Panasonic Car Video System CQ-VD6505W User manual

Panasonic Car Video System CQ-VD6505W User manual
Dual DIN In-dash 6.5” Widescreen Color LCD Monitor/DVD Receiver
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Model:
CQ-VD6505W
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
PWR
MUTE
SRC
VOL
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ENTER / BAND
ENT
TOP MENU
RET
RETURN
DVD MENU
ASP
TILT
CAR AV
CQ-VD6505W
TEXT
English
Safety Information
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■ Read the operating instructions for the unit and all other
components of your car audio system carefully before using
the system. They contain instructions about how to use the
system in a safe and effective manner. Panasonic assumes
no responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to
observe the instructions given in this manual.
Warning
This pictograph intends to alert you to the presence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in severe injury or
death.
Warning
Observe the following warnings when using
this unit.
❑ The driver should neither watch the display nor
operate the system while driving.
Watching the display or operating the system will distract
the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and can cause
accidents. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and
use the parking brake before watching the display or operating the system.
❑ Use the proper power supply.
This product is designed for operation with a negative
grounded 12 V DC battery system. Never operate this
product with other battery systems, especially a 24 V DC
battery system.
❑ Keep batteries and insulation film out of reach of
infants.
Batteries and insulation film can be ingested, so keep them
out of the reach of infants. If an infant ingests a battery or
insulation film, please seek immediate medical attention.
❑ Protect the Deck Mechanism.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the slot of this unit.
❑ Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Do not disassemble, modify the unit or attempt to repair
the product yourself. If the product needs to be repaired,
consult your dealer or an authorized Panasonic Service
Center.
❑ Do not use the unit when it is out of order.
If the unit is out of order (no power, no sound) or in an
abnormal state (has foreign objects in it, is exposed to
water, is smoking, or smells), turn it off immediately and
consult your dealer.
❑ The remote control unit should not lie about in the
car.
If the remote control unit lies about, it could fall on the
floor while driving, get wedged under the brake pedal, and
lead to a traffic accident.
❑ Refer fuse replacement to qualified service personnel.
When the fuse blows out, eliminate the cause and have it
replaced with the fuse prescribed for this unit by a qualified
service engineer. Incorrect replacement of the fuse may
lead to smoke, fire, and damage to the product.
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■ This manual uses pictographs to show you how to use the
product safely and to alert you to potential dangers resulting
from improper connections and operations. The meanings of
the pictographs are explained below. It is important that you
fully understand the meanings of the pictographs in order to
use this manual and the system properly.
Caution
This pictograph intends to alert you to the presence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in injury or material damage.
Observe the following warnings when
installing.
❑ Disconnect the lead from the negative (–) battery
terminal before installation.
Wiring and installation with the negative (–) battery terminal connected may cause electrical shock and injury due to
a short circuit.
Some cars equipped with the electrical safety system have
specific procedures of battery terminal disconnection.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE MAY LEAD TO
THE UNINTENDED ACTIVATION OF THE ELECTRICAL
SAFETY SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
❑ Never use safety-related components for installation, grounding, and other such functions.
Do not use safety-related vehicle components (fuel tank,
brake, suspension, steering wheel, pedals, airbag, etc.) for
wiring or fixing the product or its accessories.
❑ Installing the product on the air bag cover or in a
location where it interferes with airbag operation
is prohibited.
❑ Check for piping, gasoline tank, electric wiring,
and other items before installing the product.
If you need to open a hole in the vehicle chassis to attach
or wire the product, first check where the wire harness,
gasoline tank, and electric wiring are located. Then open
the hole from outside if possible.
❑ Never install the product in a location where it interferes with your field of vision.
❑ Never have the power cord branched to supply
other equipment with power.
❑ After installation and wiring, you should check the
normal operation of other electrical equipment.
The continuation of their using in abnormal conditions may
cause fire, electrical shock or a traffic accident.
❑ In the case of installation to an airbag equipped
car, confirm warnings and cautions of the vehicle
manufacturer before installation.
❑ Make sure the leads do not interfere with driving
or getting in and out of the vehicle.
❑ Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
Observe the following cautions when using
this unit.
❑ Keep the sound volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and
traffic conditions while driving.
❑ Do not insert or allow your hand or fingers to be
caught in the unit.
To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fingers caught in
moving parts or in the disc slot. Especially watch out for
infants.
❑ This unit is designed for use exclusively in automobiles.
❑ Do not operate the unit for a prolonged period with
the engine turned off.
Operating the audio system for a long period of time with
the engine turned off will drain the battery.
❑ Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
Otherwise these will raise the interior temperature of the
unit, and it may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the
unit.
❑ Do not use the product where it will be exposed to
water, moisture, or dust.
Exposure of the unit to water, moisture, or dust may lead
to smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit. Make especially
sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on
rainy days.
Observe the following cautions when
installing.
❑ Refer wiring and installation to qualified service
personnel.
Installation of this unit requires special skills and experience. For maximum safety, have it installed by your dealer.
Panasonic is not liable for any problems resulting from
your own installation of the unit.
❑ Follow the instructions to install and wire the product.
Not following the instructions to properly install and wire
the product could cause an accident or fire.
❑ Take care not to damage the leads.
When wiring, take care not to damage the leads. Prevent
them from getting caught in the vehicle chassis, screws,
and moving parts such as seat rails. Do not scratch, pull,
bend or twist the leads. Do not run them near heat sources
or place heavy objects on them. If leads must be run over
sharp metal edges, protect the leads by winding them with
vinyl tape or similar protection.
❑ Use the designated parts and tools for installation.
Use the supplied or designated parts and appropriate tools
to install the product. The use of parts other than those
supplied or designated may result in internal damage to the
unit. Faulty installation may lead to an accident, a malfunction or fire.
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Caution
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❑ Do not block the air vent or the cooling plate of the
unit.
Blocking these parts will cause the interior of the unit to
overheat and will result in fire or other damage.
❑ Do not install the product where it is exposed to
strong vibrations or is unstable.
Avoid slanted or strongly curved surfaces for installation. If
the installation is not stable, the unit may fall down while
driving and this can lead to an accident or injury.
❑ Installation Angle
The product should be installed in a horizontal position
with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more
than 30˚.
The user should bear in mind that in some areas there may
be restrictions on how and where this unit must be
installed. Consult your dealer for further details.
❑ Wear gloves for safety. Make sure that wiring is
completed before installation.
❑ To prevent damage to the unit, do not connect the
power connector until the whole wiring is completed.
❑ Do not connect more than one speaker to one set
of speaker leads. (except for connecting to a
tweeter)
Observe the following cautions when handling
the battery for the remote control unit.
● Use only specified battery (CR2025).
● Match the polarity of the battery with the (+) and (–) marks
in the battery case.
● Replace a dead battery as soon as possible.
● Remove the battery from the remote control unit when not
using it for an extended period of time.
● Insulate the battery (by placing them in a plastic bag or
covering them with vinyl tape) before disposal or storage.
● Dispose of the battery according to the local regulations.
● Do not disassemble, recharge, heat or short the battery. Do
not throw a battery into a fire or water.
In case of battery leakage
● Thoroughly wipe the battery liquid off the battery case and
insert new battery.
● If any part of your body or clothing comes into contact
with battery liquid, wash it with plenty of water.
● If battery liquid comes into contact with your eyes, wash
them with plenty of water and get immediate medical attention.
CAUTION:
• PLEASE FOLLOW THE LAWS AND REGULATIONS OF YOUR STATE, PROVINCE OR COUNTRY FOR WIRING,
INSTALLATION, AND USE OF THIS UNIT AND THE DEVICES TO BE CONNECTED.
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Safety Information (continued)
3
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.
This system is designed so that you
cannot see moving pictures while
you are driving.
¡Park your car in a safe place and pull the side
brake (parking brake) lever before watching the
monitor.
¡A rear monitor (option) displays moving pictures while driving.
Note:
¡Be sure to connect the side brake (parking
brake) connection lead. (a Installation
Instructions)
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Liquid Crystal Panel
¡Do not cause impact to the liquid crystal panel.
¡Usage temperature range: 0 °C to 40 °C
When the temperature is very cold or very hot, the
image may not appear clearly or may move slowly.
Also, movement of the image may seem to be out of
synchronization or the image quality may decline in
such environments. Note that this is not a malfunction
or problem.
¡In order to protect the liquid crystal panel, keep it out
of direct sunlight while the unit is not in use.
¡Sudden changes in the temperature inside the car such
as those which occur immediately after the car’s air
conditioner or heater has been turned on may cause
the inside of the liquid crystal panel to cloud over due
to water vapor or it may cause condensation (droplets
of water) to form and, as a result, the panel may not
work properly. Do not use the unit while these symptoms are in evidence but leave the unit standing for
about and hour, and then resume or start use.
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Notes on Use
4
Before Reading These Instructions
Differences among 4 Models
This operating instruction manual is for 4 models CQ-VD6505W2/CQ-VD6505W3/
CQ-VD6505W4 and CQ-VD6505W5.
The following table shows the playable region number for each model.
Model
Playable region number
CQ-VD6505W2
2 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W3
3 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W4
4 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W5
5 (ALL)
Example:
2
3
5
ALL
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“Before Disc Playback”
(a page 16)
Components
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
1. Main Unit
(LCD monitor/DVD player)
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XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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OO-OOOOO
5. System Upgrade Guidebook
<YFM284C682ZA>
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
Qty.: 1
Qty.: 1
TILT
PWR
MUTE
SRC
VOL
ENTER / BAND
ENT
TOP MENU
RET
RETURN
DVD MENU
2. Remote Control Unit
<EUR7641060>
(includes a battery: CR2025)
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OO-OOOOO
Qty.: 1
CAR AV
3. Wiping Cloth
<YEFX9991793>
Qty.: 1
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OO-OOOOO
4. Operating Instructions
<YFM284C681ZA>
Qty.: 1
6. Installation Instructions
<YFM294C102ZA>
Qty.: 1
7. Installation Hardware (screws,
cords, etc.)
(a Installation Instructions)
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.
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English
Features
Panasonic welcomes you to our constantly growing family of electronic products owners.
We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully
selected components, and assembled by people who are proud of the reputation their work has built for our company.
We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment, and after you discover the quality, value and reliability
we have built into it, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
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Please refer to the separate “System Upgrade Guidebook” for how to operate this unit when optional devices are
connected.
■ No device is connected to this unit. a Basic operations are covered only by this book.
■ Optional devices are connected to this unit. a Refer to the “System Upgrade Guidebook” in addition.
■ Simultaneous Multi-Device Connection
(with Expansion Module (hub unit))
You can connect the optional Expansion Module (hub
unit) (CY-EM100N). Connection of the Expansion
Module allows you to simultaneously connect
optional devices mentioned before as well as other
AV devices. For details, refer to the operating instructions for the Expansion Module.
Connectable devices
¡CD/DVD changer (max. 1)
¡iPod® (max. 2)
¡iPod with Video (max. 1)
¡Hands-Free Phone System (max. 1)
¡TV tuner (max. 1)
Note:
¡Market conditions regarding optional devices vary
with countries and regions. For further information,
consult your dealer.
¡If a non-Panasonic product is connected to this unit,
we do not guarantee the operations of the product.
¡If iPod with Video is connected, no more iPod can
be connected.
■ Integration of the monitor, FM/AM radio,
■
DVD Video/Video CD player and
CD/MP3/WMA player
Built-in AV Input/Output Terminals
For more convenient connection and setup, all terminals are now provided on the unit itself.
■ Built-in Dolby Digital decoder, DTS decoder
You can enjoy a powerful 5.1 channel surround system by connecting optional center speaker, power
amplifier and sub-woofer.
■ Built-in DSP
7 bands graphic equalizer. (a page 32)
■ GUI (Graphic User Interface)
GUI displays various indications with colorful symbols to enhance visibility, enjoyment, and operability.
■ Disc type and input signal auto-detection
The signal auto-detection function of this unit allows
users to be free from selection between PAL and
NTSC before use of your discs or devices. (For output signal, set TV TYPE . (a page 36))
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■ CS Auto (Circle Surround Automotive)
CS Auto allows your car interior to change to a
splendid audio room in a moment. Every speaker can
be fine-tuned. (a page 33)
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
CS Auto technology is incorporated under license
from SRS Labs, Inc.
Note:
¡If you enable CS Auto, the following functions are
automatically disabled:
GRAPHIC-EQ , CROSS OVER , DOWN MIX ,
MULTI-CH , (a page 32-37).
■ Touch Panel Operation
Simply touch the screen lightly to operate virtually all
functions. Easy-to-use menus and icons let you
“touch and choose” what you want, so you can start
using your system from the very first day. That also
means that while you drive, you can concentrate on
the road.
■ DVD–R, DVD–RW Playback
(a page 16, 48 for details)
■ ID code
4-digit ID code for increased security.
Fill in the ID code memo (a page 46).
Contents
English
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52
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102
¢ Safety Information .......................... 2
¢ Notes on Use ................................................... 5
¢ Before Reading These Instructions .............. 5
¢ Components .................................................... 5
¢ Features ........................................................... 6
¢ Preparation...................................... 8
First time power on, other settings, remote control
unit, symbols used in this manual
¢ Name of Controls and Functions ................ 10
¢ Touch Panel Operation Oveview ................. 12
¢ General .......................................... 14
Power on/power off, display open/close, source
selection, volume, mute, tilt angle
¢ Before Disc Playback..................... 16
¢ Disc Player..................................... 18
¢ Notes on MP3/WMA ...................................... 22
¢ Radio.............................................. 24
¢ AV1/AV2 ......................................... 26
¢ Settings ......................................... 28
Menu operation
User, screen, audio, DVD, input/output, radio
¢ Troubleshooting ........................... 41
¢ Maintenance .................................................. 47
¢ Notes on Discs .............................................. 48
¢ Language Code List...................................... 49
¢ Definition of Terms ....................................... 50
¢ Specifications................................................ 51
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English
Preparation
7
First Time Power On
The speaker setup screen appears after the opening display when the power is turned on for the first time.
Perform speaker setup according to the car conditions in
which this unit is installed. ( SP SETUP a page 34)
Remote Control Unit
Before Initial Use
Pull the insulation film out from
the backside of the remote control gently.
Other Settings
Please refer to the separate “System Upgrade
Guidebook” for how to operate this unit when optional devices are connected.
USER (user settings) (a page 30)
display unit, clock, ID code, memory clear, other
SCREEN (screen settings) (a page 32)
Battery Replacement
q Remove the battery holder with the remote control
unit placed on a flat surface.
q Stick your thumbnail into the groove and push the
holder in the direction of the arrow at the same
time.
w Pull it out in the direction of the arrow using a
tough pointed object.
dimmer, picture
Tough pointed object
AUDIO (audio settings) (a page 32)
sound setup, graphic equalizer, CS Auto, speaker set up,
speaker level, time alignment, source level, cross over
DVD
(DVD settings) (a page 36)
language, display, pro logic, down mix, dynamic range
compression, multiple channel
INPUT/OUTPUT (AV-IN/OUT settings) (a page 37)
source skip
RADIO
w Put a battery in the case with (+)-side facing up.
e Put the case back.
(radio settings) (a page 38)
Lithium battery
2 (CR2025)
FM set up, AM set up
Note:
¡Refer to “Settings” (a page 28) for further information
about operations, settings, and others of the menu
screen.
You may need to set the following depending on the
devices to be connected.
Subwoofer
¡Execute
SP LEVEL
(speaker level). (a page 34)
AV1/AV2 (Camcorder, VCR, etc.)
¡Adjust
SOURCE LEVEL
(AV1/AV2 input level).
(a page 35)
Warning
¡When you connect external devices to AV1-IN/
AV2-IN (AV1/AV2), be sure to connect the side
brake connection lead (aInstallation Instructions).
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Battery case
Warning
¡Keep batteries away from children to avoid the risk
of accidents. If an infant ingests a battery, please
seek immediate medical attention.
Caution
¡Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately.
¡Do not disassemble, heat or short a battery. Do not
throw a battery into a fire or water.
¡Follow local regulations when disposing of a battery.
¡Improper use of a battery may cause overheating, an
explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a fire.
Note:
¡Battery Information:
Battery Type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025)
Battery Life: Approximately 6 months under normal
use (at room temperature)
English
Symbols used in this manual
Pictographs
Disc Marks
You can perform some operations of this unit in one or
more methods with the touch panel or remote control.
This book explains such operations in tabular form as follows. Refer to the following for the pictographs located in
the upper part of each table.
The following pictographs are used for the descriptions
of disc operation. (a page 17-21)
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DVD : DVD
VCD : VCD (Video CD)
CD : CD
Compatible
Discs
Compatible types of disc
The discs compatible with the targeted operation.
Compatible
Discs
MP3 : CD-R/RWs containing MP3 files
WMA : CD-R/RWs containing WMA files
Operation on the Touch Panel
You
can use the touch panel to perform the targeted
Disques
compatiblesIf the operation is not executable with the
operation.
touch panel, “––” is displayed.
Compatible
Discs
Operation on the Remote Control Unit
You can use the remote control to perform the targeted
operation. If the operation is not executable with the
Compatible
remote control, “––” is displayed.
Discs
Compatible
Operation
Discs on the Main Unit
You can use the Main Unit to perform the targeted operation. If the operation is not executable with the Main Unit,
“––” is displayed.
Discos
compatibles
Compatible
Discs
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Name of Controls and Functions
Main Unit
q [SRC] (PWR)
(SOURCE/POWER)
9
Display
PWR
SRC
w [MENU]
e [+] [–]
(VOL)
r [MUTE]
t [ASP]
(ASPECT)
(P•MODE
(PRIVATE
MODE))
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
y [}] [{]
(ALBUM FOLDER)
u [s] [d]
(TUNE TRACK)
i [NAVI]
ASP
TILT
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Remote control
sensor
o [u] (TILT) Security LED
(
SECURITY LED
a page 31)
Dimmer sensor
(
Main Unit
DIMMER
a page 32)
(Panel Open)
Disc slot
Note:
¡[MENU], [ASP], [NAVI], [u] are available only on the main unit.
: This book refers to connections to the Panasonic car navigation system that will come onto the market in the future. Descriptions
regarding the car navigation system are boxed with a dotted line.
q [SRC]
(PWR)
¡Switches on/off the power.
¡Changes the modes such as sound and
picture.
w [MENU]
¡Shows the menu screen.
e [+] [–] (VOL) ¡Adjusts the sound volume.
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r [MUTE]
¡Mutes the sound temporarily.
t [ASP]
(ASPECT)
(P•MODE)
¡Selects the aspect ratio.
¡Activates/inactivates the private mode.
y [}] [{]
(ALBUM
FOLDER)
¡Selects a folder or a disc.
¡Selects (vertically) or adjusts an operation
or item.
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u [s] [d]
(TUNE
TRACK)
¡Goes to beginning.
¡Fast forward/fast reverse.
¡Slow playback ([d]).
i [NAVI]
¡Switches navigation mode on and off.
(available in the future)
o [u] (TILT)
¡Adjusts the monitor position.
¡Opens/closes the panel.
¡Ejects the disc.
English
Remote Control
Aim the remote control at the remote control sensor of the main unit and operate it.
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q [SRC] (PWR)
(SOURCE/POWER)
r [MUTE]
PWR
t [+] [–] (VOL)
MUTE
SRC
VOL
w
[■] [❚❚] [B]
ENTER / BAND
ENT
[s] [d]
TOP MENU
e [RET] (RETURN)
RET
RETURN
DVD MENU
y [}] [{]
[] ] [[ ]
[ENT] (ENTER/BAND)
u[
Note:
¡[ENT], [RET], [■], [❚❚], [B], [
]
(TOP MENU/DVD MENU)
CAR AV
] are available only on the remote control unit.
q [SRC]
(PWR)
¡Switches the power on/off.
¡Changes the modes such as sound and
picture.
w [■]
¡Stops playback.
[❚❚]
¡Pause
[B]
¡Playback
[s] [d]
¡Goes to beginning.
¡Fast forward/fast reverse.
¡Slow playback ([d]).
e [RET]
(RETURN)
¡Returns to the previous display.
¡Inputs the number again.
¡Displays the VCD’s menu.
r [MUTE]
¡Mutes the sound temporarily.
t [+] [–]
(VOL)
¡Adjusts the sound volume.
y []] [[]
¡Selects or searches for a track, file, station.
¡Selects (horizontally) or adjusts an operation or item.
[}] [{]
[ENT]
(ENTER/
BAND)
]
u[
(TOP MENU/
DVD MENU)
¡Selects (vertically) or adjusts an operation
or item.
¡Selects a band.
¡Shows OSD.
¡Searches for broadcast stations and
memorizes them automatically.
¡Determines an operation or item.
¡Displays the DVD/title menu. (Operations
vary according to the media.)
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Touch Panel Operation Overview
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❒ Notes on the Touch Panel
Before operation
¡Clean the surface of the touch panel. (a page 47)
Operation
¡Use only your fingers to operate the touch panel.
¡Do not press the panel forcefully.
¡Do not scratch the panel with fingernails or any
hard objects.
¡Do not use a pen or other sharp implements to
operate the touch panel.
¡Do not bump the front panel.
a Failure to observe the above may damage or
break the glass on the surface of the touch
panel.
The State of Operation Screen
Example: DVD mode
Note:
¡The following picture is partly darkened for explanation.
¡Displaying contents and their positions partly vary with each mode. Refer to the description of each mode for details.
Volume
indicator
Current Disc indicator
mode
(Lights when a disc is loaded)
Clock time (a page 30)
Display Button
(a next page)
Prohibition
Input is not possible because the user has
attempted to perform an operation which
is not supported by the disc contents.
Source Button
Menu Button
(Content varies with each
source)
Displays the Source Selection Screen.
Source Selection Screen
Source Selection Screen appears.
Touch desired source button.
Touch
to quit.
Press [SRC] to change to
desired mode.
Note:
¡The screen above appears when no external
device is connected to AV1, AV2, and the
Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option).
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Displays the Menu Screen.
Menu Screen
Menu Screen appears. Select desired setting.
Menu Setting, (a page 28)
Press [MENU] to let menu
screen appear.
Please refer to the separate “System Upgrade Guidebook” for how to operate this unit when optional devices are
connected.
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Switching the display
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Touching
allows users to switch between screens as follows.
❏ How to Call up Operation Screen
Source
Standard Screen
Operation Screen
Radio
(a page 24)
Disc Player (DVD/VCD (*1)/
CD/MP3/WMA)
(a page 18)
❏ How to Cancel OSD (On Screen Display)
Source
OSD OFF *2
Standard Screen
AV1/AV2 (*1)
(a page 26)
*1 To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
*2 The operation screen is not available in the video mode.
Note:
¡Refer to the description of each mode for how to operate the operation screen.
Showing the hidden part of the screen.
Some items have continued parts. You can see the continued parts by pressing
or
.
DVD mode
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English
General
[SRC] (PWR: power)
PWR
SRC
13
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
[+] [–]
[MUTE]
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
[s] [d]
Remote Control Sensor
ASP
TILT
[MUTE]
CQ-VD6505W
[u] (TILT)
Preparation: Turn your car’s ignition key to the ACC or ON position.
General Operations
Operations
Power
ON :
–
[SRC]
[SRC]
OFF :
–
[SRC]
[SRC]
Note:
¡You cannot turn on the power via the
remote control when ACC SELECT is set to
OFF . (a ACC SELECT , page 31)
Display Open/Close
–
–
[u]
¡Press once to open. Press again to close.
Power
Note:
¡The display automatically closes after a warning alarm sounds if no operation is performed for approximately 30 seconds.
¡When a disc is already loaded, the disc will be ejected.
Source selection
(a page 12)
[SRC]
[SRC]
RADIO (AM/FM)
(a page 24)
DVD (DVD/VCD (Video CD)/CD/MP3/WMA)
(a page 18)
AV1/AV2
(a page 26)
Sources connected to the
Expansion Module (CY-EM100N) *1
(a System Upgrade
Guidebook)
*1 When the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option) is connected.
(a System Upgrade Guidebook)
Note:
¡If there is no external sources connected, AV1/AV2 mode can be set
to skip. (a page 37)
…… Touch/Press and hold for more than 2 seconds
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[MUTE]
English
[+] [–]
(VOL)
14
[SRC] (PWR: power)
PWR
MUTE
SRC
VOL
ENTER / BAND
ENT
[] ] [[ ]
TOP MENU
RET
RETURN
DVD MENU
CAR AV
General Operations (continued)
Operations
Volume
Note:
¡The sound level for
each source is
stored in memory.
[+]
[–]
–
[+]
[–]
Up
Down
Setting Range: –82 dB to 0 dB, default: –40 dB
Note:
¡ The volume level can be set independently for each source and each
disc format.
Mutes the sound.
To cancel, press again.
Mute
–
[MUTE]
[MUTE]
Tilt Angle
–
–
[TILT]
q Press and hold for more than 2 seconds.
or
[]] or [[]
[s] or [d]
w Press to adjust. Setup is the same as
from MENU. Refer to DISPLAY UNIT
for details. (a page 30)
Warning
¡Do not touch the unit while the display is moving. Inserting hands, fingers or foreign objects into the unit can cause injuries and damage to the unit.
Note:
¡After adjusting its angle, also adjust the brightness as well. (a page 32)
¡The car model and installation conditions may impose some restrictions on the
adjustment of the monitor's angle.
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English
Before Disc Playback
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Discs that can be Played Back
❒ Disc Type
DISC
¡Playing back a photo CD disc with this unit could
damage the data that is recorded on the disc.
VCD
(Video CD)
DVD
CD
CD-R/RW
Recordable
Mark/logo
TEXT
Disc Size
NTSC/PAL
Audio
Format
LPCM,
MPEG1,
MPEG2,
dts, Dolby
Digital
Region
No.
2* , 3* ,
4(*3), 5(*4),
(ALL)
(
1)
(
LPCM,
MPEG1
LPCM
LPCM
(CD-DA),
(CD-DA),
MP3/
dts
WMA
2)
*1 CQ-VD6505W2 *2 CQ-VD6505W3 *3 CQ-VD6505W4
*4 CQ-VD6505W5
Note:
¡About CD-Rs/RWs and DVD–Rs/RWs, refer to “Notes on
CD-Rs/RWs, DVD–Rs/RWs”. (a page 48)
¡Some copy-protected music CDs are not playable.
❒ Notes on DVD–Rs/RWs
¡Only video formatted discs are playable. Discs in the
video recording (VR) format are unplayable.
¡Unfinalized discs are unplayable.
¡Some discs are unplayable depending on the disc
itself, device, drive and software that are used for disc
recording.
❒ Discs not supported
The following discs are not played back on this
product.
¡DVD-Audio
¡DVD-ROM
¡DVD-RAM
¡DVD+R
¡DVD+RW
¡SVCD
¡VSD
¡CVD
¡CD-G
¡CD-ROM (except MP3/WMA)
¡CD-RW (except MP3/WMA and CD-DA)
¡CD-R (except MP3/WMA and CD-DA)
¡SACD
¡Photo CD
¡CDV
¡Hybrid SACD (except CD-DA)
¡Divx Video Discs
¡CD-EXTRA (audio-only playback possible)
¡DVDs with a region number other than “2”(*1) ,
“3”(*2), “4”(*3), “5”(*4) or “ALL”
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❒ Symbols used on jackets
ReWritable
12 cm
Video
Format
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*4 CQ-VD6505W5
1
(Examples of such symbols include)
2
¡
: Number of subtitle languages
¡ 2
: Number of audio tracks
¡
: Number of angles
3
The numbers indicate the number of languages,
tracks, angles, etc., recorded on the disc.
Screen size (H:V aspect ratio)
¡
4:3
: 4:3 standard size
¡
LB
: Letterbox (a page 36)
¡ 16:9 wide size
16:9 LB
16:9 PS
: Playback in LETTER BOX format on a
standard screen (4:3).
: Playback in PAN & SCAN (a page 36)
format on a standard screen (4:3).
Note:
¡The size of the image that is displayed on the screen
depends on the screen mode (“Aspect Ratio” a page
39), and on the screen size for the content on the
disc.
❒ Region Management Information
This product is designed and manufactured to
respond to the Region Management Information that
is recorded on a DVD disc. If the Region number
described on the DVD disc does not correspond to
the Region number of this product, this product does
not play the disc.
The Region number for
this product is “2”(*1) ,
“3”(*2) , “4”(*3) , “5”(*4)
and “ALL”.
*1 CQ-VD6505W2
*2 CQ-VD6505W3
*3 CQ-VD6505W4
*4 CQ-VD6505W5
Example:
( 1)
*
2
*3)
3
(
4
ALL
*2)
(
*4)
(
5
English
Disc Insert/Eject
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PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
Warning
CQ-VD6505W
¡Do not touch the unit while the display is moving.
Inserting hands, fingers or foreign objects into the
unit can cause injuries and damage to the unit.
[u] (eject)
Disc Insert
Caution
Press [u] to open the display.
Printed side
¡Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
¡Do not insert foreign object into the disc slot.
¡This unit does not support 8-cm disc. In case of
load such a disc, eject and remove the disc from
the slot immediately.
Disc Eject
Press [u] to stop playback and eject the disc.
(Press [u] again to reload the disc.)
¡The mode that supports the disc is selected, and playback starts.
Caution
DVD VCD CD MP3 WMA
¡When the disc is inserted or ejected, to prevent disc
scratches never exert any downward force on the
disc.
DVD VCD CD MP3 WMA
Note:
¡If you leave a disc in the slot for more than 30 seconds
after its ejection, the disc will be automatically reloaded
after loud beep is energized three times.
CH-C
¡The audio format is automatically identified.
(a page 16)
¡When the menu screen appears, see “Chapter/title
Selection” on page 20.
CH-C
¡Due to limitations of certain discs, some DVD and
VCD (Video CD) discs may not operate as described
in this manual. Refer to the disc jacket for further
details.
¡This unit does not support DVD and VCD (Video
CD) karaoke functions.
When a disc is in the player, change to disc player
mode (CD, MP3, WMA, DVD or VCD (Video CD)) and
playback starts.
Note:
¡The power will be turned on automatically when a disc
is loaded.
¡You can play a disc even if the monitor is closed.
DVD VCD CD MP3 WMA
CH-C
¡The sound may be interrupted for a few moments
while the audio format is being identified.
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English
Disc Player
Disc Mode (DVD) Selection
q Touch “Source Button”.
[SRC]
d
w Touch
(DVD) on the
Source Selection
Screen.
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Source Button
PWR
ALBUM
FOLDER
[}] [{]
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
[s] [d]
MUTE
NAVI
SRC
MENU
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
CQ-VD6505W
Press [SRC] to change to the desired
mode.
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of
touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
(Only for Video Mode)
Video Mode
DVD mode display
Source Button
VCD (Video CD) mode display
Playing time
Operation Buttons
Source Button
Playing time
Operation Buttons
Audio Mode
❒ Folder/File/Track Selection
MP3/WMA mode display
(Example: MP3 mode)
Source Button Playing time
: Folder
: MP3/WMA file
Title/text scroll
Operation Buttons
Folder selection
CD mode display
Source Button
Current track
Operation Buttons
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Playing time
Title/text scroll
q Touch
(folder name) to select
a folder.
,
: scrolls up/down the file list by
1 page.
,
: scrolls up/down the file list by
1 line.
w Touch
(file name) to play.
q Press []], [[], [}] or [{] to select a
folder.
[]] [[]: movement among different levels of trees
[}] [{]: movement in the same tree
w Press [ENTER].
Note:
¡It is not possible to display the whole tree and file list
in a folder.
¡The displayed contents on the touch panel vary with
circumstances.
English
Basic Operations
Operations
Operations
Compatible
Discs
18
Track/file Selection
DVD VCD
CD
Compatible
MP3
WMA
Discs
DVD
Fast Forward/
Fast Reverse
Disques
DVD VCD
compatibles
CD
MP3 WMA
Compatible
DVD VCD
Discs
Folder Selection
MP3 WMA
Title/text Scroll
Compatible
Discs
[d]
[d]
Next track/file
[s]
[s]
Beginning of the current track/file
Previous track/file (Touch/press twice.)
Note:
¡When playing a DVD, there are cases where it is not possible to return to
the start of a chapter that spans 2 titles. (a page 50)
Fast forward
Release to resume playback.
Fast reverse
[s]
[s]
Release to resume playback.
The speed changes if the button is held down as follows.
Regular speed /1.5 times (DVD) /10 times (DVD) /20 times
Touch
desired
folder
CD MP3 WMA
[d]
[d]
[}]
[}]
Next folder
[{]
[{]
Previous folder
–
–
Scrolls the title/text once
[3]
–
To resume playback, touch/press
/ [5].
[y]
–
To resume playback, touch/press
again or touch/press
/ [5].
DVD VCD
Stop
Compatible
CD
Discs
MP3 WMA
DVD VCD
Pause
CD
Discos
MP3 WMA
compatibles
Slow Playback
[d]
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
MP3 WMA
–
–
To cancel, touch and hold for more
than 2 seconds again.
CD
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
–
To cancel, touch and hold again.
DVD VCD
Compatible
Discs
Repeat Play
¡Touch/press and hold in the pause mode.
Playback is at about 1/3 normal speed.
To resume normal playback, touch/press
/ [5].
Note:
¡Reverse slow playback is not possible.
[d]
DVD VCD
CD
*
MP3 WMA
Repeat Play within the
Current Folder
Scan Play
Random Play
*
CD
*
MP3 WMA
Random Play within the
Current Folder
MP3 WMA
*
…… Touch/Press and hold
* Touch panel symbols will change to indicate these current mode.
,
{F= FOLDER (folder)}
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Disc Player (continued)
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
Chapter/title Selection
Operations
Operations
19
Showing menu and
selecting an item
*1 Note on VCD:
For VCD, touch/press
/ [RETURN] instead
of
/ [DVD MENU].
Compatible
Discs
Compatible
Discs
Touch the numerical
key to enter a number
directly
*1
d
VCD
*1
Disques
compatibles
Compatible
Discs
DVD
Compatible
Discs
–
–*2
d
–*2
d
[] ] [[ ] [s] [d]
[}] [{] [}] [{]
d
[ENTER]
–
–
[RETURN]
DVD
Compatible
Discs
Starting Playback
from a specific
chapter/title
or
[DVD MENU]
or
[RETURN]*1
–
q Menu appears.
d
w Select the desired item.
d
e Determine the setting.
Returns to the previous display.
Note:
¡When the top menu does not appear even by pressing [DVD MENU],
press and hold the same button for more than 2 seconds.
d
to
–
–
–
–
d
q Toggles “Chapter number input
mode”, “Title number input mode”
and “Number input mode”.
d
w Input desired number.
d
[ENTER]
–
e Playback starts.
Note:
¡For retrying selection during number entry, touch/press
/[RETURN].
Discos
compatibles
Note:
, the operation buttons disappear.
¡If no operation is performed for 8 seconds after you have touched
¡If the title/chapter number is inputted and no operation is performed for 2 seconds, playback will start from the number of the title/chapter entered.
Compatible
Discs
Showing Source button and Menu button
*2 On-Screen Direct Operation (Only for DVD)
Press
. The Source button and Menu button appear.
Some DVDs allow you to operate the DVD menu by
touching the screen.
In such a case, if your targeted button is located too close
to other buttons, a part of the screen may be enlarged in
order that you can press the button for sure.
Source Button
(a page 12) Menu Button
(a page 12)
Note:
¡When the current disc is not ready for the on-screen
direct operation, perform operations with the buttons
on the remote control or the unit.
¡The on-screen direct operation of the DVD menu is not
available in the DVD changer mode.
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Moving operation buttons (Only for DVD)
When the operation buttons interfere with operations,
press
. The buttons are transferred as shown below.
English
DVD mode display
20
Repeat play
DVD menu
Return
Chapter/title selection
Fast forward/fast reverse
Play/stop/pause
Audio language/
Angle/
Subtitle language
Useful Function
Operations
Operations
Compatible
Discs
Subtitle Language
–
Compatible
DVD
Discs
Audio Language
Angle
Compatible
Discs
DVD
Compatible
Discs
–
Discos
compatibles
¡Touch during playback.
–
–
¡Touch during playback.
For DVDs which contain scenes which have been shot simultaneously from
a number of different angles the same scene can be viewed from each of
these different angles during play. ( ANGLE MARK a page 36)
–
VCD
–
It is possible to change the audio language during play if multiple audio languages are recorded on the disc.
Stereo & Monaural
Compatible
Discs
¡Touch during playback.
It is possible to change the subtitle language during play if multiple languages are recorded on the disc.
Note:
¡There may be a brief delay before the subtitles appear.
Disques
compatibles
DVD
–
–
It is possible to switch the audio between stereo sound and monaural sound
(L or R).
STEREO
d
MONO.L
d
MONO.R
: stereo sound
: the left channel audio is output on both the left and
right speakers.
: the right channel audio is output on both the left and
right speakers.
Compatible
Note:
Discs
is touched, the operation buttons disappear.
¡If no operation is performed for 10 seconds or
¡It may not be possible to switch the language unless the unit is at the DVD menu (a previous page) or is at the DVD
settings. (a page 36)
¡The language on the DVD settings takes priority when the power is turned on or the disc is loaded.
¡The number of languages and angles depend on the disc. Some discs have only one language/angle or have no language/angle.
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Notes on MP3/WMA
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What is MP3/WMA?
Display Information
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 (This figure refers 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).
Displayed items
*MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Displayable characters
TM
Note:
¡ MP3/WMA encoding and CD writing software programs are
not supplied with this unit.
Points to remember when making MP3/WMA files
¡ CD-TEXT
Disc title
Track title
¡ MP3 (ID3 tag)
Album name
Title and artist name
¡ WMA (WMA tag)
Album name
Title and artist name
¡ MP3/WMA
Folder name
File name
¡ Displayable length of file name/folder name: within 64 characters. (Unicoded file and folder names are reduced by half
in the number of displayable characters.)
¡ 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.
¡ Some Cyrillic characters in the Unicode can be displayed.
Common
¡ High bit rate and high sampling frequency are recommended for high quality sound.
¡ 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 instructions of
your own encoding software and writing software.
MP3
¡ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps or more”
and “fixed”.
WMA
¡ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “64 kbps or more”
and “fixed”.
¡Do not set the copy protection on the WMA file to enable
this unit to play back.
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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ASCII character set
A to Z, a to z, digits 0 to 9, and the following symbols:
(space) ! ” # $ % & ’ ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ˆ _ ` {
|}~
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 ( ).
¡It is recommended that the length of the file name is less
than 8 (excluding the file extension).
*
Windows Media, and the
Windows logo are trademarks,
or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other
countries/regions.
¡ 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.
¡ This unit does not have a play list function.
¡ Although Multi-session recording is supported, the use of
Disc-at-Once is recommended.
English
RecordingRecording
MP3/WMA
MP3/WMA
files on
files
a on
CD-media
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 an MP3/WMA file should be added by rules as
shown in the following descriptions and also comply with
the rules of each file system.
¡ The file extension “.mp3” or “.wma” should be assigned to
each file depending on the file format.
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Supported file systems
ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Apple Extension to ISO 9660, Joliet,
Romeo
Note:
¡ Apple HFS, UDF 1.50, Mix CD and CD Extra are not supported.
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 k – 320 kbps
Yes
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
MPEG 2 audio layer 3 (MP3)
8 k – 160 kbps
Yes
16, 22.05, 24 kHz
Windows Media Audio Ver. 2, 8, 9*
32 k – 192 kbps
Yes
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
* WMA 9 Professional/LossLess/Voice are not supported.
Folder selection order/file playback order
Maximum number of files/folders
¡ Maximum number of files: 511 (file and folders)
¡ Maximum number of files in one folder: 255
¡ Maximum depth of trees: 8
¡ Maximum number of folders: 255 (Root folder is included.)
Root Folder
(Root Directory)
1
2
q
Folder Selection
3
w
In the order
1
–
8
4
Note:
¡ You can shorten the duration between data read and playback by decreasing the quantity of files or folders, or the
depth of the hierarchy.
¡ This unit counts the number of folders irrespective of the
presence or absence of an MP3/WMA file.
¡ If the selected folder does not contain any MP3/WMA files,
the nearest MP3/WMA files in the order of playback will be
played.
¡ 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.
e
File Selection
In the order
–
y
q
5
6
r
7
8
Tree 1
Tree 2
Tree 3
t
y
Tree 4
Tree 8
(Max.)
Copyright
No warranty
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.
The above description complies with our investigations as
of December 2006. It has no warranty for reproducibility
and displayability of MP3/WMA.
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Radio
Radio Mode Selection
Source Button
q Touch “Source Button”.
d
[SRC]
w Touch
(RADIO) on the
Source Selection
Screen.
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[s] [d]
Frequency
[}] [{]
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
Press [SRC] to change to the desired
mode.
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch
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*1 List selection
.
Preset
stations
Stereo
indicator
Band selection
Auto presetting
*1 Appears when ALL is selected. (a page 38)
MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e
EACH
/
ALL
Tuning
Operations
Band Selection
*2
FM 1
List Selection
[BAND]
–
FM 2
FM 3
AM
Preparation: Select ALL . (a page 38)
MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e
Refer to the next page.
*2
LIST 1
[BAND]
–
LIST 2
LIST 3
AM
*2 The displayed contents on the
touch panel vary with circumstances.
EACH
*3
/
ALL
*2 The displayed contents on
the touch panel vary with
circumstances.
There are 6 stations in each list. You can call up next 6 stations by switching from one
list to another.
*3 From the touch panel, you can toggle only Lists 1-3, but not AM . To change to AM ,
touch
.
Station
Selection
[[]
[d]
Up
[]]
[s]
Down
Seek Tuning
[[]
[d]
Up
[]]
[s]
Down
Touch/press and hold for more than 0.5 second then release. Seeking starts.
…… Touch/Press and hold
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English
Preset Memory
Manual Preset
Memory
Up to 6 stations can be
preset in each band.
Select a band and frequency.
to
–
–
blinks once
24
¡Touch and hold for more than 2 seconds.
¡The frequency blinks once, and a receiving station is saved in the memory.
New stations overwrite existing saved stations.
Auto Preset
Memory
Preparation: Select EACH . (a page 38) (default: EACH )
MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e
EACH /
A
Select a band.
Six stations are automatically preset in each band.
[BAND]
–
ALL
6 stations with first to 6th highest in signal
strength of each band will be preset.
¡Touch/press and hold for more than 2 seconds.
¡Once set, the preset stations are sequentially scanned for 5 seconds each. (scanning)
New stations overwrite existing saved stations.
B
In total 18 FM stations are
automatically preset.
Preparation: Select ALL . (a page 38)
MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e
[BAND]
–
EACH
/
ALL
18 stations with first to 18th highest in signal
strength of all FMs will be preset at once.
¡Touch/press and hold for more than 2 seconds.
¡Once set, the preset stations are sequentially scanned for 5 seconds each. (scanning)
New stations overwrite existing saved stations.
Preset Station
Calling
Select a band or a list.
to
–
–
¡Touch desired preset button.
Preset Swap
A station preset is interchangeable with another
station preset.
Preparation: Select ALL . (a page 38)
MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e
EACH
/
ALL
q Select the list and the preset number that contains the station to be interchanged
(see “Preset station calling” above).
w Select the list and hold down the preset number that contains the targeted channel
for more than 2 seconds.
to
–
–
The preset station selected in the step q is
interchanged with the targeted preset channel selected in the step w (Preset Swap).
…… Touch/Press and hold
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AV1/AV2
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Please refer to the separate “System Upgrade Guidebook” for how to operate this unit when optional devices are
connected.
Preparation:
¡Connect an optional external device to the AV1/AV2.
AV Mode Selection
You can view the images and listen to the sounds from
the connected external devices in the AV1/AV2 mode
respectively.
q Touch “Source Button”.
Source Button
[SRC]
PWR
SRC
d
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
/
w Touch
(AV1/AV2) on the
Source Selection
Screen.
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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Press [SRC] to change to the desired
mode.
Note:
¡You can set up the system so that the AV mode is not
selected (source skip). (a page 37) (AV set to NAVI
INPUT is not skipped even if SOURCE SKIP is set to
ON .)
is
¡If no operation is performed for 10 seconds or
touched, the operation buttons disappear.
¡AV terminal is not used for the Panasonic car
navigation system (available in future). Refer to
NAVI SETUP for setting. (a System Upgrade
Guidebook)
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To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of
touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
English
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English
Settings
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Preparation: To display menu in Chinese, Execute
(Language setting). (a page 31)
USER
DISPLAY UNIT
CLOCK
ID-CODE
MEMORY CLEAR
OTHER
User
Display adjustment
Clock setting
ID Code Setting
Memory clearance
Other settings
(a page 30)
(a page 30)
(a page 30)
(a page 31)
(a page 31)
SCREEN
DIMMER
PICTURE
Screen
Adjusting the brightness
Display appearance
(a page 32)
(a page 32)
AUDIO
SOUND SETUP
GRAPHIC-EQ
CS Auto
SP SETUP
SP LEVEL
TIME ALIGNMENT
SOURCE LEVEL
CROSS OVER
Audio
Sound setting
Setting and adjusting of graphic equalizer
CS Auto setting
Setting of the absence/presence of each speaker
Adjusting the output balance of each speaker
Delay time setting of each speaker
Setting the AV1/AV2 input level
Cut off frequency
(a page 32)
(a page 32)
(a page 33)
(a page 34)
(a page 34)
(a page 35)
(a page 35)
(a page 35)
DVD
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
DVD SOUND
MULTI-CH
DVD
Language Setting
Appearance of DVD image
DVD sound setting
Sound output selection
(a page 36)
(a page 36)
(a page 37)
(a page 37)
INPUT/OUTPUT
NAVI SETUP
SOURCE SKIP
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT SELECT
H-F SETUP
Input/output
Navigation setting
Source skip
Input selection
Output selection
Hands-free setting
(*1)
(a page 37)
(*1)
(*1)
(*1)
RADIO
FM SETUP
AM SETUP
Radio
Setting for FM stations
Setting for AM stations
(a page 38)
(a page 38)
(*1) Please refer to the System Upgrade Guidebook.
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❏ MENU Operation
(Example: DVD mode)
q
w
Touch
e
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Touch desired setting.
in Operation Screen.
(Example: setting screen of “DISPLAY UNIT” a page 30 )
Determines the setting and goes back to the previous menu out of the menu.
Determines the setting and gets out of the menu.
Note:
¡ The display returns to the previous status if there is no operation for more than 60 seconds after changing to the
setting menu.
[SRC]
(Exit from the menu)
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
[}] [{]
(Select/adjust)
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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[MENU]
(Shows the menu screen/Goes back to the previous menu)
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USER
SCREEN
AUDIO
DVD
INPUT/OUTPUT
RADIO
DISPLAY UNIT
ID-CODE
Display adjustment
ID Code Setting
TILT
1
2
Prior to operating this unit, it is advisable to assign a 4digit ID code for security. Once the ID code has been set,
the unit cannot be operated if the main power supply is
disconnected then re-connected. It is electronically locked
so that a thief cannot use the stolen unit unless that person knows the code you have set.
The ID code operation must be performed only by the
person to whom the unit belongs.
(Tilt angle adjustment)
3
4
5
6
default: 1
CLOCK
Clock setting
Generally, it is not necessary to enter the ID code each
time when using the unit if it has not been disconnected
from the main power supply (car battery).
0 to 9
DISPLAY
default: none
(Clock display)
ON
: clock display ON (“0:00” is displayed
before adjusting the clock.)
OFF
: clock display OFF
default:
HOUR ADJUST
OFF
(Hour adjustment)
] : puts back hour.
[ : puts forward hour.
MINUTE ADJUST
4 digits numeric code
(Minute adjustment)
] : puts back minute.
[ : puts forward minute.
Note:
/[SRC].
¡To start the clock, touch/press
¡Set the Daylight Saving Time manually.
default: HOUR ADJUST: 0
MINUTE ADJUST: 0
How to set your ID code (for the first time)
q Enter an 4 digit ID code.
w Enter the same 4 digit ID code again.
How to change your ID code
q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID
code is entered, a new ID code cannot be registered.
w Enter a new 4 digit ID code.
e Enter the new 4 digit ID code again.
How to cancel the known ID code
q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID
code is entered, it is not possible to cancel the ID code
function.
until “COMPLETED!” is disw Touch and hold
played. The ID code cancelling procedure is completed.
The unit now works without an ID code.
Note:
¡Should your unit ever require service, cancel your ID
code before sending for repair.
¡The ID code setting cannot be eliminated even by the
memory clear function.
¡The inputted code is not displayed for your security.
Caution
¡Record your registered ID code and keep it in a
secure location. (Fill in the ID code memo
(a page 46).) If you forget it, you will be unable
to use the unit. In case you forget the ID code,
please consult your nearest Panasonic Service
Center.
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ACC SELECT
MEMORY CLEAR
Memory clearance
The state of all of the current memories are returned to
default settings.
ON
: sets to ON if your car has ACC position.
OFF
: sets to OFF if your car has no ACC position.
Note:
¡The ID code is not deleted by executing memory clear.
YES
: clears the memory to default settings
NO
: no memory clear.
The display returns to the previous one.
appears when
is selected.
REALLY?
YES
OK
CANCEL
default:
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ON
Note:
¡For an ACC-equipped car, select ON. The following
functions are available.
¡The power is turned on automatically when inserting
a disc or magazine.
¡ OFF selection disables turning on the power of the
main unit through the remote control.
Caution
¡Be sure to select OFF when your car has no ACC
position in the ignition switch. Failure to do this
could cause the battery to go dead.
: proceed.
: no memory clear.
OFF
ACC
Caution
¡Be aware that this setting restores the unit to default
settings, so that all the memories and settings that
you have set will be eliminated.
IGN
REMOTE CONTROL
OTHER
Other settings
BEEP
(Setting ACC selection ON and
OFF)
(Remote control setting)
FRONT
: main unit-specific remote control
REAR
: rear monitor (option)-specific remote
control
(Beep setting)
default:
ON
: operation sound (beep) ON
OFF
: operation sound (beep) OFF
SECURITY LED
default:
FRONT
(Security LED setting)
OFF
: LED indicator not blinking with ignition
key being at out-of-ACC
ON
: LED indicator blinking with ignition key
being at out-of-ACC
ON
default:
MENU DISPLAY
ON
(Language setting)
ENGLISH
: displays the menu in English.
CHINESE
: displays the menu in Chinese.
default:
ENGLISH
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SCREEN
USER
AUDIO
DVD
INPUT/OUTPUT
RADIO
USER SCREEN
AUDIO
DVD
INPUT/OUTPUT
RADIO
(Display)
SOUND SETUP
DIMMER
Sound Set Up
Adjusting the brightness
AUTO
1
: automatically adjusted according to
ambient light intensity.
2
3
SOUND EFFECT
THROUGH : no GEQ or CS Auto setting
4
GEQ
Darker
(Sound effect setting)
Brighter
default:
AUTO
CS Auto
: goes to GEQ (GRAPHIC-EQ) setting
: goes to CS Auto setting
default:
PICTURE
GRAPHIC-EQ (Graphic-equalizer)
Display appearance
CONTRAST
THROUGH
(Adjust the image contrast)
] : decreases the contrast between black and white.
[ : increases the contrast between black and white.
Graphic-equalizer
Six EQ presets are already provided at shipment in this
unit. To recall a preset memory, select the corresponding preset buttons [1] to [6].
1 : (Flat) flat frequency response
2 : (Rock) speedy and heavy sound
BRIGHT
(Adjust the image brightness)
3 : (Pop) wide-ranged and deep sound
4 : (Vocal) clear sound
] : darkens.
5 : (Jazz) jazz-specific deep sound
[ : lightens.
6 : (Club) club and disco-specific sound
COLOR
(Adjust the image color depth)
] : lightens the depth of color on the display.
[ : deepens the depth of color on the display.
TINT
(Adjust the image tone or tint)
] : emphasizes red in the color image.
[ : emphasizes green in the color image.
You may set your own EQ or modify factory presettings in each memory button by following the instructions below:
Adjusting level of each preset
The level of each of the 7 frequency bands can be
adjusted.
q Select the preset number that you prefer to adjust.
/[{][}] to adjust each frew Touch/press
quency.
e Touch/press the same preset number for more than
2 seconds.
Frequency band
60
160
400
1k
3k
6k
16 k (Hz)
Adjustment range: –12 dB to +12 dB (in 2 dB steps)
default: ±0 dB for each band
Note:
¡The new level adjustment will overwrite the previous
level adjustment.
¡For resuming the factory settings, touch and hold
(INIT (initialize)) for more than 2 seconds.
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(flat)
¡To set the level to flat, touch and hold
for more than 2 seconds.
¡Expectable effects vary with the audio format to be
used, settings in the menu, and other factors.
TruBass
(TruBass Setting)
FRONT TruBass (Applies to the front speakers)
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[ : more
] : less
REAR TruBass (Applies to the rear speakers)
[ : more
] : less
CS Auto
SUB-W TruBass (Applies to the Sub-woofer)
CS Auto Setting
SELECT
(Customizing the setting)
FOCUS
(Raises the sound image)
[ : more
] : less
FRONT FOCUS (Raises the front sound image)
[ : more
] : less
REAR FOCUS (Raises the rear sound image)
[ : more
] : less
Setting range: off, +1 to +10
default: off
Note:
¡TruBass®
TruBass is an audio technology to which the technique of
bass sound reproduction used in pipe organs is electrically applied, and in which an equalizer is not used at all
and bass sound from the speakers to be used is richly
reproduced.
Mixing
CENTER FOCUS (Raises the central sound image)
(Adjusts the SRS effect)
FRONT TO REAR Mixing (Adjusts the SRS effect (front)
on rear speakers)
[ : more
[ : more
] : less
Setting range: off, +1 to +10
default: off
Note:
¡FOCUS®
Focus is an audio technology that moves the sound
image of playing sound vertically to reproduce the
sounds of instruments and voices clearly.
] : less
CENTER TO REAR Mixing (Adjusts the SRS effect (center)
on rear speakers)
[ : more
] : less
Setting range: off, +1 to +10
default: +5
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(AUDIO continued)
PHASE
SP SETUP (Speaker set up)
Setting the absence/presence and size of each speaker
FRONT
(Front speaker setting)
0°
180°
SMALL : for small speakers, or when bass playback
is not possible
(Phase setting)
: subwoofer phase 0 degree
: subwoofer phase 180-degree inverted
Note:
¡This setting is feasible only when
YES .
SUB-W
is set to
LARGE : for large speakers, when bass playback is
possible (at least 100 Hz or lower)
default:
default:
CENTER
NONE
SP LEVEL (Speaker level)
(Center speaker setting)
Adjusting the output balance of each speaker
(Left front speaker output balFRONT L
ance)
: when not using a center speaker
SMALL : for small speakers, or when bass playback
LARGE
is not possible
: for large speakers, when bass playback is
possible (at least 100 Hz or lower)
default: NONE
* A center speaker (option, EAB-CF2 recommended) is
required.
SUR
NONE
(Surround speaker setting)
: when not using a surround speaker
is not possible
: for large speakers, when bass playback is
possible (at least 100 Hz or lower)
default:
SUB - W
LARGE
(Subwoofer speaker setting)
: when using a subwoofer
NO
: when not using a subwoofer
default: NO
* A subwoofer (option, CJ-SW3003 recommended) is
required. A power amplifier (option) is also required for
connecting a subwoofer.
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FRONT
[ : up
CENTER
] : down,
] : down,
] : down,
can be
(Right front speaker output
balance)
[ : up
(Right surround speaker output balance)
[ : up
L¡SUR
] : down,
(Center speaker output balance)
[ : up
FRONT R
(Left surround speaker output
balance)
[ : up
SUB - W
] : down,
YES
Note:
¡While the private mode is active, only
adjusted.
] : down,
R¡SUR
SMALL : for small speakers, or when bass playback
LARGE
0°
LARGE
(Subwoofer speaker output
balance)
[ : up
Setting range: –10 dB to +10 dB (1 dB steps)
default: ± 0 dB for all speakers
¡If the speaker setting is NONE or NO for a speaker, the
test signal is not output and that speaker cannot be
selected.
¡Press [+] or [–] (VOL) to adjust the volume of the test
signal.
English
Note:
¡While the private
mode is active, only
FRONT L and
FRONT R can be
adjusted.
SOURCE LEVEL
Setting the AV1/AV2 input level
Make this setting if it is not possible to adjust the volume
through the connected device (on the output side).
AV1 LEVEL
TEST TONE
: enables the test tone.
OFF
: disables the test tone.
default:
OFF
Adjusting the output balance:
Adjust the volume of all of the other speakers to the volume level of the speaker from which the test signal
appears to be the quietest.
TIME ALIGNMENT
(Delay time setting of each speaker)
Adjusting the timing with which the audio from each
speaker reaches the listener’s position
(Center speaker delay time setCENTER
ting)
: sets the level low/sound volume increases.
HIGH
: sets the level high/sound volume decreases.
AV2 LEVEL
(Surround speaker delay time
setting)
HIGH
(Setting for AV2)
LOW
: sets the level low/sound volume increases.
HIGH
: sets the level high/sound volume decreases.
Note:
¡If the input level from AV1/AV2 is too high, the audio
will not be output normally.
¡After setting the input level
The volume can be adjusted by pressing [+] or [–]
(VOL).
default: HIGH
CROSS OVER
Cut off frequency
LPF CUT OFF
[ : up
Setting range: 0 ms to 5 ms (1 ms steps)
1 ms = 0.001 seconds
default: 0 ms
] : down,
LOW
default:
¡When the test tone is set to on, test signal (a continuous tone) is output from each speaker for approximately
2 seconds.
Adjust the output balance so that the tone appears to
have the same volume from each speaker.
SUR
(Setting for AV1)
(Test tone output)
ON
] : down,
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] : down,
(Sub-woofer Low Pass Filter)
[ : up
Setting range: 63 Hz to 200 Hz
default: 125 Hz
HPF CUT OFF
(High Pass Filter)
[ : up
Setting range: 0 ms to 15 ms (1 ms steps)
1 ms = 0.001 seconds
default: 0 ms
¡Make this adjustment while listening to sound.
¡If the speaker setting is NONE for a speaker, that
speaker cannot be selected.
¡When “PRO LOGIC” is displayed, 15 ms are automatically
added to the delay time setting for the surround speakers.
] : down,
[ : up
Setting range: off, 63 Hz to 200 Hz
default: off
Note:
¡This setting is not available if CS Auto is set to ON .
¡ HPF CUT OFF is enabled only on the front speakers
(R/L) and rear speakers (L/R).
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USER
SCREEN AUDIO
DVD
INPUT/OUTPUT
RADIO
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
Language Setting
MENU
ENG
CHN
FRA
OTHER
Display aspect and DVD software mode
(DVD menu language)
DVD ASPECT
NARROW
WIDE
: English
: Chinese
(Display aspect setting)
: plays a video in 4:3 screen.
: plays a video in wide screen (16:9).
: French
default:
: other language. Input the language code.
(a page 49)
default: ENG
LETTER BOX
WIDE
(DVD software mode)
PAN & SCAN : plays wide-screen video in Pan & Scan
SUBTITLE
(Subtitle language)
Note:
¡A disc supporting closed captioning and subtitles may
overlap each other on the screen. In this case, turn the
subtitle off.
ENG
CHN
FRA
OTHER
default:
: English
: Chinese
: French
: other language. Input the language code.
(a page 49)
default: ENG
AUDIO
(Audio language)
Note:
¡These adjustments being executed, playback will start
from the beginning of a disc.
ENG
CHN
FRA
OTHER
mode (in which the left and right edges
of the screen are cut off).
LETTER BOX : plays wide-screen video in letterbox
mode (in which black bands appear at
the top and bottom of the screen).
: English
: Chinese
Note:
¡Set the software setting according to the symbol used
on jacket. (a page 16)
¡DVD software mode setting is ignored if PAN & SCAN
or LETTER BOX is already set in the software.
¡Screen aspect of the display unit is changed according
to the aspect ratio setting (a page 39) and DVD software’s aspect.
TV TYPE
PAL
NTSC
: French
: other language. Input the language code.
(a page 49)
default: ENG
PAN & SCAN
(AV-OUT terminal setting)
: sets PAL in accordance with the equipment connected to AV-OUT.
: sets NTSC in accordance with the
equipment connected to AV-OUT.
default:
ANGLE MARK
PAL
(Angle mark setting)
The angle mark is displayed to indicate the parts where
multi-angle data is recorded.
ON
: activates angle mark.
OFF
: inactivates angle mark.
default:
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ON
SCREEN AUDIO
DVD
ON
OFF
RADIO
NAVI SETUP (Navigation set up)
DVD SOUND
DVD sound setting
PRO LOGIC
INPUT/OUTPUT
(a System Upgrade Guidebook)
(5.1 channel listening in Dolby
surround sound)
: activates Pro Logic.
English
USER
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SOURCE SKIP
Source skip
AV1 SKIP
(AV1 skip)
: inactivates Pro Logic.
default:
OFF
Note:
¡This setting is enabled only in the DVD/VCD/CD player
mode.
¡ ON selection in some audio settings may disable
audio output from the subwoofer.
DOWN MIX
(To use the down mix function,
specify the type.)
: simple stereo down mix
(Lo = Left only, Ro = Right only)
Lt/Rt
: surround element decodable down mix
(Lt = Left total, Rt = Right total)
Note:
¡This function is available only when “Dolby Digital” or
“dts” source is playing and when sound comes out
only from the front speakers adjusted with SP SETUP .
DR COMP
ON
: skips AV1.
OFF
: does not skip.
default:
AV2 SKIP
Lt/Rt
(Dynamic Range Compression)
Maintaining the ambience even while listening at a low
volume level
: DR COMP ON
OFF
: DR COMP OFF
(AV2 skip)
ON
: skips AV2.
OFF
: does not skip.
default: OFF
Note:
¡When external devices are connected to this unit without involving the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N,
option), AV2 SKIP is not enabled because the connected external devices are identified as AV2.
INPUT SELECT
(a System Upgrade Guidebook)
OUTPUT SELECT
(a System Upgrade Guidebook)
Compression style selecting
STD
MIN
OFF
If AV2 is not used, the AV2 mode is skipped when changing the mode.
Lo/Ro
default:
If AV1 is not used, the AV1 mode is skipped when changing the mode.
: made with the greatest compression,
roughly equivalent to a TV broadcast.
default:
H-F SETUP
(a System Upgrade Guidebook)
OFF
MULTI-CH (Multiple channel)
Sound output of Dolby Digital 2 ch. from all speakers
ON
: changes sound from 2 ch. to 5.1 ch.
OFF
: keeps the source output 2 ch. sound.
default:
OFF
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USER
SCREEN AUDIO
RADIO
DVD INPUT/OUTPUT
FM SETUP
Setting for FM stations
NOISE SUPPRESSION
AUTO
(FM IF filter switching)
: adjusted automatically
NARROW : narrows the frequency bandwidth to be
received to prioritize noise reduction.
WIDE
: widens the frequency bandwidth to be
received to prioritize sound quality.
default:
AUTO PRESET
AUTO
(Auto preset setting)
EACH
: saves the preset stations in each band.
ALL
: saves the preset stations in all FM lists
regardless of band.
default:
EACH
AM SETUP
Setting for AM stations
NOISE SUPPRESSION
NARROW
MID
WIDE
(Noise suppression)
: narrows the frequency bandwidth to be
received to prioritize noise reduction.
: goes between
NARROW
and
WIDE
: widens the frequency bandwidth to be
received to prioritize sound quality.
default:
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Other Settings
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PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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[ASP]
❑ Aspect Ratio
Default: NORMAL
Mode: 4 types
Press and hold [ASP] on the display unit to change the
aspect ratio as follows.
NORMAL
¡The conventional display
image has a 4 to 3 ratio of
horizontal to vertical.
¡In this case, a blank area
remains on the right and left
sides of the display.
FULL
ZOOM
¡The screen is extended horizontally as a whole to the
aspect ratio of 16 to 9.
¡The extension ratio is the
same at any point of the
screen.
¡The screen is fully extended at
the normal aspect ratio of 4 to
3.
¡The top and bottom of the
screen are slightly cut.
Note:
¡This adjustment is common to video mode.
¡You cannot change the aspect in the menu screen and a
screen in the CD, MP3/WMA, radio and CD changer
mode. These are fixed to “FULL” as well as a Navigation
Image.
¡When the rear view camera is in operation with the
transmission gear shift in the reverse position, the
image is shown on the “FULL” screen only.
¡In some cases, the picture looks different from the
original one due to your selection of aspect.
Caution
¡This is to remind you that compression or extension
of the screen using the aspect ratio (screen mode)
changing function of this product for commercial
purpose of profit making or viewing/listening by the
public could infringe on the rights of the author protected by the copyright law.
¡If you expand normal picture (4 to 3) by using
“JUST”, “ZOOM” or “FULL” aspect to the full of the
screen, you might not see the periphery of the picture, or you might see a distorted picture.
Therefore, use the “NORMAL” mode to see the original picture as the author intended it.
JUST
¡The screen is extended horizontally to the aspect ratio of
16 to 9.
¡The extension ratio increases
toward the right and left ends
of the screen.
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Settings (continued)
Other Settings (continued)
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PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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[ASP] (P•MODE)
❑ Private Mode
You can mute the sounds from the rear speakers if necessary. Activation of the private mode allows you to enjoy
the front monitor and rear monitor independently with
different sources at the same time.
Default: Private mode off
“P • MODE” indicator
lights when the
Private Mode is activated.
Press and hold [ASP] (P•MODE) on the main unit for
more than 2 seconds to activate the private mode function or inactivate it in turn.
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Note:
¡Be sure to set to OFF when you do not use the private
mode.
¡It is not possible to choose and set the CS Auto (a
page 33) and TIME ALIGNMENT (a page 35) on the
sound setting menu while private mode is active.
Private mode
Private mode
Off
On
Radio
Radio
DVD
DVD
Radio
Mute
❑ If You Suspect Something Wrong
Check and take steps as described below.
If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is recommended to take the unit to your nearest authorized Panasonic
Service Center. The product should be serviced only by qualified
personnel. Please refer checking and repair to professionals.
Panasonic shall not be liable for any accidents arising out of neglect of checking the unit or your own repair after your checking.
Never take measures especially those other than indicated by
italic letters in “Possible Solution” described below because
those are too dangerous for users to handle themselves.
Warning
¡Do not use the unit in an irregular condition, for example, without sound, or with
smoke or a foul smell, which can cause
ignition or electric shock. Immediately stop
using the unit and consult your dealer.
¡Never try to repair the unit by yourself
because it is dangerous to do so.
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Troubleshooting
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■ Common
Problem
Possible cause a Possible solution
The power cord (battery, power and ground) is connected in the wrong way.
aCheck the wiring.
No power to the unit
Sound is not
generated.
Noise
Fuse blows out.
aEliminate the cause of fuse blowout and replace the fuse with new one.
Consult your dealer.
MUTE is set to ON.
aSet MUTE to OFF.
The wiring of speaker lines is not correct, or a break or poor contact arises.
aCheck the wiring in accordance with the wiring diagram. (Installation
Instructions)
There is an electromagnetic-wave generator such as a cellular phone near the unit
or its electrical lines.
aKeep the electromagnetic-wave generator such as a cellular phone away
from the unit and the wiring of the unit. In case noise cannot be eliminated
due to the wiring harness of the car, consult your dealer.
The contact of the ground lead is poor.
aMake 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.
aChange the wiring position of the ground lead.
aMount a noise filter.
Some operations are not
executable.
Some operations are not executable in particular modes such as menu mode.
aRead the operating instructions carefully and cancel the mode. If the unit is
still out of order, consult your dealer.
No sound from
speaker(s)
There is a break, a short circuit, poor contact or wrong wiring regarding the
speaker wiring.
aCheck the speaker wiring.
The speaker channels
are reversed between
right and left.
The speaker wiring is reversed between right and left.
aPerform the speaker wiring in accordance with the wiring diagram.
The power of the unit
fails unintentionally.
The safety device works.
aConsult your dealer, or your nearest Panasonic Service Center.
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■ Radio
Poor reception or noise
Antenna installation or wiring of antenna cable is faulty.
aCheck 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.).
aCheck the wiring of the antenna power lead.
The number of auto
preset stations is less
than 6.
The number of receivable stations is less than 6.
aMove 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.
aMake sure that the battery lead is connected securely, and preset stations
again.
■ CD
No playback or disc
ejected
Sound skipping or noise
Sound skipping due to
vibration
Disc unejectable
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The disc is inserted upside down.
aInsert a disc correctly.
There is a flaw or foreign object on the disc.
aRemove the foreign object, or use a flawless disc.
There is a flaw or foreign object on the disc.
aRemove the foreign object, or use a flawless disc.
The unit is not sufficiently secured.
aSecure the unit to the console box.
The unit is tilted at over 30˚ in the front-to-end direction.
aMake the angle 30˚ or less.
Something such as a peeled label obstructs the disc coming out.
aPress and hold the [u] for more than 10 seconds (disc forced ejection). In
case that the disc forced ejection does not work, consult your dealer.
The microcontroller in the unit operates abnormally due to noise or other factors.
aUnplug the power cord and plug it again. In case the unit is still out of
order, consult your dealer.
No playback or disc
ejected
The disc has unplayable formatted data.
aRefer to the description about MP3/WMA for playable sound data except CDDA (i.e. music CD).
The CD-R/RWs that are
playable on other
devices are not playable
on this unit.
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 PC.
aMake CD-R/RWs in a different combination of media, recording software
and recorder after referring to the description about MP3/WMA.
Sound skipping or noise
There is a flaw or foreign objects on the disc.
aRemove the foreign objects, or use a flawless disc. For MP3/WMA, refer to
the description about MP3/WMA.
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■ MP3/WMA
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Playing VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files may cause sound skipping.
aPlay Non-VBR files.
Note:
¡Refer to “Notes on MP3/WMA” (a page 22)
■ DVD
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 that language 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.)
A DVD–R or DVD–RW is
not playable.
The disc is still unfinalized.
aFinalize the disc.
Refer to “Before Disc Playback” (a page 16) or “Notes on Discs”
(a page 48) for other cases.
The disc is in the video recording (VR) format.
aPlay video formatted discs.
Refer to “Before Disc Playback” (a page 16) or “Notes on Discs”
(a page 48) for other cases.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
■ Display Settings
The brightness of the
screen is not stable.
AUTO dimmer is selected.
aSelect one of the dimmer levels from among 1 to 4 to make the dimmer
adjustment become free from light intensity.
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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.
aMake every adjustment of the screen.
■ Remote control unit
The battery is inserted in the wrong direction. A wrong battery is inserted.
aInsert a correct battery in the correct direction.
The battery is weak.
aReplace the battery with new one.
No response to pressing
buttons
The aiming direction of the remote control unit is wrong.
aAim 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.)
aBlock off sunlight to the sensor.
REAR is selected for the remote control setting.
aSelect FRONT for the remote control setting.
Unable to turn on the
power of the main unit
through the remote
control
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OFF is selected for the ACC selection.
aSelect ON for the ACC selection.
aPress [SRC] (PWR) of the main unit to turn on the power.
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■ Sound settings
No sound from left,
right, front, or rear
speaker.
Left and right sounds are
reversed.
No sound on the
speaker.
No sound from the
subwoofer
Cables are not correctly connected.
aConnect the cables correctly.
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The speaker leads are connected in reverse between right and left.
aConnect the speaker wires to the correct one.
The speaker setting is NO or NONE .
aSet it correctly.
Playing back a disc having a subwoofer channel
¡Subwoofer is set to NO in the speaker setting.
aSet subwoofer to YES .
¡Private mode is set to ON .
aSet private mode to OFF .
¡Pro Logic is set to ON .
aSet Pro Logic to OFF .
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❑ Error Display Messages
■ CD/MP3/WMA/DVD/VCD (Video CD)
Display
Possible cause a Possible solution
NON PLAYABLE DISC
MECHANISM ERROR
Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
aCheck disc.
Disc has scratches.
aCheck disc.
No operation by some cause.
aPress [u]. 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
Service Center.
FILE ERROR
The type of the file that is selected is not supported.
aCheck disc.
PROTECTED
A WMA file can be copyrighted.
aThe file protected by copyright is not playable.
No disc is in the player.
aInsert disc into the disc slot.
NO DISC
REGION ERROR
The region code of the disc to be used is not compatible with this unit.
aPress [u] and check the disc.
Note:
¡There may be cases when the disc numbers affected by an error are displayed before “NON PLAYABLE DISC”.
❑ In case you forget the ID code...
In case you forget the ID code, please consult your nearest Panasonic Service Center.
ID code memo
Copy the memo below, fill in the ID code, and keep it in a secure location.
Model No. CQ-VD6505W
ID CODE
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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 Service Center. The product should be serviced
only by a qualified technician.
❑ Replacing the Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher rating, or connecting the product directly without a fuse, could cause fire or
damage to this unit.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest
Panasonic Service Center for service.
❑ If the Unit Begins to
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❑ Product Servicing
Reset switch
Insert a hard, slender stick into the hole and push the
switch.
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Malfunction...
Important
Push the switch only when the unit fails to operate with
any buttons. (Stored settings and adjustments are not
cleared.)
If the unit fails to return to normal condition, call the nearest Panasonic Service Center and ask for repairs.
SRC
MENU
VOL
MUTE
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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Reset switch
Note:
¡If the ID-CODE has been already set, you will be asked
to enter the ID-CODE right after the unit is restarted.
Maintenance
❑ Caution on Cleaning
❑ Cleaning this Unit
When the unit is dirty, wipe the surface of the display
using the Wiping Cloth (supplied).
Alcohol
Alcohol
Cleaning without the supplied cloth
Pesticide
Pesticide
Wax
Wax
Thinner
Thinner
Benzine
Benzine
Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure a
minimum of maintenance. Use a dry soft cloth for routine
exterior cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner or other solvents.
1 Moisten the soft cloth in dishwashing
soap diluted with water and wring well.
2 Wipe lightly. Go over the same surface
with a dry cloth.
Note:
¡Since there is the possibility of water drops getting
inside of the unit, do not directly apply cleanser to the
surface.
¡Do not scratch the screen with your nails or other hard
objects. The resulting scratches or marks will obscure
the images.
Caution
¡If water drops or similar wet substances get inside
the monitor, it may cause a malfunction.
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Notes on Discs
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How to hold the disc
¡Do not touch the underside of the disc.
¡Do not scratch the disc.
¡Do not bend disc.
¡When not in use, keep disc in the case.
Printed side
Do not use discs that fit any of the descriptions given
below. Using these discs may damage the discs or
cause the unit to malfunction.
¡Special discs in a shape which is not round
¡Partly or wholly transparent disc
Wholly transparent disc*
Partly transparent disc
*Wholly semi-transparent disc may not be played back.
¡Discs with adhered labels, etc. on them
Disc insert
The surfaces of new discs tend to be slippery. Therefore,
when using such a disc for the first time, it may not load
satisfactorily even when it has been inserted into the
unit. At a time like this, insert the disc into the unit as far
as it will go until it is loaded properly.
¡When inserting a disc into or ejecting and removing
it from the unit, insert it straight in or eject and
remove it straight out in parallel with the unit.
Otherwise, the disc may be scratched or marked in
the process.
¡When inserting a disc, do not put one disc on another. Failure to observe this may cause the discs to
be jammed.
Do not leave discs in the following places:
¡Direct sunlight
¡Near car heaters
¡Dirty, dusty and damp areas
¡On seats and dashboards
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center outward.
Do not attach any seals or labels to your discs.
Do not write on the disc label in a heavy pen or ballpoint
pen.
<Correct>
Disc with adhered stickers
or tape
Protective films or sheets
Labels created by a printer
Disc accessories (stabilizers, etc.)
¡Damaged or deformed discs
Shoddily made discs
Discs with burrs
Please remove the burrs
before use.
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Discs with cracks,
scratches or parts missing
<Wrong>
Notes on CD-Rs/RWs,
DVD–Rs/RWs
¡You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW,
DVD–Rs/RWs discs recorded on CD/DVD recorders
(CD-R/RW, DVD–Rs/RWs drives), either due to their
recording characteristics or dirt, fingerprints, scratches, etc. on the disc surface.
¡CD-R/RW, DVD–Rs/RWs discs are less resistant to
high temperatures and high humidity than ordinary
music CDs. Leaving them inside a car for extended
periods may damage and make playback impossible.
¡The unit may not successfully playback a CD-R/RW,
DVD–Rs/RWs that was made by the combination of
writing software, a CD/DVD recorder (CD-R/RW,
DVD–Rs/RWs drive) and a disc if they are incompatible with one another.
¡This player does not play CD-R/RW, DVD–Rs/RWs
discs if the session is not closed.
¡Be sure to observe the handling instructions of CDR/RW, DVD–Rs/RWs discs.
¡This player does not play CD-R/RW discs which contain other than CD-DA or MP3/WMA data.
In “OTHER” cases... (a page 36)
Input the four digit language code pressing the buttons
Touch
to determine.
DVD language menu (a page 36)
to
.
Note:
¡Setting is finished and the display returns to the main menu.
/[RETURN].
¡For retrying selection during number entry, touch/press
Code
Language Name
Code
Language Name
Code
Language Name
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6589
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
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
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
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
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
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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Definition of Terms
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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)
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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.
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.
Interactive DVD
An interactive DVD is DVD software which includes
multiple angles, multiple plot endings, etc.
Letterbox screen
This refers to a screen on which the playback picture
of wide-screen DVDs or VCD (Video CD)s appears
with black bands running along the top and bottom.
LPCM (Linear PCM audio)
In this format, the audio signal is converted to digital
data and recorded in two channels without compression. Because the capacity of a DVD disc is large, it
can store more data with better accuracy than a CD.
Pan & Scan screen
This refers to a screen on which the playback picture
of wide-screen DVDs or VCD (Video CD)s is cut off
at the left and right sides.
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Playback control (VCD (Video CD))
If the VCD (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.
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”.
Chapter 1
Title 1
Chapter 2
……
Title 2
Chapter 1 ……
Track (Video CD/CD)
Video CDs or CDs are divided into some sections
(tracks). Each section is numbered; these numbers
are called “Track number”.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track ……
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
“This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.”
Audio section
General
¡Power supply
: 12 V DC (11 V – 16 V), test
voltage 14.4 V, negative
ground
¡Current consumption : Less than 10 A (during disc
playback)
: 18 W x 4 ch
¡Power Output
(1 kHz, 1 %, 4 Ω)
¡Maximum power output : 50 W x 4 ch
¡Compatible speaker
impedance
: 4Ω
¡Video input signal
: Composite video signal, 1.0
Vp-p (75 Ω)
¡Audio input sensitivity : 2 Vrms
¡Video output signal
: Composite video signal, 1.0
Vp-p (75 Ω)
¡Pre-Amp output voltage : 2 Vrms
¡Pre-Amp output impedance: Less than 600 Ω
¡Dimensions (W x H x D) : 178 x 100 x 165 mm
¡Weight
: 2.4 kg
FM stereo radio
¡Frequency range
¡Usable sensitivity
¡Stereo separation
¡S/N ratio
:
:
:
:
87.5 MHz – 108 MHz
7 dB/µV
40 dB (1 kHz)
63 dB
: 531 kHz – 1 602 kHz
: 25 dB/µV
: 50 dB
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¡Storage temperature
range
¡Liquid crystal panel
¡Screen dimensions
(W x H x D)
¡Number of pixels
¡Valid pixel ratio
¡Display method
AM radio
¡Frequency range
¡Usable sensitivity
¡Image rejection ratio
¡Output voltage/Impedance: 2 Vrms/600 Ω
¡Frequency characteristics
(when “LARGE” is selected)
Front L/R, Center, Rear
(surround) L/R
: 20 Hz – 20 kHz (±1 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 (during CD playback)
¡S/N ratio
: 100 dB (during CD playback)
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Specifications
¡Drive method
: –20 °C – +80 °C
: 6.5-inch wide
: 143 x 79 x 164 mm
: 280 880 pixels (234 vertical
x 400 horizontal x 3)
: Over 99.99%
: Transparent color filter format
: TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
active matrix format
Note:
¡Specifications and the design are subject to modification without notice due to improvements in technology.
¡Some figures and illustrations on this manual may be different from your product.
Playable region number
This operating instruction manual is for 4 models CQ-VD6505W2/CQ-VD6505W3/CQ-VD6505W4 and CQ-VD6505W5.
The following table shows the playable region number for each model.
Model
Playable region number
CQ-VD6505W2
2 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W3
3 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W4
4 (ALL)
CQ-VD6505W5
5 (ALL)
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://panasonic.net
YFM284C681CA
PTW0107-1027
Printed in China
Installation Instructions
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Safety Information
1
CAUTION:
• PLEASE FOLLOW THE LAWS AND REGULATIONS
OF YOUR STATE, PROVINCE OR COUNTRY FOR
INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT.
• TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN, SPLASHING, DRIPPING OR MOISTURE.
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Upgrade Options
TV Tuner
(CY-TUP133W,
CY-TUN133W option)
2
Rear Monitor
Main Unit
CQ-VD6505W
iPod®
Hands-Free Kit featuring
Bluetooth® technology
(CY-BT100N, option)
Expansion Module
(CY-EM100N, option)
CD Changer
(CX-DP880, option)
DVD Changer
(CX-DH801W, option)
Contents
Safety Information................................................2
Upgrade Options ..................................................3
Installation ............................................................4
Electrical Connections ........................................8
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Installation
Preparation
Dashboard Installation
3
Caution
¡Please follow the laws and regulations of your
province or country for installation of the unit.
¡When bending the mounting tab of the mounting
collar with a screwdriver, be careful not to injure
your hands and fingers.
¡We strongly recommend you to wear gloves for
installation work to protect yourself from injuries.
Installation Opening
The unit can be installed in any dashboard having an
opening as shown below. The dashboard should be 4.5
mm – 6 mm thick in order to be able to support the unit.
111.6 mm
182 mm
¡Before installation, check the radio operation with
antenna and speakers.
¡Disconnect the cable from the negative (–) battery terminal (see caution below).
¡The unit should be installed in a horizontal position
with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not
more than 30°.
Installation Precautions
This product should be installed by a professional
installer, if possible.
In case of difficulty, please consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
1. This system is to be used only in a 12 V DC battery
system (car) with negative ground.
2. Follow the electrical connections carefully (a page 816). Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit.
0 – 30°
3. Connect the power lead 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.
Caution
¡Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a car with
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.
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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.
No.
Item
❏ Transportation Bracket Removal
Diagram
q Trim Plate
Qty.
1
<YFC054C088ZA>
w Mounting Collar
Be sure to remove the transportation brackets before
use (installation). Use round head screws (5 mmø x 8
mm) for installation. (a page 7)
Be careful not to lose these screws.
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❏ Installation Hardware
(For Installation)
4
Transportation Bracket
1
<YFX214C437ZA>
e Lock Cancel Plate
2
<YFX994C134ZA>
r Mounting Bolt (5 mmø)
1
Tapping Screw
(5 mmø x 16 mm)
1
y Hex. Nut (5 mmø)
1
t
<ZZBISVD7001A>
u Rear Support Strap
1
<YEFG044C002>
Round Head Screw
i
(5 mmø x 8 mm)
Flat-Head Screw
o
(5 mmø x 8 mm)
2
6
<ZZBISVD6503>
Round Head Screw (5 mmø x 8 mm)
❏ Before Installation
Caution
¡Do not press the panel forcefully.
¡Do not scratch the panel with fingernails or any hard
objects.
¡Do not bump the front panel.
a Failure to observe the above may damage or
break the glass on the surface of the touch panel.
❏ Installation Hardware
(For Wiring)
No.
Item
Diagram
Qty.
!0
Power Connector
(ISO connector)
1
!1 Reverse Extension Cord
1
!2 Clip Connector
1
<YEAJ012890>
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 w is mounted on the main unit at
shipment.
¡Use the supplied screws for installation exclusively. In
case of losing any of them, please order the specific
screw.
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Installation
5
(continued)
Mounting and removing the Main Unit
❏ Mounting Procedures (A) (When using Mounting Collar w)
IMPORTANT
When this unit is installed in dashboard, ensure that there
is sufficient air flow around the unit to prevent damage
from overheating. Do not block any ventilation holes on
the unit.
Note:
¡The car model, installation conditions and combination
of the units used may impose some restrictions on
opening and closing the monitor as well as on the
angle and position to which the monitor can be adjusted.
q Insert the Mounting Collar w into the dashboard, and bend the mounting tabs out with
a screwdriver.
q
w Establish the rear connection of the unit.
After fixing Power Connector !0, fix the rear
of the unit to the car body by either method
(a) or (b).
e Insert the unit into Mounting Collar w.
Secure the clamp plate of Mounting Collar w
to the hook.
w
Snapping point
e
r
t
r Insert Trim Plate q.
t After installation reconnect the negative (–)
battery terminal.
Method for Fixing the Rear of the Unit
(a) Using the Rear Support Strap u.
(b) Using the Rubber Cushion (option)
Fire wall of car
3 mmø
Rubber Bushing
(option)
u Rear Support
Strap
To the unit
t Tapping Screw
(5 mmø x 16 mm)
y Hex. Nut
(5 mmø)
To the unit
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r Mounting Bolt
(5 mmø)
Rear Support
Bracket
(Provided on
the Car)
r Mounting Bolt
(5 mmø)
(When not using Mounting Collar w)
Use the brackets supplied with your car when mounting
this unit. The bracket shape and mounting method vary
with car manufacturers, car types and manufacturing
year. Please consult your nearest dealer or installer.
❏ Removing Procedures
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❏ Mounting Procedures (B)
6
q Remove the trim plate q.
q
w
w Lock release.
q Insert the lock cancel plate e until you hear a
click.
Note:
¡Use pliers to bend the fingers
on the bracket vertically.
w Pull the unit out.
Select mounting screws according to the hole
positions and hole shape of the bracket.
i Round Head Screw
(5 mmø x 8 mm)
Note:
¡Recycle the Round Head Screws that fixed the
transportation brackets for two more positions.
(a page 5)
e Pull the unit out with both hands.
o Flat-Head Screw
(5 mmø x 8 mm)
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Electrical Connections
7
Caution
¡This unit is designed for use in a car having a 12 V negative ground battery system.
¡Be sure to insulate any exposed wires from the car chassis. Bundle all cables and keep cable terminals free from
any metal parts.
¡Note that if your car has a driving computer or a navigation computer, disconnecting the cable from the battery
may clear the memory.
¡Run the cords avoiding the spots where the temperature can be extremely high.
5
6
8 mmMA X
CQ-VD6505W
(Rear)
FUSE 1 5 A
>PBT<
1
2
3
J A M- S A a
4
Fuse (15 A) Refer fuse replacement to your nearest
authorized Panasonic Service Centre. Do not try fuse
replacement by yourself.
(Black) (White)
(R)(Red)
(L)(White)
(Yellow)
(Black) (Red)
Connector (center)
q Pre-Out
To an external amplifier.
Subwoofer connector (mono)
w Pre-Out
To an external amplifier.
Connector (rear)
e Pre-Out
To an external amplifier.
Connector (front)
r Pre-Out
To an external amplifier.
t Video Input Terminal (AV1-IN)
y Video Input Terminal (AV2-IN)
Connect a VCR, camcorder, other brand’s car
navigation system, etc. (a page 15)
Note:
¡When an external device is connected to
the system-up connector, the audio terminals, {(R)(Red), (L)(White)}, of AV2-IN are
disabled.
(R)(Red)
AV-OUT
(L)(White)
Video Output Terminal (AV-OUT)
Connect the rear monitor. (a page 15)
(Yellow)
CAMERA-IN
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(Yellow)
Camera Input Terminal (CAMERA-IN)
Connect a rear view camera. (a page 16)
: This book refers to connections to the Panasonic car navigation system that will come onto the market in the
future. Descriptions regarding the car navigation system are boxed with a dotted line.
English
Note:
¡To prevent from damage to the unit, be sure to follow the wiring diagrams below.
¡Be sure to fully plug in the connectors. Secure them with clamps and tapes.
¡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.
8
RGB Connector
To the Panasonic Car Navigation System (available in future).
Radio Antenna Connector (RADIO ANT IN)
System-up Connector
To external devices equipped with system-up connector.
!0 Power Connector
Navi Mute Lead (Orange)
Connect to the Navi Mute Lead of the Panasonic car
navigation system. (available in future)
Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead (Blue)
(To motor antenna) (Max. 100 mA)
This lead is not intended for use with a switch actuated power
antenna.
Front Right + (Gray)
Front Right – (Gray/black stripe)
FRONT SP
Side Brake (Parking Brake) Connection Lead (Bright green)
Be sure to wire the side brake (parking brake) for safety and preventing accidents. (a page 10)
Front Left + (White)
Front Left – (White/black stripe)
SIDE BRAKE
External Amplifier Control Power Lead (Blue/white stripe)
To an external amplifier.
Note:
¡Use the power control lead of the TV tuner for TV
tuner connection.
¡Connect both the power control lead of the TV tuner
and the amplifier control connector of the external
amplifier when the TV tuner and external amplifier are
connected at the same time.
Reverse Lead (Violet/white stripe)
When connecting the rear view camera, use the reverse
lead. (a page 16)
Rear Right + (Violet)
Rear Right – (Violet/black stripe)
REAR SP
Rear Left + (Green)
Rear Left – (Green/black stripe)
Speaker connections
REVERSE
Note: Use a Reverse Extension Cord !1 if needed.
Power Lead (Red)
To ACC power, +12 V DC.
ACC
Battery Lead (Yellow)
To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC.
BATTERY 15A
Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis
• Do not connect more than one speaker to one set of
speaker leads (except for connecting to a tweeter).
Use of speakers which do not match the specifications can cause burning, smoking or damage of the speakers.
• Do not use a 3-wire type speaker system having a
common earth lead.
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(continued)
English
Electrical Connections
Connecting the Side Brake (Parking Brake) Connection Lead
9
¡For safety, be sure to ask your nearest professional installer to do this connection.
Caution
Hand brake
Foot brake
Side brake (parking brake) switch
The side brake (parking brake) switch position varies with car model.
For details on the exact location of the side brake (parking brake) switch
in your car, contact your dealer.
Brake light
Battery
+
SIDE BRAKE
Side Brake (Parking Brake) Connection
Lead (Bright green)
When the side brake (parking brake) lever is
engaged, the unit is grounded by the chassis.
q Attach a Clip Connector !2 to the end of the side
brake (parking brake) connection lead.
!2 Clip Connector
10
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Car chassis
w The Clip Connector !2 is connected to the power
source side lead of the side brake (parking brake)
lever.
Comes up to this point.
Side Brake (Parking Brake) Connection Lead
(Bright green)
—
Power source side lead
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Connection with TV Tuner
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
10
RCA Cord
(supplied with CY-TUP133W/CY-TUN133W)
Power Connector
(supplied with CY-TUP133W/
CY-TUN133W)
PWR-CONT
System-up Connector
(supplied with CY-TUP133W/
CY-TUN133W)
(Video)
(Yellow)
Power Control
Lead
TV Tuner
CY-TUP133W/
CY-TUN133W (option)
8 mmMA X
Clip Connector
(option)
System-up Connector
FUSE 1 5 A
>PBT<
J A M- S A a
CQ-VD6505W
(Rear)
!0 Power Connector
External Amplifier Control Power Lead
Note:
¡Connect both the power control lead of the TV
tuner and the amplifier control connector of the
external amplifier when the TV tuner and external
amplifier are connected at the same time.
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English
Electrical Connections
(continued)
Connection with DVD Changer (CX-DH801W)
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
11
DVD Changer
CX-DH801W (option)
Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis
Power Connector
(Supplied with CX-DH801W)
Battery Lead
BATTERY 5 A
(Yellow) To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC
Power Lead (Red) (not used)
DIN Cord (Black)
ACC
DIN Connector
(R) (Red)
CHANGER IN
(L) (White)
RCA Cord
(Video)
Conversion Cable for DVD/CD Changer
(CA-CC30N, option)
(Yellow)
(not used)
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(Rear)
8 mmMA X
FUSE 1 5 A
>PBT<
J A M- S A a
System-up
connector
12
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Connection with CD Changer (CX-DP880)
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
12
CD Changer
CX-DP880 (option)
Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car
chassis
Battery Lead (Yellow)
To the car battery, continuous
+12 V DC
Power Connector
(Supplied with CX-DP880)
DIN Cord (Black)
(R) (Red)
RCA Cord
(L) (White)
CHANGER IN
DIN Connector
Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer (CA-CC30N, option)
8 mmMA X
FUSE 1 5 A
>PBT<
System-up connector
J A M- S A a
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(Rear)
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Electrical Connections
(continued)
Connection with Expansion Module (CY-EM100N)
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
13
Head unit/Expansion Module
Connecting cable
(Supplied with CY-EM100N)
(Video) (Yellow)
(L) (White)
(R)
(Red)
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Camcorder
(option)
System-up
Connector
(R) (Red)
(L) (White)
(Video) (Yellow)
8 mmMA X
FUSE 1 5 A
Expansion Module
CY-EM100N (option)
>PBT<
J A M- S A a
CQ-VD6505W
(Rear)
DVD Changer
CX-DH801W (option)
(Video)
(Yellow)
VIDEO OUT RCA cord
(option)
iPod
VIDEO-CNT
(Video)
(Yellow)
(L) (White)
CHANGER IN
(R) (Red)
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Conversion Cable
for DVD/CD
Changer (CACC30N, option)
Direct Cable for iPod
(CA-DC300N, option)
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
¡Please observe what shapes the connectors of the connecting devices are and where each of them is connected to in
order to establish a proper connection.
STAND BY (R)
ON (G)
English
Connection with Rear Monitor
14
COLOR LCD MONITOR
Caution
¡For people sitting in the front seats, please
enjoy only audio during driving.
Rear Monitor
Panasonic
Audio Right
Audio Left
Video Input
VM1500
Example:
8 mmMA X
(R) (Red)
(Video) (Yellow)
FUSE 1 5 A
>PBT<
(L) (White)
J A M- S A a
CQ-VD6505W
(Rear)
(Video) (Yellow)
AV-OUT
RCA Cord
(option)
(R) (Red)
(L) (White)
Connection with VCR or Camcorder
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
¡Please observe what shapes the connectors of the connecting devices are and where each of them is connected to in
order to establish a proper connection.
RCA Cord
(option)
(L) (White)
(R) (Red)
(Video) (Yellow)
(L)
(White)
(R)
(Red)
(Video)
(Yellow)
Example:
Video Output
Audio Left
Audio Right
8 mmMA X
FUSE 1 5 A
INTELLIGENT SYSTEM
POWER
>PBT<
J A M- S A a
BS G-CODE
CQ-VD6505W
(Rear)
Camcorder
(option)
VCR (option)
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English
Electrical Connections
(continued)
Connection with Rear View Camera
Note:
¡Refer to the operating instructions for the connected devices, in addition.
15
CQ-VD6505W (Rear)
Rear View Camera
Control Unit (option)
8 mmMA X
Camera Input
>PBT<
J A M- S A a
CAMERA-IN
FUSE 1 5 A
Rear View Camera
(CY-RC50KW) (option)
(Video)
(Yellow)
Panaso nic
!0 Power Connector
REVERSE
Reverse Lead
(Violet/white stripe)
(Video)
(Yellow)
RCA Cord (option)
Camera Input Terminal
(Yellow)
Connecting the Reverse Lead
If using an optional rear view camera, the reverse lead must
be connected.
Connect the reverse lead (violet/white stripe) to the positive (+)
lead of the reverse lamp (the lamp with a clear lens that lights
when the transmission gear is shifted into the reverse position).
Note:
¡Connect the reverse lead after cutting the terminal at the end.
¡Use a Reverse Extension Cord !1 if needed.
Reverse lamp
Clip connector
(option)
Check the reverse lamp.
Take it out of the back of
the tail lamp mount.
Battery
Car chassis
P
!1 Reverse Extension Cord
(Violet/white stripe)
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N
D
2
L
Transmission gear
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Installation Instructions
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://panasonic.net
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Printed in China
System Upgrade Guidebook
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Model:
CQ-VD6505W
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Safety Information
1
■ Read the operating instructions for the unit and all other
components of your car audio system carefully before using
the system. They contain instructions about how to use the
system in a safe and effective manner. Panasonic assumes
no responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to
observe the instructions given in this manual.
Warning
This pictograph intends to alert you to the presence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in severe injury or
death.
Warning
Observe the following warnings when using
this unit.
❑ The driver should neither watch the display nor
operate the system while driving.
Watching the display or operating the system will distract
the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and can cause
accidents. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and
use the parking brake before watching the display or operating the system.
❑ Use the proper power supply.
This product is designed for operation with a negative
grounded 12 V DC battery system. Never operate this
product with other battery systems, especially a 24 V DC
battery system.
❑ Keep batteries and insulation film out of reach of
infants.
Batteries and insulation film can be ingested, so keep them
out of the reach of infants. If an infant ingests a battery or
insulation film, please seek immediate medical attention.
❑ Protect the Deck Mechanism.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the slot of this unit.
❑ Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Do not disassemble, modify the unit or attempt to repair
the product yourself. If the product needs to be repaired,
consult your dealer or an authorized Panasonic Service
Center.
❑ Do not use the unit when it is out of order.
If the unit is out of order (no power, no sound) or in an
abnormal state (has foreign objects in it, is exposed to
water, is smoking, or smells), turn it off immediately and
consult your dealer.
❑ The remote control unit should not lie about in the
car.
If the remote control unit lies about, it could fall on the
floor while driving, get wedged under the brake pedal, and
lead to a traffic accident.
❑ Refer fuse replacement to qualified service personnel.
When the fuse blows out, eliminate the cause and have it
replaced with the fuse prescribed for this unit by a qualified
service engineer. Incorrect replacement of the fuse may
lead to smoke, fire, and damage to the product.
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■ This manual uses pictographs to show you how to use the
product safely and to alert you to potential dangers resulting
from improper connections and operations. The meanings of
the pictographs are explained below. It is important that you
fully understand the meanings of the pictographs in order to
use this manual and the system properly.
Caution
This pictograph intends to alert you to the presence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in injury or material damage.
Observe the following warnings when
installing.
❑ Disconnect the lead from the negative (–) battery
terminal before installation.
Wiring and installation with the negative (–) battery terminal connected may cause electrical shock and injury due to
a short circuit.
Some cars equipped with the electrical safety system have
specific procedures of battery terminal disconnection.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE MAY LEAD TO
THE UNINTENDED ACTIVATION OF THE ELECTRICAL
SAFETY SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
❑ Never use safety-related components for installation, grounding, and other such functions.
Do not use safety-related vehicle components (fuel tank,
brake, suspension, steering wheel, pedals, airbag, etc.) for
wiring or fixing the product or its accessories.
❑ Installing the product on the air bag cover or in a
location where it interferes with airbag operation
is prohibited.
❑ Check for piping, gasoline tank, electric wiring,
and other items before installing the product.
If you need to open a hole in the vehicle chassis to attach
or wire the product, first check where the wire harness,
gasoline tank, and electric wiring are located. Then open
the hole from outside if possible.
❑ Never install the product in a location where it interferes with your field of vision.
❑ Never have the power cord branched to supply
other equipment with power.
❑ After installation and wiring, you should check the
normal operation of other electrical equipment.
The continuation of their using in abnormal conditions may
cause fire, electrical shock or a traffic accident.
❑ In the case of installation to an airbag equipped
car, confirm warnings and cautions of the vehicle
manufacturer before installation.
❑ Make sure the leads do not interfere with driving
or getting in and out of the vehicle.
❑ Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
Observe the following cautions when using
this unit.
❑ Keep the sound volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and
traffic conditions while driving.
❑ Do not insert or allow your hand or fingers to be
caught in the unit.
To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fingers caught in
moving parts or in the disc slot. Especially watch out for
infants.
❑ This unit is designed for use exclusively in automobiles.
❑ Do not operate the unit for a prolonged period with
the engine turned off.
Operating the audio system for a long period of time with
the engine turned off will drain the battery.
❑ Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
Otherwise these will raise the interior temperature of the
unit, and it may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the
unit.
❑ Do not use the product where it will be exposed to
water, moisture, or dust.
Exposure of the unit to water, moisture, or dust may lead
to smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit. Make especially
sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on
rainy days.
Observe the following cautions when
installing.
❑ Refer wiring and installation to qualified service
personnel.
Installation of this unit requires special skills and experience. For maximum safety, have it installed by your dealer.
Panasonic is not liable for any problems resulting from
your own installation of the unit.
❑ Follow the instructions to install and wire the product.
Not following the instructions to properly install and wire
the product could cause an accident or fire.
❑ Take care not to damage the leads.
When wiring, take care not to damage the leads. Prevent
them from getting caught in the vehicle chassis, screws,
and moving parts such as seat rails. Do not scratch, pull,
bend or twist the leads. Do not run them near heat sources
or place heavy objects on them. If leads must be run over
sharp metal edges, protect the leads by winding them with
vinyl tape or similar protection.
❑ Do not block the air vent or the cooling plate of the
unit.
Blocking these parts will cause the interior of the unit to
overheat and will result in fire or other damage.
❑ Do not install the product where it is exposed to
strong vibrations or is unstable.
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Caution
2
Avoid slanted or strongly curved surfaces for installation. If
the installation is not stable, the unit may fall down while
driving and this can lead to an accident or injury.
❑ Installation Angle
The product should be installed in a horizontal position
with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more
than 30˚.
The user should bear in mind that in some areas there may
be restrictions on how and where this unit must be
installed. Consult your dealer for further details.
❑ Wear gloves for safety. Make sure that wiring is
completed before installation.
❑ To prevent damage to the unit, do not connect the
power connector until the whole wiring is completed.
❑ Do not connect more than one speaker to one set
of speaker leads. (except for connecting to a
tweeter)
Observe the following cautions when handling
the battery for the remote control unit.
● Use only specified battery (CR2025).
● Match the polarity of the battery with the (+) and (–) marks
in the battery case.
● Replace a dead battery as soon as possible.
● Remove the battery from the remote control unit when not
using it for an extended period of time.
● Insulate the battery (by placing them in a plastic bag or
covering them with vinyl tape) before disposal or storage.
● Dispose of the battery according to the local regulations.
● Do not disassemble, recharge, heat or short the battery. Do
not throw a battery into a fire or water.
In case of battery leakage
● Thoroughly wipe the battery liquid off the battery case and
insert new battery.
● If any part of your body or clothing comes into contact
with battery liquid, wash it with plenty of water.
● If battery liquid comes into contact with your eyes, wash
them with plenty of water and get immediate medical attention.
❑ Use the designated parts and tools for installation.
Use the supplied or designated parts and appropriate tools
to install the product. The use of parts other than those
supplied or designated may result in internal damage to the
unit. Faulty installation may lead to an accident, a malfunction or fire.
CAUTION:
• PLEASE FOLLOW THE LAWS AND REGULATIONS OF YOUR STATE, PROVINCE OR COUNTRY FOR WIRING,
INSTALLATION, AND USE OF THIS UNIT AND THE DEVICES TO BE CONNECTED.
CQ-VD6505W
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Before Reading These Instructions
3
Panasonic welcomes you to our constantly growing family of electronic products owners.
We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully
selected components, and assembled by people who are proud of the reputation their work has built for our company.
We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment, and after you discover the quality, value and reliability
we have built into it, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
This is a guide book specific to system upgrading. Please refer to the operating instructions for basic operations,
menu operations, specifications, etc.
System upgrade sample
TV Tuner
(CY-TUP133W/CY-TUN133W, option)
Rear Monitor
Main Unit
CQ-VD6505W
iPod®
Hands-Free Kit featuring
Bluetooth® technology
(CY-BT100N, option)
Expansion Module
(CY-EM100N, option)
CD Changer
(CX-DP880, option)
DVD Changer
(CX-DH801W, option)
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Connectable devices
■ DVD Changer
■ Hands-Free Phone System
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic DVD changer unit (CX-DH801W). For details, refer
to the operating instructions for the DVD changer unit.
You can connect the optional Hands-Free Phone System
(Hands-Free Kit featuring Bluetooth® technology:
CY-BT100N). For details, refer to the operating instructions for
the Hands-Free Phone System.
Note: This unit is designed only for receiving calls. It
cannot send calls.
Bluetooth®
The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd. is under license.
Other trademarks and trade name are those of their
respective owners.
■ CD Changer
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic CD changer unit (CX-DP880). For details, refer to
the operating instructions for the CD changer unit.
■ TV tuner
You can connect the optional Panasonic TV tuner unit (CYTUP133W/CY-TUN133W). For details, refer to the operating
instructions for the TV tuner unit.
Note:
¡CY-TUP133W/CY-TUN133W is an analog TV-specific tuner.
¡If the analog broadcast system is replaced with the digital
broadcast system in a country or area where CYTUP133W/CY-TUN133W is used, TV broadcasts cannot be
received.
¡Inquire about the termination of analog broadcasting to the
authorities concerned in the country or area where CYTUP133W/CY-TUN133W is used.
■ iPod®
The optional adapter (Direct Cable for iPod: CA-DC300N)
allows you to connect the optional iPod series.
The iPod equipped with a dock connector is exclusively connectable. Further information about the controllable iPod is
described below.
Controllable iPod/software version
¡ 3rd generation iPod/ver. 2.3
¡ 4th generation iPod/ver. 3.1.1
¡ 5th generation iPod/ver. 1.2 (Refer to “Precautions in
using an iPod with Video”)
¡ iPod photo/ver. 1.2.1
¡ iPod mini/ver. 1.4.1
¡ iPod nano/ver. 1.2
* Operation check has been completed with software available at the end of September, 2006. We do not guarantee
the operation with our future products or upgraded software.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.A. and
other countries.
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■ Expansion Module (hub unit)
You can connect the optional Expansion Module (hub unit)
(CY-EM100N). Connection of the Expansion Module allows
you to simultaneously connect optional devices mentioned
before as well as other AV devices. For details, refer to the
operating instructions for the Expansion Module.
Connectable devices
¡ CD/DVD changer (max. 1)
¡ iPod (max. 2)
¡ iPod with Video (max. 1)
¡ Hands-Free Phone System (max. 1)
¡ TV tuner (max. 1)
Note:
¡Market conditions regarding optional devices vary with
countries and regions. For further information, consult your
dealer.
¡If a non-Panasonic product is connected to this unit, we do
not guarantee the operations of the product.
¡If iPod with Video is connected, no more iPod can be connected.
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Before Reading These Instructions (continued)
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System upgrade sample
■ Simultaneous Multi-Device Connection
CQ-VD6505W
System-up Connector
CD Changer
(CX-DP880, option)
DVD Changer
(CX-DH801W, option)
Only 1 unit
Conversion Cable for DVD/CD Changer
(CA-CC30N, option)
iPod
Up to 4 units
Direct cable for iPod
(CA-DC300N, option)
Expansion Module
Cellular Phone
(CY-EM100N, option)
CY-BT100U
Note:
¡ Refer to individual instruction and installation manuals for each device for
detailed installation and wiring.
Hands-Free Kit featuring
Bluetooth® technology
(CY-BT100N, option)
TV Tuner
(CY-TUP133W/CY-TUN133W,
option)
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■ 5.1-channel Surround System
This unit has a built-in 4-channel amplifier. The procedure for setting up a 5.1-channel surround system in order to play
DVD software in a way that creates a “you are there” feel in a car is described below.
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Note:
¡Even if you are using this unit without installing a center speaker, surround speakers, or a subwoofer, it is still necessary to make the speaker settings in order to adjust the sound balance.
Center Speaker:
EAB-CF2
Panasonic
Power amplifier
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
TUNE
TRACK
VOL
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NAVI
MUTE
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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Front Speakers:
CJ-DA1733
Surround Speakers:
CJ-DA6923
Power amplifier
Subwoofer:
CJ-SW3003
Contents
Common
Safety Information................................................2
Before Reading These Instructions....................4
Touch Panel Operation Overview.......................8
Each Source
Settings
Settings ...............................................................20
As needed
Troubleshooting.................................................22
TV Tuner Control................................................10
CD Changer Control...........................................12
DVD Changer Control ........................................13
Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit .................................16
iPod Control........................................................18
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Touch Panel Operation Overview
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❒ Notes on the Touch Panel
Before operation
¡Clean the surface of the touch panel. (a Operating
Instructions)
Operation
¡Use only your fingers to operate the touch panel.
¡Do not press the panel forcefully.
¡Do not scratch the panel with fingernails or any
hard objects.
¡Do not use a pen or other sharp implements to
operate the touch panel.
¡Do not bump the front panel.
a Failure to observe the above may damage or
break the glass on the surface of the touch
panel.
The State of Operation Screen
Example: CD Changer mode
Note:
¡The following picture is partly darkened for explanation.
¡Displaying contents and their positions partly vary with each mode. Refer to the description of each mode for details.
Display Button
(a next page)
Source Button
Menu Button
(Content varies with each
source)
Displays the Source Selection Screen.
Displays the Menu Screen.
Source Selection Screen
Source Selection Screen appears.
Touch desired source button.
Touch
to quit.
Menu Screen
Menu Screen appears. Select desired setting.
Menu Setting, (a Operating Instructions)
Press [SRC] to change to
desired mode.
Note:
¡When an
,
,
or
is connected to
this unit without involving the Expansion Module (CYEM100N, option), any of them appears at the AV2
position.
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Press [MENU] to let menu
screen appear.
¡When
is selected on the condition that the
Expansion Module is connected to this unit, the video and
audio of the source connected to AUDIO IN/VIDEO IN of
the Expansion Module come out.
English
Switching the display
Touching
allows users to switch between screens as follows.
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❏ How to Call up Operation Screen
Source
Standard Screen
Operation Screen
CD Changer
(a page 12)
iPod
(a page 18)
❏ How to Cancel OSD (On Screen Display)
Source
Standard Screen
OSD OFF *2
TV tuner (*1)
(a page 10)
DVD Changer (*1)
(a page 13)
*1 To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
*2 The operation screen is not available in the video mode.
Note:
¡Refer to the description of each mode for how to operate the operation screen.
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TV Tuner Control
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Preparation:
¡Connect a TV tuner (CY-TUP133W/CY-TUN133W,
option) to the unit.
¡It is required to install the TV antenna to receive TV
broadcasts.
¡For receiving TV broadcasts, stop your car where
there is no obstacle to broadcast reception around.
TV Mode Selection
[}] [{]
Source Button Band selection
q Touch “Source Button”.
d
PWR
SRC
(TV)
w Touch
on the Source
Selection Screen.
(Content varies with
connected devices)
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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Press [SRC] to change to the TV
mode.
TV menu
[SRC]
Note:
¡For the operations of the TV tuner with its remote control, aim the remote control at the remote control sensor of this unit.
¡The remote control of the TV tuner (CY-TUP133W/CYTUN133W, option) cannot turn on or off the power of
the TV tuner.
Channel selection/
Channel seeking
Preset channel
selection
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of
touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
Tuning
Operations
Band Selection
[BAND]
TV 1
TV 2
[[]
[d]
Up
[]]
[s]
Down
Channel Seeking
[[]
[d]
Up
[]]
[s]
Down
–
–
[}] [{]
[}] [{]
Up/down
[] ] [[ ]
[s] [d]
Left/right
Selecting an Item
on the TV Menu
…… Touch/Press and hold
10
–
Station
Selection
Displaying TV
Menu
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[s] [d]
Calls up the menu of the tuner.
To cancel, touch again.
English
Preset Memory
Operations
Auto Preset
Memory
12 channels with first to 12th highest in signal strength will be preset to each band.
–
[BAND]
10
Select a band.
¡Touch/press and hold for more than 2 seconds.
¡ “–” appears if the number of receivable channels is less than 12.
New channels overwrite existing saved channels.
Writing Preset
Memory
Favorite preset channels
can be written after you
have set the preset channel once.
Select a band and a channel.
d
[}]
[}]
d
d
¡Preset channel writing mode
display appears.
[] ] [[ ]
d
Preset Channel
Calling
Deleting Preset
Memory
Favorite preset channels
can be deleted after you
have set the preset channel once.
[s] [d]
Select a channel that you want to exchange.
d
[BAND]
–
Determine.
–
–
¡Exit from the preset writing.
[}]
[}]
Down
[{]
[{]
Up
Select a band and a channel.
d
[{]
[{]
d
d
¡Preset channel deleting mode
display appears.
[}] [{]
d
[}] [{]
Select a preset number that you want to
delete.
d
[BAND]
–
Determine.
–
–
¡Exit from the preset channel deletion.
…… Touch/Press and hold for more than 2 seconds
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CD Changer Control
¡CD changer functions are designed for optional
Panasonic CD changer unit. (CX-DP880)
Preparation:
¡Connect the CD changer, and load a magazine (discs).
CD Changer Mode Selection
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Disc selection
Source Button
Total track number
[SRC]
Disc number
Total time
q Touch “Source Button”.
d
(CH-C)
w Touch
on the Source
Selection Screen.
(Content varies with
connected devices)
[}] [{]
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
Press [SRC] to change to the CD
Changer mode.
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch
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Track selection
Current track
.
Random Play
Scan Play
Repeat Play
[s] [d]
Basic Operations
Operations
Disc Selection
Track Selection
Fast Forward/
Fast Reverse
Repeat Play
Repeat Play within the
current Disc
*
Scan Play
Disc Scan Play
*
Random Play
Random Play within the
Current Disc
…… Touch/Press and hold
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*
[}]
[}]
Next disc
[{]
[{]
Previous disc
[d]
[d]
[s]
[s]
[d]
[ d]
[s]
[s]
Next track
Beginning of the current track
Previous track (Touch/press twice.)
Fast forward
Release to resume playback.
Fast reverse
Release to resume playback.
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
–
To cancel, touch and hold for more than 2 seconds again.
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
–
The first 10 seconds of the all the discs is played.
To cancel, touch and hold for more than 2 seconds again.
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
–
To cancel, touch and hold for more than 2 seconds again.
* Touch panel symbols will change to indicate these current mode.
,
,
{D= DISC (disc)}
Preparation:
¡Connect the DVD changer, and load a magazine (discs).
¡DVD changer functions are designed for optional
Panasonic DVD changer unit. (CX-DH801W)
DVD Changer Mode Selection
Source Button
q Touch “Source Button”.
English
DVD Changer Control
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[}] [{]
[SRC]
d
(CH-C)
w Touch
on the Source
Selection Screen.
(Content varies with
connected devices)
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
Press [SRC] to change to the DVD
Changer mode.
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Operation Buttons
Note:
¡Be sure to connect RCA cord (video)(yellow) of the
Panasonic DVD Changer to AV2-IN and set
CH VIDEO INPUT to ON (a page 20). Otherwise the
changer cannot be controlled through this unit.
¡Refer to the operating instructions and installation
instructions of CX-DH801W as well.
Disc/folder [s] [d]
selection
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of
touch panel or press [ENTER] on the remote control.
Basic Operations
Operations
Operations
Track/file Selection
Compatible
Discs
DVD VCD
[d]
–
Next track/file
Compatible
CD MP3
Discs
[s]
–
Beginning of the current track/file
Previous track/file (Touch/press twice.)
DVD
Fast Forward/
Fast Reverse
Disques
compatibles
DVD VCD
CD
MP3
Compatible
Discs
Folder Selection
CD
Pause
Fast forward
Release to resume playback.
Fast reverse
[s]
–
Release to resume playback.
The speed changes if the button is held down as follows.
Regular speed / 2 times / 5 times / 10 times / 30 times
[d]
–
–
–
Next folder
–
–
Previous folder
[3]
–
To resume playback, touch/press
/ [5].
[y]
–
To resume playback, touch/press
/ [5].
MP3
Compatible
Discs
DVD
VCD
Stop
Note:
¡When playing a DVD, there are cases where it is not possible to return to
the start of a chapter that spans 2 titles. (a Operating Instructions)
MP3
DVD VCD
Compatible
Discs
CD MP3
…… Touch/Press and hold
Discos
compatibles
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DVD Changer Control (continued)
Basic Operations (continued)
Slow Playback
[d]
DVD VCD
–
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¡Touch/press and hold in the pause
mode.
Playback is at about 1/4 normal speed.
To resume normal playback, touch/press
/ [5].
Note:
¡Reverse slow playback is not possible.
Disc Selection
DVD VCD
–
–
Next disc
CD
–
–
Previous disc
MP3
…… Touch/Press and hold
Chapter/title/track Selection
Showing menu and
selecting an item
* Note on VCD:
For VCD, press
[RETURN] instead of
[DVD MENU] .
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DVD
VCD
*
–
[DVD MENU]
–
d
[]] [[] [s] [d]
[}] [{] [}] [{]
d
q Menu appears.
[ENTER]
–
e Determine the setting.
[RETURN]
–
Returns to the previous display.
d
w Select the desired item.
d
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Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit
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Preparation:
¡Connect the Bluetooth hands-free kit (CY-BT100N)
and establish the pairing. Refer to the instruction
manual for the Bluetooth hands-free kit for further
information.
Connection of the optional Bluetooth hands-free kit
allows users to talk on a handsfree cellular phone in a
car.
Note:
¡CY-BT100N is designed only for receiving calls. It
cannot send calls.
Bluetooth Hands-Free Mode
This mode is not selectable by pressing [SRC] or touching an item on the panel, but activated by receiving an
incoming call. (To pick up the phone, press [Hang-on]
on the hands-free kit.)
Note:
¡ The telephone number of the calling party is displayed.
¡ “CONNECT” is displayed when information of the calling party cannot be acquired.
¡ We shall not guarantee all the functions of the
Bluetooth-ready mobile phone to be connected.
[+] [–]
PWR
SRC
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
Switch unit
Status indicator (Blue LED)
Lights: Call waiting/Talking
Stays out: Not connected
Blinks rapidly: Receiving a call
Blinks slowly:
Pairing/Reconnecting
[Hang-on]/Blue LED
[Hang-up]/Red LED
When receiving a call...
Example: DVD mode
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ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
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Useful Function
Operations
Adjustment of Ring
Volume
When the ringtone is the
same as that of the cellular phone,
When the ringtone is not
the same as that of the
cellular phone (but this
unit-specific sound),
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Adjust the volume when a call is coming in.
–
[–]
[–]
down
–
[+]
[+]
up
Adjust the volume when a call is coming in.
[+]
or
[]]
[+]
on
[–]
mute
[–]
or
[[]
¡
Adjustment of
phone receiver
volume
Back to Previous
Source
and
appear appear only when the ringtone is not the same as that of the
cellular phone. The buttons disappear when communication starts.
–
[–]
[–]
down
–
[+]
[+]
up
–
–
–
¡Press [Hang-up] on the hands-free kit.
¡When [Hang-up] on the hands-free kit is pressed to hang up the phone, the previous mode resumes.
Note:
¡ Reception of a call during the camera or navigation
system is activated does not call up the Hands Free
screen but displays only the telephone number of the
calling party. Pressing [Hang-on] deletes the telephone number from the screen.
does not
appear.
¡ Reception of a call at MUTE-on temporarily cancels
the mute function and disables operations. After end
of phone communication, the mute function resumes.
¡ Source change and AUDIO -related operations in the
menu are not feasible during reception of a call. But
volume is adjustable and the power can be turned off
even during reception of a call.
¡ Reception of a call at power-off does not turn on the
power of this unit.
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iPod Control
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Preparation:
¡Connect the iPod through connecting cable (CA-DC300N, option).
iPod Mode Selection
Source Button
q Touch “Source Button”.
[SRC]
[}] [{]
Information of current track/file
d
(iPod)
w Touch
on the Source
Selection Screen.
(Content varies with
connected devices)
PWR
SRC
ALBUM
FOLDER
MENU
VOL
TUNE
TRACK
MUTE
NAVI
P-MODE
ASPECT
ASP
TILT
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Press [SRC] to change to the iPod
mode.
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch
operation buttons
text/title scroll
.
[s] [d]
Note:
¡ Disconnect the iPod from this unit, reset the iPod, and
connect the iPod again when a problem occurs including the following: the iPod is not recognized/the iPod
is not operable from the iPod itself or this unit/the
image or sound from the iPod connected to this unit is
not correctly reproduced.
¡ “NO iPod” appears until the iPod is recognized after
connecting the iPod, turning on the power of the main
unit, or performing source selection on the main unit
side. This indicates there is nothing wrong with the
main unit.
¡ We shall not guarantee all the functions of the iPod to
be connected.
¡ The iPod equipped with a dock connector is exclusively connectable.
¡ The number of displayable characters for a file name
is limited. (up to 252 bytes)
Controllable iPod/software version
¡ 3rd generation iPod/ver. 2.3
¡ 4th generation iPod/ver. 3.1.1
¡ 5th generation iPod/ver. 1.2 (Refer to “Precautions
in using an iPod with Video”)
¡ iPod photo/ver. 1.2.1
¡ iPod mini/ver. 1.4.1
¡ iPod nano/ver. 1.2
* Operation check has been completed with software
available at the end of September, 2006. We do not
guarantee the operation with our future products or
upgraded software.
Basic Operations
Operations
Track/file Selection
Fast Forward/
Fast Reverse
Title Scroll
Pause
…… Touch/Press and hold
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[d]
[d]
Next track/file
[s]
[s]
Beginning of the current track/file
Previous track/file (Touch/press twice.)
[d]
[d]
[s]
[s]
Fast forward
Release to resume playback.
Fast reverse
Release to resume playback.
–
–
Scrolls the title once
[y]
–
To resume playback, touch/press
again or touch/press
/ [5].
–
–
To cancel, touch again.
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–
–
To cancel, touch and hold again.
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Useful Function
Shuffle Songs
*
Shuffle Albums
*
Note:
¡The shuffle function of iPod corresponds to the RANDOM function of this unit.
Repeat Play
–
To cancel, touch again.
–
Note:
¡The All Repeat Play function of iPod is always activated and cannot be canceled
from this unit.
…… Touch/Press and hold
Touching
* Touch panel symbols will change to indicate these current mode.
{A= ALBUM (album)},
{S= SONG (song)}
allows users to switch between screens as follows.
Standard Screen
File indicator
A number up to 999 is displayable.
Current state
File up/down
Operation Screen
File indicator
A number up to 999 is displayable.
Title scroll
Play/pause
Play setting
File up/down
Folder List/File List Screen
Back to 1-upper directory
Playback category selection button
Playback by playlist (default)
Playback by album
Playback by song
Playback by artist
Folder list/file list
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Settings
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This is a guide book specific to system upgrading. Please refer to the operating instructions for basic operations,
menu operations, specifications, etc.
USER
SCREEN AUDIO
DVD
INPUT/OUTPUT
RADIO
INPUT SELECT
Input selection
NAVI SETUP (Navigation set up)
NAVI INPUT
(Navigation Input)
Navigation Setting
NAVI SP
(Navigation Speaker)
: Front Left/Right speaker
BOTH
: Front Left only
R ch
: Front Right only
: connected to the AV1-IN
CH VIDEO INPUT
RGB
(Video input for DVD Changer)
ON
: connected to the AV2-IN
OFF
: unconnected
default: OFF
Note:
¡The audio output should be connected to the AV2-IN.
(Navigation mute level)
Preparation: Connect the navi mute lead.
: unchanged
CAMERA
(Rear view camera set up)
LEV 1
: –20 dB
LEV 2
: –30 dB
Selection of the terminal that connects to the rear view
camera.
LEV 3
: no sound
Preparation: Connect the reverse lead. (a Installation
Instructions)
default:
Note:
¡You can set the navigation mute level when
selected on NAVI INPUT .
NAVI VOLUME
LEV 1
RGB
is
(Navigation Volume)
Volume adjustment of the car navigation system.
] : down,
[ : up
Setting range: 0 to 40
default: 20
Connection with Panasonic car navigation system
: This book refers to connections to the Panasonic
car navigation system that will come onto the market in the future. Descriptions regarding the car
navigation system are boxed with a dotted line.
Note:
¡If a non-Panasonic navigation system is connected to
this unit, we do not guarantee the operations of the
navigation system.
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AV1
BOTH
default:
OFF
: connected to the RGB input cord, or a
car navigation system not connected
default:
L ch
NAVI MUTE
RGB
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ON
: connected to the CAMERA-IN
OFF
: unconnected
default:
OFF
Note:
¡Make sure to select OFF when no rear view camera is
connected.
¡The image from the rear view camera may be blurred
in the night or a dark place.
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Note:
OUTPUT SELECT
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Output Selection
REAR MONITOR
(Rear Monitor Set up)
You can have different picture and sound on the front
and rear monitors at the same time.
Preparation: Connect another optional rear monitor.
(a Installation Instruction)
❑ When the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option) is
disconnected:
AUTO
: same as front monitor*
DVD
: DVD/VCD/CD/MP3/WMA
AV1
: AV1
AV2
: AV2
¡The screen above shows the case that no device is
connected to the Expansion Module. In such a case,
the additional buttons are displayed gray and not selectable.
¡Only single source of audio and video can come out
through the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option).
Therefore, if the audio and video from the changer are
played on the front monitor, the audio and video from
the TV cannot be played on the rear monitor at the
same time.
Example:
When a DVD changer and a TV are connected to the
Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option),
* iPod with Video is included.
default:
AUTO
Note:
¡This menu can also be opened by touching/pressing
and holding
/[MENU].
¡Images are not displayed on the rear monitor in the
DVD changer mode even if AUTO is selected.
❑ When the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N, option) is
connected:
is selectable. However, the setting is not
¡
feasible because the changer is in operation on the
front monitor.
¡To play the TV on the rear monitor, select
for the front monitor, or select a source other than
the Expansion Module.
H-F SETUP (Hands-free Set Up)
Hands-free Set Up
H-F SP
(Hands-free speaker)
Preparation: Connect Bluetooth hands-free kit (CYBT100N). (a Installation Instructions)
¡Connection of the Expansion Module (CY-EM100N,
option) provides two additional source buttons.
¡Connection of audio-only source to the Expansion
Module (CY-EM100N, option) provides no additional
button.
BOTH
: Front Left/Right speaker
L ch
: Front Left only
R ch
: Front Right only
default:
BOTH
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Troubleshooting
❑ If You Suspect Something Wrong
Check and take steps as described below.
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If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is recommended to take the unit to your nearest authorized Panasonic
Service Center. The product should be serviced only by qualified
personnel. Please refer checking and repair to professionals.
Panasonic shall not be liable for any accidents arising out of neglect of checking the unit or your own repair after your checking.
Never take measures especially those other than indicated by
italic letters in “Possible Solution” described below because
those are too dangerous for users to handle themselves.
Warning
¡Do not use the unit in an irregular condition, for example, without sound, or with
smoke or a foul smell, which can cause
ignition or electric shock. Immediately stop
using the unit and consult your dealer.
¡Never try to repair the unit by yourself
because it is dangerous to do so.
■ Car Navigation, VCR, Camcorder, Rear View Camera, Rear Monitor
Problem
Possible cause a Possible solution
The picture from a car
navigation system is not
displayed.
The connection of a car navigation system is not correct.
aConnect it correctly.
The picture from a VCR or a
camcorder is not displayed.
A VCR or Camcorder is not connected correctly.
aConnect a VCR or Camcorder correctly.
The picture from a rear
view camera is not
displayed.
Rear view camera is not connected correctly.
aConnect a rear view camera correctly.
The picture or the sound
of the rear monitor is not
switchable.
Input setting of a car navigation system is not correct.
aCorrect the input setting.
Input setting of camera is not correct.
aCorrect the input setting.
AUTO is not selected as the rear monitor setting.
aSelect AUTO for the setting.
■ iPod Control
The iPod is not
recognized. The iPod is
not operable from the
iPod itself or this unit.
The image or sound
from the iPod connected
to this unit is not
correctly reproduced.
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Communication between this unit and the iPod may be temporarily interrupted
even when both of them are active. This phenomenon does not indicate that this
unit is out of order.
aDisconnect the iPod and reset the iPod. After completion of iPod reset, connect the iPod again.
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❑ Error Display Messages
■ CD Changer/DVD Changer Control
Display
NON PLAYABLE DISC
MECHANISM ERROR
Possible cause a Possible solution
Disc has scratches.
aCheck disc.
No operation by some cause.
aPress [u]. 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 Service Center.
FILE ERROR
The type of the file that is selected is not supported.
aCheck disc.
PROTECTED
A WMA file can be copyrighted.
aThe file protected by copyright is not playable.
NO DISC
NO MAGAZINE
REGION ERROR
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Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
aCheck disc.
No disc is in the player.
aInsert disc into the disc slot.
No magazine is in the changer.
aLoad the changer with CD-loaded magazine.
An attempt was made to play a disc with a region number other than “3” or “ALL”.
aPress [u] and check the disc.
Note:
¡There may be cases when the disc numbers affected by an error are displayed before “NON PLAYABLE DISC”.
¡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.
■ iPod Control
NO iPod
NO SONGS
The iPod cable was disconnected in the iPod mode.
aReconnect the iPod cable.
Your iPod has no playable music.
aDownload playable music to your iPod.
CQ-VD6505W
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System Upgrade Guidebook
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://panasonic.net
YFM284C682CA
PTW0107-2037
Printed in China
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