LG | MAX420IP | LG MAX420IP Owner’s Manual

ENGLISH
OWNER’S MANUAL
DIGITAL MEDIA RECEIVER
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
Please make sure to check the manual before installation (page 8 to 9).
MAX420IP
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Getting Started
Safety Information
CAUTION
1
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
or any functions. Pull over in a safe and
legal manner before attempting such
operations.
Do not use for many hours
at extremely low or high
temperature. (-10 °C to 60 °C)
Getting Started
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not remove the cover
or back of this product. There
are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
This lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol within
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, do not expose this
product to dripping or splashing
water, rain, or moisture.
The exclamation point within
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to
the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment
in a confined space such as a book case or
similar unit.
Always operate the vehicle in
a safe manner. Do not become
distracted by the vehicle while
driving, and always be fully aware of all
driving condition. Do not change settings,
The temperature of unit’s outside
can be extremely high, please use
the unit after proper installation
in your vehicle.
While driving, keep the sound
volume at a proper level.
Do not drop it and avoid heavy
impacts at anytime.
This unit is for vehicles with a
12-volt battery and negative
grounding. Before installing it in
a recreational vehicle, lorry or bus, check
the battery voltage. To avoid shorts in the
electrical system, be sure to disconnect
the E battery cable before beginning the
installation.
This device is equipped with a portable
battery or accumulator.
Disposal of waste batteries/
accumulators
Safe way to remove the battery or the
battery from the equipment:
1. When this crossed-out
wheeled bin symbol is attached
to batteries/accumulators of Your
product it means they are covered by
European Directive 2006/66/EC.
Remove the old battery or battery pack,
follow the steps in reverse order than the
assembly. To prevent contamination of
the environment and bring on possible
threat to human and animal health, the
old battery or the battery put it in the
appropriate container at designated
collection points. Do not dispose of
batteries or battery together with other
waste. It is recommended that you
use local, free reimbursement systems
batteries and accumulators.
The battery shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like.
2. This symbol may be combined with
chemical symbols for mercury(Hg),
cadmium(Cd) or lead(Pb) if the battery
Contains more that 0.0005% of
mercury,0.002% of cadmium or 0.004% of
lead.
3. All batteries/accumulators should be
disposed separately from the municipal
waste stream via designated collection
facilities appointed by the government or
the local authorities.
4. The correct disposal of Your old
batteries/accumulators will help to
prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment, animal and human
health.
5. For more detailed information
about disposal of Your old batteries/
accumulators, please contact Your city
office, waste disposal service or the shop
where You purchased the product.
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Disposal of your old appliance
1.When this crossed-out wheeled
bin symbol is attached to a
product it means the product
is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products
shall be disposed of separately from the
municipal waste stream via designated
collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old
appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about
disposal of your old appliance, please
contact your city office, waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Table of Contents
1
Getting Started
2
4
5
5
Safety Information
Front panel
Remote control
– Battery Installation
2
Connecting
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6
6
Installation
– Basic Installation
– Removing the existing
receiver unit
– ISO-DIN Installation
About detachable control
panel
Connection
– Connecting to a car
– Making the Terminal
Connections
– How to install your car
speaker system
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LG Electronics hereby declares that this/
these product(s) is/are in compliance
with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 2004/108/
EC, 2006/95/EC and 2009/125/EC.
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European Standards Centre:
Krijgsman 1, 1186 DM Amstelveen The
Netherlands
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 Please note that this is NOT a Customer
Service contact point. For Customer
Service Information, see Warranty
Card or contact the dealer that you
purchased this product.
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Operating
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Operation
– Basic operations
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– Turning off the sound
temporarily
– Checking the clock
– Turning off the display light
– Using the sound effect
– Resetting the unit
– Adjusting the general
settings
Listening to music from an
external device
– Preventing radical changes
in volume as switching
sources
Listening to the radio
– Storing desired
frequencies manually
– Listening to a preset
station
– Adjusting TUNER settings
Using an USB device
– Pausing or restarting USB
playback
– Searching for a section
within a file
– Skipping to another file
– Checking information
about your music
– Playing back files in a way
you want
– Moving to another drive
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– Quick search of a desired
file
– Playable USB device
Requirement
– Recording to USB device
Listening to music by
connecting iPod/iPhone
– Pausing or restarting
playback
– Searching for a section
within a file
– Skipping to another file
– Checking information
about your music
– Playing back files in a way
you want
– Playing back files by music
menus
– iPod/ iPhone CONTROL
MODE
– Compatible iPod / iPhone
models
4
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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Appendix
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Specifications
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2
3
4
5
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Getting Started
Front panel
1
a T
Plays or pauses playback.
• TA (Optional)
Searches stations that have TA / TP
information, when it is pressed and
held.
Getting Started
b SRC
When pressed, selects function
sources.
• OFF
When pressed and held, powers unit
off.
c Volume knob
- Adjusts volume level.
- Confirms the settings.
- Checks files or preset stations.
- Skip / Search / Seek / Tune
- List up / down
- Adjusts settings.
- Moves 10 MP3 / WMA files
backward or forward if there is no
folder or one folder on an USB.
- Moves to the previous or next
folder if there are more than 2
folders on an USB.
d
3D SOUND effect
• SOUND
Selects a sound mode.
e Remote Sensor
f Display window
g USB port
h BAND
- Selects a band in Tuner mode.
- Moves to a next USB drive.
• REC
Recording to USB.
i DISP
- Press it, you can check the clock
time.
- Press and hold it, you can turn
on/off the display window and the
light of LED buttons.
j
F
In each mode, sets playback items.
• MENU
Activates setting menu.
k 6
Opens the front panel.
l AUX input jack
Getting Started
Remote control
h c/v
Skip / Search / Seek / Tune
> Caution
Battery Installation
 Use only one CR2025 (3 V) lithium
battery.
Type 1
b FUNC
When pressed, sets playback items in
each mode.
• MENU
When pressed and held, activates
setting menu.
c BAND
Selects a band in Tuner mode.
DRV
Moves to a next USB drive.
d d/M Plays or pauses playback.
e SHF Shuffles playback.
f MUTE Temporarily stops the sound.
g VOLUME W / S
Adjusts volume level.
i DISP
- Press it, you can check the clock
time.
- Press and hold it, you can turn on/
off the display window and the light
of LED buttons.
j RPT
Repeats playback.
k INT
Intro scan.
l Numeric buttons (1 to 6)
Selects a numbered preset station in
TUNER.
 Remove the battery if the remote
control is not used for a long
period of time.
 Do not leave the product in a hot
or humid place.
 Do not handle the battery with
metallic tools.
 Do not store the battery with
metallic materials.
Type 2
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Getting Started
a SRC
When pressed, selects function
sources.
• OFF
When pressed and held, powers unit
off.
Returns to the previous step.
w/s
- List up / down
- Adjusts settings.
- Moves 10 MP3 / WMA files
backward or forward if there is no
folder or one folder on an USB.
- Moves to the previous or next
folder if there are more than 2
folders on an USB.
ENTER / LIST
- Confirms the settings.
- Checks files or preset stations.
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Connecting
Installation
Removing the existing
receiver unit
Basic Installation
If there is already an installation sleeve for
the receiver unit in the dashboard, it must
be removed.
Before installing, make sure that the
ignition-switch is set to OFF and remove
the terminal of the car battery to avoid
short-circuiting.
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Control panel
Connecting
Control panel
Remove the existing receiver unit.
Make the necessary connections.
Install the installation sleeve.
Install the unit into the installation
sleeve.
> Warning
 This product is only for car
audio. Installing this product
requires skills and experience. For
safety's sake, leave this work to
professionals.
 Do not touch the metal part of
this unit during and shortly after
the use of the unit. The metal part
become hot.
Bend the claws
according to
the thickness of
the dashboard.
1.
2.
3.
4.
ISO-DIN Installation
1. Remove the rear support from the unit.
2. Remove the control panel and trim
ring from the unit.
3. Insert the lever into the hole on one
side of the unit. Perform the same
operation on the other side and pull
the unit out from the mounting sleeve.
1. Slide the unit into the ISO-DIN frame.
2. Fit screws removed from the old unit.
3. Slide the unit and frame into the dash
opening.
4. Install the dash panel or adapter plate.
(According to models, this step may
not be needed.)
5. Install the trim ring to the unit.
6. Install the control panel to the unit.
Connecting
About detachable
control panel
Attaching the control panel
> Caution
 The control buttons may not work
properly if the control panel is not
attached properly. If this occurs,
gently press the display.
Detaching the control panel
1. Press the 6 to open the control
panel.
 Do not leave the control panel
in any area exposed to high
temperatures or direct sunlight.
 Do not drop the control panel
or otherwise subject it to strong
impact.
, Note
Periodically wipe the contacts on
the back of the control panel with a
cotton swap moistened with alcohol.
For safety, turn off the ignition before
cleaning, and remove the key from the
ignition switch.
2. Lift the control panel slightly.
3. Push the control panel to right.
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6
4. Pull the control panel out of the unit.
5. Put the detached control panel into
the protective case.
Control panel
Protective Case
Connecting
1. Align the left side of the panel with the
stopper.
2. Push the right side of panel into the
unit until it clicks.
 Do not allow such volatile agents
as benzine, thinner, or insecticides
to come into contact with the
surface of the control panel.
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Connecting
Connection
Connecting to a car
Before installing, make sure that the ignition-switch is set to OFF and remove the terminal of the car battery to avoid short-circuiting.
Wired remote input (Black): Hard-wired control adapter can be connected. (Optional)
To Audio out
To Audio in
Sub-woofer 1
Sub-woofer 2
Amplifier
2
Connecting
a b c d a b c d
e f g h e f g h
> Warning
Power supply wire
(Refer to the page 9)
Power
Antenna
Control Relay
 The power supply wires should be connected to the battery of a car
directly.
 Use a power supply wire with a fuse attached (more than 50 A).
(The power supply wire is not supplyed.)
B f Power Antenna (Blue)
B c To Ignition (Red)
 Connecting this product requires skills and experience. For safety's sake,
leave this work to professionals.
 Use a speaker with a maximum power of more than 100 W (impedance
of 4 Ω).
Ignition Switch
Fuse (50 A)
> Caution
B e AMP Remote On (Blue / White)
When being connected in a wrong way, the unit displays as follows.
Amplifier
B a b d g h Not connected
A
a
b
A
c
A
d
A
e
A
f
A
g
A
h
A
BATTERY
A a Gray : Front Right +
A b Gray / Black Stripe: Front Right A c Violet : Rear Right +
A d Violet / Black Stripe: Rear Right A e White : Front Left +
A f White / Black Stripe: Front Left A g Green : Rear Left +
A h Green / Black Stripe: Rear Left -
- Antenna/ Remote port short:
"ANTENNA/ REMOTE ON PORT SHORT CIRCUIT CHECK"
- Speaker cable short : "PROTECT"
After connecting it again, restart the unit.
- Digital Amplifier has some problem: "WARNING"
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Connecting
Making the Terminal
Connections
1. Expose the end of the wire using
nippers or a cutter by about 10 mm
and twist.
3. Loosen the screw by using the driver.
Connect the wires, then tighten the
screw.
Twist
10 mm
+12VDC GND
2. Attach ring lugs to wire ends.
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, Note
When you connect the wires to the terminal blocks, use the highlighted gauge size
as below table.
Recommended American Wire Gauge size
(AWG)
Wire Lenth
(m) Up to 1.2 1.2 to 2.1 2.1 to 3
Current (A)
0-20
14
12
12
20-35
12
10
8
35-50
10
8
8
AWG
8
10
12
14
Diameter
(mm)
3.264
2.588
2.053
1.628
Area
(mm2)
8.37
5.26
3.31
2.08
How to install your car speaker system
With the use of passive crossovers, you can drive a midrange, and tweeter in parallel on
each channel of your set and maintain a safe load on the amplifier.
Please install a tweeter and midrange speaker into your car sound system using a passive
crossover as below.
> Caution
When you tighten the screw, be
careful not to apply too much
torque as doing so may damage the
screw.
Passive crossovers for car audio
IN
MID
TW
TWEETER SPEAKER (4 Ω)
MIDRANGE SPEAKER (4 Ω)
Connecting
> Warning
Please use specified power supply wires; otherwise, the unit and vehicle may be
damaged.
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Operating
Operation
Basic operations
1. Turn the unit on by pressing any key
on the unit.
2. Select a source by pressing SRC.
3. Rotate the volume knob to adjust the
volume on the unit.
Or press VOLUME W / S on the
remote control.
Turning off the sound
temporarily
1. Press T to turn off the sound
temporarily.
Or press MUTE on the remote control.
2. Press it again to cancel.
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Checking the clock
Operating
1. Press DISP.
2. Press it again to cancel.
Turning off the display light
1. Press and hold DISP.
2. Press and hold it again to turn it on.
, Note
Under the light-off condition, press
any key, the light is turned on and
then off automatically if you don't
press it within a few seconds.
Using the sound effect
3D SOUND effect
Resetting the unit
Setting the sound mode
This mode delivers outstanding surround
sound.
You can reset the unit when it does not
operate properly.
Press
1. Detach the control panel.
Refer to page 7 for detaching the
control panel.
2. Press the RESET hole with a sharp
object.
You can select a desired sound mode.
1. Press and hold the • SOUND on the
unit.
2. Rotate the volume knob to select an
item and press it.
3. Rotate the volume knob to set the
option and press it.
4. If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
 EQ
EQ is to increase or decrease the signal
strength of audio frequencies. The
function helps you to enjoy sound more
plentifully.
FLAT / NATURAL / DYNAMIC /
VOCAL / USER EQ
 B-BLAST
OFF/ LEVEL 1/ LEVEL 2/ LEVEL 3
Reinforces the treble, bass and surround
sound effect.
 MP3 OPTM
OFF/ ON
Enhances the quality of compressed
music file.
 LOUDNESS
OFF/ ON
Improves the bass and treble sound.
on the unit repeatedly.
3D POWER / 3D MILD / OFF (not
displayed)
 3D POWER
This mode is specialized in POP and
ROCK music.
 3D MILD
This mode is specialized in VOCAL
music.
Operating
Adjusting the general
settings
You can adjust [SOUND], [LIGHT] and
[OTHER] settings.
On the unit
1. Press and hold • MENU.
2. Rotate the volume knob to select
[SOUND], [LIGHT], or [OTHER] and press
it.
3. Rotate the volume knob to select the
item and press it.
4. Rotate the volume knob clockwise or
counterclockwise to adjust the level.
5. Press the volume knob to confirm the
setting.
If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
1. Press and hold FUNC / • MENU.
2. Press w / s to select [SOUND], [LIGHT],
or [OTHER] and press ENTER.
3. Press w / s to select the mode and
press ENTER.
4. Press w / s to adjust the level.
5. Press ENTER to confirm the setting.
If you want to return to the previous
step, press
.
For [SOUND] setting
For [LIGHT] setting
For [OTHER] setting
You can adjust sound quality by
adjusting the level BALANCE (left/right
speaker), FADER (front/rear speaker), SW
(Subwoofer), SW-F (Subwoofer frequency).
You can adjust the light effects by
adjusting LED MODE, USER LED, DIM, or
DIM LV.
 AUX (Auxiliary) ON / OFF
It is possible to use auxiliary equipment
with this unit. Activate the auxiliary
setting when using auxiliary equipment
connected to this unit.
 SW (Subwoofer)
You can adjust the volume of
subwoofer.
 SW-F (Subwoofer frequency)
OFF/ SW 55 Hz/ SW 85 Hz/ SW 120 Hz
You can enable the subwoofer.
 USER EQ
You can adjust the level of the each
frequency band.
BND1/ BND2/ BND3/ BND4/ BND5/
BND6/ BND7
(USER EQ is only available when you set
the EQ to USER EQ)
 LED MODE : You can change the LED
window color.
LED AUTO/ LED USER / LED 01 to 27
 USER LED
Making the desired LED color by
adjusting the each level of RED, GREEN,
and BLUE. (USER LED is only available
when you set LED MODE to LED USER.
 DEMO OFF / ON
You can change the initial indication
on the display to information name
(function name, EQ name, etc...) while
listening to a source.
 DIM (Dimmer) OFF / ON : You can
change the brightness of the display
window during the power-on status.
Settings
Description
DIM ON
The display window
becomes dark.
DIM OFF
The display window
becomes bright.
 DIM LV (Dimmer Level) : When you set
DIM to ON, you can adjust the dimmer
level. (-2, -1, 0, +1, +2)
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Operating
On the Remote Control
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12
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Operating
Operating
 CLK (Clock)
For the model RDS is not supported unit
or even for a RDS supported unit.
- When RDS CT information is not
received and then you set CT to OFF,
you can adjust the time by yourself.
Set the clock as follows ;
1. Select a source to TUNER.
2. Press the F to select the CT and
then set CT to OFF. (Refer to the
" Adjusting TUNER settings " on
the page 13 for setting the CT
(Clock Time) ON / OFF.)
3. Press and hold • MENU on the unit to
select [OTHER] and then select CLK
by rotating the volume knob.
4. Set the hour by rotating the volume
knob.
5. Press the volume knob to confirm
the hour.
6. Set the minute by rotating the
volume knob.
7. Press the volume knob to confirm
the minute.
- When RDS CT information is received;
The clock is displayed according to
the RDS CT information.
- When RDS is not supported, set the
clock according to 3 to 7 steps.
Listening to music from
an external device
1. Connect an external device to the AUX
jack with line input cable.
2. Select a source to AUX.
3. Play the connected Auxiliary
Equipment.
Preventing radical changes in
volume as switching sources
Only when you set AUX to ON as
switching sources, you can adjust the
volume level of each source to prevent
radical changes in volume by selecting
GAIN 0/ +3/ +6.
1. Press F on the unit.
Or press FUNC / • MENU on the remote
control.
2. Rotate the volume knob on the unit.
Or press w / s on the remote control
to set the option. (GAIN 0/ +3/ +6)
3. Press the volume knob on the unit.
Or press ENTER on the remote control
to confirm the setting.
4. If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
Or press
on the remote control.
Listening to the radio
1. Press SRC repeatedly to select a source
to TUNER.
2. Press BAND repeatedly to select a
desired band.
3. For manual search, push and hold
the volume knob to the right or left
until "MANUAL" is displayed. Then
push it repeatedly to select a desired
frequency.
Or press and hold c / v on the
remote control.
For auto search, push the volume knob
to the right or left. Then “SEARCH” is
displayed. (Except AM (MW))
Or press c / v on the remote
control.
Storing desired frequencies
manually
1. Press BAND to select a desired band
you want to store.
2. Select the desired frequency by using
the volume knob.
Or use c / v on the remote
control.
3. Press the volume knob and rotate the
volume knob to select a preset station
among 1 to 6 and then press and hold
the volume knob until the beep sound
is heard.
Or press and hold one of preset
buttons among 1 to 6 on the remote
control until the beep sound is heard.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to preset other
stations.
, Note
When a station is stored on the
preset numbers on which another
station of the same band has already
been preset, the previously preset
station is automatically erased.
Operating
Listening to a preset station
1. Press BAND repeatedly to select a
desired band.
2. Press the volume knob on the unit.
Or press ENTER on the remote control.
3. Rotate the volume knob to select a
preset station.
Or press w / s on the remote control.
4. Press the volume knob.
Or press ENTER on the remote control.
Or
 PTY (Program type, RDS (OPTIONAL))
It searches the radio stations by
program type of FM tuner.
The program types are displayed as
follows.
NEWS
FINANCE
EASY M
AFFAIRS
CHILDREN
LIGHT M
INFO
SOCIAL
CLASSICS
RELIGION
OTHER M
EDUCATE
PHONE IN
JAZZ
DRAMA
TRAVEL
COUNTRY
CULTURE
LEISURE
NATION M
Adjusting TUNER settings
SCIENCE
DOCUMENT
OLDIES
On the unit
VARIED
POP M
FOLK M
WEATHER
ROCK M
1. Press F .
2. Rotate the volume knob to select an
item and press it.
3. Rotate the volume knob to set the
option and press it.
4. If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
On the Remote Control
1. Press FUNC / • MENU.
2. Press w / s to select an item and press
ENTER.
3. Press w / s to set the option and press
ENTER.
4. If you want to return to the previous
step, press
.
 A / S (Auto Store)
The six strongest broadcasting
frequencies will be stored under preset
button 1 to 6 in the order of their signal
strength. To cancel, press the volume
knob.
 P / S (Preset scan)
Each preset station appears. To cancel,
press the volume knob.
 SENS (Tuner sensitivity) MID / HI / LOW
In an area in which signal reception is
weak, it helps the tuner to search more
stations. The weaker the reception is,
the lower option you should set to.
 REG (Region) ON / OFF
REG ON : The unit switches to another
station, within the same network,
broadcasting the same program when
the receiving signals from the current
station become weak.
REG OFF : The unit switches to another
station, within the same network when
the receiving signals from the current
station become weak. (In this mode,
the program may differ from the one
currently received.)
 TA (Traffic Announcement) ALARM /
SEEK
TA ALARM : When the tuned station
has no TP information for 5 seconds, a
double beep sound is output.
TA SEEK : When the tuned station does
not receive TP information for 5 seconds,
the receiver retunes to the next station
that has the TP information.
 PI (Programme Identification) SOUND /
MUTE
PI SOUND : When the frequency
of a tuned station switches to an
AF (Alternative frequency) with an
unidentified PI, it keeps the sound.
PI MUTE : When the frequency of a
tuned station switches to an AF with an
unidentified PI, it mutes the sound until
the PI is identified.
 CT (Clock Time) ON / OFF
You can use the RDS CT information
to update the time. When RDS CT
information is not received and then
you set CT to OFF, you can adjust the
time by yourself. Refer to the page 12
for setting the clock.
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Operating
SPORT
Press BAND and then press the desired
preset button among 1 to 6 on the
remote control.
RDS (OPTIONAL)
 AF (Alternative Frequency) ON / OFF
When the reception quality drops, the
tuner automatically changes to another
station in the network, broadcasting a
better reception quality, using the PI
and AF codes.
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Operating
Using an USB device
1. Open the USB cover.
2. Connect the USB device.
3. Press SRC repeatedly to select a source
to USB.
Pausing or restarting USB
playback
1. PressT on the unit to pause
playback.
Or press d/M on the remote control.
2. Press it to resume playback.
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Skipping to another file
Push the volume knob to the right or left.
Or press c / v on the remote
control.
, Note
To skip to previous file, push the
volume knob to the left within 3
seconds of playing time.
Checking information about
your music
Operating
Searching for a section
within a file
MP3 / WMA files often come with tags.
The tag gives the Title, Artist or Album.
1. Push and hold the volume knob to the
right or left.
Or press and hold c / v on
remote control.
2. Press T on the unit at the point you
want.
Or press d/M on the remote control.
Press DISP repeatedly during MP3 / WMA
file playback. If there is no information,
"NO TEXT" will be shown in the display
window.
Playing back files in a way
you want
On the unit
1. Press F .
2. Rotate the volume knob to select an
item and press it.
3. Rotate the volume knob to select the
option.
4. Press the volume knob to set the
option.
If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
On the Remote Control
1. Press INT / RPT / SHF.
2. Press it again to cancel.
Or
1. Press FUNC / • MENU.
2. Press w / s to select an item and press
it.
3. Press w / s to select the option.
4. Press ENTER to set the option.
If you want to return to the previous
step, press
.
 RPT (Repeat)
The current selected file (1 RPT) or files
in the current selected folder (
RPT)
is played repeatedly.
 SHF (Shuffle)
All files (SHF) or each files in the current
SHF) are played
selected folder (
randomly. During random play back,
even if you push the volume knob to
the left, it won't go back to the previous
file.
 INT (Intro Scan)
The first 10 seconds of all files (INT) or
each files in the current selected folder
INT) are played.
(
Operating
Moving to another drive
When connecting this unit to multi reader,
press BAND on the unit (or DRV on remote
control) to go the next drive. Each time
you press the button, the driver modes
change.
Quick search of a desired file
1. Press the volume knob on the unit.
Or press ENTER on the remote control.
2. Rotate the volume knob on the unit
to select a desired ROOT or folder and
press it.
Or press w / s and press ENTER on the
remote control.
3. Rotate the volume knob on the unit to
select a desired file and press it.
Or press w / s and press ENTER on the
remote control.
Playable USB device
Requirement
 Do not extract the USB device during
operation (play, etc.).
 An USB device which requires additional
programme installation when you
have connected it to a computer, is not
supported.
Recording to USB device
1. Open the USB cover and connect it to
the unit.
2. Select FM tuner.
3. Press and hold • REC to start recording.
4. Press and hold it again to stop.
, Note
 Regular back up is recommended to
prevent data loss.
 Only in FM tuner, recording is
available.
 If you use a USB extension cable, USB
HUB, USB Multi-reader, or external HDD,
the USB device may not be recognized.
 Do not remove the USB device
during recording, or an incomplete
file may be made and not deleted
on PC.
 When you connect a partitioned USB
device into the unit, only the first
partition is recognized on it.
 Digital camera and mobile phone are
not supported.
 USB Port of the unit cannot be
connected to PC. The unit cannot be
used as a storage device.
 Using NTFS file system is not supported.
(Only FAT (16 / 32) file system is
supported.)
Max usage : 32 GB (FAT32 standard)
 MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) device is
not supported.
 MP3/ WMA music file requirement;
Sampling Frequency / 8 kHz to 48 kHz
(MP3) 22.05 kHz to 48 kHz (WMA).
Bit rate / within 8 kbps to 320 kbps
(include VBR) (MP3) 32 kbps to 320 kbps
(WMA).
 While FM tuner recording, the
broadcastings are recorded as a file
every 20 minutes.
The making of unauthorized copies
of copy-protected material, including
computer programs, files, broadcasts
and sound recordings, may be an
infringement of copyrights and
constitute a criminal offense. This
equipment should not be used for
such purposes.
Be responsible
Respect copyrights
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Operating
 Some USB device may not work with
this unit.
 When USB device memory is full,
"MEMORY FULL" displays and stops
recording.
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Operating
Listening to music by
connecting iPod/iPhone
You can enjoy iPod / iPhone-stored music
on the unit by connecting it to the USB
connector using the appropriate cable.
1. Open the USB cover.
2. Connect the iPod / iPhone.
3. Press SRC to select a source to USB.
Pausing or restarting
playback
1. Press T on the unit to pause
playback.
Or press d/M on the remote control.
2. Press it to resume playback.
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Searching for a section
within a file
Operating
During playback, push and hold the
volume knob to the right or left and then
release at a point you want.
Skipping to another file
Push the volume knob to the right or left.
Or press c / v on the remote
control.
Checking information about
your music
MP3 / WMA files often come with tags.
The tag gives the Title, Artist or Album.
Press DISP repeatedly during MP3 / WMA
file playback. If there is no information,
"NO TEXT" will be shown in the display
window.
Playing back files in a way
you want
On the Unit
1. Press F .
2. Rotate the volume knob to select an
item and press it.
3. Rotate the volume knob to select the
option.
4. Press the volume knob to set the
option.
If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
On the Remote Control
1. Press RPT / SHF.
2. Press it again to cancel.
Or
1. Press FUNC / • MENU.
2. Press w / s to select an item and press
ENTER.
3. Press w / s to select the option.
4. Press ENTER to set the option.
If you want to return to the previous
step, press
.
 RPT (Repeat)
The current selected file (1 RPT) or
files on the iPod / iPhone is played
repeatedly.
 SHF (Shuffle)
All of the files (SHF) on the iPod / iPhone
are played randomly.
 SPD (BOOK SPEED)
You can adjust the audiobook speed of
iPod / iPhone to NOR (Normal), SLOW or
FAST.
Operating
Playing back files by music
menus
iPod/ iPhone CONTROL
MODE
Compatible iPod / iPhone
models
You can check files by music menus and
play it back.
You can control on the unit and iPod /
iPhone.
 iPod classic
The music menus are as follows.
 Press F on the unit to select CONTROL
and then set CONTROL to IPOD. Then
playback is paused. And you can control
on the unit and iPod / iPhone.
 iPod touch 4th generation
PLAYLISTS / ARTISTS / ALBUMS /
GENRES / SONGS / COMPOSER /
AUDIO BOOK / PODCAST / ...
 While using the iPod/iPhone CONTROL
MODE, some buttons on the unit are
not available.
 Sets CONTROL to HEAD UNIT to cancel
the iPod/ iPhone CONTROL MODE.
 iPhone 3G / 3GS / 4
We recommend that you use the
OS Version 4.2.1 or more.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone”
mean that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically
to iPod or iPhone respectively, 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.
Please note that the use of this accessory
with iPod, iPhone may affect wireless
performance.
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Operating
1. Press the volume knob on the unit.
Or press ENTER on the remote control.
2. Rotate the volume knob on the unit to
select a music menu and press it.
Or press w / s on the remote control.
3. Rotate the volume knob on the unit to
select a file.
Or press w / s on the remote control.
4. Press the volume knob on the unit to
confirm the setting.
Or press ENTER on the remote control.
5. If you want to return to the previous
step, push the volume knob to the left.
Or press
on the remote control.
 iPod nano 6th generation
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Cause
Solution
Power doesn't turned on.
Leads and connectors are not properly.
Confirm once more that all connections are correct.
The fuse is blown.
Rectify the problem that caused the fuse to blow, and then replace it. Be very sure
to install the correct fuse with the same rate.
Noise and other factors are causing the built in
microprocessor to operate incorrectly.
Turn the unit off and then on again.
Cables are not connected correctly.
Connect the cables correctly.
The unit doesn't operate.
No sound is heard.
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Troubleshooting
There's audio skipping.
This unit is not firmly secured.
Secure this unit firmly.
Radio stations cannot be tuned in.
The signal strength of the stations is too weak. (When tuning
in with automatic tuning.)
Tuned in the stations manually.
No station has been preset or preset stations have been
cleared. (When tuning by scanning preset stations.)
Preset the stations.
iPod/ iPhone does not work.
Check whether iPod / iPhone is connected to the unit
correctly.
Connect it to the unit correctly.
The unit does not operate correctly
even when the appropriate remote
control buttons are pressed.
Battery power is low.
Load a new battery.
Appendix
Specifications
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AUX
Frequency Response : 20 Hz to 20 kHz
General
S / N Ratio : 80 dB
Output Power : 100 W x 4 CH (Max.)
Distortion : 0.1 %
Power Source : DC 12 V
Channel Separation (1 kHz) : 45 dB
Speaker impedance : 4 Ω
Max Input Level (1 kHz) : 1.1 V
Ground System : Negative
Dimensions (W x H x D) : (178 x 50 x168)
mm (without Control Panel)
Net Weight : 1.10 kg
TUNER
FM Tuning Range :
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
S / N Ratio : 55 dB
Distortion : 0.7 %
Usable Sensitivity : 12 dBμV
USB
Version : USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 Full Speed
Bus Power Supply (USB) :
1.5 A
DC 5 V
Max capacity : 32 GB (FAT32 standard)
Subwoofer
Frequency Response : 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Output Voltage : 2 V (Max.)
 Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
AM (MW) Tuning Range :
(520 to 1720) kHz or (522 to 1620) kHz
S / N Ratio : 50 dB
Distortion : 1.0 %
Usable Sensitivity : 28 dBμV
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