LG | LAC-M0510RP | LG LAC-M0510RP Owner’s Manual

LAC-M0510R_ENG
Car CD/MP3 Receiver
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LAC-M0510R
Before
connecting, operating
adjusting this product,
booklet carefully and completely.
please
read this instruction
or
Table of Contents
AutoSearchMemory............................14
INTRODUCTION
TableofContents..................................2
SafetyPrecautions.................................3
BeforeUse......................................4-5
FrontPanel.......................................6
Installation.......................................7
Connections.....................................8-9
OPERATION
BasicOperation................................10-11
Turningtheuniton..............................10
Turningtheunitoff..............................10
Selectingasource..............................10
Adjustingthevolume............................10
Checkingtheclock..............................10
SOUNDAdjustment.............................11
RDSOperation.................................12-13
RDSDisplayOptions............................12
RDSAF/REGFUNCTION........................12
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PROGRAMTYPEFUNCTION.....................12
RDSMODEAdjustment..........................13
RadioOperation..................................14
Listeningtheradiostations.......................14
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and
recalling
broadcast
frequencies
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OperationwithAudioCD,MP3......................15-16
PlayinganAudioCDandMP3Disc.................15
REFERENCE
Troubleshooting..................................17
PREPARATION
LOCAL/DXselectioninEON-TAmode.
Storing
Specifications
Safety
Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Warning:
cover or
parts
To reduce the risk of electric
back of this
inside. Refer
Warning:
product. There are
servicing to qualified
To reduce the risk of fire
expose this
moisture.
shock, do
product
to
dripping
or
no
not
remove
the
user-serviceable
service
personnel.
shock, do not
splashing water, rain, or
or
electric
CAUTION:
This unit
employs
To
proper use of this product, please read this owner's manual
and retain for future reference should the unit require mainte-
carefully
nance, contact
Use of
use
Due to
the unit
only
high temperature
installed in
Caution: Protect this
Caution: If the
product
battery
outside of the
unit, please
a car.
To
Laser
System.
ensure
those
Warning:
a
an
authorized service location
controls, adjustments,
specified
or
the
(see
performance
service
of
procedure).
procedures
other than
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
prevent direct exposure
to laser
beam, do
not
try
to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
from moisture.
is disconnected
memory will be erased and must be
discharged,
reprogrammed.
or
the
preset
3
INTRODUC
Before Use
To
ensure
manual
carefully
Symbol
use
proper
of this
product, please
read this owner's
Notes
Handling
lightning flash symbol alerts you to the presence of
dangerous voltage within the product enclosure that may
constitute
a
other material
likely
damage.
to
cause
harm to the unit itself
?
This unit is
ground
notes and
?
?
and hints for
operating
features.
designed
making
the task easier.
to be
operated
system only.
replacing the fuse, be sure to
age rating is identical. Use of a fuse
cause serious damage to the unit.
a
tape
on
the contacts
on
on a
use
with
12 volt DC
negative
the
Never stick
dust
on
the disc
cloth.
Wipe
Do not expose the disc to
and never leave it in a parked
case.
poor picture quality
clean the disc with a clean
can cause
playing,
the disc from the center out.
the fuse whose amper-
higher
amperage may
the back of the front
cotton swap moistened with alcohol.
panel
with
Do not
strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
vinyl
use
records.
This unit cannot be
(using
4
by
the disc.
and sound distortion. Before
When
Periodically wipe
or
Cleaning Discs
Fingerprints and
the Unit
electrical
paper
that
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its
direct sunlight or sources of heat
car exposed to direct sunlight.
TIP
Handling
so
disc
or
NOTE
tips
edges
playback side of the disc. Hold the
fingerprints do not get on the surface.
risk of electric shock.
Indicates hazards
Indicates
Discs
Do not touch the
Used in this Manual
special
Discs
and retain for future reference.
The
Indicates
on
12cm disc
operated by
only).
8cm disc
8cm
Before Use
unit from theft
Protecting your
Attaching
The front
the
panel can be detached from the head unit
protective case provided to discourage theft.
1. Press RELEASE
()
to open the front
Grip
the left side of the front
panel
and
panel
and stored in
panel.
RELEASE
2.
the front
pull
it
(
)
Align the
right side
gently
left side of the
or
the
panel
panel
with the
stopper, and then push the
into the unit until it clicks.
outward.
Take
care
not to
3. Put the front
grip
panel
it
tightly
or
into the
to
drop
it.
protective
case
provided
for safe
keeping.
Protective
Front
case
panel
5
INTRODUC
Front Panel
1
2
3
17
18
1
2
3
?
VOLUME
?
CONTROL UP/DOWN button
EJECT
5
4
16
15
14
button
(VOL-/+)
button
(Z)
?
CD SKIP/SEARCH
?
SEEK/TUNE
(
(-/+)
/
button
)
button
6
13
SELECTION
11
AUTO STORE/PRESET SCAN
12
MP3 TRACK -/+10 button
13
SHUFFLE
14
CD disc slot
15
5
DISPLAY WINDOW
16
PTY/TA button
?
ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES/REGIONAL
?
?
DISPLAY
(DISP) button
(
) button
7
RELEASE
8
FUNCTION
9
EQUALIZER/XDSS
6
(FUNC)
button
BAND button
18
PWR/MUTE button
13
14
15
,,,,
button
9
button
(AS/PS)
button
(SHF) button
REPEAT (RPT) button
INTRO SCAN (SCAN) button
CD PLAY/PAUSE (
) button
17
12
button
(EQ/XDSS)
(AF/REG)
(SEL.)
8
10
10
4
6
11
12
7
16
Preset Station buttons.
(1-6)
Installation
Basic Installation
Before
make
installing,
the terminal of the
Bend the claws
sure
that the
battery
car
to
ignition-switch is set
avoid short-circuiting.
1.
Remove the
2.
Make the necessary connections.
3.
Install the installation sleeve.
4.
Install the unit in to the installation sleeve.
existing
Removing existing
If there is
already
to OFF and
remove
the thickness
of the
dashboard
receiver unit.
PREATION
receiver unit
installation sleeve for the receiver unit in the
an
to
according
dashboard,
it
must be removed.
When
removing
If you need to
1.
the unit from the installation sleeve
remove
Remove the
rear
2.
Remove the front
3.
Insert the lever
tion
the unit from the installation
as
follows.
supporter from the unit.
A
panel
and trim
into the hole
the other side and
on
sleeve, proceed
A
pull
ring
A
from the unit.
on one
side of the unit. Do the
same
opera-
out the unit from the installation sleeve.
ISO-DIN Installation
1.
Slide the unit into ISO-DIN frame.
2.
Install
3.
Slide the unit and frame into dash
4.
Install dash
5.
Install trim
6.
Install
screws
removed from old unit.
panel
ring
or
opening.
adapter plate.
to the unit.
faceplate by fitting right edge
into
position
then
pushing
left
edge
closed.
7
Connections
Connecting
Before
to Car
connecting,
make
sure
that
ignition
switch is set to
OFF, and
remove
the
terminal of the
battery
to avoid short circuits.
A
1 GND
B
(BLACK)
2 PHONE
(ORANGE)
3 DIMMER
(PINK)
4 TO IGNITION
DIMMER SWITCH
IGNITION
SWITCH
(RED)
5 TO BATTERY.
(YELLOW)
6 PWR ANT
(BLUE)
BATTERY
POWER
ANTENNA
1
2
7 REMOTE ON
(BLUE/WHITE STRIPE)
CONTROL
RELAY
POWER AMPLIFIER
(optional)
3
4
5
6
C
1
WHITE
2
WHITE/ BLACK STRIPE
3
GRAY
4
GRAY/ BLACK STRIPE
5
GREEN
6
GREEN/ BLACK STRIPE
7
VIOLET
8
VIOLET/ BLACK STRIPE
7
8
8
(FL +)
(FL -)
(FR +)
(FR -)
(RL +)
(RL -)
(RR +)
(RR -)
Connections
Connecting
to Car
From antenna
To the
wiring
1 BLACK
4 RED
of vehicle Colors of leads
:
This lead is for connection to the
phone
This lead is for connection to the terminal from
:
which the power is supplied when the
switch is set to ACC.
:
This lead is for connection to the
(back-up) terminal
always supplied.
6 BLUE
line.
This lead is for connection to the Dimmer line
:
5 YELLOW
L
This lead is for connection to the Ground.
:
2 ORANGE
3 PINK
Connections
Speaker
ignition
1
2
RL
FRONT
R
PREATION
REAR
C 34
56
78
Battery
from which the power is
This lead is for connection to the power antenna.
7 BLUE/WHITE STRIPE : This lead is for connection to the
:
amplifier
remote
on.
9
Basic
Turning
the unit
Press PWR/MUTE
or
Operation
Adjusting
on
any other button
on
the front
panel.
the volume
Use VOLUME to
Press VOLUME
Turning
on
the front
panel
for
more
than 1.2 second to
turn the unit off.
Checking
You
Selecting
You
can
→
CD
a source
?
a source.
repeatedly
→
you want to listen to.
to switch between the
following
?
sources:
Tuner...
NOTE
?
When you turn off, the unit is memorized automatically the current
volume level before you turn off. Whenever you turn on the unit, it will
operate
10
can see
the clock
the clock
pressing
DISP for
more
than 1 second.
NOTES
Press FUNC. to select
Tuner
or
a source
select
Press FUNC.
to increase
decrease the volume.
the unit off
Press PWR/MUTE
adjust the sound level.
(VOL+/-) button on the front panel
at the memorized volume level.
If the unit is received the RDS
broadcasting with CT (Clock Time) information, the clock will be shown automatically in the display window.
Unless, "NO CLOCK" appears in the display window.
Basic
SOUND
Using
The
Adjustment
the EQ
(Equalizer)
SELECTION
lets you adjust the equalization to match
acoustic characteristics as desired.
equalizer
There
3 stored
are
equalizer
curves
which you
can
car
easily
interior
1.
?
?
?
a
list of the
EQ POP
equalizer
recall at
2. Press EQ/XDSS
Press the SELECTION
the front
repeatedly
panel
2.
→
CLASSIC
music.
sound
ROCK
Turn
to select the
to select among
equalizer.
the following
VOL
→
FLAT
(NO display)
→
POP....
TRB
MUTE
BAL
1. Press MUTE to cut the sound.
2. To cancel it press MUTE
to select the mode
TRB
BAL
FAD
(VOL+)
or
DOWN
(VOL-)
adjust
the
Turn left
right
Increase the volume
Decrease the volume
level.
level.
Increase the bass
Decrease the bass
level.
level.
Increase the Treble
Decrease the Treble
level.
level.
Decrease the level of
Decrease the level of
the left
the
speaker(s).
right speaker(s).
FAD
Decrease the level of
Decrease the level of
the front
the
The unit cannot
adjust
again.
to
quality.
BAS
→
BAS
Press CONTROL UP
equalizer.
POP
(SEL.) repeatedly
curves:
Reproduces the acoustics of pop music.
EQ CLASSIC : Reproduces the acoustics of orchestral
EQ ROCK : Reproduces the acoustics of rock music.
on
Button
VOL
:
1. Press EQ/XDSS
(SEL)
you want to adjust from volume, bass, treble, balance and
fader. The mode indicator lights up in the following order.
any time.
Here is
Operation
speaker(s).
rear
speaker(s).
NOTE
the bass and treble in the EQ/XDSS
on
mode.
XDSS
(Extreme Dynamic
Sound
System)
Press and hold EQ/XDSS button to reinforce
round effect.
treble, bass and
sur-
11
OPERATION
RDS
RDS
Operation
PROGRAM TYPE FUNCTION
Display Options
In normal RDS
operation
the
display will indicate the station
front panel enables you to cycle
Pressing DISP on the
through the various data types
name.
in the sequence:
(CTtFREQUENCYtPTYtRTtPS)
CT (Time controlled by the channel)
PTY (Program type recognition)
RT (Radio text recognition)
PS (Program Service name)
PI (Program Identification)
AF (Alternative Frequencies for the actual program)
TP (Traffic Program Identification)
TA (Traffic Announcement Identification)
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
To select
ing
certain program type out of the
procedure can be operated.
1.
Press BAND to select in FM mode.
2.
After, pressing PTY button
?
a
one
by one
reception band,
activated
as
selecting
follow-
each
mode.
?
music
grouptspeech grouptsearch
off
?
3.
Press
one
of the PRESET
?
button is
?
pressed,
the
(1-6) button shortly. Each time
display mode changes as follow.
?
?
No
?
1.
?
2.
?
RDS is
available for FM
reception.
RDS AF/REG FUNCTION
To switch
5.
6.
Folk M
No
Speech
4.
only
on or
off the AF function
(Network-Tracking), shortly
1.
press the 'AF' button. To switch on or off the REG function
(Regional Network Tracking), press the 'AF' button longer than 2
2.
seconds.
3.
4.
LOCAL/DX selection in EON-TA mode
5.
In the EON-TA
mode, press the TA button for more than 2 seconds, causes only local and strong stations to be received. When
TA button is pressed for more than 2 seconds, it receives all stations, including distant and weak ones. It is recommended to set
TA button to the local
sound
12
quality.
position
to receive local stations with
good
Pop M, Rock M
Easy M, Light M.
Classics, Other M
Jazz, Country
Nation M, Oldies
3.
NOTES
Music group
6.
group
News, Affairs, Info
Sport, Educate, Drama
Culture, Science, Varied
Weather, Finance, Children
Social, Religion, Phone In
Travel, Leisure, Document
this
RDS
RDS MODE
1.
selecting
2.
TA SEEK mode
Adjustment
Press the SEL. button for
more
than 2 seconds it is activated
mode.
After, pressing SEL. button
one
by
one
activated
as
selecting
Press CONTROL UP
indicator.
When the newly tuned station does not receive TP information for
5 sec, the receiver retunes to next station
which has no same PI as the last station's, but has the TP
information.
TA ALARM mode
each mode.
3.
Operation
(VOL+)
or
DOWN
(VOL-)to
select the
When a newly tuned station has
double beep sound is ouput.
no
TP information for 5 sec,
PI SOUND mode
If the sound of a station with different PI is heard once in a while,
the receiver mutes the sound after 1 second.
PI MUTE mode
If the situation described above is occurred, the receiver mutes the
sound right now.
RETUNE L mode
The waiting time for starting TA search
Retune time is set to 90 seconds.
or
PI search is selectable.
RETUNE S mode
The waiting time for starting TA search or PI search is
selectable.Retune time is set to 30 seconds.
BEEP 2ND mode
The
beep
is
only generated
when
key
is
pressed long (1 sec)
BEEP ALL mode
The
beep
is
generated
when every
key
is
pressed.
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OPERATION
Radio
Listening
Operation
NOTES
the radio stations
1. Press PWR/MUTE button to turn the unit
-
performed if there is no station to be
When the automatic presetting is performed, the previous
preset stations are automatically erased.
?To stop the automatic presetting, press BAND or AS/PS
When you select
a source
on.
the unit is turned
3. Press BAND button to select
on.
To
band.
a
Press BAND button until the desired band is
displayed, FM1,
FM2, FM3, MW(AM).
4. To
perform
seek
press the
/
scan
the
with
quick
is not
tuned in.
preset stations
Press AS/PS button
To
button.
on
the front
panel.
stop the scanning, press AS/PS button.
preset stations
Press BAND to select the desired band and press the desired
number buttons (1-6).
The number of the
-
5.
the
scan
To tune in the
presses.
broadcast strong
frequencies until a
enough for good reception is found.
You can cancel seek tuning by pressing either the
/
with quick presses.
To perform manual tuning, press and hold the
/
for
second. And then press the
/
with quick presses.
The frequencies move up or down step by step.
-
The tuner will
tuning,
presetting
?
2. Press FUNC. button to select the tuner.
-
The
?
preset station button is displayed and the
preset station is received.
1
Storing
and
recalling
broadcast
frequencies
-
You
NOTES
?
easily
store up to six broadcast
with the touch of
When the selected
indicator will
can
frequency
is
being
broadcast in stereo,
"
button.
a
"
1. Select the desired
light.
Auto Search
2. Press
Memory
one
of the
strongest
3.
1. Press FUNC. button to select the tuner.
preset
displayed.
Repeat steps
1 and 2 to
NOTES
As F1, F2, F3 have the
preset for FM.
?
2. Press AS/PS button
-
The
on
the front
panel for about 1 second.
currently displayed frequency
scanning starts from the
higher frequencies and stops when 6 stations have been
preset or the receivable frequencies have been scanned
14
frequency
station buttons
seconds. The number of the
This function lets you automatically store the six
broadcast frequencies.
for later recall
frequencies
to
?
When
a
station is
station of the
once.
station is
same
pressed preset
6)
for
more
than 1
station button is
preset other stations.
frequency
automatically
on
the
range, up to 18 station
can
be
preset station button on which another
band has already been preset, the previously preset
preset
same
(1
-
erased.
with Audio
Operation
Playing
CD
The unit
Audio CD and MP3 Disc
an
Pause
MP3
can
CD
CD, MP3 Disc
MP3
1. Press PLAY/PAUSE
play
MP3 formatted
recordings
on
CD-ROM, CD-R
or
2. To return to
(B/X) during playback.
playback, press PLAY/PAUSE (B/X) again.
CD-RW discs.
Before
playing
Recordings on
MP3
recordings,
page 18.
read the notes
on
MP3
Moving
to another Track
Press the
or
/
to return to the
Press the
Search
MP3
briefly during playback to go to
beginning of the current track.
twice
(If playing times
operated.)
CD
briefly
to
step back
to the
the next track
previous
track.
is in less then 3 seconds and then this function is not
CD
Press and hold the
/
and then release at the
for about 1 second
point
during playback
you want.
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OPERATION
with Audio
Operation
CD, MP3 Disc
MP3 TRACK -10/+10
Repeat
1. Press RPT
during playback.
CD
The "RPT" appears in the display window.
(It is played repeatedly the whole music within
2. Press RPT
press the -10 button to go back to the previous
10th track, and press +10 button to go forward to the next 10th
track.
Durning playback,
MP3
disc)
again.
Intro
The "RPT"
disappears in the display
(The repeat mode is cancelled.)
window.
during playback.
CD
MP3
2. Press SCAN
(The
disc)
disappears in the display
(The random playback is cancelled.)
if you press
disappears in the display
scan is cancelled.)
ID3TAG
window.
MP3
playing a disc containing information, you can see the
information (ID3 TAG, Title, Artist and Album) in the display win-
button, you won't go back
to
dow. If there is
play
no
information "NO TEXT" will be shown in the dis-
window.
Press twice the DISP button
16
window.
When
NOTE
During random playback,
the previous track.
intro
disc)
again.
The "SCAN"
again.
The "SHF"
?
MP3
The "SCAN" appears in the display window.
(It is played first 10 seconds of the whole music within
The "SHF" appears in the display window.
(It is played redomly the whole music within
2. Press SHF
CD
1. Press SCAN.
Random
1. Press SHF
scan
during
MP3 file
playback.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Power doesn't turn
Correction
Cause
on.
The unit doesn't
Leads and connector
are
incorrectly
connected.
Confirm
Rectify
The fuse is blown.
once more
the
reason
the fuse. Be very
the same rate.
operate.
Noise and other factors
to
microprocessor
Playback
possible.
No sound
is not
The disc is
heard.
Cables
are
built-in
dirty.
The loaded disc is
are
causing the
operate incorrectly.
are
that all connections
for the fuse
sure
blowing,
are
correct.
then
replace
to install the correct fuse with
Turn the unit off and then
on.
Clean disc.
a
type this unit
not connected
cannot
correctly.
play.
Check what
type the disc is.
Connect the cables
correctly.
The volume level will
not rise.
There's
no
sound.
There's audio
skipping.
The volume level is low.
Adjust
This unit is not
Secure this unit
firmly
secured.
the volume.
firmly.
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REF NC
Specifications
MP3 Disc
compatibility
with this unit is limited
General
as
OutputPower.........................50Wx4CH(Max.)
follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sampling Frequency / 8 48kHz (MP3)
Bit rate / within 8 320kbps (include VBR) (MP3)
CD-R/CD-RW physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3 files using the software which cannot create
a FILE SYSTEM, for example "Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible
to playback MP3 files. We recommend that you use "Easy-CD
-
-
Creator" which creates
an
ISO9660 file
system.
PowerSource................................DC12V
Speakerimpedance................................4Ω
GroundSystem...........................Negativetype
Dimensions (W x H x D)182 x 51 x 173 mm (Without Front Panel)
NetWeight(approx.).............................1.8kg
FM tuner
FrequencyRange......................87.5-107.9MHzor
87.5-108 MHz
Customers should also note that
permission
is
required
in
or
65-74
MHz,
87.5-108 MHz
S/NRatio......................................55dB
order to download MP3 files and music from the Internet. Our
Distortion.......................................1.0%
company has
Usablesensitivity..............................12dBμV
should
right
always
no
be
to
sought
grant such permission. Permission
from the
copyright
owner.
MW(AM) tuner
FrequencyRange.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.520-1720kHzor522-1620kHz
S/NRatio......................................45dB
Distortion.......................................1.0%
Usablesensitivity..............................32dBμV
CD
FrequencyResponse......................40-20000Hz
S/NRatio......................................70dB
Distortion......................................0.15%
Design
P/NO
:
3834RR0029T
and
specifications
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