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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at CID3685 User manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Important Safety Notice Introduction What’s in the box Overview of the main unit 2 Get started Install the car audio Turn on Adjust screen Set date and time 3 Use map Upgrade the map 4 Listen to radio Tune to a radio station Store radio stations in memory Tune to a preset station...
  • Page 3: Important

    DivX® video (including DivX® 6) with standard playback of DivX® media fi les. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Philips is under license. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Philips reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly. Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips! To fully benefi t from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. Introduction With the car entertainment system, you can •...
  • Page 5: Overview Of The Main Unit

    Overview of the main unit a MENU • Return to the home menu. b NAVI • Enter the GPS navigation system or exit. (Red) • Terminate call. (Green) • Answer phone. • Dial number. /MUTE/VOL • Turn the unit on or off. •...
  • Page 6 • USB socket. o AV IN • External equipment audio/video in socket. p SD/SDHC/MMC card slot...
  • Page 7: Get Started

    These instructions are for a typical installation. However, if your car has different requirements, make the corresponding adjustment. If you have any questions regarding installation kits, consult your Philips car audio dealer. Caution • This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only.
  • Page 8: Connect Wires

    Connect wires Caution • Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape. Check the car’s wiring carefully, then do the other connections: Yellow Green Blue Yellow 1 White Black Touch controller Yellow Rear screen Amplifier...
  • Page 9: Mount Into The Dashboard

    Check wire connection before you mount the unit into a car. Take off the trim plate of the car. Screw off the host car audio. Fix the mounting brackets to CID3685 with screws (supplied by the car manufacturer). Fix the unit to the dashboard with screws (supplied by the car manufacturer).
  • Page 10: Turn On

    Turn on Caution • Risk of road accidents! Never watch video or adjust settings while you drive. Press and hold /MUTE/VOL to turn on the unit. » The available OSD (On-Screen Display) languages are displayed. Touch a language to select. »...
  • Page 11 Touch to set year, month and day. Set clock mode Touch [Clock mode] . Touch on [12Hr] or [24Hr] to select clock mode. Set time 1. Touch [Time]. 2. Touch on the displayed time. » A submenu is displayed. 3. Touch to set hour and minute.
  • Page 12: Use Map

    3 Use map Note • You may need to upgrade the map before using it (see “Upgrade the map” section) Touch the upper left corner to display home menu. Touch [Navigation]. » The navigation menu is displayed in a few seconds. Refer to the map manual (in Chinese) to operate the navigation tool.
  • Page 13: Listen To Radio

    4 Listen to radio Tune to a radio station Touch the upper left corner to display home menu. Touch [Radio]. » Band and frequency information is displayed. Touch on FM or AM to select band: • FM band options: FM1, FM2, FM3 •...
  • Page 14: Store Radio Stations In Memory

    Store radio stations in memory You can store up to 6 stations in each band. Store stations manually Tune to the station. Touch Touch [Save]. Touch one of the channels 01 to 06 to save the select band. Store stations automatically You can search for a station with intro search, which broadcasts a 10-second preview of each detected radio station.
  • Page 15: Play

    5 Play Load discs You can play video, audio or images stored on the following discs: • DVD video, DVD-R, DVD-RW • • Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW Note • Ensure that the disc contains playable content. Insert the disc into the disc slot with label side facing up.
  • Page 16: Insert Sd/Mmc Card

    Insert SD/MMC card Note • Ensure that the device contains playable content. • The unit supports SDHC card. Open the SD/MMC card cover. Insert the SD/MMC card into the SD/ MMC card slot. » Play starts automatically. Remove the SD/MMC card Select another source.
  • Page 17: Search Within A Title/Folder

    For picture fi les Touch to return to playlist menu. Touch to display all available picture folders. Touch a folder, then touch a picture. Touch to view the picture. Search within a title/folder Search by step Touch anywhere except for the upper left corner to display menu on the screen, if necessary.
  • Page 18: Repeat A Section

    Repeat a section You can repeat a specifi c section of video fi le (repeat A-B). During play, touch anywhere except for the upper left corner to display menu on the screen, if necessary. Touch to display the 2nd menu, if necessary.
  • Page 19: Zoom

    Zoom You can zoom in pictures for a close view. During view pictures, touch anywhere except for the upper left corner to display menu on the screen, if necessary. Touch repeatedly to zoom in the picture. Touch to pan through the enlarged picture.
  • Page 20: Play With Bluetooth Device

    • Turn on the Bluetooth function on the device. Search for Bluetooth device with the device. Select “CID3685” in the pairing list. Enter default password “0000”. » if pairing succeeds. phone call record is displayed. Disconnect Bluetooth devices To disconnect one device, touch »...
  • Page 21: Receive Call

    • [Received calls] • [Dialed calls] • [Phone book] • [Sim phone book] • [Local phone book] Or touch to dial number directly, then touch to dial. Receive call By default, all incoming calls are received automatically. If there is incoming call, [Incoming call...] fl...
  • Page 22 Touch on the selected option to change the setting. • You can also adjust Bluetooth settings in the “Settings” menu.
  • Page 23: Adjust Sound

    7 Adjust sound Adjust volume Turn /MUTE/VOL button clockwise to increase volume. Turn /MUTE/VOL button anti-clockwise to reduce volume. Mute During play, press /MUTE/VOL. • To turn the sound back on, press MUTE/VOL again. • You can also turn off sound by touching Select preset equalizer You can select preset equalizer: •...
  • Page 24: Adjust Fader/Balance

    Adjust fader/balance You can also adjust the front and rear speaker balance, the left and right speaker balance, and subwoofer settings. Touch anywhere except for the upper left corner to display menu on the screen, if necessary. Touch Touch » Below options are displayed: Touch to select subwoofer volume.
  • Page 25: Adjust Settings

    8 Adjust settings Display system setup menu Touch the upper left corner to display main menu. Touch in the middle right side of the screen. » The second main menu is displayed. Touch [Settings]. » The settings menu is displayed. •...
  • Page 26: Adjust Sound Settings

    [Off] Turn off the beep sound. [Calibration] Calibrate the touch screen. Press to exit. Adjust sound settings Touch [Sound]. Touch an option repeatedly to select: Sound Options Description settings [Sub [On] Turn on the subwoofer. woofer] [Off] Turn off the subwoofer. [Sub [80Hz] Select subwoofer fi...
  • Page 27: Adjust Video Settings

    Adjust video settings Touch [Video]. Touch an option repeatedly to select: Video Options Description settings [Aspect [Full] For widescreen ratio] display. [Normal] For normal display. [Video [Auto] The correct format input] is set automatically. Select this option if you are not sure which format should be selected.
  • Page 28: Adjust Bluetooth Settings

    Press to exit. Adjust Bluetooth settings Touch [Bluetooth]. Touch an option repeatedly to select: Bluetooth Options Description settings [Bluetooth] [On] Turn on the Bluetooth function. [Off] Turn off the Bluetooth function. [Auto [On] If the pre-paired connect] device is within the effective range, the unit re-connects to pre-paired device...
  • Page 29: Adjust Volume Settings

    Adjust volume settings You can set different volume for different modes. Touch [Volume]. » The volume setting sub-menu is displayed. Touch on a source. • [DVD] • [USB] • [SDHC] • [Radio] • [Bluetooth] • [AV-IN1] • [AV-IN2] • [CDC] •...
  • Page 30: Others

    Buy a fuse that matches the voltage of the damaged fuse (15A). Replace the fuse. • If the fuse gets damaged immediately after it has been replaced, there may be an internal malfunction. In such case, consult your Philips dealer.
  • Page 31: Product Information

    10 Product information Note • Product information is subject to change without prior notice. General Power supply 12 V DC (11 V - 16 V), negative ground Fuse 15 A Suitable speaker 4 - 8 impedance Maximum power 50 W x 4 channels output Continuous power 24 W x 4 channels...
  • Page 32 Bluetooth Communication Bluetooth Standard version system Output Bluetooth Standard Power Class 2 Maximum Line of sight approx. 8m communication range Frequency band 2.4 GHz band (2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz) Compatible Hands-Free Profi le (HFP) Bluetooth profi les Handset Profi le (HSP) Advanced Audio Distribution Profi...
  • Page 33: Troubleshooting

    If you encounter problems when using this apparatus, check the following points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved, go to the Philips web site (www. philips.com/welcome). When you contact Philips, ensure that the apparatus is nearby and the model number and serial number are available.
  • Page 34 Disconnect that device or all other connected devices and then try again. The paired mobile phone connects and disconnects constantly. • The Bluetooth reception is poor. Move the mobile phone closer to the system or remove any obstacle between the mobile phone and the system.
  • Page 35: Glossary

    12 Glossary Bite rate The max data transfer through the USB port. Bluetooth Bluetooth® is a short-rang wireless protocol that is meant to allow mobile devices to share information and applications without the worry of cables or interface incompatibilities. The name refers to a Viking King who unifi...
  • Page 36 © 2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. G_V1.0 CID3685_UM_93_V1.0 12NC Document order number:...

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