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Magnadyne M1-LCD Operation And Installation Manual

Magnadyne am/ fm/ wb stereo receiver with cd/dvd player and touch screen controls operation and installation manual.

 
Operation
and Installation
Manual
M1-LCD
AM / FM / WB Stereo Receiver with CD/DVD Player
and Touch Screen Controls
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Summary of Contents

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    Operation and Installation Manual M1-LCD AM / FM / WB Stereo Receiver with CD/DVD Player and Touch Screen Controls...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Please carefully read all of the information in this manual. Familiarity with operation and installation proce- dures will help you obtain the best possible performance from your new AM/FM/WB Stereo Receiver and CD/DVD Player with Touch Screen Controls. WARNING! To prevent fire or electrical shock hazard, do not expose this product to moisture or remove its cover or bottom screws.

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    Your first priority while driving should always be the safe operation of your vehicle. Magnadyne will not accept any responsibility whatsoever for accidents and/or injuries resulting from failure to observe these precautions or safety instructions.

  • Page 4: Basics

    Basics The M1-LCD screen has 3 specific areas: Display area, Source Selection area and Home Row area. Familiarizing yourself with the 3 specific areas will help you obtain the best performance from the M1-LCD. Display Area: The display area is not touch activated, it only displays information.

  • Page 5: Button Locations And Functions, Remote Control Button Locations And Functions

    8. USB Input: Plug in your USB device. “USB” will appear in the display. Note: This unit may not function with all MP3 players. The M1-LCD will control the USB audio device. (See “USB Operation” for more details). 9. Audio/Video Input Jack: Plug in a device with a 3.5mm audio/input plug.

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    Remote Control Button Locations and Functions 12. Numeric Keypad: Inputs the corresponding number. 13. Automatic Station Memory (ASM): Press and hold for automatic station memory storing. Press and release for scanning memorized sta- tions. 14. Traffic Announcement (TA): Activates the traf- fic announcement function.

  • Page 7: Region, Background Color, Front Camera, Standby Clock

    PTY buttons will not function. Standby Clock: This feature displays a clock on the screen when the ignition key is on but the M1-LCD unit is off. to turn The default setting is on. To turn off this feature, press the STANDBY CLOCK button then use the to select OFF.

  • Page 8: Sound, Monitor, Time

    Home Row (Continued) Settings Button (continued): Sound Button Sound Button: Press the SOUND button to activate the sound adjustment screen. See “Sound Controls” (Page 11) for operation instructions. Monitor Button Monitor Button: Press the MONITOR button to activate the moni- tor adjustment screen.

  • Page 9: Time, Display

    Home Row (Continued) Settings Button (continued): Time Button 1. 12 or 24-Hour Time Format: Press the TIME FORMAT button to select the time format. For a 12-hour clock (am and pm) press the TIME FORMAT button until either AM or PM appear in the display. For a 24-hour clock (military time) press the TIME FORMAT button until neither AM or PM appear in the display.

  • Page 10: Mute, Back

    Home Row (Continued) Dim Button: Pressing the DIM OFF button will dim the dis- play. The button will now be highlighted and DIM ON will now appear on the button. Pressing the button again will return the display to normal brightness.

  • Page 11: Sound Controls

    Sound Controls Volume: Increase the volume by pressing the + side of the button. Decrease the volume by pressing the - side of the button. Note: See Startup Volume (page 7) on how to adjust the initial startup volume level. Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader Controls: To access the Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader buttons, press the SETTINGS button in the home...

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    Turn the navigation voice on or off by touching the NAVIGATION VOICE OFF/ON button. Note: If an optional navigation unit is not con- nected to the M1-LCD, this button has no effect. Mute Button: Pressing the MUTE button will partially mute the volume level.

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    Radio Operation Power On/Off: Press the button to turn the unit 0n. Selecting the Radio Source: Touch the HOME button to activate the source selection screen. Touch the RADIO button to enter the radio operation screen. Selecting the AM or FM Band: Press the BAND button repeatedly and select from AM1, AM2, FM1, FM2 or FM3.

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    Radio Operation (Continued) Programming Radio Stations: 1. Press the BAND button to select from the AM1, AM2, FM1, FM2 or FM3 radio band. 2. Tune in the desired radio station. 3. To program the station, press and hold one of the six Radio Station Recall buttons until you hear a beep.

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    Radio Operation (Continued) Scanning for FM Radio Stations According to Program Type (PTY): 1. Press the BAND button to select from the FM1, FM2 or FM3 radio band. 2. Press the PTY button to display the program type screen. 3. Press the button to select the desired program type (PTY) (Example: News, Information, Sports, etc.).

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    Weather Band Operation Power On/Off: Press the button to turn the unit 0n. Selecting the Weather Band Source: Touch the HOME button to activate the source selection screen. Touch the WEATHER button to enter the weather band screen. The weather band can also be accessed through the Radio screen.

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    Disc Warnings Disc Formats Supported by this Player: 12cm disc (Single-sided disc only) 12cm disc 12cm disc Handling: • Dirt, dust, scratches and warping disc will cause non-operation. • Do not place stickers on disc or scratch disc. • Do not place discs in the following places: Direct sunlight, dirty, dusty or damp areas, near car heaters, car seats or dashboard.

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    CD Operation (Continued) Selecting the CD Source: Press the HOME button to select the source screen. Next, press the DISC button to select the CD player. CD Track Selection: Press the l button to select a lower track. Press the l button to select a higher track.

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    CD Operation (Continued) Repeating a CD Track: The M1-LCD’s default setting is to repeat the disc. When the CD mode is selected, “REPEAT ALL” appears on the button and the entire disc will play and then continually replay. To repeat a CD track, press the REPEAT ALL but- ton until “REPEAT ONE”...

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    MP3 Operation (Disc, USB and SD Card) USB General Operations: 1. Press the button to turn the unit On. 2. Pull back the rubber cover and insert the USB device or cable into the USB port. The play- back source will change to USB operation and the Folder/Track panel will be displayed.

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    MP3 Operation (Disc, USB and SD Card) Multiple Folder Selection (continued): Method 2: Using the Remote Control 1. Press the button and the current “Folder” in use will be highlighted. 2. Press the button to scroll up and down through the folders. 3.

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    MP3 Operation (Disc, USB and SD Card) Stop: Touch the screen to activate the control button panel. Press the button to stop play. To resume play, press the button. Press the button 2 times, then press the button and the first track from the first folder will start playing.

  • Page 23: Mp3 Operation (disc, Usb And Sd Card)

    MP3 Operation (Disc, USB and SD Card) Random Track Play Order: The random function can only be accessed by using the remote control. This function has 2 settings: On and Off. Press the SHUFFLE button on the remote control while watching the radio display panel for the setting indication.

  • Page 24: Dvd Operation

    DVD Operation (Continued) DVD General Operations: 1. Press the button to turn the unit On. 2. Gently insert the DVD into the slot with the label side up. The screen will change to the DVD splash screen while the disc automatical- ly loads.

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    DVD Operation (Continued) Pausing/Playing a DVD: Touch the screen to activate the DVD control button panel. Press the ll button to pause the DVD disc. “PAUSE ll” will appear in the display. Note: The ll “Pause” button has changed into a ”Play”...

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    DVD Operation (Continued) Title Screen: Touch the screen to activate the DVD control button panel. The TITLE button functions differently depend- ing on the characteristics of the DVD. Note: In some DVDs, the Title function may be invalid. This in not a malfunction. Subtitle Language Menu: Touch the screen to activate the DVD control button panel.

  • Page 27: Dvd Setup Menu

    DVD Setup Menu Note: To access the DVD Setup Menu, a DVD disc has to be inserted. Accessing the DVD Setup Menu: Press the SETUP button on the remote control to display the Setup Menu. System Setup S Y S T E M S E T U P T V S Y S T E M S C R E E N S AV E R T V T Y P E...

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    Sirius Satellite Radio Setup Note: The vehicle must be equipped with an optional Sirius tuner (SC-C1M) in order to receive a satellite signal. If the Sirius tuner is not activated, call 1-888-539-7474 to activate. The Sirius Tuner ID Number (SID) is required during the activation process.

  • Page 29: Sirius Satellite Radio Operation

    Sirius Satellite Radio Operation Please note that satellite radio signal may be blocked by trees, buildings or other obstacles. Information display during reception: ANTENNA ERROR: When an antenna issue exists. ACQUIRING SIGNAL: When a channel is being tuned-in (no signal is yet received). INVALID CHANNEL: A channel without a broadcast has been selected or the receiver may not be activated.

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    Sirius Satellite Radio Operation Direct Tuning (continued) 3. Press the numbers of the channel then press the ENTER button. For example: For Sirius Channel 121, press 1, 2 and 1 then press the ENTER button. 4. Once the ENTER button is pressed the channel will start playing.

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    Sirius Satellite Radio Operation Channel List: 1. Press the CH LIST button to access the Master Channel List menu. 2. Scroll through the channels by pressing the button. When the desired channel is highlighted, press the ENTER button and the channel will start playing.

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    Sirius Satellite Radio Operation Programming Preset Sirius Channel (continued) 4. Additional Sirius channels can also be pro- grammed in the different Sirius Preset Bands (SIR1, SIR2 and SIR 3). Press the SIR BAND button to access the different Sirius Preset Bands.

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    Sirius Satellite Radio Operation Skipping a Channel: 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Press the SKIP CH button. 3. Select the Channel by highlighting the Channel to be skipped and press the SKIP button. “SKIPPED” will appear next to the Channel.

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    CD Changer Operation (Option) Selecting the CD Changer Source: Press the HOME button to select the source screen. Then press the CD CHANGER button to select the CD changer. Track Selection: Press the l button to select a lower track. Press the l button to select a higher track.

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    CD Changer Operation (Option) (Continued) Repeating a Track: The M1-LCD’s default setting is to repeat, in order, every disc in the CD Changer. “REPEAT OFF” appears on the button. To repeat a track, press and release the REPEAT OFF button until “REPEAT TRACK” appears on the button.

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    Auxiliary Audio Video Inputs Operation Note: The M1-LCD will not control the auxiliary source, but can adjust the audio output. Refer to the audio device’s owners manual for proper playback operation. Connecting an Auxiliary Audio/Video Device: Auxiliary Input 1: Connect an auxiliary audio/video device using a 3.5mm jack (not...

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    The video image from the camera will appear on the screen and the audio from the rear camera only can be heard through the vehicle’s speakers. Note: This system only provides for one way audio, from the camera to the M1-LCD. The M1-LCD is unable to transmit audio to the camera.

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    3. The unit will automatically switch to the IPOD source screen and start playing. Note: The controls on the IPOD will become inop- erable and the M1-LCD will now control the IPOD. Selecting the IPOD Source: Press the HOME button to select the source screen.

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    IPOD Operation (Option) (Continued) Browse for a Song (continued) 3. Press the ENTER button. 4. Press the button to scroll through the songs. 5. Press the ENTER button and the song will start playing. Pausing a Track: Press the ll button to pause the track. Press it again to resume play.

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    SETTINGS button in the home row, then press the SOUND button. Turn the navigation voice on or off by touching the NAVIGATION VOICE OFF/ON button. Note: If the optional navigation unit is not con- nected to the M1-LCD this button has no effect.

  • Page 41: Installation

    Installation Step 1 : The radio chassis is designed to be “Sleeve Mounted” through an opening in the dashboard panel. The required opening size is 182mm (7-3/16") x 84mm (3-5/16"). Cut or engage an opening in the dashboard to accommodate the mounting sleeve. Step 2 : Insert the mounting sleeve into the opening in the dashboard.

  • Page 42: Speaker Connections

    Speaker Connections White/Black Wire Left Front Speaker White Wire Brown/Black Wire Brown Wire Green/Black Wire Left Rear Speaker Green Wire Gray/Black Wire Gray Wire Center Channel Speaker Subwoofer (Optional LS-SUB-75) Violet/Black Wire Violet Wire Right Front Speaker Right Rear Speaker...

  • Page 43: Input Connections

    Input Connections This unit for use only with a 12 Volt DC power source with a negative ground. Red Wire: (+) to 12 Volt Ignition Yellow Wire:: (+) to 12 Volt Constant Black Wire Ground Orange Wire: Parking Brake Switch (-) Blue/Black Wire: Dimmer Control (+) Infrared Remote Sensor (Optional)

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    Input Connections (Continued) Blue Wire: Power Antenna (12V Out) Audio Input Left (White) Audio Input Right (Red) Video Input (Yellow) External TV Receiver (Optional) CD Changer EAX540 (Optional) Sirius Antenna M9SIR-ANT-WP (Optional) Sirius Receiver SC-C1M (Optional) External Automotive Type Antenna (Optional)

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    Video Output (Blue) Sync (Brown) Audio Output Left (White) Audio Output Right (Red) Video Output (Yellow) Note: Audio Output is not controlled by the M1-LCD. Video Output (Yellow) M1-NAV (Optional M7-RGB) RGB Monitor (Optional) TV or Monitor (Optional) Video to Second Monitor (Optional)

  • Page 46: Camera Connections

    Camera Connections (Continued) White Wire: Left Trigger Gray Wire: Right Trigger Green Wire: Rear Trigger C125 (Rearview) C-SDR (Right Side) C-SDL (Left Side) C125 (Front) CAM3 (Green Connector) CAM2 (Gray Connector) CAM1 (White Connector) 13-Pin Camera Harness...

  • Page 47: Reset Button, Replaceable Fuse

    Reset Button The LCD display may fail to function normally due to the vehicle’s battery condition, and could require resetting the radio’s microprocessor if: • The vehicle has been “jump started” from a dead battery condition. • The vehicle battery becomes very low and is quick-charged.

  • Page 48: Warranty

    Warranty ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents will within one year from the date of sale to you, repair, replace or refund the retail sales price of said product or any part thereof, at the option of the Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents, if said product or part is found defective in materials or workmanship, when properly connected and operating on the correct power requirements designated for the specific product.

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