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Manuel d'utilisation
Manual del usuario
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Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
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2. CAUTION
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3. CONNECTION
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4. INSTALLATION
Using Velcro or 2-Sided Tapes
Using Screw
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5. OPERATION
Start-up
Disconnecting
Playback
Playlist
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6. TITLE DISPLAY
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7. USABLE iPod MODELS
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8. USER TITLE
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9. CHANGING MODE FROM iPod TO OTHER
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10. ERROR DISPLAYS
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iPod is for legal or rightholder-authorized copying only. Don't steal music.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
The interface adapter for iPod® by Clarion,
EA1251, works by simulating the iPod as a 6
Disc CeNET CD Changer. Please consult your
main unit's Owner's Manual for CD Changer
operations before beginning to use EA1251 .
Clarion Multimedia Station of VRX series cannot
control EA1251 through the KEY PAD screen or
the list screen. If required so, please use the
function buttons instead. Some EA1251 functions
might not be available.
Some main unit models with CD-Text function
have the capability to show 103 TAG if iPod is
connected through EA1251. Please refer to Title
Display Section for more details.
For list of main unit compatible to EA1251, please
consult your nearest Clarion dealer.
For iPod operations, please refer to iPod Owner's
Manual.
Please check your iPod Owner's Manual for the
operating temperature as leaving iPod in your
vehicle might damage it due to temperature
variations and moisture.
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Please consult your nearest Clarion dealer before attempting to connect EA1251 to your main unit and
iPod. Improper connection might damage your main unit, EA1251, iPod or your vehicle wiring.
Please make sure the Yellow wire (Bus power lead) is connected on the CeNET compatible Main Unit
(This wire usually has a 3 Amp Fuse inserted) connects to battery. If this wire is not connected, the iPod
interface will not function.
Please refer to the wiring instructions for your CeNET Main Unit or contact your Clarion Dealer.
Note:
The C-Bus conversion adaptor (RCB-138) is not compatible with current system.
1. Connect the iPod to the CeNET compatible Main Unit.
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2. Connect the iPod to the CeNET compatible Main Unit and CD Changer.
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There are no moving parts in EA1251. However,
caution must be taken to make sure minimum
damage to the unit. Do not press, puncture or
drop the unit at anytime. Install the unit where
there is no direct sunlight, away from air condition
ducts or high moisture areas and away from other
vehicle electronic components.
Using Velcro or 2-Sided Tapes
Stick velcro or 2-sided tapes to the unit.
Note:
In case of using velcro or 2-sided tapes, make sure
the unit will not fall down as this might damage the
electronic component inside.
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Velcro or 2-sided tapes
Using Screw
There are screw mounting holes in EA1251 .
Before drilling, make sure there are no hidden
wires and parts that might be damaged.
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Improper wiring might damage EA1251, main
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After connecting your iPod to the EA1251, the
iPod display will change to the following:
iPod
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To start iPod operations, change the main unit
mode to CD Changer mode. Playback will start
automatically.
The display changes from:
Disc Check -7 Disc Repeat -7 Start Playing
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If the iPod is not connected, the main unit will
display "No Magazine".
OK to disconnect
The main unit is unable to detect the presence of
iPod if the battery of the iPod is flat.
Please refer to the Playback section for detailed
operation information.
Disconnecting
iPod automatically switches "on" after connecting
to EA1251, and it's power is charged as long as
it stays connected with the vehicle ignition key
turn to ACC or ON.
If vehicle ignition is turned to ACC off, playback
is changed to pause, and iPod will go to power off
mode in a few minutes.
To switch off iPod manually, disconnect from
EA1251 adaptor.
Playback
iPod buttons are disabled and the display is lock
after it is connected to EA1251. All operations of
the iPod are controlled from the main unit. Some
iPod operations and features will be unavailable.
Please read this manual carefully to optimize your
iPod operations.
Songs number display
To understand playback features better, please
refer to PLAYLIST section.
During playback, the main unit will display the
song number in sequence. However, only a
maximum of two digits are displayed. If there are
more than 99 songs in your iPod, only the last
two digits will be displayed. For example, songs
number 102 and-1002 will both be displayed as
"02".
Default playback setting
Play/Pause
By default, the playback setting will be:
• Start to play from DISC1 (All Songs Play)
• Shuffle (Random) Off
Press Play/Pause button on the main unit to play/
pause iPod playback.
• DISC Repeat On
When the iPod is connected, the main unit will
initially display "DISC" and "RPT".
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Song (Track) Up/Down
Fast Forward/Fast Backward
Press Track Up/Down button to jump from song
to song.
Press and hold Track Up/Down button for more
than one second for Fast Forward or Fast
Backward functions.
Short press Track Down button jumps playback
to the beginning of current song. Short press
Track button twice within 2 to 3 seconds jumps
playback to the beginning of previous song.
If the last song is playing, by short press Track
Up button, will enables playback to jump to the
first song in the current disc.
If the first song is playing, short press Track Down
jumps to the last song in the current disc.
If Track Up button is pressed until end of a current
song (Fast Forward operation), normal playback
will start for next song (Fast Forward stops
automatically) .
If Track Down button is pressed until the beginning
of current song (Fast Backward operation),
normal playback will restart for current song (Fast
Backward stops automatically).
During Fast Forward/Backward functions, time
display for the song might not be accurate.
Repeat, Random and Scan
By default, Repeat All is on, Shuffle (Random) is off. Scan operation is disabled.
Refer to below table for Repeat and Random functions.
RANDOM
REPEAT
Short Press
Random playback within a playlist Random all songs
Press and hold for more than
1 second
Random Album playback
selection within a playlist
Album Random for all
songs
Short Press
Repeat a song
Repeat a song
Press and hold for more than
1 second
Repeat a playlist
Repeat all songs
• Press and hold Repeat button for more than one second to toggle between Repeat All and Repeat Off.
• Short press Repeat button to toggle between Repeat On and Repeat Off.
• Press Random button one second or longer to toggle between Random Album playback selection On
or Off.
• Short press Random button to toggle between Random song selection On or Off.
During Repeat Off function, playback order is DISC1
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DISC2
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DISC3
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During Random mode, iPod display is different from normal CD Changer Operation.
Please refer to Playlist Section for further explanation (Pg8).
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Direct search
Playback position and setting
Direct search from the main unit is possible,
depending on the main unit features. Use the
feature to select file or file from playlist directly.
Playback position and setting will remain the same
as long as the iPod stays connected to EA1251.
If the iPod is disconnected, playback position will
return to the default playback setting.
Using Direct Search function, some limitations
apply:
• Only current title of the playlist (disc) can be
displayed. Other playlist titles might be
displayed as "NO TITLE", just blank.
• File direct search function cannot be used
correctly after the 99th song.
• EA1251 does not support List Screen and KEY
PAD screen, as available in certain Multimedia
Station models (Le. VRX745VD).
Playlist
EA1251 simulates iPod as a 6 Disc CD Changer.
Therefore, a maximum of five acceptable playlists
will be indicated as "Disc" in a 6 Disc CD Changer.
Disc 1 is assigned for All Songs Play Mode.
Discs 2 to Discs 6 are assigned for 5 acceptable
playlists.
Other playlist will not be assigned and can only
be played under DISC1.
Playlist assignment
DISC1
DISC2
DISC3
DISC4
DISC5
DISC6
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All Songs Play Mode
clarion1
clarion2
clarion3
c1arion4
clarion5
Changing playlist
EA1251 can search up to about 400 playlists. If
there are more than 400, the main unit might not
response to iPod and displays ER2. If so, reduce
iPod playlists numbers.
Press Disc Down button to change to previous
playlist.
How to create playlist
Press Band (TOP) button to change to next
playlist.
Playlist must be created in iPod prior to connection
to the main unit. Main unit cannot be used to
create playlist. Please consult iPod Users Manual
for playlist creation.
Every time Disc Up, Disc Down or TOP buttons
are pressed, playback will start from the first
song of the playlist (Disc).
Acceptable playlist
Smart playlist
To create acceptable playlist, assign playlist name
as clarion 1, clarion2, clarion3, clarion4, and
c1arion5. Do not add any character before, after
or in between the characters. Use lower case for
all characters.
EA1251 might not play updated songs of "Smart
Playlist" properly.
When iPod is connected to EA1251 and main
unit, main unit will search for available playlist,
and automatically assign acceptable playlists to
Disc 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Only a maximum of 5 playlists
are recognized and assigned. If there are less
than 5 acceptable playlists, unassigned Disc(s)
will show as " No DISC".
"DISC CHECK" is shown during loading.
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Press Disc Up button to change to next playlist.
Some main unit models with CD-Text function
have the capability to show CD-Text. When iPod
is connected to these models, the following text
will be displayed:
• Artist Name as Artist Title (64 byte)
• Song Name as Track Title (255 byte)
• Album Name as Disc Title (64 byte)
Long press Title button to change text as follows:
User Title -7 Disc Title -7 Artist -7 Track Title ...
• If there are more than 2 bytes of UTF8 data,
EA1251 will change these to space character.
• If every title data is non ASCII, the display will
show "NO TITLE".
• Disc Title will display as Album Title.
Note:
Some of main unit may not display title properly. In
this case, please press "DISPLAY" key and refresh
TITLE display again.
iPod
iPod
iPod
iPod
3rd Generation (Software Version 2.2 or higher).
4th Generation (Software Version 3.01 or higher).
mini (Software Version 1.2 or higher).
photo (does not apply to picture display).
When EA1251 receives this command, main unit will show as "NO TITLE".
If the main unit source button is continuously
pressed, the main unit will change from iPod mode
to other mode (depends on connections and system
installed). iPod playback is temporarily paused.
ER2
ER3
iPod setting and play position is kept as long as
iPod is still connected during this period.
Main unit does not receive
any response from iPod.
Disconnect iPod, reset and reconnect
(refer to iPod document).
Reduce playlist number or check connection.
Communication error.
Change mode of main unit to others and change
back to iPod or disconnect/reconnect iPod.
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