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Panasonic CQDF802 Product Manual

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Before Use and Preparations
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Notes for the touch panel
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When operating
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≥ You must use your fingers to touch the panel and perform operations.
≥ Do not press the buttons too forcefully. If you do so, you may damage or break the glass on the top surface
of the touch panel.
≥ Do not allow the top surface of the touch panel to be caught by your fingernails or any hard objects. If you
do so, you may damage or break the glass on the top surface of the touch panel.
≥ Do not use a pen or other sharp implement to perform touch panel operations. If you do so, you may dam-
age or break the glass on the top surface of the touch panel.
≥ Performing operations while the top surface of the touch panel is covered with dust may damage the glass
on the top surface of the touch panel.
When not operating
≥ Be sure to keep the front panel with the removable face plate case (included) when it has been detached
from the main unit.
≥ Take care not to drop the front panel when it has been detached from the main unit. Also take care not to
bump the top surface of the touch panel into anything. If you do so, you may break the glass on the top sur-
face of the touch panel.
≥ Do not allow the top surface of the touch panel to be caught by your fingernails or any hard objects. If you
do so, you may damage or break the glass on the top surface of the touch panel.
When cleaning (
page 46)
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Name of Controls Functions
Point the remote control unit at the main unit's sensor. (
[PWR] (SOURCE)
≥ Switches on/off the power. (
page 20)
≥ Selects a source. (
page 20)
[BAND]
≥ Selects a band. (
page 22)
≥ Pause CD playing. (
page 25)
[FACE]
≥ Selects the button color and display
brightness. (
page 33)
[S·A] (Spectrum Analyzer)
SOURCE
PWR
≥ Selects the Spectrum Analyzer display
FACE
pattern. (
page 37)
DISP
[DISP] (Display)
1
≥ Changes the display.
(
pages 22, 25, 29)
4
RANDOM
[DIM] (DIMMER)
7
≥ Changes the dimmer level.
NUMBER
(
page 37)
[„] (NUMBER)
≥ Enters the number input mode.
(
pages 25, 29)
[0] to [9]
≥ Memorizes broadcast stations. (
page 23)
≥ Selects track/disc. (
page 25, 29)
[4] (RANDOM)/[5] (SCAN)/[6] (REPEAT)
≥ Selects listening item. (
pages 26, 30)
Battery Installation
Remove the battery holder.
1
Pull the battery holder by the position B while pushing posi-
tion A in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Install the battery on the battery holder.
2
As shown in the figure on the right, fit the battery into the battery
holder with the "i" side facing up while pressing on position A.
3
Insert the battery holder.
Push the battery holder back into its original position.
Battery Notes
Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately.
Battery Information: ≥ Battery type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025) (included)
≥ Battery life: Approximately 6 months with normal use (at room temperature)
Caution: Improper use of batteries may cause overheating, an explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a
fire. Battery leakage may damage the unit.
≥ Do not disassemble or short the battery. Do not throw a battery into a fire.
≥ Keep batteries away from children to avoid the risk of accidents.
≥ Be careful to observe proper local disposal rules when you dispose of batteries.
(Remote Control Unit)
page 18)
[RET] (RETURN)
≥ Returns to the previous display in menu setting
mode.
[MENU]
≥ Enters the menu setting mode.
≥ Returns to the regular mode during menu play setting.
["] [#] (Hour/minute/disc)
≥ Selects (vertically) or adjusts an op-
eration or item.
≥ Adjusts the clock. (
page 21)
RETURN
BAND
RET
MENU
≥ Selects disc. (
page 28)
S • A
[%] [$] (Track/tune)
DIMMER
DIM
≥ Selects (horizontally) or adjusts an
operation or item.
2
3
≥ Selects or searches frequency/track.
5
6
SCAN
REPEAT
VOL
(
pages 22, 25, 28)
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[SET]
0
MUTE
≥ Determines an operation or item.
Car Audio
["] [#] VOL (Volume)
≥ Adjusts the sound volume.
(
page 21)
[MUTE]
≥ Lowers the volume. (
page 21)
[\ ]
(S·HDB)
≥ Sets the Super High Definition Bass
sound. (
page 33)
Lithium battery (included)
Back side
Position B
Battery holder
Position A
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  • Page 1 Battery Notes Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately. Battery Information: ≥ Battery type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025) (included) ≥ Battery life: Approximately 6 months with normal use (at room temperature) Caution: Improper use of batteries may cause overheating, an explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a fire.
  • Page 2 Name of Controls Functions Touch panel [MENU] ≥ Switches on the power. ≥ Enters the menu setting page 20) mode. ≥ Returns to the regular Note: mode during menu setting. ≥ Operations can be performed no matter which part of the touch panel is pressed BUT ONLY WHEN THE POWER IS ON.
  • Page 3: Clock Basics

    General Power Turn the key in the ignition until the accessory indicator lights. ∫ Power on Press the touch panel on the main unit. Press [PWR] (SOURCE) on the remote control unit. ∫ Power off Press and hold on the main unit again for more than SOURCE 1 second.
  • Page 4 Radio Radio Mode Caution: ≥ To ensure safety, never attempt to preset sta- Press /[SOURCE] to change to SOURCE tions while you are driving. the radio mode. Band Press [BAND] to change the band. SOURCE DISPLAY TUNE P.SET (Preset) (Preset station/select) (Tune) (SOURCE) Tuning...
  • Page 5: Open The Front Panel

    CD Player Disc Insert and Playback Open the front panel. Press [OPEN] on the front panel. SOURCE (Eject) < Close Label side Insert the disc. Playback will start automatically after the unit recognized the loaded disc as an ordi- nary music CD. (When a CD-R or CD-RW which has CD-DA formatted data as the same as an ordinary music CD is loaded, this unit recognizes it as an ordinary music...
  • Page 6 CD Player (Continued) Menu Setting on CD Player Mode Menu [MENU] MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during CD player menu mode. Menu Repeat Play Default: REP OFF 1 Press [MENU] during CD playing to display “MODE”.
  • Page 7: Cd Changer Control

    CD Changer Control CD changer functions are designed for optional Panasonic CD changer unit. Preparation: ≥ Connect the CD changer, and load a magazine (disc). Note: ≥ Loading a magazine when the power is off allows the power to be turned on.
  • Page 8 CD Changer Control (Continued) Menu Setting on CD Changer Mode Menu [MENU] MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during CD changer menu mode. Menu Repeat Play Default: REP OFF Disc Repeat Play Default: D-REP OFF 1 Press [MENU] during CD changer playing to display...
  • Page 9 Front Panel Settings [FACE] Menu [MENU] MOSFET MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 (Menu) : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during FACE mode. : Lights during AUDIO mode. Menu Front Panel Brightness The brightness of the screen can be ad- justed to the desired level so that it will fit in with the equipment inside the car and 1 Press [MENU].
  • Page 10 Audio and Sound Settings [AUDIO] Menu [MENU] MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 (Menu) : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during AUDIO mode. Menu Bass and Treble You can adjust the bass and treble sound. Default: BAS (Bass) 0 dB TRE (Treble) 0 dB Setting range: j12 dB to i12 dB (by 2 dB)
  • Page 11 Picture (Display) Settings [PICTURE] Menu [MENU] MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 (Menu) : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during PICTURE mode. Menu Dimmer (display brightness setting range) The brightness of just the display area of the OPEN MOSFET MENU...
  • Page 12 Function Settings [FUNCTION] Menu [MENU] MOSFET MENU BAND APM/ ; / 1 (Menu) : Lights during menu play setting. : Lights during FUNCTION mode. Menu Mute/Attenuation You can select how much to lower the volume when /[MUTE] is pressed. MUTE Default: KEY: MUTE Setting range: KEY: MUTE, KEY: ATT Button Operation Sound...

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