LG | LAN-9600R | LG LAN-9600R Owner’s Manual

In Dash Navi & Infotainment
System
with Bluetooth
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LAN-9600R
Please read this instruction booklet
before
connecting, operating
or
carefully and completely
adjusting this product.
Table of contents
Safety
Basic
6-9
notes
10-21
operation
Frontpanel.......................................10
Monitor...........................................11
Accessories.......................................11
Remotecontrol....................................12
Installthebatteryofremotecontrol.....................13
Usingtheremotecontrol.............................13
Connectingthesystem............................14-17
Detachingthecontrolpanel..........................18
Attachingthecontrolpanel...........................18
Installingthehide-awayunit..........................18
Basicinstallation...................................19
Removingtheexistingreceiverunit....................19
ISO-DINinstallation.................................19
Turningtheuniton.................................20
Turningtheunitoff.................................20
Opening/ClosingtheLCD...........................20
Changingthemonitorangle..........................20
TurningtheLCDpanelhorizontal......................20
Insertingadisc....................................20
Ejectingadisc.....................................21
Adjustingthevolume................................21
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Mute(Todropthevolumeinamoment).
Selectingasource..................................21
SelectingaEQ(Equalizer)...........................21
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Dual mode
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operation
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UsingadisplayconnectedtoREAROUT
Selectingasource..................................22
Cancelingthedualmode............................22
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Aboutrearcameraview.............................22
Setup operation
23-29
SETUP...........................................23
SCREEN......................................23-24
SOUND.......................................25-26
DVD..........................................26-27
Definingtheparentalcontrol..........................27
Changingthepassword.............................28
Changingtheareacode.............................28
RDS.............................................29
SOURCE.........................................29
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Table of contents
Bluetooth
30-37
operation
.30
UsingaBluetoothwirelessconnection.
StartingBluetoothonyourphone......................30
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PairingyourunitandBluetoothphone.
Headsetfunctionality................................32
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SETUP..........................................33
CONNECTPHONE.................................33
INFORMATION(CONNECTPHONE)..................33
BTINFO.(Bluetoothinformation)......................34
PHONEBOOK..................................34-35
INFORMATION(PHONEBOOK)......................36
Makingacall......................................36
Makingacallwithspeeddialnumbers..................36
Answeringcalls....................................37
Makingacallfromrecentcalls........................37
Changing between car speaker and Bluetooth phone
duringacall.......................................37
Radio
38-41
(RDS) operation
Listeningtoradiostations............................38
AS(Autosearchmemory)............................38
Storingandrecallingstations.........................38
RDSdisplayoptions................................39
AF(Alternativefrequency)............................39
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TA(Trafficannouncementidentification).
PTY(Programtyperecognition).......................40
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REGION.........................................40
R-TEXT(Radiotextrecognition).......................41
CD/MP3/WMAoperation.....................42-44
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PlayinganaudioCDandMP3/WMAdisc.
Skiptothenexttrack/file.............................42
Skiptotheprevioustrack/file.........................42
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Return to the beginning of the current track/file
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Search...........................................42
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Skiptothepreviousfolder/nextfolder.
Locatingafolder/fileusingthelist......................43
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REPEAT.........................................43
SHUFFLE........................................43
SCAN............................................43
INFORMATION....................................44
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Table of contents
DVD/VCD
45-48
operation
PlayingaDVD/VCDdisc.............................45
Ifmenuscreenisdisplayed...........................45
Play/Stop/Pause.................................46
Skiptothenextchapter/track.........................46
Skiptothepreviouschapter/track.....................46
Return to the beginning of the current chapter/track
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Search...........................................46
MENU/VCDMENU.................................46
SEARCH.........................................47
AUDIO...........................................47
SUBTITLE........................................47
ANGLE..........................................47
REPEAT.........................................48
Using..........................................48
DivX
49-51
Operation
PlayingaDivxdisc.................................49
Play/Stop/Pause.................................50
Skiptothenextfile.................................50
Skiptothepreviousfile.............................50
Search..........................................50
Locatingafolder/fileusingthelist......................50
REPEAT.........................................51
AUDIO...........................................51
SUBTITLE........................................51
Photo
52
operation
Playingphotofiles..................................52
Pictureformat.....................................52
USB
53
operation
PlayingaUSBdevice...............................53
Locatingafolder/fileusingthelist......................53
Basic
54-55
navigation
WhatisGPS?.....................................54
Memorynavimode.................................54
Navigationinthememorynavimode...................54
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Installingthenewmapdatainthememory.
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Menu and
Map display
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MAPmode.....................................56-57
Wholerouteoverview...............................58
Guidemode.......................................58
Simulationmode...................................59
Scrollingthemapdisplay............................59
Markingyourfirstjourney..........................60-61
Selectingyourcountry...............................61
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Table of contents
Finding
a
location with the
62-69
navigator
Modifyingthedestinationmenu.......................62
MemoryPoints....................................62
MODIFY INFORMATION : Editing a location's information
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POI(Pointofinterest)Search......................64-65
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Postcode.........................................66
AddressSearch....................................67
JunctionSearch....................................68
PreviousDest.(Previousdestination).
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70-80
Navigation settings
Registering your home and your favorite location
ModifyingtheRouteCalculationConditions
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CancelRoute......................................71
RouteOverview....................................71
ROUTEOPTIONS..................................72
EditWayPoint.....................................73
Detour...........................................74
ChangeStart......................................75
UsingTrafficInformation(RDS-TMC)...................76
TMCEventList....................................76
StationSearch.....................................77
DisplayIcon.......................................77
TMCOption.......................................78
Display...........................................79
Guidance.........................................79
Volume...........................................80
Language.........................................80
SystemOptions....................................80
Download.........................................80
GPSInformation...................................80
Initialize..........................................80
81-84
Troubleshooting
Bluetooth
phone compatibility
list
85
Specifications
86
Support-Hotline
87
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Safety
notes
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT SPLIT
COVER(OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with the arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user about the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation
the
point
within
an
equilateral triangle
is intended to alert
to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
user
Always operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Do not become
distracted by the vehicle while driving, and always be fully aware
driving conditions. Do not change settings, or any functions.
Pull over in a safe and legal manner before attempting such
operations.
To promote safety, certain functions are disabled unless the
handbreake is
Do not
on.
for many hours at
use
of all
low
extremely
or
high temperature.
(-10~60°C)
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover
of this product. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Refer
servicing
to
qualified
To reduce the risk of fire
to
dripping
or
or
service
electric shock, do not expose this
or moisture.
driving, keep
drop
product
splashing water, rain,
The temperature of unit's outside
Do not
back
personnel.
can
be
extremely high, please
the unit after proper installation in your vehicle.
While
or
the sound volume at
it and avoid
heavy impacts
6
a
at
proper level.
anytime.
use
Safety
The driver must not watch the monitor while
watches the monitor while
cause an
driving,
driving.
If the driver
it may lead to carelessness and
accident.
This unit is for vehicles with
a 12-volt battery and negative grounding.
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.
Before
Periodically wipe
the contacts
on
the back of the front
panel
with
a
cotton swap moistened with alcohol.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product,
product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from
the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by
it
2.
means
the
the government
4.
or
the local authorities.
will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
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.
3. The correct
disposal of your old appliance
product has been manufactured to comply with the radio interference
requirements of EEC DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.
This
7
notes
Safety
notes
A section whose title has
only
to the disc
one
of the
represented by
the
following symbols
symbol.
DVD
VCD
Video CDs
CD
Audio CDs
MP3
MP3 files
WMA
WMA files
DivX
DivX files
DVD
About the
is
applicable
Symbol Display
When you
are
operation,
it may not be
watching
disc. When this
a
DVD and
performed
happens,
attempt
to
due to the
perform an
programming
the unit indicates the button
on
on
the
the
screen.
of
Types
Playable
Discs
DVD
(12
cm
disc)
Video CD
(12
cm
(VCD)
disc)
Audio CD
(12
cm
disc)
In addition, this unit plays DVD±R, DVD±RW and CD-R or CD-RW
containing audio titles, MP3 or WMA.
Depending on the conditions of the recording equipment or the
CD-R/RW (or DVD±R/±RW) disc itself, some CD-R/RW
(or DVD±R/±RW) discs cannot be played on the unit.
Do not attach any seal or label to either side
recorded side) of a disc.
(the
labeled side
or
the
use irregularly shaped CDs (e.g., heart-shaped
octagonal). It may result in malfunctions.
Do not
or
Notes
on
DVDs and Video CDs
Some
playback operations of DVDs and Video CDs may be
intentionally programmed by software manufacturers. This unit plays
DVDs and Video CDs according to disc content designed by the
software manufacturer, therefore some playback features may not be
available
or
other functions may be added.
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Safety
A defective
soiled disc inserted into the unit
or
drop during playback.
Handle the disc by holding
its inner and outer
can cause
notes
sound to
edges.
Do not touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc.
Do not stick paper
tape
or
etc. on the surface.
Do not expose the disc to direct
This unit cannot
8cm disc
play
sunlight
Never
use
a
playback. Wipe
cleaning cloth.
solvents such
Regional
code
This unit is
designed
as
benzine
only).
can
8cm
the disc from the center
or
alcohol to clean the disc.
and manufactured for
encoded DVD software. This unit
or
excessive heat.
12cm disc
(use
Clean the disc before
outward with
or
playback
only play DVD
of
region
"2"
discs labeled "2"
"ALL".
Notes
on
Regional Codes
Most DVD discs have
clearly
visible
Receiver's
If you
try
player,
CAUTION
to
on
regional
play
a
a
globe
one or more
numbers
on
it
cover.
DVD with
the message "Check
:
with
This number must match your Car DVD
code or the disc cannot play.
the
a
different
regional
region
code from your
on the screen.
code" appears
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
CAUTION
To
:
This
product
uses a
Laser
System.
proper use of this product, please read this owner 's manual
and retain it for future reference. Should the unit require
ensure
carefully
maintenance, contact an authorized service center.
Performing controls, adjustments, or carrying out procedures other than those
in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
specified herein may result
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Basic
Front
operation
panel
12
FLIP
3
456
TILT
DISP
OPEN
EJECT
VOL
ARROW
SRC
RSE
BAND
RDS
PHONE
EQ
TA/AF
R
78910111213141516171819
FLIP
1.
12. BAND
Turn the LCD
panel horizontal
temporarily when the LCD panel is
upright.
2.
Select the band.
13. RDS
Select the TA on/off
TILT
(Press
Adjust the monitor angle.
Select the AF/RE on/off
(Press
DISPLAY WINDOW
3.
Select
a
different
Open (or Close)
Select various equalizer
the monitor.
6.
DIMMER SENSOR
7.
VOL. (Volume)
Adjust the volume.
18.
Remove the front
Power off
(Press a long time)
Mute (Press a short time)
Eject
REMOTE SENSOR
9.
ARROW v/V/b/B (up/down/left/right)
Select the folders (up/down)
Select the
menus
a
(up/down/left/right)
preset station (up/down)
10. SRC
(Source)
Change the sources.
RSE (Rear service)
as
can
main
playback
source
two different sources
and
subsidiary
panel.
source.
10
disc from the unit,
USB port
Pull the
Enter
You
a
19.
Skip (left/right)
Search (left/right)
Select
curves.
18. EJECT
8.
.
long time)
15. EQ
16. Disc slot
11
time)
Select the phone.
display.
OPEN/CLOSE
5.
a
short
14. PHONE
DISP
4.
a
cover on
the front.
Basic
operation
Monitor
NAVI
WIDE
1
1.
WIDE
2.
2
3.
Change
DVD
NAVI
the
VCD
screen
mode.
MENU
3
4
MENU
Display the navigation
4.
DivX
menu.
LCD
NAVI
Display the navigation map.
Accessories
Remote Control
Power Cable
(Main unit)
Protective Case
Power Cable
(Hideaway unit)
Lever x2
Reverse Extension Code
Microphone
Brackets x2
Main unit/Hide-away
Connecting Cable
unit
Brackets x2
Radio Antenna Extension Code
(Main unit)
(Hideaway unit)
Round Head Screw x2
(Main unit)
GPS Antenna
Round Head Screw x4
(Hideaway unit)
Tapping Screw x4
(Hideaway unit)
Map Disc
Battery
11
Basic
operation
Remote control
4.
1
6
ARROW v/V/b/B (up/down/left/right)
Select the folders (up/down)
Select the
menus
(up/down/left/right)
Skip (left/right)
Search (left/right)
2
Select
preset station (up/down)
a
ENTER
Confirms
7
3
5.
menu
selection.
0-9 number buttons
Selects numbered items in the
4
Selects
stored radio station
a
menu.
frequency (1-
6).
8
REPEAT
Repeat chapter, track, title
5
or
file.
SHUFFLE
9
Plays tracks
order.
or
files in random
CD/MP3/WMA
SCAN
10
Plays the first
10 seconds of all track.
CD
AUDIO
Select audio language.
DVD
SUBTITLE
Select audio subtitle language.
DVD
ANGLE
Select
1.
Switches the unit ON/OFF.
6.
SOURCE
Selects
source
a source.
and
secondary
7.
sources as
source.
or
if
DISC MENU
8.
RETURN
9.
VOLUME
menu on a
Displays the disc
Backward
(Forward) search playback.
STOP x PLAY B PAUSE X
DVD
Select chapter
or
title.
12
menu
Adjust the volume level.
Mute the volume.
file.
SCAN m/M
SEARCH
angle
BAND
10. MUTE
ter,
3.
camera
DVD
Accesses the
main
SKIP ?m/M?
Go to next (previous) chapter, track or file.
Return to the beginning of the current chaptrack
DVD
Select FM and MW(AM) bands.
RSE (Rear service)
You can play two different
2.
a
available.
POWER
DVD disc.
with PBC.
DivX
Basic
Install the
battery
of remote control
Pull the tray on the back of battery of remote control outward
with a pencil or ball point pen and insert the battery with the
plus (+)
minus
battery holder with a pencil or ball point pen.
battery on the battery holder.
battery holder back into its original position.
1
Remove the
2
Install the
3
Install the
Using
in the proper direction.
(-) poles pointing
the remote control
Point the remote control in the direction of the front
panel
to
operate.
Notes
Use
only
one
CR2025
(3V)
lithium
battery if the remote
long period of time.
Remove the
used for
a
Do not leave the
product
Do not handle the
Do not store the
In the event of
completely
FLIP
battery
battery
in
a
hot
battery.
control is not
or
humid
going
to be
place.
with metallic tools.
with metallic materials.
battery leakage, wipe the remote
a new battery.
control
clean and install
TILT
DISP
OPEN
EJECT
RESET
Reset
If the unit fails to
a
ball-pen
or a
operate properly. press the
rest button
similar too.
13
using
operation
Basic
operation
the
Connecting
system
*
OPTICAL OUT
(Option)
Main unit
Power Cable
Main
unit/Hide-away
Connecting Cable
lighting
main
unit)
pink
DIMMER
To
(For
unit
switch
Microphone
Plug
Filter Box
terminal.
Black
GROUND
To the
car
(-)
body.
Yellow
TO BATTERY
To the
car
(+)
battery,
Microphone
Fuse 5A
continuos +12 V DC.
With the
sun
visor up, install the
microphone.
Hide-away
Radio Antenna
Power Cable
Extension Code
(For hide-away unit)
POWER ANTENNA
*
Connecting
to
Connecting
to an
Optical equipment.
amplifier equipped with two channel digital stereo
equipped with a multi-channel decoder.
Audio/Video receiver
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or
to an
unit
Basic
operation
Yellow
Blue/White
REMOTE ON
TO BATTERY
To the
To the
amplifier
Black
Red
GROUND
TO IGNITION
To the
To the terminal from
which the power is
supplied when the
To the power
antenna
Pink
Orange
REVERSE GEAR
rear
use
the
view camera,
reverse lead.
Use
a
H. BRK
(Hand Break)
Be
to wire the hand
sure
break
the
Note)
(-)
body.
POWER ANTENNA
switch is set
connecting
car
Blue
to ACC
When
(+)
battery,
continuos +12 V DC.
remote on.
ignition
car
safety
Reverse
(parking break)
and preventing
for
accidents.
Extension if needed.
(Page 17)
White/Black
stripe
Gray/Black
stripe
White
Gray
FRONT RIGHT
FRONT LEFT
(Speaker)
(Speaker)
Green/Black
Violet/Black
stripe
stripe
Green
Violet
REAR LEFT
REAR RIGHT
(Speaker)
(Speaker)
If your car has the ISO connector, connect by using the
ISO connector plug that is in front of Power cable.
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Basic
operation
REAR OUT
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
AUX IN
GPS
ANTENNA
PRE-OUT
CAM
(Rear Camera)
Auxiliary
External Power
Devices
Amplifier
Camcorder
VCR
16
Basic
operation
When
installing the antenna inside the vehicle
(on the dashboard or shelf)
Affix the metallic sheet
on as
level
a
surface
as
possible
where the GPS aerial faces outside the window. Place the
GPS aerial
the metallic sheet.
on
fastened with its
(The GPS
aerial is
magnet.)
Note
Make
sure
the surface is free of moisture, dust,
grime, oil,
etc., before affixing the metallic sheet.
Peel off the
The metallic sheet contains
sheet
leave
a
mark
on
Some models
a
strong adhesive and may
on
protective
the
rear.
the dashboard if it is removed.
use a
window
glass
that does not allow
from GPS satellites to pass through. On such
models, install the GPS aerial on the outside of the vehicle.
signals
When
installing the antenna
(on the body)
outside of the
vehicle
Put the GPS aerial in
as on
the roof
When
Make
a
or
routing
a
position
level
as
as
possible,
such
boot lid.
the lead in from the top of the door
U-shaped loop
in the lead
on
the outside to
prevent rainwater from flowing along the lead into the
interior of the vehicle.
Connecting
If
using
an
the Reverse Gear
optional
rear
view camera, the
reverse
lead must
be connected.
1.
2.
Clamp the reversing lamp lead.
Clamp firmly with needle-nosed pliers.
Reverse Extension Code
Reverse
Reverse lead
17
lamp
lead
Basic
operation
the control
Detaching
You
panel
detach the control
panel when leaving the car.
detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful
not to damage the connectors on the back of the control
panel and on the panel holder.
can
When
"
"
1.
Press the
2.
Pull the control
button to unlock the control
3.
Put the detached control
panel
panel.
out of the unit.
panel
into the
provided
case.
Protective Case
Attaching
the control
panel
Insert the left side of control
1.
the
panel
Press the
2.
panel
into the groove
on
holder.
right
side of control
panel
to fix it to the
panel
holder.
Installing the hide-away
(Under the front seat)
Be
sure
that
to use the
they
will not
Round Head Screw
Tapping
screws
18
unit
tapping screws of appropriate length
damage any parts of car.
so
Basic
operation
Basic installation
Before
make
installing,
OFF and
remove
sure
that the
ignition-switch is set
battery to avoid
the terminal of the
to
car
short-circuiting.
1.
Remove the
2.
3.
Make the necessary connections.
Install the installation sleeve.
4.
Install the unit into the installation sleeve.
existing
receiver unit.
Bend the claws
according
to
the thickness
of the
dashboard
Removing
If there is
in the
the
already
existing
dashboard, it
must be removed.
1.
Remove the
2.
Remove the front
3.
Insert the lever
Perform the
receiver unit.
installation sleeve for the receiver unit
an
support from the unit.
rear
A
panel
and trim
into the hole
ring
from the unit.
on one
side of the unit.
operation on the other
the mounting sleeve.
same
the unit out from
side and
ISO-DIN Installation
1.
Slide the unit into the ISO-DIN frame.
2.
Install
3.
Slide the unit and frame into the dash
4.
Install the dash
5.
Install the trim
screws
A
removed from the old unit.
opening.
panel or adapter plate.
ring to the unit.
19
pull
A
Basic
operation
VOL
ARRO
Turning
the unit
Press any buttons.
Turning
on
(Except DISP
or
EJECT
buttons)
the unit off
Press and hold the "VOL" button.
DISP
OPEN
Opening
/
Closing
the LCD
Press the "OPEN/CLOSE" button.
The LCD
panel
will be
panel
will be closed
opened
or
closed.
Note
The LCD
automatically
with
turning
the
power off.
FLIP
TILT
Changing
the monitor
Press the "TILT" button to
easily
viewable
angle
adjust
the LCD
panel
to an
angle.
Each time you press the button, the LCD
panel changes
its
angle step by step.
Note
The
adjusted LCD panel angle will be
panel will automatically return
monitor panel is opened.
monitor
the
FLIP
TILT
Turning
the LCD
panel
memorized and the
to this
angle
next time
horizontal
Press the "FLIP" button.
When the LCD
panel
is
the air conditioner, the
horizontal temporarily.
To return to the
upright and hinders
position of the panel
original position,
the
can
operation
of
be turned
press the "FLIP" button
again.
Note
The LCD
with
beep
panel
returns to the
original position automatically
operation.
sounds in 10 seconds after
Inserting
a
disc
The disc is drawn in and
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playback
starts
automatically.
Basic
Ejecting
operation
disc
a
EJECT
Press the "EJECT" button.
The disc is
from the
ejected
loading
slot.
Note
If the
disc is not removed in
ejected
approximately
10
seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the
slot.
loading
the volume
Adjusting
Rotate the "VOL" knob to
adjust
VOL
the sound level.
ARRO
Note
When you turn the unit off, the current volume level is
automatically memorized. Whenever you turn the unit back
on, it will
Mute
operate
at the memorized volume level.
the volume in
(To drop
Press the "VOL" knob while
To
resume
the
Selecting
previous
listening
a
moment)
to any source.
volume level, press the button
again.
a source
Press the "SRC" button
The mode switches
as
repeatedly
to select a source.
SRC
follows.
FMtDISCtUSBtVIDEOtAUX
You cannot
use a source
Selecting
a
EQ
if it is not
(Equalizer)
Press the "EQ" button
repeatedly
The mode switches
follows.
FLAT
POP
t
t
ready.
as
CLASSIC
t
to select a
ROCK
t
equalizer.
JAZZ
t
VOCAL
tSALSAtSAMBAtUSERtWOW
POP
:
CLASSIC
:
Optimized
Optimized
Optimized
for R&B, Soul and Country music.
for orchestral music.
ROCK
:
JAZZ
:
Sweet sound with soft
VOCAL
:
SALSA
:
Powerful realism with strong sound
Reproduces salsa music acoustics.
SAMBA
:
Reproduces
USER
:
Use the
WOW
:
Enjoy
for Hard Rock and
Heavy
Metal.
feeling.
quality.
samba music acoustics.
menu
to set the sound level you want.
the SRS and TruBass
simultaneously.
Notes
is
WOW
a
trademark of the SRS Labs, Inc.
is incorporated under license of the SRS
technology
Labs, Inc.
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EQ
RSE
BAND
Dual mode
operation
Using
You
can
Yo u
can
a
connected to REAR OUT
display
back two different
play
secondary source.
to the
listen to the main
secondary
cradle
or
the
Selecting
sources as
source
through
source
through
main
the
and
speakers,
and
the monitor inserted into the
connected the REAR OUT
one
source
jacks.
a source
Press the "RSE" button
The mode switches
as
repeatedly
to select a source.
follows.
RSEDVDtRSEUSBtRSEVIDEOtRSEAUX
RSE DVD
Yo u
can
select the built-in DVD drive.
RSE USB
You
can
select the built-in USB.
RSE VIDEO
You
can
select the component connected to
the VIDEO IN
jacks.
RSE AUX
You
can
select the component connected to
the AUX IN
jacks.
Note
You cannot
use a source
Canceling
if it is not
ready.
the dual mode
Press and hold the "RSE" button.
RSE OFF appears.
About
With
an
rear camera
view
view camera, you are able to use this
optional
as an aid to keep an eye on trailers or backing into
rear
product
tight parking spot.
a
Notes
When you connect the video camera as a rear view
to the REAR OUT CAM jack to guide you the car.
When the vehicle's
gearstick is reverse(R), you can see
connecting a rear view camera.
what is behind the vehicle
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camera
Setup operation
SETUP
You customize the various
options according
to your
needs.
particular
Touch the "SETUP" button.
The setup
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
SCREEN
Language
You
can
set the
Touch the
display language.
language button you want.
Setback
You
can move
Yes
No
:
the LCD
panel
a
little forward
or
backward.
Activates the functions.
Cancels the functions.
:
Adjust
Picture
Brightness
You
can
set the monitor
Touch the b
or
brightness.
adjust the settings.
B buttons to
Contrast
You
can
set the monitor contrast.
Touch the b
Adjust
or
B buttons to
adjust
the
settings.
Dimmer
Auto Dimmer control
The dimmer
adjustments for daytime, evening, and
nighttime ambient lights are stored separately.
The brightness of LCD screen adjusts automatically to the
optimum level in accordance with the ambient light based
on
the set values.
Yes
No
Activates the functions.
:
:
Cancels the functions.
Note
Touch the
button to exit the current
screen
to
screen
23
previous
Setup operation
Display
by
Turn
Turn on AV
Set whether to
guidance information using the
operation screen.
On:Display guidance information using the arrow on
the the audio operation screen.
Off : Do not display guidance information using the
arrow on the audio operation screen.
arrow on
display
the
the audio/video
Color
You
can
set the
Day
Night
:
Auto
:
:
background color of map.
Always use to day-driving background color.
Always use night-driving background color.
Automatic switch to night-driving background
when headlights are switched on.
BG Animation
You
can
select
one
of 5 modes. It
displays
the
change
of
sound output during play.
Touch the image button you want.
Clock
You
can
set the summer time.
Summer time
On
:
Off
:
Activates the functions.
Cancels the functions.
Adjust
Hour
Touch the
+ or
-
buttons to
adjust
the
settings (-1~3).
Rear Camera
On:The
rear view through the rear view camera is
automatically displayed on the monitor when the
rear gear is applied.
Off
:
Cancels the function.
Note
Touch the
button to exit the current
screen
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screen
to
previous
Setup operation
SOUND
Balance/Fader
1.
Touch the "Left"
Adjust
left and
2.
or "Right" button.
balance---speaker output
right speakers.
the
Touch the "Front"
or
balance between the
"Rear" button.
Adjust fader---speaker output
and rear speakers.
balance between the front
Woofer
Output
Level
Touch the b
or
B buttons to select the
output level.
Cut-off
Frequency
Frequencies 80/120/160 Hz are sent to the subwoofer.
The cut-off frequency is chosen according to the Woofer
setting so that you can enjoy low frequency effects purely
from the subwoofer if it is connected.
Off
Cancels the functions.
:
SRS WOW
You
can
set the various 3D sound effects
Touch the b
(1~10).
adjust settings.
Enjoy SRS and TruBass simultaneously.
Improve the resolution sound.
Improve the bass sound to make it
spectacular.
or
SRS
:
FOCUS
:
TruBass
:
B buttons to
Notes
is
WOW
a
trademark of the SRS Labs, Inc.
is incorporated under license of the SRS
technology
Labs, Inc.
User
Equalizer
adjust the sound
adjustments in memory.
You
can
Touch the v
frequency
or V
modes and store your
buttons to
adjust
own
the level of each
band.
High Pass Filter
Outputs all frequencies higher
your preference.
than selected
according
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to
Setup operation
Rear
Speaker
On
:
Select this to turn
Off
:
Cancels the function.
on
the
rear
speaker output.
Beep
Beep Pattern
Long Key : When long pressed, a beep sound occurs.
All : When any button is pressed, a beep sound occurs.
Beep Volume
Adjust the Beep Volume. (HIGH/MEDIUM/LOW)
DVD
DVD
Language
Language
Audio
If the disc contains multi-audio
languages,
you
can
change
to a different audio.
Subtitle
Language
If the disc contains multi-subtitle
change
To
to a different subtitle
erase
Menu
languages,
language.
you
can
the subtitle, select the "Off" button.
Language
If the disc contains multi-menu
to a different menu
languages,
you
can
change
language.
Other
If the language you want is not listed in
See page 84 to find the language code.
language
menu
Confirm the entered code.
Keypad
button.
Delete the
previous
character at the
Cancels the functions.
26
cursor
position.
list.
Setup operation
Aspect
Ratio
Select the monitor type of your unit to
recorded with
an
play
a
DVD
aspect ratio of 16:9.
Wide
Select when your screen's aspect ratio is is fixed at 16:9
(Wide screen).
Letter Box
Select when your screen's aspect ratio is fixed at 4:3
(Conventional screen). While viewing a wide screen
picture,
the black bars appear
on
the top and the bottom of
screen.
Panscan
Select when your screen's aspect ratio is fixed at 4:3.
While viewing a wide screen picture, the black bars do not
appear. The left and right
shown on the screen.
edges
of the
pictures
will not be
Lock
You
can secure
assigning
a
the device
In
password.
set a rating
against
unauthorized
addition, you
can
use
specify
a
by
rating
level. If you
level that is lower than the one
on the inserted DVD, it can be played only after
entering the password.
found
If you have already assigned a password, first enter the old
with the number buttons 0-9.
password
Defining
the
parental
Select the desired
To
erase
control
age-appropriate release 1-8.
age-appropriate release, select
the desired
the "Off"
button.
Notes
Rating
level
some DVDs are equipped with
age-appropriate release.
yet assigned a password, the present
means
that
a
code that defines the
If you have not
password is 0000.
If you
forget your password.
6-digit number "210499" and the password is
cleared. (First, after eject the disc, use the numerical button
of the remote control on the SETUP>DVD screen.)
Input
the
27
Setup operation
Changing
1.
the
password
Touch the "Password" button.
with the number buttons 0-9.
2.
Enter the
3.
Confirm the
4.
Touch the "Enter" button to reset the
new
password
new
newly assigned
Changing
the
password
with the number buttons 0-9.
password
to the
one.
area
code
1.
Touch the v or V buttons to select the area code.
2.
Touch the "END" button to exit the setup
See page 84 to find the
area
code.
menu.
Notes
If you have not yet
password is 0000.
assigned
Do not
password. A
password.
forget
your
a
password,
new
the present
password
cannot be
set without your old
DivX
Registration
provide you with the DivX VOD (Video On Demand)
registration code that allows you to rent and purchase
videos using the DivX
VOD service.
We
For
more
Use the
information, visit www.divx.com/vod.
registration
from the DivX
code to
purchase
or
rent the videos
VOD service at www.divx.com/vod.
Follow the instructions and download the video onto
for
playback
on
28
this unit.
a
disc
Setup operation
RDS
TA Mode
TA Seek
When the
tuned station does not receive TP
newly
information for 5 seconds, the receiver retunes to the next
station which has the same TP information as well as the
same
PI
as
the last station.
TA Alarm
When
a
newly
seconds,
tuned station has
double
a
beep
no
TP information for 5
sound is output.
PI Mode
PI Mute
If the sound of
intermittently,
station with different PI is heard
a
the receiver mutes the sound
right
now.
PI Sound
If the sound of
intermittently,
station with different PI is heard
a
the receiver mutes the sound after 1 second.
SOURCE
You
can
select the
according
to your
source on
particular
the
screen
to make it
operate
needs.
Touch the "SOURCE" button.
The
displays
source screen
You cannot
FM/MW
use a source
:
DVD / CD
on
the
if it is not
screen.
ready.
You
can
select the radio stations.
Yo u
can
select the built-in DVD drive.
SETUP:
You
can
select the SET UP
USB:
You
can
select the inserted USB.
Yo u
can
select the component connected
VIDEO IN
:
:
to the VIDEO IN
AUX:
:
can
You
can see
jacks.
select the component connected
to the AUX IN jacks.
SOURCE OFF
Yo u
the current time.
To uch the "SRC" button in the front
previous
menu.
panel
to return the
screen.
29
Bluetooth
operation
Using
a
Bluetooth wireless connection.
Your unit supports Bluetooth wireless connections.
You can set up a wireless link with a Bluetooth phone.
Bluetooth
Starting
on
your
phone.
Your
phone's Bluetooth feature may be set to off by default.
To use your car Bluetooth feature, Bluetooth must be turned
your
FLIP
TILT
DISP
RSE
BAND
RDS
PHONE
see
on
in
page 85 for details.
Notes
ARROW
SRC
Please
-
CLOSE
EJECT
VOL
phone.
EQ
Refer to your phone's user guide.
Due to the variety of Bluetooth phones and their firmware
version, LAN-9600R may respond differently when
performing over
If even a phone
RDS
PHONE
EQ
Bluetooth
as
described in this list meets
of Bluetooth Hand-free Profile 1.0 and
1.1, it
can
assure
for
operate. However, it is noted that
operation by
resulted from feature of
a
phone
Pairing your
a
if you
phone.
the unit
through
Press the PHONE button to select the
2.
Touch the
button.
The "SETUP"
screen
displays
on
the
phone.
screen.
Touch the "Connect Phone" button.
The "CONNECT PHONE"
4.
cannot
operation by model is mainly
phone, consult manuhave any question.
1.
3.
we
hand-free
unit and Bluetooth
Connection
requirements
Push Profile
function.
As difference in functional
facturer of
Object
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
Touch the "Search" button.
The
"Searching" pop-up screen appears on the screen.
It will take about 20 seconds, to continue the process.
To cancel, touch the "CANCEL" button.
5.
Select
a
Bluetooth
phone
you desire from the "SEARCH
RESULT".
Notes
During
the
settings
for Bluetooth
"visible to all devices" from
phone, make sure to select
Visibility. Otherwise, it cannot
search Bluetooth
phones.
The
connected mobile
successfully
in the "CONNECT PHONE"
phone
can
be connected without
30
phone
will be
registered
registered, the
searching.
screen.
Once
Bluetooth
6.
In
an
initial connection, the user will see the "INPUT PIN
screen as shown in the figure.
CODE"
To
successfully connect, make sure to
phone and the unit.
enter the same PIN
code for Bluetooth
7.
Touch the number 0~9buttons, then confirm.
8.
Touch the "Enter" button to
9.
If the connection is
registered.
The
complete
the
pairing
successful, the Bluetooth
phone
confirm it with the
user can
mark in the "CONNECT PHONE"
.
is
checking
screen.
Notes
When the connection is successful
displayed
on
the upper
right
displayed with
functionality" for
icon is
"Headset
,
icon will be
side of the "PHONE"
screen.
Headset connection. Refer to
headset connections.
Icon for hands-free connection.
Icon for headset connection.
Auto connection
1.
Bluetooth
with
has
connected will
phone
successfully
connection process
2.
Auto connection
registered
screen
functionality operates if there is a
phone in the "CONNECT PHONE"
Bluetooth
and the "Auto Connection" is selected
"INFORMATION"
-
previous record showing that it
automatically start the
when starting the car.
a
Please
see
screen.
page 33 for details.
31
on
the
operation
Bluetooth
operation
Connection
Refer to your
through
phone's
a
bluetooth
phone
guide.
user
1.
Press the PHONE button to select the
2.
Touch the
button.
The "SETUP"
screen
appears
the
on
phone.
screen.
Touch the "Connect Phone" button.
3.
The "CONNECT PHONE"
The Bluetooth
phones
the "CONNECT PHONE"
Perform
4.
"Searching
appears on the screen.
be found (searched) only on
screen
can
screen.
Bluetooth device" in the Bluetooth
a
phone.
Initiate the
5.
pairing
and connection process
on
the
LAN-9600R searched.
In
6.
an
initial connection, the
CODE"
user
will
see
the "INPUT PIN
screen.
Notes
successfully connect, make sure to enter the same PIN
phone and LAN-9600R.
The same instructions as "connecting through the unit"
apply correspondingly to the following.
To
code for Bluetooth
Headset
functionality
The connection method is the
connection", but
of the "PHONE"
It works the
icon is
screen
right
same as
displayed
"Hands-free
on
the upper
right
side
after connected.
the wired headset for mobile
phone.
functionality is for telephone conversation.
It is not for listening to music.
Unlike the hands-free functionality, Headset connection will
allow only two functions "answering calls" and "making a call
same as
The headset
from the latest call".
Also the caller's number is not
displayed
when
answering
calls.
Notes
If
connecting through LAN-9600R,
initiate the hands-free
connection first. If your Bluetooth phone does not support
the hands-free connection, then initiate the headset
connection.
If
connecting through
connection
ing
on
a
Bluetooth
phone,
the hands-free
headset connection may not operate
the type of the phone.
or
32
depend-
Bluetooth
SETUP
Connect Phone
You
check the connected Bluetooth
can
phone.
(Bluetooth Information)
the Bluetooth phone information.
BT Information.
You
check
can
CONNECT PHONE
Search
Enter
part of registration number
entry you want.
a
or
letter to search
a
contacts
-
Please
see
page 34 for details
(BT Info.).
Edit
You shows the "INFORMATION"
(Pop-up screen displays
Info. (Information)
The "INFORMATION"
in the
screen
screen.
screen.)
appears
on
the
screen.
Delete
You
can
delete the selected list.
Cancel
Cancels the functions.
INFORMATION
(CONNECT PHONE)
Auto Connection
phone can be automatically connected, if there
registered Bluetooth phone in the "CONNECT PHONE"
Bluetooth
a
screen
and the "Auto Connection" is selected
"INFORMATION"
on
is
the
screen.
Manual Connection
Bluetooth
phone
be manually connected using
registered Bluetooth phone in
can
function, if there is
a
"CONNECT PHONE"
is selected
on
screen
the the
the
and the "Manual Connection"
the "INFORMATION"
screen.
In these cases, you would try to connect from the
registered list at "CONNECT PHONE".
Notes
Touch the
button in the current
screen
to exit
previous
screen.
A maximum of 6 Bluetooth
phones
can
be
registered
at one
time.
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
33
operation
Bluetooth
operation
BT Info.
You
(Bluetooth Information)
check the Bluetooth
can
information.
phone
Rename
You
can rename
the Bluetooth
phone
name.
End
Exit
previous
screen.
Show/Hide
You
select whether bluetooth
can
search the LAN-9600R
Enter
name
is
or
phones
are
able to
not.
displayed
button
Keypad
Confirm the entered
name
Changes
between number and
Inserts
space at the cursor
a
Delete the
previous
symbol
position
character at the
lists
position
cursor
Erase all entered character
Note
button in the current
Touch the
screen
to exit
previous
screen.
PHONE BOOK
You
can
view all
entry's
numbers
by Phone, Home, Office.
Search
Enter
a
part of registration number
entry you want.
or
letter to search
a
contacts
-
Please
see
page 34 for details
(BT Info.).
Add
You
can copy the phone book entries
memory of phone to the unit.
are
on
the
1.
The
2.
When you choose "Telephone No. Item Transmission" in
the bluetooth phone, you can search LAN-9600R.
(The
"waiting..."
bluetooth
screen
phone
displays
on
the
supplied
screen.
control method may differ
according
manual.)
Bluetooth phone.
to the manufacturer. Refer to the Owner's
3.
4.
"Sending the phone number" in
telephone number is transmitted to
from the Bluetooth phone.
Press
The
34
the LAN-9600R
Bluetooth
Delete All
You
can
delete all the list.
Edit
You
can
(Pop-up
display
the "INFORMATION"
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
screen.)
Note
If the hands-free
or
headset connection has
already
made, disconnect the corresponding connection
contacts entry.
been
to add a new
35
operation
Bluetooth
operation
INFORMATION
You
can
view all
(PHONE BOOK)
numbers
entry's
or
select which
phone
number is dialed when you default dial the phone book
entries. (If the entry has more than one phone number.)
From this screen, you can make
calling number.
call
a
as
displayed
here and
set up a
Note
When
connecting to a phone,
already.
the hands-free connection
should be made
Making
a
call
different ways to make calls with this unit.
To make a call by entering numbers on your number buttons.
There
1.
are
Enter the
phone
number you want to call,
by touching
the
number buttons.
2.
Touch the "SEND" button to make
phone
3.
a
call to the entered
number.
When you
are
finished, touch the "END" button.
Notes
Touch the "SEND" button for
long
to make a call from a
latest call.
The user's recent call
history applies only
connection.
call from
(Making
headset connection
Bluetooth
a
depends
a
on
to the hands-free
recent call with the
the call
history
of the
phone.)
The headset connection allows
only making
a
call from
a
recent call.
Making
a
call with
speed
dial numbers
a speed dial numbers, press "SEND" for
pressing the speed dial number assigned to the
Bluetooth phone, or press the last digit of the speed dial
number for long.
To make
a
long
a
call from
after
When
making a call from the speed dial number 10, press
10 and press "SEND" button for long.
When making a call from the speed dial number 10, press 1
and press 0 for long.
Note
Make
phone
sure
that the
speed dial functionality
using.
is enabled before
36
in the Bluetooth
Bluetooth
calls
Answering
When you receive a call, your
incoming call message.
1.
The "CALL FROM"
2.
Touch the
screen
phone rings
appears
on
and
the
display
an
screen.
"Accept" button to answer the call.
reject a call, touch the "Reject"
If you want to
button.
Notes
If the Call-ID service is
available, the caller's phone number
displayed.
If the phone number is in the phone book, phone book
entry's name is display.
If the incoming call is from a number stored in your
Contacts, the entry's name is displayed. The caller's phone
number may also be displayed, if available.
If "Rejecting" function is unusable, then the phone
connected to the device does not support the rejecting calls
is
function.
Making
Your unit
a call from recent calls
keeps a record of your recently
received and dialed
calls.
Touch and hold the "SEND" button.
Changing between car speaker
n
phone during a call
and Bluetooth
When you turn the car speaker on, your unit displays the
button in the screen. The car speaker remains on until you
button.
press the
Note
If you make
erase one
a
mistake while
digit
dialing,
touch the
button to
at a time.
37
operation
Radio
SRC
RSE
(RDS) operation
BAND
to the radio stations
Listening
Press the "SRC" button to select the radio.
1.
Press the "BAND"
2.
repeatedly
The mode switches
as
to select a band.
follows.
FM1tFM2tFM3tMW
Seek
3.
tuning
:
Touch the ?m
The tuner will
or M?
scan
the
buttons.
frequencies
until
broadcast with
a
strong enough signal is found.
Manual
tuning
Touch the m
:
or M
buttons
until
repeatedly
a
preset
number you want is selected.
AS
(Auto
search
memory)
This function lets you automatically store the 6 strongest
broadcast frequencies.
Select the band
1.
a
(FM1, FM2, FM3, MW)
you want to store
station into.
Touch the "AS" button.
2.
Local stations with the strongest signals are searched and
automatically in the selected radio band.
stored
To cancel, touch it
3.
again.
and recalling stations.
easily store up to 6 preset stations for later recall
Storing
You
can
the touch of
1.
at
button.
Select the band
a
2.
a
(FM1, FM2, FM3, MW)
you want to store
station into.
Touch the m
or M
buttons to select the desired
frequency.
3.
Touch and hold
one
of the number buttons
(1-6).
The preset station information will be displayed.
The selected preset station has been stored in memory.
4.
Repeat steps
2 and 3 to
preset other stations.
Next time, if you touch the number button
the station is recalled from the memory.
(1-6),
Notes
As FM1, FM2, FM3 have the same
18 stations can be preset for FM.
When
a
number
frequency
range, up to
station is preset on the preset station button
which another station of the same band has
on
already been preset, the previously preset
automatically erased.
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station is
Radio
RDS
(RDS) operation
display options
The RDS system is capable of transmitting a wide variety of
information in addition to the initial call sign that appears
when
a
station is first tuned. In normal RDS
operation
the
will indicate the station name, broadcast network
call letters.
display
or
AF
(Alternative Frequencies for the actual program)
(Traffic Announcement Identification)
PTY (Program type recognition)
RT (Radio text recognition)
PS (Program Service name)
PI (Program Identification) : contains additional information
for regional program operation
TP (Traffic Program Identification)
TA
AF
(Alternative frequency)
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.
This
means :
wherever you drive, you
to the same program without
1.
Touch the "AF" button.
2.
"AF ON" appears on the screen.
To cancel, touch it again.
Station C broadcasting
frequency C.
Station A broadcasting
frequency A.
B.
continue to listen
on
Station D broadcasting
frequency
D.
on
Station B broadcasting
frequency
can
interruptions.
on
Station E broadcasting
frequency
E
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on
on
Radio
(RDS) operation
TA
(Traffic
This is
announcement
ON/OFF
an
identification)
switching signal
traffic announcement is
on
that indicates when
a
air.
Touch the "TA" button.
1.
The "TA ON" appears
To cancel, touch it
2.
PTY
You
the
on
screen.
again.
(Program type recognition)
1.
select your favorite program type.
Touch the "PTY" button.
2.
The PTY list
3.
Touch
4.
Touch
5.
"PTY SEARCH" appears
6.
To cancel, touch "Off" button.
can
one
(Music
displays
in the
screen.
of your favorite program types.
Speech)
or
one
of your favorite PTY code
on
the
name.
screen.
REGION
1.
Touch the
2.
The "ON" appears
To cancel, touch it
ON
"Region"
button.
on
the
Network-Tracking
:
screen.
again.
is activated.
The unit switches to another station, within the same
network, broadcasting the same program when the
receiving signals
OFF
from the current station become weak.
Network-Tracking
:
is activated.
The unit switches to another station, within the same
network when the receiving signals from the current
station become
differ from the
weak.(In the mode, the
currently received.)
program may
one
Notes
RDS is
In
only
some
available for FM
reception.
areas, the PTY search will not work
button in current
Touch the
screen.
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screen
correctly.
to exit the
previous
Radio
R-TEXT
(Radio
text
recognition)
The radio station's information is
1.
Touch the "R-Text" button.
2.
To cancel, touch it
Radio text appears
on
(RDS) operation
the
displayed
on
the
screen.
screen.
again.
Note
Some RDS stations may not choose to include some of these
additional features. If the data required for the selected mode
is not
being transmitted,
the
screen
will show
a
"Radio Text
Information" message.
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CD/MP3/WMA
operation
Playing
an
audio CD and MP3/WMA disc
The disc is drawn in and
play
starts
automatically.
Notes
The unit
can play MP3/WMA formatted recordings on
CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW (DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R,
DVD-RW, DVD+RW) discs.
MP3/WMA Disc
compatibility
with this unit is limited
as
follows:
1.
Sampling Frequency
(WMA)
2. Bit rate / within 8
4.
-
48 kHz
(MP3)
8
-
44.1 kHz
320 kbps (include VBR)
kbps (WMA)
CD-R/CD-RW physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3/WMA files using software which cannot
create a FILE SYSTEM, for example "Direct-CD" etc., it will
not be possible to playback MP3/WMA files.
We recommend that you use "Easy-CD Creator" which
(MP3)
3.
/ 16
-
5 -160
creates an ISO9660 file
system.
Customers should also note that
permission
is
required
in
order to download MP3/WMA files and music from the
Internet. Our company has no right to grant such
should always be sought from the
permission. Permission
copyright owner.
Skip
to the next track/file
Touch
briefly
Skip
to the
Touch
briefly
the M? button to select the next track.
previous track/file
the ?m button within 3 seconds of
Return to the
Touch
briefly
beginning
playing
time.
of the current track/file
the ?m button after 4 seconds of
playing
time.
Search
Touch and hold the m
then release at the
Skip
to the
This functions
Touch
briefly
or
point
M buttons
during playback
you want.
previous folder/next
only
the b
for
or
folder/the next folder.
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MP3
WMA
folder
.
B buttons to select the
previous
and
CD/MP3/WMA
Locating
You
a
folder/file
display
can
using
the list
the folder list/track list before
This is available
only
for
MP3
WMA
1.
Touch the "LIST" button
2.
Touch the folder button you want.
Touch the file you want. The file will be
3.
Touch the
to
starting
play.
.
during playback.
played.
button to select upper folder.
button in current
Touch the
screen
to exit
previous
screen
Touch the
buttons to select the list you want to
or
view.
Previous/Next page of the list.
:
If you want to
buttons.
classify by kind,
press the
or
,
REPEAT
Touch the
"Repeat" button during playback.
changes as follow.
The item
OFF
t
TRACK...
OFF
t
ONE
TRACK
:
ONE
:
FOLDER
:
OFF
:
t
CD
FOLDER...
MP3
WMA
Plays repeatedly the current track.
Plays repeatedly the current file.
Plays repeatedly all tracks of the current
Cancels repeat play.
folder.
SHUFFLE
To uch the "Shuffle" button
The item
changes
as
OFF
t
ON...
OFF
t
FOLDER...
ON
:
FOLDER
:
OFF
:
during playback.
follow.
CD
Plays
Plays
MP3
WMA
all files
the disc.
all files
the current folder.
randomly on
randomly on
Cancels SHUFFLE play.
SCAN
Touch the "Scan" button
The item
OFF
ON
t
changes
ON...
:
as
during playback.
follow.
CD
Plays
the first 10 seconds of all tracks
disc.
OFF
:
Cancels
scan
play.
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on
the
operation
CD/MP3/WMA
operation
INFORMATION
Touch the "Information" button
When
playing
a
disc
during playback.
containing information,
you
can see
the
CD TEXT/ID3 TAG information.
In a CD TEXT, some information about the disc (disc title,
performer and track title) is recorded.
In a ID3 TAG, some information about the file (album title,
Performer name, song title, recording year, music genre and
a brief comment )is recorded.
This unit can show ID3 TAG (artist name, title name, album
name).
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DVD/VCD
Playing
a
DVD/VCD disc
The disc is drawn in, and "Disc reading" appears on the
display window, and playback starts automatically.
If
playback
does not start, press the B button.
Notes
It takes several seconds for the unit to detect
In
If
some
"
cases, the disc menu
"
on
appears
might
disc type.
a
appear instead.
the screen, the disc cannot accept the
you have tried.
DVDs may have a region code.
operation
Your unit will not
play
which discs have
a
region
code
different from your unit. The region code for this unit is "2"
When VCD with PBC is detected, the PBC indicator appears
on the screen.
If
menu screen
A
menu screen
Video 2.0
offering
displayed
first after
loading
only
for
DVD
or V
:
Move
a cursor
Move
a cursor
to up or down.
to left or
Enter to sub
menu.
Cancels the functions.
Touch the "ENTER" button to start
This is available
1.
only
for
VCD
playback.
.
Touch the number 0~9buttons, then confirm.
:Moveamenubartoupordown.
: Return to the previous screen.
:
Cancels the functions.
Enter to sub menu.
Touch the "ENTER" button to start
:
2.
or
title/chapter
:
2.
DVD
.
buttons to select the
right.
:Moveamenubartoupordown.
:
a
a menu.
Touch the b, B, v
you want to view.
:
displayed
may be
This is available
1.
is
playback.
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operation
DVD/VCD
operation
Play
Touch the B button to start
playback.
Stop
Touch the x button to stop.
Pause
1.
Touch the ** button
2.
To return to
during playback.
playback, press the B button.
Skip
to the next
Touch
briefly
Skip
to the
Touch
chapter/track
the M? button to select the next
chapter/track.
previous chapter/track
the ?m button within 3 seconds of
briefly
Return to the
beginning
playing
time.
of the current
chapter/track
Touch
the ?m button after 4 seconds of
briefly
playing
time.
Search
Touch the m
or M buttons repeatedly
required speed (X2, X4, X8, X16, X100).
to select the
Notes
With
a
VCD, the Search speed changes
speed, press the
To return to the normal
MENU
The
DVD
/ VCD MENU
:
(X2, X4, X8, X16)
B
button.
VCD
may contain camera angles, spoken
subtitle options and chapters for the title.
menu
1.
Touch the
2.
The setup screen displays on the screen.
Touch the "MENU (VCD MENU)" button.
3.
4.
screen
language,
during playback.
Touch the v,V,b or B button to select a title you want.
Touch the "ENTER" button to start playback.
ENTER
:
Enter to sub
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menu
/
Playback.
DVD/VCD
SEARCH
Use the number buttons to select the
chapter
or
title you want
to view.
1.
Touch the
2.
The setup screen displays
Touch the "Search" button.
screen
The number
3.
during playback.
screen
on
displays
the
on
screen.
the
screen.
Touch the number 0~9buttons, then confirm.
:
Move
a cursor
to the desired information
point.
(TITLE/CHAPTER/TIME)
: Delete the inputted number(s).
:
4.
Enter to sub
menu.
Touch the "ENTER" button.
AUDIO
This is available
only
for
DVD
.
Touch the "Audio" button
during playback.
languages, you
language during playback.
If the disc contains multi-audio
a
different audio
can
change
to
SUBTITLE
This is available
only
for
DVD
.
Touch the "Subtitle" button
during playback.
If the disc contains multi-subtitle languages, you
to a different subtitle language during playback.
can
change
ANGLE
This is available
Touch the
only
"Angle"
camera
DVD
.
button
during playback.
multi-angle views, you
angle during playback.
If the disc contains
different
for
can
change
47
to a
operation
DVD/VCD
operation
REPEAT
Touch the "REPEAT" button
during playback.
The
follows.
menu
item
changes
OFF
t
CHAPTER
OFF
t
TRACK
CHAPTER
:
TITLE
:
TRACK
:
ALL
:
OFF
:
t
t
as
TITLE...
ALL...
DVD
VCD
repeatedly the current chapter.
repeatedly the current title.
repeatedly the current track.
repeatedly all files on the current
Cancels repeat play.
Plays
Plays
Plays
Plays
disc.
Note
If you change the source, turn the power off or eject the disc.
Next time you select the DVD/CD player as the source or turn
the power on, disc
play back
playback stoped previously.
starts from where
Using
This is available
only
It is the function to
for
use
DVD
.
at the appears
requiring
menu
selection, while playing DVDs.
(The
various
DVD title
The
playing displays
during playing.)
appears on the
46
for details.
page
menu screen
Please
see
are
48
required
screen.
at the recorded
DivX
Playing
a
DivX disc
The disc is drawn in, and "Disc reading" appears on the
display window, and playback starts automatically.
If
does not start, press the B button.
playback
Notes
DivX disc
with this
compatibility
is limited
player
as
follows:
Available resolution size of the DivX file is under 720x576
(W
x
H) pixels.
The file
name
of the DivX subtitle has
a
length
of 40
characters.
If there is
may be
impossible
displayed as
If the number of the
code to express in the DivX file, it
mark on the display.
"
"
_
screen
this unit may not operate
frame is
over
30 per 1
second,
normally.
If the video and audio structure of recorded file is not
interleaved, either video
Playable
DivX file
Playable Subtitle
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
:
or
audio is output.
.avi, .mpg, .mpeg
format
SubRip(*.srt/*.txt)
SAMI(*.smi)
SubStation Alpha(*.ssa/*.txt)
MicroDVD(*.sub/*.txt)
SubViewer 1.0(*.sub)
SubViewer 2.0(*.sub/*.txt)
TMPlayer(*.txt)
Playable Codec
format
"DIVX3.xx", "DIVX4.xx", "DIVX5.xx", "XVID", "MP43",
"3IVX".
Playable
Audio format
"Dolby Digital", "PCM", "MP3", "DTS"
Sampling frequency: within 8 48 kHz (MP3),
Bit rate: within 8 320kbps (MP3)
-
-
-
-
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operation
DivX
operation
Play
Touch the B button to start
playback.
Stop
Touch the x button to stop.
Pause
1.
Touch the ** button
2.
To return to
during playback.
playback, press the B button.
Skip
to the next file
Touch
briefly
Skip
to the
Touch
briefly
the M? button to select the next file.
previous
file
the ?m button.
Search
Touch the m
or M buttons repeatedly
required speed (X2, X4, X8, X16).
Locating
You
can
a
folder/file
display
using
the list
the folder list/file list before
starting play.
during playback.
1.
Touch the "LIST" button
2.
Touch the folder button you want.
Touch the file you want.
3.
The file will be
Touch the
to select the
played.
button to select upper folder.
button in the current
Touch the
screen
to exit
previous
screen.
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
:
Previous/Next page of the list.
When you want to classify the list as kind of file (music file,
movie file or photo file), press the desired file button among
the
,
or
50
buttons.
DivX
REPEAT
Touch the "REPEAT" button
The item
OFF
t
changes
ONE
ONE
:
FOLDER
:
ALL
:
OFF
:
t
as
during playback.
follows.
FOLDER
t
ALL...
Plays repeatedly the current file.
Plays repeatedly all files of the current
Plays repeatedly all files of the current
Cancels repeat play.
folder.
disc.
AUDIO
Touch the "Audio" button
during playback.
languages, you
language during playback.
If the disc contains multi-audio
a
different audio
can
change
to
SUBTITLE
Touch the "Subtitle" button
during playback.
languages, you
language during playback.
If the disc contains multi-subtitle
to a different subtitle
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can
change
operation
Photo
operation
Playing photo
files
The Photo viewer lets you view pictures from your device.
This application recognizes JPG files.
The
previous Image
display the previous
and next
or
next
Image arrow keys lets you
image in the sequence of image
files located in the selected folder.
The "Rotate" buttons lets you move the image clockwise
(or count clockwise). Each touch rotates the image 90
degrees.
The Slide Show button lets you view all JPG
current folder in Slide Show mode.
Photo viewer shows all
automatically
pictures
images
in the
in full-screen mode
at a certain rate.
Picture format
The Load Failure
warning message is displayed when the
image file is too large. The picture format is not supported
warning message is displayed when the image file is not
saved in JPG format.
JPG
5120
:
Image
x
3840
file size should
(Baseline)
Touch the
or
use
2048
less than 2M
x
1536
pixels as
(Progressive).
button to select the upper folder.
button in the current
Touch the
screen
to exit
previous
screen
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
:
Previous/Next page of the list.
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USB
Playing
a
USB device
FLIP
Plug the USB device, "USB detected" appears on the
display window, and playback starts automatically.
If
playback
Locating
can
a
folder/file
display
using
a
Touch the "LIST" button
2.
Touch the folder button you want.
Touch the file you want.
3.
The file will be
Touch the
starting
to
play.
during playback.
played.
button to select upper folder.
button in the current
Touch the
screen
to exit
previous
screen.
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
:
Previous/Next page of the list.
When you want to classify the list as kind of file (music file,
movie file or photo file), press the desired file button among
the
,
or
buttons.
Notes
Don't
via
a
remove a
MP3
player
or
memory stick while
playing
USB device.
Some memory sticks or devices may not be
depending on the type of memory.
recognized
Card reader does not support.
The total number of files and folders
on
the memory should
be less than 999.
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CLOSE
EJECT
the list
1.
DISP
ARROW
SRC
USB memory device is
the folder list/track list before
TILT
VOL
does not start, press the B button.
The way to use the files recorded in
the same as when using a DISC.
You
operation
RSE
BAND
RDS
PHONE
EQ
Basic
GPS
GPS
navigation
GPS
GPS
What is GPS?
The Global
Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based
navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites
placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense.
GPS was originally intended for military applications, but in
the 1980s, the government made the system available for
civilian use.
GPS works in any weather conditions,
anywhere
in the
world,
24 hours a
There
are
Memory
day.
no subscription
fees
setup charges
or
to use GPS.
navi mode
While the map disc is inserted, you can store the data
map disc into the memory of the navigation unit.
on
the
If the map disc is removed from the navigation unit after the
data is stored, navigation is performed using the data in the
memory (memory navi mode).
In the memory navi mode, you can play a music CD or DVD
on the navigation unit while navigation is taking place.
video
The
operation
is
automatically
switched to the memory navi
navigation unit.
mode when the map disc is removed from the
Navigation
in the memory navi mode
During the memory navi mode, navigation is
only using the data read into the memory.
Therefore,
some
navigation using
functions
are
the map disc
restricted
(DVD
navi
performed
compared
mode).
with
Notes
The
user may download map data for more than
in memory. The MAP DISC is used if traveling to
country than the country saved in the memory.
It is therefore recommended to
traveling
a
country
a
different
Map Disc when
downloading the map
use
to other countries after
mainly use in the memory.
It is possible to search paths to other country areas by
using a map in memory but path guide is not provided.
During map disc operation, the speed may be lower
depending on the function being used.
the
user
to
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for
Basic
navigation
NA
Installing
the
new
map data in the memory
If you want to use these functions, please insert the map disc
In addition, you may need to insert the map disc and
store new data in the memory during navigation operation,
again.
such
as
when the destination is far away.
1.
Insert the DVD map disc to the disc
2.
Touch the "NAVI/MENU" button.
3.
Touch the "SETUP" button.
4.
Touch the "Download" button.
5.
Touch the map you want to download.
6.
Touch the "Download" button.
7.
Touch the "OK" button
8.
The map data from the map disc is download into the
9.
Touch the "OK" button when the installation
memory of the
screen
is
navigation
loading
slot.
unit.
complete
displayed.
Notes
More than
a
of the map,
country
can
be selected
depending
by country.
During download,
take
care
not to power off.
55
on
capacity
NAVI
VI
MENU
Menu and
NAVI
MENU
Map display
Map
mode
1.
start map
Press the "NAVI" button to select the
2.
The map
Displays
screen
displays
on
the
navigation.
screen.
The current location of your vehicle.
The arrow indicates your heading, and the
automatically
display
moves
you drive.
as
Scroll location.
The
cross hairs indicate a position on the map when you
scroll away from your current location.
Please see page 59 for details. (Scrolling the map display)
-
indicator.
Compass
(The red arrow indicates north.)
changes the map's display direction.
Heading up or 3D)
The map display always has north at the top
Each touch
(North
up,
North up :
of
screen.
: The map display always shows the vehicle's
proceeding towards the top of the screen.
: The map displays always the basic outline and details
surrounding roads and general area.
Heading
up
direction
as
3D
the
of
DVD mode
Volume command is
impossible.
GPS status indicator
You
can
check
reception signals
from the GPS satellite, such
longitude and
information about your satellite fix, latitude,
speed of your car.
as
The color of the icons indicates the
signal reception status.
signals are actually
The green represents a satellite whose
being used for positioning.
The red
means
in
currently
Latitude
-
that
signals are being picked
positioning.
up but
use
for
The
angular distance, measured north of
a point on the earth's surface.
are
not
south
from the equator, of
Longitude
surface,
-
as
The
particular point
Speed
or
-
angular
distance east
or
west on the earth's
measured in
to the
degrees from the meridian of a
prime meridian of Greenwich, England.
The rate of movement,
miles per hour.
56
as
expressed by
kilometers
Menu and
A communication
traffic information
Information such
the
on
When
Map display
system for informing drivers of the latest
using
as
FM
traffic
multiplex broadcast.
jams or accidents can
be checked
display.
a
route has been
calculated, touch
to check whether
there is any traffic jam or closure information on your route.
When no route has been calculated, touch to display the
traffic list.
-
Please
see
Area for
page 76 for details.
a
RDS-TMC station with
a
RDS-TMC station with poor
a
RDS-TMC station with
good reception.
:
Black.
Area for
reception.
:
Gray
Area for
(When
there is
Area for
(When
Map
a
new
broadcasting.
RDS-TMC station with
there is
no new
:
Green/Red)
good reception.
-
can
reduce the
menu
by
distance.
to a shortcut icon.
can register the current position receiving
position if you scroll down.
Please
You
can
see
signal
or
Please
a
GPS
signal
page 62 for details.
search for
surrounding
lot, hospital, etc) around the
-
color)
scale indicator.
You
or
No
broadcasting.
This map scale is indicated
You
good reception.
facilities
current
(for example, parking
position receiving a GPS
if you scroll down.
page 64 for details.
position
see
Zoom in / Zoom out indicator
The current map scale is indicated by the map scale indicator
toward the bottom right of the map. You can easily increase
decrease the map scale (zoom in or zoom out) using the #
and 3 buttons on the Navigation commander. Each click
steps the scale up or down in the following order:
or
50mn100mn200mn400mn800mn1kmn
3kmn5kmn10kmn20kmn50kmn100kmn
200kmn400km
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Menu and
Map display
Whole route overview
You
check information about the route between your
can
current location and destination.
Drive in accordance with the
This
option
also
displays
screen
on-screen
and voice information.
instructions whenever the
system is in guide mode. Here, you will learn how
to interpret
presented to you on the screen, and
guidance information display.
the various information
how to customize the
This view indicates the distance to your next turn, and the
name of the next street immediately after completing the
previous
turn.
Voice and visual prompts
indicate your next turn or
intervals to
are displayed at varying
change of direction.
Guide mode
Mode in which
guidance is given as you drive to your
(the system automatically switches to this mode
as soon as a route has been set).
The map of your surroundings is shown on the left, and an
arrow indicating or illustration the direction of travel is shown
on the right.
destination
Note
When
no
sound
guide
comes
out
during path movement,
press the NAVI button.
A sound guide representing the current
Distance to the destination
If way points
When two or
(or
position
distance to way
is
produced.
point)
set, the display changes with each touch.
more way points are set, the distance to the
are
destination and the distance to the next way
The
remaining
travel distance
The
display changes
or
point
are
shown.
travel time.
with each touch.
Direction line
The direction towards the location is indicated with
line.
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a
straight
Menu and
Simulation mode
This is
a
demonstration function for
shops.
set, the simulation of the route guidance to
After
a
route is
a
destination is
at 60
Km, 120 Km,
automatically displayed.
[[:Pause
B:Play
-/+
Check the simulation mode
:
speed
180 Km and 240 Km.
Scrolling
the map
Touching anywhere
mode and the map
touched.
The
display
changes the map to Scroll
begins scrolling in the direction you
on
the map
when you release your
scrolling stops
finger
from the
At this
time, the scroll cursor appears at the centre of
the screen. To stop scrolling, release the finger touch and
allow it to return to the center position. Scrolling stops
screen.
immediately.
Notes
Pressing the "NAVI"
surroundings.
button returns you to the map of your
The closest road to the
screen
center is
highlighted
in the
and Destination button appears. Pressing
this button enables the search path as the destination of a
Scrolling Screen,
highlighted
If path has
road.
been
searched before, pressing the
screen will make a button to
already
"Destination" button the scroll
add the
WayPoint
appear, and if
pressing "WayPoint"
button, the "EDIT WAY POINTS" Screen will appear.
A location you choose as the endpoint of your journey.
can set a destination for easy and quick routing from any
current position.
you
You
points (locations you want to visit on
destination) and you can calculate the route
through these locations.
can
select way
way to your
pass
Route calculation starts
Return to the
previous
automatically.
map
screen.
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the
the
Map display
Menu and
NAVI
MENU
Map display
Marking your
It is
possible
first
to do a
journey.
path
search and
guide using
how to set
various destination.
Here
we
explain
how to set
a
destination
by using
address
search.
1.
Press the "MENU" button.
2.
Touch the "Address Search" button.
3.
The text entry palette appears on the screen.
Touch the first letter you need to input the name (City).
If there is only one letter that could possibly follow your
entry, that letter will automatically be entered.
4.
Touch the "OK" button.
5.
Touch the item from the list
6.
7.
Touch the first letter you need to
Touch the "OK" button.
8.
Touch the item from the list
9.
Input
(CITY LIST).
input
the
name
(Street).
(STREET LIST).
the house number and the touch "OK" button.
Note
If the house number you input is invalid, it will calculate a
route with the representative point of house number to your
destination.
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Menu and
10. The map
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
11 .Touch the "OK" button.
Route calculation starts
automatically.
12. The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW" screen appears on
the
screen.
13. Touch the "Guide" button.
14. To
guide you to your destination.
navigation will give you spoken
The
visual instructions
-
Please
see
on
the
instructions and
screen.
page 67 for details.
(Address Search)
Notes
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
Previous/Next page of the list.
:
button in the current
Touch the
previous
screen
to exit the
screen.
Selecting
your country
If the destination is in another
the country
country, you should changes
settings.
1.
Touch the "Zone" button.
2.
Touch the destination country and then return to the
previous
screen.
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Map display
Finding
NAVI
MENU
a
location with the
Modifying
the destination
The DEST. Menu
search and
Dest.,
This
as
as
Users
can
search for destination
path
by using
Address, POI, Nearest POI, Intersection, or
points such as Memory Points, Previous
stored set
also
provides
short-cut
menus
for set destinations
Home, Favorite1, Favorite2, Last Start Point that
be done at
a
Memory
Points
The
menu
to set various destinations for
destination.
as
menu
such
helps
guide.
functions such
previously
navigator
can
time.
can store up to 100 registered locations.
include home location, favorite places, and
destinations you have already registered.
Memory points
These
can
This
registered location information can also be modified.
registered locations can be calculated by touching
screen. Registering places you visit frequently saves your
Routes to
the
time and effort.
Whenever
to
"By
Users
You
pressing the button, the name of
or "By Time".
may arrange lists by name or time.
button is
changed
Name"
can
register
a new
POINTS" list. There
are
registration point in the "MEMORY
6 total setting methods for setting
destinations.
Delete all list.
To
change the information for the points already
registered or to delete it from the list is provided.
The MODIFY INFORMATION appears
-
Please
You
can
see
page 63 for details
previous
62
screen.
the
screen.
(MODIFY INFORMATION).
delete items from the list.
Return to the
on
Finding
location with the
a
MODIFY INFORMATION
:
Editing
a
location's
information
You
can
select
a
location from your list of stored "MEMORY
can save or edit points from this item.
POINTS". Also you
You
can
the
change
Entered
name
Keypad
button.
is
name.
displayed.
Erase all entered characters.
Delete the
Inserts
previous
character at the
cursor
position.
space at the cursor position.
Alternates between Number and Symbol lists.
a
Confirm the entered
You
can
name.
register the selected points
or Memory Points.
in "Home" "Favorite 1"
"Favorite 2"
-
Please
You
see
can see
page 70 for details.
and
modify
the
position
of the selected
point.
The map of the selected area and its surroundings appears.
Touch the screen to change its position, then touch the
"Modify"
button. The
position changes.
Touch the "Cancel" button to go to the
You
can
previous
select the sound type.
Touch the button you want from the items.
Voice, Bell, Warning, Mute
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screen.
navigator
Finding
a
location with the
POI
(Point
navigator
interest) Search
of
Name
City
, Name
Genre
(Category) , Name
(Category) ,
Genre (Category) , City ,
City
, Genre
Name
Name
Information about various features
(Point of Interest POI),
petrol stations, amusement parks or restaurants is
available. By selecting the category (or entering the POI
Name or City), you can search for a POI.
such
as
Name
:
Touch if you wish to first
City
the POI Name.
specify
the destination
specify
the category.
specify
the country.
:
Touch if you wish to first
Genre
Zone
city
or area.
:
Touch if you wish to first
(eg. ESP)
:
Touch if you wish to first
1.
specify
Touch the "POI Search" button.
The text entry
palette
appears
2.
Touch the "Genre" button.
3.
Touch the item from the list
POI's
If the
are
on
the
screen.
(GENRE LIST).
categories.
divided into several
category is
categories,
not sub-divided into more detailed
the list will not be
displayed.
4.
Touch the item from the sub list.
5.
Touch the "Name" button.
6.
Touch the letter you want to input the name.
If there is only one letter that could possibly follow your
entry, that letter will automatically be entered.
7.
Touch the "OK" button.
8.
Touch the item from the list
9.
The map
screen
appears
(POI LIST).
on
the
screen.
Note
If less than five POIs in
screen
for
inputting
64
a
subcategory
the POI
name
registered
displayed.
are
is not
the
Finding
a
location with the
10. Touch the "OK" button.
Route calculation starts
11
.
automatically.
The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW"
the
-
screen
appears
on
screen.
Please
page 58 for details.
see
(WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW)
Notes
Touch the
buttons to select the list you want to
or
view.
:
Touch the
Previous/Next page of the list.
button in current screen to exit
previous
screen.
Enter
name
Keypad
is
displayed.
button.
Erase all entered character.
Delete the
Inserts
previous
character at the
cursor
position.
space at the cursor position.
Alternates between Number and Symbol lists.
a
Confirm the entered
name.
Notes
If several items with
same name are
searched, only
a name
appears on the list as representing all of them. Total item
numbers with same results are displayed with the
parenthesis [ ]
mark beside the
name.
Selecting
the
relevant list, detailed selection items appear again.
By pressing the "Zone (eg. ESP)" button with the country
code
displayed,
However, you
in the
Memory
you can
select
can
change a country to change.
only the country saved in memory
mode.
If you touch "City" without entering the name of city or area,
you can check all the cities or areas, which you have
searched before.
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navigator
Finding
a
location with the
navigator
Post Code
You
choose
can
defines
post code
a
your destination. A post code
as
particular geographical area consisting of a number
of streets. After entering a zip code, you can view map
centering on the post code area, or narrow your search by
continuing to enter street and street number information.
a
If you know the post code of your destination, this may be the
way to locat it for route setting.
quickest
1.
Touch the "Post Code" button.
The text entry
2.
palette
appears
on
Touch the first letter you want to
the
screen.
input
the
name
(Post Code).
If there is only
one letter that could possibly follow your
will automatically be entered.
that
letter
entry,
If the category is not sub-divided into more detailed
categories,
the list will not be
displayed.
3.
Touch the "OK" button.
4.
Touch the item from the list
(CITY LIST).
5.
Touch the item from the list
(STREET LIST).
the house number and touch "OK" button.
6.
Input
7.
The map
8.
Touch the "OK" button.
9.
The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW"
screen
appears
Route calculation starts
the
-
on
the
screen.
automatically.
screen
appears
on
screen.
Please
see
page 58 for details.
(WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW)
Notes
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
Previous/Next page of the list.
:
button in the current
Touch the
previous
screen
to exit the
screen.
When
some sub-categories are selected, the corresponding
category is marked blue. When all the sub-categories within
a category are selected, that category is marked yellow.
Searching
range is
current location.
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approximately
10 km square from the
Finding
Address Search
location with the
a
:
Street
City
, Street
If you know the address of your
route to using it
destination, you
can
set a
.
Name
:
Touch if you wish to first
City
specify
the Street Name.
specify
the destination
:
Touch if you wish to first
city
or area.
Touch the "Address Search" button.
1.
The text entry
palette
appears
on
the
screen.
Touch the first letter you want to input the name (City).
If there is only one letter that could possibly follow your
2.
entry, that letter will automatically be entered.
3.
Touch the "OK" button.
4.
Touch the item from the list
5.
Touch the letter you want to
6.
Touch the item from the list
(CITY LIST).
input
the
(Street).
name
(STREET LIST).
the house number and touch "OK" button.
7.
Input
8.
Touch the "OK" button.
9.
The map
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
10. Touch the "OK" button.
Route calculation starts
11
.
automatically.
The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW"
the
-
screen
appears
on
screen.
Please
see
page 58 for details.
(WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW)
Notes
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
:
Touch the
previous
Previous/Next page of the list.
button in the current screen to exit the
screen.
If you touch
"City"
without
entering
the
name
of the
city
or
area, you can check the cities or areas, which you have
searched before.
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navigator
Finding
a
location with
navigator
a
Junction Search
1.
Touch the "Junction Search" button.
The text entry
palette
appears
on
the
screen.
2.
Touch the letter you want to input the name (STREET 1).
If there is only one letter that could possibly follow your
entry, that letter will automatically be entered.
3.
Touch the item from the list
4.
Touch the letter you want to
5.
Touch the "OK" button.
6.
Touch the item from the list
7.
The map
8.
Touch the "OK" button.
screen
appears
Route calculation starts
9.
(STREET LIST).
input
the
name
(STREET 2).
(STREET LIST 2).
on
the
screen.
automatically.
The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW"
screen
appears
on
the
screen.
-
Please
see
page 58 for details.
(WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW)
Notes
Unless two streets have
Touch the
or
an
intersection,
a
pop-up appears.
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
Previous/Next page of the list.
:
button in the current
Touch the
previous
screen
to exit the
screen.
If you touch "City" without entering the name of city or area,
you can check the cities or areas, which you have searched
before.
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Finding
Previous Dest.
a
location with the
(Previous destination)
The "Previous Dest" is
a convenient list of places that you
have routed to in the past. Up to previous destinations are
stored in the list, and you can register or delete particular
listings at any time. To set
listings, all you have to do
a
route back to one of these
is to select it from the list.
Touch the "Previous Dest." button.
1.
The
displays a list of your
destination from the list.
screen
Touch
2.
a
Whenever
to
"By
Users
previous
pressing the button, the name
or "By Time".
may arrange lists by name or time
destinations.
of button is
changed
Name"
Permanently
Changing
deletes the
listing
information for the
order.
from the list.
points already registered
or
to
delete it from the list.
You
can
register
You
can
delete
the selected list in
an
Memory
Points.
item from the list.
Cancels the function.
Notes
Touch the
or
buttons to select the list you want to
view.
:
Touch the
Previous/Next page in the list.
button in current screen to exit the
screen.
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previous
navigator
Navigation settings
Registering your
home and your favorite
location
If your home location is registered, the route home can be
calculated by a single touch of the Home button from the
can register two location, such as your
your favorite location, and the route is
calculated in a similar way.
menu.
Also, you
workplace,
as
can register your home location with the system. Doing
will make it very easy to route home from any location.
You
so
Sets up a starting point after arrival at the destination as a
new destination (this menu is used in return travel through
path).
This point is automatically registered
after searching for destination path.
You
can
select
A favorite is
a
a
70
in the Last Start Point
favorite from your list in the stored memory.
previously stored for quick and easy
destination
retrieval.
a
Navigation settings
Modifying
You
Route
the Route Calculation Conditions
change
can
the route calculation conditions
using
the
menu.
Cancel Route
If you
longer need to travel to
change your destination.
no
want to
your destination
or
if you
Route Overview
You
can
check information about the route between your
current location and your destination.
The "WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW"
screen
appears
screen.
Return to the
previous
map
screen.
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on
the
Navigation settings
ROUTE OPTIONS
Route Candidates
This
setting controls whether the system should calculate
only one route, or three routes.
1 : Only one route judged as being optimum by your
navigation is calculated.
3 : Only three route options are calculated.
Route Condition
Fast
Calculate
:
destination
Short
a
as a
Calculate
:
destination
as a
route with the travel time to your
priority.
a
route with the distance to your
priority.
Avoid
TOLL
This
:
areas)
setting
controls not-toll roads
(including
toll
that should be taken into account.
MOTORWAY
:
This
setting
controls not-motorways that
may be included in the road calculation. (A route using
motorways may be calculated in some cases, such as
when
setting
FERRY
:
your destination far
This
setting
controls
away.)
not-ferry crossings
that
should be taken into account.
Note
The avoid function is used to search for
a path to avoid Tolls,
Ferry crossings.
However, Toll, Motor and Ferry may be included in some
paths where bypass to the destination is severe.
Motorways
and
The route from the current
position
recalculated.
Return to the
previous
72
map
screen.
to your destination is
Navigation settings
Edit
Way
You
can
visit
on
Point
edit
(add, delete) way points (locations you want to
the way to your destination) and you can
recalculate the route to pass through these locations.
Whenever you set
a
way
point,
your
point
is
manually
added
to the "EDIT WAY POINTS".
Switch the
display to search for points. When you display the
map for a certain point after searching for it, you can touch
"ADD" to add that point to the way points. (You can add up to
in
five way
points
You
sort the way
point by
sort the way
point by original
can
total.)
distance from your current
position.
You
can
order from your current
position.
The route from the current
position
to your destination is
recalculated.
If
to
more
than two destinations exist, the v or V buttons allow
the up and down position of the list when clicking
change
items in the list. You
can
manually
re-arrange list
by using
button.
Using it to change information for the points already
registered or to delete it from the list.
Note
If
a
path
has been
already
searched before, pressing the
screen will make a button to
"Destination" button the scroll
add the "EDIT WAY POINTS"
screen
will appear.
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this
Navigation settings
Detour
As you follow the guidance provided by your Navigation, you
may wish to find an alternative route that avoids a certain
length
on
a
of the road ahead. For
example, you may hear
heavily congested.
the radio that the road ahead is
situations, "Detour" may be able
congestion by taking
a
In such
to find a route around the
less direct route at
upcoming
intersections.
1.
Touch the distance from the list.
You select the desired distance button,
"Do you want to
2.
Pressing
perform
asking
performs Detour.
automatically.
The "ROUTE OVERVIEW"
If
pop-up
the "OK" button
Route calculation starts
3.
a
Detour?" appears.
searching
is
appear at the
completed,
same
screen
appears
the initial
time. You
can
on
the
screen.
and
path
select
a
bypass path
desired path to
be used.
Notes
Depending
on
the road
layout,
the actual
length
of the
calculated detour may differ somewhat from the specified
distance. Also, the calculated detour may be longer than the
original route.
Depending on
the road
layout
and road conditions, the
Detour function may fail to find an alternative route.
In some cases, the detour route may overlap the original
route for some distance.
On the map
screen
operation.
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during
route
guidance, try
this
Navigation settings
Change
Start
Start is the function to
Change
simulating where
actually driving.
site
to drive
"Change Start
change the start point
using the navigation before
1.
Touch the
2.
The pop -up screen appears.
Touch the "Ok" button to where you want to
start
3.
4.
change
the
point.
The map screen appears on the screen.
Touch anywhere on the map.
You can change the direction of the starting
the
point by
button around the map.
Touch the "Ok" button.
pressing
5.
Point" button.
arrow
If you want to return to the current start
receives the GPS signal.
"Change Start
1.
Touch the
2.
The pop -up screen appears.
Touch the "GPS" button.
point
where it
Point" button.
Notes
If you set
a
start
point
and
a
destination, the navigation
map that shows you the route. In this operation,
the satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) is not
displays
a
used. Your current
position is not detected and
navigation does not keep track of your driving progress.
Use the Change start Mode for trip planning.
If you set a start point outside memory point, the simulation
will be limited.
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Navigation settings
Using
Traffic Information
NOTE
TMC not available in the UK
:
(RDS-TMC)
by the FM radio
through
System (TMC) on the display.
Such traffic information is updated periodically. When you
receive traffic information, the Navigation System
automatically displays an icon informing you of the traffic
You
can
check traffic information transmitted
service
the Radio Data
information. You
also select whether to recalculate the
can
route to avoid a traffic
jam.
TMC Event List
Traffic Information is
displayed
on
the
screen
in
a
list format.
This allows you to check how many traffic incidents have
occurred, their location, and their distance from your current
position.
Touching
an incident you want to see allows you to view the
detailed information about the incident. If the information
cannot be
displayed
remaining
information.
When
new
on one
screen, touch v or V to view the
traffic information is received, the current
changed, or old information has been removed,
information is
the list is
You
can
current
You
updated
to reflect the new situation.
sort the traffic information
by
distance from your
position.
can
sort the traffic information in
The traffic-related
position
is
alphabetical
displayed
on
order.
the map.
Notes
A line indicates the
It appears
lower.
only
length
of the traffic
when the scale
on
jam.
the map is 800
m or
Stop and go : Orange
Stopped traffic : Red
Closed/Blocked
:
black
Icon for traffic information appears
the map is 800 m or lower.
If there is
only
when the scale
on
a traffic jam on your route (at least 1 km ahead
ordinary road, while driving on the motorway, 3 km
ahead), the navigation system automatically searches for
detour possibility.
on an
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Navigation settings
Station Search
The RDS-Tuner of the
navigation system automatically
tunes to the radio station to receive available traffic
(RDS-TMC station). If reception is poor, you can
manually. Once the receiving radio
station is selected, the system automatically tunes to stations
that provide traffic information according to the location of the
information
switch to another station
vehicle.
can pre-select up to six TMC stations (Preset Station).
From the list of the TMC stations, you can select the one you
want to receive.
You
Available radio stations
If
a
radio station with
is
stopped.
a
can
be searched
good signal
automatically.
tuning
is found, the
mode
Store the current RDS-TMC station in the preset list. If there
are already 6 stations stored in the list, select one to be
overwritten.
Display
Icon
The
of the
name
traffic information items and list of
displayed
icons appears on the screen.
1. Select the type of traffic information to
2.
navigation system.
A yellow tick appears
display
with the
next to the selected traffic
information.
Touching
the "All" button selects all the traffic information.
Note
The traffic information in this section indicated the
types of traffic information
;
following
stop and go, stopped traffic,
closed/blocked roads.
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Navigation settings
TMC
Option
Auto Seek Mode
ON
:
When you receive traffic information, the
seeks.
Navigation
System automatically
OFF
:
Cancels the function.
Event Alarm
ON : Alarm sound
rings
if there
the direction of the vehicles
are
during
traffic
jam
sectors in
towards the
destination.
OFF
:
Cancels the function.
Dynamic
ON
:
Recalculation
This function is used to search for
a new path
jam if there are traffic jam sectors in the
traveling direction of the vehicles during towards
without traffic
forward
to the destination.
OFF
:
Cancels the function.
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Navigation settings
Display
Memory Points
: Displays on the screen points where
registered memory points in the memory.
ON
OFF
:
You
view at
a
can
hide all
points
the
from the main
user
navigation
stroke.
Track
You
set the
can
system
to
OFF
Do not
:
display tracking
Dimension
: The 2D view is the
2D
dots that show
display tracking
the route you have driven.
ON : Display tracking dots for all
journeys.
dots
straight-forward
two-dimensional
view. This is the default map view. In this view, the map is
dynamically updated, and allows for manual panning and
zooming.
3D
The 3D view is
:
a
simplified
three-dimensional view
the map in a basic 3D relief. It shows the basic
outline and details of the surrounding roads and general
showing
area.
ANGLE
You
can
set the map to an
Always
use
day-driving background
:
easily
viewable
angle.
Color
DAY
:
NIGHT
AUTO
when
:
:
Always
use as a
Switch to
headlights
colour.
night-driving background
colour.
night-driving background automatically
are
switched
on.
Guidance
Merge
ON
:
Alarm
rings if there are crossing-road points
traveling direction of the vehicle towards the
Alarm sound
the forward
in
destination.
OFF
:
Cancel the function.
Registered Point Alarm
: If the Memory Point
ON
in the forward
traveling
direction of the vehicle towards the destination, the alarm
sound rings.
OFF
:
Cancels the function.
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Navigation settings
Volume
Sound volume for the
To uch
Mute
+ or
:
-
navigation.
change the guidance volume.
to muting the sound volume can
buttons to
Items related
be set.
Notes
Volume of the audio
source
is
adjusted by
the VOL dial of
the unit.
During navigation,
press and hold the "NAVI" button to
drop
the volume.
Language
You
set the
can
Touch the
display language.
language you want to use.
System Options
Mode
Touch if you wish to select memory navi mode.
Touch if you wish to select DVD navi mode.
Please see page 56 for details.
:
:
-
Distance Unit
Km
Always display
:
Mile
and
Always display
:
and
in kilometers.
announce
announce
in miles.
Download
The
new map is downloaded to the navigation system using
the map disc.
Please see page 55 for details. (Install the map data in the
memory.)
GPS Information
Please
see
page 56 for details.
(Install
the map data in the
memory.)
Initialize
You
can
force all
80
settings
to return to their
factory setting.
Troubleshooting
Cannot
identify
the current location.
(GPS
not
GPS cannot be used indoors and must be connected to
vehicle in
receiving)
power source with ACC in
be received easily.
location where the
a
a
signal from the sky can
When initially connecting the GPS, it usually takes about 10 minutes to be working
normally, but the connection speed can differ depending on the weather condition, and
surrounding obstacles.
If the GPS connection is unstable for a long period of time, try the following.
Check if the product is connected to a power source.
Check if the back of the GPS product is in a location where the sky can be seen well.
If there are high buildings or if you are under a tree, move to a location where there aren't
a
any obstacles.
Check the GPS
receiving
condition from the GPS
Cannot hear the voice
menu.
guide.
Check that volume is set to Mute to very small volume in the setup menu.
No guide sound comes out in the case of straight sector or not in the guide time.
In this case,
There is
a
an
appropriate
sound in the current
difference between the
map in the
position
driving
if
pressing
the NAVI button.
road and the road
on
Even though GPS is usually very accurate, there is a small margin for error.
When the GPS receiver is installed, there can be an error of about 10m. But for
built roads, the problem could come from the data update to the map.
Cannot
the
product.
see
newly
the map.
Perhaps you cannot see the map even when you have executed the navigation menu.
This happens when the data within the memory is damaged. Delete all the data in the
memory and install the data again.
If the issue persists after installation, contact the A/S center.
Map
data is not
The information
The information
newly updated.
registered
registered
in the map data is not recent.
in the map data must be updated
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on a
regular
basis.
Troubleshooting
The
path guide can
(Path guide error)
be different from the actual
path.
When the road is
closely parallel.
road angle is very small.
there is an adjacent road when turning.
driving on a road that is narrowing fast.
driving through the mountain or where the road is too curvy.
the starting, passing and arriving locations are too close within 1km.
you have set the starting, passing or arriving location more than 1km
When the
When
When
When
When
When
splitting
away from
the road.
When
When
driving through the tunnel.
driving through high buildings.
Map matching
As mentioned, the GPS systems used by this Mobile Navigation System are susceptible to
certain errors. Their calculations may on occasion place you in a location the map where
no
road exists. In this situation, the processing system understands that vehicles travel
on roads, and is able to correct your position by adjusting it to a nearby road. This is
only
called map
matching.
With map
With
matching.
82
no
map
matching.
Troubleshooting
Cause
Symptom
Correction
Power doesn't
Leads and connectors
turn on.
properly
The unit doesn't
The fuse is blown.
are
not
connected.
Confirm
once more
connections
Rectify
the
are
that all
correct.
problem
that caused
the fuse to blow, and then replace
it. Be very sure to install the
operate.
correct fuse with the same rate.
Noise and other factors
are
Turn the unit off and then
on.
causing the built-in
microprocessor to operate
incorrectly.
is not
Playback
possible.
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.
83
Load
battery.
using another
new
Check
disc.
Troubleshooting
Language Codes
Use this list to
input your desired language
Subtitle, Disc Menu.
for the
following
initial
settings:
Disc Audio, Disc
Language
Code
7678
Language
Singhalese
Code
7074
Language
Lingala
Code
6566
Language
Fiji
Code
Abkhazian
Afar
6565
Finnish
7073
Lithuanian
7684
Slovak
8375
Afrikaans
6570
French
7082
Macedonian
7775
Slovenian
8376
Albanian
8381
Frisian
7089
7771
Somali
8379
Ameharic
6577
Galician
7176
7783
Spanish
6983
Arabic
6582
Georgian
7565
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
7776
Sudanese
8385
Armenian
7289
German
6869
Maltese
7784
Swahili
8387
Assamese
6583
Greek
6976
Maori
7773
Swedish
8386
Aymara
Azerbaijani
6588
Greenlandic
7576
Marathi
7782
8476
6590
Guarani
7178
Moldavian
7779
Tagalog
Tajik
Bashkir
6665
Gujarati
7185
Mongolian
7778
Tamil
8465
Basque
Bengali; Bangla
6985
Hausa
7265
Nauru
7865
Tatar
8484
6678
Hebrew
7387
7869
Telugu
8469
Bhutani
6890
Hindi
7273
7879
Thai
8472
Bihari
6672
Hungarian
7285
7982
Tibetan
6679
Breton
6682
Icelandic
7383
8065
Indonesian
7378
8083
Tigrinya
Tonga
8473
Bulgarian
6671
Nepali
Norwegian
Oriya
Panjabi
Pashto, Pushto
Burmese
7789
Interlingua
7365
Persian
7065
Turkish
8482
Byelorussian
6669
Irish
7165
Polish
8076
Turkmen
8475
Cambodian
7577
Italian
7384
Portuguese
8084
Twi
8487
Catalan
6765
Japanese
7465
Quechua
8185
Ukrainian
8575
Chinese
9072
Javanese
7487
Rhaeto-Romance
8277
Urdu
8582
Corsican
6779
Kannada
7578
Rumanian
8279
Uzbek
8590
Croatian
7282
Kashmiri
7583
Russian
8285
Vietnamese
8673
Czech
6783
Kazakh
7575
Samoan
8377
Volapuk
8679
Danish
6865
Kirghiz
7589
Sanskrit
8365
Welsh
6789
Dutch
7876
Korean
7579
Scots Gaelic
7168
Wolof
8779
English
Esperanto
6978
Kurdish
7585
Serbian
8382
Xhosa
8872
6979
Laothian
7679
Serbo-Croatian
8372
Yiddish
7473
Estonian
6984
Latin
7665
Shona
8378
Yoruba
8979
Faroese
7079
Latvian, Lettish
7686
Sindhi
8368
Zulu
9085
Code
Area
Code
Area
Code
8373
8471
8479
Area Codes
Choose
a area
Area
code from this list.
Code
AF
Area
ET
Malaysia
MY
Saudi Arabia
SA
FJ
Maldives
MV
SN
Finland
FI
Mexico
MX
France
FR
Monaco
MC
Senegal
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Germany
DE
Mongolia
MN
Slovenia
Great Britain
GB
Morocco
MA
South Africa
ZA
BO
Greece
GR
Nepal
NP
South Korea
KR
ES
Afghanistan
Argentina
AR
Ethiopia
Fiji
Australia
AU
Austria
AT
Belgium
BE
Bhutan
BT
Bolivia
SG
SK
SI
Brazil
BR
Greenland
GL
Netherlands
NL
Spain
Cambodia
KH
Heard and McDonald Islands
HM
Netherlands Antilles
AN
Sri Lanka
LK
Canada
CA
HK
New Zealand
NZ
Sweden
SE
HU
Chile
CL
Hong Kong
Hungary
Switzerland
CH
CN
India
IN
Nigeria
Norway
NG
China
NO
Taiwan
TW
Colombia
CO
Indonesia
ID
Oman
OM
Thailand
TH
Congo
CG
Israel
IL
Pakistan
PK
CR
Italy
IT
Panama
PA
Turkey
Uganda
TR
Costa Rica
Croatia
HR
Jamaica
JM
PY
Ukraine
UA
CZ
JP
Paraguay
Philippines
PH
United States
US
KE
Poland
PL
Uruguay
UY
Czech
Republic
UG
Denmark
DK
Japan
Kenya
Ecuador
EC
Kuwait
KW
Portugal
PT
Uzbekistan
Egypt
EG
Libya
Luxembourg
LY
Romania
RO
Vietnam
VN
LU
Russian Federation
RU
Zimbabwe
ZW
El Salvador
SV
84
UZ
Bluetooth
If
phone compatibility list
phone as described in this list meets requirements of Bluetooth Hand-free
Object Push Profile 1.1, it can operate. However, it is noted that we cannot assure for operation by function.
As difference in functional operation by model is mainly resulted from feature of a handfree phone, consult manufacturer of a phone if you have any question.
even a
Profile 1.0 and
Manufacturer
Model
Nokia
3230
Manufacturer
Model
Ericsson
W810i
Sony
6021
K700i
6230
K750i
6680
V800
Siemens
6630
SP65
8800
LG
N70
Samsung
Motorola
SL75
U8210
SGH-Z500
U8290
SGH-E7700
M4410
SGH-D600
KU730
SPH-V6900
KG800
L6
P7200
(L7)
S5200
V3
E1
85
Specifications
GENERAL
Output
Power...........................................................................................50W
x
4CH
(Max.)
Power Source ...........................................................................................................DC 12V
Speaker impedance.........................................................................................................4 Ω
Ground System
Negative
Dimensions (W x H x D).............................................................400 x 280 x 55 mm (Main unit)
Dimensions (W x H x D) ................................................256.8 x 163.8 x 40 mm (Hideaway unit)
Net Weight.................................................................................................2.28 kg (Main unit)
Net Weight .........................................................................................1.12 kg (Hideaway unit)
......................................................................................................
DISPLAY
LCD ..............................................................................................................7 inch TFT LCD
Resolution .............................................................................................................480 X 234
Back
Light ...............................................................................................CCFL type (L-type)
CD/DVD/VCD SELECTION
Frequency Response
......................................................................................20 Hz-20 kHz
S/N Ratio......................................................................................................................95 dB
Distortion ......................................................................................................................0.1 %
Channel
Separation (1kHz)
.........................................................................................70 dB
RADIO SELECTION
FM
Frequency Range.....................................................................87.5-107.9
or
87.5-108 MHz
S/N Ratio......................................................................................................................55 dB
Distortion .....................................................................................................................1.0 %
Usable
Sensitivity
...................................................................................................12
dBμV
AM
(MW)
Frequency Range .......................................................................520-1720
or
522-1620 kHz
S/N Ratio......................................................................................................................45 dB
Distortion ......................................................................................................................1.0 %
Usable
Sensitivity
...................................................................................................32
dBμV
NAVIGATION SELECTION
CPU........................................................................................................SPC5200CVR400B
OS.........................................................................................................................QNX v 6.3
SDRAM .......................................................................................................................64 MB
Memory (Map) .....................................................................................................2 GB CFC
Memory (OS) ..........................................................................................32 MB NOR Flash
Graphic .......................................................................................................Fujitsu Coral-PA
GPS ...........................................................................................................................GSC3f
Map ...........................................................................................................................Navteq
Map Update ........................................................................................................DVD ATAPI
User Interface ..................................................................................................Touch
86
screen
Support-Hotline
Update Software from
http://www.lge.com/support/software.jsp for free.
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For
can
download the
more
LG
information,
contact Call Centre or Website.
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070-233-557
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