Panasonic | CATU9000U | Operating instructions | Panasonic CATU9000U Operating Instructions

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Installation Guide
WARNING
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This installation information is designed for experienced installers and is not intended for non-technical individuals. It does not contain warnings or cautions of potential
dangers involved in attempting to install this product.
Any attempt to install this product in a motor car by anyone other than qualified
installer could cause damage to the electrical system and could result in serious personal injury or death.
❐ Overview
❐ Installation Hardware
This product should be installed by a professional.
However, if you plan to install this unit yourself, your
first step is to decide where to install it. The instructions in these pages will guide you through the
remaining steps:
(Please refer to the “WARNING” statement
above.)
≥ Identify and label the car wires.
≥ Connect the car wires to the wires of the power
connector.
≥ Install the unit.
≥ Check the operation of the unit.
If you encounter problems, please consult your
nearest professional installer.
Caution:
≥ This unit operates with a 12 V DC negative
ground auto battery system only. Do not
attempt to use it in any other system. Doing
so could cause serious damage.
Before you begin installation, look for the following
items which are packed with your unit.
≥ Warranty Card…Fill this out promptly.
≥ Panasonic Servicenter List for Service Directory
…Keep for future reference in case the unit needs
servicing.
≥ Installation Hardware…Needed for setting.
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Item
Diagram
Q’ty
1 Binding-head screw
(M3k6 mm)
2
2 Binding-head screw
(M5k8 mm)
4
3 Tapping screw
(M6k20 mm)
4
4 Hex. nut (M5)
4
5 Mounting bracket
2
6 Base bracket
2
7 Double-faced adhesive
tape
2
8 Velcro tape
2
9 Power connector
1
: Ground lead
1
; Radio antenna extension
cord
1
< Center speaker cord
1
= Center speaker extension
cord
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❐ Before Installation
❐ Required Tools
Warning
≥ Do not install the monitor in a location which
obstructs driving, visibility or which is prohibited by applicable laws and regulations.
If the monitor is installed in a location which
obstructs forward visibility or operation of the air
bag or other safety equipment or which interferes
with operation of the car, it may cause an accident.
≥ Never use bolts or nuts from the car’s safety
devices for installation.
If bolts or nuts from the wheel, brakes or other
safety devices are used for installation of the monitor, it may cause an accident.
≥ Attach the wires correctly.
If the wiring is not correctly performed, it may
cause a fire or an accident. In particular, be sure to
run and secure the lead wire so that it does not get
tangled with a screw or the moving portion of a
seat rail.
≥ Use with 12 V DC negative ground car.
This unit is only for use with a 12 V DC negative
ground car. It cannot be used in large trucks or
diesel cars which are 24 V DC cars. If it is used in
the wrong type of car, it may cause a fire or an
accident.
You’ll need a screwdriver, 1.5 V AA battery, and the
following:
Cautions:
≥ Use the specified fuse.
Be sure to always use the specified fuse. If a
fuse other than the specified fuse is used, it
may cause a fire or an accident.
≥ Do not damage the cord by pinching or
pulling it.
Do not pull or damage the cord. If the cord is
not treated properly, it will short out or be
severed and may cause a fire or an accident.
12 V DC test
bulb
Electrical tape
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Slide-cut
pliers
❐ Identify All Leads
The first step in installation is to identify all the car
wires you’ll use when hooking up your sound system.
As you identify each wire, we suggest that you label
it using masking tape and a permanent marker. This
will help avoid confusion when making connections
later.
Note:
≥ Do not connect the power connector to the stereo
unit until you have made all connections. If there
are no plastic caps on the hooking wires, insulate
all exposed leads with electrical tape until you are
ready to use them. Identify the leads in the following order.
Power Lead
If your car has a radio or is pre-wired for one:
Cut the connector wires one at a time from the plug
(leaving the leads as long as possible) so that you
can work with individual leads. Turn the ignition on
to the accessory position, and ground one lead of
the test bulb to the chassis.
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Touch the other lead of the test bulb to each of the
exposed wires from the cut radio connector plug.
Touch one wire at a time until you find the outlet that
causes the test bulb to light.
Now turn the ignition off and then on. If the bulb also
turns off and on, that outlet is the car power lead.
If your car is not wired for an audio unit:
Go to the fuse block and find the fuse port for radio
(RADIO), accessory (ACC), or ignition (IGN).
Battery Lead
If your stereo unit has a yellow lead, you will need to
locate the car’s battery lead. Otherwise you may
ignore this procedure. (The yellow battery lead provides continuous power to maintain a clock, memory storage, or other functions.)
If your car has a radio or is pre-wired for one:
With the ignition and headlights off, identify the car
battery lead by grounding one lead of the test bulb to
the chassis and checking the remaining exposed
wires from the cut radio connector plug.
If your car is not wired for an audio unit:
Go to the fuse block and find the fuse port for the
battery, usually marked BAT.
Speakers
Identify the car speaker leads. There are two leads
for each speaker, usually color coded.
A handy way to identify the speaker leads and the
speaker they are connected with is to test the leads
using a 1.5 V AA battery as follows.
Hold one lead against one pole of the battery and
stroke the other lead across the other pole. You will
hear a scraping sound in a speaker if you are holding
a speaker lead.
If not, keep testing different lead combinations until
you have located all the speaker leads. When you
label them, include the speaker location for each.
❐ Connect All Leads
Now that you have identified all the wires in the car,
you are ready to begin connecting them to the stereo
unit wires. The wiring diagram (➡ pages 82, 83)
shows the proper connections and color coding of
the leads.
We strongly recommend that you test the unit
before making a final installation.
You can set the unit on the floor and make temporary connections to test the unit. Use electrical tape
to cover all exposed wires.
Important:
≥ Connect the red power lead last, after you have
made and insulated all other connections.
Ground
Connect the black ground lead of the power connector to the metal car chassis.
Speakers
Connect the speaker wires. See the wiring diagram
for the proper hookups. Follow the diagram carefully to avoid damaging the speakers and the stereo
unit.
The speakers used must be able to handle more than
45 W of audio power. If using an optional audio
power, the speakers should be able to handle the
maximum amplifier output power. Speakers with
low input ratings can be damaged.
Speaker impedance should measure 4–8 ≠, which
is typically marked on most speakers. Lower or
higher impedance speakers will affect output and
can cause both speaker and stereo unit damage.
Caution:
≥ Never ground the speaker cords. For example,
do not use a chassis ground system or a threewire speaker common system. Each speaker
must be connected separately using parallel
insulated wires. If in doubt about how your
car’s speakers are wired, please consult with your
nearest professional installer.
Motor Antenna
Connect the car motor antenna lead to the dark blue
motor antenna relay control lead.
Battery
Connect the yellow battery lead to the correct radio
wire or to the battery fuse port on the fuse block.
Antenna
Connect the antenna by plugging the antenna lead
into the antenna receptacle.
Equipment
Connect any optional equipment according to the
instructions furnished with the equipment. Read the
operating and installation instructions of any equipment you will connect to this unit.
Power
Connect the red power lead to the correct car radio
wire or to the appropriate fuse port on the fuse
block.
If the stereo unit functions properly with all these
connections made, disconnect the wires and proceed to the final installation.
❐ Final Installation
Lead Connections
Connect all wires, making sure that each connection
is insulated and secure. Bundle all loose wires and
fasten them with tape so they will not fall down later.
Congratulations! After making a few final checks,
you’re ready to enjoy your new stereo system.
❐ Final Checks
1. Make sure that all wires are properly connected
and insulated.
2. Turn on the ignition to check the unit for proper
operation.
If you have difficulties, consult your nearest authorized professional installer for assistance.
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❐ Preparation
≥ We strongly recommend that you wear gloves
for installation work to protect yourself from
injuries.
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≥ Disconnect the cable from the negative - battery
terminal (see caution below).
≥ Unit should be installed in a horizontal position
with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not
more than 30o.
Less than 30x
Caution:
≥ Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a car
with a trip or navigational computer since all
user settings stored in memory will be lost.
Instead take extra care with installing the unit
to prevent shorts.
This unit should be professionally installed. In case
of difficulty, please consult with your nearest professional installer.
1. This unit only operates in a 12 V DC negative
ground system.
2. Follow the electrical connections carefully
(➡ pages 82, 83). Failure to do so may result in
damage to the unit.
3. Connect the power connector after all other connections are made.
4. Be sure to connect the battery lead (yellow) to the
positive terminal (+) of the battery or fuse block
(BAT) terminal.
5. Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
6. Secure all loose wires after installing the unit.
7. Please carefully read the operating and installation instructions of the respective equipment
before connecting it to this unit.
Caution:
≥ Please follow the laws and regulations of your
state, province or country for installation of the
unit.
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Installation Guide (Continued)
Mounting the Control Unit (CY-VMD9000U/CY-VMC7000U)
❐ Remove the cover.
≥ Remove the cover from the control unit of the head unit (CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U).
≥ Remove velcro tape from the bottom of the control unit of the head unit (CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U) if any.
CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U
Control unit
Cautions:
≥ Never mount the unit in any of the following locations to avoid damage due to overheating.
• Near the heater port.
• Places like the dashboard or rear deck, where it may be exposed to direct sunlight.
≥ Do not mount the unit near the door, where it could be exposed to rain.
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When you put the cover back:
CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U
Control unit
Cover
2
Installation
❐ Mount the unit on the car carpet (underneath the passenger seat, etc.) by
using velcro tape 8.
1 Hook the cover with your finger.
2 Slide the cover and remove it.
1
Before mounting the unit, wipe a drop of water, dust and
an oil stain off from the place where the unit should be
mounted to enhance velcro strength.
Attach the seal side of the velcro tape 8 to the control
unit, then mount the unit on the carpet.
Put the cover back. Be sure to
engage the edge of the control unit
with the cover.
Connect the control unit of the head unit (CY-VMD9000U/
VMC7000U) to this unit (CA-TU9000U).
This unit (rear)
1 Slide the unit along the guides, and
insert the connector in this unit
securely.
Guide
Note:
≥ Some carpet materials may not be suitable for this
mounting method. In this case, please contact your
nearest Panasonic Servicenter for installation.
❐ Unit installation by using the mounting brackets 5 and the base brackets 6.
(When mounting the unit on the floor of the car.)
Top side
4 Hex. nut (M5)
5 Mounting bracket
2 Binding-head screw (M5k8 mm)
Connectors
2 Make sure that the pawls on the bottom of the control unit of the head
unit are in position.
Try to move the control unit by
pressing the topside of it as shown
with the arrow in the figure.
Pawl
Bottom side
CY-VMD9000U/
VMC7000U
Control unit
Make sure that the unit is
mounted tightly.
Carpet
Let the bolts of the base
bracket pass the carpet.
6 Base bracket
Top side
3 Drive two binding-head screws
1 from the bottom of the control unit (CA-TU9000U) to fix it.
Make sure to fix it firmly.
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8 Velcro tape
Make cuts by
using cutter.
Use a magnet-type screw driver to
drive screws uprightly.
Use a screw
driver that is
suitable
for the screws.
7 Double-faced
adhesive tape
3 Tapping screw
(M6k20 mm)
Drill four 4.8 mm diameter holes to the chassis.
• Put the tape and the base bracket together
with each hole of the tape and bracket connected
so that the screw goes in at two positions.
Note:
≥ Apply an anticorrosive to the holes and tapping screws.
1 Binding-head screw
(M3k6 mm)
Caution:
≥ You run the risk of interfering with the mounting or causing damage by drilling into the gas tank, a wiring
harness, or other component.
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Electrical Connections
Wiring Diagram
Cautions:
≥ This product is designed to operate off a 12 V DC, negative ground battery system.
≥ To prevent damage to the unit, be sure to follow the connection diagram below.
≥ Remove approximately 1/4q (5 mm) of protective covering from the ends of the leads before connecting.
≥ Do not insert the power connector into the unit until the wiring is completed.
≥ Be sure to insulate any exposed wires from a possible short-circuit from the car chassis. Bundle all
cables and keep cable terminals free from touching any metal parts.
≥ Note that if your car has a driving computer or a navigation computer, disconnecting the battery cables
may cause the contents of memory for these computers to be lost.
≥ All other installation methods require the use of dedicated metal fittings. Consult with a qualified servicing engineer or your dealer if other methods are required.
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This unit (rear)
+
: Ground lead
To a clean, bare metallic part
of the car chassis.
< Center speaker
cord
CEN
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9 Power connector
-
CENTER
(Black)
= Center speaker
extension cord
(White)
-
FRONT L
(White/black stripe)
(Black/green stripe)
Navi mute lead
NAVI MUTE
(Orange)
Connect to the navi mute lead of the Panasonic car navigation
system (not available yet).
Note:
• Insulate the navi mute lead with vinyl tape when you do not
connect it.
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(Green)
-
REAR L
(Green/black stripe)
+
Rear speaker cord (Left)
(Blue)
(Violet)
Item
Q’ty
9
Power connector
1
:
Ground lead
1
;
Radio antenna
extension cord
1
<
Center speaker cord
1
=
Center speaker
extension cord
1
(Left)
To rear
speaker
(Right)
-
REAR R
(Violet/black stripe)
Rear speaker cord (Right)
Rear
TWIN CD·C-CONT
(Brown/white stripe)
Front
Ground terminal
Power connector
Center speaker output connector
AMP-CONT MAX 0.1A
(Blue/white stripe)
(Fuse 15 A)
BATTERY 15A
15A
(Yellow)
(Resistor 220 ≠)
Ground lead
To a clean, bare metallic part of the
car chassis.
-
Front speaker cord (Right)
Not used.
Note:
• Insulate the dual CD changer control lead with vinyl tape.
Power lead
To ACC power, _12 V DC.
(Left)
To front
speaker
(Right)
(Gray/black stripe)
Note:
• Do not connect to the power supply that controls the auto
antenna directly.
External amplifier control
power lead
To an external amplifier.
Battery lead
To the car battery, continuous_12 V DC.
(Gray)
FRONT R
ANT-CONT MAX 0.1A
Antenna control lead
To the auto antenna control power cord of the car.
Dual CD changer control
lead
+
Front speaker cord (Left)
No.
(Black/green stripe)
+
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Accessory used for wiring
To center
speaker
(Black)
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ACC
220Ω
(Red)
Optical digital input connector
Connects the optical fiber cable (sold
separately) to CY-VMD9000U display
unit or DVD player. ( pages 84–87)
Front
Note:
• Use the radio antenna extension cord ; if necessary.
CD changer control connector
( page 88)
Insert the dust cap when the
terminal is not in use.
Dust cap
(Black)
Radio antenna connector
Sub•W
Center
Rear
Pre-out connector (front)
Pre-out connector (rear)
Pre-out connector (center)
Subwoofer output connector
To external amplifier
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Connection with the Display Unit (CY-VMD9000U)
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Notes:
≥ Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
≥ Refer to the operating instructions for the CY-VMD9000U.
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Display unit (rear)
Power connector (supplied to CY-VMD9000U)
R (Red)
Pre-out cord
No audio is output from the pre-out cord
when connecting to CA-TU9000U.
PRE-OUT
L (White)
Optical fiber cable (sold separately, CA-LRD60)
This unit (front)
Notes on handling optical fiber cable:
• Do not bend the cable sharply.
• Do not allow the cable to be damaged by getting it caught in the door,
placing a heavy object on it, etc.
CY-VMD9000U
Control unit
CY-VMD9000U
Control unit
(Red)
(Red)
To subwoofer
This unit (rear)
RCA cord (optional)
Power amplifier
(Black)
= Center speaker extension cord
+
(Black)
-
(Black/green stripe)
+
(Green)
-
(Green/black stripe)
+
(Violet)
-
(Violet/black stripe)
To center speaker
CENTER
(Left)
CENTER
(Black/green stripe)
Rear speaker cord (left)
< Center speaker cord
REAR L
To rear speaker
(Right)
Rear speaker cord (right)
REAR R
(White)
-
(White/black stripe)
+
(Gray)
-
(Gray/black stripe)
(Left)
9 Power connector
Front speaker cord (left)
+
FRONT L
To front speaker
Display unit/control unit connecting cord
(supplied to CY-VMD9000U)
FRONT R
(Right)
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Front speaker cord (right)
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Connection with the Display Unit (CY-VMC7000U) and DVD Player (CX-DV700U)
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Display unit (rear)
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≥ Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
≥ Refer to the operating instructions for the CY-VMC7000U/CX-DV700U.
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Notes on handling optical fiber cable:
• Do not bend the cable sharply.
• Do not allow the cable to be damaged by getting it caught in the door, placing a heavy object on it, etc.
Optical fiber cable (sold separately, CA-LRD60)
DVD Player CX-DV700U
Power connector
(supplied to CX-DV700U)
Power connector (supplied to CY-VMC7000U)
R (Red)
Pre-out cord
No audio is output from the pre-out cord
when connecting to CA-TU9000U.
PRE-OUT
RCA cord (optional)
Video (Yellow)
L (White)
Remote-out cord
R (Red)
L (White)
RCA cord (optional)
REMOTE-OUT
R (Red)
L (White)
Video (Yellow)
This unit (front)
= Center speaker extension cord
+
(Black)
-
(Black/green stripe)
To center speaker
CY-VMC7000U
Control unit
CENTER
(Red)
To subwoofer
RCA cord (optional)
Power amplifier
CY-VMC7000U
Control unit
(Red)
+
(Green)
-
(Green/black stripe)
+
(Violet)
(Left)
Rear speaker cord (left)
REAR L
(Black)
To rear speaker
(Right)
Rear speaker cord (right)
REAR R
-
(Violet/black stripe)
CENTER
(Black/green stripe)
9 Power connector
(White)
-
(White/black stripe)
+
(Gray)
-
(Gray/black stripe)
FRONT L
To front speaker
Front speaker cord (right)
Display unit/control unit connecting cord
(supplied to CY-VMC7000U)
FRONT R
(Right)
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cord
Front speaker cord (left)
+
(Left)
This unit (rear)
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Note:
≥ Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
Connection with CD Changer (CX-DP88U)
Ground lead (Black)
Troubleshooting
Preliminary Steps
Check and take steps as described in the tables below.
If You Suspect Something Wrong
CD Changer (CX-DP88U)
Power connector
(supplied to CX-DP88U)
Immediately switch power off.
Disconnect the power connector and check that there is
neither smoke nor heat from the unit before asking for
repairs. Never try to repair the unit yourself because it is
dangerous to do so.
Cautions:
≥ Do not use the unit if it malfunctions or is
something wrong.
≥ Do not use the unit in abnormal condition, for
example, without sound, or with smoke or
foul smell, can cause ignition or electric
shock. Immediately stop using it and call the
store where you purchased it.
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Note:
≥ Refer to the operating instructions of the display unit (CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U) with regard to remedy.
RCA cord
(R) (Red)
CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U
Control unit (front)
(L) (White)
Battery lead (Yellow)
BATTERY
(Fuse 3 A)
Troubleshooting Tips
❐ Common
Trouble
Cause/Step
Car’s engine switch is not on.
➡Turn your car’s ignition switch to ACC or ON.
DIN cord
This unit (front)
Cables are not correctly connected.
➡Connect cables correctly.
CD changer control connector
CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U
Control unit (rear)
Battery cable is not correctly connected.
➡Connect the battery cable to the terminal that is always live.
No power.
Accessory cable is not correctly connected.
➡Connect the accessory cable to your car’s ACC source.
Grounding wire is not correctly connected.
➡Connect the grounding wire to a metal part of the car.
9 Power connector
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Fuse is burnt.
➡Call the store where you purchased the unit, or your nearest
Panasonic Servicenter (see the attached sheet) and ask for fuse
replacement.
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Troubleshooting (Continued)
❐ Common (continued)
❐ DVD video, Video CD, CD
Trouble
Cause/Step
Trouble
The volume is adjusted to zero.
➡Raise the volume.
Mute is set to ON.
➡Set it to OFF.
No sound.
Cables are not correctly connected.
➡Connect cables correctly.
Only sound, no picture.
The disc is inside but no
sound.
The disc is ejected automatically.
The tilt angle or the
front-rear position of the
display is not adjustable.
The monitor does not go
back into the unit.
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The disc is dirty.
➡Clean the disc, referring to the section on “Notes on Discs”.
The unit can only play the following types of discs: DVD video, video CD
and music CD.
Speakers setting is set to OFF.
➡Set it to other than OFF.
Connect the optical fiber cable (sold separately).
Condensation (dew)
➡Wait for a while before use.
The disc is dirty.
➡Clean the disc, referring to the section on “Notes on Discs”.
Side brake (parking brake) connection lead is not correctly connected.
➡Connect the side brake (parking brake) connection lead correctly.
A mobile phone is used near the unit.
➡Keep the mobile phone away from the unit.
❐ Monitor
Trouble
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Cause/Step
The disc is upside down.
➡Place the disc in the correction direction, the label side up.
Sound skip due to vibration.
You did not pull the side brake (parking brake) lever.
➡Pull the side brake (parking brake) lever.
Noise.
Picture is not clear.
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Cause/Step
Unstable mounting.
➡Mount the unit securely with the mounting parts, referring to the
section on installation.
The buttons do not work.
Some operations are not permitted with certain discs.
(Refer to the guide provided with your disc.)
Cannot switch the audio
language/subtitle language/angle.
≥ It is not possible to switch if the disc does not have multiple audio languages/subtitle languages/angles recorded on it.
(Refer to the guide provided with your disc.)
≥ Some discs permit switching through a menu screen.
≥ Sometimes, switching angles is possible only with certain scenes.
The audio/subtitle language selected in the
DVD settings is not used.
If audio or subtitles in the languages are not recorded on the disc, the
audio or subtitles do not switch to that language. (Some discs permit
switching through a menu screen. Refer to the guide provided with your
disc.)
The disc is not ejected.
≥ CD is defective.
≥ Mechanical trouble.
➡Press [<] (EJECT). If failure persists, press the reset switch. If normal operation is not restored, call the store where you purchased
the unit or the nearest Panasonic Servicenter to ask for repair.
There is an obstacle.
➡Install the unit where the unit moves freely.
The monitor direction is not proper.
➡Change the monitor direction to the center.
Mounting angle is over 30°.
➡Adjust mounting angle to less than 30°.
The monitor stops on the way to the home position for some reason.
➡Raise the monitor a little and press [ ] (OPEN/CLOSE).
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❐ Radio
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Trouble
Much noise is FM stereo
and monaural broadcasts.
Preset station is reset.
Cause/Step
Station is too far, or signals are too weak.
➡Select other stations of higher signal level.
The radio antenna is not extended enough.
➡Fully extend the radio antenna.
Battery cable is not correctly connected.
➡Connect the battery cable to the terminal that is always live.
❐ Car Navigation, DVD Player, VCR, Camcorder, Rear View Camera, Rear
Monitor
Trouble
The picture from a car
navigation system is not
displayed.
Cause/Step
The connection of a car navigation system is not correct.
➡Connect it correctly.
Input setting of a car navigation system is not correct.
➡Make the input setting correct.
The picture from a VCR
or a camcorder is not
displayed.
A VCR or camcorder is not connected correctly.
➡Connect it correctly.
No sound from a VCR or a
camcorder.
The VTR1-IN and/or VTR2-IN level is excessively high.
(The “OVER” display appears.)
➡Adjust the VTR audio input level
The picture from a DVD
player is not displayed.
A DVD player is not connected correctly.
➡Connect it correctly.
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Cause/Step
The brightness of the
screen is not stable.
“AUTO” dimmer is selected.
➡Select one of the dimmer levels from among “1” to “4” to make the
dimmer adjustment become free from light intensity.
The picture is dark.
The picture is whitish.
Something is wrong with
the picture. The picture
is light in color.
The screen is not adjusted properly.
➡Make every adjustment of the screen.
Red, blue, or green
spots appears.
This is characteristic of liquid crystal panels and is not a problem.
❐ Sound Settings
Trouble
No sound from
right, front, or
speaker.
Cause/Step
left,
rear
Cables are not correctly connected.
➡Connect the cables correctly.
Left and right sounds are
reversed in stereo listening.
The right speaker wire is connected to the left speaker and the left
speaker wire to the right speaker.
➡Connect the speaker wires to the correct one.
No sound on the speaker.
The speaker setting is “ON” or “NONE”.
➡Set it correctly.
❐ Remote Control
The picture from a rear
view camera is not displayed.
The picture or the sound
of the second monitor is
not switchable.
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Battery polarities are reversed.
➡Insert the battery correctly.
Rear view camera is not connected correctly.
➡Connect it correctly.
Input setting of a camera is not correct.
➡Make the input setting correct.
“AUTO” is not selected for the setting of a rear monitor.
➡Select “AUTO” for the setting.
Cause/Step
Buttons are invalid for
operation.
Wrong the battery.
➡Check the battery.
The battery has run down.
➡Replace the battery.
Remote control is in the wrong direction.
➡Direct the remote control at remote control sensor on the display
unit.
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Error Display Messages
Maintenance
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Display
" E1 "
" E2 "
" E3 "
NO DISC
Cause/Step
≥ Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
≥ Disc has scratches.
≥ Disc is not ejected.
➡Check disc.
➡Press [<] (EJECT). If failure persists, press the reset switch. (Press
the reset switch in the CD changer.)
If normal operation is not restored, call the store where you purchased the unit or the nearest Panasonic Servicenter to ask for
repairs.
No disc is in the player.
➡Insert the disc into the disc slot.
NO MAGAZINE
PAL/NTSC ERR
An attempt was made to play a PAL disc.
➡Press [<] (EJECT) and check the disc.
An attempt was made to play a disc with a region number that was not
“1” or “ALL”.
➡Press [<] (EJECT) and check the disc.
Notes:
≥ There may be cases when the disc numbers affected by an error are displayed before E1 and E2.
≥ Displays and the steps to be taken for errors vary in part from changer to changer. For details, refer to the
Operating Instructions for the changer used.
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Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure a minimum of maintenance. Use a soft cloth for routine
exterior cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner or other solvents.
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If the suggestions in the charts do not solve the problem, we recommend that you take it to your nearest authorized Panasonic Servicenter. The product should be serviced only by a qualified technician.
Replace the Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or connecting the product directly without a fuse, could cause fire or damage to the unit.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest Panasonic Servicenter for service.
No operation by some cause.
➡Press [<] (EJECT). If failure persists, press the reset switch. (Press
the reset switch in the CD changer.)
If normal operation is not restored, call the store where you purchased the unit or the nearest Panasonic Servicenter to ask for
repairs.
No magazine is in the changer.
➡Load the changer with CD-loaded magazine.
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Reset Switch
Reset switch
Insert a hard, slender stick into the hole and push the
switch.
Press the reset switch on the front side of the display unit
(CY-VMD9000U/VMC7000U), too.
≥ The unit returns to the default state when the trouble is
reset.
Remember, the data and settings stored in the memory
are deleted.
Important:
≥ Push the switch only when the unit fails to operate
with any buttons.
≥ If the unit fails to return to normal condition, call the
nearest Panasonic Servicenter and ask for repairs.
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Definition of Terms
Notes on Discs
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How to hold the disc
≥ Do not touch the underside of the disc.
≥ Do not make scratches on the discs.
≥ Do not bend disc.
≥ When not in use, keep the disc in the case.
Label side
Do not use irregular shaped discs.
Do not leave discs on the following places:
≥ Direct sunlight
≥ Near car heaters
≥ Dirty, dusty and damp areas
≥ Seats and dashboards
Do not use irregular shaped discs.
<Right>
<Wrong>
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center outward.
Rough edge
Caution on new discs
≥ A new disc may have rough edges on its inner and outer
perimeter. These may cause malfunction.
≥ Remove the rough edges using a pencil, etc.
Digital audio output connector (Optical)
The digital audio output connector (optical) converts
electrical signals into optical signals and transfers
them to the amplifier. Consequently, it has a number
of features including its immunity from electrical
interference from external sources and its ability to
prevent the generation of noise and its minimal effect
on the external environment.
Interactive DVD
An interactive DVD is DVD software which includes
multiple angles, multiple plot endings, etc.
Dolby Digital
This fully discrete format divides the music signals
into 5.1 channels: Front Left (L), Front Right (R),
Center (C), Left Surround (LS), Right Surround (RS)
and Subwoofer (SW: 0.1 channel) for recording and
playback. The number of channels that are recorded
depends on the software. (1 to 5.1 channels)
Linear PCM audio (LPCM)
In this format, the audio signal is converted to digital
data and recorded in two channels without compression. Because the capacity of a DVD video disc is
large, it can store more data with better accuracy
than a CD.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. Copyright
1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights
reserved.
Dolby Pro Logic
This format records signals from four channels
[Front Left (L), Front Right (R), Center (C), and
Monaural Surround (S)] in two channels, decodes
those channels through a Dolby Pro Logic decoder,
and then outputs the resulting signals in four channels.
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Letterbox screen
This refers to a screen on which the playback picture
of wide-screen DVDs or Video CDs appears with
black bands running along the top and bottom.
Pan & Scan screen
This refers to a screen on which the playback picture
of wide-screen DVDs or Video CDs is cut off at the
left and right sides.
Playback control (Video CD)
If the Video CD has “With Playback Control” or others
written on the disc surface or on the jacket, the
scenes or information to be viewed (or listened to)
can be selected interactively with the screen by looking at the menu shown on the screen.
In these instructions, playback using the menu
screen is referred to as the “menu play” for video
CDs. This player supports Video CDs with playback
control.
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dts
This format requires more data than Dolby Digital,
and provides higher quality surround playback.
Similar to Dolby Digital, this fully discrete format
divides the music signals into 5.1 channels: Front
Left (L), Front Right (R), Center (C), Left Surround
(LS), Right Surround (RS) and Subwoofer (SW: 0.1
channel) for recording and playback.
Title, Chapter (DVD)
DVDs are divided into some large sections (titles) or
some small sections (chapters). Each section is
numbered; these numbers are called “Title number”
or “Chapter number”.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other
world-wide patents issues and pending. “DTS”
and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. C 1996 Digital
Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Track (Video CD/CD)
Video CDs or CDs are divided into some sections
(tracks). Each section is numbered; these numbers
are called “Track number”.
Title 1
Chapter 1
Track 1
Title 2
Chapter 2 ……
Track 2
Chapter 1 ……
Track 3
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Language Code List
Specifications
How to input the language code, refer to page 62.
The specification for CY-VMD9000U are excluded from the following.
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6588
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
7282
7285
Language Name
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Ameharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bengali; Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
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7289
7365
7378
7383
7384
7387
7465
7473
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
Language Name
Armenian
Interlingua
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Code
8277
8279
8285
8365
8368
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8479
8482
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Language Name
Rhaeto-Romance
Romanian
Russian
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Tonga
Turkish
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
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General
Power supply:
12 V DC (11 V–16 V), test voltage 14.4 V, negative ground
Current consumption:
Less than 10 A
Maximum power output:
45 Wk4 chi35 W (at 16 V)
Compatible speaker impedance: 4 ≠
Pre-Amp output voltage:
4 Vrms
Pre-Amp output impedance:
Less than 60 ≠
Dimensions (WkHkD):
95/8qk15/8qk57/8q (245k42k150 mm)
Weight:
2 lb. 14 oz. (1.3 kg)
FM stereo radio
Frequency range:
87.9–107.9 MHz
Usable sensitivity:
12 dBf
Stereo separation:
35 dB (1 kHz)
S/N ratio:
60 dBf
AM stereo radio
Frequency range:
530–1 710 kHz
Usable sensitivity:
33 dB/µV
Image rejection ratio:
50 dB
Audio section
Output voltage/Impedance:
4 Vrms/60 ≠
Frequency characteristics (when “LARGE” is selected):
Front L/R, Center,
Rear (Surround) L/R:
20 Hz–20 kHz (n1 dB)
Delay time
Dolby Digital
Center:
0–5 ms
Rear (surround) L/R:
0–15 ms
Dolby Pro Logic
Rear (surround) L/R:
15–30 ms
Distortion:
Front L/R
(1 kHz, 0 dB, PCM input): 0.01%
Dynamic range:
96 dB
S/N ratio:
100 dB
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Above specifications comply with EIA standards.
Note:
≥ Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to improvements in technology.
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Panasonic Consumer Electronics
Company, Division of Matsushita
Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus,
New Jersey 07094
http://www.panasonic.com
Panasonic Sales Company.
Division of Matsushita Electric of
Puerto Rico, Inc. (“PSC”)
Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park,
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
http://www.panasonic.com
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Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 2T3
http://www.panasonic.ca
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Imprimé au Japon
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