Clarion NX409 Owner`s manual

Clarion NX409 Owner`s manual
Owner's manual & Installation manual
Mode d'emploi et manuel d'installation
Manual de instrucciones yde instalaci6n
NX409
NZ409
2-DIN ·DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION
WITH BUILT-IN NAVIGATION
& 6.5" TOUCH PANEL CONTROL
DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION
WITH BUILT-IN NAVIGATION
& 7"TOUCH PANEL CONTROL
STATION MULTIMEDIA DVD 2-DIN
AVEC NAVIGATIONINTEGREE
ETeCRAN TACTILE DE 6,5 POUCES
STATION MULTIMEDIA DVD
AVEC NAVIGATION·INTEGREE
ET eCRANTACTILE DE 7POUCES
ESTACION DVD MULTIMEDIA DOBLE DIN
CON SI.STEMA DE NAVEGACION
INCORPORADOY PANTALLA TACTILDE 6,5"
ESTACION DVD MULTIMEDIA
CON SISTEMA DE NAVEGACION
INCORPORADOY PANTALLA TACTIL DE 7"
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NX409/NZ409
Contents
1. FEATURES
Expanding Systems
2. PRECAUTIONS
3. CONTROLS
Operational Panel
Functions of Buttons
Remote Control
Functions of Remote Control Buttons
4. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING
Operation panel
Navigation System
USB Port
Cleaning
Handling Discs
5. DVD VIDEO SYSTEM
DVD Video Features
Discs
About the registered marks etc
6. OPERATIONS
Basic Operations
Radio Operations
DVD Video Player Operations
Sirius Satellite Radio Operations
Navigation System Operations
Introduction to Navigation Software
Main Menu Screen Operations
Route to Home Address
Select the Destination
• Address or Intersection Mode
• Point of Interest Mode
• Coordinates Mode
• Edit Favorites Mode
• History Mode
System Preferencies Setup
Office Address Setup
Trip Computer Readings and Resets
7. ACCESSORIES
iPod/iPhone Operations
USB Operations
AUX In/AV In Operations
Camera In Operations
Setup Operations
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
9. ERROR DISPLAYS
1O.SPECIFICATIONS
INSTALLATION/WIRE CONNECTION GUIDE
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1. FEATURES
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• Double Din 6.5" Touch Panel Control
• Motorized 7" Touch Panel Control
• DVD Video/CD-DAlMP3/WMA
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• Built-In Navigation
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Satellite Radio
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Expanding visual features
Rear monitor
iPod
USB
Memory
External power amplifier
Back up
camera
Expanding sound features
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The items listed outside the frames are the commercial products generally sold.
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NX409/NZ409
A WARNING
• For your safety, the driver should not watch any video sources and/or operate the controls while driving.
Please 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.
• When using the navigation system, follow the precautions listed below. After reading this manual,
be sure to keep it in a handy place (such as the glove box of your car).
• This navigation system should not be used to replace your own judgment. No 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.
• The advice provided by the navigation system is to be regarded as a suggestion only. There may
be times when 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.
• Do not use the navigation system to locate emergency services. The database does not contain a
complete 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.
• As the driver, you alone are responsible for your driving safety.
• In order to avoid a traffic accident, do not operate the system while driving.
• In order to avoid a traffic accident, operate the system only when the vehicle is stopped at a safe
place and the parking brake is on.
• In 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.
• The 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.
• Where actual road conditions and highway regulations differ from the information contained on
the navigation system, abide by the highway regulations.
• Keep the amount of time spent viewing the screen while driving to a strict minimum.
• The 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.
• Do not disassemble or modify this unit. It may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock.
• Do not use this unit when a trouble exists, such as no screen content appears or no sound is
audible. It may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock. For that case, consult your authorized
dealer or a nearest Clarion service center.
• In case of a problem, such as foreign materials have entered in the unit, the unit gets wet, or
smoke or strange 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.
• Use a fuse with the same specification only when replacing the fuse.
Using a fuse with a different specification may causes a fire.
• For the installation of this unit or a change in the installation, ask your authorized dealer or a
nearest Clarion 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 (DVDI
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.
INFORMATION FOR USERS:
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO
THIS PRODUCT NOT APPROVED
BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID
THE WARRANTY AND WILL VIOLATE
FCC APPROVAL
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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 has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Functions of Buttons
Note: Be sure to read this chapter while
referring to front diagram "CONTROLS"
[MUTE] [. PWR] [VOL] Knob
• Press this knob to turn on the power. Keep
pressing this knob more than 1 second to turn
off the power.
• Press this knob to attenuate the sound of the
receiver, press again to restore sound.
• Rotate the knob to increase or decrease the
volume.
[NAVI/AV] Button
• Press this button to enter navigation video.
• Press this button more than 2 seconds to
return to the previous mode.
[SOURCE] Button
• Press this button to scroll through the available
sources such as AM/FM Tuner, Sirius, DVD,
NAVI, USB, Camera modes, etc.
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[.....] [v] Search/Seek Button
• Press to search next or previous station or
channel in Tuner, Sirius radio modes.
• Press to search next or previous track or
chapter in CD, MP3IWMA, iPod and DVD
video modes.
• Press and hold to fast forward or fast
backward by x2 .4,8,16 step in CD, MP3IWMA
and DVD video mode.
• Press and hold to fast forward or fast
backward in iPod music, Sirius radio mode.
• Press and hold to enter manual seek status in
Tuner and Sirius radio mode, then press briefly
to seek station by step.
[BAND] Button
• Use this button to enter AM/FM tuner mode
from any source.
• Once in AM/FM tuner mode, you can press it
to change bands between FM 1, FM2, FM3,
AM bands.
[PS/AS] Button
• Press this button to start the preset scan
mode.
• Press and hold this button to start the auto
preset scan and setting mode.
[A] [v] Button
Press the buttons to adjust the operational panel
angle.
[INFO] Button
Press to turn On and Off to display list in
Tuner, Sirius radio, DVD/CD modes.
[push ENn [SEL] Button
• Press to move to next folder in iPod mode.
• Press to confirm and play current media file
in CD, MP3IWMA, DVD and iPod mode.
[DISPLAY] Button
• Press this button to display band in Radio,
Sattelite, CD/DVD, iPod mode.
• Press one more time to dispaly current time
from any mode.
RESET Button
• Press this button to reset the unit.
SENSOR
• Receiver for the remote control unit (operating
range: 30 degree in all directions).
Play /Pause Button I Scan Button
Press to play, pause or scan audio or video.
• Press shortly to scan.
• Press and hold one time:
Audio or video file will be paused. If then press
briefly, file will be resumed to play.
• Press and hold two times:
Audio or video file will be stopped. If then
press briefly, file will be played from the
beginning.
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[~] Eject
• Press to eject disc from unit when panel
is opened.
[OPEN] [CLOSE] Button
Use this button to open/close operation panel.
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Replacing the batteries
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.
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* Only when capable iPod/iPhone
is connected
Note:
Using batteries improperly can cause
them to explode. Take note of the
following points:
• When replacing batteries, replace
both batteries with new ones.
• Do not short-circuit, disassemble or
heat batteries.
• Do not dispose of batteries into fire or
flames.
• Dispose of spent batteries properly.
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Functions of Remote Control Buttons
You can use the remote control unit to control the NX409 and NZ409.
Note:
• The wireless remote control operation may not be optimal in direct sunlight.
Shared modes
['-], [~] Buttons
[MODE] Button
• Press this button to scroll through the various
available sources such as the AM/FM tuner,
DVD player, iPod, Sirius Radio, or AUX IN.
[VOLUME] Button
Increase and decrease volume.
[MUTE] Button
Turns mute on and off.
[POWER] Button .
Press this button to turn the unit on or off.
Press to manually select the next higher or
lower station in TUNER and Satellite Radio
modes.
[..A.], [~ Buttons
Press to scroll through the saved presets in
the TUNER mode. Press [OK] to tune to the
highlighted preset.
[INFO] Button
Pr~ss.to switch in and .o.ut of th~ LIST mode
while In the TUNER/ SiriUS RadiO mode.
menu screens.
[OPEN] Button
Press this button to OPEN or CLOSE the
motorized screen. Please ensure there are
no obstructions before starting the operation.
[MENU] Button
Press this button to enter the MAIN MENU.
From the main menu, you can select your
desired source or change your settings.
[PIC] Button
Press this button to change your monitor
settings such as Brightness, Color, and
Contrast.
[SEL] Button
Press this button to change your audio
settings such as Tone, Fader, and Balance.
lESC] Button
Press this button to exit selection and
adjustment menus.
eve PLAYER mode
[BAND] button
Switches reception band.
[0 _9] Buttons
• Press to turn on and off the playtime display in
the DVD video.
• Press to switch in and out of the LIST mode
while playing CD audio.
[SEARCH] Button
Press to open the direct search menu while in
the DVD video mode.
[OK] Button
Press to select, play or pause video and
audio media.
[./BAND] Button
·Press to stop video and audio media playback.
[0 - 9] Buttons
• Press to enter DVD video chapters/titles in the
Key Pad screen.
• Press to set the track/folder number of the CD,
or MP3IWMA in the Key Pad screen.
[DISC SEL] Button
• Press to show/hide the Track List screen in the
CD mode.
• Press to show/hide the Folder List screen in
the MP3IWMA mode.
• Use in the Key Pad screen to set the radio
frequency or Satellite Radio channels.
• Use to select the preset number in the Preset
. List screen.
[SEARCH] Button
Press to show/hide the Key Pad screen.
[OK] button
Press to fix the entered data in the Key Pad
screen.
[TITLE] Button
Press to go to the title menu on the DVD.
[ROOT] Button
Press to go to the root menu on the DVD.
[..A.], [,-], [.... ], [~] Buttons
• Press to select button items on the menu
screen of a DVD video.
• Press [.... ], [~] to scroll the through the page
screens in the CD and MP3IWMA modes. .
TUNER/Satellite Radio mode
[,....], [~] Buttons
Press to seek the next available higher or
lower station in TUNER mode. In Sirius Radio
mode, you will scroll through the categories.
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Functions of Remote Control Buttons
[..... ), [~) Buttons
• Press to select the next higher or lower
chapter number in DVD video mode.
• Press to select the next higher or lower track
in CD.
["-), [~ )Buttons
Press to perform fast-forward and fastbackward. Press again to advance to higher
speed reversing or forwarding such as 2x,
4x, ax and 1 6x. Press once more to resume
normal speed playback.
[RPT] Button
• Press to perform chapter repeat in the DVD
video mode, and track repeat in CD and MP31
WMA modes.
• Press again to perform title repeat in DVD
video mode or folder repeat in MP3IWMA
mode. In CD mode, this will activate the repear
all mode.
• Press again to perform all repeat in MP3IWMA
playback mode.
[A --'B) Button
• Press to set initial starting point of repeat.
The screen will show 'REP A-'.
• Press again to set repeat ending point.
The screen will show 'REP A-B'
• Press again to turn off A-B repeating. The
screen will show 'REP AS Off'
[ZOOM) Button
Press to turn on and zoom in while in DVD
Video mode. You can zoom in up to 3x.
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[AUDIO) Button
Press to switch the AUDIO function in the DVD
video mode.
[SUB-T) Button
Press to display subtitles in the DVD video
mode.
[ANGLE) Button
Press to switch the ANGLE function in the DVD
video mode when the Angle mark is displayed.
[OK) Button
Press to play or pause the selected media.
["'), [~) Buttons
Press to scroll the list screens.
[ ..... ), [~) Buttons
Press to select the next higher or lower track
numbers.
["-), [~ ) Buttons
Press to perform fast-forward or fast-backward
searching. Press again to change the speed
to 2x, 4x, 8x or 16x.
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4. CAUTIONS ON
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For a longer service life, be sure to read the following cautions.
• The operation panel will operate properly in a
temperature range of 0° to 60° C.
• Do not allow any liquids on the set from
drinks, umbrellas etc. Doing so may damage
the internal circuitry.
• Do not disassemble or modify the set in any
way. Doing so may result in damage.
• Subjecting the operation panel to shocks may
result in breakage, deformation or other
damage.
• Do not let cigarettes burn the display.
Doing so may damage or deform the cabinet.
• If a problem should occur, have the set
inspected at your store of purchase.
• Do not insert objects or poke in the space
between the operation panel and the main
unit when the panel is tilted.
• The remote control unit may not work if the
remote control sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight.
• In 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
temperature increases.
• Small black and shiny spots inside the liquid
crystal panel are normal for LCD products.
Navigation System
• To prevent discharge of the car battery, use
this system with the engine of the vehicle
running as much as possible.
• The housing of this unit may become hot
because this unit has a high-speed CPU. Be
careful to handle the unit during navigating or
immediately after turning the power off.
• Turn off the power of the vehicle when
connecting or disconnecting wires. Doing this
while the power of the vehicle is turned on,
may cause a trouble or malfunction.
Note:
• When using this unit first time after
purchasing, or not used for long periods
of time, it might take about 5 to 15 minutes
until the current location is determined
using GPS. Moreover, even when using
it often, it may take about 2 to 3 minutes until
the current location is determined according
to the GPS measuring situation.
• When the route (path) cannot be calculated,
move desired destination to a nearby main
road and perform calculation again. It may
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be impossible to find a route in case the
car location is too close to the desired
destination.
• For vehicles equipped with an intelligent key,
do not bring the intelligent key close to the
unit of the navigation system. The navigation
system may not operate correctly.
• If an electrical equipment that generates
a strong electrical noise is used near this
unit, the screen may be disturbed and noise
may be generated. In this case, keep away
such an electrical equipment or refrain from
using it.
• Data saved to the flash memory may get lost
in case of a breakdown, malfunction, or other
trouble of this unit.
• Operation of the navigation system may be
limited to protect the unit if the temperature is
extremely high or low. In such a case, please
wait until temperature becomes normal again.
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USB Port
• The USB memory stick may stick out when
inserted, 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.
• The USB memory sticks must be recognized
as "USB 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.
• Data files may be broken when using USB
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.
• Some USB memory sticks cannot be insertled
to the main unit because of their shape. In
such cases, use a commercial USB extension
cable to connect them.
• Connecting with the computer is not covered.
• Music files (MP3, WMA, etc.) stored in the
USB memory stick cannot be played back.
A. WARNING
Alkaline (CR) button batteries contain
Perchlorate.
Don't put in Trash.
Dispose as Hazardous Waste.
Cleaning
• Cleaning the cabinet
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.
• Cleaning the liquid crystal panel
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
• New 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.
Storage
• Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or
any heat source.
• Do not expose discs to excess humidity
or dust.
• Do not expose discs to direct heat from
heaters.
Cleaning
• To remove fingermarks and dust, use a
soft cloth and wipe in a straight line from
the center of the disc to the
circumference.
• Do not use any solvents, such as
commercially available cleaners,
anti-static spray, or thinner to clean discs.
• After using special disc cleaner, let the
disc dry off well before playing it.
• Never stick labels on the surface of the
disc or mark the surface with a pencil or
pen.
• Never playa disc with any cellophane
tape or other 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.
• Do not use discs that have large
scratches, are misshapen, cracked, etc.
Use of such discs may cause
misoperation or damage.
• To remove a disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case and
lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the
edges.
• Do 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.
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On Discs
• Exercise a good precaution when loading
a disc. The operation panel will close
automatically when leaving it open for a
while.
• Never turn off the power and remove the
unit from the car with a disc loaded.
ACAUTION
For your safety, the driver should not
insert or eject a disc, opening the
operation panel while driving.
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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:
• The functions described in this section,
for example, the recorded language,
subtitles, angles, etc. differ depending on
the OVO video disc.
Refer to the instructions provided with the
OVO video.
• Some 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.
• The languages stored on the disc are
indicated by the icon shown below.
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Multi-angle function
A DVD video that is filmed from multiple
angles allows you to select the angle of
choice.
• The number of recorded angles are
indicated by the icon shown below.
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.
The 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 playback.
Menu screens
Menus can be called up during DVD
video playback to perform menu setting.
• Example showing menu display
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Discs
Playable discs
This DVD video player can play the following
discs.
Playable discs
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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:
• When you play a'CD Extra disc, only the
first session will be recognized.
Discs that cannot be played back
This DVD video player cannot play back DVDAudio, DVD-RAM, Photo CDs, etc.
Note:
• It may also not be possible to play back CDs
recorded on a CD-R unit and CD-RW unit.
(Cause: disc characteristics, cracks, dust/dirt,
dust/dirt on player's lens, etc.)
• If a CD-R or CD-RW disc that has not
been finalized is played, it will take a long
time to start playing. Also, it may not be
possible to play depending on its recording
conditions.
• You cannot play SuperAudio CDs. Playback of
the CD player is not supported even if it is a
hybrid disc.
About playing a CD-R/CD-RWdisc
(MP3, WMA)
This player can play CD-R/CD-RW discs
previously recorded in music CD format (MP3,
WMA) or video CD format.
About playing a DVD-R/RW or DVD+RlRW
disc
This player cannot play DVD-R/RW and DVD-RI
RW discs previously recorded in video CD
format.
However, MP3IWMA files recorded on DVD-RI
RW and DVD+R/RW discs can be played.
About MP3IWMA playback
This unit can play back CD-R/CD-RW, DVD-RI
RW and DVD-R/RW discs on which MP3IWMA
music data have been recorded.
For a detailed information, see the section
entitled "Listening to MP3IWMA".
Note on region numbers
The DVD video system assigns a region number
to DVD video players and DVD discs by sates
area. DVD video players sold in the United
States can play back DVD discs with the region
number
"ALL:', "1" or any combination of numbers that
also incorporate a "1".
The DVD video region number is marked on the
disc jacket as shown below.
About the registered marks, etc.
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision,
and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses
only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
• Windows Media TM. and the Windows® logo are trademarks.
or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/ or other countries.
• "Made for iPod" means that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has
been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
"Works with iPhone" means that an electronic accessory
has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone
and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or
its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
• "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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iPod and iTunes® are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
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6. OPERATIONS
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Note:
• Be sure to read this chapter referring to the
chapter "3. CONTROLS"
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When the unit is turned on, starting and
stopping the engine with its volume raised to
the maximum level may harm your hearings.
Be careful about adjusting the volume.
Turning ON and OFF the Power
Note:
• Start the engine before using this unit.
• Be careful about using this unit for a long time
without running the engine. If you drain the
car's battery too far, you may not be able to
start the engine and this can reduce the
service life of the battery.
1. Start the engine. The power button I knob
illumination on the unit will light up.
2. Press the [. PWR] button on the tuner to turn
ON the power.
3. Press the [<!>] power button on the remote
control to turn ON the power.
4. To turn OFF the power, press and hold the
[ . PWR] power button on the tuner for more
than 2 seconds.
5. To turn OFF the power, press and hold the
[ <!>] power button on the remote control for
more than 2 seconds.
Opening and Closing Operational Panel
Press [OPEN] button on the unit (NZ409).
The operational panel will be open.
Press the same button again to close the panel.
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• Do not move the operation panel forcibly or
do not apply strong force to the operation
panel.
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• When the operation panel is operating, be
careful not to get your hand or finger caught
between the operation panel and main unit
or its mechanical parts.
• The driver should not operate the operation
panel while driving.
Adjusting the Angle of the Operational Panel
Adjust the desired angle by pressing [ A] [v]
tilt buttons on the unit (NZ409).
Selecting a Mode
1. Touch the screen button on the Main Menu to
enter the desired mode: Tuner, Disc, NAVI,
USB, Sirius, AUX IN, AV IN, etc., iPod/iPhone.
*External equipment not connected to this unit
is not displayed.
Engine ON
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Turning Monitor ON or OFF
1. Touch the screen button Monitor OFF on the
Main Menu to turn Off the screen.
2. Touch the screen button again to turn monitor
screen On.
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Basic Operations
Adjusting the volume
4.Touch the [@]] key to return to the previous
screen.
• In the following sections, only the details
regarding adjustments are described,
procedures to select items are skipped.
Turn the volume knob to adjust the volume.
Clockwise: Increases the volume.
Counter- clockwise: Decreases the volume.
• The volume level indicated in the display is
in a range from 0 (min.) to 40 (max.).
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Mute
Press the [MUTE] [PWR] button to turn mute On
and Off.
Adjusting the Settings
1. Press [Setup] to enter setting menu mode.
2. Press the desired mode button.
Modes come in the following order:
• General, including Clock settings, Beep,
Camera Image, Radio Field, Tel Mute, Tel
SP, Auxin Input
• Video, ASP, Navigation, Misc.
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Adjusting the Balance/Fade
1. Touch the BALANCE or FADE in the
EO menu.
2. Touch the [F] or [R] key to adjust to the
fader level.
• The factory default setting is "0".
(Adjustment range: front 9 to rear -9)
3. Touch the [L] or [R] key to adjust to the
balance level.
• The factory default setting is "0".
(Adjustment range: left -9 to right 9)
Adjusting the Bass
The bass gain and bass frequency can
be adjusted as follows.
1. Touch [-] or [+] key to set the
desirable level.
Adjusting the Treble
3. Perform the adjustment for the desired item.
See the following sections fo details_
Adjusting the Audio
1. Press the [EO] button on the screen or
the [SEL] button on the remote control.
2. Touch the item key to adjust.
3. Perform the adjustment.
The treble gain and treble frequency can
be adjusted as follows.
1. Touch [-] or [+] key to set the desirable
level.
2. To set the treble center frequency, enter
the ASP adjustment in the SETTING menu.
See the following sections for detail.
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Basic Op_e_ra_t_io_n_s
Adjusting the clock
Press the [Setup] button. The Setup menu will
be displayed. Touch "Clock" in General sub
menu.
2. Set up the time by touching the digital
numbers on the screen.
3. Touch the [Clock Mode] to change time
settings to 12Hr or 24Hr. Select 12AM or PM
mode.
Adjusting the Radio region
1. Touch the [Radio Field] button in the Setup
menu.
2. A region selection menu will appear. Scroll
down using the arrow at the bottom of the
menu. Scroll up using the arrow at the
bottom of the menu. Select the area's radio
region that you are in. If the region selected is
incorrect, radio reception will be poor.
Displaying the Navigation Map
1. Touch the [Navi] button on the Main Menu
screen.
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2. Press the highlighted check mark (Accept).
The Main Menu will be displayed. Select your
destination.
3. Select one of the options dispalyed on the
screen.
• GoTo...
• Point of Interest
• State or Province: CA (The software
remembers the last State/Province)
• History (The adresses you navigate before)
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4. The navigation system will calculate a route to
the selected destination by using the criteria
set in Setup Mode.
5. Touch the State or Province button.
The "City" keyboard screen will be displayed.
Press the "Check" (1) button to choose the city
from the list, or spell the City name on
keyboard. Than press Enter (2) button.
The warning screen will be displayed.
1. Check button
2. Enter button
3. Return to previous screen (menu)
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6. Enter the required information on the screens
displayed in the order shown below.
In order to proceed to the next sreen,
press the "Check" button.
9. To set up navigation menu, see "Navigation
set up " in "Setup Operations" chapter.
Reset to Factory Defaults
1. Press Setup to enter setting menu mode.
2. Press the Misc button.
3. Press Load Factory button.
Select [YES] to restore your unit to factory
default settings. This function will erase all
memory from the unit and you must reset all
personalized items such as tuner presets.
NOTE: You will be asked once to confirm that
you would like to re.set the unit. The unit will
power down and restart with factory defaults.
7. Press the highlighted "Start Route" button.
8. Route map will be displayed. The navigation to
your destination will start.
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Map Scale
GPS Status
Com ass Position
Current Time
6. Back to Menu
7. Locallnformation
8. Mute
9. Chan e View
10. Zoom In
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Radio Op_e_ra_t_io_n_s
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Listening to the Radio
1. Touch the Tuner button on the Main menu
display. The tuner mode screen is displayed.
2. Press the [BAND] 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 ...
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Seek Tuning
Tuner display
Sianal intensitv
Time display
Return to previous
screen
Band display
Loc/DX display
Stereo/Mono
signal mode
Preset list
Seek down
Tune down
Scan button
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18.
Tune Up
Seek Un
Band button
AS button
PS button
LOC/DX Button
Slide Bar (Use it
to hide some
function buttons)
19. Previous page
button
20. Next page button
21. EO mode button
1. Press the [BAND] button to select the radio
band (FM or AM).
2. Touch the [..... ] or [~] key to automatically
seek a station.
• When touching the [~] key, the station is
sought in the direction of higher frequencies.
·When touching the [..... ] key, the station is
sought in the direction of lower frequencies.
• Using the tuner unit:
1. Press the [BAND] button to select the
desire band (FM or AM) on the tuner.
2. Press the preset station (1 to 5) on tuner
display.
3. Press [X] or [I] to select next station up
or down the preset list.
4. Press [AS] button to auto search the preset
stations.
Manual Tuning
Auto Store
1. Press the [BAND] button to select the radio
band (FM or AM).
2. Touch the [ ... ] or [ ~ ] key to automatically
seek a station.
• When touching the [ ~ ] key, the station is
sought in the direction of higher frequencies.
• When touching the [ ... ] key, the station is
sought in the direction of lower frequencies.
The Auto Store is a function for storing up to 12
stations that are automatically tuned in
sequentially. If 12 receivable stations cannot be
received, a previously stored station remains
unoverwritten at the memory position.
1. Touch the [Band] key to select the desired
band. (FM or AM)
2. Touch the [AS] key momentarily to start
the Auto Store function.
A beep sounds and the stations with good
reception are stored automatically to the
preset channels.
Recalling a preset station
There are 2 ways to recall the preset station.
• Using the remote control:
1. Press the [BAND] button to select the
desire band (FM or AM) on the remote
control.
2. Press the preset number (1 to 6) on
numeric pad.
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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 [Band] key to select the desired
band. (FM or AM)
2. Touch the [PS] key to start the Preset Scan.
The unit starts scanning each station for 10
seconds sequentially.
3. When the desired station is tuned in, touch
the [PS] key again to continue receiving that
station.
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LOC/OX Setting
The OX / LOC setting changes the tuner
sensitivity in order to seperate closely spaced
stations. This feature is useful in areas that
have many radio stations in close proximity.
1. Touch the [OX] key to switch to LOCAL
tuner sensitivity.
2. Touch the [LOC] key to switch to OX tuner
sensitivity.
DVD Video Player Operations
Change DVO System Settings
Note:
If the set up operation is performed in
the middle of OVO video play, the disc
will restart from the beginning.
Selecting OVD Set Up Menu
part of image fully on the screen. In some
cases, image is displayed while being panned
(scrolled).
• When watching a wide type through a wide
type of the rear view monitor (16:9),
the leftmost and rightmost areas of the screen
are not cut off.
1. Press the [SETUP] button on the Main Menu
to access the Video set up menu.
2. Press the [Video]. The video menu is
displayed.
Setting up the Video System Format
Press the Aux IN button on the display to set up
the video system format: Auto, PAL or NTSC.
The default setting is Auto.
Touch the required system format on the screen.
Setting up the Video Brightness
Setting up the Screen Size
Press the [TV Shape] button on the display in
to change the sceen size 4:3 or 16:9.
The factory default setting is" 16:9 ",
• When watching a wide type through a
conventional type of the rear view monitor
(4:3), the leftmost and rightmost areas of the
screen are cut off.
Press the brightness button. Touch the desired
video brightness displayed, on scale from 0 to
20.
This function allows displaying the important
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DVD Video Player Operations
Setting up the password for parental level
control
The factory default setting is "0000".
1. In Main Menu press Setup button. Press
Misc button on the dispaly. Touch the
Set Password ---- and a numerical key pad
will appear.
slot the label side facing up.
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For your safety, the driver should not insert
or eject a disc, or operate the controls
while driving.
Note:
• Never insert foreign objects into the disc
insertion slot.
• If the disc is not inserted easily, there maybe
another disc in the mechanism or the unit may
require service.
• Bcm (single play) discs cannot be used.
2. Disc starts playing automatically.
AWARNING
Input a new password. The password is set.
Note: When a disc with view restrictions is
inserted, you will be prompted to input
a password. The disc will not be
viewable until the correctpassword is
entered.
Set rating for parental level control
1. Select MiSe screen while in
SETUP mode. Press Kid Sat button.
Press the desired rating for level control.
Use this table to set the parental level.
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• The 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.
Some videos may be recorded at higher
than desired volume levels. Increase the
volume gradually from the minimal
setting after the video has started.
Ejecting a disc
1. To eject a disc press eject [~ ] button.
The play mode than 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 set to the Tuner mode.
Note: If you force a disc into before auto
reloading, it will damage a disc.
Showing DVD Player mode screen
After disc is loaded, the play mode is
automatically engaged.
Touch the screen of the playing disc to display
DVD Video menu. The display will return to the
playback screen, if you do not touch the screen
for 5 seconds.
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Note: Refer to the diagram in "CONTROLS"
chapter.
1. To load a disc:
Press the [OPEN] button to flip down
the front panel. (NZ409 only)
Insert the disc into the center of the insertion
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DVD Video Player Operations
1. MENU Button
2. INFO Button
3. A-B Repeat Button
4. Repeat Button
5. Subtitle Button
6. Channel Button
7. Back Button
8.
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12.
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14.
Chap Button
Previous Track Button
Fast Backward Button
Play/Pause Button
Fast Forward Button
Next Track Button
Stop Button
Operate the DVD Player menu
You can select the button items displayed in the
DVD menu by directly touching it.
If the button items are hard to select correctly,
you can also operate them by using the remote
control directional buttons.
Stop Playback
1. Touch the [_] key. Playback is stopped.
touch the [CHAP] key.
The Key Pad screen appears with the chapter
number input mode. Touching the [Title] key
turns the Key Pad to the title number input
mode. Touching the [Time] key turns the Key
Pad to the time number input mode.
• Title
A large segment to divide the data area of
the disc.
• Chapter
A small segment to divide the data area of
the disc.
• Time
A specific time on the disc.
2. Input the number of the title/chapter/time that
you want to play back with the [0] to [9] key.
3. Touch the [OK] key.
2. To resume playback, press the [_] button.
Playback resumes from the scene where
playback is stopped.
Play/Pause Playback
1. Touch the [~/II] key to pause during
playback.
2. Touch the
playback.
[~/II]
key again to resume
Skip(Search) a Chapter
1. Press the [ ...... ] or [~ ] button during
playback.
2. Press the [A] or [v] button during
playback. (NZ409)
Chapters are skipped down or up from current locations, as many times as the button is
pressed, and playback starts.
Fast Forward Fast Backward
1. Press the [~] or [~] button to start your
fast backward or fast forward during playback.
The playback speed starts at 2x, then will
increase to 4x,8x, and 1 6x with each
additional press.
*No audio is reproduced during fast forward
and fast backward operation.
*The fast forward and fast backward speed
may differ depending on the disc.
Search with a Chapterffitle Number
You can locate the beginning of a scene using
the chapter numbers or title numbers recorded
on the DVD Video disc.
1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen,
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Playback starts from the scene of the input
title number, time or chapter number.
*If the input title/chapter/time number does
not exist or searching with a title/chapter
number is not allowed, the screen image will
not change.
4. Touch the [QJ] Back key.
Repeat Playback
This operation plays back chapters recorded on
the DVD-Video repeatedly.
1. Showing the DVD Player mode screen,
touch the [~] Repeat key.
2. Touch the [~] key once for Chapter
Repeat, again for Title Repeat.
3. Press the [~] button again to turn off
the repeat playback.
RepeatA-+B
Select the desired passage to play back.
Touch [~] repeat A to B button.
Selected passage starts play again.
Touch this button again to stop replay.
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DVD Video Player Operations
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 PLAYER mode screen,
touch the [CHAP] key during playback.
The title menu screen appears.
*Depending on the disc, the title menu cannot
be called.
2. Select the button items displayed in the title
menu screen by the same way of the DVD
menu operation.
*Depending on the disc, items cannot be
selected with the ten-key buttons.
Using the Title Menu
On discs in which two or more audios or audio
languages have been recorded, you can switch
among the audio languages during playback.
1. Touch the
audio key during playback.
• Each time you touch the key, you can switch
among audio languages.
• It may take time to switch among audios.
* Depending on the disc, up to 8 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, the
language specified on the disc.
* Depending on the disc, switching may be
completely impossible or impossible on
some scenes.
2. The DVD PLAYER mode screen will hide in
5 seconds after your selection is made.
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2. The DVD Player mode screen will hide in
5 seconds after your selection is made.
3. To turn off subtitles, repeat touching [Sub T.]
key until subtitles are turned off.
Switching angles
On DVD discs in which video images have been
recorded in two or more angles, you can switch
among the angles during playback.
1. Touch the [Angle] button on the remote
control during playback. Each time you
touch the key, you can switch among angles.
* It may take time to switch among angles.
* Depending on the disc, up to 9 angles may
be recorded. For details, see the mark of the
disc: ( eBllndicates multi-angle).
* Depending on the disc, angles may switch
smoothly or switch with a momentary still
image.
* Depending on the disc, switching may be
completely impossible or impossible on
some scenes.
* Depending on the disc, scenes recorded in
two or more angles may be played back.
Displaying the playback status
Touch the [INFO] key on the DVD Player
mode screen, or remote control.
Playback status is displayed on the screen.
Switching Subtitles
On DVD discs in which two or more subtitle
languages have been recorded, you can switch
among the subtitle languages during playback.
1. Touch the [Sub T.] key during playback.
Each time you touch the key, you can switch
among subtitles.
• It may take time to switch among subtitles.
* Depending on the disc, up to 32 kinds of
subtitles may be recorded. For details, see
the mark of the disc: ((glndicates that 8
kinds of 8 subtitles have been recorded).
* Depending on the disc, switching may be
completely impossible or impossible on
some scenes.
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DVD Video Player Operations
LISTENING TO a CD
Scanning the Tracks
1. Touch the [Scan] button during playback.
Touch again to advance to higher speed
reversing or forwarding such as 2x,4x, 8x
and 16x. Press once more to resume
normal speed playback.
Searching with the Track Number
1. Mute Display
2. Repeat Display
3. Shuffle Display
4. Time Display
5. Back Button
6. Keyboard Button
7. Repeat Button
8. Shuffle Button
9. Previous Track Button
10. Play/Pause Button
11. Next Track Button
12. Stop Button
13. Previous Page Button
14. Next Page Button
15. EO Button
16. Source Display
17. Song Title
18. Artist Information
19. Album Information
20. Scan Button
21. Slide Bar
Pausing Playback
1. Touch the [~] button to pause playback.
2. To resume playback, touch the same button
again.
This operation allows searching using the track
numbers recorded on the CDs.
1. Touch the [m] keyboard button on a display.
The 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.
• If the input track number does not exist or
searching with a track number is not
allowed, the screen image will not change.
Selecting a track on the Track List Screen
This function allows you to select tracks from a
displayed list.
1. Touch the trak title on the display list.
The selected track will start playing.
2. When the desired track is not displayed, touch
the [ X] or [~] key to scroll the track list.
3. Touch the desired track title key.
The corresponding track is started playback.
4. Press the [Lt] key to return to the previous
screen.
Skipping a Track (searching)
Other various play functions
Touch the [ .....] button during playback.
Tracks are skipped, as many as the times the
button is pressed, and playback starts.
• Pressing the [~] button starts playback
from the beginning of the next track.
• Pressing the [ .....] button starts playback
from the beginning of the current track.
When this button is pressed again within
about 2 seconds, playback starts from the
beginning of the previous track.
Touch the touch key of the function you want
to play.
Repeat [d]: 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 right area of the screen.
Fast Forward and Fast Backward
1. Press and hold the [~] or [.....] button
during playback.
Press again to advance to higherspeed
reversing or forwarding such as 2x,4x, 8x
and 1 6x. Press once more to resume
normal speed playback.
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Shuffle [X]: Touch this button to shuffle the
tracks during playback.
Touch this button again to turn off the feature.
• A shuffle symbol is displayed in the info
window in the upper right area of the screen.
Stop Playing [.]: Stop play all the tracks.
Set up [~ ] Audio: Touch this button to enter
Audio menu.
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DVD Video Player Operations
Listening to MP3IWMA
This unit is an 103 Tag compatible model.
This unit supports the 103 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.
After USB device inserted into USB slot, or
disc is loaded, the play mode is automaticlly
engaged.
What is MP3IWMA?
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 CO-R disc or CO-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 MP3IWMA TAG titles
Tag information such as title, artist and album
title can be displayed for MP3IWMA file
containing Tag information.
Precautions when creating an MP3 disc
• File extensions
1. Always add a file extension ".MP3" or ".mp3"
to an MP3 file, and ".WMA" or ".wma" to a
WMA file by 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) mixedly for file extensions, normal
play may not be possible.
2. Files other than MP3IWMA 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.
• File and Disc Not Supported
Files and discs with following extensions are
not supported: *.AAC, *.OLF, *.M3U, *.PLS,
MP3 PRO files, files with DRM, open session
discs.
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• Logical format (File system)
1. When writing an MP3IWMA file on a disc
please select "1509660 level 1 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 MP3IWMA 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.
• Entering File and Folder Names
Names using the code list characters are the
only file names and folder names that can be
entered and displayed. Using any other
charac~er will cause the file and folder names
to be displayed incorrectly.
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• Electronic Shock Protection
10 seconds for CO-OA (COA)
45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1 kHz,
128kbps
90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1 kHz,
128kbps
• Folder structure
1. A disc with a folder having more than 8
hierarchical levels will conflict with the
IS09660 and playback will be impossible.
• Number of files or folders
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).
• Some noise may occur depending on the
type of encoder software used while
recording.
• In case of a track recorded at VBR (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.
• After disc selection, the play mode is
automatically engaged.
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Playing MP3 folders
Playback Picture Menu
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
MP3IWMA files are to be played by assigning
file names beginning with play sequence
numbers such as "01" to "99".
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 picture on the display comes with the
different functions to operate.
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2.
3.
4.
Back Button
Menu Button
Previous Picture Button
Next Picture Button
5. Stop Button
6. Rotate Picture counterclockwise
7. Rotate Picture clockwise
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Touch [~] button to play next picture.
Touch [~] button to play previous picture.
Touch [.] button to stop playing.
Touch [0] button to rotate picture 90°
counterclockwise.
• Touch [C] button to rotate picture 90°
clockwise.
• Touch [MENU] button to return to disc root
Menu.
• Touch [~] button to return to the Main menu.
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levels and does not display folders containing
other folders. In the example above, the unit
will display folders 3, 4, 6, and 8, but not 2 and
7 since they do not contain others.
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Sirius Satellite Radio Operations
This function is available when a Sirius Satellite
Radio Receiver is connected through the
dedicated connection. This unit requires the
following receiver:
SIRIUS Satellite Radio Receiver: SC-C1
Call (888) 539-747487 to activate your radio.
• When a channel is out of air time: "OFF AIR"
• When the antenna is disconnected or has
been damaged: "ANTENNA ERROR"
Note:
SIRIUS satellite radio is a subscription service.
Please contact Sirius Radio to begin or alter
your subscription:
• Internet: www.sirius.com
Telephone: 888-539-SIRIUS (747487)
1. Touch the [m] keyboard button on the
SIRIUS Menu display to display the keypad.
Enter "0" and press "OK".
Your SIRIUS ID (12-digit number) will be
displayed.
2. Touch the [Settings] button on the SIRIUS
Menu display to enter Settings menu.
Selecting a Satellite Radio mode
Confirming Your Radio ID
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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Next Category Button
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Previous Category
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1. Touch the [Channels] button on the
SIRIUS Menu display to enter channel list
preview mode.
2. Select the channel with the [.... ] or [~].
Only 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.
Information Displayed During Reception
The following information is displayed when the
satellite radio cannot be received normally.
• When the receiver is turned on the first time or
after a reset: "UPDATING" followed by a
percentage of completion.
• When a channel is being tuned in (no signal is
yet received): "ACQUIRING SIGNAL:'
• A channel without a broadcast has been
selected: "INVALID CHANNEL:'
• A channel not covered by your contract:
"CALL 888-539-SIRIUS"
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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 touching the [0] to [9] keys.
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If you enter a wrong number, you can cancel
it by touching the [BACK] key.
3. Touch the [OK] key.
The radio channel you entered will be tuned.
Channel Selection with the channel number
A total of 20 satellite radio stations 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 the [Preset...] button to enter the
preset list to select or save your presets.
2. Touch [:6:] or [:!:] button to view previous or
next page.
* There are 5 pages of preset memory space
available for your use. You can scroll the
pages using the scroll bar buttons to the right
of the screen.
3. Touch the [Preset...] key to return to the
previous screen.
Auto Preset Store
Note:
When the category selection mode is entered,
the category of the last received channel is
displayed first.
Parental Controls Lock Channels
1. Touch [Settings] button to enter setting list.
2. Touch [Lock] button to enter lock list.
3. Touch [\7] key to view next page in the lock
list.
4. Touch the channel item, and it will be locked
or unlocked altenately.
1. Touch and hold for more than 2 seconds the
corresponding preset key to save the selected
channel.
2. Touch the [~] button to save the current
channel.
Deleting a Preset
1. Touch [Preset...] button and enter the preset
menu.
2. Touch the preset button you would like to
delete.
3. Touch the [DEL] button to delete it.
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1. Touch [Settings] button to enter setting list.
2. Touch [Password] button to enter password
mode.
3. Touch [uP] to set password.
4. Touch [uP] button to remove password.
5. Touch [Settings] button to return to Sirius
menu.
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Satellite Radio allows you to select broadcast
channel category (contents).
1. Touch [Categories] button to enter category
mode.
2. Touch [:6:] or [~] button to view all valid
category.
3. Touch the desired category item key to select
the category.
4. Select the desired channel by touching it
momentarily on the screen.
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Note:
If you set passwords, you must input the correct code
to enter lock list. When you try to locked channel by
keypad, it will dispaly password's keypad. Only entering
correct code can tune to the channel, or it will be back
to the last channel, if a password is wrong.
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Navigation System Operations
Introduction to Navigation Software
Navigation software provides turn-by-turn
visual and voice assistance to direct you to
selected destination. The software quickly
calculates step-by-step directions to any
destination available on the included
navigation map. The navigation software uses
Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, and
a digital roadway map database to calculate
and display travel directions. The system's GPS
antenna receives signals from a constellation
of 24 satellites orbiting the earth and uses the
strongest of signals, to determine your position
to within meters.
Vehicle Position
The navigation software's computer considers
vehicle speed and heading changes, together
with longitude and latitude information, to
accurately determine vehicle heading and
position on a digital map. Signals from GPS
satellites are used to determine the vehicle
location. Three (good) or four (best) satellites
must be received to accurately determine
location. The GPS reception status is indicated
by the GPS symbol on the map.
Map and Information Database
The map database used by navigation software
was created using high-resolution aerial and
land based data collection. Car navigation maps
are frequently updated. While the database
was judged to be as accurate as possible at the
time of its release, a map database can never
be 100% accurate. Road information that is
maintained in the map databases, such as turn
restrictions or road names may change over
time.
Main Menu Screen Operations
1. After the navigation system is activated
by touching "NAVI" button om the Main Menu
screen, the warning screen is displayed.
Press the button to accept it.
2. The "Main Menu" navigation screen is
displayed.
3. Main menu screen has different options:
Home Address - Route to home address.
Go To... - Select a destination for navigation.
Setup - Set preferences for routing and
navigation display.
Office Address - Route to office address.
Trip Computer - Display speed, trip,
odometer reading, clock reading.
4. To operate the navigation system use display
function buttons as described below.
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Display map in 2D view
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Return to the previous screen
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Select cur:ent panned position,
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Page up, page down in
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Reset button
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Zoom in the map to show a smaller
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Delete button (Move cell content to
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Route to home address
Select the destination
1. Touch the Home Address button on the
screen. If the home address is not set
previously, the following screen will be
displayed.
To select the destination press Go To... button
on Main Menu screen. The Go To... screen IS
displayed.
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Prc;ss the check key to display home address
set up screen.
To start your navigation use one of these modes
Address or Intersection
Point of Interest
Favorites
History
Adress or Intersection Mode
1. Press Address or Intersection. if you know
the street address. The spelling keyboard
will be dispayed.
3. Select one of the option on the screen to set
the address. Once the address is set, it will
be saved in the software memory.
4 If the home address was saved previously,
the screen with address will pop up, after
you touched the Home Address button.
Start your route
2. Touch the first letter of deSired city on the
keyboard. The city name Will appear on the
screen.
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3. Touch the ••............. J select key. The list of the
cities, which name starts with same letter, will
be displayed. Press the desired city name.
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4. Touch ~ street key to dispay street
name.
The street screen is displayed.
NOTE: The system remembers the last State/
Province selected, so this step is not
necessary every time.
2. Point of Interest may be searched by
Category, City or Name.
5. Choose desired street by typing on the
keyboard. The list of streets under this
letter will be displayed. Press up or down
button to go thru the list. Select your street.
• Use Category mode, if you are lookig for a
certain service or business, like nearest gas
station.
Press <Ell button to retu rn to the street
mode screen.
6. Touch the _
postal code button to
dispay postal code.
• City mode - select the city by spelling it's
name.
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Name mode - select the name by typing it.
Press the select key to dispaly the list
of the postal code. Select the desired code
and press return key.
Point of Interest Mode
1. Use Point of Interest option when you
are going to a public place or are looking
for some type of facility such as a gasoline
station. After selecting the Point of Interest
option, you must select the State/Province
where the destination is located.
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Coordinates Mode
You can route to a destination by directly
inputting latitude and longitude values.
3. My POI will allow to create and save
your personal points of Interest.
4. Trip Book will allow to navigate multiple
destination trip.
Favorites Mode
You can select your route to a destination by
choosing one of preset favorite places in
the Favorites mode.
Edit Favorites
1. Press this button to edit Address Book, Trail
Book, Trip Book, My POI. The following
screen will pop up.
Address Book is a convenient place to store
frequently visited destinations.
2. Select the mode, you want to edit.
The editing screen will be displayed.
Address Book editing screen:
2. Trail Book will allow to create your own
navigation routes.
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Trail Book editing screen:
System Preferencies Setup
Press this button to set up your preferences for
routing and navigation. The following screen will
pop up. Select the mode you want to be set.
Trip Book editing screen:
1. Press Select Routing Criteria to set up your
driving preferences. Check thE~ preferable
items on pop up screen.
My POI editing screen:
2. Press Display Options to set up your
screen display preferences. All the options
are listed on 3 screens. Check the preferable
items on pop up screen list.
History Mode
Previous destinations entered into your
navigation software are automatically saved into
the memory. Thi$ is helpful when you want to
return to a recent destination, such asa hotel
where you may be staying. The Previous Origin
of the last calculated route is also stored for
easy return to your start point.
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3. Press User Preferences to set up your
personal preferences. All the options
are listed on 2 screens Check the preferable
items on pop up screen list.
• Select the Volume mode The popup screen
will allow to mute or turn on the system
sound.
• Select the GPS Diagnostics mode.
The information about current GPS condition
will be displayed on poup screen.
4 fJress Location Reset to set up your
location preferences. Select the item, you
would like to reset from pop up screen
options.
• Select the System Information mode.
The information about your navigation
system will be displayed on pop up screen.
5. Press System button. The following screen
will pop up.
Office Adress Guidance and Setup
Press this button and the Start Route screen
will pop up.
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If the office address is not saved:
• Press the Favorites on the Main Menu
screen.
• On pop up screen press Edit Favorites button.
The following screen will pop up.
• Press the Office Address button.
The Set Office Address screen will be
displayed. Fill the information in highlighted
items.
Trip Computer Readings and Resets
Press this button to display speed, trip, odometer
reading, clock reading.
Touch the arrow keys down or up the list
or page to display more listed items.
2. Select the item from dispayed list by
touching it.
3. Reset the displayed item by pressing the
~ reset key. The following screen will
pop up.
4. Touch the ,II} check button to accept,
or
cancell button to return back to Trip
Computer screen.
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informaton items.
The following screen will pop up.
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iPodliPhone Operations
iPod/iPhones can be connected by using the connector cable supplied with the iPod/iPhone, but in this
case, you can enjoy its audio sound only. To enjoy video movies stored in the iPod/iPhone with video
displaying them on this unit, it is required to use the special connector cable (CCA-723)
separately sold.
Note:
• This system will not operate or may operate improperly with unsupported versions.
• For detailed information on the playable iPodliPhone models, see our home page: www.clarion.com
Notes on using Apple iPodliPhone
• Do not connect an iPodliPhone to this unit with
a headphone connected to the iPodliPhone.
• After the iPodliPhone 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.
• When in the iPod mode, a special iPodliPhone
control screen is displayed different from the
main screens for other modes.
• When in the iPod mode, the screen image
input from the AUX terminal is output to
the rear monitor.
• When no data is present, the title display will
remain blank.
• The iPodliPhone is used with the equalizer
function turned OFF
• Set the iPodliPhone's language setting to
English before connecting your iPodliPhone.
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 mode
1. Connect your iPod/iPhone to the USB
connector. The system will automatically
detect the connected device and change
to the iPod mode. The iPod icon is displayed
on the Main Menu screen.
The playback starts after a while, from where the
iPod/iPhone has been paused.
• When a iPod/iPhone is already connected
Touch the [USB] key on the Main Menu
screen. The system changes to the (USB)
iPod mode, and starts playback from the
previous position.
Controlling the iPod/iPhone
Operation keys
• iPod audio mode screen
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Shuffle Button
Previous Track Button
Scan Button
Pia /Pause Button
iPed Video Button
Next Track Button
Stop Button
Previous Page Button
Next Page Button
EO Button
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15.
16.
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18.
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20.
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Back Button
Time Dis la
Shuffle Dis la
Re eat Dis la
Mute Dis la
Song Title
Artist Information
Album Information
Keyboard Button
Slide Bar
[1CI] Video key
• Switches to the screen of which the video
output from the iPod/iPhone is displayed.
Note:
• Note that not all iPodliPhone devices are
compatible to output video to this unit.
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iPodliPhone Operations
[:x:] Shuffle key
• 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.
[II] Play/Pause key
• Use to control playback and pause.
1. Touch the key during playback. Playback
pauses.
2. To resume playback touck the key again.
[~] EQ button
• Use to enter Audio Menu to set.
[m] Keyboard button
• Use to input number to select the track.
[u] Repeat button
• Use to repeat the selected track.
video data and slide show data stored in the
iPod/iPhone showing them on the display of this
unit (and the rear monitor if connected).
Note:
• Do not connect the iPodliPhone to this unit
when a Video Playlists item is selected on the
iPodliPhone.
1. Touch the nO] video key on the iPod audio
menu screen. The iPod play video screen is
displayed.
Skipping a track (searching)
1. Press the [~] or [~] button during
playback. Tracks are skipped, as many times
as the button is pressed, and playback starts.
• Pressing the [~] button starts playback
from the beginning of the next track.
• Pressing the [~] button starts playback
from the beginning of the current track.
When this button is pressed again within
about 2 seconds, playback starts from the
beginning of the previous track.
Fast forward and fast backward playback
Press and hold the [~] or [~ buttons on
the menu display for fast forward or fast reverse.
The first press will advance the music at
2x speed. Following presses will increase the
speed to 4x, 8x, and 16x.
Release the button to resume normal playback.
Selecting a list item from a list screen
1. Touch the display list icon in the iPod selection
screen.
2. Touch a desired list item on the screen to
display the corresponding list of tracks.
• Use the [Xl and [~ keys to scroll the list.
3. Touch the desired track name on the list to
play back.
• Use the [.] and [y] keys to scroll the list.
Viewing video data in the iPod/iPhone (only
for the iPod/iPhone with video features)
When you connect an iPod/iPhone with video
features by using the optional connector cable
for iPod/iPhone with video, you can enjoy the
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2. Select the type of video, you would like to be
played, by touching it on the right side of the
menu. The video playback will start.
Note:
Video playback is not available on aI/ iPodl
iPhone devices. Please contact your Clarion
dealer for details. An optional connection cable
or accessory may be required for this feature.
3. To stop the video play, touch the screen.
iPod play video menu will be displayed.
4. Touch the [11] audio button (1) to return to
the iPod menu.
Note:
• "AUDIO ONLY" is displayed when the
automobile is moving.
• Image data may not be played back according
to the status of the iPodliPhone.
• The volume setting of video data is relatively
lower than audio data. Be sure to lower the
volume setting before switching to the other
mode.
• Do not select the categories with no track
registered from the iPod menu screen.
The iPodliPhone may be frozen. If the iPod
liPhone is frozen, reset the iPodliPhone
by fol/owing the procedure described in the
instruction manual of the iPodliPhone.
• Audio may be played back slightly out of
synchronization with video images.
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USB Operations
This system can play audio files (MP3IWMAlAAC) stored in an USB memory which is recognized as
"USB Mass Storage Class device". You can use your USB memory as an audio device by simply
copying desired audio files into it.
Note:
• This system will not operate or may operate improperly with some USB memory
• Files protected with any DRM can not be played.
Notes on using USB memories
• General notes
·When no data is present, the message "NO
FILE" will be displayed.
•The USB memory is used with the equalizer
function turned OFF.
• Notes on the MP3IWMAlAAC files
·This system can play the MP3IWMAlAAC
files stored in the USB memory.
•This system cannot play DivX files stored in
the USB memory.
·For AAC files, this system supports only the
MPEG4 Audio files encoded by the iTunes.
·Set the Sampling Frequency to:
For MP3 files:
• MPEG1 Layer3: 32,44.1, or 48 kHz
• MPEG2 Layer3: 16, 22.05, or 24 kHz
• MPEG2.5 Layer3: 8, 11.025, or 12 kHz
For WMA files: 32, 44.1, or 48 kHz
For AAC files: 44.1 or 48 kHz
·Set the Bit Rate to:
For MP3 files:
• MPEG1 Layer3: 32 to 320 kbps (VBR)
• MPEG2 Layer3: 16 to 160 kbps (VBR)
• MPEG2.5 Layer3: 16 to 160 kbps (VBR)
For WMA files: 32,48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160,
or 192 kbps
For AAC files: 16 to 320 kbps (VBR)
·Add the following file extension using single
byte characters:
For MP3 files: ".MP3" or ".mp3"
For WMA files: ".WMA" or ".wma"
For AAC files: ".M4A" or ".m4a"
• Notes on the folder structure
•The folder hierarchy must be within 8
hierarchical levels. Otherwise, playback will
be impossible.
•The maximum allowable number of folders is
512 (including root directory and folders with
no MP3IWMAlAAC file).
•The maximum allowable number of files in a
folder is 255.
•You can store the MP3 files, WMA files, and
AAC files together in a folder.
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• Notes on the Tag titles
The limitations on the Tag titles are same as
those in the MP3IWMAlAAC modes.
• Folder representation in the folder list
The limitations on the folder representation
are same as those in the MP3IWMAlAAC
modes.
Selecting the USB Memory mode
Connect your USB memory to the USB
connector. The system will automatically
detect the connected device, and change to
the USB mode (USB Memory mode), and
start playback after a while. If you reconnect
the same device that you disconnected last,
the system will play back where it left off.
• When an USB memory is already connected
Touch the [USB] key to select the USB in a
Main Menu mode.
The system changes to the USB mode (MediaiUSB mode), and starts playback from the
previous position.
Playing back files in the USB memory
The operations in the USB Memory mode are
same as those in the MP3IWMAJAAC modes.
See "Listening to a CD" for details.
Note:
When performing the fast forward or fast
backward function, the playback speed will
become 10-time faster. For the VBR files, it
may differ depending on the file.
NX409/NZ409
AUX In / AV In Operations
External peripheral devices, including a game
console, camcorder, navigation unit, iPod/
iPhone, etc. can be connected to the AUX IN or
AV IN connector on the back of this unit using
the AlV media cables.
AWARNING
For your safety, the driver should not
watch the VTR, etc. or operate the controls
while driving. Please note that watching
and operating the VTR, etc. while driving
are prohibited by law in some countries.
Switching to AUX IN / AV IN mode
Press [AUX IN] or [AV IN] button on Main Me u
to select desired mode (when unit is reading).
The LCD will display the external video.
The screen will dispaly "No Video" menu, if there
is no video signal.
You cannot directly control external devices
connected to the AUX IN or AV IN input.
NOTE:
For your safety, the unit has a safety function.
which turns off the picture when car is moving,
so only the audio can be heard. The picture can
be only watched, when the car is stopped and
parking brake is applied.
Camera In Operations
Switching to Camera mode
Press [Camera] button on Main Menu
to select desired mode (when unit is reading).
The LCD will display the external video.
The screen will dispaly "No Video" menu, if there
is no video signal. Press [(m] back button to
return to the Main Menu.
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When the video signal is displayed, press right
top corner to return to the Main Menu.
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Sf!tup Operations
Press [Setup] button on the Main Menu screen.
The Setup menu screen will be displayed.
General Setup Menu
Clock:
AM/PM:
Touch the button to set the clock.
Touch the button to change
AM or PM; 12 hours mode to 24 hours
mode.
Beep:
The function of it is to choose the
Beep voice on or off.
Camera Image: The Function of it is to choose
the mode of camera image normal or
mirror.
Radio Field: The function of it is to choose the
radio mode in the country you are. It's
contain USA, Europe, S. America,
Other.
Tel Mute: The function of it is to set the
Bluetooth ready on or off
Tel SP:
The function of it is to set the speaker
of the Bluetooth ready front left or
front right.
Allxin Input SW: The function of it IS to choose
the auxin input switch, Including Low,
Mid, High.
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This menu includes: TV Shape; Aux IN;
Brightness.
TV Shape: The function of it is to choose the
screen area shape - 4:3 or 16:9.
Aux IN: The function of it IS to choose Aux In
format. It contains AUTO, PAL, NTSC.
Brightness: Set brightness value from 0 to 20.
ASP Setup Menu
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This menu includes: Bass Freq; Treble Freq: Sub
Filter: Bass Q-Factor.
Bass Freq: Choose the desired bass frequency.
60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, 200Hz
Treble Freq: Choose the desired treble
frequency 10KHz/12.5KHz/1 5KHz!
175KHz.
Sub Filter: Choose the deSired Sub Filter
frequency: 80Hz/120Hz/160Hz.
Bass Q-Factor: Choose thn Bass
Q-Factor:1.0/1.25/1.5/2.0.
Navigation Setup Menu
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This menu includes: GPS Time, Time Zone, DST
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Setup Operations
GPS Time: Use this function of it is to
synchronize the GPS time or not.
It contains two choices: Ignore and
Sync.
Time Zone: Choose the desired Time Zone:
NTF/Atlabtic/Eastern/Central/
Mountain/Pacific/Alaska.
DST: Use this function to set Daylight Saving
Time on or off.
EQSetUp
Mise Set Up
This menu include: TS Calibrate; Set Password;
Parental control.
TS Calibrate: The function of it is to select the
TS Calibrate YES or NO.
Set password: The function of it is to set the
password of the child lock.
Parental control: The function of it is to set
the rating of the age. It contains
Kid SaflG/PG/PG- 13/PG-R/R/
NC- 17/Adult.
Software Update: ChoosE~ the function to
update the software.
NAV Update: Choose the function to
update the NAV software.
Load Factory: The function is to select to load
factory default or not.
DVD Region: Choose DVD region.
Parking Det.: The function of it is to select
parking det. mode. Select: Ignore,
Level and Seq.
Macrovision: The function of it is to select
macrovision ON or OFF.
Phone Menu
If you receive a phone call and the Bluetooth
is On. the screen will display Phone Interrupt
Menu.
1. Press the right top corner to go back to Main
Menu.
2. Touch [Setup] button to set Tel Mute and
Tel SP.
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No.
Button Name
Function
1
Title Name
Display title
name
2
Back Button
Close the EO
menu
3
EO
Set EO mode
4
BASS
Set bass value
5
TREBLE
Set treble value
6
BALANCE
Set balance
value
7
FADER
Set fader value
8
SW
Set Sub Woofer
value
9
LOUDNESS
Set loudness
on or off
Monitor OFF Menu
Press Monitor OFF icon on Main Menu. it will
show "Standing By". Touch the screen to turn
the monitor ON. Tuch the screen again to turn it
OFF.
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GENERAL
Power does not turn on. (No
sound is produced.)
Nothing happens when buttons
are pressed.
Fuse is blown.
Replace with a fuse of the
same amperage. If the fuse
blows again, consult your store
of purchase.
Incorrect wiring.
Consult your store of purchase.
The microprocessor has malfunctioned due to noise, etc.
Turn off the power and open
the operation panel. Press the
reset button with a thin rod.
Note:
Display is not accurate.
When the Reset button is
pressed, turn off the ACC
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.
When direct rays of the sun fall
on the light-receptive part of
the remote control unit, it may
not work.
The batteries of the remote
control unit are dead or there is
no battery in the remote control
unit.
Check the batteries of the
remote control unit.
Another disc is already loaded.
Eject the disc before loading
the new one.
There is a foreign matter
already in place.
Eject the foreign matter forcibly.
Compact disc is dirty.
Clean the compact disc with a
soft cloth.
Compact disc is heavily
scratched or warped.
Replace with a compact disc
with no scratches.
Sound is bad directly after
power is turned on.
Water droplets 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 image is not displayed.
The parking brake is not
engaged.
Check that the parking brake is
engaged.
Disc cannot play with the
display "PARENTAL VIOLATION" shown.
Feature exceeds set parental
level.
Release the view limitation or
change the parental level.
See the subsection "Setting up
the parental level"
DVDPLAYER
Disc cannot be loaded.
Sound skips or is noisy.
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USB DEVICE
USB device cannot be inserted.
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.
Replace with a new USB
device.
The USB device is damaged.
Connectors are loose.
Disconnect the USB device
and reconnect. If the device is
still not recognized, try replacing with a different USB device.
No sound heard with the display "NO FILE" shown.
No MP3IWMAJAAC file is
stored in the USB device.
Store these files properly in the
USB device.
Sound skips or is noisy.
MP3IWMAJAAC files are not
encoded properly.
Use MP3IWMAJAAC files
encoded properly.
The iPod/iPhone's video
image is disturbed.
The TV Signal setting of the
iPod/iPhone is not set correctly.
Set the TV Signal setting
(NTSC/PAL) of the iPod/iPhone
correctly.
USB device is not recognized.
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.
Take the measures described below to solve the problem.
DVDPLAYER
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BAD DISC
A disc is caught inside the CD
deck and is not ejected.
This is a failure of DVD deck's
mechanism and consult your
store of purchase.
BAD DISC
A disc cannot be played due to
scratches, etc.
Replace with a non-scratched,
non-warped disc.
BAD DISC
A disc is loaded upside- down
inside the DVD deck and does
not play.
Eject the disc then reload it
properly.
PARENTAL VIOLATION
Parental level error
Set the correct Parental level.
WRONG REGION
Region code error
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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Frequency Range: 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
Usable Sensitivity: 8 dBJ.JV
50dB Quieting Sensitivity: 14 dBJ.JV
Alternate Channel Selectivity: 70 dB
Stereo Separation: 25 dB (1 kHz)
Frequency Response: 30 Hz to 15kHz
AM Tuner
Frequency Range: 530 kHz to 1710 kHz
Usable Sensitivity: 28 dBJ.JV
DVD Playe r Syste m
Digital Versatile Disc System with CODA
capable
Usable discs:
DVD video disc, Comp act disc
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Sound/Noise Ratio: 95 dbA (1 W Ref)
Dynamic Range: 95 dB (1 kHz)
Distortion: 0.05%
Video system: NTSC
Digital Versatile Disc System
Navig ation
Memory: 2GB Flash Memo ry
Upgrade Platform: USB
3D Display Mode: 3D maps, 3D landmarks,
3D icons
User Mode: Simple mode, Advanced mode
TIS (Text to Speech):
Street Announcements
Find Menu: ADDRESS, POI, HISTORY,
COORDINATES, FAVORITES, PLAN ON
MAP
POI: 12 MILLION
Route Calculation: FAST, SHORT,
ECONOMICAL, EASY
Vehicle Selection: CAR, TAXI, BUS
Road Selection: UNPAVED, PERMIT
NEED ED MOTOR WAYS, TOLL, FERRIES,
BORD ER CROSSING, CARP OOL LANES
Audio lVide o Input
Audio input voltage:
Audio input voltage:
Audio input voltage:
Video input voltage:
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600 J.JVrJ.Js (med)
950 J.JVrJ.Js (high)
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Audio outpu t impedance: 10ka
Video output voltage: 1.0Vp-p @750
LCD Moni tor
NX409 Screen Size: 6.5" wide type
Pixels: 280,8 00
Resolution: 1200 x 234
NZ409 Screen Size: 7" wide type
Pixels: 336,960
Resolution: 1440x234
Gene ral
Power source voltage:
14.4 V DC (10.8 to 15.6 V allowable)
Ground: Negative
Current consumption: 4.0 A (1 W)
Auto Anten na Rated Current: 500 mA less
NX409 Dimensions of the Main Unit:
7" (178mm) Width, 3-15/16" (100mm)
Height, 7" (179mm) Depth
NX409 Weight of the Main Unit: 3.5 kG
NZ409 Dimensions of the Main Unit:
7" (178mm) Width, 2" (50 mm) Height,
7.5" (191.5mm) Depth
NZ409 Weight of the Main Unit: 3.5 kG
Dimensions of the Remote Control Unit:
2-1/8" (54mm) Width, 9/16" (14mm) Height
4-13/16" (122 mm) Depth
Weight of the Remote Control Unit:
50 gramms (including battery)
Note:
• Specifications comply with JEITA
Standards.
• Specifications and design are subject
to change without notice for further
improvement.
Power Output:
18 W RMS x 4 Channels at 4 n
and 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio:
95 dBA (reference: 1 W into 4 n)
NX409/NZ409
CONTENTS
1. BEFORE STARTING
2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
3. GENERAL CAUTIONS
4. CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
5. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT
6. CAUTIONS ON WiRING
7. WIRE CONNECTIONS
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1. Before Starting
1. This set is exclusively for use in cars with a
negative ground 12V power supply.
2. Read these instructions carefully.
3. Be sure to disconnect the battery" "terminal
before starting. This is to prevent short circuit~
during installation. (Figure 1)
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2. Package Contents
Main unit..
GPS antenna
SMK wiring harness
AV cable
USB extending cable
Remote control unit
Battery (CR2025)
(Installed in remote control)
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1
1
1
1
1
1
2DIN Trim ring
2DIN trim ring 200mm wide
Back Strap
Flush mount bolts
Cap bolts
Rear radio stud and stopper
Cleaning cloth
Warranty Card
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
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.
NX409/NZ409
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.
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4. Cautions on Installation
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)
NZ409
Dashboard
4. If you have to do any work on the car
body, such as drilling holes, consult your
car dealer before hand.
5. Use the enclosed screws for installation.
Using other screws can cause damage.
(Figure 4)
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Gearshift lever
(Check that it does not touch the LCD)
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3. Install the unit within 30° of the
horizontal plane. (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.
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Installing the Main Unit in NISSAN Vehicle
Finisher (* 1)
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Note:
*1: Position the face panel with its wide edge at the
bottom. Fit the edge into the groove of the main
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Installing the Main Unit in TOYOTA Vehicle
Install by using parts attached to the vehicle. (Screws marked
vehicle.)
* are attached to the
Center Panel
(* 2)
Figure 7
*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
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Example 2
Example 3
Affix the screws to the. marks.
Vehicles other than NISSAN and TOYOTA
In some cases the center panel may require modification. (Trimming, filing, etc.)
• Removing the Main Unit
When the main unit is to be removed, disassemble it in the reverse of the order in
"INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT".
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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.
Keep them well away from the engine, and
exhaust pipe, etc. Heat 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.
ACAUTION
After the connection, fix the cord by a clamp
or insulation tape for protection.
Fuse (15A FUSE)
Fuse holder
Figure 8
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7. Wire Connections
Note:
• Before installing, be sure to disconnect the negative cable of the car battery.
• In the optional devices, the RCA cables and the Connector cables are separately-sold
items.
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*1: Connecting the PHONE INTERRUPT terminal
The phone interrupt will mute the audio if the lead receives a negative or ground signal.
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:
• Connecting the parking brake cord to lamp ground allows you to watch iPodliPhone
videolDVD videolA V input when the parking brake is engaged.
• When the parking brake cord is not connected, the monitor will not show any video
sources.
• If "AUDIO ONLY" appears on the screen just after turning on the ACC power of the car,
release the parking brake while confirming safety, and then engage the parking brake
again.
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How to attach the electro-tap
1. Place the Parking brake cord at the stopper, and
fold it back in the direction of the arrow.
2. Pass the Parking brake signal cord through, and
fold it back in the direction of the arrow.
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Connecting the accessories
• Connecting to the external amplifier
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.
• Connecting to iPod/iPhone device
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:
• This unit may not support all functions of all iPodliPhone devices
• The iPodl iPhone connection will charge your iPodliPhone unless the iPodliPhone
battery is completely depleted.
If 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.
• Connecting to Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver
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 Corporation of America
All Rights Reserved. Copyright (Q 2009 Clarion Corporation of America
Printed in China / Imprime au Chine / Impreso en China
06/2009
NX409/NZ409
281-0639-00 2007/9
Clarion
CLARION 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
For USA and Canada only
This Clarion product purchased from an authorized Clarion dealer are warranted against all defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (l) year from the date of original purchase, when purchased from AND installed by
an authorized Clarion dealer.
All Clarion cables, wires and other accessories if purchased from an authorized Clarion dealer are warranted against
all defects in materials and workmanship for ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase.
ALL PURCHASES OF CLARION PRODUCTS FROM NON-AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALERS ARE SUBJECT
TO FURTHER WARRANTY RESTRICTIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW.
The conditions of this Limited Warranty and the extent of responsibility of Clarion Corporation of America ("Clarion")
under this Limited Warranty are as follows:
1. PROOF OF DATE OF PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALER WILL BE REQUIRED FOR
WARRANTY SERVICE OF THIS PRODUCT. CENTERS MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING CLARION AT
THE ADDRESS LISTED BELOW.
2. This Limited Warranty will become void if service performed by anyone other than an approved Clarion Warranty
Service Center results in damage to the product.
3. This Limited Warranty does not apply to any product which has been subject to misuse, neglect or accident,
or which has had the serial number altered, defaced or removed, or which has been connected, installed,
adjusted or repaired, other than in accordance with the instructions furnished by Clarion.
4. This Limited Warranty does not cover car static or other electrical interferences, tape head or laser pick-up
cleaning or adjustments, or labor costs for the removal or reinstallation of the unit for repair.
5. The sole responsibility of Clarion under this Limited Warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product or
replacement of the product, at the sole discretion of Clarion.
6. Product must be shipped in its original carton or equivalent carton, fully insured, with shipping charges prepaid.
Clarion will not assume any responsibility for any loss or damage incurred in shipping.
7. CLARION PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM A SOURCE OTHER THAN AN AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALER,
INCLUDING ANY AND ALL PURCHASES VIA THE INTERNET FROM A NON INTERNET AUTHORIZED
CLARION DEALER, SHALL NOT BE COVERED BY ANY CLARION LIMITED WARRANTY TO THE EXTENT
ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW. IN THE EVENT AND TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS
ELIMINATION OF WARRANTIES UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTY
PERIOD SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE FIFTEEN (15) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE.
8. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW SHALL HAVE NO
GREATER DURATION THAN THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL CLARION BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL, ARISING OUT OF
THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT. BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS
ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
9. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
10. The laws of the State of California shall govern and control this Limited Warranty, its interpretation and enforcement.
11. Should you have any difficulties with the performance of this product during the warranty period, please call
Clarion or visit our web site for a listing of Authorized Warranty Service Centers in your area. You may also contact
Clarion Customer Service at the address listed below for any service help you may need with Clarion products.
In USA:
Clarion Corporation of America
Attn:Customer Service Manager
6200 Gateway Drive
Cypress, CA 90630
1-800-GO-CLARION
www.c1arion.com
In Canada:
Clarion Canada Inc.
Warranty Service Center
2239 Winston Park Drive
Oakville, Ontario L6H SR1
(905) 829-4600
www.c1arion.com
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