SKYPINE ELECTRONICS (SHEN ZHEN) V8VCNE8205CL Allin one DVD Player User Manual

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SKYPINE ELECTRONICS (SHEN ZHEN) V8VCNE8205CL Allin one DVD Player User Manual | Manualzz

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Owner’s manual & Installation manual

Mode d’emploi et manuel d’installation

Manual de instrucciones y de instalación

NX501

NZ501

2-DIN DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION WITH

BUILT-IN NAVIGATION & 6.2" TOUCH PANEL CONTROL

STATION MULTIMÉDIA DVD 2-DIN AVEC COMMANDE

ÉCRAN TACTILE DE 6,2 pouces

ESTACIÓN DVD MULTIMEDIA DOBLE DIN CON PANEL

DE CONTROL TÁCTIL DE 6,2 pulgadas

DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION WITH BUILT-IN NAVIGATION &

7" TOUCH PANEL CONTROL

STATION MULTIMÉDIA DVD AVEC COMMANDE

ÉCRAN TACTILE DE 7 pouces

ESTACIÓN DVD MULTIMEDIA CON PANEL DE CONTROL

TÁCTIL DE 7 pulgadas

CLARION PRODUCT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

For USA and Canada only

www.clarion.com

Dear Customer:

Congratulations on your purchase of a Clarion mobile electronic product. We are confident that you’ll enjoy your Clarion experience.

There are many benefits to registering your product. We invite you to visit our website at www.clarion.com to register your Clarion product.

We have made product registration simple with our easy to use website.

The registration form is short and easy to complete. Once you’re registered, we can keep you informed of important product information.

Register at www.clarion.com

- it’s easy to keep your Clarion product up to date.

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Contents

1. FEATURES ·················································································································5

2. PRECAUTIONS··········································································································6

3. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING·······················································································8

Operation Panel ··········································································································8

USB Port ·····················································································································8

Cleaning ······················································································································8

Handling Discs ············································································································9

4. PANEL CONTROLS ·································································································10

NX501 Functions of Buttons·····················································································10

NZ501 Functions of Buttons·····················································································11

5. REMOTE CONTROL································································································13

Functions of Remote Control Buttons ······································································14

6. MAINMENU OPERATIONS ·····················································································16

Front Zone Source ····································································································16

Rear Zone Source ·····································································································16

7. DVD SYSTEM ··········································································································17

DVD Video Features··································································································17

Discs ·························································································································17

About the registered marks, etc. ··············································································18

8. DVD VIDEO PLAYER OPERATIONS·······································································19

Change DVD System Settings ··················································································19

Watching to a disc ····································································································19

Operate the DVD Player menu··················································································20

Operate the Video files Player menu·········································································22

9. DVD AUDIO PLAYER OPERATIONS ······································································24

Showing CD Player mode screen ·············································································24

Operate the CD Player menu ····················································································24

Listening To MP3/WMA ····························································································25

10. USB AUDIO OPERATIONS ···················································································28

Notes on using USB memories·················································································28

Select USB Audio mode ···························································································28

Playing MP3/WMA files in USB memory ··································································29

11. USB VIDEO OPERATIONS····················································································31

Notes on using USB memories·················································································31

Select USB Video mode ···························································································31

Playing video files in USB memory ···········································································31

USB Video Menu Operations····················································································32

12. iPod/iPhone OPERATIONS···················································································33

Notes on using Apple iPod/iPhone ············································································33

Controlling the iPod/iPhone ·······················································································33

Selecting the iPod Video mode··················································································35

13. Bluetooth AUDIO PLAYER OPERATIONS ···························································37

Selecting the Bluetooth Audio mode ········································································37

Bluetooth audio player settings ················································································37

Registering your Bluetooth audio player (Pairing)·····················································37

Selecting the Bluetooth audio player········································································38

Controlling the Bluetooth audio player ·····································································38

14. Bluetooth TELEPHONE OPERATIONS ································································39

Select the BT Phone mode ·······················································································39

Bluetooth Telephone settings ···················································································39

Register your cellular phone (Pairing) ·······································································40

Select the cellular phone ··························································································40

Obtaining the Phone Book data ···············································································41

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Telephone operations································································································41

15. RADIO OPERATIONS ····························································································43

16. HD Radio™ RECEIVER OPERATIONS ·······························································44

17. SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO OPERATIONS ···························································46

18. AUX 1 / AUX 2 OPERATIONS ···············································································48

19. CAMERA IN OPERATIONS ···················································································48

20. REAR SOURCE OPERATIONS ·············································································49

DVD Video in Rear ····································································································49

AUX 1 in Rear············································································································50

AUX 2 in Rear············································································································50 iPod Video in Rear ····································································································50

21. SETTING OPERATIONS ························································································51

General Setup Menu ·································································································51

Video Setup Menu ····································································································51

Audio Setup Menu ····································································································51

22. MONITOR OFF ······································································································52

Navigation Setup Menu ····························································································52

Others Setup Menu···································································································52

23. TROUBLESHOOTING ···························································································53

GENERAL··················································································································53

DVD PLAYER ············································································································53

USB DEVICE ·············································································································54

Bluetooth ··················································································································54

TV/VTR (When connecting an optional TV tuner, etc.)··············································55

24. ERROR DISPLAY···································································································55

25. SPECIFICATIONS ··································································································56

INSTALLATION /WIRE CONNECTION GUIDE···························································58

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1. FEATURES

Double Din 6.2” Touch Panel Control

(NX501)

Motorized 7” Touch Panel Control

(NZ501)

DVD Video/CD-DA/MP3/WMA

Playback Capability

Built-In Bluetooth®

OEM Steering Wheel Remote Ready

Compatible with SIRIUS Satellite Radio

Compatible with iPod® / iPhone® via USB

HD Radio Ready™

Expanding Systems

Expanding audio features

External Power

Amplifier

HD Radio™

Tuner

Expanding visual features

Rear Monitor Rear Vision Camera iPod

Sirius Connect TM

Vehicle Tuner(SCC1)

SIRIUS CONNECT VEHICLE TUNER

USB

Memory iPhone

Bluetooth

Telephone

NOTE:

The unit can receive analog radio, HD Radio (optional) and SIRIUS satellite radio (optional) broadcasts. The items listed outside the frames are the commercial products generally sold.

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2. PRECAUTIONS

WARNING

s&ORYOURSAFETYTHEDRIVERSHOULDNOTWATCHANYVIDEOSOURCESANDOROPERATETHECONTROLSWHILEDRIVING0LEASE note that watching and operating any video sources while driving are prohibited by law in some countries. Also, while driving, keep the volume to a level at which external sounds can be heard.

s7HENUSINGTHENAVIGATIONSYSTEMFOLLOWTHEPRECAUTIONSLISTEDBELOW!FTERREADINGTHISMANUALBESURETO

keep it in a handy place (such as the glove box of your car).

s 4HIS NAVIGATION SYSTEM SHOULD NOT BE USED TO REPLACE YOUR OWN JUDGMENT .O ITINERARY SUGGESTED BY THIS navigation system should ever override any highway regulations, your own judgment, or a knowledge of safe driving practices. Do not follow the navigation system’s suggested itinerary if it would cause you to perform a dangerous or illegal act, place you in a dangerous situation, or take you into an area you consider unsafe.

s4HEADVICEPROVIDEDBYTHENAVIGATIONSYSTEMISTOBEREGARDEDASASUGGESTIONONLY4HEREMAYBETIMESWHEN the navigation system displays the vehicle’s location incorrectly, fails to suggest the shortest route, or fails to direct you to your desired destination. In such instances, rely on your own driving judgment, taking into account the driving conditions at the time.

s$ONOTUSETHENAVIGATIONSYSTEMTOLOCATEEMERGENCYSERVICES4HEDATABASEDOESNOTCONTAINACOMPLETE listing of emergency services such as police stations, fire halls, hospitals and walk-in clinics. Please show discretion and ask for directions in such instances.

s!STHEDRIVERYOUALONEARERESPONSIBLEFORYOURDRIVINGSAFETY

s)NORDERTOAVOIDATRAFlCACCIDENTDONOTOPERATETHESYSTEMWHILEDRIVING s)NORDERTOAVOIDATRAFlCACCIDENTOPERATETHESYSTEMONLYWHENTHEVEHICLEISSTOPPEDATASAFEPLACEAND the parking brake is on.

s )N ORDER TO AVOID A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT OR TRAFFIC OFFENSE REMEMBER THAT ACTUAL ROAD CONDITIONS AND TRAFFIC regulations take precedence over the information contained on the navigation system.

s 4HE SOFTWARE MAY CONTAIN INACCURATE OR INCOMPLETE INFORMATION DUE TO THE PASSAGE OF TIME CHANGING circumstances, and the sources of information used. Please respect current traffic conditions and regulations at all times while driving.

s7HEREACTUALROADCONDITIONSANDHIGHWAYREGULATIONSDIFFERFROMTHEINFORMATIONCONTAINEDONTHENAVIGATION system, abide by the highway regulations.

s+EEPTHEAMOUNTOFTIMESPENTVIEWINGTHESCREENWHILEDRIVINGTOASTRICTMINIMUM s 4HE NAVIGATION SYSTEM DOES NOT PROVIDE NOR REPRESENT IN ANY WAY INFORMATION ON TRAFFIC AND HIGHWAY regulations; technical aspects of the vehicle including weight, height, width, load and speed limits; road conditions including grade, percentage of incline and surface conditions; obstacles such as the height and width of bridges and tunnels; and other current driving or road conditions. Always rely on your own judgment when driving a car, taking into account current driving conditions.

s$ONOTDISASSEMBLEORMODIFYTHISUNIT)TMAYCAUSEANACCIDENTlREORELECTRICSHOCK s$ONOTUSETHISUNITWHENATROUBLEEXISTSSUCHASNOSCREENCONTENTAPPEARSORNOSOUNDISAUDIBLE)TMAY cause an accident, fire, or electric shock. For that case, consult your authorized dealer or a nearest Clarion service center.

s)NCASEOFAPROBLEMSUCHASANYMATERIALHASBEENENTEREDINTHEUNITTHEUNITGETSWETORSMOKEORSTRANGE smells come out of the unit, etc., stop using this unit immediately, and consult your authorized dealer or a nearest Clarion service center.

Using it in that condition may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock.

s5SEAFUSEWITHTHESAMESPECIlCATIONONLYWHENREPLACINGTHEFUSE

Using a fuse with a different specification may causes a fire.

s&ORTHEINSTALLATIONOFTHISUNITORACHANGEINTHEINSTALLATIONASKYOURAUTHORIZEDDEALERORANEAREST#LARION service center for safety. Professional skills and experiences are required to do so.

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1.When the inside of the car is very cold and the player is used soon after switching on the heater, moisture may form on the disc (DVD/

CD) or the optical parts of the player and proper playback may not be possible. If moisture forms on the disc (DVD/CD), wipe it off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on the optical parts of the player, do not use the player for about one hour. The condensation will disappear naturally allowing normal operation.

2.Driving on extremely bumpy roads which cause severe vibration may cause the sound to skip.

3.This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even in the event that trouble arises, never open the case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate the rotating parts.

4.This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of

20 centimeters between the radiator and your body.

INFORMATION FOR USERS:

CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO

THIS PRODUCT NOT APPROVED

B Y T H E M A N U FA C T U R E R W I L L V O I D

THE WARRANTY AND WILL VIOLATE FCC

APPROVAL.

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt

RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two

conditions:

(1) this device may not cause interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference

that may cause undesired operation of the device.

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3. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING

Operation Panel

For a longer service life, be sure to read the following cautions.

s 4HE OPERATION PANEL WILL OPERATE PROPERLY IN A temperature range of 0˚ to 60˚ C.

s $O NOT ALLOW ANY LIQUIDS ON THE SET FROM DRINKS umbrellas etc. Doing so may damage the internal circuitry.

s $O NOT DISASSEMBLE OR MODIFY THE SET IN ANY WAY

Doing so may result in damage.

s3UBJECTINGTHEOPERATIONPANELTOSHOCKSMAYRESULT in breakage, deformation or other damage.

s$ONOTLETCIGARETTESBURNTHEDISPLAY s)FAPROBLEMSHOULDOCCURHAVETHESETINSPECTEDAT your store of purchase.

s$ONOTINSERTOBJECTSORPOKEINTHESPACEBETWEEN the operation panel and the main unit when the panel is tilted.

s4HEREMOTECONTROLUNITMAYNOTWORKIFTHEREMOTE control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight.

s )N EXTREMELY COLD WEATHER THE DISPLAY MOVEMENT may slow down and the display may darken, but this is not a malfunction. The display will work normally when the e temperature increases.

s3MALLBLACKANDSHINYSPOTSINSIDETHELIQUIDCRYSTAL panel are normal for LCD products.

USB Port

s4HE53"MEMORYSTICKMAYSTICKOUTWHENINSERTED so it may cause danger during driving. In such cases, you can use a commercial USB extension cable, etc., but use it safely under your own judgment.

s4HE53"MEMORYSTICKSMUSTBERECOGNIZEDASh53" mass storage class” to work properly. Some models may not operate correctly.

When the memorized data is lost or damaged by any chance, Clarion shall not be liable for any damage.

When using an USB memory stick, we recommend that you backup your data stored on it before by using a personal computer etc.

s$ATAlLESMAYBEBROKENWHENUSING53"MEMORY sticks in the following situation:

When disconnecting the USB memory stick or turning the power off during writing or reading data.

When affected by static electricity or electric noise.

Connect/disconnect the USB memory stick when it is not accessed.

s3OME53"MEMORYSTICKSCANNOTBEINSERTEDTOTHE main unit because of their shape. In such cases, use a commercial USB extension cable to connect them.

s#ONNECTINGWITHTHECOMPUTERISNOTCOVERED s -USIC FILES -0 7-! ETC STORED IN THE 53" memory stick can be played back.

Cleaning

s#LEANINGTHECABINET

Use a soft, dry cloth and gently wipe off the dirt. For tough dirt, apply some neutral detergent diluted in water to a soft cloth, wipe off the dirt gently, then wipe again with a dry cloth.

Do not use benzene, thinner, car cleaner, etc., as these substances may damage the cabinet or cause the paint to peel. Also, leaving rubber or plastic products in contact with the cabinet for long periods of time may cause stains.

s#LEANINGTHELIQUIDCRYSTALPANEL

The liquid crystal panel tends to collect dust, so wipe it off occasionally with a soft cloth. The surface is easily scratched, so do not rub it with hard objects.

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Handling Discs

Handling s .EW DISCS MAY HAVE SOME ROUGHNESS AROUND THE edges. If such discs are used, the player may not work or the sound may skip. Use a ball-point pen or the like to remove any roughness from the edge of the disc.

Ball-point pen

Roughness s.EVERSTICKLABELSONTHESURFACEOFTHEDISCORMARK

the surface with a pencil or pen.

s.EVERPLAYADISCWITHANYCELLOPHANETAPEOROTHER

glue on it or with peeling off marks. If you try to play such a disc, you may not be able to get it back out of the DVD player or it may damage the DVD player.

s $O NOT USE DISCS THAT HAVE LARGE SCRATCHES ARE misshapen, cracked, etc. Use of such discs may cause misoperation or damage.

s4OREMOVEADISCFROMITSSTORAGECASEPRESSDOWN on the center of the case and lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.

s $O NOT USE COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE DISC PROTECTION sheets or discs equipped with stabilizers, etc. These may damage the disc or cause breakdown of the internal mechanism.

Storage s $O NOT EXPOSE DISCS TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR ANY HEAT source.

s$ONOTEXPOSEDISCSTOEXCESSHUMIDITYORDUST s$ONOTEXPOSEDISCSTODIRECTHEATFROMHEATERS

Cleaning s4OREMOVElNGERMARKSANDDUSTUSEASOFTCLOTHAND wipe in a straight line from the center of the disc to the circumference.

s $O NOT USE ANY SOLVENTS SUCH AS COMMERCIALLY available cleaners, anti-static spray, or thinner to clean discs.

s!FTERUSINGSPECIALDISCCLEANERLETTHEDISCDRYOFF

well before playing it.

On Discs s%XERCISEAGOODPRECAUTIONWHENLOADINGADISC4HE operation panel will close automatically when leaving it open for a while.

s .EVER TURN OFF THE POWER AND REMOVE THE UNIT FROM the car with a disc loaded.

CAUTION

For your safety, the driver should not insert or eject a disc, opening the operation panel while driving.

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4. PANEL CONTROLS

NX501 Functions of Buttons

[Microphone]

[MENU]

[NAVI/AV]

[PWR/VOL]

[IR]

[RESET]

[microSD]

[AUX IN]

[ ]

Note: Be sure to read this chapter while referring to front diagram “PANEL CONTROLS”.

[PWR/VOL] +NOB s0RESSTHISKEYTOPOWERONTHESYSTEMINPOWEROFF mode.

s+EEPPRESSINGTHISKEYMORETHANSECONDTOTURN off the system when system is in power on mode.

s2OTATETHEKNOBTOINCREASEORDECREASETHEVOLUME

[NAVI/AV] Button s 0RESS THIS BUTTON TO ENTER NAVIGATION MODE PRESS again to return current source. s0RESSANDHOLDTHISBUTTONFORSECONDSTODISPLAY the brightness setting panel.

[RESET] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOHARDWARERESETTHEUNIT

Note: When the [RESET] button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared.

[microSD] s)NSERTAMICRO3$INTHIS

Note: The microSD card is only for navigation. Please don’t remove it, otherwise, the navigation function will be disabled.

[AUX IN]

AUX 1 Connector.

[Microphone] s)NTERNALMICROPHONEFORUSEDURING"LUETOOTH phone calls. Sensitivity can be adjusted from the Settings menu.

[IR] SENSOR s2ECEIVERFORTHEREMOTECONTROLUNITOPERATING range: 30 degree in all directions).

[ ] Eject s0RESSTOEJECTDISCFROMUNIT

[MENU] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTODISPLAYMAINMENUPRESSAGAIN to return current source.

s0RESSANDHOLDTHISBUTTONFORSECONDSTOTURNOFF the monitor. Press any place of the screen to turn on the monitor again.

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NZ501 Functions of Buttons

[microSD]

[OPEN]

[ISR/SEND]

[ ]

[ / ]

[-]

[+]

[ IR ]

;"!.$%.$03=

[NAVI/AV]

[

[

[Microphone]

[RESET]

[AUX IN]

]

]

[ MENU/PWR ]

Note: Be sure to read this chapter while referring to front diagram “PANEL CONTROLS”.

[MENU/PWR] +EY s0RESSTHISKEYTOPOWERONTHESYSTEMINPOWEROFF mode.

s+EEPPRESSINGTHISKEYMORETHANSECONDTOTURN off the system when system is in power on mode.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONTODISPLAYMAINMENUPRESSAGAIN to return current source when system is in power on mode.

[NAVI/AV] Button s 0RESS THIS BUTTON TO ENTER NAVIGATION MODE PRESS again to return current source. s0RESSANDHOLDTHISBUTTONFORSECONDSTODISPLAY the brightness setting panel.

[ ] Eject s0RESSTOEJECTDISCFROMUNIT

[Microphone] s)NTERNALMICROPHONEFORUSEDURING"LUETOOTH phone calls. Sensitivity can be adjusted from the Settings menu.

[RESET] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOHARDWARERESETTHEUNIT

Note: When the [RESET] button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared.

[microSD] s)NSERTAMICRO3$INTHIS

Note: The microSD card is only for navigation. Please don’t remove it, otherwise, the navigation function will be disabled.

[AUX IN]

AUX 1 Connector.

[ , ] Buttons s0RESSTOSEARCHPREVIOUSORNEXTSTATIONORCHANNELIN

Tuner, SIRIUS radio modes.

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s0RESSTOSEARCHPREVIOUSORNEXTTRACKORCHAPTERIN

CD, MP3/WMA, iPod and DVD video modes.

s0RESSANDHOLDTOFASTFORWARDORFASTBACKWARDBY

×2,×4,×8,×16 step in CD, MP3 /WMA and DVD video mode.

s0RESSANDHOLDTOFASTFORWARDORFASTBACKWARDIN iPod music.

s0RESSANDHOLDTOENTERMANUALSEEKSTATUSIN4UNER and SIRIUS radio mode, then press briefly to seek station by step.

[ ] Button s0RESSTOPLAYPAUSEORSCANAUDIOORVIDEO s0RESSSHORTLYTOSCAN s0RESSANDHOLDONETIME!UDIOORVIDEOlLEWILLBE

paused, if then press briefly, file will be resumed to play.

[+][-] Buttons s0RESSTO)NCREASEANDDECREASEVOLUME

[OPEN] Button s5SETHISBUTTONTOOPENCLOSE4&4PANEL

[MENU/PWR ] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTODISPLAYMAINMENUPRESSAGAIN to return current source.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOTURNONTHEPOWER s+EEPPRESSINGTHISKNOBMORETHANSECONDTOTURN off the power

[BAND/END PS] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOENTER!-&-TUNERMODEFROM any source.

s /NCE IN !-&- TUNER MODE YOU CAN PRESS IT TO change bands between FM1, FM2, FM3, AM bands.

s0RESSTOSTOP0RESET3CAN

[ISR/SEND] Button

)32&UNCTION

When in tuner mode, press and hold this button for

3 seconds to save current station and band to ISR memory, and at the same time, the tuner will enter ISR mode with current station.

Note:

In ISR mode, the tuning operation is disabled. Press this button again to quit ISR mode.

When in the other mode but not tuner mode, press this key will go to ISR memory station directly, it likes a shortcut. Press this key again to go back to previous mode.

3%.$&UNCTION

Only be available when there is a coming call. Press this key to accept the coming call or end a call.

[IR] SENSOR s2ECEIVERFORTHEREMOTECONTROLUNITOPERATING range: 30 degree in all directions).

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5. REMOTE CONTROL

Signal transmitter

Operating rang : 30°in all directions

[MUTE]

[ / ]

[OPEN]

[POWER / SRC]

[ 0-9 ]

[SRCH]

[BACK]

[

[ , , , ]

[TITLE]

], [ ]

[ZOOM]

[AUDIO]

[VOLUME]

[NAV/ AV]

[BAND]

[SEL]

[MENU]

[PIC]

[ENT]

[TAG]

[

[RPT]

[ROOT]

], [ ]

[SUB.T]

[ANGLE]

2EPLACINGTHEBATTERIES

1.Press the retention tab and pull out the

battery tray and remove the old battery.

2. Insert the new CR2025 battery and slide

the battery tray back in the remote control

the same direction that you removed it.

Please ensure the tray is inserted in the

correct direction.

.OTE

Using batteries improperly can cause them to explode. Take note of the following points: s 7HEN REPLACING BATTERIES REPLACE BOTH BATTERIES with new ones.

s$ONOTSHORTCIRCUITDISASSEMBLEORHEATBATTERIES s$ONOTDISPOSEOFBATTERIESINTOlREORmAMES s$ISPOSEOFSPENTBATTERIESPROPERLY

WARNING

!LKALINE#2 BATTERIESCONTAIN

0ERCHLORATE

$ISPOSEOFDISCHARGEDBATTERIESPROPERLY

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Functions of Remote Control Buttons

You can use the remote control unit to control the NX501 and NZ501.

Note: s4HEWIRELESSREMOTECONTROLOPERATIONMAYNOTBEOPTIMALINDIRECTSUNLIGHT

[ / ] Button [MENU] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOPLAYORPAUSEVIDEOANDAUDIO media.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONMORETHANSECONDTOSTOPVIDEO and audio media.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOENTERTHE-!).-%.5ORRETURN

current resource.

[PIC] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOCHANGEYOURMONITORBRIGHTNESS

[MUTE] Button s-UTEOR5NMUTETHESPEAKER s 4HE SYMBOL on upper right area of the screen indicates that speaker is muted.

[ENT] Button s0RESSTOlXTHEENTEREDDATAINTHE+EY0ADSCREEN or enter the item the cursor is on.

[POWER/SRC] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOMOVETHEFOCUSTONEXTAVAILABLE source item on main menu.

[TAG] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTORECORD4!'IN($2ADIOMODE

[TITLE] Button s0RESSTOGOTOTHETITLEMENUONTHE$6$ s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOPOWERONWHENTHEUNITISPOWER off.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONMORETHANSECONDTOPOWEROFF when the unit is power on.

[ROOT] Button s0RESSTOGOTOTHEROOTMENUONTHE$6$

[0 - 9] Buttons s 5SE IN THE +EY 0AD SCREEN TO SELECT THE RADIO OR

Satellite Radio.

s5SETOSELECTTHETRACKINTHETRACKLISTSCREEN

[RPT] Button s0RESSTOPERFORMCHAPTERREPEATTITLEREPEATREPEAT off while playing DVD mode.

s0RESSTOPERFORMTRACKREPEATREPEATOFFWHILEPLAYING

CD.

s0RESSTOENTER$6$VIDEOCHAPTERSTITLESINTHE+EY

Pad screen.

[VOLUME] Buttons s)NCREASEANDDECREASEVOLUME

[NAVI/AV] Button s0RESSTOPERFORMREPEATTRACKREPEATFOLDERREPEAT off while playing MP3/WMA, or video files on disc.

s0RESSTOPERFORMREPEATTRACKREPEATFOLDERREPEAT off while playing MP3/WMA, or video files in USB memory.

s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOSWITCHBETWEENCURRENTSOURCE and current position on navigation map.

[SRCH] Button

[ ], [ ] Buttons s 0RESS TO SEEK THE NEXT AVAILABLE HIGHER OR LOWER station in Tuner mode. s 0RESS THIS BUTTON TO OPEN CHAPTER OR TITLE SEARCH window while playing DVD.

[BAND] button s3WITCHTONEXTBANDALTERNATELY s )N 3)2)53 2ADIO MODE YOU WILL SCROLL THROUGH THE categories.

s 0RESS TO SELECT THE NEXT HIGHER OR LOWER CHAPTER number in DVD video mode.

[SET] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOOPENTHE!UDIOSETTINGMENUIN

any mode.

s0RESSTOSELECTTHENEXTHIGHERORLOWERTRACKIN$6$

Audio, USB Video, USB Audio mode.

s 0RESS FOR MOVEMENT OF BACKGROUND SOURCE IN

Navigation mode.

[BACK] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTOQUITMAINMENUIFCURRENTSCREEN is main menu.

[ ], [ ] Buttons s 0RESS TO MANUALLY SELECT THE NEXT HIGHER OR LOWER station in Tuner and Satellite Radio modes.

[ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] Buttons s0RESSTHISBUTTONFORCURSORMOVEMENTINMAINMENU or Setting mode.

s &ROM THE MAIN MENU YOU CAN SELECT YOUR DESIRED source or change your settings.

s 0RESS TO PERFORM FASTFORWARD OR FASTBACKWARD searching. Press again to change the speed to 2x,

4x, 8x or 16x.

s 0RESS FOR MOVEMENT OF BACKGROUND SOURCE IN

Navigation mode.

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Functions of Remote Control Buttons

[ZOOM] Button s0RESSTOTURNONANDZOOMINWHILEPLAYING$6$9OU can zoom in up to 3x. (No all DVD disc supports this function) .

[AUDIO] Button s0RESSTOSWITCHTHE!5$)/CHANNELOFTHEDISCWHILE playing DVD.

[SUB-T] Button s0RESSTOSWITCHNEXTAVAILABLESUBTITLEWHILEPLAYING

DVD.

s0RESSTODISPLAY6IDEOMENUINI0ODMODE

[ANGLE] Button s 0RESS TO SWITCH THE DIFFERENT !.',% WHILE PLAYING

DVD. (No all DVD disc supports this function) s0RESSTODISPLAY!UDIOMENUINI0ODMODE

[OPEN] Button s0RESSTHISBUTTONTO/0%.OR#,/3%THEMOTORIZED screen. Please ensure there are no obstructions before starting the operation.(NZ501 only)

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6. MAINMENU OPERATIONS

Front Zone Source

[Tuner] -Press the button to display the Tuner mode.

[Disc Audio] -Press the button to display the Disc

Audio mode.

[SIRIUS] -Press the button to display the SIRIUS mode.

[USB Audio] -Press the button to display the USB

Audio mode.

[Bluetooth Audio] -Press the button to display the

Bluetooth Audio mode.

[iPod Audio] -Press the button to display the iPod

Audio mode.

[ N a v i g a t i o n ] - P re s s t h e b u t t o n t o d i s p l a y t h e

Navigation mode.

[Telephone] -Press the button to display the Telephone mode.

[Rear Button] -Press the button to display the rear menu.

[Setting Button] -Press the button to display the setting menu.

Rear Zone Source

[AUX 1] - Press the button to display the AUX 1 mode.

[Disc Video] -Press the button to display the Disc

Video mode.

[AUX 2] -Press the button to display the AUX 2 mode.

[USB Video] -Press the button to display the USB

Video mode.

[Camera] -Press the button to display the Camera mode.

[iPod Video] -Press the button to display the iPod

Video mode.

[Rear Disc Video] -Press the button to display the

Rear Disc Audio mode.

[Rear AUX 1] -Press the button to display the Rear

AUX 1 mode

[Rear iPod Video] -Press the button to display the

Rear iPod Video mode.

[Rear AUX 2] -Press the button to display the rear AUX

2 mode.

[2-Zone Off] -Press the button to closed the rear activity.

[Front Button] -Press the button to display the front main menu.

[Setting Button] -Press the button to display the setting menu.

Scrolling the menu

Press screen and scrolling to right or left it will switch to next or previous page of mainmenu.

Moving the menu position

1. Press any quadrate icon on mainmen more than 2 seconds, the icon will float on mainmenu.

2. Scrolling the floating icon to any position you want,

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7. DVD SYSTEM

DVD video is a high-quality digital video source that provides crisp and clear images. One 12 cm disc contains either one film or four hours of music.

DVD Video Features

This unit provides the following functions in addition to the high image quality and sound quality of DVD video.

Note: s4HEFUNCTIONSDESCRIBEDINTHISSECTIONFOREXAMPLE the recorded language,subtitles, angles, etc. differ depending on the DVD video disc.

Refer to the instructions provided with the DVD video.

s 3OME DISC FUNCTIONS MAY OPERATE DIFFERENTLY FROM described in this manual.

Multi-sound function

DVD video can store up to 8 languages for one film; select the language of your preference.

s4HELANGUAGESSTOREDONTHEDISCAREINDICATEDBY the icon shown below.

playback.

Menu screens

Menu can be called up during DVD video playback to perform menu setting.

s%XAMPLESHOWINGMENUDISPLAY

Discs

Playable discs

This DVD video player can play the following discs.

Multi-angle function

A DVD video that is filmed from multiple angles allows you to select the angle of choice.

s4HENUMBEROFRECORDEDANGLESAREINDICATEDBYTHE icon shown below.

Playable discs

DVD video discs Audio CDs CD TEXT

Playable media files

Subpicture (subtitles) function

A DVD video can record subtitles for up to 32 languages and you can select the language of the subtitles you wish to see.

s 4HE NUMBER OF RECORDED SUBTITLE LANGUAGES ARE indicated by the icon shown below.

Multi-story function

When a DVD video contains more than one story for a film, you can select the story you wish to enjoy.

The operation procedures vary with the disc; observe the instructions for selecting a story provided during

MP3/WMA

About CD Extra discs

A CD Extra disc is a disc in which a total of two sessions have been recorded. The first session is

Audio session and the second session is Data session.

Your personally-created CDs with more than second data sessions recorded cannot be played on this DVD video player.

Note: s7HENYOUPLAYA#$%XTRADISCONLYTHElRSTSESSION will be recognized.

About playing a CD-R/CD-RW disc (MP3, WMA)

This player can play CD-R/CD-RW discs previously recorded in music CD format (MP3, WMA).

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About playing a DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW disc

This player cannot play DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/ RW discs previously recorded in video CD format.

However, MP3/WMA files recorded on DVD-R/ RW and

DVD+R/RW discs can be played.

Discs that cannot be played back

This DVD video player cannot play back DVD-Audio,

DVD-RAM, Photo CDs, etc.

Note: s)TMAYALSONOTBEPOSSIBLETOPLAYBACK#$S recorded on a CD-R unit and CD-RW unit. (Cause: disc characteristics, cracks, dust/dirt, dust/dirt on player’s lens, etc.) s)FA#$2OR#$27DISCTHATHASNOTBEENlNALIZED is played, it will take a long time to start playing.

Also, it may not be possible to play depending on its recording conditions.

s 9OU CANNOT PLAY 3UPER!UDIO #$S 0LAYBACK OF THE

CD player is not supported even if it is a hybrid disc.

About MP3/WMA playback

This unit can play back CD-R/CD-RW, DVD-R/ RW and DVD+R/RW discs on which MP3/WMA music data have been recorded.

For a detailed information, see the section entitled h,ISTENINGTO-07-!v

Note on region numbers

The DVD video system assigns a region number to

DVD video players and DVD discs by sales area. DVD video players sold in the United States can play back

$6$ DISCS WITH THE REGION NUMBER h ALL v h 1 ” or any

COMBINATIONOFNUMBERSTHATALSOINCORPORATEAh 1 ”.

The DVD video region number is marked on the disc jacket as shown below.

ALL 1

1

4

6

About the registered marks, etc.

s 4HIS 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 Rovi

Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized b y R o v i C o r p o r a t i o n . R e v e r s e e n g i n e e r i n g o r disassembly is prohibited.

s - A N U F A C T U R E D U N D E R L I C E N S E F R O M $ O L B Y

,ABORATORIESh$OLBYv h0RO ,OGICv AND THE DOUBLE$ symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

s h-ADE FOR I0ODv AND h-ADE FOR I0HONEv MEAN that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.

s !PPLE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION OF THIS device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance. iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

s ($ 2ADIO TM , HD Radio Ready TM , and the HD Radio

Ready logo are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity

Digital Corporation.

This HD Radio Ready receiver is ready to receive HD

Radio broadcasts when connected to the THD400, sold separately.

s4HE"LUETOOTH ® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth ® SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Clarion Co.,Ltd. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. s3)2)53THE3)2)53$OGLOGOANDRELATEDMARKSARE trademarks of SIRIUS XM Radio, Inc.

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8. DVD VIDEO PLAYER OPERATIONS

Change DVD System Settings

Note: If the set up operation is performed in the middle of DVD video play, the disc will restart from the beginning.

Selecting DVD Set Up Menu

1. Press the [Setting] button on the Main Menu to access the Video set up menu.

2. Press [Video] button. The video menu is displayed.

)NPUTTHEOLDPASSWORDANDTOUCHTHE;/+=KEYORINPUT

"4356" to reset password.

Setting up the Screen Size

Press the [DVD Wide Screen Mode] button to turn on or turn off the DVD wide screen mode.

4HEFACTORYDEFAULTSETTINGISh/Nv

Note: Not all DVD disc supports this function.

DVD Wide Screen Mode On

DVD Wide Screen Mode Off

Input a new password,and touch the [OK] key.

Input the same new password again,and touch the

[OK] key.

Note: When a disc with view restrictions is inserted, you will be prompted to input this password. The disc will not be viewable until the correct password is entered.

Set rating for parental level control

1. Select Others screen while in Setting mode. Press

;0ARENTAL#ONTROL=BUTTON0RESSTHEDESIREDRATINGFOR level control. Use this table to set the parental level.

+ID3AFE

G

PG

PG-13

PG-R

R

NC-17

+ID3AFE

General Audiences

Parental Guidance Suggested

Parents Strongly Cautioned

Parental Guidance Restricted

Restricted

No One 17 And Under Admitted

Adult Only Adult s 4HE CONTENTS THAT THE PARENTAL LEVEL RESTRICTS VARY with the country code.

Note: The rating can be selected only under the password unlocked status, and the limits can be set only under the password locked status.

Watching to a disc

1. To load a disc:

Insert the disc into the center of the insertion slot the label side facing up.

Setting up the password for parental level control

4HEFACTORYDEFAULTPASSCODEIShv

1. In Main Menu press [Setting] button. Press [Others] button on the display. Touch the [Set Password] ---- and a numerical key pad will appear.

Note: s Never insert foreign objects into the disc insertion slot.

s)FTHEDISCISNOTINSERTEDEASILYTHEREMAYBEANOTHER disc in the mechanism or the unit may require service.

sCMSINGLEPLAY DISCSCANNOTBEUSED

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2. Disc starts playing automatically.

12 13

1 - Next page Buttons

14 15 16

2 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button

17

3 - Play/Pause Button

4 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button

5- Elapsed playing time

6- Seek bar

7- Total time

8- Top Menu Button

9- System time

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10- Bluetooth status

11- DVD playback info

12- Previous page Button

13- Repeat switching Button

14- Audio Channel switching Button

15- Subtitle switching Button

16- INFO Button

17- Direct chapter or title searching Button

Ejecting a disc

1. To eject a disc press eject [ ] button. The play mode then switches to the Tuner mode.

If the disc is left in the ejected position for 15 seconds, the disc is automatically reloaded. In this case, the play mode will remain in the Tuner mode.

Note: If you force a disc into before auto reloading, it may damage a disc.

Showing DVD Player mode screen

After disc is loaded, the play mode is automatically engaged.

Touch any place of the screen to display DVD Video menu touch the screen again to return the playback screen. The display will return to the playback screen, if you do not touch the screen for 10 seconds.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Operate the DVD Player menu

You can select the button items displayed in the DVD menu by directly touching it.

Play/Pause Playback

1. Touch [

2. Touch [

=BUTTONTOPAUSEDURINGPLAYBACK

=BUTTONAGAINTORESUMEPLAYBACK

Skip (Search) a Chapter

1. Press [ =OR; =BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK

Chapters are skipped down or up from current locations, as many times as the button is pressed, and playback starts.

Skip use seek bar

Press the triangle [ =ONSEEKBARANDDRAGITTOANY position where you want to start playback.

Fast Forward/Fast Backward

1. Press [ =OR; =BUTTONANDHOLDSECONDSTOSTART fast backward or fast forward during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase to 4x,

8x, and 16x. Release the button will continue playing with normal speed.

2. [ ] or [ ] button on remote control can also be used to start fast backward or fast forward during playback.

Note: s No audio is reproduced during fast forward and fast backward operation.

s The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ depending on the disc.

Stop Playback

1. Press the [ =BUTTONONREMOTECONTROLMORETHAN second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [ ] button.

Playback resumes from start of the disc.

Search with a Chapter/Title Number

You can locate the beginning of a scene using the chapter numbers or title numbers recorded on the DVD

Video disc.

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1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch [ =BUTTON

4HE +EY 0AD SCREEN APPEARS WITH THE CHAPTER4ITLE number input mode.

Touching [ = BUTTON TURNS THE +EY 0AD TO THE chapter number input mode.

Touching [ =BUTTONTURNSTHE+EY0ADTOTHETITLE number input mode. s4ITLE

A large segment to divide the data area of the disc.

s#HAPTER

A small segment to divide the data area of the disc.

2. Input the number of the title/chapter that you want

TOPLAYWITHTHE;=TO;=KEY

3. Touch the [ =BUTTON

Playback starts from the scene of the input title number or chapter number.

NOTE:

If the input title/chapter number does not exist or searching with a title/chapter number is not allowed, the screen image will not change.

4. Touch [ =BUTTONTOCLOSETHEKEYPAD

Repeat Playback

This operation plays back chapters recorded on the

DVD-Video repeatedly.

1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch [

3. Press [ playback.

=BUTTON

2. Touch [ =BUTTONONCEFOR#HAPTER2EPEATAGAIN for Title Repeat.

= BUTTON AGAIN TO TURN OFF THE REPEAT

Using the Title Menu

On DVD discs containing two or more titles, you can select from the title menu for playback.

1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch [ =BUTTON during playback.

The title menu screen appears.

*Depending on the disc, the title menu may not be called.

2. Touch the title menu screen.

3. Select the items in the title menu screen by directional buttons.

*Depending on the disc, items may not be selected with the directional buttons.

4. Touch [ =BUTTONTOlXONTHESELECTEDITEM

5. Touch [ =BUTTON

Switching Audio

On discs in which two or more audios or audio languages have been recorded, you can switch among the audio languages during playback.

1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch [ during playback.

=BUTTON s %ACH TIME YOU TOUCH THE BUTTON YOU CAN SWITCH among audio languages.

s)TMAYTAKETIMETOSWITCHAMONGAUDIOS

(

* Depending on the disc, up to 8 kinds of audios may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc:

Indicates that 8 audios have been recorded).

* When the power is turned on and when the disc is changed to a new one, the language set as the factory default is selected. If that language has not been recorded on disc the language is specified on the disc.

* Depending on the disc, switching may be completely impossible or impossible on some scenes.

Switching Subtitles

On DVD discs in with two or more subtitle languages have been recorded, you can switch among the subtitle languages during playback.

1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch [ =BUTTON to select a subtitle during playback. Each time you touch the key, you can switch among subtitles.

s)TMAYTAKETIMETOSWITCHAMONGSUBTITLES

* Depending on the disc, up to 32 kinds of subtitles may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc: ( Indicates that 8 kinds of subtitles have been recorded).

* Depending on the disc, switching may be completely impossible or impossible on some scenes.

=BUTTON 2. To turn off subtitles, repeat touching [ until subtitles are turned off.

Switching angles

On DVD discs in with video images have been recorded in two or more angles, you can switch among the angles during playback.

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4OUCH ;!NGLE= KEY ON THE REMOTE CONTROL DURING playback. Each time you touch the key, you can switch among angles.

s It may take time to switch among angles.

s Depending on the disc, up to 9 angles may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc: (

Indicates multi-angle).

s Depending on the disc, angles may switch smoothly or switch with a momentary still image.

s Depending on the disc, switching may be completely impossible or impossible on some scenes.

s Depending on the disc, scenes recorded in two or more angles may be played back.

Displaying the playback status

Touch [ = BUTTON ON $6$ 0LAYER MODE SCREEN

Playback status is displayed on screen.

Play disc video files

This system can play video files (AVI/MP4, etc) stored on disc.

Showing video files Player mode screen

1. After disc with video files is loaded, touch [DVD

6IDEO= BUTTON ON -!). -%.5 TO SHOW VIDEO FILES player mode screen.

2. Touch the screen of the playing video file to display

Video files player menu touch the screen again to return the playback screen. The display will return to the playback screen, if you do not touch the screen for

10 seconds.

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1 - Next page Button

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2 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button

3 - Play/Pause Button

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4 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button

5- Elapsed playing time /Seek bar

6- List Mode Button

7- System time

8- Bluetooth status

9- Playback info

10- Previous Row Buttons

11- Repeat Button

12- Audio Button

13- Subtitle Button

Operate the Video files Player menu

You can select the button items displayed in the Video files player menu by directly touching it.

Play/Pause Playback

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOPAUSEDURINGPLAYBACK

2. Touch [ =BUTTONAGAINTORESUMEPLAYBACK

Switch to Previous/next file

1. Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON DURING PLAYBACK TO PLAY previous /next file

Skip using seek bar

Press the triangle on seek bar and drag it to any position where you want to start playback.

Fast Forward /Fast Backward

1. Press [ =OR; =BUTTONANDHOLDSECONDSTOSTART fast backward or fast forward during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase to 4x,

8x, and 16x. Release the button will continue playback with normal speed.

2. [ ] or [ ] button on remote control can also be used to start fast backward or fast forward during playback.

Note: s No audio is reproduced during fast forward and fast backward operation.

s The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ depending on the disc.

Stop Playback

1. Press the [ ] button on remote control more than 1 second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [ ] button.

Playback resumes from start of the folder which playing track is in.

Repeat Playback

This operation plays back video files recorded on the disc repeatedly.

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* The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat Folder.

1. Showing the video files player menu, touch [ button.

=

2. Touch[

Repeat Track.

3. Press [

=BUTTONONCEFOR2EPEATOFFAGAINFOR

=BUTTONAGAINFOR2EPEAT&OLDER

Switching Audio

Some video files will have two or more audio channels; you can switch among the audio channels during playback.

1. Touch [ =BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK s %ACH TIME YOU TOUCH THE BUTTON YOU CAN SWITCH among audio languages.

s)TMAYTAKETIMETOSWITCHAMONGAUDIOS

Depending on the disc, switching may be impossible.

Switching Subtitles

Some video files will have two or more subtitles have been recorded; you can switch among these subtitles during playback.

1. Touch the [ playback.

=BUTTONTOSELECTASUBTITLEDURING s%ACHTIMEYOUTOUCHTHEKEYYOUCANSWITCHAMONG subtitles.

s)TMAYTAKETIMETOSWITCHAMONGSUBTITLES

*Depending on the disc, switching may be impossible.

Video files list

Showing the Video files player menu; touch the [

=BUTTONTODISPLAYVIDEOlLESLISTSCREEN

Video files list operations is almost same as Disc

Audio player mode. Please refer to DVD Audio Player

Operations.

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Listening to a disc/Ejecting a disc

Please refer to Disc Video Player Operations -watching to a disc and Ejecting a disc.

Showing CD Player mode screen

1. After disc is loaded, the play mode is automatically engaged.

2. If disc have been loaded you can touch Disc Audio button on main menu to display CD player mode screen.

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1 -Open option menu Button

2- Elapsed playing time indicator

3- Rotation effect

4- Audio files or CD tracks.

5- System time

6- Bluetooth status

7- Play back status

8- Previous Track /Fast Backward Button

9- Repeat Button

10- Play/Pause Button

11- Shuffle Button

12- Next Track/Fast Forward Button

13- Direct Searching Button

14- Scan Start/Stop Button

15- Rotation Effect On/Off Button

16 - Song Title

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17 - Artist Information

18 - Album Information

19 - Close option menu Button

Operate the CD Player menu

You can select the button items displayed in the CD player menu by directly touching it in list.

Play/Pause Playback

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOPAUSEDURINGPLAYBACK

2. Touch [ =BUTTONAGAINTORESUMEPLAYBACK

Switch to Previous/next file or track

Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON DURING PLAYBACK TO PLAY previous /next file.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the next track.

s0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the current track. When this button is pressed again within 5 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of previous track.

Fast Forward /Fast Backward

1. Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON AND HOLD MORE THAN seconds to start fast backward or fast forward during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 1 6x .Release the button will continue playback with normal speed.

2. [ ] or [ ] button on remote control can also be used to start fast backward or fast forward during playback.

Note: s No audio is reproduced during fast forward and fast backward operation.

s The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ depending on the disc.

Stop Playback

1. Press the [ ] button on remote control more than 1 second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [

Playback resumes from start of disc.

] button.

Repeat Playback

The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat Track.

Touch the [ = BUTTON ONCE FOR 2EPEAT OFF AGAIN FOR

Repeat Track.

Shuffle Playback

1. Touch [ = BUTTON TO SHUFFLE THE TRACKS DURING playback.

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2. Touch this button again to turn off the feature.

Selecting a track on the Track List Screen

This function allows you to select tracks from a displayed list.

1. Touch the track title on the display list. The selected track will start playing.

2. When the desired track is not displayed, press and flick the track list up or down.

3. Touch the desired track title key. The corresponding track is started playback.

Scanning the Tracks

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOSHOW;3CAN

2. Touch [Scan

=BUTTON

=BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK s)TWILLPLAYFROMNEXTTRACKANDEACHTRACKWILLDISPLAY for 10 seconds.

s 4HE ;3CAN button.

= BUTTON WILL SWITCH TO ;3CAN =

3. Touch [Scan =BUTTON s)TWILLCONTINUEPLAYBACKFROMCURRENTTRACK s;3CAN =BUTTONWILLSWITCHTO;3CAN =BUTTON

*The function will scan all tracks orderly in current folder once. After Scan stopped playback will continue.

Searching with the Track Number

This operation allows searching using the track numbers recorded on the CDs.

1. Touch [ ="UTTONTOSHOW; =BUTTON

1. Touch [ = BUTTON 4HE NUMERICAL KEYPAD WILL appear on the screen.

2. Input the track number that you want to play back with [0] to [9] key.

Playback starts from the track of the input track number.

s)FTHEINPUTTRACKNUMBERDOESNOTEXISTORSEARCHING with track number is not allowed, the screen image will not change.

s 4OUCH THE ; keypad.

= BUTTON WILL CLOSE THE NUMERICAL s4OUCH; ="UTTONWILLCLOSETHEOPTIONWINDOWAND display playback screen.

Rotation Effect On/Off

This operation allows turn on/turn off rotation effect.

* The factory default is On.

1. Touch [ ="UTTONTOSHOW;2OTATIONEFFECT=BUTTON

2. Press button [ =WILLTURNONTHE2OTATIONEFFECT

3. Press button [ =WILLTURNOFFTHE2OTATIONEFFECT

Listening To MP3/WMA

This unit is an ID3 Tag compatible model.

This unit supports the ID3 TAGs of the Version 2.4, 2.3,

1.1 and 1.0.

In displaying, this unit gives priority to the Version 2.3 and 2.4 TAGs.

What is MP3/WMA?

MP3 is an audio compression method and classified into audio layer 3 of MPEG standards.

WMA is an audio compression method developed by

Microsoft Corporation.

These audio compression methods have penetrated into PC users and become a standard format.

These features compress the original audio data to about 10 percent of its initial size with a high sound quality. This means that about 10 music CDs can be recorded on a CD-R disc or CD-RW disc to allow a long listening time without having to change CDs.

Note: Some CDs recorded on CD-R/RW mode may not be usable.

Displaying MP3/WMA TAG titles

Tag information such as title, artist and album title can be displayed for MP3/WMA file containing Tag information.

Precautions when creating MP3 disc s&ILEEXTENSIONS

!LWAYS ADD A FILE EXTENSION h-0v OR hMPv TO

AN-0lLEANDh7-!vORhWMAvTOA7-!lLEBY

using single byte letters. If you add a file extension other than specified or forget to add these file extension, the file cannot be played. In addition, if you use upper case and lower case letters (capital and small letters) mixed for file extensions, normal play may not be possible.

2. Files other than MP3/WMA data cannot be played.

Playing files with a format not supported will be skipped, and the scan, random and repeat playback mode may be canceled.

s&ILEAND$ISC.OT3UPPORTED

Files and discs with following extensions are not supported: *.AAC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, *.MP3 PRO

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files, files with DRM, open session discs.

s,OGICALFORMAT&ILESYSTEM

1. When writing an MP3/WMA file on a disc, please

SELECT h)3/ LEVEL OR LEVEL WITHOUT INCLUDING expansion format)” as the writing software format.

Normal playback may not be possible if the disc is recorded on another format.

2. The folder name and file name can be displayed as the title during MP3/WMA play but the title must be within 31 single byte alphabetical letters and numerals for the folder name and file name (including an extension). Entering more letters or numerals than specified may cause an incorrect display.

s%NTERING&ILEAND&OLDER.AMES

Names using the code list characters are the only file names and folder names that can be entered and displayed. Using any other character will cause the file and folder names to be displayed incorrectly.

s%LECTRONIC3HOCK0ROTECTION

10 seconds for CD-DA (CDA)

45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1 kHz, 128 kbps

90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1 kHz, 128 kbps s&OLDERSTRUCTURE

1. A disc with a folder having more than 8 hierarchical levels will conflict with the ISO9660 and playback will be impossible.

s.UMBEROFlLESORFOLDERS

1. The maximum allowable number of folders is 255

(including root directory); the maximum allowable number of files is 512 (max. 255 per folder). This represents the maximum number of tracks that can be played back.

2. Tracks are played in the order that they were recorded onto a disc. (Tracks might not always be played in the order displayed on the PC).

s 3OME NOISE MAY OCCUR DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF encoder software used while recording.

s )N CASE OF A TRACK RECORDED AT 6"2 VARIABLE BIT rate), the display for the play time of the track may be slightly different from the actual play time. Also, the recommended value of VBR ranges from 32 kbps to

320 kbps.

s!FTERDISCSELECTIONTHEPLAYMODEISAUTOMATICALLY

engaged.

Playing MP3 folders

When selected for play, files and folders (Folder

Search, File Search or Folder Select) are accessed in the order in which they were written to the media.

As a result, the order in which they are expected to be played may not match the order in which they are actually played.

You may be able to set the order in which MP3/WMA files are to be played by assigning file names beginning

WITHPLAYSEQUENCENUMBERSSUCHAShvTOhv

For example, a medium with the following folder/ file hierarchy is subject to Folder Search, File Search or

Folder Select.

See the diagram below.

The player will only recognize three folder levels and does not display folders containing other folders. In the example above, the unit will display folders 2,3, 5 and 7, but 1 and 6 since they do not contain others.

Playback MP3/WMA menu

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1. Repeat Playback

While playing MP3/WMA touch button can switch between Repeat Track Repeat Folder and Repeat Off.

2. Folder

Touch the folder title on the display list, the file list will display files and folders in selected folder.

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3. Current Folder s3HOWINGTITLEOFCURRENTFOLDER s4HENUMBERONTHEFOLDERSYMBOLISTHENUMBEROF files and folders number in current folder.

s 4OUCH THE TITLE OF CURRENT FOLDER PLAY LIST WILL SHOW files and folders in upper folder.

Stop Playback

1. Press the [ ] button on remote control more than 1 second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [ ] button.

Playback resumes from start of the folder which playing track is in.

Other operations about playing MP3/WMA are almost same as CD Player mode.

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10. USB AUDIO OPERATIONS

This system can play audio files (MP3/WMA) stored in

AN 53" MEMORY WHICH IS RECOGNIZED AS h53" -ASS

Storage Class device”. You can use your USB memory as an audio device by simply copying desired audio files into it.

Note: s4HISSYSTEMWILLNOTOPERATEORMAYOPERATEIMPROPERLY with some USB memory.

s&ILESPROTECTEDWITHANY$2-CANNOTBEPLAYED

Notes on using USB memories

'ENERALNOTES s7HENNOSUPPORTlLESTHElLELISTDISPLAYNOTHING

.OTESONTHE-07-!lLES

s4HISSYSTEMCANPLAYTHE-07-!lLESSTOREDIN

the USB memory.

s3ETTHE3AMPLING&REQUENCYTO

For MP3 files: s-0%',AYERORK(Z s-0%',AYERORK(Z s-0%',AYERORK(Z

For WMA files: 32, 44.1, or 48 kHz s3ETTHE"IT2ATETO

For MP3 files: s-0%',AYERTOKBPS6"2 s-0%',AYERTOKBPS6"2 s-0%',AYERTOKBPS6"2

For WMA files: 32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, or 192 kbps s !DD THE FOLLOWING FILE EXTENSION USING SINGLE BYTE characters: s&OR-0lLESh-0vORhMPv s&OR7-!lLESh7-!vORh7MAv

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s 4HE FOLDER HIERARCHY MUST BE WITHIN HIERARCHICAL levels. Otherwise, playback may be impossible.

s 4HE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NUMBER OF FOLDERS IS

(including root directory and folders with no MP3/

WMA file).

s4HEMAXIMUMALLOWABLENUMBEROFlLESINAFOLDERIS

255.

s9OUCANSTORETHE-0lLES7-!lLESTOGETHERINA

folder.

s4HESYSTEMMAYBECOMESLOWIFTHElLESORFOLDERS exceed the limitation above.

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The limitations on the Tag titles are same as those in

DVD Audio Player mode.

Select USB Audio mode

Connect your USB memory with MP3/WMA files to the

USB connector. The system will automatically detect

THECONNECTEDDEVICEANDTHE;53"!UDIO=BUTTONON main menu will be enabled. s7HENAN53"MEMORYISALREADYCONNECTED

4OUCH ;53" !UDIO= BUTTON TO SELECT THE 53" !UDIO

mode.

The system changes to the USB Audio mode and starts playback from the previous position or from the beginning.

NOTE:

I f y o u r e c o n n e c t t h e s a m e d e v i c e t h a t y o u disconnected last, the system will play back where it left off.

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1 -Open option menu Button

2- Play/Pause Button

3- Repeat Button

4- Shuffle Button

5- Next Track/Fast Forward Button

6- MP3/WMA files in list

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7- Folders in list

8- Folders browse control

9- Playback status info

10- Album Art

11-Current ID3 info area

12- Elapsed playing time indicator/Seek bar

13- Previous Track /Fast Backward Button

14- Direct Button

15- Scan Button

16- Close option menu Button

Playing MP3/WMA files in USB memory

Play/Pause Playback

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOPAUSEDURINGPLAYBACK

2. Touch [ =BUTTONAGAINTORESUMEPLAYBACK

Switch to Previous/next file

Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON DURING PLAYBACK TO PLAY previous /next file.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the next track.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the current track; when this button is pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of previous track.

Fast Forward /Fast Backward

1. Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON AND HOLD MORE THAN seconds to start fast backward or fast forward during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 1 6x .Release the button will continue playback with normal speed.

2. [ ] or [ ] button on remote control can also be used to start fast backward or fast forward during playback.

Note: s No audio is reproduced during fast forward and fast backward operation.

s The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ depending on the audio files.

Stop Playback

1. Press the [ =BUTTONONREMOTECONTROLMORETHAN second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [ ] button.

Playback resumes from start of the folder which playing track is in.

Repeat Playback

* The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat Folder.

Touch the [ =BUTTONONCEFOR2EPEAT4RACKAGAINFOR

Repeat Folder.

Note: The repeat in all USB files function is not available.

Shuffle Playback

1. Touch [ = BUTTON TO SHUFFLE THE TRACKS IN PLAYING folder during playback.

2. Touch this button again to turn off the feature.

Album Art work

If current audio file contains album art image in ID3, the picture will be displayed in this area.

ID3 info area

This area display ID3 info of playing file: song title, artist information, album information, number of current file/total number in current folder, elapsed playing time/total time of current file.

Skip use seek bar

Press on seek bar and drag it to any position where you want to start playback.

Select a folder on display list

Touch the folder title on the display list, the display list will display files and folders in selected folder.

Selecting a track on the display List

This function allows you to select tracks from a displayed list.

1. Touch the track title on the display list. The selected track will start playing.

2. When the desired track is not displayed, press and flick the track list up or down.

3. Touch the desired track title key. The corresponding track is started playback.

Folders browse control

Show the title of previous folder.

Show the title of current folder.

Show the title of next folder.

This area is same as the mouse touch panel of notebook computer. Flick up and down in this area will browse previous or next folder in current folder. Flick left or right will enter this folder or back to the father folder.

Scanning the Tracks

1. Touch [ ="UTTONTOSHOW;3CAN

2. Touch [Scan

=BUTTON

=BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK

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s)TWILLPLAYFROMNEXTTRACKANDEACHTRACKWILLDISPLAY for 10s.

s 4HE ;3CAN button.

= BUTTON WILL SWITCH TO ;3CAN =

3. Touch [Scan =BUTTON s)TWILLCONTINUEPLAYBACKFROMCURRENTTRACK s;3CAN =BUTTONWILLSWITCHTO;3CAN =BUTTON

*The function will scan all tracks orderly in current folder once .After Scan stopped playback will continue.

Playback starts from the track of the input track number.

s)FTHEINPUTTRACKNUMBERDOESNOTEXISTORSEARCHING with a track number is not allowed, the screen image will not change.

s4OUCH; =BUTTONWILLCLOSETHENUMERICALKEYPAD s4OUCH; ="UTTONWILLCLOSETHEOPTIONWINDOWAND display playback screen.

Searching with the Track Number

This operation allows searching using the track numbers in playing folder.

1. Touch [ ="UTTONTOSHOW; =BUTTON

1. Touch [ = BUTTON 4HE NUMERICAL KEYPAD WILL appear on the screen.

2. Input the track number that you want to play back

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11. USB VIDEO OPERATIONS

This system can play USB video files (MP4,3GP, etc)

STOREDINAN53"MEMORYWHICHISRECOGNIZEDASh53"

Mass Storage Class device” You can use your USB memory as an audio device by simply copying desired audio files into it.

Note: s This system will not operate or may operate improperly with some USB memory.

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Notes on using USB memories

'ENERALNOTES

When no support files, the file list display nothing.

.OTESONTHEFOLDERSTRUCTURE

The limitations on the folder structure are same as those in USB Audio Player mode.

.OTESONTHE4AGTITLES

The limitations on the Tag titles are same as those in

DVD Audio Player mode.

Select USB Video mode

Connect your USB memory with video files to the USB connector. The system will automatically detect the

CONNECTEDDEVICEANDTHE;53"6IDEO=BUTTONONMAIN menu will be enabled. s7HENAN53"MEMORYISALREADYCONNECTED

Touch [USB Video] button on main menu to select the

USB Video mode.

The system changes to the USB Video mode and starts playback from the previous position or from the beginning.

NOTE: If you reconnect the same device that you disconnected last, the system will play back where it left off.

Playing video files in USB memory

If the video is playing, touch the screen of the playing video to display Operation buttons.

* The display will return to the playback screen, if you do not touch the screen for 10 seconds.

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1-Previous Track Button

2- Play/Pause Button

3- Next Track Button

4-Elapsed playing time indicator/Seek bar

5-Menu Button (Go to list menu mode)

6- Repeat Button

7- System time

8- Bluetooth status

9- Playback info

Play/Pause Playback

2. Touch [ =BUTTONTO0AUSEPLAYBACK

3. Touch [ =BUTTONTORESUMEPLAYBACK

Switch to Previous/next file

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Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON DURING PLAYBACK TO PLAY previous /next file.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the next track.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the current track; when this button is pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of previous track.

Repeat Playback

* The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat Folder.

Touch the [ for Repeat Folder.

=BUTTONONCEFOR2EPEAT4RACKAGAIN

Note: The repeat in all USB files function is not available.

Skip use seek bar

Press the on seek bar and drag it to any position where you want to start playback.

Switch to USB Video Menu

Press [ =BUTTONPLAYBACKWILLBEPAUSEDANDTHE screen will switch to USB Video Menu.

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USB Video Menu Operations

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1 -Open option menu button

2- Play/Pause Button

3- Repeat Button

4- Shuffle Button

5- Next Track/Fast Forward Button

6- Video files in list

7- Folders in list

8- Folders area

9- Playback status info

10- Album Art

11- Current file info area

12- Elapsed playing time indicator/Seek bar

13- Previous Track /Fast Backward Button

14- Direct Button

15- Scan Button

16 - Close option menu button

Play/Pause Playback

*On USB Video menu screen, playback status is pause.

Touch [ =BUTTONTORESUMEPLAYBACK4HESCREENWILL go to video screen automatically.

Switch to Previous/next file

Press [ = OR ; = BUTTON DURING PLAYBACK TO PLAY previous /next file.

s 0RESSING ; = BUTTON STARTS PLAYBACK FROM THE beginning of the next track.

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Stop Playback

1. Press the [ =BUTTONONREMOTECONTROLMORETHAN second. Playback is stopped.

2. To resume playback, press the [ =BUTTON

Playback resumes from the first valid media file of the folder.

Repeat Playback

* The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat Folder.

Touch the [ =BUTTONONCEFOR2EPEAT4RACKAGAINFOR

Repeat Folder.

Shuffle Playback

1. Touch [ = BUTTON TO SHUFFLE THE TRACKS IN PLAYING folder during playback.

2. Touch this button again to turn off the feature.

Current file info area

This area displays info of current video file: file name, number of current file/total number in current folder,

Elapsed playing time/total time of current file.

Skip use seek bar

Press on seek bar and drag it to any position where you want to start playback.

Select a folder on display list

This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.

Selecting a track on the display List

This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.

Folders area

This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.

Scanning the Tracks

This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.

Searching with the Track Number

This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.

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12. iPod/iPhone OPERATIONS

iPod /iPhone can be connected by the special connector cable (CCA-748) separately sold.

Note: s4HISSYSTEMWILLNOTOPERATEORMAYOPERATEIMPROPERLY with unsupported versions.

s &OR DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE PLAYABLE I0ODI0HONE models, see our home page: www.clarion.com

Notes on using Apple iPod/iPhone

s $O NOT CONNECT AN I0ODI0HONE TO THIS UNIT WITH A headphone connected to the iPod/ iPhone.

s !FTER THE I0ODI0HONE HAS BEEN CONNECTED TO THIS unit, the iPod’s buttons are disabled for operation in the Music mode. In the Video mode, do not operate the iPod’s buttons.

s 7HEN IN THE I0OD MODE A SPECIAL I0ODI0HONE control screen is displayed different from the main screens for other modes.

s7HENINTHEI0ODMODETHESCREENIMAGEINPUTFROM the AUX terminal is output to the rear monitor.

s7HENNODATAISPRESENTTHETITLEDISPLAYWILLREMAIN blank.

s4HEI0ODI0HONEISUSEDWITHTHEEQUALIZERFUNCTION turned OFF.

s 3ET THE I0ODI0HONES LANGUAGE SETTING TO %NGLISH before connecting your iPod/iPhone. Some characters of the other languages may not be displayed correctly in this system.

Precautions on battery consumption:

If the iPod/iPhone is connected to this unit when the iPod/iPhone’s internal battery has run down, this function may not operate correctly. You must connect the iPod/iPhone after charging the battery if it has run down.

Selecting the iPod Audio mode

Connect your iPod/iPhone to the USB connector via

CCA-748 cable. The system will automatically detect the connected device and the iPod Audio button will be enabled for operation on the Main Menu screen.

The playback starts after a while, from where the iPod/ iPhone has been paused.

s7HENI0ODI0HONEISALREADYCONNECTED

Touch the [ = KEY ON THE -AIN -ENU SCREEN 4HE system changes to the iPod mode, and starts playback from the previous position.

Press Menu button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

Controlling the iPod/iPhone

iPod audio mode screen

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1.[ =3ETTINGS"UTTON

Displays the Options screen. You can specify play modes and other settings from this screen.

2.[

3.[

=0REVIOUS4RACK"UTTON

=2EPEAT"UTTON

Use to repeat the selected track.

[

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Press once to start a single track repeat. Press again to activate a repeat all. To turn repeat off, press same button again. Repeat symbols are displayed in the info window in the upper left area of the screen.

=!LLREPEAT

=4RACKREPEAT

[ =2EPEATOFF

4.[ =0LAY0AUSE"UTTON

Use to control playback and pause.

(1). Touch the key during playback. Playback pauses.

(2). To resume playback touch the key again.

5.[ =3HUFmE"UTTON

Use to switch the shuffle mode on or off. When enabled, this function performs playback of tracks in random order, regardless of the order in which they are recorded.

[ =3HUFmE/FF

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[ =3ONG3HUFmE

6.[ =.EXT4RACK"UTTON

7.ID3 Information

Touch the area of the ID3 Information to display the current play list.

Touch the [ display.

= ICON CAN RETURN TO )$ INFORMATION

8.Next Page[ =0REVIOUS0AGE; ="UTTON

9.Category List

Select different category songs to play. The category is same as the iPod/iPhone.

10.[ =3YSTEM4IMEDISPLAY

11.Bluetooth Status

12.MUTE Status

13.Playback Status

14.Art Work

15.Progress bar iPod audio settings mode screen

18

18.Display iPod/iPhone’s video.

Follow operation steps to display iPod/iPhone’s video in Simple Control Mode.

s#ONNECTTHEI0ODTO53"CONNECTORVIA##!

cable.

s3ELECTI0OD!UDIOMODE

s0RESSTHE; =BUTTONONI0ODAUDIOMODESCREEN to display Settings page.

s3ETTHE3IMPLE#ONTROLTOh/Nv s0RESS button.

s3ETI0OD6IDEOSETTINGS46/UTTOh/.vINI0OD

s.OWPLAYVIDEOFROMI0OD

sI0ODSVIDEOWILLDISPLAYONTHESCREEN

16

17

16.Simple Control:

If the Simple Control is set to [ =4HESCREENWILL become to Simple Control Mode. It can also display the iPod/iPhone’s video regardless it is iPod Audio or

I0OD 6IDEO MODE "UT ONLY h0REVIOUS 4RACKv h0LAY

0AUSEvANDh.EXT4RACKvCANBEOPERATED2EFERTO

17.[ =#LOSETHE3ETTINGS0AGE

19 20 21 22 23 24

19.[ =0REVIOUSlLES

20.[ =0LAYOR0AUSEVIDEO

21.[ =.EXTlLES

22.Progress bar

4HEh0ROGRESSBARvISNOTAVAILABLEONTHISSCREEN

23.[ =-ENU

Press the Menu button can display the Simple

Control Mode.

24.[ =2EPEAT

4HEh2EPEATv"UTTONCANTOPERATEONTHISSCREEN

Skipping a track (Simple Control Mode)

Press the [ =OR; =BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK4RACKS are skipped, as many times as the button is pressed, and playback starts.

s0RESSINGTHE; =BUTTONSTARTSPLAYBACKFROMTHE

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beginning of the next track.

s0RESSINGTHE; =BUTTONSTARTSPLAYBACKFROMTHE beginning of the current track.

When this button is pressed again within about 2 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of the previous track.

Note: )N3IMPLE#ONTROL-ODETHEBESTWAYISTOCONTROL the iPod just on iPod.

Selecting a list item from a list screen

(1). Touch the list screen and flick up or down to scroll the list.

(2). Touch a desired list item on the screen to display the corresponding list of tracks.

(3). Touch the desired track name on the list to play it.

iPod audio List mode screen

25 26 s7HENANI0ODI0HONEISALREADYCONNECTED

Touch the [ = KEY ON THE -AIN -ENU SCREEN 4HE system changes to the iPod Video mode, and starts playback from the previous position.

Press Menu button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

s6IEWINGVIDEODATAINTHEI0ODI0HONEONLYFORTHE

I0ODI0HONEWITHVIDEOFEATURES

When you connect an iPod/iPhone with video features by using the optional CCA-748 cable, you can enjoy the video data and slide show data stored in the iPod/ iPhone and show them on the display of this unit (and the rear monitor if connected).

sI0OD6IDEO)$MODESCREEN

27

25.Return to the Previous Level Folder

[ =)FTHELISTISINROOTPRESSTHEBUTTONCANCLOSE the list.

26.[ =#LOSEDTHE,IST

27.Search with the first alphabet in current list.

Selecting the iPod Video mode

Connect your iPod/iPhone to the USB connector via

CCA-748 cable. The system will automatically detect the connected device and the iPod Video button will be enabled for operation on the Main Menu screen.

Press [ =BUTTONTODISPLAYI0OD6IDEOPLAYMODE screen.

I0OD6IDEO,ISTMODESCREEN

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sI0OD6IDEO3ETTINGSMODESCREEN sI0OD6IDEO3IMPLE#ONTROL-ODE3CREEN sI0OD6IDEOPLAYMODESCREEN

1 2

3 4

1. iPod Video Title.

2. Elapsed playing time.

3. [ =-ENU

Press the Menu button can display the iPod Video mode screen.

4. [ =2EPEAT"UTTON

Use to repeat the selected track.

Press once to start a single track repeat. Press again to activate a repeat all. To turn repeat off, press same button again. Repeat symbols are displayed in the info window in the upper left area of the screen.

In iPod Video mode screen, there are three repeat icons :

[ =2EPEAT!LL

[ =2EPEAT4RACK

[ =2EPEATOFF

Note:

The operation keys in iPod video mode are as same as

I0OD!UDIOMODE0LEASEREFERTOTHEI0OD!UDIO-ODE operation key.

Note:

Video playback is not available on all iPod/ iPhone devices. Please contact your Clarion dealer for details.

An optional connection cable or accessory may be required for this feature.

Note: s h!5$)/ /.,9v IS DISPLAYED WHEN THE AUTOMOBILE IS moving.

s)MAGEDATAMAYNOTBEPLAYEDBACKACCORDINGTOTHE status of the iPod/iPhone s4HEVOLUMESETTINGOFVIDEODATAISRELATIVELYLOWERTHAN audio data. Be sure to lower the volume setting before switching to the other mode.

s$ONOTSELECTTHECATEGORIESWITHNOTRACKREGISTERED from the iPod menu screen. The iPod/iPhone may be frozen. If the iPod/iPhone is frozen, reset the iPod/iPhone by following the procedure described in the instruction manual of the iPod/iPhone.

s ! U D I O M A Y B E P L A Y E D B A C K S L I G H T L Y O U T O F synchronization with video images.

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13. Bluetooth AUDIO PLAYER OPERATIONS

Some Bluetooth cellular phones have audio features, a n d s o m e p o r t a b l e a u d i o p l a y e r s s u p p o r t t h e

Bluetooth feature. These devices will be called as h"LUETOOTHAUDIOPLAYERSvINTHISMANUAL4HISSYSTEM can play audio data stored in a Bluetooth audio player.

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s4HISSYSTEMWILLNOTOPERATEORMAYOPERATEIMPROPERLY with some Bluetooth audio players.

s &OR DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE PLAYABLE "LUETOOTH audio players, see our home page: www.clarion.com

Selecting the Bluetooth Audio mode

1. Press Menu button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

2. Touch the [Bluetooth Audio] key to select the

Bluetooth Audio mode.

The system changes to the Bluetooth mode. If the connection with a Bluetooth audio player has been already established, you may select the Music function.

s7HENTHECONNECTIONWITHA"LUETOOTHAUDIOPLAYER has been established, the [ =ICONISDISPLAYEDATTHE top of the screen.

If you want to change the Pin Code setting of this unit, perform the following steps.

s4HEFACTORYDEFAULTSETTINGIShv

3. Touch the text box of the Pin Code item to display

THE4EN+EY0ADSCREEN

4. Enter your desired 4-digit PIN number, and then touch the [ =KEY

Note:

-)#'AINISDISABLEDIN"LUETOOTH!UDIOMODESETTINGS

Registering your Bluetooth audio player

(Pairing)

You can register up to 5 Bluetooth audio players.

1. Turn on the power of the Bluetooth audio player you wish to register.

2. Touch the Device key [ = TO DISPLAY THE $EVICE

Select screen.

Bluetooth audio player settings

#ONlRMING"LUETOOTH)NFORMATIONANDSETTING0ASS+EY

You can confirm various information concerning about the Bluetooth Interface features.

1. Touch the [ =KEYTODISPLAYTHEINFORMATIONONTHE screen.

2 . W h e n y o u f i n i s h c o n f i r m i n g t h e B l u e t o o t h information, touch the [ = KEY TO RETURN TO THE previous screen.

3. Touch the [ = KEY TO DISPLAY THE )NQUIRING $EVICE screen.

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3. Touch the desired Device key you wish to use.

Press [ = KEY TO SELECT IT AS YOUR ACTIVE DEVICE

The corresponding cellular phone is set as current telephone.

s)FTHEPOWEROFTHECELLULARPHONEISNOTTURNEDON turn it on.

s4HECELLULARPHONEMAYPROMPTTOACKNOWLEDGETHE

"LUETOOTH CONNECTION OR ASK TO ENTER THE 0ASS +EY code of this unit.

Perform these operations according to the message displayed.

4. Touch the [ screen.

= KEY TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS

4. Touch your desired Device and press the[ key to register for the Bluetooth audio player..

=

)FENTERINGTHE0ASS+EYCODEISPROMPTEDONYOUR

"LUETOOTHAUDIOPLAYERENTERTHE0ASS+EYCODESET to this unit.

s 9OU CAN CHANGE THE 0ASS KEY SETTING OF THIS UNIT from the BT Info screen.

s9OUALSOCANADDTHEFAVORITEICONTOTHECONNECTED device. There are 10 favorite icons for selection.

When the pairing operation completes, the registered

Bluetooth audio player is set as the current device, after selecting the favorite icon, the display return to the device list screen. Press [ =BUTTONTHEDISPLAY will return to the Bluetooth audio mode screen.

Note: s9OUCANNOTREGISTERTHESAME"LUETOOTHAUDIOPLAYER which is already registered.. If you wish to change the

Device key registered, once delete the corresponding

Bluetooth audio player from the previous Device key, and then register it again to your desired Device key.

s4ODELETETHE"LUETOOTHAUDIOPLAYERREGISTRATION

1. Touch the [ =KEYTODELETETHEDEVICE

A confirmation screen is displayed.

2. Touch the [ =KEYTOCONlRMDELETE

Controlling the Bluetooth audio player

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s /CCASIONALLY DEPENDING ON THE ENVIRONMENT playback sounds may be fragmented, or switch noises may be generated.

Playing a music

After the connection with a Bluetooth audio player is established, the play mode is automatically engaged.

s 7HEN PLAYBACK IS NOT STARTED FOR SOME DEVICES touch the [ =KEYMANUALLY

Pausing playback

1. Touch the [ =KEYDURINGPLAYBACK

Playback pauses.

=KEY0LAYBACK 2. To resume playback, touch the [ resumes.

Skipping a track (searching)

3. Press the [ =OR; =BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK

Tracks are skipped, as many as the times the button is pressed, and playback starts.

Stopping playback

4. Press the [

Tracks are stopped, press the [ the first Track.

=BUTTONDURINGPLAYBACK

=BUTTONTOPLAYBACK

Selecting the Bluetooth audio player

To change the current Bluetooth audio player to the other device which is already registered, perform the following operation.

1. Touch the Device key to [ = DISPLAY THE $EVICE

Select screen.

2. Touch the currently connected device, then press the [ =KEYTODISCONNECTTHEACTIVEDEVICE

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14. Bluetooth TELEPHONE OPERATIONS

When the connection with your Bluetooth cellular phone is established, the following functions are available on this unit: s,ISTENINGTOYOURTELEPHONECALLSONTHECARSPEAKERS s!NSWERINGTOANINCOMINGCALL

s-AKINGACALLUSINGTHE4EN+EYPADSCREEN s -AKING A CALL USING THE 0HONE "OOK DATA IN THE selected cellular phone.

s -AKING A CALL USING THE (ISTORY DATA OF THE DIALED received calls.

Note: s3OMECELLULARPHONESMAYNOTBEABLETOTRANSFERTHE

Phone Book data to head unit.

s 4HE 0HONE "OOK DATA TRANSMISSION MAY TAKE A LONG time. The operations of sending calls are disabled during the data transmission.

s 9OU CAN TALK WITH OTHER PARTY BY USING THE INTERNAL microphone. When it is hard to hear for the other party in accordance with the communication condition or the used telephone, please use the optional microphone

2#" ANDSETTHE-ICROPHONE3ELECTSETTINGTO

“External”. The sound will be improved, but noises may still be heard depending on the communication condition.

Select the BT Phone mode

1. Press Menu button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

2. Touch the [Bluetooth Telephone] key to select the

Bluetooth Telephone mode.

The Telephone screen is displayed.

s 7HEN NO "LUETOOTH 4ELEPHONE CONNECTED THE icon[ =ISDISPLAYEDATTHETOPOFTHESCREEN

Bluetooth Telephone settings

#ONlRMING"LUETOOTH)NFORMATIONANDSETTING0ASS+EY

You can confirm various information concerning the

Bluetooth Interface features.

1. Touch the [ =KEYTODISPLAYTHEINFORMATIONONTHE screen.

2. Perform setting for the desired item. See the following sections for detail.

3 . W h e n y o u f i n i s h c o n f i r m i n g t h e B l u e t o o t h information, touch the [ = KEY TO RETURN TO THE previous screen.

)FYOUWANTTOCHANGETHE0ASS+EYSETTINGOFTHISUNIT perform the following steps.

4OUCHTHETEXTBOXOFTHE0ASS+EYITEMTODISPLAY

THE4EN+EY0ADSCREEN s4HEFACTORYDEFAULTSETTINGIShv

2. Enter your desired 4-digit PIN number, and then touch the [ =KEY s 7HEN THE CONNECTION WITH A "LUETOOTH 4ELEPHONE has been established, the icon [ = AND SIGNAL LEVEL indicator are displayed at the top of the screen.

3ETTING!UTOMATIC#ONNECTION

The system automatically reconnects the cellular phone after the connection is lost or the system is restarted.

s 4HE FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING IS h/&&v 4OUCH THE

[ =OR; =KEYOFTHE!UTOMATIC#ONNECTIONITEM to set the function ON or OFF.

3ETTING!UTOMATIC!NSWER

If a call comes in, answer automatically after 5 seconds.

s 4HE FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING IS h/&&v 4OUCH THE

[ =OR; =KEYOFTHE!UTOMATIC!NSWERITEM

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to set the function ON or OFF.

3ELECTING-ICROPHONE

You can select the microphone to be used.

s4HEFACTORYDEFAULTSETTINGISh)NTERNALv4OUCHTHE

[ = OR ; = KEY OF THE -ICROPHONE 3ELECT item to set the function.

3ETTING-ICROPHONE'AIN

You can adjust the input level of the microphone in 16 levels.

s4HEFACTORYDEFAULTSETTINGIShv s4OUCHTHELEVELINDICATORBUTTONOFTHE-ICROPHONE

Gain item to adjust the input level.

Note: s4HEINPUTLEVELOFTHEMICROPHONECANBEAFFECTEDBYITS surroundings. Adjust the level if the person on the other end of the telephone has a reception problem.

Register your cellular phone (Pairing)

You can register up to 5 cellular phones. The

REGISTERING METHOD IS AS SAME AS h2EGISTERING YOUR

Bluetooth audio player”

1. Turn on the power of the cellular phone you wish to register.

2. Touch the Device key [

Select screen.

=TODISPLAYTHE$EVICE

3. Touch the [ screen.

=KEYTODISPLAYTHE)NQUIRING$EVICE

4. Touch your desired Cellular key to select the key for the cellular phone to be registered. And press the[ player.

= KEY TO REGISTER FOR THE "LUETOOTH AUDIO s9OUCANNOTSELECTTHE#ELLULARKEYOFWHICHANOTHER cellular phone is already registered. Select a blank

Cellular key.

)FENTERINGTHE0ASS+EYCODEISPROMPTEDONYOUR

CELLULARPHONEENTERTHE0ASS+EYCODESETINTHISUNIT s 9OU CAN CHANGE THE 0ASS KEY SETTING OF THIS UNIT from the BT Info screen under the

Telephone Settings screen.

s9OUCANALSOADDTHEFAVORITEICONTOTHECONNECTED device. There are 10 favorite icons for selecting.

When the pairing operation completes, the registered cellular phone is set as the current telephone, and the display returns to the Telephone screen.

Note: s9OUCANNOTREGISTERTHESAMECELLULARPHONEWHICHIS already registered. If you wish to change the Cellular key registered, once delete the corresponding cellular phone from the current Cellular key, and then register it again to your desired Cellular key.

s4ODELETETHECELLULARPHONEREGISTRATION

1.Touch the [ = KEY TO DELETE THE DEVICE !

confirmation screen is displayed.

2.Touch the [ =KEYTOCONlRMDELETE

Select the cellular phone

To change the current cellular phone to the other device which is already registered, perform the following operation.

1. Touch the [ = KEY TO DISPLAY THE $EVICE 3ELECT screen.

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[

2. Touch the currently connected device, then press

=KEYTODISCONNECTTHEACTIVEDEVICE

3. Touch the desired Device key you wish to use.

Press [ = KEY TO SELECT IT AS YOUR ACTIVE DEVICE

The corresponding cellular phone is set as the current telephone.

s)FTHEPOWEROFTHECELLULARPHONEISNOTTURNEDON turn it on.

s4HECELLULARPHONEMAYPROMPTTOACKNOWLEDGETHE

"LUETOOTH CONNECTION OR TO ENTER THE 0ASS +EY CODE of this unit. Perform these operations according to the message displayed.

4. Touch the [ screen.

= KEY TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS

Obtaining the Phone Book data

Sending the Phone Book data from the cellular phone enables you to make a call using the Phone Book function from this unit.

1. Perform the Object Push transfer operation of the

Phone Book data on the current cellular phone.

For details of the operation, see the operation manual of the cellular phone.

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s3OMECELLULARPHONESMAYNOTBEABLETOTRANSFERTHE

Phone Book data.

s 3OME CELLULAR PHONES CANNOT TRANSFER THE 0HONE

Book data when the hands-free mode is set or it is also registered in the Bluetooth mode. In those cases, disable these functions from the cellular phone before performing the Object Push transfer.

s3OMECELLULARPHONESMAYTRANSFER0HONE"OOKDATA automatically.

Telephone operations

Making a call using the Ten-Key pad

1. Touch the [ = KEY TO DISPLAY THE 4EN+EY PAD screen.

%NTER THE TELEPHONE NUMBER BY USING THE 4EN+EY pad displayed on the screen.

3. Touch the [ = 3END KEY TO CALL THE ENTERED number.

s4HEFOLLOWING4ELEPHONE)NTERRUPTSCREENISDISPLAYED during phone call.

s4OUCHTHE; =KEYTOTALKBYUSINGTHECELLULARPHONE and canceling the hands-free function (Private Mode).

To return to the hands-free mode, touch the [ = KEY again.

s4OUCHTHE; =KEYTOMUTETHEMICROPHONE.OWYOU

can hear the other side, but the other side cannot hear your side.

s4OUCHTHE; =KEYTOHOLDTHECURRENTPHONECALLNOW you can answer to the other incoming call. Touch again to talk with previous call

=KEYTOHANG 4. When the call is finished, touch [ up.

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s $EPENDING ON SOME SPECIAL CELLULAR PHONE THE

Telephone Interrupt screen may be closed and the connection with this system may be disconnected when entering the Private mode.

Making a call using the Phone Book

You can use the Phone Book data obtained from the cellular phone to make a call from this unit.

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s "EFORE USING THIS FUNCTION THE 0HONE "OOK DATA must be sent from the cellular phone.

s /NLY THE 0HONE "OOK ITEMS WITH AT LEAST ONE telephone number registered in the captured Phone

Book data are displayed on the Phone Book screen.

1. Touch the [ screen.

= KEY TO DISPLAY THE 0HONE "OOK

2. Touch the desired Name key you wish to dial.

s&LICKTHELISTUPANDDOWNTOSCROLLTHELIST

3. Touch the [ = KEY TO CALL THE SPECIFIED NUMBER

The Telephone Interrupt screen is displayed, and calling starts.

s 7HEN THE CALL IS FINISHED TOUCH THE ; hang up.

= KEY TO

Making a call using the History

The system will memorize the Dialed/Received calls

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record data in the memory. You can confirm it and use it to make a call from this unit.

1. Touch the [ = KEY 4HE (ISTORY ,IST SCREEN IS displayed.

s4HEITEMSARESORTEDBY$IALED-ISSEDAND2ECEIVED calls.

s&LICKTHELISTUPANDDOWNTOSCROLLTHELIST

2. Touch the desired History item key you wish to dial.

3. Touch the [ = KEY TO CALL THE SPECIFIED number. The Telephone Interrupt screen is displayed, and calling starts.

s7HENTHECALLISlNISHEDTOUCHTHE; hang up.

=KEYTO

Answering to an incoming call

When a call comes in, the following Telephone

Interrupt screen appears.

You can answer to the incoming call on this system by the following operation.

1. Touch the [ =KEYTOANSWERTHECALL

2. When the call is finished, touch the [ to hang up.

=KEY

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15. RADIO OPERATIONS

Listening to the Radio

1. Touch the Tuner button on the Main menu display.

The tuner mode screen is displayed.

2. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button or touch the [Band] key on remote control to select the radio band. Each time the button is pressed, the radio reception band changes in the following order: FM1->FM2->FM3->AM

->FM1...

7 8 9

10

5

6

4 1

1. Preset Scan Button

2.Direct Button

3.Preset List Button

4.Frequencies Display

5.Tune Up

6.Tune Down

7.Band Display

8.LOC/DX Display

9.Bluetooth Display

10.System Time

Seek Tuning

2 3

1. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the radio band (FM or AM).

2. Touch the [ = KEY AND THEN FLICK THE ")'

Frequency up and down to search for next available station.

s7HENmICKTHEFREQUENCYUPTHESTATIONISSEARCHED in the direction of higher frequency.

s 7HEN FLICK THE FREQUENCY DOWN THE STATION IS searched in the direction of lower frequency.

Step Tuning

Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the radio band (FM or AM).

2. Touch the [ =OR; =KEYINFREQUENCYPANELTOTUNE up or down by one step.

Recalling a preset station

Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the desire band (FM or AM) on the tuner.

Touch the [ on preset list.

=KEY0RESSTHEPRESETSTATIONTO

=BUTTONTO 3. Press the [ =KEYTHENPRESSTHE; auto search and store the stations.

Manual memory

1. Touch the desired Band key to select the band you wish to store.

2. Tune to a station you want to store using the seek tuning, step tuning, or preset tuning.

3. Touch and hold the desired Preset key you want to store for about 3 seconds.

Auto Store

The Auto Store is a function for storing up to 6 stations that are automatically searched in sequentially. If the number of receivable stations cannot reach to 6, the previous stored station remains.

1. Touch the [FM1/2/3/AM] key to select the desired band. (FM or AM)

2. Press the [ =KEYANDTHENPRESSTHE; start the Auto Store.

=KEYTO

A beep sounds and the stations with good reception are stored automatically to the preset list.

Preset Scan

The Preset Scan receives the stations stored in the preset memory in order. This function is useful when searching for the desired station in memory.

1. Touch the [FM1/2/3/AM] key to select the desired band. (FM or AM)

2. Touch the [ =KEYTOSTARTTHE0RESET3CAN

The unit starts scanning each station for 10 seconds sequentially. But the station stored is not a valid station; the scanning time is only 2 seconds.

[

3. When the desired station is tuned in, touch the

=KEYAGAINTOSTAYINTHATSTATION

LOC/DX Setting

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The DX / LOC setting changes the tuner sensitivity in order to separate closely spaced stations. This feature is useful in areas that have many radio stations in close proximity.

1. Touch the [ sensitivity.

= KEY TO SWITCH TO ,/#!, TUNER

2. Touch the [ sensitivity.

= KEY TO SWITCH TO $8 TUNER

16. HD Radio™ RECEIVER OPERATIONS

This function is available when an HD Radio tuner is connected.

This unit can control the following HD Radio tuner: s($2ADIO4UNER4($

Note: s"ESURETOTURNOFFTHE!##POWERBEFORECONNECTING disconnecting the HD Radio tuner.

s.OTALLAREASOFFER($2ADIOBROADCASTS s ($ 2ADIO STATIONS MAY NOT ALWAYS BROADCAST SUB channels s6OLUMELEVELSOF($2ADIOSTATIONSMAYVARY)NCREASE the volume gradually from the minimal setting after the channel is selected. Be sure to lower the volume setting before switching to another mode or channel.

Additional information about HD Radio Technology can be found at WWWHDRADIOCOM

Listening to HD Radio broadcasts

Note: Connect THD400 HD Radio TM tuner to activate HD

Radio TM function.

1. Touch the Tuner button on the Main menu display.

The HD Radio mode screen will be displayed.

2. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button or touch the [Band] key on remote control to select the radio band. Each time the button is pressed, the radio reception band changes in the following order: FM1, FM2, FM3, AM,

FM1...

7 8 9

4 1

1-Preset Scan Button

2-Direct Button

2 3

5

6

3-Preset List Button

4-Setting Button

5-Tune Up

6-Tune Down

7-Band Display

8-Bluetooth Status Display

9-System Time

Seek Tuning

1. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the radio band (FM or AM).

2. Touch the [ = KEY AND THEN FLICK THE ")'

Frequency up and down to search for next available station.

s7HENmICKTHEFREQUENCYUPTHESTATIONISSEARCHED in the direction of higher frequency.

s 7HEN FLICK THE FREQUENCY DOWN THE STATION IS searched in the direction of lower frequency.

Step Tuning

1. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the radio band (FM or AM).

2. Touch the [ =OR; =KEYINFREQUENCYPANELTOTUNE up or down by one step.

Recalling a preset station

1. Press the [FM1/2/3/AM] button to select the desire band (FM or AM) on the tuner.

2. Touch the [ =KEY

3. Press the preset station (1 to 6) on preset list.

4. Press the [ =KEYTHENPRESSTHE; auto search and store the stations.

=BUTTONTO

Manual memory

1. Touch the desired Band key to select the band you wish to store.

2. Tune to a station you want to store using the seek tuning, step tuning, or preset tuning.

3. Touch and hold the desired Preset key you want to store for about 3 seconds.

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Auto Store

The Auto Store is a function for storing up to 6 stations that are automatically searched in sequentially. If the number of receivable stations cannot reach to 6, the previous stored station remains.

4OUCH THE ;&-!-= KEY TO SELECT THE DESIRED band. (FM or AM)

2. Press the [ =KEYANDTHENPRESSTHE; to start the Auto Store.

=KEY

A beep sounds and the stations with good reception are stored automatically to the preset list.

HD Radio Sub channel Function

If the [ =KEYISENABLEDPLEASETOUCHTHE; key to tune to next available sub channel.

Note:

=

Not all stations have HD Radio sub channel broadcasts.

The [ ] key is only enabled when current station has sub channel broadcast and signal strength is strong enough.

iTunes Tagging Function

A new feature is available to mark songs on HD

Radio™ broadcasts for review and purchase at a later time from the listener’s personal computer. This feature is available through HD Radio™ receivers that build in

THENEWhI4UNES4AGGINGvFEATURE

Now iTunes Tagging system is only available for Apple iPod and iPhone.

Operation:

1. Touch [ = KEY OR PRESS THE ;4!'= BUTTON on the remote control to to store the current music information to memory.

2. You may store up to 64 tags to the memory of head unit. 3. When an iPod/iPhone is connected to the unit, the unit will automatically transfer the tags in memory to the iPod/iPhone

Note: Not all broadcasted material can be tagged, in this case, the [ ] button will be disabled

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17. SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO OPERATIONS

This function is available when a SIRIUS Satellite Radio

Tuner is connected through the dedicated connection.

This unit requires the following receiver:

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Note:

SIRIUS Satellite Radio is a subscription service.

Please contact SIRIUS Radio to begin or alter your subscription: s)NTERNETWWWSIRIUSCOM s4ELEPHONE3)2)53

Selecting a Satellite Radio mode

Press the [SIRIUS] button on Main Menu display. The system changes to the SIRIUS Satellite Radio mode.

The SIRIUS mode screen is displayed.

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Information Displayed During Reception

The following information is displayed when the satellite radio cannot be received normally.

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s 7HEN A CHANNEL IS BEING TUNED IN NO SIGNAL IS YET

RECEIVED h!#15)2).'3)'.!,v s ! CHANNEL WITHOUT A BROADCAST HAS BEEN SELECTED h).6!,)$#(!..%,v s ! CHANNEL NOT COVERED BY YOUR CONTRACT h CALL

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Call (888) 539-747487 to activate your radio or change your subscription package.

s 7HEN THE ANTENNA IS DISCONNECTED OR HAS BEEN

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Confirming Your SIRIUS ID

Touch the [ =BUTTONONTHE3)2)53-ENUDISPLAYTO enter Settings menu.

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1 2 3 4 5

1-Setting Button

2-Previous Category Button

+EYPAD"UTTON

4-Category Scan Button

5-Next Category Button

6-Store/Delete Button

7-Band Button

8-Channel List Button

9-Bluetooth Status Display

10-Preset List Button

11-System Time

12-Category List Button

13-List Display

14-Previous Channel Button

15-Next Channel Button

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Channel Selection

1. Touch the [ = BUTTON ON THE 3)2)53 -ENU display to enter channel list preview mode. You can select any channels in list directly.

2. Select the channel with the [ = OR ; = /NLY channels that can be received are selected. Channels that are locked and channels not covered by the contract will be skipped. The receiver seeks the next available channel below or above the current channel.

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Channel Selection with the channel number

1. Touch the direct access button on the SIRIUS Menu display to enter direct channel selection.

2. Enter the channel number of your desired station by

TOUCHINGTHE;=TO;=KEYS

If you enter a wrong number, you can cancel it by touching the [ =KEY

3. Touch the [ entered will be tuned.

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Presets Channel Selection with the channel number

A total of 20 satellite radio stations each band can be stored in the receiver’s memory. You can access the presets by pressing the Presets button. This allows you to store your favorite satellite radio stations in the memory for later recall.

1. Touch [ =BUTTONANDENTERTHEPRESETMENU

2. When the desired radio station is not displayed, press and glide the track list up or down.

Preset Store

1. Touch and hold the corresponding preset key for more than 2 seconds to save the current channel.

2. Touch the [ = BUTTON TO SAVE THE CURRENT channel to the first empty place in presets list.

Deleting a Preset

If current channel is already in presets list, the [

=KEYWILLBECOMETO; =KEYPRESS; to remove current channel from presets list.

=KEY

Parental Controls Lock Channels

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOENTERSETTINGPAGE

2. Touch [ = BUTTON IN ,OCK ITEM TO ENTER PASS code screen, enter the right code to enter lock list.

3. Press and flick the track list up or down.

4. Touch the channel item, and it will be locked or unlocked alternately.

Setting the password

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOENTERSETTINGPAGE

2. Touch Password [ =BUTTON

3. Touch the ten key (0 to 9) to input a 4-digit

Password.

s Input the old password or "4356" ,and touch the

[ =KEY s Input a new password, and touch the [ =KEY s Input the same new password again, and touch the [ =KEY

Note:

9OU MUST INPUT THE CORRECT CODE TO ENTER LOCK LIST

When you try to tune to a locked channel by direct tune keypad, it will display password keypad. Only entering correct code can tune to that channel, otherwise it will go back to the previous channel.

The default pass code is 0000 .

Receiving Stations by Category

Satellite Radio allows you to select broadcast channel category (contents).

1. Touch [ =BUTTONTOENTERCATEGORYMODE

2. Press and flick the category list up or down.

3. Touch the desired category item key to enter channel lists belonging to this category.

4 . S e l e c t t h e d e s i re d c h a n n e l b y t o u c h i n g i t momentarily on the list.

5. Right flick this channel list to go back to category list.

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18. AUX 1 / AUX 2 OPERATIONS

External peripheral devices, including a game console, camcorder, iPod/iPhone, etc. can be connected to the AUX

1 or AUX 2 connector on the front or back of this unit using the A/V media cables.

Switching to AUX IN / AV IN mode s Press [AUX 1] or [AUX 2] button on Main Menu to select desired mode (when unit is reading). If the external device connected to AUX 1or AUX 2 input have audio signal, the unit will broadcast audio of external device. s Press [Menu] button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

You cannot directly control external devices connected to AUX 1or AUX 2 input.

19. CAMERA IN OPERATIONS

Switching to Camera mode

Press [Camera] button on Main Menu to select desired mode.

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is not connect to this head unit.

Press Menu button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.

Note:

If the reverse cable is connected correctly to the car, the center unit to switch to camera mode automatically when the car is in reverses.

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20. REAR SOURCE OPERATIONS

If rear monitors are installed in the rear seat and connected to the rear zone AV output, passengers in the back seats can watch the DVD/iPod Video/AUX1/

AUX2 video separately from front source.

If the screen displays Front Source, Press [ switch to Rear Source.

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1 2

1.Press the button to access the rear source menu.

2.Press the button again to back to front source menu.

Multi-Zone Operation

Independent sources can be played simultaneously on the unit. For example, a FM/AM console can be playback on the front screen while DVD video is available to rear passengers. But now you can’t select

DVD video in front.

DVD Video in Rear

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8. [ =2EPEATSWITCHING"UTTON

Use to repeat the Title or Chapter.

Press once to start Chapter repeat. Press again to activate Title repeat. To turn repeat off, press same button again. Repeat symbols are displayed in the info window in the upper left area of the screen.

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10. [

11. [

=!UDIO#HANNELSWITCHING"UTTON

=3UBTITLESWITCHING"UTTON

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12. [ =$IRECTCHAPTERORTITLESEARCHING"UTTON

DVD Video Rear Source Control Info mode.

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Press [ =BUTTONTORETURN

DVD Video Rear Source Control Direct mode.

1.[ =.EXT2OW"UTTONS

Press the button can display the hidden button.

2.[ =0REVIOUSCHAPTER

3.[ =0LAYOR0AUSEVIDEO

4.[ =.EXTCHAPTER

5. Elapsed playing time indicator.

6.[

7.[ =;

=4OP-ENU"UTTON

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If the screen displays Rear Source, press [ switch to Front Source.

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AUX 1 in Rear

iPod Video Rear Source ID3 Mode

AUX 2 in Rear iPod Video in Rear

iPod Video Rear Source Control Play Mode

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NOTE:

If the source is selected as the front, the source in rear can’t be selected.

If the source is selected as the rear, the source in front can’t be selected.

0RESSTHE&RONT"UTTON to access the front main menu but the rear source will keep running.

1 2 3 4 5 6

1.[ =0REVIOUSlLE

2.[ =0LAYOR0AUSEVIDEO

3.[ =.EXTlLE

4.Elapsed playing time indicator.

5.[ =-ENU

Press the Menu button can display the iPod Video

Rear Source mode screen.

6.[ source )

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7. [ =; =&RONT2EARBUTTON

If the screen displays Rear Source, press [ switch to Front Source.

If the screen displays Front Source, Press [ switch to Rear Source.

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21. SETTING OPERATIONS

Press [ =BUTTONONTHE-AINMENUSCREEN

The Setting menu screen will be displayed.

General Setup Menu

For example, if current setting is Left, when BT phone is coming in, only left speaker can hear the phone.

Version: Display the software version information.

Video Setup Menu

This menu includes: DVD Wide Screen Mode;

Brightness.

DVD Wide Screen Mode: Set the DVD wide screen mode on or off.

Brightness: Set brightness value from 0 to 20.

Clock: Set system clock.

AM/PM: Set AM or PM when current time mode is

12HR mode.

Clock Mode: Set the time display mode.

Beep: Turn on or turn off the beep confirmation sound.

Bluetooth: Set the Bluetooth ON or OFF.

Wallpaper: Choose the desired wallpaper.

Audio Setup Menu

Auxin Input SW: Auxin input switch, including Low,

Mid, High.

Dimmer: There are three options, Day, Night and Auto.

Tel Speaker: There are two options, Left and Right.

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Woofer Ctrl, Sub Woofer Phase, High Pass Filter, low

Pass Filter, Amp Cancel and Magna Bass EX.

Balance: Choose the desired volume for left and right speaker.

Fader: Choose the desired volume for front and rear speaker.

Select EQ: Choose the desired mode: Bass Boost,

Impact, Excite, Custom and OFF.

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Sub Woofer Ctrl: Choose the desired sub woofer gain from 0 to 14.

Sub Woofer Phase: Choose the sub woofer phase normal or reverse.

High Pass Filter: Choose the high pass filter

62Hz/95Hz/135Hz/through.

L o w P a s s F i l t e r : C h o o s e t h e l o w p a s s f i l t e r through/62Hz/95Hz/135Hz.

Amp Cancel: Choose the amplifier audio output on or off.

Magna Bass EX: Choose the loudness on or off.

Voice Guidance: Enable or disable the navigation voice guidance.

Others Setup Menu

Navigation Setup Menu

This menu includes: GPS Time, Navi Interrupt, and

Voice Guidance

GPS Time: Set the system time to be synchronized with GPS local time or not.

Navi Interrupt: There are three choose: On/Popup/

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!6SCREENTOINDICATETHEKEYPOINTh/FFv4URNOFFTHIS function.

This menu include: Set Password; Parental control,

Audio Language,Subtitle Language,Blinking, TS

Calibrate, and Load Factory.

Set password: Set the password for DVD parental control.

Parental control: Set the rating of the age. It contains

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Audio Language: Set the Language for DVD Audio.

Subtitle Language: Set the Language for DVD subtitle.

Blinking: Choose the blinking ON or OFF.

TS Calibrate: The function of it is to select the Touch

Screen Calibrate YES or NO.

Load Factory: The function is to select to load factory default or not.

22. MONITOR OFF

,ONG0RESS-ENUBUTTONON/PERATIONAL0ANELFORSECONDSITWILLSHOWh-ONITOROFFxx4OUCHTHESCREENTO return” and then the head unit will turn off the TFT screen. Touch any place of the screen, the TFT screen will turn on again.

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23. TROUBLESHOOTING

GENERAL

Problem Cause Measure

Power does not turn on. (No sound is produced.)

Fuse is blown.

Replace with a fuse of the same amperage. If the fuse blows again, consult your store of purchase.

Consult your installation center.

Incorrect wiring.

Nothing happens when buttons are pressed.

Display is not accurate.

The microprocessor has malfunctioned due to noise, etc.

Press the reset button with a thin rod.

Note:

When the Reset button is pressed, turn off the power.

* When the Reset button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared.

The remote control unit does not work.

Direct rays of the sun fall on the light-receptive part of the remote control unit.

The battery of the remote control unit is dead or there is no battery in the remote control unit.

When direct rays of the sun fall on the light-receptive part of the remote control unit, it may not work.

Check the battery of the remote control unit.

DVD PLAYER

Problem

Disc cannot be loaded.

Sound skips or is noisy.

Sound is bad directly after power is turned on.

Video images are not displayed.

Disc cannot play with the

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” shown.

Cause Measure

A disc is already loaded.

There is foreign matter already in the disc slot.

Disc is dirty.

Eject the disc before loading the new one.

Remove the foreign matter, or consult a service station.

Clean the disc with a soft cloth.

Disc is heavily scratched or warped.

Replace with a disc in good condition.

Condensation may form on the internal lens when the car is parked in a humid place.

Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on.

The parking brake is not engaged.

Feature exceeds set parental level.

Check that the parking brake is engaged.

Release the view limitation or change the parental level.

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USB DEVICE

Problem Cause Measure

USB device cannot be inserted.

USB device is not recognized.

The USB device has been inserted with wrong direction.

Reversing the connection direction of the USB device, try it again.

The USB connector is broken.

The USB device is damaged.

Connectors are loose.

Replace with a new USB device.

Disconnect the USB device and reconnect. If the device is still not recognized, try replacing with a different USB device.

No sound heard and no file display on file list

No MP3/WMA file is stored in the

USB device.

Store these files properly in the

USB device.

Sound skips or is noisy.

The iPod/iPhone’s video image is disturbed.

MP3/WMA files are not encoded properly.

U s e M P 3 / W M A f i l e s e n c o d e d properly.

The TV Signal setting of the iPod/ iPhone is not set correctly.

Set the TV Signal setting (NTSC/

PAL) of the iPod/iPhone correctly.

Bluetooth

Problem Cause Measure

The device does not support the profiles required for the system.

Use another device to connect.

Cannot pair the Bluetooth enable device with the car audio system.

The Bluetooth function of the device is not enabled.

Refer to the user manual of the d e v i c e f o r h o w t o e n a b l e t h e function.

The microphone is not correctly positioned.

Use optional external microphone and adjust the position of it.

The audio quality is poor after c o n n e c t i o n w i t h a B l u e t o o t h enabled device.

The Bluetooth reception is poor.

Move the device closer to the car audio system or remove any obstacle between the device and the system.

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TV/VTR (When connecting an optional TV tuner, etc.)

Problem

The image is not displayed.

The display is dark.

When the VTR is connected, the image is disturbed.

Improper NTSC/PAL setting

Set the AUTO/PAL/NTSC properly according to the

VTR.

There are red, green, and blue points in display.

Cause Measure

The parking brake is not engaged.

The headlight of the vehicle is lit

Check that the parking brake is engaged.

The brightness control is too low.

Adjust the brightness properly.

The operating condition is not good.

The temperature inside the vehicle may be 0 or lower. Set to an appropriate temperature (25 or so) and check it again.

The display is made dark at night to prevent the glare (When the headlight of the vehicle is lit in the daytime, the display gets dark).

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This is not a failure, but a phenomenon peculiar to a liquid crystal panel (The liquid crystal panel is produced according to technology with very high precision. Note that, though there are effective pixels of 99.99% or more, pixel missing or normally lit pixels account for 0.01%).

24. ERROR DISPLAY

If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.

Take the measures described below to solve the problem.

DVD PLAYER

Display

Invalid Disc

Invalid Disc

Invalid Disc

PARENTAL VIOLATION

Disc Region incorrect

Cause Measure

A disc is caught inside the DVD deck and is not ejected.

This is a failure of DVD deck’s mechanism and consult your store of purchase.

A disc cannot be played due to scratches, etc.

Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc.

A disc is loaded upside- down inside the

DVD deck and does not play.

E j e c t t h e d i s c t h e n r e l o a d i t properly.

Parental level error

Region code error

Set the correct Parental level.

Eject the disc, and replace correct region code disc.

If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the Reset button. If the problem persists, turn off the power and consult your store of purchase.

* When the Reset button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared.

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25. SPECIFICATIONS

FM Tuner

&REQUENCY2ANGE 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz

5SABLE3ENSITIVITY 8 dBμV

D"1UIETING3ENSITIVITY 14 dBμV

!LTERNATE#HANNEL3ELECTIVITY 70 dB

3TEREO3EPARATION 25dB(100Hz),30dB(1kHz),25dB(10kHz)

&REQUENCY2ESPONSE 30 Hz to 14kHz

Bluetooth

3PECIlCATION Bluetooth Ver 2.1+EDR

0ROlLE HFP1.5(Hands Free Profile)

HSP1.0 (Headset Profile)

A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)

AVRCP1.2,1.3,1.4 (AV Remote Control Profile)

0OWER#LASS 2

AM Tuner

&REQUENCY2ANGE 530 kHz to 1710 kHz

5SABLE3ENSITIVITY 30 dBμV

DVD Player System

Digital Versatile Disc System with CDDA capable

5SABLEDISCS

DVD video disc, Compact disc

&REQUENCY2ESPONSE 20 Hz to 20 kHz

3OUND.OISE2ATIO

95 dbA (1W Ref)

$YNAMIC2ANGE 95 dB (1 kHz)

$ISTORTION 0.05%

6IDEOSYSTEM NTSC/PAL

Audio/Video Input

!UDIOINPUTVOLTAGE

d 2 Vrms

6IDEOINPUTVOLTAGE 1.0 Vp-p@75

!UDIOINPUTSENSITIVITYAT6OUTPUT

(IGH 325mVrms

-ID 650mVrms

,OW 1.3Vrms

Audio/Video output

6IDEOOUTPUTVOLTAGE 1.0Vp-p @75

.83CREEN3IZE

6.2” wide type

0IXELS 1,152,000

2ESOLUTION 800 x 480 x 3 (RGB)

.:3CREEN3IZE 7” wide type

0IXELS 1,152,000

2ESOLUTION 800 x 480 x 3 (RGB)

MP3 mode

"ITRATE 32 kbps to 192 kbps

3AMPLINGRATE 11.025kHz, 22.5kHz, 32kHz,

44.1kHz, 48kHz

WMA mode

"ITRATE 64 kbps to 192 kbps

3AMPLINGRATE 11.025kHz, 22.5kHz, 32kHz,

44.1kHz, 48kHz

USB

3PECIlCATION USB 1.1/2.0 (FS)

0LAYABLEAUDIOFORMAT

MP3(.mp3): MPEG 2/Audio Layer-3

WMA(.wma): Ver 7/8/9.1/9.2

General

0OWERSOURCEVOLTAGE

14.4 VDC (10.5 to 15.8V allowable)

'ROUND Negative

#URRENTCONSUMPTION 4.0 A @1 W

!UTO!NTENNA2ATED#URRENT 500 mA less

Note: s3PECIlCATIONSCOMPLYWITH*%)4!3TANDARDS

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7"/178 mm

2"/

50mm

7”/178 mm

3-15/16"/100 mm

NX501 dimensions:

NX501 weight: 5.29 lb.(2.4kg)

2 ” /

52 mm 0 .

47 ” /12 mm

NZ501 dimensions:

NZ501 weight: 5.29 lb.(2.4kg)

Remote Control dimensions:

Remote Control weight:

50 grams (including battery)

Power Output:

19W RMS x 4 Channels at 4 and 1% THD+N

Signal to Noise Ratio:

95dBA (reference: 1W into 4 )

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26. INSTALLATION /WIRE

CONNECTION GUIDE

CONTENTS

1. Before Starting .............................................................................................. 58

2. Package Contents......................................................................................... 58

3. General Cautions........................................................................................... 59

4. Cautions On Installation ................................................................................ 59

5. Installing The Main Unit................................................................................. 60

6. Cautions On Wiring ....................................................................................... 62

7. Wire Connections.......................................................................................... 63

1. Before Starting

1.This set is exclusively for use in cars with a negative ground

12V power supply.

2.Read these instructions carefully.

"ESURETODISCONNECTTHEBATTERYhvTERMINAL before starting. This is to prevent short circuits during installation. (Figure 1)

2. Package Contents

Main unit................................................... 1

Wiring harness.......................................... 1

GPS antenna ............................................ 1

CLAMP for GPS antenna's cable ............. 3

DOUBLE FACE TAPE for GPS Antenna ... 1

Remote control unit .................................. 1

Battery (CR2025) ...................................... 1

(Installed in remote control)

Trim ring ................................................... 1

Cleaning cloth........................................... 1

Warranty Card .......................................... 1

Owner’s manual and

Installation manual.................................... 1

Electro tap ................................................ 2

2DIN trim ring 200mm wide

(NX501 only) ............................................. 1

Back Strap (NZ501 only) .......................... 1

Mounting Bracket key

(NZ501 only) ............................................. 2

Flush mount bolts

(NX501) ..................................................... 8

(NZ501) ..................................................... 4

Hexagon Head Screw

(NX501) ..................................................... 8

(NZ501) ..................................................... 5

AV cable ................................................... 1

Line out cable (NX501 only)...................... 1

Rear Zone out cable (NX501 only)............ 1

SWI cable (NX501 only) ............................ 1

SIRIUS cable (NX501 only) ....................... 1

HD Radio cable (NX501 only) ................... 1

External Microphone cable

(NX501 only) ............................................. 1

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3. General Cautions

1. Do not open the case. There are no user- serviceable parts inside. If you drop anything into the unit during installation, consult your dealer or an authorized

Clarion service center.

2. Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the case. Never use a rough cloth, thinner, benzine, or alcohol etc. For tough dirt, apply a little cold or warm water to a soft cloth and wipe off the dirt gently.

4. Cauti

ons on Install

ation

1. Prepare all articles necessary for installing the source unit before starting.

2. This model features an operation panel that slides forward.

On some types of cars, the operation panel may make contact with the dashboard or gearshift lever, in which cause it cannot be installed. Before installing, check that the unit will not hamper operation of the gearshift lever or obstruct your view before selecting the installation location. (Figure 2)

NZ501

Dashboard

4. If you have to do any work on the car body, such as drilling holes, consult your car dealer beforehand.

5. Use the enclosed screws for installation. Using other screws can cause damage. (Figure 4)

Chassis Chassis

Damage

Max. 8 mm (M5 screw)

Figure 4

Gearshift lever

(Check that it does not touch the LCD)

Figure 2

Gearshift lever

3. Install the unit within 30° of the horizontal plane.

(Figure 3)

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Figure 3

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5. Installing the Main Unit

This unit is designed for fixed installation in the dashboard.

1. When installing the main unit in NISSAN vehicles, use the parts attached to the unit and follow the instructions in Figure 6.

When installing the main unit in TOYOTA vehicles, use the parts attached to the vehicle and follow the instructions in Figure 7.

2. Wire as shown in Section 7.

3. Reassemble and secure the unit in the dashboard and set the face panel and center panel.

Mounting Screw Holes (Side View of the Main Unit)

For NISSAN vehicle

Figure 5

Installing the Main Unit in NISSAN Vehicle

For TOYOTA vehicle

Main Unit

Trim ring

Mounting bracket

(1 pair for the left and right sides)

Figure 6

Note:

* 1: Position the face panel with its wide edge at the bottom. Fit the edge into the groove of the main unit.

(M5 8)

(attached to the main unit)

(Attached to the main unit)

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Installing the Main Unit in TOYOTA Vehicle

Install by using parts attached to the vehicle. (Screws marked are attached to the vehicle.)

Main Unit

Center Panel

( * 2 )

* 3

*2. Some panel openings are too small for the unit depending on the vehicle type and model. In such a case, trim the upper and lower sides of the panel frame by about 0.5 to 1.5 mm so the unit can be inserted smoothly.

*3. If a hook on the installation bracket interferes with the unit, bend and flatten it with a nipper or similar tool.

Typical Mounting Brackets

E x a m p l e 1 Example 2

Affix the screws to the marks.

E x a m p l e 3

Vehicles other than NISSAN and TOYOTA

In some cases the center panel may require modification. (Trimming, filing, etc.) s2EMOVINGTHE-AIN5NIT

When the main unit is to be removed, disassemble it in the reverse of the order in h).34!,,).'4(%-!).5.)4v .

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6. Cautions on Wiring

1. Be sure to turn the power off before wiring.

2. Be particularly careful where you route the wires.

+EEP THEM WELL AWAY FROM THE ENGINE AND EXHAUST PIPE ETC (EAT MAY damage the wires.

3. If the fuse should blow, check to see if the wiring is correct.

If a fuse is blown, replace it with a new one of the same amperage rating as the original (15A FUSE).

4. To replace the fuse, remove the old fuse on the back of the unit and insert the new one. (Figure 8)

NOTE:

There are various types of fuse holder. Do not let the battery side touch other metal parts.

caution

CAUTION

After the connection, fix the cord by a clamp or insulation tape for protection.

Fuse (15A FUSE)

Fuse holder

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7. Wire Connections

Note: s Before installing, be sure to disconnect the negative cable of the car battery.

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Black

EX MIC

GPS

Antenna

External

Microphone

Connection

Radio Antenna

AUX IN 2

Gray

SWI

Black

VIDEO OUT

Green

2 ZONE OUT

Yellow

Red

White

Steering Wheel

Remote Control Terminal

Video Out

RearZone

Monitor

Black

SIRIUS

Sirius

Black

Gray

Black

SUB WOOFER

Purple

HD Radio

HD

Red

White

Red

White

White

Red

Line Out

Front R

Line Out

Front L

Line Out

Rear R

Line Out

Rear L

Subwoofer 1

Subwoofer 2

Connector

Cable

SIRIUS Connect™

Vehicle Tuner (SCC1)

HD Radio™ Tuner (THD400)

4-Channel Amplifier

Red

Black iPod/iPhone

Red

White

VISUAL IN Yellow

Audio/L

Audio/R

Video In

CAMERA Yellow

Video Out

CCA-748 (sold separately)

Rear Vision Camera

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NZ501

GPS

Antenna

Radio Antenna Jack

HD Radio

HD Radio™ Tuner (THD400)

HD

SIRIUS

SIRIUS Connect™

Vehicle Tuner

(SCC1)

Connector

Cable

SIRIUS CONNECT VEHICLE TUNER iPod/iPhone

Black

EX MIC

External

Microphone

Connection

Black

VISUAL IN

Yellow

White

Red

Red

Video

Audio/L

Audio/R

Red

Purple

White

Line Out

Subwoofer

Black

Gray

Red

White

Red

White

Line Out

Rear R

Line Out

Rear L

Line Out

Front R

Line Out

Front L

Black

Yellow

Video Out

Yellow

Video Out

Camera

SWI

Green

Gray

White

Audio/L

Red

Audio/R

Steering Wheel

Remote Control Terminal

Yellow

White

Red

CCA-748 (sold separately)

4-Channel Amplifier

Monitor

Rear Vision Camera

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Blue/White

Yellow

Black

Ground

Purple

Purple/Black

Rear right +

Rear right

-

Red

+12V accessory

Gray

Front right

+

Gray/Black

Front right

-

White

White/Black

Front left

+

Front left -

Green

+12V main power

Green/Black

Rear left

+

Rear left

-

Amplifier turn-on cord

Orange/White

Blue

Illumination

Auto antenna

Brown

Grass-green

Phone interrupt (*1)

Parking brake cord

Purple/White

Reverse gear cord

Note:

*1: Connecting the PHONE INTERRUPT terminal

The phone interrupt will mute the audio if the lead receives a negative or ground signal.

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See next page for how to connect the parking brake cord.

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Connecting the parking brake cord

Connect the cord to parking brake lamp ground in the meter panel.

Note: s#ONNECTINGTHEPARKINGBRAKECORDTOLAMPGROUNDALLOWSYOUTOWATCHI0ODI0HONEVIDEO$6$VIDEO!6INPUTWHEN

the parking brake is engaged.

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Connecting the accessories s#ONNECTINGTOTHEEXTERNALAMPLIlER

The external amplifiers can be connected to the 6 channel RCA output connections. Ensure that the connectors are not grounded or shorted to prevent damage to the unit.

s#ONNECTINGTOI0ODI0HONEDEVICE

The iPod/iPhone device can be connected to dedicated iPod/iPhone connection on the main unit. For detailed information, refer to the instruction sheet or manual for the iPod/iPhone cable.

Note: s4HISUNITMAYNOTSUPPORTALLFUNCTIONSOFALLI0ODI0HONEDEVICES s4HEI0ODI0HONECONNECTIONWILLCHARGEYOURI0ODI0HONEUNLESSTHEI0ODI0HONEBATTERYISCOMPLETELYDEPLETED)F the specified cord of the cellular phone is connected to the phone interrupt cord of the main unit, the audio mute is activated when cellular phone in use.

s#ONNECTINGTO3)2)533ATELLITE2ADIO2ECEIVER

When SIRIUS Satellite Radio Receiver is to be connected, use the dedicated connector. For detailed information,refer to the instruction manual of the SIRIUS Satellite Radio Receiver.

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Clarion Co., Ltd.

All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2010: Clarion Co., Ltd.

Printed in China / Imprime au Chiné / Impreso en China

NX501/NZ501

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