Panasonic CD Player C9700U User manual

Panasonic CD Player C9700U User manual
Removable Full Front MP3 WMA CD Player/Receiver with Full Dot Matrix
Display and CD Changer Control
CQ-C9800/C9700U
(CQ-C9800U)
≥ Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use.
≥ Prière de lire ces instructions attentivement avant d’utiliser Ie produit et garder ce manuel pour l’utilisation ultérieure.
≥ Lea con atención estas instrucciones antes de utilizar el producto y guarde este manual para poderlo consultar en el futuro.
Safety Information
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Precautions
When Driving
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of
road and traffic conditions.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, AND ANNOYING INTERFERENCE, USE
ONLY THE INCLUDED COMPONENTS.
Do not expose the product, including the speakers
and CDs, to water or excessive moisture. This could
cause electrical shorts, fire, or other damage.
When Washing Your Car
When Parked
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS I LASER
PRODUCT.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR
BY YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Parking in direct sunlight can produce very high
temperatures inside your car. Give the interior a
chance to cool down before switching the unit on.
Use the Proper Power Supply
This product is designed to operate with a 12 V DC,
negative ground battery system (the normal system
in a North American car).
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Panasonic welcomes you to our ever growing family of electronic product owners. We know that
this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment. Our reputation is built on precise electronic and
mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully selected components and assembled by people
who take pride in their work. Once you discover the quality, reliability, and value we have built into this
product, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
CQ-C9800/C9700U
Removable Full Front MP3 WMA CD Player/Receiver with Full Dot Matrix Display and
CD Changer Control
Note:
≥ Please refer to page 9 for information on differences in each model.
Accessories
Item
Remote Control Unit
(YEFX9992663)
Disc/Front Panel Mechanism
Diagram
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
SEL
NUMBER
#
1
2
RAND
SCAN
4
5
7
8
9
0
DISP
6
Item
Diagram
Q’ty
Screw Kit (YEP0FZ3158)
VOL
MUTE
BAND
Q’ty
1
3
REP
6
≥ Hex. Nut (5 mm‡)
1
≥ Tapping Screw
(5 mm‡t16 mm)
1
≥ Mounting Bolt
(5 mm‡)
1
≥ Lock Cancel Plate
2
Rear Support Strap
(YEFG04019)
1
5
SET
The following applies only in the U.S.A.
Part 15 of the FCC Rules
FCC Warning:
Any unauthorized changes or modifications to
this equipment would void the user’s authority
to operate this device.
NOTICE:
This product has a fluorescent lamp that
contains a small amount of mercury. It
also contains lead in some components.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated
in your community due to environmental
considerations.
For disposal or recycling information
please contact your local authorities,
or the Electronics Industries Alliance:
<http://www.eiae.org.>
Do not insert coins or any small objects. Keep
screwdrivers and other metallic objects away from
the disc mechanism and disc.
The face plate may close automatically depending
on the situation. Be careful not to catch your fingers
in the plate.
Use Authorized Servicenters
This product is made of precision parts. Do not
attempt to disassemble or adjust any parts. Please
refer to the Servicenter list including with this
product for service assistance.
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Lithium Battery
<CR2025>
1
Instruction kit
≥ Operating Instructions
(YEFM284204)
≥ Warranty Card, etc.
1
1 set
For Installation
This product should be installed in a horizontal
position with the front end up at a convenient angle,
but not more than 30°.
Note:
≥ The preset memory is cleared to return to the
original factory setting when the power connector
or battery is disconnected.
Find the model number and serial number on either the back or bottom of the unit. Please record them in the
space below and retain this booklet as a permanent record of your purchase to help with identification in case
of theft.
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
DATE PURCHASED
FROM
Car Audio
Mounting Collar
(YEFX0215873)
1
Removable Face Plate
Case
(YEFA131646)
1
Trim Plate
(YEFC05605)
1
Power Connector
(YEAJ02871)
1
Note:
≥ The number in parenthesis underneath each accessory part name is the part number for maintenance and
service.
≥ Accessories and their parts numbers are subject to modification without prior notice due to improvements.
≥ Mounting collar 1 and trim plate 7 are mounted on the main unit at shipment (page 64).
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Features
Full Digital CD Receiver
The CQ-C9800U/CQ-C9700U uses Radio DSP
for digital conversion and processing of FM/AM
signals, and a digital amp to provide amplification
of the digital data. With this technology, Panasonic
achieves full digital processing of radio and CD
signals from input to speaker output. This means
faithful reproduction of the original sound.
Radio DSP
By digitally converting and processing FM/AM
broadcast signals, this greatly reduces adjacent
interference and multipath distortion.
A radio’s IF filter has the job of preventing
neighboring broadcast frequencies from interfering
with reception of your desired station. Panasonic’s
Radio DSP uses an advanced algorithm to perform
this task digital control. It maintains the optimum
balance between noise suppression and sound
quality by automatically adjusting the IF filter
bandwidth in response to the changing interference
characteristics as you drive.
Maximum Power Output
70 W
60 W
Fully Motorized Front Panel
A touch is all it takes to slide the front panel down
for access to the disc slot. A three-stage tilt function
permits viewing angle to be adjusted to 15, 25 or
35 degrees for optimum display visibility.
Customizable Graphics
You can customize the background (graphic
pattern/still image), opening, and ending screens
using your own images stored on CD-R/RW. At last,
you can create an original display that’s all yours
(page 54).
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SQ (Sound Quality)
You have 6 preset modes (FLAT, POP, ROCK,
VOCAL, JAZZ, CLUB). You can customize your
settings for these (except FLAT) and save them for
instant recall.
SQ9 (9-Band Sound Quality)
Center frequency and level are adjustable in each of
9 bands. This lets you fine tune sound quality for
each genre to suit car-interior acoustics and your
personal preferences (page 46).
Audio Settings
Dynamic Control (Bass/treble)
This unit uses a special filter to accentuate the
feeling of ambiance.
This filter serves to bring out the feeling of
ambiance embedded in the music and reproduce an
expressive sound quality without compromising the
sound in the midrange. Further, by setting the bass
and treble, the bass and treble can be accentuated
so you can create the kind and quality of sound that
you really like.
Position setting
You can adjust the timing at which the sound from
the speakers reaches you at the position where you
are sitting in the car so that you can reproduce the
sound field which is tailored to this position.
Subwoofer LPF (Low Pass Filter)
You can select the upper limit frequency of the
sound from subwoofer.
HPF (High Pass Filter)
Select the lower limit frequency of the sound from
speakers (except subwoofer).
≥ This operating instruction manual applies to the following models. The differences among these models are
mentioned below.
≥ All illustrations represent model CQ-C9800U unless otherwise specified.
Models
Features
Power output
70 W
This can only be controlled through
the main unit.
This can only be controlled through
the remote control unit.
60 W
CQ-C9800U
Indicates features applicable to
CQ-C9800U only.
CQ-C9700U
CQ-C9700U only.
Operations with neither mark can be performed
either by the main unit or the remote control unit.
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Preparation
Clock Setting
Remote Control Unit
Subwoofer
Lithium battery
(included)
Back side
2
Position B
3
The 12-hour system is used for the clock.
Subwoofer level setting:
≥ You can change the subwoofer level (page 44).
≥ Turn your car’s ignition key to the ACC or ON
position.
≥ Press [SOURCE] (PWR).
≥ When the power is switched on for the first
time, a demonstration appears on the display.
Press [DISP] (display) to change to regular
mode (page 22).
Subwoofer low pass filter setting:
≥ You can select the upper limit frequency of the
sound from subwoofer (page 44).
1 Press [MENU].
Press and hold [MENU] for more than
2 seconds.
Preparation:
≥ Connect the subwoofer and the amplifier (option)
(page 74).
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2 Press [$] to select “DISPLAY”.
Battery holder
1
Position A
3 Press [#] to select “CLOCK ADJ”.
Battery Installation
1 Remove the battery holder.
Pull the holder out at position B while pushing
position A as indicated.
2 Install the battery on the battery holder.
4 Press [SET].
5 Setting.
Hours:
3 Insert the battery holder back into its original
position.
Battery Notes
≥ Battery type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025)
(included)
≥ Battery life: Approximately 6 months under
normal use (at room temperature)
Caution:
≥ Improper use of the battery may cause
overheating, an explosion or ignition, resulting
in injury or a fire.
≥ Remove and dispose of an old battery
immediately.
≥ Do not disassemble or short the battery. Do not
throw a battery into a fire.
≥ Keep the battery away from children to avoid the
risk of accidents.
≥ Follow local regulations when disposing of the
battery.
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1 Press [%].
The hour display hilights.
2 Press ["]: Put forward
3 Press [#]: Put back
Minutes:
1 Press [$].
The Minutes display hilights.
2 Press ["]: Put forward
3 Press [#]: Put back
6 Complete.
Press [SET].
Note:
≥ Press and hold ["] or [#] to change numbers
rapidly.
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Contents
Safety Information ................................................................................. Page 2
Precautions..................................................................................................... 2
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Accessories ............................................................3
Audio Settings....................................................... 42
Volume, DC (Dynamic Control) (bass/treble), balance/fader, subwoofer level,
subwoofer low pass filter (LPF), high pass filter (HPF), SQ adjustment (SQ
ADJUSTMENT), SQ preset memory setting (SQ PRESET MEMORY), position
setting (POSITION)
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Features ................................................................8
Display Settings..................................................... 50
Before Reading these Instructions .................................9
Preparation .......................................................... 10
Remote control unit, subwoofer
Background display selection (GRAPHIC PATTERN), background display
selection (STILL IMAGE), contrast, clock adjustment
Function Settings ................................................... 52
Mute/attenuation, security function
Clock Setting ........................................................ 11
Customize the Display ............................................. 54
What the customize function does, image data which can be changed,
customizing procedure
General ............................................................... 22
WELCOME
Power, source, volume, mute/attenuation, rear speakers as sub-woofers (super
bass control subwoofer/SBC-SW), open the front panel, close the front panel,
panel angle (tilt), dimmer, SQ (Sound Quality), display change
Radio ................................................................. 26
Radio mode, band, tuning, direct memory (D·M), station preset, preset station
calling
FM
Before Disc Playback............................................... 28
Preliminary steps, if you suspect something wrong, troubleshooting tips, error
display messages, maintenance, product servicing, fuse
Notes on Discs ...................................................... 62
Notes on CD/CD media (CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM), notes on CD-Rs/RWs
Anti-Theft System................................................... 63
Available discs, disc insert, when CD is in the player, disc eject
Remove the removable face plate, install removable face plate,
security indicator, panel removal alarm
CD Player ............................................................ 29
Installation Guide................................................... 64
Track selection, fast forward/fast reverse, pause, scan play, direct track
selection, text display, random play/repeat play
MP3/WMA Player ................................................... 32
MP3/WMA
Troubleshooting..................................................... 56
Folder selection, file selection, fast forward/fast reverse, pause, text display,
scan play, folder scan play, direct file selection, direct folder selection, random
play/repeat play, notes on MP3/WMA
Electrical Connections ............................................. 70
Wiring diagram, upgrading the system 1, upgrading the system 2, speaker
system connection
Specifications ....................................................... 75
CD Changer Control ................................................ 38
CD changer mode, disc selection, track selection, fast forward/fast reverse,
scan play, disc scan play, CD changer selection, direct disc selection, random
play/repeat play
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General
[MUTE] (Mute/attenuation) [VOLUME]
(SBC-SW)
[SOURCE]
(Power/source)
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[MUTE]
(Mute/attenation)
(SBC-SW)
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
[VOL "]
SEL
NUMBER
#
MUTE
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
4
VOL
[VOL #]
(Volume)
9
5
0
BAND
DISP
SET
[DISP]
(Display)
Car Audio
[SOURCE]
(PWR: Power)
[DISP] (Display)
Point the remote control unit at the remote control signal sensor.
Volume
Source
Power
Turn your car’s ignition key
to the ACC or ON position.
ACC
ON
Rear Speakers as Sub-Woofers
(Super Bass Control Subwoofer/SBC-SW)
Press [SOURCE] to change the source.
[VOL "]: Up
[VOL #]: Down
Radio (page 26)
Up
ON:
Press [SOURCE] (PWR).
Down
CD player (page 29)
Setting range: 0 to 40
(default: 18)
When a CD is in the player.
OFF:
Press [SOURCE] (PWR) again and hold
until you hear a beep (about 1 second),
then release it.
Press [SOURCE] (POWER) again and
hold for more than 1 second.
Note:
≥ After turning off the ignition key, a security
message is displayed, and the panel removable
alarm that reminds you to take the panel is
activated.
(When security function is set to on, page 52)
Demonstration:
When the power is switched on for the first time,
a demonstration appears on the display.
Press [DISP] (display) to change to regular
mode.
or
MP3 player (page 32)
When a MP3 data disc is in
the player.
Note:
≥ The volume level can be set independently for
each source (for radio, one volume setting for
AM, one volume setting for all FMs).
or
WMA player (page 32)
When a WMA data disc is
in the player.
Mute/Attenuation
CD changer control (page 38)
When an optional CD changer
is connected.
ON:
OFF:
Press [MUTE].
Press [MUTE] again.
You can select mute or attenuation (page 52).
No sounds. (default)
You can utilize the rear speaker connected to the
built-in amplifier as Sub-Woofers that output only
bass. (Default: OFF)
Press and hold [MUTE] (SBC-SW) for more than
2 seconds.
OFF (default)
ON
lights.
Note:
≥ When ON has been selected, the settings resulting
from the adjustments performed at the subwoofer
level and subwoofer low pass filter settings are
reflected in the output.
≥ Depending on the speakers used and the type of
music played, it may not be possible to achieve a
satisfactory effect.
AUX (page 71)
Decrease the volume by 10 steps.
Note:
≥ To display the demonstration again, press and
hold [SOURCE] for more than 4 seconds when
turning power on.
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General (continued)
[SQ] (Sound Quality)
[MENU] (DIM) [<: eject]
(OPEN/TILT)
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[DISP]
(Display)
Caution:
≥ Keep your fingers and hands away from the
front panel when the panel is in motion.
Open the Front Panel
Press [<: eject] (OPEN).
Note:
≥ If nothing is changed for 20 seconds, the original
panel position will be recovered.
Display Change
You have 6 preset modes (FLAT, POP, ROCK,
VOCAL, JAZZ, CLUB). You can customize your
settings for these (except FLAT) and save them for
instant recall.
SQ9 (9-Band Sound Quality)
Center frequency and level are adjustable in each of
9 bands. This lets you fine tune sound quality for
each genre to suit car-interior acoustics and your
personal preferences (page 46).
Press [DISP] (display).
Mode display
Folder hierarchy display
(MP3/WMA only)
Mode and Moving
picture display/
SA display (page 51)
SQ9 lights (except FLAT).
Press and hold [<: eject] (TILT) until you hear a
beep (about 1 second) from the speaker output, and
“TILT” is displayed. And then release it.
Set it to the position at which it is easy to read what
is on the display.
Each time the above operation is repeated, the panel
angle changes in the sequence shown below.
(default)
TILT 1 TILT OFF
TILT 2
TILT 3
FLAT
Flat frequency response
not emphasize. (default)
Moving picture/
SA display (page 51)
ROCK
Mode and Still picture
display
Sharp and dynamic
sound. Powerful deep
bass and turgescent
treble.
Still picture display
POP
VOCAL
Open
Press [<: eject] (OPEN) again.
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∫ When Power is ON
Press [SQ] to select a sound types as follows.
Panel Angle (Tilt)
Close the Front Panel
SQ (Sound Quality)
Prevention of excessive
equalizing and capability
to cover wide variety of
music. Listener-friendly
and crisp sound.
Highlighted vocals
that are apt to be
overwhelmed by
instrumental sound.
Mode and clock display
Display and light off
JAZZ
Note:
≥ The position which has been set using TILT will
be retained even when the operations below are
performed.
• OPEN/CLOSE
• ACC on/off
Dimmer
Press [DISP] (display) to return to the regular
mode.
Press and hold [MENU] (DIM) for more than
2 seconds to change dimmer level setting as
follows.
Brighter (default)
≥ If [<: eject] (OPEN) is pressed when a
disc is in the player, the front panel opens
and the disc is ejected automatically.
If no operation takes place for 20 seconds, the
disc is automatically retracted into the main unit.
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CLUB
Sound with emphasis on
sharpness of high-hat
and echo of saxophone.
Jazz-specific deep
sound.
Reproduction of realism
being in a club.
Medium
Note:
≥ If no operation takes place for more than
5 seconds, the display returns to the regular mode.
≥ Do not activate SQ and DC (bass/treble) at the
same time to avoid causing sound distortion.
≥ After pressing [SQ] on the main unit, you
can also select a sound type by pressing
the preset buttons [1] to [6].
∫ When Power is OFF
Clock display
Display and light off
Note:
Displays before adjusting the clock (page 11).
≥ Set the background display (GRAPHIC PATTERN,
STILL IMAGE) in a separate procedure (page 54).
≥ “––:––” will appear before adjusting the clock on
the right corner of the mode display.
Darker
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Radio
Stereo indicator
[%] [$]
(TUNE)
["] [#]
(Preset station)
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[SOURCE]
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
SEL
NUMBER
MUTE
[1] to [6]
(Preset station)
[SOURCE]
[D·M] (Direct Memory)
[BAND]
(APM: Auto Preset Memory)
1 Radio Mode
Direct Memory (D·M)
Press [SOURCE] to select the radio mode.
Radio mode display
Band
Frequency
This is a useful function that can call broadcast
stations directly during playback in other modes (CD,
CD Changer, etc.), even when the power is off.
Your favorite radio station can be memorized in
[D·M] (direct memory).
Default: FM 87.9 MHz
2 Band
∫ Memorize
Press [BAND].
FM1
FM2
1 Select a band and frequency.
FM3
AM
3 Tuning
[$]: Higher frequency
[%]: Lower frequency
Press and hold [%] or [$] for more than
0.5 seconds, then release. Seeking will start.
2 Press and hold [D·M] for more than
2 seconds.
≥ Frequency blinks once and is saved in the
memory.
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
BAND
9
5
0
DISP
SET
Car Audio
["] [#]
(Preset station)
[%] [$]
(Tuning)
Press [D·M].
Direct Memory mode
Press [D·M] again to cancel.
Caution:
≥ To ensure safety, never attempt to preset
stations while you are driving.
Station Preset
Up to 6 stations can be stored in each of the FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM band selections.
Auto Preset Memory (APM)
Manual Preset Memory
Automatically save stations with good reception in
the preset memory.
Manually save a station in the preset memory.
1 Select a band (previous page).
2 Press and hold ["] or [#] until the preset
number blinks.
2 Press and hold [BAND] (APM: Auto Preset
Memory) for more than 2 seconds.
≥ The 6 stations with good reception will be
automatically saved in the memory under
preset number 1 to 6.
≥ Once set, the preset stations are sequentially
scanned for 5 seconds each (scanning).
1 Select a band and frequency (previous page).
3 Press ["] or [#] to select the preset number
(1 to 6).
4 Press and hold ["] or [#] for more than
2 seconds to memorize.
≥ The display blinks once, and a receiving station
is saved in the memory.
1 Select a band and frequency
(previous page).
Note:
≥ New stations overwrite existing saved stations
after this procedure above.
∫ Recalling the Direct Memory
Note:
≥ When pressing [MENU] (pressing and hold
[MENU] for more than 2 seconds on the remote
control unit) in radio mode, the following display
appears.
This is because radio mode does not have
any menu settings.
VOL
#
6
[BAND]
(Auto Preset
Memory)
8
2 Press and hold [1] to [6] for more than
2 seconds to memorize.
Note:
≥ New stations overwrite existing saved stations after this procedure.
Preset Station Calling
1 Select a band (previous page).
2 Press ["] or [#].
Press [1] to [6].
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Before Disc Playback
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∫ CD-DA
Available Discs
CD Player
Disc Insert
1 Press [<: eject] (OPEN).
If there is a disc loaded,
the disc will be ejected.
∫ MP3/WMA
2 Insert a disc.
[:]/[9] (6/5)
(Track selection/fast forward/fast reverse)
Do not watch the scroll display while driving.
10
[<: eject] (OPEN)
[BAND]
(;/1: Pause)
(SET)
Label side
[SOURCE]
Note:
≥ The power will be turned on automatically when
a disc is loaded.
≥ A disc which has both CD-DA data and
MP3/WMA data on it may not be reproduced
normally. (For example, it may be reproduced
without sound.)
≥ Refer to the section on “Notes on MP3/WMA”
(page 36) and “Notes on Discs” (page 62).
When placing a disc into or taking a disc out from
the main unit, hold it as shown in the figure, and
refrain from putting any of your fingers into the
disc’s center hole.
Note:
≥ It may take some time to start playing.
≥ Playback will start automatically after recognizing
the data of the loading disc.
[9]: Next track
[:]: Beginning of the current track
For the previous track, press twice.
Press [SOURCE] to select the CD (MP3/WMA)
player mode and playback starts.
Press and hold [DISP] (display) for more than
2 seconds in the mode display.
*Disc/track title (default)
Press and hold
[9] (5): Fast forward
[:] (6): Fast reverse
Release to resume the playback.
Press [;/1].
Press [;/1] again to cancel.
When CD is in the Player
Text Display
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
Pause
(Example: CD-DA)
[DISP]
(Display)
Disc indicator
lights when the disc is loaded.
Track Selection
Caution:
≥ 3q (8 cm) CD is not available for this unit, so
do not insert it.
≥ Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
≥ Do not use discs that have a seal or label
attached.
≥ To avoid damaging the front panel, do not push
it down or place objects on it while it is open.
≥ Keep your fingers and hands away from the
front panel when the panel is in motion.
≥ Do not insert foreign objects into the disc slot.
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Scan Play
Mode display
* Press and hold [BAND] for more than 2 seconds
to have an another circle scroll when a title is
displayed.
Note:
≥ “NO TEXT”: Displays when there is no text.
The first 10 seconds of each track is played in
sequence.
Press [5] (SCAN).
lights.
Press [5] (SCAN) again to cancel.
Disc Eject
This instructions on this page are followed for both
CD-DA playback and MP3/WMA playback.
1 Press [<: eject].
The disc will be ejected after the front panel fully
opens.
2 Take a disc.
3 Press [<: eject] again to close.
Note:
≥ If no operation takes place within 20 seconds or
so after the panel has opened, the panel will close
automatically.
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Direct Track Selection
Example: track number 10
1 Press [fl].
2 Press [1] [0].
3 Press [BAND] (SET).
Note:
≥ To suspend direct selection, press [DISP]
(display) or [fl].
≥ Random, scan and repeat play are canceled once
[fl] is pressed.
[SOURCE]
POWER
[0] to [9]
(Track number)
[5] (Scan play)
[6] [5]
(Track selection/fast
forward/fast reverse)
SOURCE
MENU
SEL
NUMBER
#
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
[BAND]
(Pause) (SET)
VOL
MUTE
BAND
[fl]
(Number)
9
5
0
DISP
SET
[DISP]
(Display)
Car Audio
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CD Player (continued)
Random Play/Repeat Play
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[SEL]
(MENU)
POWER
[#] ["] (Submenu)
[MENU]
1 Menu
2 Submenu
3 Set
1 Press [MENU] during CD
playing.
Press ["] or [#].
Press [SET].
VOL
#
MUTE
[SET]
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
[BAND]
(SET)
["] [#]
(Submenu)
[%] [$]
5
0
BAND
DISP
SET
Car Audio
2 Press [%] or [$] to select
“CD·DA”.
Direct Operation
Random Play
ON
Select
∫ RANDOM
All the available tracks play in a random
sequence.
lights.
POWER
SOURCE
Select “CD·DA”.
Repeat Play
ON
Select
∫ REPEAT
MENU
SEL
NUMBER
MUTE
OFF Cancel
Default: OFF
SEL
NUMBER
Press and hold [MENU]
for more than 2 seconds
during CD playing.
Default: OFF
MENU
SOURCE
Repeat the current track.
lights.
Press [4]
(Random play).
VOL
#
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
BAND
9
Press [6]
(Repeat play).
5
0
DISP
SET
OFF Cancel
Car Audio
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ Press and hold [MENU] for more than
2 seconds to return to the regular
mode.
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MP3/WMA Player
Do not watch the scroll display while driving.
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Folder Selection
["]: Next folder
[#]: Previous folder
File Selection
[9]: Next file
[:]: Beginning of the current file
For the previous file, press twice.
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
Press and hold
[9] (5): Fast forward
[:] (6): Fast reverse
Release to resume the playback.
Pause
Press [;/1].
Press [;/1] again to
cancel.
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MP3/WMA Player (continued)
Random Play/Repeat Play
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[SEL]
(MENU)
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
["] [#] (Submenu)
2 Submenu
3 Set
VOL
#
MUTE
[MENU] [SET]
1 Menu
SEL
NUMBER
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
1 Press [MENU] during
MP3/WMA playing.
Press ["] or [#].
Note:
≥ Press [MENU] to return to
the regular mode.
Press and hold [MENU]
for more than 2 seconds
during MP3/WMA playing.
0
BAND
[%] [$]
ON
All the files on all folders play in a random
sequence.
lights.
OFF Cancel
Press [4] (Random play).
Press and hold [4] (Folder random play).
Press [6] (Repeat play).
Press and hold [6] (Folder repeat play).
SOURCE
MENU
SEL
NUMBER
Select
∫ FOLDER RANDOM
Default: OFF
ON
All the available files on the current folder play
in a random sequence.
lights.
OFF Cancel
MUTE
Select “MP3/WMA”.
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
BAND
ON
Select
∫ REPEAT
Repeat the current file.
lights.
OFF Cancel
Folder Repeat Play
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Select
∫ FOLDER REPEAT
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DISP
SET
Repeat Play
Default: OFF
VOL
#
6
Default: OFF
[DISP]
(Display)
Car Audio
POWER
Folder Random Play
DISP
SET
Direct Operation
Select
∫ RANDOM
Default: OFF
5
[DISP] (Display)
2 Press [%] or [$] to select
“MP3/WMA”.
Random Play
[BAND]
(SET)
Press [SET].
["] [#]
(Submenu)
[%] [$]
Repeat the current folder.
lights.
Car Audio
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ Press and hold [MENU] for more than
2 seconds to return to the regular
mode.
OFF Cancel
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MP3/WMA Player (continued)
Notes on MP3/WMA
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What is MP3/WMA?
MP3 (MPEG audio layer 3) and WMA (Windows
Media™ Audio) are the compression formats of
digital audio. The former is developed by MPEG
(Motion Picture Experts Group), and the latter is
developed by Microsoft Corporation. Using these
compression formats, you can record the contents
of about 10 music CDs on a single CD media. (These
figures refer to data recorded on a 650 MB CD-R
or CD-RW at a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps and a
sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.)
Note:
≥ MP3/WMA encoding and writing software is not
supplied with this unit.
≥ CD writing software is not supplied with this unit.
Points to Remember
When Making MP3/WMA Files
Common:
≥ High bit rate and high sampling frequency are
recommended for high quality sounds.
≥ Selecting VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is not
recommended because playing time is not
displayed properly and sound may be skipped.
≥ The playback sound quality differs depending on
the encoding circumstances. For details, refer to
the user manual of your own encoding software
and writing software.
MP3:
≥ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps
or more” and “fixed”.
Display Information
∫ Displayed Items/displayable characters
ASCII character set:
A to Z, a to z, digits 0 to 9, and the following
symbols:
(space) ! ” ’ # $ % & ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^
_`{|}~
Special characters:
ÀÁÂÃÅÄàáâãåä
ÒÓÔÕÖòóôõö
ÙÚÛÜùúûü
CD-TEXT
Disc title
Track title
MP3/WMA
Folder name
File name
Max. 64
Max. 64
Max. 64
max. 64
MP3 (ID3 tag)
Album title
Max. 30
Title and artist Max. 30
WMA (WMA tag)
Artist title
Max. 30
Title and artist Max. 30
≥ Name files and folders in accordance with
the standard of each file system. Refer to the
instructions of writing software for details.
≥ ASCII character set and special characters in each
language can be displayed.
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Recording MP3/WMA Files
on a CD-Media
≥ You are recommended to minimize the chances
of making a disc that contains both CD-DA files
and MP3/WMA files.
≥ If CD-DA files are on the same disc as MP3
or WMA files, the songs may not play in the
intended order, or some songs may not play at
all.
≥ When storing MP3 data and WMA data on the
same disc, use different folders for each data.
≥ Do not record files other than MP3/WMA files and
unnecessary folder on a disc.
≥ The name of MP3/WMA file should be added by
rules as shown in the following descriptions and
also comply with the rules of each file system.
≥ You may encounter trouble in playing MP3/WMA
files or displaying the information of MP3/WMA
files recorded with certain writing software or CD
recorders.
≥ The file extension “.mp3” or “.wma” should be
assigned to each file depending on the file format.
≥ This unit does not have the play list function.
≥ Although Multi-session recording is supported,
the use of Disc-at-Once is recommended.
Folder Selection Order/File
Playback Order
Maximum number of files/folders:
≥ Maximum number of files: 999
≥ Maximum number of files in one folder: 255
≥ Maximum depth of trees: 8
≥ Maximum number of folders:
255 (Root folder is included.)
Note:
≥ This unit counts the number of folders irrespective
of the presence or absence of MP3/WMA file.
≥ Operation returns to the start of the disc when
a folder with no MP3 or WMA format files is
selected.
≥ Playback order may be different from other
MP3/WMA players even if the same disc is used.
≥ “ROOT” appears when displaying the root folder
name.
1
Root folder (root directory)
2
Note:
≥ With some software in which MP3/WMA format
files have been encoded, the character information
may not be displayed properly.
≥ Undisplayable characters and symbols will be
converted into an asterisk.
Supported file systems:
ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Apple Extension to ISO
9660, Joliet, Romeo
Note:
≥ Apple HFS, UDF 1.50, Mix CD, CD Extra are not
supported.
1
[
Folder selection
In the order 1 to
4
3
6
3
[
File selection
[
1
In the order
2
[
to
[
4
5
6
Tree 1
Tree 2
4
[
Tree 3 ........Tree 8 (Max.)
Compression formats:
(Recommendation: “Points to Remember When Making MP3/WMA Files” on the previous page)
Compression method
Bit rate
VBR Sampling frequency
MPEG 1 audio layer 3 (MP3)
32 kbps−320 kbps Yes 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
MPEG 2 audio layer 3 (MP3)
8 kbps−160 kbps Yes 16, 22.05, 24 kHz
Windows Media Audio Ver. 2/Ver. 8/Ver.9* 64 kbps−192 kbps No
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
WMA:
≥ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “64 kbps
or more” and “fixed”.
≥ Do not set the copy protect attribute on the WMA
file to enable this unit to playback.
Caution:
≥ Never assign the “.mp3”, or “.wma” file
name extension to a file that is not in the
MP3/WMA format. This may not only produce
noise from the speaker damage, but also
damage your hearing.
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Windows Media, and
the Windows logo are
trademarks, or registered
trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United
States and/or other
countries.
* WMApro, Loss-less: Not available
64 kbps at 48 kHz: Not available
Copyright:
It is prohibited by copyright laws to copy, distribute
and deliver copyrighted materials such as music
without the approval of copyright holder except
enjoying yourself personally.
No warranty:
Above description complies with our investigations
as of December 2003. It has no warranty for
reproducibility and displayability of MP3/WMA.
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CD Changer Control
Changer indicator
lights when the changer is connected.
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[:]/[9] (6/5)
(Track selection/
fast forward/fast reverse)
["] [#]
(Disc
selection)
[SOURCE]
[SOURCE]
[0] to [9]
(Disc number)
[5] (Scan play)
[6] [5]
(Track selection/
fast forward/
fast reverse)
["] [#]
(Disc selection)
[BAND]
(CD changer selection)
(SET)
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
SEL
NUMBER
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VOL
MUTE
#
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
BAND
[fl]
(Number)
9
5
0
SET
DISP
[DISP]
(Display)
Car Audio
[DISP] (Display)
[BAND] (CD changer selection)
CD changer functions are designed for optional
Panasonic CD changer unit.
≥ Connect the CD changer, and load a magazine
(CDs).
Disc Selection
["]: Next disc
[#]: Previous disc
Track Selection
Note:
≥ The power will be turned on automatically
when a magazine is loaded.
≥ This unit does not support the following
through the CD changer.
· CD-RW playback
(except when CX-DP880U is connected.)
· CD text display
· MP3/WMA playback
≥ Pausing does not function in the changer
mode.
[9]: Next track
[:]: Beginning of the current track
For the previous track, press twice.
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
Press and hold
[9] (5): Fast forward
[:] (6): Fast reverse
Release to resume the playback.
Scan Play
The first 10 seconds of each track is played in
sequence.
Press [5] (SCAN).
lights.
Press [5] (SCAN) again to cancel.
Disc Scan Play
From the next disc, the first 10 seconds of the
first track of all the discs is played in sequence.
Press and hold [5] (SCAN) for more than 2 seconds.
lights.
CD changer mode display
Preparation:
Use the dual CD changer selector (CA-CD55U,
option) to connect 2 CD changers (page 72).
Press [BAND].
The selected changer number (either 1 or 2) is
displayed.
Direct Disc Selection
Example: disc number 5
1 Press [fl].
2 Press [5].
CD Changer Mode
Press [SOURCE] to select the CD changer mode and
playback starts.
CD Changer Selection
Press and hold [5] (SCAN) again for more than
2 seconds to cancel.
3 Press [BAND] (SET).
Note:
≥ To suspend direct disc selection, press [DISP]
(display) or [fl].
≥ Random, scan and repeat play are canceled once
[fl] is pressed.
Note:
≥ Load a magazine with CDs when “NO DISC” is
displayed.
≥ “MAGAZINE EJECT” is displayed when magazine
is ejected in the CD changer mode.
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CD Changer Control (continued)
Random Play/Repeat Play
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[SEL]
(MENU)
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
["] [#] (Submenu)
[MENU]
1 Menu
2 Submenu
SEL
NUMBER
[SET]
3 Set
VOL
#
MUTE
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
1 Press [MENU] during CD
changer mode.
Press ["] or [#].
Note:
≥ Press [MENU] to return
to the regular mode.
Press and hold [MENU]
for more than 2 seconds
during CD changer mode.
5
0
BAND
ON
Default: OFF
Car Audio
[%] [$]
All the available tracks on all discs in the
magazine play in a random sequence.
lights.
OFF Cancel
Press [4] (Random play).
Press and hold [4] (Disc random play).
Press [6] (Repeat play).
Press and hold [6] (Disc repeat play).
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
SEL
NUMBER
Select
∫ DISC RANDOM
Default: OFF
[DISP]
(Display)
Direct Operation
Select
∫ RANDOM
Disc Random Play
DISP
SET
[DISP] (Display)
2 Press [%] or [$] to select
“CD•CH”.
Random Play
[BAND]
(SET)
Press [SET].
["] [#]
(Submenu)
[%] [$]
ON
All the available tracks on the current disc play
in a random sequence.
lights.
OFF Cancel
Select “CD•CH”.
MUTE
VOL
#
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
BAND
9
5
0
DISP
SET
Repeat Play
Default: OFF
ON
Select
∫ REPEAT
Repeat the current track.
lights.
OFF Cancel
Disc Repeat Play
ON
Select
∫ DISC REPEAT
Default: OFF
Repeat the current disc.
lights.
Car Audio
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ Press and hold [MENU] for more than
2 seconds to return to the regular
mode.
OFF Cancel
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Audio Settings
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24
1 Press [VOLUME]
2 Turn [VOLUME].
(PUSH SEL: select).
Press [VOL "] or [VOL #].
(Push.)
Press [SEL].
[VOLUME "]
[VOLUME #]
Volume
[VOLUME "]: Up
[VOLUME #]: Down
Push
Default: 18
Setting range: 0 to 40
DC (Dynamic Control)
(Bass/Treble)
By setting the bass and treble, the bass and
treble can be accentuated so you can create the
kind and quality of sound that you really like.
Push
[VOLUME "]: Increased
[VOLUME #]: Decreased
The DC indicator lights when this setting has been
performed.
Push
[VOLUME "]: Increased
[VOLUME #]: Decreased
Default: i1
Setting range: OFF, LVi1 to LVi10 (by 1 step)
The DC indicator lights when this setting has been
performed.
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ If no operation takes place for more than
5 seconds in audio setting (2 seconds in
the volume setting), the display returns to
the regular mode.
≥ The volume can also be adjusted directly
using [VOLUME] on the main unit
(page 23).
≥ Do not activate SQ and DC (bass/treble)
at the same time to avoid causing sound
distortion.
(page 44)
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Subwoofer Level
You can change the subwoofer volume level.
Default: 0 dB
Setting range: j¶ (subwoofer mute),
j6 dB to i6 dB (by 2 dB)
Subwoofer Low Pass Filter
(LPF)
[VOLUME "]: Increased
[VOLUME #]: Decreased
[VOLUME "]: Increased
[VOLUME #]: Decreased
You can select the upper limit frequency of the
sound from subwoofer.
Default: 120 Hz
Setting range: OFF, 60 Hzj160 Hz (by 5 Hz)
High Pass Filter (HPF)
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ If no operation takes place for more than
5 seconds in audio setting (2 seconds in
the volume setting), the display returns to
the regular mode.
≥ When SBC-SW setting (page 23) has
been selected to ON, the settings resulting
from the adjustments performed at the
subwoofer level and subwoofer low pass
filter settings are reflected in the output.
[VOLUME "]: Increased
[VOLUME #]: Decreased
Select the lower limit frequency of the sound
from speakers (except subwoofer).
Default: OFF
Setting range: OFF, 90 Hzj225 Hz (by 5 Hz)
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POWER
SOURCE
MENU
MUTE
VOL
[VOL #]
#
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
[BAND]
[VOL "]
SEL
NUMBER
BAND
9
[2] to [6]
(SQ preset
buttons)
5
0
DISP
SET
[DISP]
(Display)
Car Audio
∫ To return an adjusted SQ to the default
setting
SQ Adjustment
(SQ ADJUSTMENT)
Center frequency and level are
adjustable in each of 9 bands. This lets
you fine tune sound quality for each
genre to suit car-interior acoustics and
your personal preferences.
Equalizer center frequency:
62.5 Hz, 125 Hz, 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz,
2 kHz, 4 kHz, 8 kHz, 16 kHz (default)
Setting range: j12 dB to i12 dB
(by 2 dB)
SQ Preset Memory
Setting (SQ PRESET MEMORY)
You have 6 preset modes (FLAT, POP,
ROCK, VOCAL, JAZZ, CLUB). You
can customize your settings for these
(except FLAT) and save them for instant
recall.
≥ Do not activate SQ and DC
(bass/treble) at the same time to
avoid causing sound distortion.
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Press and hold [BAND] for more than 2 seconds
during SQ adjustment setting.
1 Press [%] or [$] to select a band.
[$]: Up
[%]: Down
2 Turn [VOLUME] to select a center frequency.
[VOLUME "]: Up
[VOLUME #]: Down
3 Press ["] or [#] to adjust the equalizer level.
["]: Up
[#]: Down
Note for SQ adjustment and preset memory:
≥ To call a preset SQ, refer to page 25.
≥ While the SQ adjustment mode is established,
only adjustments are performed, and even if the
adjustment mode is exited without presetting
an adjusted effect, what has been set will be
reflected as the current SQ until another SQ is
selected.
≥ Even when the SQ presets are adjusted, the
display which appears when the settings are
called remains unchanged.
≥ Only buttons [2] to [6] can be used to
preset the adjusted SQ. An adjusted SQ
cannot be preset in button [1].
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the regular
mode.
≥ If no operation takes place for more than
10 seconds in SQ adjustment and position
settings, the display returns to the regular
mode.
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POWER
SOURCE
VOL
MUTE
RAND
4
3 Set
Press [%] or [$].
5
7
6
9
Car Audio
Note:
≥ Press [DISP] (display) to return to the
regular mode.
≥ If no operation takes place for more than
10 seconds in SQ adjustment and position
settings, the display returns to the regular
mode.
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Function Settings
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34
2 Submenu
3 Set
Press ["] or [#].
Press [SET].
Mute/Attenuation
MUTE
No sound
(Mute)
Select
∫ MUTE KEY
You can select mute or
attenuation when [MUTE] is
pressed (page 23).
ATT
Decrease 10 steps
(Attenuation)
ON
Security function is activated.
Default: MUTE
Select “FUNCTION”.
Security Function
Allows you to activate the
anti-theft function when leaving
your car.
Default: ON
Security Function
When the key in the ignition is turned OFF
≥ Security message will be displayed.
Select
∫ SECURITY
OFF
Security function is not
activated.
≥ The panel removal alarm will be active
(page 63).
When the front panel is removed
≥ The security indicator blinks (page 63).
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Customize the Display (Customize function)
[SOURCE]
[SEL] (Select)
[%] [$] (Select)
POWER
[SOURCE]
SOURCE
SEL
NUMBER
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2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
6
["] [#]
(Select)
[BAND]
(SET)
VOL
#
MUTE
[SET]
Note:
≥ Do not write data on the CD-R/RW disc if, by
so doing, the maximum allowed number of files
listed below will be exceeded. If files are written
on the CD-R/RW disc in a number which exceeds
the maximum number of files allowed as given in
the table below, it will not be possible to use the
excess files.
Type of image Extension Max. number of
MENU
9
5
0
BAND
SET
DISP
["] [#]
[%] [$]
(Select)
Car Audio
What the customize function does
This function enables the user to rewrite the unit’s
graphic pattern, still picture or opening or closing
moving picture into a desired replacement image.
Image data which can be changed
≥ Data downloaded from Panasonic’s dedicated
web site
≥ Data generated by a PC
The rewriting process is performed using a CD-R/RW disc
on which the replacement data is recorded.
The replacement data and the application (IMAGE
STUDIO) for creating the replacement data using a PC can
be downloaded from the following web site:
http://panasonic.co.jp/pas/en/software/customize/
index.html
Customizing procedure
Preparation:
≥ Have ready the CD-R/RW* disc on which the
replacement data is recorded.
*A dedicated writing software and a drive
are needed to create the CD-R/RW disc.
For further details, refer to Panasonic’s web site
(page 55) or the operating instructions of the
writing software.
1
(Make sure there is no CD insert in the unit.)
Press [SOURCE] to select the CD mode.
and hold [SEL] for more than
2 Press
4 seconds to enter the customize menu.
3
Insert the CD-R/RW disc containing the data
to be used for customizing.
≥ The customize menu screen now appears.
Press ["] or [#] to select an item to be
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press [%] or [$] to select where to save
the file. The screen showing what will
be overwritten is previewed.
(Example: GRAPHIC PATTERN)
Customize menu screen
2 Press [SET].
∫ GRAPHIC PATTERN
Moving image data
∫ STILL IMAGE
Still image data
∫ OPENING MESSAGE
Moving image at power on
∫ CLOSING MESSAGE
Returns to step 5
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7 1 Press [%] or [$] to select “YES”.
2 Press [SET].
New data overwrites existing data.
Moving image at power off
2 Press [SET].
5 1 Press ["] or [#] to select a file.
≥ The maximum number of characters
displayed for filenames is 16. (The
number of characters in the file name
may be limited, depending on the type of
writing software being used.)
2 Press [SET].
≥ The previous screen is restored when
BACK is selected using [$] and [SET] is
pressed to enter the selection.
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Moving image
≥ Customizing is completed successfully,
and operation returns to step 4.
≥ Operation also returns to step 4 when
“No” is selected.
≥ In case of customization failure,
“CUSTOMIZING FAILED” appears.
and hold [SEL] for more than
8 1 Press
4 seconds to exit the customize menu.
≥ The customize mode is released, and
the CD mode is restored.
2 Eject the disc.
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files allowed
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Still image
.pfs
15
Opening image .pfo
5
Closing image .pfe
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≥ Do not write any data except data for customizing
on the CD-R/RW disc.
≥ Do not change the file extension since doing so
will make it impossible for the image to be written
properly.
≥ When data is to be recorded on the CD-R/RW
disc, be absolutely sure to record it in the root
directory (the highest hierarchical level). Do not
write the data in a folder.
≥ When a CD-RW disc has been inserted into the unit,
it may take a few moments for its data to be loaded.
≥ GRAPHIC PATTERN A and STILL IMAGE No.1
cannot be overwritten.
≥ The bigger the file, the longer customizing will take
(approx. 8 minutes for the largest file with 751 KB).
≥ When the power is turned off, when the engine
is stopped or when the panel is released while
customizing is underway, the customizing
operation will be aborted and the data being
rewritten will be lost. In a case like this, proceed
with the customizing operation again.
≥ If the corrupted data is selected, “DISPLAY FILE
INCOMPLETE” appears.
≥ Do not perform any operations while customizing
is in progress (step 7-2).
≥ To return to the default image, download the
applicable file on the web site (page 54) and,
using the CD-R/RW disc containing this file,
perform the rewriting process again.
≥ The download service may be temporarily shut
down without warning due to unspecified reasons.
Furthermore, it may not always be available in all
areas.
≥ For further details, refer to Panasonic’s web site
at the address provided below.
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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Check and take steps as described in the tables below.
Preliminary Steps
If You Suspect Something Wrong
Immediately switch the 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 by yourself because it
is dangerous to do so.
Caution:
≥ Do not use the unit if it malfunctions or if
there is something wrong.
≥ Do not use the unit in abnormal condition,
for example, without sound, or with smoke
or foul smell, which can cause ignition or
electric shock. Immediately stop using it and
call the store where you purchased it.
Problem
Noise
Possible cause
Common
Problem
Possible cause
No power to the unit.
The power cord (battery, ACC and
ground) is connected in the wrong
way.
Check the wiring.
Fuse blow out.
Eliminate the cause of fuse blow out
and replace the fuse with new one.
Consult your dealer.
The Power fails
unintentionally.
The safety device works.
Call the store where you purchased
the unit, or your nearest Panasonic
Servicenter.
Sound is not
generated.
MUTE is set to ON.
Set MUTE to OFF.
The wiring of the speaker lines
are not correct, or a break or poor
contact arises.
Check the wiring in accordance with
the wiring diagram.
You cannot operate the unit while
the demonstration screen appears.
Press [DISP] (display) to end the
demonstration screen.
If the demonstration screen
appears frequently, there is a
possibility that poor contact or
wrong wiring arises between the
battery lead of the unit and the
battery cable of the car.
(The battery lead should be always
powered.)
Check the battery wiring in accordance
with the wiring diagram.
The demonstration
screen displayed and
no operable.
Some operations are
not executable.
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Possible solution
Some operations are not executable Read the operating instructions
in particular modes such as menu carefully and cancel the mode. In case
mode.
the unit is still out of order, consult the
dealer.
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Possible solution
There is an electromagnetic-wave
generator such as a cellular phone
near the unit or its electrical lines.
Keep an electromagnetic-wave
generator such as a cellular phone
away from the unit and the wiring of
the unit. In case the noise cannot be
eliminated due to the wiring harness
of the car, consult your dealer.
The contact of the ground lead is
poor.
Make sure that the ground lead is
connected to an unpainted part of the
chassis securely.
Noise is made in
step with engine
revolutions.
Alternator noise comes from the
car.
Change the wiring position of the
ground lead.
No sound from
speaker(s)
Balance/fader setting is not
appropriate.
Readjust balance/fader.
There is a break, a short circuit,
poor contact or wrong wiring
regarding the speaker wiring.
Check the speaker wiring.
Some speakers are out of order.
Replace the speaker with new one.
The speaker wiring is confused
between right and left.
Perform the speaker wiring in
accordance with the wiring diagram.
Troubleshooting Tips
The speaker channels
are reversed between
right and left.
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Mount a noise filter on the power supply.
Radio
Problem
Poor reception or
noise
Possible cause
Possible solution
Antenna installation or wiring of
antenna cable is faulty.
Check whether the antenna mounting
position and its wiring are correct.
In addition, check to see whether the
antenna ground is securely connected
to the chassis.
No power is supplied to the
antenna amplifier (when using a
film antenna, etc.).
Check the wiring of the antenna
battery lead.
The number of auto
preset stations are
less than 6.
The number of receivable stations
are less than 6.
Move to an area where receivable
stations number is maximum, and try
presetting.
Preset stations cannot
be stored.
The contact of the battery lead is
poor, or the battery lead is not
always powered.
Make sure that the battery lead is
connected securely, and preset
stations again.
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No playback or disc
ejected
The CD-R/RWs that
are playable on
other devices are not
playable on this unit.
Sound skipping or
noise
Sound skipping due to
vibration
Disc unejectable
Remote Control Unit
Possible cause
Possible solution
The disc is inserted upside down.
Insert a disc correctly.
There is a flaw or foreign objects
on the disc.
Remove the foreign objects, or use a
flawless disc.
The disc has unplayable formatted
data.
Refer to the description about
MP3/WMA for playable sound data
except CD-DA (i.e. music CD).
The unit plays back the ROM track
of a mix mode CD.
Skip the ROM track.
The playability of some CD-R/RWs
may depend on the combination
of media, recording software
and recorder to be used even if
these CD-R/RWs are playable on
other devices such as a personal
computer.
Make CD-R/RWs in different
combination of media, recording
software and recorder after referring to
the description about MP3/WMA.
There is a flaw or foreign objects
on the disc.
Remove the foreign objects, or use a
flawless disc. For MP3/WMA, refer to
the description about MP3/WMA.
Problem
No response to
pressing buttons
Possible cause
The battery is inserted in the
Insert a correct battery in the correct
wrong direction. A wrong battery is direction.
inserted.
The lithium battery is weak.
Replace the battery with new one.
The aiming direction of the remote
control unit is wrong.
Aim the remote control unit at the
sensor of the unit and press buttons.
The sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight. (The remote control
unit may not be operable when
the sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight. In such a case, the
system is not faulty.)
Block off sunlight to the sensor.
Error Display Messages
CD/MP3/WMA
Display
Possible cause
Possible solution
Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
Check the disc.
The unit is not sufficiently secured. Secure the unit to the console box with
the rear support strap, etc.
Disc has scratches.
Check the disc.
The unit is tilted at over 30° in the
front-to-end direction.
Make the angle 30° or less.
No operation by some cause.
Something such as a peeled label
obstructs the disc coming out.
Press and hold [<: eject] (OPEN) for
more than 4 seconds when the front
panel is open (disc forced ejection). In
case that the disc forced ejection does
not work, consult the dealer.
If normal operation is not restored,
call the store where you purchased
the unit or the nearest Panasonic
Servicenter to ask for repairs.
MP3/WMA *
The player cannot read the file you
are trying to play for some reasons.
(File recorded in an unsupported
file system, compression scheme,
data format, file name extension,
damaged data, etc.)
Select a file that the player can read.
Confirm the type of data recorded
on the disc. Create a new disc if
necessary.
WMA
An attempt has been made to play
a copy-protected WMA file.
Play WMA files which are not
copy-protected.
No disc in the player.
Insert a disc into the player.
The microcontroller in the unit
operates abnormally due to noise
or other factors.
Note:
≥ Refer to the section on “Notes on MP3/WMA” (page 36).
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Possible solution
Unplug the power cord and plug it
again. In case the unit is still out of
order, consult the dealer.
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Customize Function
Display
Possible cause
Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
A disc other than a music CD
(CD-DA type) is loaded.
Disc has scratches.
Possible solution
Check the disc.
(The changer automatically switches
to the next disc.)
Check the disc.
(The changer automatically switches
to the next disc.)
No operation by some cause.
If normal operation is not restored,
call the store where you purchased
the unit or the nearest Panasonic
Servicenter to ask for repairs.
The display continues if you cannot
switch off the power.
No disc is in the changer
(magazine).
Insert discs into the changer
(magazine).
The dual CD changer selector is
Verify that correct connections have
connected but the changers are not been made.
connected.
The changer has become
disconnected from this unit in the
changer mode.
Note:
≥ Messages in the action and display sections of the error chart vary with changers.
Refer to the operating instructions of the CD changer for details.
Display
Possible cause
NO FILES DETECTED
No customize-specific data on the
disc.
Load a disc that contains
customize-specific data.
Customize failed.
Check to see whether or not the
extension is correct and file contents
are appropriate.
Intended moving image or still
image is damaged.
Customize it again and overwrite the
file with new one.
CUSTOMIZING
FAILED
DISPLAY FILE
INCOMPLETE
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Possible solution
Maintenance
Your product is designed and manufactured to
ensure a minimum of maintenance. Use a dry and
soft cloth for routine exterior cleaning. Never use
benzine, thinner or other solvents.
Product Servicing
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.
Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using
different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings,
or connecting the unit directly without a fuse, could
cause fire or damage to the unit.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest
Panasonic Servicenter for service.
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Notes on Discs
Notes on CD/CD Media
(CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM)
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If you use commercial CDs, they must have
either of these labels below.
How to hold the disc
≥ Do not touch the underside of the disc.
≥ Do not scratch the disc.
≥ Do not bend the disc.
≥ When not in use, keep the disc in the case.
Label side
Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
Do not leave discs on the following places:
≥ Direct sunlight
≥ Near car heaters
≥ Dirty, dusty and damp areas
≥ Seats and dashboards
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center
outward.
<Correct>
<Wrong>
Do not attach any seals or labels to your discs.
Do not write anything on the disc label with a
pointed pen or hard-point pen.
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Notes on CD-Rs/RWs
≥ You may have trouble playing back some
CD-R/RW discs recorded on CD recorders
(CD-R/RW drives), either due to their recording
characteristics or dirt, fingerprints, scratches, etc.
on the disc surface.
≥ CD-R/RW discs are less resistant to high
temperatures and high humidity than ordinary
music CDs. Leaving them inside a car for
extended periods may damage them and make
playback impossible.
≥ Some CD-R/RWs cannot be played back
successfully thanks to incompatibility among
writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and the discs.
≥ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs if the
session is not closed.
≥ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs which
contains other than CD-DA or MP3/WMA data.
≥ Be sure to observe the instructions of CD-R/RW
disc for handling it.
This unit is equipped with a removable face plate. Removing this face plate makes the unit totally inoperable.
Caution:
≥ This face plate is not waterproof. Do not expose
it to water or excessive moisture.
≥ Do not remove the face plate while driving your
car.
≥ Do not place the face plate on the dashboard
or nearby areas where the temperature rises to
high level.
≥ Do not touch the contacts on the face plate or
on the main unit, since this may result in poor
electrical contacts.
Remove the Removable Face Plate
1 Switch off the power of the unit (page 22).
2 Press [ ] (release) to remove the removable
face plate.
(The face plate disengages with a click when it is
removed.)
Note:
≥ Be absolutely sure to turn off the main unit’s
power before removing the removable face plate.
≥ Do not install or remove the removable face plate
while it is moving.
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≥ If dirt or other foreign substances get on the
contacts, wipe them off with a clean and dry
cloth.
≥ To avoid damaging the face plate, do not push it
down or place objects on it while it is open.
≥ The front panel will automatically close about
5 seconds after [
] (release) is pressed while
the front panel is tilted or open, so take care to
ensure that your fingers will not be pinched by
the closing panel.
Install Removable Face Plate
1 Slide the left side of the removable face plate in
place.
2 Press the right end of removable face plate until
“click” is heard.
Security Indicator
The security indicator blinks when the face plate is
removed from the unit.
This function is activated when the security function
is on (page 52).
Security indicator
3 Gently press the bottom of the case and open the
cover. Place the face plate into the case and take
it with you when you leave the car.
Removable face
plate case
Panel Removal Alarm
This alarm sounds to warn you not to forget to
remove the panel before leaving your car.
This function is activated when the security function
is on (page 52).
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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 a
qualified installer could cause damage
to the electrical system and could result
in serious personal injury or death.
If your car is equipped with air bags
and/or anti-theft systems specific
procedures may be required for
connection and disconnection of the
battery to install this product.
Before attempting installation of this
electronic component contact your car
dealer or manufacturer to determine
the required procedure and strictly
follow their instructions.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE
MAY RESULT IN THE UNINTENDED
DEPLOYMENT OF AIR BAGS OR
ACTIVATION OF THE ANTI-THEFT
SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE TO
THE VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY.
Overview
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.
This product should be installed by a professional.
However, if you plan to install this product 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.)
Installation Hardware
No.
Item
1 Mounting collar
2 Hex. nut (5 mm‡)
3 Rear support strap
Diagram Q’ty
1
≥ Identify and label the car wires.
≥ Connect the car wires to the wires of the power
connector.
≥ Install the unit in the dashboard.
≥ Check the operation of the unit.
1
1
4 Tapping screw
(5 mm‡k16 mm)
1
5 Mounting bolt
(5 mm‡)
1
6 Power connector
1
7 Trim plate
1
8 Lock cancel plate
2
If you encounter problems, please consult your
nearest professional installer.
Before you begin installation, look for the 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
product needs servicing.
≥ Installation Hardware... Needed for in-dash
installation.
Required Tools
12 V DC
Test bulb
Electrical tape
Side-cut
pliers
Less than 30o
Caution:
≥ If your car is equipped with air bags and/or
anti-theft systems specific procedures may
be required for connection and disconnection
of the battery to install this product.
≥ Before attempting installation of this
electronic component contact your car
dealer or manufacturer to determine the
required procedure and strictly follow their
instructions.
≥ FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE MAY
RESULT IN THE UNINTENDED DEPLOYMENT
OF AIR BAGS OR ACTIVATION OF THE
ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE
TO THE VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY.
Dashboard Specifications
Thickness Min. 3/16q (4.75 mm)
Max. 7/32q (5.56 mm)
You’ll need a screwdriver, a 1.5 V AA battery, and
the following:
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23/32q (53 mm)
75/32q (182 mm)
Preparation
Note:
≥ Various settings that have been stored in the
memory in other on-board equipment (car
navigation etc.) may be lost if the battery
terminals are disconnected.
Therefore, we recommend to make a record of
or to back up the settings before disconnecting
the terminals.
After completing installation of the main unit,
set the equipment again according to the
record.
≥ We strongly recommend that you wear gloves
for installation work to protect yourself from
injuries.
≥ When bending the mounting tabs of the
mounting collar with a screwdriver, be careful
not to injure your hands and fingers.
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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.
Identify All Leads
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 stereo 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.
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 function.)
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 which are 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 one of the speakers 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.
Antenna Motor
If your car is equipped with an automatic power
antenna, identify the car motor antenna lead by
connecting one bulb tester lead to the car battery
lead and touching the remaining exposed wires
from the cut radio connector plug one at a time. You
will hear the antenna motor activate when you touch
the correct wire.
Antenna
The antenna lead is a thick, black wire with a metal
plug at the end.
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 (page 70)
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
(page 70) 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 60 W (70 W CQ-C9800U ) of audio power.
If using an optional audio amplifier, 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.
Motor Antenna
Connect the car motor antenna lead to the dark blue
motor antenna relay control lead.
(Do not confuse the antenna lead with blue/white
stripe lead for a power amplifier.)
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Connect any optional equipment such as an
amplifier, according to the instructions furnished
with the equipment. Leave about 12q (30 cm) of
distance between the speaker leads/amplifier unit
and the antenna/antenna extension cord. Read
the operating and installation instructions of any
equipment you will connect to this unit.
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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. Now insert the stereo unit into the mounting
collar.
Congratulations! After making a few final checks,
you’re ready to enjoy your new auto stereo system.
Final Checks
1. Make sure that all wires are properly connected
and insulated.
2. Make sure that the stereo unit is securely held in
the mounting collar.
3. Turn on the ignition to check the unit for proper
operation.
If you have difficulties, consult your nearest
authorized professional installer for assistance.
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.
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Electrical Connections
Caution:
≥ This product is designed to operate with 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.
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CD changer input cord
≥ 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.
≥ Remember, if your car has a drive computer or
a navigation computer, the data of its memory
may be erased when the battery terminals are
disconnected.
Antenna
AUX input cord
L (white)
6
Power connector
Preout cord (front)
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PRE-OUT FRONT
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Preout cord (rear)
CD changer
control
connector
R (red)
PRE-OUT REAR
L (white)
Subwoofer cord
(red)
S.W-OUT
Accessory used for wiring
Item
R (red)
AUX-IN
Wiring Diagram
No.
CD.C-IN
Q’ty
1
DC/DC converter
≥ To ensure safety, ask a specialized contractor
or the dealer from whom you purchased the
equipment to install the equipment for you.
≥ Anchor the converter securely using the
screws (option).
External amplifier control power lead (max. 500 mA)
This lead is for connection to the power amplifier.
(Blue/white stripe)
Note:
≥ This lead is used for power control when an external power amplifier is
connected. The power supply of a power amplifier will be activated when
turning on the power of this unit.
6 Power connector
(white)
Fuse (mini auto fuse type, 15 A)
≥ If the fuse (rear panel) blows frequently, they may be
something wrong with the unit or wiring connection.
Consult your nearest Panasonic Servicenter for service.
Note:
≥ Do not bundle or position the DC/DC converter, the speaker
output cords and the antenna near the preout cords. This is in
order to prevent noise from being generated.
(White)
Front speaker lead
Dual CD changer control lead
(Brown/white stripe)
(White/black stripe)
FRONT SP
Note:
≥ Insulate this lead with vinyl tape when you do not connect it.
(Green)
(Blue)
Rear speaker lead
Note:
≥ The power antenna extends automatically when the AM/FM radio mode is
selected.
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To front
speaker
+
Left
(Green/black stripe)
REAR SP
+
(Violet)
To rear
speaker
Right
-
ACC
(Violet/black stripe)
(Red)
L
BATTERY 15 A
(Yellow)
R
Ground lead
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis.
Left
+
Right
(Gray/black stripe)
Battery lead
To the car battery, continuous i12 V DC.
+
(Gray)
Antenna control lead
(to motor antenna) (max. 100 mA)
This lead is not intended for use with switch actuated power antenna.
ACC power lead
To ACC power, i12 V DC.
Monaural
Caution:
≥ Do not connect more than
one speaker to one set of
speaker leads.
(Black)
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Upgrading the System 1
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Example combination
≥ CD changer (CX-DP880U, option)
CD changer
(CX-DP880U, option)
RCA cord (R)
R (red)
CD changer input cord
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Note:
≥ For wiring, carefully read the operating
instructions for the devices connected.
RCA cord (L)
CD.C-IN
L (white)
DIN cord
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Extension cord
(supplied with CX-DP880U)
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CD changer control
connector
Upgrading the System 2
Example combination
≥ CD changer (CX-DP880U, option)
≥ Dual CD changer selector (CA-CD55U, option)
Note:
≥ For wiring, carefully read the operating
instructions for the devices connected.
≥ This unit does not support Sirius satellite radio.
≥ You cannot connect CD changer and Sirius
receiver using the dual CD changer selector
(CA-CD55U, option).
RCA cord
(supplied with CA-CD55U)
R (red)
Changer 1
connecting cord
RCA cord
L (white)
Dual changer
output cord
R (red)
CD changer input cord
CD changer
(CX-DP880U, option)
Extension cord
(supplied with CX-DP880U)
DIN cord
CD.C-IN
L (white)
DIN extension cord
(supplied with CA-CD55U)
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CQ-C9700U
R (red)
CD changer
(CX-DP880U, option)
RCA cord
L (white)
6 Power connector
Remove the vinyl cap.
Cut off the tip.
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TWIN CD C-CONT
Dual CD changer control lead
DIN cord
Dual CD changer
selector
(CA-CD55U, option)
Changer 2
connecting cord
Extension cord
(supplied with CX-DP880U)
(Brown/white stripe)
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Specifications
Speaker System Connection
General
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Note:
≥ For wiring, carefully read the operating
instructions for the devices connected.
Example combination
≥ Stereo power amplifier (option)
≥ Subwoofer (option)
≥ Front speaker, rear speaker (option)
Power supply:
Current consumption:
FM Stereo Radio
DC 12 V (11 V–16 V),
test voltage 14.4 V,
negative ground
Less than 2.5 A
(CD mode;
0.5 W 4-speaker)
CQ-C9800U
Maximum power output: 70 Wk4 (at 1 kHz)
volume control maximum
Subwoofer cord
S.W-OUT
Preout cord (front)
PRE-OUT FRONT
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PRE-OUT REAR
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Preout cord (rear)
Frequency range:
87.9 MHz–107.9 MHz
Usable sensitivity:
13.2 dBf. (1.26 ¨V, 75 ≠)
50 dB quieting sensitivity: 19.2 dBf. (2.51 ¨V, 75 ≠)
Frequency response:
30 Hz–15 kHz (d3 dB)
Alternate channel selectivity: 75 dB
Stereo separation:
40 dB (1 kHz)
Image response ratio:
75 dB
IF response ratio:
100 dB
Signal to noise ratio:
62 dB
Maximum power output: 60 Wk4 (at 1 kHz)
volume control maximum
6 Power connector
(Blue/white stripe)
RCA cord
(option)
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AM Radio
Frequency range:
Usable sensitivity:
Tone adjustment range: Bass: 28 dB at 20 Hz
Treble: 20 dB at 20 kHz
External amplifier
control power lead
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Front speaker
(option)
Remove the vinyl cap.
Rear speaker
(option)
Equalizer center frequency: 62.5 Hz, 125 Hz, 250 Hz,
500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz,
8 kHz, 16 kHz (default)
Variable range of equalizer: j12 dB to 12 dB (2 dB step)
Speaker impedance:
4–8 ≠
Pre-amp output voltage: 5 V
(CD mode; 1 kHz, 0 dB)
Subwoofer output voltage: 5 V
Pre-amp output impedance: 60 ≠
Subwoofer output impedance: 60 ≠
External input impedance: 10 k≠ (AUX IN)
External input sensitivity: Max. 2 V (AUX IN)
Dimensions (WkHkD): 7qk115/16qk61/8q
(178k50k155 mm)
Weight:
3 lbs. 12 oz (1.7 k )
530 kHz–1 710 kHz
25 dB/¨V
(11 V, S/N 20 dB)
CD Player
Sampling frequency:
Pick-up type:
Light source:
Wave length:
Frequency response:
Signal to noise ratio:
Total harmonic distortion:
Wow and flutter:
Channel separation:
8 times oversampling
Astigma 3-beam
Semiconductor laser
780 nm
20 Hz–20 kHz (d1 dB)
106 dB
0.01 % (1 kHz)
Below measurable limits
86 dB
Stereo power amplifier (option)
(bridged connection)
Subwoofer
(option)
Stereo power amplifier (option)
(bridged connection)
Above specifications comply with EIA standards.
Note:
≥ Specifications and design are subject to
modification without notice due to improvements.
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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
YEFM284204
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 2T3
http://www.panasonic.ca
FD0104-0
Printed in China
Imprimé en Chine
Impreso en China
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