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LG LAC-M8600R Owner's manual
LAC-M8600_ENG
CAR CD/MP3/WMA Receiver
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LAC-M8600
Please read this instruction booklet
before
connecting, operating
or
carefully and completely
adjusting this product.
Safety
note
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT SPLIT
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
COVER(OR BACK)
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The
flash with arrowhead
lightning
intended to alert the
voltage
to constitute
a
an
equilateral triangle
Always operate
an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
literature accompanying the appliance.
point
within
the vehicle in
Do not become distracted
aware
of all
driving
in
over
Do not
use
a
a
safe
manner.
the vehicle while
by
condition. Do not
safe and
legal
manner
for many hours at
driving, and always be fully
change settings, or any functions.
before attempting such operations.
extremely
low
or
high temperature.
(-10~60°C)
To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do
not
remove
this
product. There are no user-serviceable parts
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
To reduce the risk of fire
dripping
Due to
or
CAUTION
:
or
electric
splashing water, rain,
high temperature
installed in
shock, do
or
the
cover or
back of
inside.
not expose this
product
to
moisture.
outside of the
unit, please
use
the unit
only
a car.
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
CAUTION
To
is
to the presence of
instructions in the
Pull
within
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation
user
symbol,
about the presence of uninsulated dangerous
within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
user
:
This
product
uses a
Laser
System.
proper use of this product, please read this owner's manual carefully
and retain it for future reference. Should the unit require maintenance, contact an
ensure
authorized service center.
Performing controls, adjustments, or carrying out procedures
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To
other than those
prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
2
Safety
?
A defective
or
soiled disc inserted into unit
can cause
note
sound to
drop
out
during playback.
?
Handle the disc
?
Do not touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc.
by holding
Do not stick paper
or
tape
its inner and outer
etc.
8cm
This unit cannot be
In
for
?
a
inserting
long
time with
a
Never
cleaning
use
or
excessive heat.
operated by 8cm disc (using
by mistake of user,
the front panel opened.
playback. Wipe
12cm disc
only).
press the EJECT button
the disc from the center outward
cloth.
solvents such
Periodically wipe
sunlight
8cm disc
Clean the disc before
with
?
of
case
the surface.
on
Do not expose the disc to direct
edges.
as
the contacts
benzine
on
or
alcohol to clean the disc.
the back of the front
panel
with
a
cotton
swap moistened with alcohol.
Bluetooth
wireless
technology
is
between electronic devices within
Connecting
system which allows radio
contact
range of 10 meters.
individual devices under Bluetooth
wireless technology does
not incur any
technology
a
charges. A mobile phone with Bluetooth wireless
be operated via the Cascade if the connection was
wireless technology.
can
via Bluetooth
a max.
3
made
Table of contents
Safetynote............................................2-3
Tableofcontents.........................................4
Beforeuse.............................................5
Frontpanel.............................................6
Remotecontrol..........................................7
Installation..............................................8
Connectiondiagram.......................................9
Connection.............................................10
Basicoperation.......................................11-14
Bluetoothoperation....................................15-19
Radiooperation.........................................20
CD/MP3/WMAoperation................................21-22
Troubleshooting........................................23
Specifications..........................................24
4
Before
Detachable front
The front
1
2
3
4
panel
of this unit
panel
use
can
be detached to
prevent theft.
2
Press the
(RELEASE) to open the front panel.
Hold the left part the front panel.
Pull the front panel.
Place the front panel in the supplied protective case.
3
4
Front
panel
Protective Case
Attachable front
The front
1
2
Align
push
panel
of this unit
panel
right
the
can
be detached to
prevent theft.
side of the
the left side
or
panel with stopper.
panel into the unit until clicks.
Notes
?
When
the
?
detaching or attaching the
display or control buttons.
front
panel,
do not press
The control buttons may not work properly if the front panel
is not attached properly. If this occurs, gently press the front
panel.
?
Do not leave the front
temperatures
?
Do not
drop
or
direct
the front
panel in any
sunlight.
panel
or
area
otherwise
exposed
subject
to
it to
high
strong
impact.
?
Do not allow such volatile
insecticides to
come
agents
as
benzine, thinner,
panel.
?
Do not
try
or
into contact with the surface of the front
to disassemble the front
panel.
5
1
2
Front Panel
12
3
18
4 5
17
6
16
15
7
8
14131211
1
POWER
2
?
VOLUME
?
SELECT
11
?
MENU
12 REPEAT [RPT]
[PWR
/
9
MUTE]
[IMAGE]
10 PRESET STATION [1~6]
[VOL]
SHUFFLE
[SHF]
13 INTRO SCAN [SCAN]
?SKIP?mM?/SEARCHmM
14 PLAY/PAUSE B/X
?
SEEK/ TUNE
?
MP3 TRACK +10/-10
?
FOLDER UP/DOWN
?
PRESET SCAN
MP3
MP3
15 [BAND/END]
WMA
16
WMA
[PS]
3
MICROPHONE
4
SOURCE
5
REMOTE SENSOR
6
EQUALIZER
7
DISPLAY WINDOW
8
?EJECTZ
?
10
?
?
AUTO STORE
17 [SEND]
[MIC]
18 RELEASE
[SRC]
[EQ/WOW/XDSS]
[TILT]
6
[AS]
PRESET SCAN
[PS]
9
Remote control
1
POWER
2
SELECTION
3
SOURCE
4
PLAY / PAUSE B/X
[SRC]
INTRO SCAN
6
SHUFFLE
7
?
8
9
1
[MENU/SEL]
5
?
/ MUTE
[PWR]
2
[SCAN]
11
4
[SHF]
MP3 TRACK +10
FOLDER UP
U
MP3
MP3
5
WMA
6
WMA
13
7
?SEEK/TUNE?mm
8
14
9
15
[BAND]
NUMBER
/ DOWN
16
[#]
12 REPEAT [RPT]
13 NUMBER [0 -9]
14?CDSKIP/SEARCHMM?
?SEEK/TUNEMM?
15 DISPLAY [DISP.]
16
12
?CDSKIP/SEARCH?mm
10 VOLUME UP
11
10
3
?
?
MP3 TRACK -10
FOLDER DOWN
Battery
MP3
u
WMA
MP3
WMA
installation
1
Remove the
2
Install the
battery holder with a pencil or ball point pen.
battery on the battery holder.
battery holder back into its original position.
3
Install the
Notes
?
Use
?
Remove the
only
one
long period
CR2025
battery
lithium
battery.
of time.
?
Do not leave the
?
Do not handle the
?
Do not store the
?
In the event of
completely
(3V)
if the remote control is not used for
product
battery
battery
in
a
hot
or
humid
place.
with metallic tools.
with metallic materials.
battery leakage, wipe the remote
a new battery.
clean and install
7
control
a
Installation
Basic Installation
Before
Bend the claws
according
to
remove
sure
that the
the terminal of the
ignition-switch is set
battery to avoid
to
car
short-circuiting.
the thickness
of the
dashboard
Front
make
installing,
OFF and
1
Remove the
2
3
Make the necessary connections.
Install the installation sleeve.
4
Install the unit into the installation sleeve.
existing
receiver unit.
panel
Removing
If there is
A
A
the
already
existing
the
dashboard, it
1
Remove the
2
Remove the front
3
Insert the lever
Perform the
receiver unit.
installation sleeve for the receiver unit in
an
must be removed.
support from the unit.
rear
A
panel
and trim
into the hole
ring
operation on the
mounting sleeve.
same
unit out from the
from the unit.
on one
side of the unit.
other side and
pull
the
ISO-DIN Installation
1
Install
3
Slide the unit and frame into dash
4
Install the dash
5
6
Front
Slide the unit into the ISO-DIN frame.
2
screws
removed from the old unit.
opening.
panel or adapter plate.
Install the trim ring to unit.
Install the faceplate by fitting right edge into position
pushing left edge closed.
panel
8
then
Connection
Before
connecting,
make
that the
sure
switch is set to
ignition
diagram
OFF, and
remove
the
battery #
terminal to avoid short circuits.
B
A
PHONE MUTE
(ORANGE)
GROUND(-) (BLACK)
DIMMER
(PINK)
TO IGNITION
DIMMER SWITCH
(RED)
IGNITION SWITCH
TO
BATTERY(+) (YELLOW)
POWER ANTENNA
(BLUE)
AMPLIFIER
BATTERY
(Optional)
REMOTE ON
(BLUE/WHITE)
POWER
ANT
CONTROL RELAY
1. WHITE FL+
2. WHITE/BLACK STRIPE FL3. GRAY FR+
4. GRAY/ BLACK STRIPE FR5. GREEN RL+
6. GREEN/ BLACK STRIPE RL7. VIOLET RR+
8. VIOLET/ BLACK STRIPE RR-
9
C
Connection
C
Speaker
8
7
Connections
6
5
4
3
2
A
B
From antenna
To the
wiring
of the vehicle colors of leads.
1
?
BLACK
:
This lead is for the
?
ORANGE
:
This lead is for the
?
PINK
:
This lead is for the dimmer line
ground
phone
connection.
line connection.
connection.
?
L
RED
:
YELLOW
:
This lead is for connection to the power
supply terminal when the ignition switch is
set to ACC.
FRONT
?
This lead is for connection to the
(back-up) terminal
always supplied.
R
BLUE
?
:
battery
from which power is
This lead is for the power antenna
connection.
BLUE/WHITE
?
L
:
This lead is for the remote
amplifier
on
connection.
REAR
R
Connecting
?
to
Auxiliary Equipment (Optional)
Connect the AUDIO INPUT connector of this unit to the
AUDIO OUTPUT connector of the
?
AUDIO IN
RR
RL
FR
AUX OUTPUT connector of the
AUX
FL
RL
Auxiliary
Amplifier.
Connect the AUX INPUT connector of this unit to the
Device
Amplifier
10
Auxiliary Equipment.
Basic
Turning
the unit
operation
on
Press the PWR/MUTE
(POWER/MUTE
on
the remote
control)
or
any other button.
Note
When you insert the CD in the CD
Turning
slot, the unit
turns
on.
the unit off
Press and hold the PWR/MUTE
(POWER/MUTE
on
the remote control for
more
than 1.2
seconds.)
Insert
a
disc
Press the Z/TILT to open the front panel.
Draws the disc, and starts playback automatically.
1
2
Eject
a
disc
Press the Z/TILT to open the front panel. The disc automatically ejects from the loading slot.
When the disc is ejected by pressing Z/TILT during playback, it will be loaded automatically
after 10 seconds unless you
Selecting
pull
out disc from the unit.
a source
The indicator
Press the SRC
repeatedly to select a source.
lights up in the following order. TUNER
Adjusting
the volume
Rotate the VOL./MULTI
(Press
VOLUME
on
→
CD
→
the remote
AUX
→
control)
TUNER...
to
adjust
the sound
level.
Note
When you turn the unit off, the current volume level is automatically memorized. Whenever
you turn the unit back on, it will operate at the memorized volume level.
Mute
1
Press the PWR/MUTE
2To cancel
Checking
the clock
You
the clock
can see
(POWER/MUTE
on
the remote
control)
to cut the sound.
it, press again.
pressing
the IMAGE/DISP
11
(DISP.
on
the remote
control).
Basic
Changing
operation
the monitor
angle
Press and hold the Z/TILT to
adjust the front panel to an easily viewable angle.
angle of front panel can be adjusted up to 3 steps.
The adjusted the LCD panel angle will be memorized and the monitor panel will
automatically return to this angle the next time the monitor panel is opened.
The
?
?
the
Setting
menu
Press and hold the VOL./MULTI
1
The
menu screen
Beep
2
y
ECM
(MENU/SEL
on
remote
control)
for about 1 second.
appears.
Clock y SRS focus
y
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up or down to scroll between
the Uu on the remote control.)
menus.
(Press
3
Push the VOL./MULTI toward left
(Press
4
the ?m m/M M?
Press the VOL./MULTI
SRS focus
shortly
or
right
to select the
the remote
control.)
to exit main
screen.
on
Set the SRS focus
settings
of your choose.
quality.
(HIGH/LOW)
Beep
(2ND/ALL)
Set the
?
?
Clock
beep
2ND mode
ALL mode
sound every time a button is pressed.
: The beep is only generated when a key is
:
pressed (1 sec)
The beep is generated
when any
key
is
long
pressed.
Setthecurrenttime.:upv/downV/leftb/rightB
Push the the VOL/MULTI (Press ?m m M M? on the remote
control) in left or right direction on the menu screen to move to the
?
next
?
or
ECM
(Echo Cancellation
Mode)
stage.
Push the the VOL/MULTI
down direction
on
the
(Press
menu
to
Uu on
move
the remote
control)
in up
to the desired number.
It is to decrease any echo phenomenon of voice coming from the
phone of the other party when working Bluetooth.
Bluetooth
Control the
the
mode(1-3)
to the
phone.
12
appropriate
condition when
talking
over
Basic
the EQ
Using
(Equalizer)
The
equalizer lets you adjust the
the car's interiors desired.
equalization
Press the EQ/WOW/XDSS
repeatedly.
POP
t
Classic
t
USER2
t
t
ROCK
The indicator
JAZZt VOCAL
POP
:
?
Classic
:
?
ROCK
:
?
JAZZ
:
Sweet sound with soft
?
VOCAL
:
Powerful realism with
?
SALSA
:
?
SAMBA
:
Reproduces
Reproduces
?
USER1
:
Use the
menu
?
USER2
:
Use the
menu
t
lights
SALSA
up in the
t
SAMBAt USER1
Optimized
Optimized
Optimized
for
t
R&B, Soul and Country music.
for orchestral music.
for Hard Rock and
Heavy
Metal music.
feeling.
strong sound quality.
salsa music acoustics.
samba music acoustics.
to set the sound level you want.
to set the sound level you want.
adjust each sound level to your preference. Once you select
adjustment, it automatically stored for the currently selected
"Adjusting the sound level" on page 13.
See
order.
following
can
make
an
Adjusting
1
to match the acoustic characteristics of
OFF
?
You
operation
a
USER mode and then
USER mode.
the sound level
Press the VOL./MULTI
(MENU/SEL
on
the remote
control) repeatedly
to select the mode
you want to adjust from volume, equalizer, balance and fader.
The indicator lights up in the following order.
VOLtEQtBALtFADtMIC
2
Rotate the VOL./MULTI
(Press
VOLUME
on
the remote
control)
to
adjust
the sound
quality.
Turn
Turn left
right
VOL
Increase the volume level.
Decrease the volume level.
EQ
Increase the
Decrease the
BAL
Decrease the level of the
right speaker(s).
FAD
Decrease the level of the
rear
MIC
Increase the
level.
equalizer
level.
microphone
Push the VOL./MULTI toward left
(Press
or
speaker(s).
equalizer
level.
Decrease the level of the left
speaker(s).
Decrease the level of the front
Decrease the
microphone
speaker(s).
level.
right to move the next stage.
control) : EQ setting
?m m/M M? on the remote
Note
Normally
the function work
level when is
using
the EQ
as
sound level
(POP, Classic,
control, So you can not select EQ to adjust the EQ
ROCK JAZZ, VOCAL, SALSA, SAMBA) mode.
13
Basic
operation
XDSS/XDSS+ (Extreme
Press the EQ/WOW/XDSS
XDSS
t
XDSS+
XDSS/XDSS+
SRS
t
By
Improve
:
(Sound
Dynamic Sound System)
repeatedly
to select XDSS
or
XDSS+
pass
the
treble, bass sound.
Retrieval
System)
Press and hold the EQ/WOW/XDSS to select SRS.
1
SRS
(FOCUS
t
TRU BASS
Press the EQ/WOW/XDSS
2
?
FOCUS
:
?
TRUBASS
:
?
3D-STEREO
:
?
WOW
:
t
3D-STEREO
repeatedly
t
WOW)
t
By
pass
to select sub SRS.
Improve the resolution sound.
Improve the bass sound to make spectacular.
Enjoy the 3D surround effect.
Enjoy the SRS and TruBass simultaneously.
Notes
is
?
?
WOW
?You
can
Using
a
trademark of the SRS
technology
not
use
is
incorporated
EQ function when is
can
using
Labs, Inc.
the SRS function.
the IMAGE
Press the IMAGE/DISP
You
Labs, Inc.
under license of the SRS
select
one
repeatedly
to select the
background you want in the display window.
displays the change of sound output during
of 10 modes. It visualizes and
play.
14
Bluetooth
Bluetooth wireless connection
Using
a
Your unit
supports Bluetooth wireless connections. You
a
wireless link with Bluetooth
Starting
operation
Bluetooth
on
can
set up
phone.
phone
your
Your
phone's Bluetooth feature may be set to off by default.
To use your car Bluetooth feature, Bluetooth must be turned
in
on
phone.
your
Note
Refer to your
phone's
Pairing your
user
guide.
unit and Bluetooth
phone
Pairing links your unit and Bluetooth phone, and is required only once for the initial setup.
Before you start the pairing procedure, make sure the Bluetooth feature is turned on in to
your Bluetooth
1
phone.
Refer to your Bluetooth
connection may operate depending
Handsfree t Headset t OFF (No
2
If your Bluetooth phone does not
headset connection.
The
user
guide.
on
the
or
headset
type of the phone.
display)
support the handsfree connection, then initiate the
indicator flashes.
3
Set the Bluetooth
4
When the Bluetooth
5
The Bluetooth
phone to look for your unit.
phone displays the device name, select the device.
phone displays the PIN code enter screen, enter the PIN
LG CAR AUDIO PIN CODE
6
phone's
Press and hold the SEND to connect your Bluetooth phone.
If connecting through a Bluetooth phone, the hands-free connection
When your unit
:
code.
1234
successfully paired
with your Bluetooth
phone,
the
flashing
of indicator
stops.
Notes
?Your
can
?
unit
keeps
lists of
pairing
you
recently
connected. A maximum of 4
pairing
numbers
be saved.
The Bluetooth
phone which has a previous record showing that it has successfully connectautomatically start the connecting process when starting a car.
Unlike the hands-free functionality, Headset connection will allow only two functions
"answering calls" and "making a call from the latest call".
Also the caller's number is not displayed when answering calls.
ed will
?
Bluetooth
phone
If the Bluetooth
phone
"Connecting" displays
not
yet connected
has not been connected when you
on the screen.
15
try
to call up
telephone mode,
the
Bluetooth
and
Answering
Your
Ending
unit, Bluetooth phone,
call
a
both may
or
when you receive
ring
a
call, press the SEND
to
call.
answer a
To end
operation
call, press the BAND/END.
a
Rejecting
call
a
When your unit rings, press the BAND/END.
If "Rejecting" function unusable, then the phone connected to the device does not
calls
rejecting
support the
functionality.
Missed call notification
When
call is not
incoming
an
answered, the missed call message is displayed
on
the your
screen.
1
The
2
Press the SEND button to
"Missing
Call"
3To end the call and
the
Setting
the
screen.
answer
the call.
displays
hang
on
up the
phone,
press the BAND/END button.
menu
Once your unit and Bluetooth phone are paired, your phone automatically connects to the unit
when you turn it on the next time. To confirm your unit and Bluetooth phone are successfully
paired
1
and
3
make call.
If your Bluetooth phone is already connected to
The menu screen appears.
Dial
2
operating property,
preset
t
Dial last answered?
t
a
unit, press the SEND.
Dial last call?
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up or down to select the
Press the SEND to enter the your choose.
Making
Your
a
call from the latest call
:
menu.
Dial last call?
lists of your recently received and dialed
connected. The lists are sorted from newest to oldest entries.
phone keeps
Your unit
keeps
a
recorded of your recently received and dialed
place a call to entered phone number.
even
on
if the calls did not
phone.
Press the SEND to
There is
case
that
sending
is done
by pressing
the SEND button for
a
long
time
depending
type of mobile phone. (For basic setting, press the SEND button shortly.)
The "Call Last Call"
displays
on
the
screen.
Note
When you want to make an international call, push the VOL./MULTI toward up to add
Push the VOL./MULTI toward down to deletes +.
+ can
only
be added when the detail list of Missed
selected.
16
call, Dialled call
or
Received call is
+.
on
Bluetooth
Dial
using
Your unit
a
keeps
number from the list : Dial last answered?
record of your recently received and display.
a
1
Press the SEND.
2
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up
Press the SEND.
3
operation
The "Last answered" and number
4
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up
(Or press one of the number 1
5
Press the SEND to
down to select the "Dial last answered?"
or
displays
on
the
menu.
screen.
down to scroll between numbers.
or
6.)
~
place
a
call to entered
phone
number.
Note
When you want to make an international call,
Push the VOL./MULTI toward down to delete
Storing
You
can
call number
a
easily
:
the VOL./MULTI toward up to add
+.
Dial Preset?
store up to 6 internal entries for later recall at the touch of
1
Press the SEND.
2
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up
Press the SEND.
3
push
+.
The "Last answered" and number
or
a
button.
down to select the "Dial last answered?"
displays
on
the
menu.
screen.
When you want to save an international call, push the VOL./MULTI toward up to add
Push the VOL./MULTI toward down to deletes +
4
5
Press and hold the SEND.
Push the VOL./MULTI toward up
6.
number 1
6
+.
or
down to scroll between numbers
or
press
one
of the
~
Press the SEND.
The selected number has been stored in memory.
(Or press and hold one of the number 1 6.)
~
7
Repeat steps
The next
1 and 4 to
save
time, you press the
other calls.
same
number 1
6, the number is recalled from the
~
memory.
Echo
canceling
When you
are
doing
and noise reduction
hands-free
phoning
in the
vehicle, you may hear undesired echo.
This function reduces the undesired echo and noise while you
and maintain a certain sound quality.
Please
see
are
doing
hands-free
phoning,
page 12 for detail.
Note
After
setting
ECM
function,
ensure
to
separate Car Audio Front Panel and
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mount it
again.
Bluetooth
Pairing your
operation
unit and Bluetooth device
(MP3 Player, MP3 Phone...)
When you activate your Bluetooth device's linked the
connections.
unit, you
can
listen to MP3 with wireless
Press and hold the SEND to connect your Bluetooth device.
If connecting through a Bluetooth device, the hands-free connection
1
connection may operate depending
Handsfree t Headset t OFF (No
If your Bluetooth device does not
headset connection.
2
The
on
the
or
headset
type of the phone.
display)
support the handsfree connection, then initiate the
indicator flashes.
5
Set the Bluetooth device to look for your unit.
When the Bluetooth device displays the device name, select the device.
The Bluetooth device displays the PIN code enter screen, enter the PIN code.
6
When your unit
3
4
LG CAR AUDIO PIN CODE
:
1234
successfully paired
with your Bluetooth
device, the flashing of indicator
stops.
Playing
MP3 files
When you turn Bluetooth on, your Bluetooth device display "Bluetooth" in the home
The Bluetooth remains on until you press turn the device off.
Press the SRC repeatedly to select a Bluetooth.
The indicator
TUNER
To
play
→
screen.
up in the following order.
AUX → BLUETOOTH → TUNER...
lights
CD
→
MP3 file stored
on
your Bluetooth device, refer to your Bluetooth device's
user
guide.
Notes
?
This
?
In order to
function, which
cannot be used in device that it is
Bluetooth
-
-
-
-
?
no
MP3 function.
technology, devices must be able to interpret certain profiles.
This unit is compatible with following profiles.
GAP (Generic Access Profile)
HSP (Hands Set Profile)
HFP (Hands Free Profile)
GAVDP (Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile)
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVDTP (Audio/Video Distribution Transport Profile)
AVRCP (Audio/Video Distribution Remote Control Profile)
When recording the keywords and magic word, park your vehicle in a quiet place with the
use
windows closed and the heater/air conditioner off.
This is necessary to obtain
a
higher recognition
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rate.
Bluetooth
operation
GAP
GAP is short for Generic Access Profile. This is
a
basic
of Bluetooth wireless
profile
technology.
HFP
HFP is short for Hands-Free Profile. This
devices
featuring
profile
technology.
Bluetooth wireless
is used for hands-free
with the
phoning
HSP
HSP is short for Head Set Profile. This
communication terminal wireless
is used for
profile
technology.
connecting
headset and
GAVDP
This
profile uses an Initiator (INT)a device (such as a portable player) that initiates a
signalling procedure to send a request to an Acceptor (ACP), such as headphones etc.
Although this profile specifies signalling transaction procedures between two devices to set
up, terminate and reconfigure streaming channels, using to use the GAVDP alone; it is
required to use GAVDP in combination with profiles that depend on this profile the AVRCP
-
-
and the VDP.
A2DP
Mobile
phones and devices with A2DP high quality stereo bluetooth profile.
profile is based on the GAVDP, and allows advanced audio to be transmitted (audio
streaming) from a Source (SRK) such as a CD player, to a Sink (SNK), such as headphones.
This
-
AVRCP
Based
on
sends
a
the GAP
Profile, it
command to
Play, record,
colour
a
uses a
Target (TG)
Controller
-
(CT) PDA, computer mobile phone etc., that
TV, discman, headphone etc. The command can be to
-
control, volume control etc., depending
involved and the scenario. The commands
on
the nature of the devices
transported by a new additional protocol,
called the Audio/Video Control Transport Protocol (AVCTP). Some scenarios defined are
Remote Control from a Separate Controller, Remote Control and Audio Stream Between
are
Devices, Remote Controller with LCD.
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Two
Radio
Listening
1
2
3
operation
to radio stations
Press the SRC to select the radio.
Press the BAND/END
The indicator
lights
Seek
:
to select
repeatedly
up in the
following
band.
a
order. FM1
FM2
FM3
MW(AM)
tuning
right. (Press
the remote control.) The tuner will scan the frequencies until a broadcast with strong
enough reception is found.
Manual tuning : Push the VOL./MULTI repeatedly toward up or down.
(Press the ?m m/M M? on the remote control for more than 2 seconds and then
repeatedly.) The frequencies move up or down step by step.
Push the VOL./MULTI toward left
t
t
t
the ?m m M M?
or
on
Auto search memory
This function lets you
1
2
automatically
store the 6
strongest broadcast frequencies.
Press the SRC to select the tuner.
Press and hold the AS/PS for
more
than 1 second.
starts from the
Scanning
when 6 stations have
currently displayed frequency to higher frequencies and stops
been preset or the receivable frequencies have been scanned
once.
and
Storing
You
can
easily
recalling
broadcast
store up to 6 broadcast
frequencies
for later recall at the touch of
frequencies
a
button.
1
Select the desired
2
Press
one
of the
frequency.
preset station 1
6 for
~
more
than 1 second.
The number you have pressed will flash in the preset number indicator and then remain
lit. The selected radio station frequency has been stored in memory.
3
1 and 2 to preset other stations.
time, you press the same preset station 1
Repeat steps
The next
6, the radio station frequency is
~
recalled from the memory.
Note
As
FM1, FM2, FM3 have the same frequency range, up to 18 stations can be preset for FM.
a station is preset on the preset station button on which another station of the same
band has already been preset, the previously preset station is automatically erased.
When
To
scan
the
preset stations
Press the AS/PS. To
To tune in the
stop the scanning, press the AS/PS.
preset stations
Press the BAND/END to select the desired band and press the desired number (1-6).
The number of the preset station 1
6 is displayed and the preset station is received.
~
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CD/MP3/WMA
Playing
an
operation
Audio CD and MP3/WMA Disc
The unit
can play MP3/WMA formatted recordings on CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW discs.
playing MP3/WMA recordings, read the notes on MP3/WMA Recordings on page 24.
If you change the source, CD play also stops (without ejecting the CD). Next time you select
"CD" as the source, CD play starts from where playback has been stopped previously.
Before
To
directly play
a
file, press NUMBER (#)
remote control and then press the track
on
number with 0-9 number.
Pause
1
Press B/X
2To return to
during playback.
playback, press
B/X
again.
to another track
Moving
Push the VOL./MULTI toward left
return the
beginning
or
right during playback to select the next track or
(Press the ?m m/M M? on the remote
to
of the current track.
control.)
Push the VOL./MULTI toward left to select the
remote
previous
track.
(Press
the ?m m
on
the
control.)
(If playing
times is less then 4
seconds, there is
no
operation.)
Search
Push the VOL./MULTI knob
M? on remote
about 1 second
release at the
Intro
1
(?m m/M
during playback and then
control) in left or right
point you want.
scan
Press the SCAN.
The FOLDER SCAN appears in the display window.
(The first 10 seconds of each files in the current selected folder
The SCAN ALL appears in the display window.
(The first 10 seconds of each files on the disc are
Press and hold SCAN for about 1 seconds
Press the SCAN
the disc
on
are
played.)
during playback.
The SCAN ALL appears in the display window.
(The first 10 seconds of each files on the disc are
2
played.)
again.
The SCAN OFF appears in the
display
window.
(The
intro
scan
is
cancelled.)
Repeat
1
Press the RPT
during playback.
The 1 RPT appears in the display window.
(The current selected music on the disc is
played repeatedly.)
Press and hold RPT for about 1 seconds
during playback.
The FOLDER RPT appears in the display window.
(The current selected folder on the disc is played repeatedly.)
2
direction for
Press the RPT
again.
The RPT OFF appears in the
display
window.
(The repeat
21
mode is
cancelled.)
played.)
CD/MP3/WMA
operation
Random
Press the SHF
1
during playback.
The FOLDER SHF appears in the display window.
(The current selected folder on the disc is played randomly.)
The SHF ALL appears in the display window.
(All of the music on the disc is played randomly.)
Press and hold the SHF for about 1 seconds
during playback.
The SHF ALL appears in the display window.
(All of the music on the disc is played randomly.)
Press the SHF
2
again.
The SHF OFF appears in the display window.
(The random playback is cancelled.)
Note
During
random
toward the
playback,
if you
push
left, you won't go back
the VOL./MULTI
to the
previous
(press
the ?m m
on
remote
control)
track.
CD TEXT / ID3 TAG
When
playing
a
disc
containing information,
can see
you
the information CD TEXT/ID3 TAG
information.
In
a
CD
TEXT,
ID3
TAG,
some
information about the disc
(disc title, performer
and track
title)
is recod-
ed.
In
a
some
information about the file
(album title,
Performer name, song
title,
year, music genre and a brief comment )is recoded.
If there is no information, "NO TEXT" will be shown in the display window.
recording
Press the IMAGE/DISP
repeatedly during
MP3/WMA/CD TEXT file
MP3/WMA TRACK -10/+10
the VOL./MULTI
(If
the
there is
u on
no
remote
playback.
folder
or one
During playback, push
(press
control)
skip to the previous 10 track, and push the VOL./MULTI (press the U on
toward the up to skip to the next 10 track.
MP3/WMA FOLDER UP/DOWN
(If
there
folder.)
toward the down to
remote
are more
control)
than two
folders.)
During playback, push the VOL./MULTI (press the u on remote control) toward the down to
go to the previous folder, and push the VOL./MULTI (press the U on remote control) toward
the up to go to the next folder.
Note
Time
some
display appearing
on
the
display part when playing VBR file may vary and
(both progress time and VBR are displayed at
difference from actual time
time when
playing file).
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there may be
the
same
Troubleshooting
Cause
Symptom
Power doesn't
turn
properly
on.
The unit doesn't
Correction
Leads and connectors
are
not
connected.
Confirm
once more
connections
The fuse is blown.
Rectify
the
it. Be very
that all
correct.
that caused
problem
the fuse to
operate.
are
blow, and then replace
sure
to install the
correct fuse with the
Noise and other factors
are
same
Turn the unit off and then
rate.
on.
causing the built-in
microprocessor to operate
incorrectly.
Playback
possible.
is not
The disc is
Clean disc.
dirty.
The loaded disc is of
a
type this
unit cannot
play.
No sound is
Cables
not connected
heard.
correctly.
are
Check what
type the disc.
Connect the cables
correctly.
The volume
level will not
rise.
There's
no
The volume level is low.
Adjust
the volume.
This unit is not
Secure this unit
sound.
There's audio
firmly
secured.
firmly.
skipping.
The unit does
not
operate
correctly
even
Battery power is low.
operations are prohibited
Some
with certain discs.
when the
appropriate
remote control
buttons
are
pressed.
23
Load
battery.
using another
new
Check
disc.
Specfications
MP3/WMA Disc
1.
compatibility with this unit is limited
/ 8
48kHz
22.05
Sampling Frequency
(MP3)
Bit rate / within 8 320kbps (include VBR) (MP3)
3.
CD-R/CD-RW file
4.
If you record MP3/WMA files
"Direct-CD" etc., it will not be
-
-
"Easy-CD
as
follows:
48kHz
2.
-
(WMA)
-320kbps (WMA)
32
system should be "ISO 9660"
using software which
possible to playback
Creator" which creates
Customers should also note that
ISO9660 file
an
cannot create
a
FILE
SYSTEM, for example
MP3/WMA files. We recommend that you
use
system.
in order to download MP3/WMA files and
permission is required
music from the Internet.
Our company has no right to grant such permission.
Permission should always be sought from the copyright
owner.
GENERAL
OutputPower..............................................50Wx4CH(Max.)
PowerSource......................................................DC12V
Speakerimpedance.....................................................4Ω
GroundSystem....................................................Negative
Dimensions(WxHxD).
.180x51x171mm(WithoutFrontPanel)
NetWeight..........................................................2.0kg
.
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CD SELECTION
FrequencyResponse............................................20Hz-20kHz
S/NRatio...........................................................95dB
Distortion............................................................0.1%
ChannelSeparation(1kHz).............................................70dB
RADIO SELECTION
FM
FrequencyRange....................................87.5-107.9or87.5-108MHz
S/NRatio...........................................................55dB
Distortion...........................................................0.7%
UsableSensitivity..................................................12dBμV
AM
(MW)
FrequencyRange.....................................520-1720or522-1620kHz
S/NRatio...........................................................45dB
Distortion............................................................1.0%
UsableSensitivity..................................................28dBμV
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Mobile
phone
list and
manufacturing
company
applicable
Company
list
Company
list
Nokia
8910i
LG
LG KG800
Nokia
6021
LG
LG KU730
Nokia
3230
LG
U8210
Nokia
3650
LG
KP-4000
Nokia
6210i
Motorola
E1000
Nokia
6310i
Motorola
V600
Nokia
6230
Motorola
V3
Nokia
6230i
Motorola
L6
Nokia
6260
Motorola
E1
Nokia
6600
Motorola
A1000
Nokia
9500
6630
Nokia
6680
Nokia
6681
Nokia
N70-1
Nokia
8800
Nokia
8801
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
SGH-D500
SGH-D600
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
Sony-Ericsson
T68i
Nokia
SGH-Z500
QteK
9090
SGH-Z500V
QteK
9100
SGH-E770
QteK imate
8100
SCH-V720
imate
K2
SPH-E3700
QteK imate
8020
SCH-A900
QteK imate
JASJAR
SPH-V6900
HP
6515
SPH-V7450
Siemens
S55
SPH-V7400
Siemens
SL75
SPH-X7700
Siemens
M75
SPH-M600
Panasonic
X70
SGH-E730
O2
XDA2 Mini
SGH-E720
O2
XDA2 I
LG
KF-1000
Palmone
Treo 650
LG
LP-3900
Blackberry
7290
LG
P7200
Toshiba
A5504T
LG
S5200
SAZEM
myX6-2
LG
U8290
SGH-D508
25
razor
T610
K600i
K700i
S700i
V600
K750i
W550i
W800i
P910i
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