Panasonic Car Video System CX-D3000U User manual

Panasonic Car Video System CX-D3000U User manual
Mobile DVD-Video Player
Lecteur DVD-Vidéo mobile
Reproductor Movil de DVD-VIDEO
CX-D3000U
Operating Instructions
Manuel d’instructions
Manual de instrucciones
Safety Information
WARNING:
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, AND ANNOYING INTERFERENCE, USE
ONLY THE INCLUDED COMPONENTS.
WARNING:
NOT FOR USE WHERE VIDEO MONITOR IS VISIBLE
TO DRIVER TO AVOID RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR
POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF STATE LAWS.
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS I LASER PRODUCT.
HOWEVER THIS PRODUCT USES A VISIBLE/
INVISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH COULD CAUSE
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE IF DIRECTED. BE SURE TO OPERATE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY AS INSTRUCTED.
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
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4,631,603,
4,577,216, and 4,819,098, licensed for limited
viewing uses only.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims of
certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other
rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Panasonic welcomes you to our ever growing family of electronic product owners. We know that this
product will bring you many hours of enjoyment. Our reputation is built on precise electronic and
mechanical engineering, and our products are manufactured with carefully selected components and
assembled by people who take pride in their work. Once you discover the quality, reliability, and value we
have built into this product, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
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❐ Use This Product Safely
When Driving
Disc Mechanism
The driver must not operate the color LCD monitor.
Operating the color LCD monitor may lead to
carelessness and cause an accident. Stop your car
in a safe location when operating the unit.
Do not insert coins or any small objects. Keep
screwdrivers and other metallic objects away from
the disc mechanism and disc.
When Washing Your Car
Do not expose the product to water or excessive
moisture. This could cause electrical shorts, fire or
other damage.
Do not attempt to disassemble or adjust this
precision product. Please refer to the Servicenter
list included with this product for service assistance.
When Parked
Protect the Software
Parking in direct sunlight can produce very high
temperatures inside your car. Give the interior a
chance to cool down before switching the unit on.
When you leave the car, be sure to eject the disc
from this unit and bring it out.
Use the Proper Power Supply
This product should be installed in a horizontal position with the front end up at a convenient angle, but
not more than 30x.
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.
This product is designed to operate with a 12 V DC,
negative ground battery system (the normal system
in a North American car).
Use Authorized Servicenters
For Installation
❐ Features
≥ DVD video, Video CD, and Music CD
playback
≥ MP3 playback from CD-R/RW discs
≥ Digital audio output terminal for
upgrading to Dolby Digital and dts
surround [Requires separately sold
optical cable (CA-LRD60) and digital
surround processor (CY-AC300)].
CX-D3000U
Add-on DVD Player System
CQ-VA707W (Display unit)
Color LCD monitor
Front speaker
Front speaker
CY-VM5800U
Color LCD monitor
The figure on the right shows an example
of a combination recommended.
See page 40 for information on how to
connect the wires.
Rear speaker
CQ-VA707W (Control unit)
Rear speaker
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DVD Player
Find the model number and serial number on either the back or bottom of the product. Please record them in the
space below and retain this booklet as a permanent record of your purchase to help with identification in case of theft.
MODEL NUMBER
DATE PURCHASED
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CX-D3000U
SERIAL NUMBER
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Contents
Preparation
❏ Safety Information (2)
❏ Use This Product Safely (4)
❏ Features (4)
❏ Discs that can be Played Back
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❏ Accessories (11)
❏ Remote Control Unit Preparation
(11)
(10)
Disc Operations
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Inserting/Ejecting a disc, Playback, Stop (12)
Selecting a Menu Item (14)
Go to Beginning, Fast Forward/Fast Reverse (15)
Pause, Slow Playback, Scan Play (16)
Random Play, Repeat Play (17)
Direct Title/Chapter/Track/Folder/File Selection (18)
On-Screen Displays (OSD) (19)
DVD Menu, Title Menu (20)
Switching the Subtitle Language,
Switching the Audio Language, Switching the Angle,
Switching between Stereo and Monaural (21)
User Settings
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❏ Menu Language, Subtitle Language,
Audio Language, TV Aspect*1 (22)
❏ TV Mode*2, On-Screen Messages,
Audio Output Level, D. Range Compression (24)
*1 This setting determines the
monitor’s aspect ratio.
*2 This setting determines the
video format when viewing
video on a wide screen with a
4:3 aspect ratio.
When required
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Troubleshooting (26)
Notes on MP3 (32)
Notes on Disc (34)
Installation
❏ Language Code List (35)
❏ Definition of Terms (36)
❏ Specifications (45)
❏ Installation Guide (37)
❏ Electrical Connections (40)
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Discs that can be Played Back
Disc
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Mark (logo)
Disc size Video format Audio format Region No.
NTSC
LPCM,
MPEG 1/MPEG 2,
Dolby Digital
5z (12 cm)
1
CD,
CD TEXT
3z (8 cm)
LPCM (CD-DA*),
MP3
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Battery Installation
1 Remove the battery holder.
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Pull the battery holder by position B while pushing
position A in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Install the battery on the battery holder.
Insert the battery holder back into its original
position.
Battery Notes
≥ Battery type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025)
≥ Battery life:
(included)
Approximately 6 months with normal
use (at room temperature)
≥ Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately.
≥ Do not disassemble or short the battery. Do not
throw a battery into a fire.
≥ Keep batteries away from children to avoid the
risk of accidents.
≥ Be careful to observe proper local disposal rules
when you dispose of batteries.
Point the remote control unit at the remote control
signal receiver.
Disc Operations
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Preparation
Check the monitor connection setting. (page 40–43)
1 Open the cover.
Turn the car’s ignition switch ACC or ON.
(ACC indicator†1 lights.)
ACC indicator†1
ACC
ON
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Remote control signal receiver†2
†1 ACC indicator lights when the remote control signal
receiver is connected. (page 40)
Turn the monitor switch to ON.
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Caution:
≥ The player can only play the following types of
discs: DVD video, video CD, CD and CD-DA data
recorded CD-R and CD-RW, and MP3 data recorded
CD media (CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW).
≥ If a disc contains both CD-DA data and MP3 data,
just the data type recorded at the beginning of the
disc is played.
≥ Refer to page 34 about notes on CD-Rs/RWs.
≥ Refer to page 32 about notes on MP3.
≥ Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
≥ Do not use discs that have a seal or label attached.
≥ Do not insert the foreign object into the disc slot.
This system is designed so that you cannot see
the moving picture while you are driving.
Warning
When driving please enjoy sound only
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Not all CD media containing MP3 data will play back
normally. For details, see “Notes on MP3” (page 32).
2 Insert the disc.
3 Close the cover.
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≥ The power turns to ON and playback begins
≥ Always close the cover completely
automatically.
≥ Before loading a disc, check to make sure
that a disc is not already loaded.
when using the player.
Ejecting the disc:
To turn the power off:
≥ You can eject the disc even when
the power is off.
≥ You can eject a disc even when
ACC is off by pressing [<] (eject).
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
≥ Playback starts.
Note:
≥ When the menu screen
appears, refer to “Selecting a
Menu Item” (page 14).
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
(During playback)
Note:
≥ Press [1] (PLAY) again, and play will resume
from the point where [∫] (STOP) was pressed.
(Continued playback function).
To cancel continued playback:
(In the stop mode)
≥ Playback stops.
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[:][9]
(TRACK/SEARCH)
[1] (PLAY)
RET (RETURN)
["][#][%][$]/
[ENTER] (Push the center.)
Numeric buttons
DVD Video
Video CD
CAR AV
CD
MP3
DVD Video
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Select Item.
(Example)
Finalize selection
(ENTER).
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DVD Video/Video CD with Playback Control
Select Item.
(Example: Video CD
with playback control)
Select your favorite music.
1. Love Supremes
2. Impressions
3. In a sentimental mood
Number:
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Finalize selection
(ENTER).
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Selecting
a Menu Item
1. SUBTITLE
2. AUDIO
3. ANGLE
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DVD MENU
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(Example: “1”)
To input the number again:
Note:
≥ Operations vary according to the disc. For details, refer to the guide
provided with the disc.
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
[9]:Next chapter/track/file.
[:]: Beginning of the current chapter/track/file.
For the previous chapter/track/file,
press twice.
(Backward) (Forward)
Note:
≥ If the selected folder does not contain any
MP3 files, the nearest MP3 file in the order of
playback will be played.
≥ If the total of files and folders exceeds 254,
successful playback may not be performed.
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DVD Video
Video CD
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["]: Next folder
[#]: Previous folder
MP3 only
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Go to
Beginning
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CD
MP3
Forward
TRACK / SEARCH
TRACK / SEARCH
2
times
TRACK / SEARCH
5
times
TRACK / SEARCH
10
times
20
times
1 sec.
Reverse
TRACK / SEARCH
Fast
Forward/
Fast Reverse
2
times
TRACK / SEARCH
5
times
TRACK / SEARCH
TRACK / SEARCH
10
times
20
times
1 sec.
To stop fast-forwarding
and start fast-reversing:
TRACK / SEARCH
1 sec.
To stop fast-reversing
and start fast-forwarding:
TRACK / SEARCH
1 sec.
To resume normal playback:
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
(During playback)
To cancel:
≥ The playback pauses.
≥ DVD Video/Video CD
Each time [;] on the remote
control unit is pressed during
pause, the image playback is
advanced frame-by-frame.
≥ CD/MP3
Normal playback is restored.
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
(During pause)
To pause:
≥ Playback is at approximately
1 3
/ normal speed.
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
To resume normal playback:
≥ Reverse slow playback is not
possible.
MP3
(During playback)
To cancel:
≥ The first 10 seconds of each track plays in sequence.
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
(During playback)
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To cancel:
Track random
All the tracks on the disc play
in a random sequence.
Track (CD)/
File (MP3)
Random
File random
All the files on the disc play
in a random sequence.
Random
Play
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All the available files on the
current folder play in a random sequence.
2 sec.
DVD Video
Video CD
Repeat
Play
CD
MP3
(During playback)
Chapter/
Track
To cancel:
2 sec.
(Video CD)/
DVD Video
Folder
Repeat
Video CD
2 sec.
The chapter that is currently being played repeats.
The track that is currently being played repeats.
MP3
The folder that is currently being played repeats.
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
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MP3
Select the input mode.
(During playback)
Each time the button is pressed,
DVD video
CD
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Input the desired number.
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Finalize selection (ENTER).
MP3
To input the number again:
on the selected folder/file starts playing.
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≥ The corresponding title/chapter/track/file
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Note:
≥ If a non-existent title/chapter/track/folder/file number is input and entered, the
command is invalid and the display returns to regular mode.
≥ Title selections (only for DVD video) can be made even in the stop mode.
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
Each time you press this button, the display
changes according to the disc type.
(During playback)
Music CD
DVD video
Regular display
Play
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CD PLAYER MODE
Track: 01/10 Time: 00 : 03 : 37
Regular display
Current operation mode
(Loading, Eject, Play, Pause, Stop, etc.)
Regular display
Current operation mode
Play
Title
:PANA
Track 01 :First song
Artist
:ABC
Track: 01/10 Time: 00 : 03 : 37
On-Screen
Displays
(OSD)
Title number/
Current chapter number/
Total title number Total chapter number
Playback time
Current track number
Total track number
Playback time
Play
Title
:PANA
Track 01 :First song
Artist
:ABC
Track: 01/10 Time: 00 : 03 : 37
Total playback time
Total playback time
Video CD
Regular display
(“No Text” appears for discs
without CD-text.)
MP3
Regular display
Play
Note:
≥ Each display may
sometimes show “---”.
This is not a malfunction.
≥The On-Screen Display
may not be displayed
properly when the display size (Aspect) of
the connected display
unit is set to “Zoom”.
In this case, select the
other display size type:
NORMAL, JUST or
FULL.
MP3 PLAYER MODE
Folder:001/010 File:001/028 Time:00:00:01
Current Operation mode
Current operation mode
Play
Folder : XYZ
File
: AAA
ID3Tag
Album
: XYZ
Title
: AAA
Artist
: ABC
Folder:001/010 File:001/028 Time:00:00:01
Playback time
Current folder number/
Total folder number
Current file number/
Total file number
Playback time
(“No Text” appears for discs
without ID3Tag information.)
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DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
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Video CD
Switching
the Subtitle
Language*
DVD Video
Video CD
Switching
the Audio
Language*
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
(During playback)
≥ The subtitle language is
switched every time this
is pressed for more than
1 second.
1 sec.
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CD
MP3
(During playback)
≥ The audio language is
switched every time this
is pressed for more than
1 second.
1 sec.
CD
MP3
(During playback)
Switching
the Angle*
DVD Video
Video CD
Switching
between
Stereo and
Monaural*
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≥ The angle is switched
every time this is pressed
for more than 1 second.
1 sec.
CD
MP3
(During playback)
Audio: Stereo
Audio: L ch (The left channel audio is output
1 sec.
both on the left and right speakers.)
Audio: R ch (The right channel audio is output
both on the left and right speakers.)
≥ Stereo is switched to monaural or vice versa every
time this is pressed for more than 1 second.
* If no operaton is performed for 5 seconds, the display returns to the regular mode.
Note:
≥ Initially, the subtitle language and the audio language are the language that is set in the user settings.
(If this language has not been recorded, the language that is displayed is determined by the disc.)
≥ There may be brief delay before the subtitles appears.
≥ It may not be possible to switch subtitles/audio languages unless the unit is at the DVD menu or is at the
user settings.
≥ The number of subtitle languages/audio languages depends on the disc. (Some discs have only one languages.)
≥ Some discs do not support the angle function. See the operating manual with the disc for details.
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User Settings
1 Display
“Main Menu”.
(While disc stopped, or no disc.)
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(Example: “1. Menu Language”)
<Main Menu>
1. Menu Language
2. Subtitle Language
3. Audio Language
4. TV Aspect
5. TV Mode (4:3)
6. On-Screen Messages
7. Audio Output Level
8. D. Range Compression
<Main Menu>
: English
: English
: English
: 16:9
: Pan&Scan
: ON
:2
: OFF
1. Menu Language
2. Subtitle Language
3. Audio Language
4. TV Aspect
5. TV Mode (4:3)
6. On-Screen Messages
7. Audio Output Level
8. D. Range Compression
0 : Exit
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: English
: English
: English
: 16:9
: Pan&Scan
: ON
:2
: OFF
0 : Exit
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
3 Select each item.
4 Finish the setting.
≥ The setting is completed.
(Example: “1. English”)
<Menu Language>
Select
Language
1. English
2. French
3. Spanish
4. Other:
5. Return:
1. English
2. French
3. Spanish
4. Other
5. Return
(page 35)
Subtitle language is not displayed.
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
1. English
2. French
3. Spanish
4. Other:
5. Return:
(page 35)
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
3. Return:
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The display returns to “Main Menu”.
1. English
2. French
3. Spanish
4. Other:
5. Disp Off:
6. Return:
1. 4:3:
2. 16:9:
Note:
≥ To apply changes to settings, be sure to
press [0] at the end.
≥ After the user settings have been changed
and entered, the player returns to the start
of the disc and begins playback.
≥ When the disc has predetermined language
or other settings, the user settings are not
reflected.
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Note:
≥ A disc supporting closed captioning and
subtitles may overlap each other on the
screen. In this case, turn the subtitle off.
When a conventional monitor is connected.
When a wide-screen monitor is connected.
≥ Wide screen video can be played on the full
screen.
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
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User Settings (continued)
1 Display
“Main Menu”.
(While disc stopped, or no disc.)
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2 Select each setting menu.
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(Example:
“7. Audio Output Level”)
<Main Menu>
1. Menu Language
2. Subtitle Language
3. Audio Language
4. TV Aspect
5. TV Mode (4:3)
6. On-Screen Messages
7. Audio Output Level
8. D. Range Compression
<Main Menu>
: English
: English
: English
: 16:9
: Pan&Scan
: ON
:2
: OFF
1. Menu Language
2. Subtitle Language
3. Audio Language
4. TV Aspect
5. TV Mode (4:3)
6. On-Screen Messages
7. Audio Output Level
8. D. Range Compression
0 : Exit
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: English
: English
: English
: 16:9
: Pan&Scan
: ON
:2
: OFF
(page 22)
0 : Exit
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
DVD Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
3 Select each item.
4 Finish the setting.
≥ The setting is completed.
(Example: “1. 1”)
<Audio Output Level>
Select
Audio Output Level
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. Return
1. Pan&Scan:Plays in Pan & Scan mode
2. Letterbox: Plays in Letter Box mode
3. Return:
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
1. ON:
Note:
≥ To apply changes to settings, be sure to
press [0] at the end.
≥ After the user settings have been changed
and entered, the player returns to the start of
the disc and begins playback.
≥ When the disc has predetermined language
or other settings, the user settings are not
reflected.
3. Return:
1. 1:
2. 2:
3. 3:
4. Return:
Minimum Level
Middle level
Maximum level
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
1. Minimum: Most compressed mode: TV broadcasts, etc.
2. Standard: Mode recommended by software
creators for listening at low volumes.
3. OFF:
Does not compress the dynamic range.
4. Return:
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
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Note:
≥ If “Pan & Scan” or “Letterbox” is already set in the
software, this setting is ignored.
When power is turned on, On-Screen Display messages such
as “Play” and “Pause” will always be displayed on the screen
for 5 seconds.
When power is turned on, On-Screen Display messages such
as “Play” and “Pause” will not be displayed on the screen.
The display returns to “Main Menu”.
2. OFF:
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Note:
≥ We recommend that you select the default when you
use this player in the system configurations (page
40–43), and adjust the volume control on the display
unit or stereo unit concerned to this player.
See the display unit operating manual for details.
Note:
≥ When it is difficult to hear comparatively small sound
(such as movie dialogue), setting “Minimum” will
make those sounds easier to hear.
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Troubleshooting
Preliminary Steps
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Check and take steps as described in the tables
below.
If You Suspect Something Wrong
Immediately switch the power off.
Disconnect the power connector and check that
there is neither smoke nor heat from the product
before asking for repairs. Never try to repair the
product yourself because it is dangerous to do so.
Caution:
≥ Do not use the product if it malfunctions or is
something wrong.
≥ Do not use the product in abnormal condition,
for example, without sound, or with smoke or
foul smell, which can cause ignition or electric
shock. Immediately stop using it and call the
store where you purchased it.
Error Display Messages
Error Display
Error
Playback Error
Please eject.
Cause/Step
≥ Disc is dirty, scratched or upside down.
≥ A disc that has data other than CD-DA or MP3 type is loaded.
➡ Check the disc.
≥ An attempt was made to play a PAL disc.
➡ Eject the disc.
≥ Disc is dirty, scratched or upside down.
≥ A disc that has data other than CD-DA or MP3 type is loaded.
➡ Check the disc.
Error
This type of disc cannot be played.
Please eject.
≥ An attempt was made to play a PAL disc.
➡ Eject the disc.
≥ The player for some reason cannot read the file you are trying to play.
(File recorded in an unsupported file system, compression scheme,
data format, file name extension, damaged data, etc.)
➡ Select a file that the player can read. Confirm the type of data
recorded on the disc. Create a new disc if necd.
Error
Mechanical Error
≥ The player will not operate for some reason.
➡ Eject the disc. If the disc is not ejected when you press [<] (eject),
then simply press the reset switch (page 31).
Please eject.
≥ An attempt was made to play a disc with a region number that was
Error
This disc may not be played
in your region.
Please eject.
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not “1” or “ALL”.
➡ Eject the disc.
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Trouble
Cause/Step
Car’s engine switch is not on.
➡ Turn your car’s ignition switch to ACC or ON.
No power.
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Cables are not correctly connected.
➡ Connect cables correctly.
➡ Connect the battery cable to the terminal that is always active.
➡ Connect the accessory cable to your car’s ACC source.
➡ Connect the grounding wire to a metal part of the car.
Fuse is burnt out.
➡ Call the store where you purchased the unit, or your nearest Servicenter
(see the attached sheet) and ask for fuse replacement.
No sound.
Cables are not correctly connected.
➡ Connect cables correctly.
Condensation (dew).
➡ Wait for a while before use.
❐ DVD/Video CD/CD
Trouble
Cause/Step
Disc is upside down.
➡ Place disc in the correct direction with the label side up.
≥ Disc is dirty.
≥ Disc has scratches.
➡ Clean the disc, referring to the section on “Notes on Disc”. (page 34)
The disc is inside but there
is no sound.
➡ The player can only play the following types of discs:
DVD video, Video CD, CD and CD-DA data recorded CD-R and
CD-RW, and MP3 data recorded CD media (CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW).
➡ The player may not successfully play back a CD-R/RW that is made
in combination of writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and a disc which are incompatible one another. Refer to instructions for the concerned devices for details.
You are trying to play a dts CD or DVD.
➡ The player cannot play audio on dts CDs or DVDs unless a digital surround
processor is used (page 42–43).
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Trouble
Sound skips, bad sound
quality (e.g. caused by
noise).
Sound skips due to vibration.
The disc is not ejected.
CD-text is not displayed
normally.
Cause/Step
≥ Disc is dirty.
≥ Disc has scratches.
➡ Clean the disc, referring to the section on “Notes on Disc”. (page 34)
➡ The player may not successfully play back a CD-R/RW that is made
in combination of writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and a disc which are incompatible one another. Refer to instructions
for the concerned devices for details.
Mounting angle is over 30°.
➡ Adjust mounting angle to less than 30°.
Instable mounting.
➡ Mount the player securely with the mounting parts, referring to the
section on installation.
≥ Disc is defective.
≥ Mechanical trouble.
➡ Open the cover and press [<] (eject). If the disc still does not
eject, press the reset switch (page 31).
≥ Disc is dirty.
≥ Disc has scratches.
➡ Clean the disc, referring to the section on “Notes on Disc”. (page 34)
Time is counted but no
sound comes out.
The first track of a mix mode disc was reproduced. (Mix mode is a
format in which data except music is recorded on the first track and
music data is recorded on other than the first track in a session.)
➡ This player does not support mix mode discs. Playback the disc
containing only music data or only MP3 data.
The picture does not
appear on the monitor.
Cables are not correctly connected.
➡ Connect cables correctly.
➡ Check the settings for the monitor itself.
➡ Stop the car and apply the parking brake.
Some operations are not permitted with certain discs.
➡ Refer to the guide provided with your disc.
The buttons do not work.
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Two REMOTE IN connectors are connected.
➡ Do not connect the remote control signal receiver when remote
control signals can be received by the display unit.
Video CD menu playback
does not work.
➡ Video CD menu playback works only when playing a video CD that
has the playback control feature.
The picture becomes distorted while fast forwarding or reversing.
➡ A certain amount of distortion is normal.
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Trouble
No subtitles appear.
Cause/Step
Subtitles must be recorded on the disc, or they will not appear.
➡ Refer to the guide provided with your disc.
It is difficult to hear small
sound. (Dolby digital DVD
software only)
➡ Set “D. Range Compression” to “Minimum”.
The sound volume level is
too low or too high.
➡ Adjust the output level at the menu of “Audio Output Level”.
Cannot switch the audio
language/subtitle language/angle.
The audio/subtitle language selected in the user
settings is not used.
Messages in the menu
screen are not in the
desired language.
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≥ 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 angle is possible only with certain scenes.
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.
➡ Check the setting for “Menu Language” in the user settings.
❐ MP3
Trouble
No playback.
Cause/Step
The disc does not conform to any of the file systems supported by this
player.
➡ Insert a disc that conforms to the file systems (ISO 9660 Level 1,
Level 2, Joliet, Romeo or Apple Extension to ISO 9660).
The “.mp3” file name extension is missing in the MP3 files.
➡ Make sure to add the “.mp3” extension to each MP3 file name.
Poor recording quality,
sound skipping.
➡ The recording quality differs depending on the encoding software
used, and on settings such as the bit rate. Set the bit rate within the
range specified in the specifications chart (page 45).
It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps or more” and “Fixed”.
High-speed writing was executed when MP3 data was recorded on the disc.
➡ Decrease writing speed as low as possible.
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Cause/Step
It takes too long for playback to start.
The folders and files recorded on the disc are layered too much.
➡ As checking of files takes longer in this case, do not record any
unnecessary folders or files other than MP3 on the disc.
Files are not played in
the desired order.
Files or folders are not recorded in the desired playback order.
➡ Some writing software lets you specify the recording order by
adding a prefix in the range of “01”–“99”, etc. to the file name. For
details, refer to the user manual of your writing software.
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Folder/file name is not
displayed correctly.
File playing time is not
displayed correctly.
The disc does not conform to the file systems supported by this player.
➡ Insert a disc that conforms to the file systems (ISO 9660 Level 1,
Level 2, Joliet, Romeo or Apple Extension to ISO 9660).
➡ There may be a problem with your writing software or CD recorder
(CD-R/RW drive). For details, refer to the user manual of your
writing software.
You played a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) format file.
➡ The file playing time of VBR (Variable Bit Rate) format file is sometimes displayed incorrectly.
❐ Remote control unit
Trouble
Cause/Step
Battery polarities are reversed.
➡ Insert the battery correctly.
Buttons are invalid for
operation.
Wrong battery.
➡ Check the battery.
The battery has run down.
➡ Replace the battery.
Remote control unit is facing the wrong direction.
➡ Direct the remote control unit at the remote control signal receiver.
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What to do if the player does not operate no matter which button you
press
Reset switch
Press this switch with a tough pointed object.
≥ The player returns to the power off, and turn the power on
again.
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Caution:
≥ Press this switch when any operation buttons do not work. If
the player does not become restored even after pressing the
switch, contact your nearest Panasonic Servicenter for
service.
Maintenance
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.
Product Servicing
If the suggestions in the charts do not solve the problem, we recommend that you take it to your nearest
authorized Panasonic Servicenter. The product should be serviced only by a qualified technician.
Replacing the Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (5 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or
connecting the product directly without a fuse, could cause fire or damage to the product.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest Panasonic Servicenter for service.
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Notes on MP3
❐ What is MP3?
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MP3 (MPEG audio layer 3) is the compression format of digital audio. It is developed by MPEG (Motion
Picture Experts Group). Using this compression format, you can record the contents of about 10 music CDs
on a single CD media. (This figures refer to data recorded on a 650 MB CD-R or CD-RW at a fixed bit rate of
128 kbps and a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.)
Note:
≥ MP3 encoding and writing software are not supplied with this product.
≥ CD writing software is not supplied with this product.
❐ Points to remember when making MP3 files
≥ High bit rate and high sampling frequency are
recommended for high quality sounds.
≥ Selecting VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is not recommended because playing time is not displayed
properly and sound may be skipped.
≥ The playback sound quality differs depending on
the encoding circumstances. For details, refer to
the user manual of your own encoding software
and writing software.
≥ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps
or more” and “fixed”.
Caution:
≥ Never assign the “.mp3” file name extension to a file that is not in the MP3 format. This may not only
produce noise from the speaker damage, but also damage your hearing.
❐ Display information
∫ Displayed items
CD-TEXT
≥ Title
≥ Track
≥ Artist
MP3
≥ Folder
≥ File
MP3 (ID3 tag)
≥ Album
≥ Title
≥ Artist
∫ Displayable characters
≥ Displayable length of file name/folder name: within 99 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 can be displayed.
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 format files have been encoded, the character information may not be
displayed properly.
≥ Undisplayable characters and symbols will be converted into an asterisk.
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❐ Recording MP3 files on a CD-media
≥ You are recommended to minimize the chances
of making a disc that contains both CD-DA files
and MP3 files.
≥ If CD-DA files are on the same disc as MP3 files,
the songs may not play in the intended order, or
some songs may not play at all.
≥ Do not record files other than MP3 files and
unnecessary folder on a disc.
≥ The name of MP3 file should be added by rules as
shown in the following descriptions and also
comply with the rules of each file system.
≥ You may encounter trouble in playing MP3 files
or displaying the information of MP3 files recorded with certain writing software or CD recorders.
≥ The file extension “.mp3” should be assigned to
each file depending on the file format.
≥ This unit does not have the play list function.
≥ Although Multi-session recording is supported,
the use of Disc-at-Once is recommended.
≥ Packet writing software is not supported.
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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 (CD Extra) is not
supported.
Compression formats (Recommendation: “Points to remember when making MP3 files” on the previous page)
Compression method
Bit rate
VBR
Sampling frequency
MPEG 1 audio layer 3 (MP3)
32 kbpsj320 kbps
Yes
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
MPEG 2 audio layer 3 (MP3)
8 kbpsj160 kbps
Yes
16, 22.05, 24 kHz
❐ Folder selection order/file playback order (example)
Note:
≥ This unit counts the number of folders irrespective
of the presence or absence of MP3 file.
≥ If the selected folder does not contain any MP3
files, the nearest MP3 files in the order of playback
will be played.
≥ Playback order may be different from other MP3
players even if the same disc is used.
≥ “ROOT” appears when displaying the root folder
name.
Maximum number of files/folders:
≥ Maximum number of files/folders: 999 (filesifolders)
≥ Maximum number of files in one folder: 255
≥ Maximum depth of trees: 8
≥ Maximum number of folders: 255 (Root folder is
included.)
1
Root folder (root directory)
2
Folder selection
In the order 1 to
1
[
4
3
3
[
6
File selection
2
[
In the order
[
1
to
[
4
5
6
Tree 1
Tree 2
4
[
Tree 3
.....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.
Above description complies with our investigations
as of September 2003. It has no warranty for reproducibility and displayability of MP3.
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Notes on Disc
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Notes on CD-Rs/RWs
Maintenance
≥ You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW
How to hold the disc
≥ Do not touch the surface of the disc.
≥ Do not scratch the disc.
≥ Do not bend the disc.
≥ When not in use, keep the disc in the case.
discs recorded on CD recorders (CD-R/RW drives),
either due to their recording characteristics or dirt,
fingerprints, scratches, etc. on the disc surface.
≥ CD-R/RW discs are less resistant to high temperatures and high humidity than ordinary music
CDs. Leaving them inside a car for extended periods may damage them and make playback
impossible.
≥ This player may not successfully play back a
CD-R/RW that was made by the combination of
writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and a disc if they are incompatible one another.
≥ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs if the
session is not closed.
≥ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs which
contains other than CD-DA or MP3 data.
≥ Be sure to observe the instructions of CD-R/RW
disc for handling it.
Label side
Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
Do not leave discs on the following places:
≥ Direct sunlight
≥ Near car heaters
≥ Dirty, dusty and damp areas
≥ Seats and dashboards
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center outward.
<Right>
<Wrong>
Do not attach any seals or labels to your discs.
Do not write on the disc label in a heavy pen or
ballpoint pen stroke.
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Language Code List
In “Other” cases (Menu Language, Subtitle Language, Audio Language) (page 22)
1 Input the four digit language
To input the number again:
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2 Finalize the selection (ENTER).
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≥ Setting is finished and the display
returns to “Main Menu”.
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6588
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
7282
Language Name
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Ameharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bengali; Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Code
7285
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
Language Name
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Code
8084
8185
8277
8279
8285
8365
8368
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8479
8482
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Language Name
Portuguese
Quechua
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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Digital audio output connector (Optical)
The digital audio output connector (optical) converts
electrical signals into optical signals and transfers
them to the amplifier. Consequently, it has a number
of features including its immunity from electrical
interference from external sources and its ability to
prevent the generation of noise and its minimal effect
on the external environment.
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a digital sound compression technique
developed by the Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
Supporting 5.1-channel surround sound, as well as
stereo (2-channel) sound, this technique enables a
large quantity of sound data to be efficiently recorded on a disc.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. C
1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights
reserved.
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 Video CDs appears with
black bands running along the top and bottom.
MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group)
MPEG is an international standard format for the
compression of motion video as defined by the
Moving Picture Experts Group, a working
committee which functions under the auspices of
the International Standardization Organization and
International Electrotechnical Commission. The
Group established the MPEG 1 standard in 1991
and the MPEG 2 standard in 1994. MPEG 2 builds
on MPEG 1 with many improvements, and it yields
a higher picture quality level.
Pan & Scan screen
This refers to a screen on which the playback
picture of wide-screen DVDs or Video CDs is cut off
at the left and right sides.
Playback control (Video CD)
If the Video CD has “With Playback Control” or
others written on the disc surface or on the jacket,
the scenes or information to be viewed (or listened
to) can be selected interactively with the screen by
looking at the menu shown on the screen.
In these instructions, playback using the menu
screen is referred to as the “menu play” for video
CDs. This player supports Video CDs with playback
control.
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”.
Title 1
Linear PCM audio (LPCM)
This refers to a signal recording format used in
CDs. While CDs are recorded in 44.1 kHz/16 bit,
DVDs are recorded in 48 kHz/16 bit up to 96 kHz/
24 bit, thus achieving higher quality audio than that
of CDs.
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Track (Video CD/CD)
Video CDs or CDs are divided into some sections
(tracks). Each section is numbered; these numbers
are called “Track number”.
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Title 2
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Track 2
Track 3
Track ……
Installation Guide
WARNING
The installation information is designed for experienced installers and is not
intended for non-technical individuals. It does not contain warnings or cautions of
the potential dangers involved in attempting to install this product.
Any attempt to install this product in a motor car by anyone other than a qualified
installer could cause damage to the electrical system and could result in serious
personal injury or death.
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❐ Installation hardware
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Before you begin installation, look for the items
which are packed with your product.
≥ Warranty Card…Fill this out promptly.
≥ Panasonic Servicenter List for Service Directory
…Keep for future reference in case the product
needs servicing.
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❐ Required tools
You’ll need a screwdriver, and the following:
❐ Overview
This product should be installed by a professional.
However, if you plan to install this product yourself,
your first step is to decide where to install it. The
instructions in these pages will guide you through
the remaining steps:
(Please refer to the “WARNING” statement above.)
≥ Identify and label the car wires.
≥ Connect the car wires to the wires of the power
connector.
≥ Check the operation of the product.
If you encounter problems, please consult your
nearest professional installer.
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❐ Identify all leads
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The first step in installation is to identify all the car
wires you’ll use when hooking up your sound
system.
As you identify each wire, we suggest that you label
it using masking tape and a permanent marker.
This will help avoid confusion when making
connections later.
Note:
≥ Do not connect the power connector to the product
until you have made all connections. If there are no
plastic caps on the stereo hooking wires, insulate all
exposed leads with electrical tape until you are ready
to use them. Identify the leads in the following order.
Power Lead
If your car has a radio or is pre-wired for one:
Cut the connector wires one at a time from the plug
(leaving the leads as long as possible) so that you
can work with individual leads.
If your car has a radio or is pre-wired for one:
With the ignition and headlights off, identify the car
battery lead by grounding one lead of the test bulb
to the chassis and checking the remaining exposed
wires from the cut radio connector plug.
If your car is not wired for an audio unit:
Go to the fuse block and find the fuse port for the
battery which is usually marked BAT.
❐ Connect all leads
Now that you have identified all the wires in the car,
you’re ready to begin connecting them to the DVD
player wires. The wiring diagram (page 40) shows
the proper connections and color coding of the
leads.
We strongly recommend that you test the unit
before making a final installation.
You can set the unit on the floor and make temporary connections to test the unit. Use electrical tape
to cover all exposed wires.
Important:
≥ Connect the red power lead last, after you have
made and insulated all other connections.
Turn the ignition on to the accessory position, and
ground one lead of the test bulb to the chassis.
Touch the other lead of the test bulb to each of the
exposed wires from the cut radio connector plug.
Touch one wire at a time until you find the outlet
that causes the test bulb to light.
Now turn the ignition off and then on. If the bulb
also turns off and on, that outlet is the car power
lead.
If your car is not wired for an audio unit:
Go to the fuse block and find the fuse port for radio
(RADIO), accessory (ACC), or ignition (IGN).
Battery Lead
If your DVD player has a yellow lead, you will need
to locate the car’s battery lead. Otherwise you may
ignore this procedure. (The yellow battery lead
provides continuous power to maintain a clock,
memory storage, or other function.)
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Ground
Connect the black ground lead of the power
connector to the metal car chassis.
Battery
Connect the yellow battery lead to the correct radio
wire or to the battery fuse port on the fuse block.
Power
Connect the red power lead to the correct power
cord according to your system configuration by
referring to the wiring diagram.
If the player functions properly with all these connections made, disconnect the wires and proceed
to the final installation.
❐ Final installation
❐ How to install the product
Lead Connections
Connect all wires, making sure that each
connection is insulated and secure. Bundle all loose
wires and fasten them with tape so they won’t fall
down later.
The diagram below shows an example in which this
product is installed to the floor. Consult a qualified
servicing engineer or your dealer for information on
installing this product to a different location.
Congratulations! After making a few final checks,
you’re ready to enjoy your mobile DVD player.
❐ Final checks
1. Make sure that all wires are properly connected
and insulated.
2. Turn on the ignition to check the unit for proper
operation.
When installing the unit with the L-Shaped
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1 Attach the L-shaped brackets 3 on
both sides of product with the bindinghead screws 2.
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If you have difficulties, consult your nearest authorized
professional installer for assistance.
❐ Preparation
2 4 binding-head screws
(M5k6 mm)
≥ We strongly recommend that you wear gloves
for installation work to protect yourself from
injuries.
2 Install the product with tapping screws 1.
1 4 tapping screws
(5 mm·k16 mm)
≥ Disconnect the cable from the negative - battery
terminal (see caution below).
≥ The product should be installed in a horizontal
position with the front end up at a convenient
angle, but not more than 30o.
Less than 30x
Caution:
≥ Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a car
with a trip or navigational computer since all
user settings stored in memory will be lost.
Instead take extra care with installing the unit to
prevent shorts.
If you plan to attach the product to the floor,
avoid dusty locations.
Caution:
≥ All other installation methods required the
use of dedicated metal fittings. Consult with
a qualified servicing engineer or your dealer
if other methods are required.
≥ When drilling holes in the car, make sure
that you do not damage any pipes or wiring
on the underside of the car.
≥ When installing the product, make sure that
the cord is positioned in a location where it
will not pinched or damaged when the seat
slides forward or backward.
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❐ Wiring diagram
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No.
Examples of system combination:
≥ In-dash monitor/receiver
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≥ Rear seat monitor
(CY-VM5800U, option)
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Power connector
1
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Cord clamp
1
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RCA cord
1
8
Double-sided tape
1
Attaching the remote
control signal receiver
Video (Yellow)
L (White)
R (Red)
8 Double-sided tape
6 Cord clamp
CX-D3000U (rear)
PO
WE
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REMOTE IN
Remote control
signal receiver
≥ When connecting or disconnecting the cord, be absolutely
sure to take hold of the molded part of the plug (and not
the cord itself) and proceed. When connecting the cord,
be sure to push it all the way in.
≥ Do not accidentally connect a radio antenna, etc.
Not used.
DIGITAL OUT
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
4 Power connector
Not used.
VIDEO-CONT
(Green/yellow stripe)
Side brake (parking brake) connection lead
(page 44)
PARKING BRAKE
(Blue/yellow stripe)
≥ Be sure to connect this as a safety measure.
ACC power lead
To ACC power, +12 V DC.
Battery lead
To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC.
ACC
(Red)
BATTERY 5A
(Yellow)
≥ Connect the battery power cord to a connector that
is always supplied with power from the car battery.
Ground lead
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis.
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VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
REMOTE IN
DIGITAL OUT
CX-D3000U (rear)
(Black)
4 Power connector
(page 40)
L (White)
Video
(Yellow)
R (Red)
7 RCA cord
COLOR LCD MONITOR
VM5800
REMOTE- OUT
Video
(Yellow)
L (White)
AUX input cord
R (Red)
L (White)
CQ-DF903U (option)
FRONT
AUX-IN
Preout cord (front)
R (Red)
RCA cord
(option)
Note:
≥ For wiring, carefully read the operating
instructions for the devices connected.
Optical Fiber Cable (CA-LRD60: option)
Notes on handling optical fiber cable:
≥ Do not bend the cable sharply.
≥ Do not allow the cable to be damaged by getting it caught
in the door, placing a heavy object on it, etc.
Operating unit/main unit
connecting cord
CY-AC300
Operating unit
DIGITAL
OUND
SURR
DIGITAL
ESSOR
PROC
R
(Red)
CE
super
VOL
MUTE
1
bright
r
multi-colo
2
& 30W
display
3
power
4
for
amplifier
center
speaker
POSITION
DR COM
E
SPAC
P POSI
L
(White)
DIM
SPC
PWR
FRONT
(Front) REAR
CY-AC300 Main unit
(option)
L
Control unit
R
RCA cord (option) (Red)
(When a two-way
cord is used.)
L
(White)
R
(Red)
L
(White)
L
(White)
CY-M7052
(option)
(Top)
Subwoofer
R
R
Digital input
Analog input
R
L
(Red) (White)
R
(Red)
RCA cord
(option)
RCA cord
(option)
R
L
(Red) (White)
R
(Red)
Power
connector
External amplifier
control lead
CY-M9054
(option)
(Top)
Amplifier control
power cord
(Blue/white stripe)
Subwoofer
L
L
R
Power supply
(Rear)
CENTER
AC300
S
E
L
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AMP-CONT MAX 0.1A
SOUR
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N
G
L
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(Black/green
stripe)
Center speaker
cord
(Black)
Amplifier control
power cord
(Blue/white stripe)
(Connect to AMP-CONT)
Left speaker Right speaker Left speaker Right speaker
(rear)
(rear)
(front)
(front)
Center speaker
EAB-CF2 (option)
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Electrical Connections (continued)
❐ Connecting side brake (parking brake) connection lead
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Caution:
≥ For safety, be sure to ask your nearest professional installer to do this connection.
Side brake (parking brake)
The side brake (parking brake) switch position
varies with the car model.
For details on the exact location of the parking
brake switch in your car, contact your dealer.
Parking brake
switch
Foot brake
Cords connected to
the vehicle.
Side brake (parking brake)
connection lead
Battery
PARKING BRAKE
Brake lamp 5 Clamp connector
Chasiss
(Blue/yellow stripe)
Of the 2 cords emerging from the parking brake switch,
connect the player’s parking brake cord to the one that is
not connected to the vehicle’s chassis while the brake is
in the released state.
Connecting the Clamp Connector 5
≥ Attach the clamp connector to the vehicle cord at a suitable position.
≥ Note that if the cord being clamped onto is too thin (0.3 mm2 or less), the connection may not be
adequate.
1 Push the end of the side brake
2 While making sure that the cords 3 Close the cover until
cord into the hole on the clamp
connector.
Place the vehicle cord into the
groove in the clamp connector.
Vehicle cord
Push the end of the cord
in until it touches this part.
do not slip out of the clamp
connector, press the element
down with a pair of pliers.
it snaps shut.
Element
Cover
Parking brake cord
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Specifications
Supply voltage:
Current consumption:
Signal system:
Discs played:
Audio output level:
Audio signal
output characteristics:
Dimensions (WaHaD):
Weight:
Digital audio output:
Disc
DVD
Video CD
CD
MP3
12 V DC (11 V–16 V), test voltage 14.4 V, negative ground
Less than 1.7 A
NTSC 1.0 Vp-p 75 ≠ RCA pin jack
(1) DVD-Video disc
5z (12 cm) single-sided, single-layer/double-layer
5z (12 cm) double-sided, single-layer/double-layer
3z (8 cm) single-sided, single-layer/double-layer
3z (8 cm) double-sided, single-layer/double-layer
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(2) Compact disc (CD-DA, Video CD, CD-R, CD-RW)
5z (12 cm) disc
3z (8 cm) disc
2.5 Vrms Max. (at 600 ≠ )
(1) Frequency response: 20 Hz–20 kHz (CD)
20 Hz–22 kHz (DVD video 48 kHz sampling)
20 Hz–44 kHz (DVD video 96 kHz sampling)
(2) S/N ratio:
95 dB (IHF, A)
(3) Wow and Flutter:
Below measurable limits
7za115/16za61/8z (178a50a155 mm)
2 lbs. 14 oz (1.3 kg)
Sound recording format
Dolby Digital
DTS†
Linear PCM
(48 kHz 16/20/24 bit)
MPEG 1
Linear PCM
Linear PCM
DTS†
MP3
Optical digital audio output from connector
Dolby Digital bitstream (1–5.1 ch)
DTS bitstream (1–5.1 ch) (The analog portion is not output.)
Linear PCM (2 ch)
(48 kHz sampling/16 bit only)
MPEG 1 bitstream
Linear PCM (2 ch) (44.1 kHz sampling/16 bit)
Linear PCM (2 ch) (44.1 kHz sampling/16 bit)
DTS bitstream (1–5.1 ch) (The analog portion is not output.)
Linear PCM (2 ch) (32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz sampling/16 bit )
†DTS only works with optical outputs.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Above specifications comply with EIA standards.
Note:
≥ Specifications and design are subject to modification, without notice, due to improvements in technology.
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Panasonic Consumer Electronics
Company, Division of Matsushita
Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus,
New Jersey 07094
http://www.panasonic.com
Panasonic Sales Company.
Division of Matsushita Electric of
Puerto Rico, Inc. (“PSC”)
Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park,
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
http://www.panasonic.com
YEFM284068
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 2T3
http://www.panasonic.ca
FT0603-1083
Printed in China
Imprimé en Chine
Impreso en China
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