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  • Page 1 User Guide...
  • Page 2: Quick Start

    Quick Start Quick Start Charge the battery (page 13). Set up your XMp3 radio (page 21). Activate your XM subscription online or by calling 1 800 XM RADIO (1-800-967-2346) (page 25). Press the menu button. You should see this screen:...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Features ....... 5 About XM.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Features The XMp3: Record What You Love, Listen When You Want!™ • Live or recorded XM content at your fingertips. Spin the wheel to quickly tune to your favorite XM channels. • Have to step away for a few minutes? Pause and replay up to 30 minutes of XM programming.
  • Page 6: About Xm

    Introduction About XM XM is America’s number one satellite radio company. Broadcasting live daily from studios in Washington, DC, New York City, Chicago, the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Toronto, and Montreal, XM’s 2008 lineup includes more than 170 digital channels of choice from coast to coast: commercial-free music, premier sports, news, talk radio, comedy, children’s and entertainment programming;...
  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions IMPORTANT! Always read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and/or damage to your device. XM Satellite Radio claims no responsibility for damage from data loss due to breakdown, repair or other causes. DO NOT: •...
  • Page 8: Environmental Information

    Introduction objects away from the power plugs. • Stay aware of your surroundings when enjoying your XMp3 radio. If you’re a pedestrian, keep your eyes and ears open. If you’re driving, keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Not doing so can result in personal injury, death, and/or damage to your device, accessories, and/or to your vehicle or other property.
  • Page 9 ONCE YOU ESTABLISH A COMFORTABLE SOUND LEVEL: Leave the volume at that level; do not increase it over time. Pioneer and the Consumer Electronics Association recommend that you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. Sustained sound levels above 85 decibels can be dangerous without...
  • Page 10: Important Battery Information

    (For reference, a garbage disposal or loud shouting at 3 feet are about 80 decibels; a food blender or gas lawn blower at 3 feet are around 90 decibels.) Pioneer disclaims all liability for hearing loss, bodily injury, or property damage as a result of use or misuse of this product.
  • Page 11 recycled. Contact your local recycler for details. Never dispose of batteries in a fire or in water as they may explode. To insert or remove the battery see page 13 for more information. Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See (Applicable to California, U.S.A.)
  • Page 12: What's In The Box

    Introduction What’s in the Box? XMp3 Radio Remote Control Home Stand Battery Earbuds XM Home Antenna AC Power Adapter RCA Audio Cable USB Cable Also Included: User Guide and Getting the Most From your XM Radio Guide...
  • Page 13: Charging The Battery

    Charging the Battery The battery comes from the factory with a small amount of charge. Charge the battery for at least 3 hours before using your XMp3 radio for the first time, or if you have not used it for several months.
  • Page 14: Xmp3 Radio Controls

    Introduction XMp3 Radio Controls Power/Hold Switch Slide down to turn on or off, slide up to lock controls. Menu Go to My Music Library, access advanced features and configu- ration options or info extras information. Back Return to previous screen. Press and hold to return to the previous channel.
  • Page 15: Display

    The functions of the controls may change depending on what you’re doing at the time. In general, remember that: • Turning the wheel highlights different icons or moves up or down a list. Press the XM button to select the highlighted item. back button brings you to the previous screen.
  • Page 16: Additional Symbols

    Introduction Additional symbols Live XM My Music Library Auto Recordings Settings Battery Charging Battery Charged (green) Battery Low (red) Hold - controls locked. To unlock, slide the power switch down to the middle position Mute – to unmute, press both volume up and volume down buttons at the same time Repeat Shuffle...
  • Page 17 microSD card is in the device, has been scanned and is safe to be removed (green) Song included on a playlist MP3 or WMA song loaded onto the microSD card that has been added to a playlist TuneSelect set to alert on artist’s name TuneSelect set to alert on song title XM signal strength MicroSD card is being read.
  • Page 18: Remote Control Functions

    Introduction Remote Control Functions Power Button 30-Minute Replay Buttons Pause and replay up to 30 minutes of live XM content. XM Button/Select Press to confirm selections. Menu Go to My Music Library, access advanced features and configuration options or info extras information. Number Keys Enter a channel directly.
  • Page 19: Microsd Memory Card

    MicroSD Memory Card Turn your XMp3 radio off before inserting or removing the microSD memory card (sold separately at or at your local retailer). To insert the card press it down until it clicks into place. To remove it, press down and it will eject.
  • Page 20: Using This Guide

    Introduction Using this Guide Throughout this guide, you will see instructions such as Select menu → Settings → Change Display → Brightness. This tells you to do the following: Press the menu button. Turn the wheel clockwise until the Press the XM button to select Settings.
  • Page 22: Setup

    Setup Setup for Home or Office Insert your XMp3 radio into the home stand. Connect the power adapter, audio cable, and XM home antenna. Connect your XMp3 radio to your home or office audio system. antenna The XM home antenna plugs into the jack labeled antenna.
  • Page 23 Place the XM home antenna in or near a south facing window for optimal indoor reception. To optimize signal reception, you can mount the XM home antenna outdoors, facing south. Outdoors Outdoors South...
  • Page 24: While Traveling

    Setup While Traveling You can connect the power adapter directly to your XMp3 radio.
  • Page 26: Activation

    Activation Subscribing to XM Before you can listen to any of XM’s more than 170 channels, you must first activate your XMp3 radio. Make sure your XMp3 radio is receiving the XM signal in live mode so that you can hear the audio on Channel 1. Make a note of your XM Radio ID.
  • Page 28: Using Your Xmp3 Radio

    Using your XMp3 Radio Live XM NOTE! Be sure to listen to live XM for at least 8 hours in a 30-day period. This authenticates your XM subscription and ensures you continue to enjoy your live and recorded XM programs. Selecting Channels Turn on your XMp3 radio.
  • Page 29 Turn the wheel to highlight a digit corresponding to the channel number that you want to listen to. Press the XM button to select that digit. Repeat for all the digits of that channel number. When you’ve entered a valid channel number, your XMp3 radio will tune to that channel within 2 seconds.
  • Page 30: Favorite Channels

    Using your XMp3 Radio Categories XM channels are organized into channel categories, or genres, such as “Rock, ” “Jazz, ” or “News. ” To find a channel by category: menu → Live XM → All Categories. Select You’ll see a list of all the XM categories. Turn the wheel to highlight a category, then press the XM button to select it.
  • Page 31: Pause And Replay Live Xm

    You should see a list of your favorite channels. Turn the wheel to highlight the desired channel then press the XM button to select it. To remove a channel from your “Favorites” list: Tune to that channel. options → Remove Favorite. Select Pause and Replay Live XM Need to take a phone call or step away for a few minutes? Now...
  • Page 32: Recording Xm

    Using your XMp3 Radio To return to live XM select menu → All Channels, or All Categories, or Favorite Channels. You can also press several times or enter the channel number using the keypad or from the replay list select Go to Live XM. You won’t be able to record a song that is paused or being replayed.
  • Page 33: Auto Recording

    → Schedule Recording or Menu → Live XM → Schedule Select rec Recording. Use the wheel and channel. Select OK when done. You can use the same method to edit or delete an existing recording session. You can also use the XM2go Music Manager to create, edit, and delete recording sessions.
  • Page 34: Listening To Recorded Content

    Using your XMp3 Radio To designate a specific channel to be auto-recorded: Tune to that channel. rec → Set to Auto Record. You can designate up to 5 channels in this manner. Select To remove channels from the auto-record list, select rec → Remove Auto Rec. Listening to Recorded Content Recorded XM, MP3 and WMA files, audiobooks –...
  • Page 35 You can view all songs in your library of recorded XM content, or sort by artist, category, channel name, and so on. You’ll see similar menus when you view your library of MP3/WMA files or audiobooks. As you listen to recorded music or audiobooks, try pressing options. Depending on the type of content, you will find options to add the songs or artist to your TuneSelect list (XM content only), repeat songs, shuffle songs, add them to playlists, or see more information about the track (if available).
  • Page 36: Program Guide

    Using your XMp3 Radio Program Guide To see what will be playing on a particular channel: While listening to live XM, select options → View Programs. You will see a list of programs that will be playing on that channel. If you then highlight a program and select it, you can see information about that program, schedule to record it, or set an alert that will notify you when the program starts.
  • Page 37: Playlists

    Playlists You can create one or more custom lists, called playlists. A playlist is simply a collection of recorded tracks that play in a certain order. Create a “morning commute” playlist, a “workout” playlist, a “best of” playlist, and more. And yes, the same song can appear on more than one playlist.
  • Page 38 Using your XMp3 Radio To delete a playlist: menu → My Music Library → Recorded XM or menu → My Select Music Library → MP3s and WMAs. Select Playlists. Highlight a playlist name and select To remove songs from a playlist: menu →...
  • Page 39: Tuneselect And Gameselect

    TuneSelect and GameSelect TuneSelect finds your favorite artists or songs and alerts you whenever they are being played on any XM channel. You can save up to 30 songs or artists. When you hear one of your favorite songs or artists, select TuneSelect Song or options →...
  • Page 40 Using your XMp3 Radio When you’re done, press TuneSelect alerts you when it finds this artist name. TuneSelect alerts you when it finds this song title. No alerts set for this song title or artist. GameSelect alerts may be set or disabled in a similar manner. back to exit the screen.
  • Page 41: Info Extras

    Info Extras XM broadcasts information such as sports scores and stock quotes. This information can be displayed at the bottom of your XMp3 radio’s screen. To choose a sport or team: menu → Settings → Info Extras → Sports. Select You’ll see a list of sports.
  • Page 42 Using your XMp3 Radio Choosing a stock is a similar process: menu → Settings → Info Extras → Stocks. Select Select Add Stocks. To add the symbol for Sirius XM Satellite Radio, “SIRI, ” turn the wheel until “S” appears in the first letter position. Press the XM button to confirm. Turn the wheel until “I”...
  • Page 44: Using Your Xmp3 Radio With A Pc

    Using your XMp3 Radio with a PC The XM2go Music Manager runs on Windows-based personal computers and allows you to: • Manage your music: create and customize playlists of XM recordings or your personal MP3 or WMA files. • Schedule recordings. •...
  • Page 45: Setup And Installation

    PCs running Microsoft® Windows® Vista must meet the following requirements: • CPU: 800 MHz or higher for Vista Home; 1 GHz or higher for other Vista editions • Hard drive: at least 100 MB free disk space • RAM: at least 512 MB for Vista Home; at least 1 GB for other Vista editions •...
  • Page 46: My Music

    Using your XMp3 Radio with a PC My Music The XM2go Music Manager helps you organize recorded XM content and your MP3s. • View your XM recordings, including the artist name, song title, the channel it was recorded from and song length. •...
  • Page 47: Record Xm

    Record XM Schedule Recordings of XM content directly from your XMp3 radio, or with the XM2go Music Manager. • Save time by recording up to five channels at the same time. • View all scheduled recordings, including the duration. • View XM’s Online Programming Guide to see what’s playing on XM.
  • Page 48: Bookmarks

    Using your XMp3 Radio with a PC Bookmarks Bookmarks are an easy way to flag your favorite songs while listening to your XMp3 radio. • View songs you have bookmarked on your XMp3 radio and link to to purchase them. •...
  • Page 49: Napster enables you to purchase and own songs you heard and bookmarked on your XMp3 radio. • Easy access to a library of millions of songs. • Add your music library to the XMp3 radio with a standard or high capacity microSD card.
  • Page 50: My Books

    Using your XMp3 Radio with a PC My Books View the authors, titles, and length of audible books saved on your XMp3 radio. • Link to to see available audible books.
  • Page 51: Audible is your source for the internet’s largest selection of premium digital audio. • Choose from over 40,000 downloadable audiobooks, including the latest best sellers and timeless classics. • Download content to your XMp3 radio or other compatible devices and listen at the gym, on your commute, anywhere, anytime.
  • Page 52: Info

    Using your XMp3 Radio with a PC Info View Information about your XMp3 radio such as model and radio ID. • Personalize the name of your XMp3 radio. • View the amount of XM content storage used/available and personal music storage used/available on your XMp3 radio.
  • Page 53: Updating The Xmp3 Radio Firmware

    Updating the XMp3 Radio Firmware Occasionally we make improvements to the XMp3 radio’s firmware, which is the software that makes your XMp3 radio work. Updating the firmware is a quick and easy process: Remember that: • Your XMp3 radio can be either docked or undocked with a power adapter plugged in and must be connected to your PC.
  • Page 55: Settings

    Settings You can manage your XMp3 radio settings by selecting menu → Settings. The list of settings will vary depending on whether you’re using your XMp3 radio in a portable mode, docked into a vehicle cradle, in a home stand, or in a sound system. EQ Settings Change the tone by selecting menu →...
  • Page 56: Edit Alerts

    Settings Edit Alerts If you use TuneSelect, your XMp3 radio alerts you when your favorite song or artist is playing on any live XM channel. You can control how these alerts work. To turn all alerts on or off: menu → Settings → Edit Alerts → All Alerts. Select Press the XM button to turn all alerts off or on.
  • Page 57: Channel Access

    Channel Access Direct Tune Normally, as you scroll through live XM channels using the wheel, your XMp3 radio displays the channel, artist name, and song title, which allows you to preview the information before tuning to that channel. To hear that channel, you would then press the XM button. You can set your XMp3 radio to automatically tune to a channel without having to press the XM button: menu →...
  • Page 58: Auto Recordings

    Settings You can always access a skipped channel by entering its channel number directly. Blocking xL Channels A channel logo that contains “xL” means that you may hear frequent explicit language on that channel. To block these channels: menu → Settings → Channel Access → xL Channels. Select Press the XM button to select Off.
  • Page 59: Antenna Aiming

    the volume of other audio sources. menu → Settings → Line Out Level. Select Turn the wheel to increase or decrease the audio level. Press the XM button to set that level. Do not use the Line-Out Level menu item as a volume control; you should use the volume control on your home or car stereo instead.
  • Page 60: Clock And Sleep Timer

    Settings Clock and Sleep Timer • The time is automatically set using the XM signal. Select Set Time → Time Zone to set the proper time zone for your location. • Your XMp3 radio can automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time. To turn this feature on, select menu →...
  • Page 61: Memory Usage

    You’ll see several confirmation screens. If you change your mind, simply select No. Alternatively, press back to exit this set of menus and return to normal operation. Memory Usage Select menu → Settings → Memory Usage to view memory status on your XMp3 radio. XM Singles •...
  • Page 63: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting XMp3 has been designed and built to be trouble-free but if you experience a problem, try this: • Check that all connections are firm and secure. • Remove its battery, wait at least 30 seconds, then re-insert it. If you see this on the screen: No signal Check Antenna Off Air...
  • Page 64 Troubleshooting If you see this on the screen: Updating Channel Unavailable All Recording Features Not Available This Channel Not Available for Recording This Program Not Available for Recording Connect to XM Antenna Within 30 Days to Avoid Interruption in Listening to XM Recordings Please Connect to XM Antenna to Confirm Valid Subscription Activation Required for Playback...
  • Page 65 If this happens: XMp3 radio shuts off unexpectedly. There is no power or XMp3 radio shuts off quickly. You do not receive all the XM channels you subscribed to. No audio or poor audio. No song title or artist name is displayed.
  • Page 66 If this happens: XM Instant Traffic and Weather channels sound different from other channels. Battery level meter does not match the expected charge or playback time. Your XMp3 radio cannot see any files on the microSD card. Your XMp3 radio still cannot see any files on the microSD card.
  • Page 68: Other Information

    Other Information Product Registration Visit us at the following site: Register your product. We will keep the details of your purchase on file to help you refer to this information in the event of an insurance claim such as loss or theft.
  • Page 69: Product Specifications

    Product Specifications XMp3 Radio Dimensions Weight Storage Capacity Audio Output Antenna Connector (Home and Car) Battery External Power Music File Formats 51 mm (W) X 92 mm (H) X 15 mm (D) 2 in (W) X 3.6 in (H) X 0.6 in (D) 69g without battery / 88g with battery Internal: 2GB Removable memory: Type: microSD™...
  • Page 70 XMp3 Home Car Kit XMp3 Antenna Headphones XMp3 Leather Case 40 mm (W) X 119 mm (H) X 15.4 mm (D) 1.5 in (W) X 4.7 in (H) X 0.60 in (D CR2032 Type: Voltage: 3V GEX-XMP3 CD-XMPCAR1 CD-XMHOME1 CD-XMHEAD1 CD-XMCASE1...
  • Page 71: Patent Information

    Patent Information It is prohibited to, and you agree that you will not, copy, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, hack, manipulate, or otherwise access and/or make available any technology incorporated in receivers compatible with the XM Satellite Radio system. Furthermore, the AMBE®...
  • Page 72: Fcc And Ic Statement

    Other Information FCC and IC Statement The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by XM Satellite Radio Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate this device. This device has been designed to operate with the antenna provided in the original packaging. Use of antenna other than the antenna provided will result in improper operation, and is strictly prohibited per regulations of Industry Canada.
  • Page 73: Limited Warranty

    WARRANTY VALID ONLY IN COUNTRY OF PRODUCT PURCHASE WARRANTY Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. (PUSA), and Pioneer Electronics of Canada, Inc. (POC), warrants that products distributed by PUSA in the U.S.A., and by POC in Canada that fail to function properly under normal use due to a manufacturing defect when installed and operated according to the owner’s manual enclosed with the unit will be repaired or replaced with a...
  • Page 76 Pioneer will investigate the dispute and will either: (1) respond to your complaint in writing informing you what action Pioneer will take, and in what time period, to resolve the dispute; or (2) respond to your complaint in writing informing you why it will not take any action.
  • Page 78 P.O. Box 1760 Long Beach, California 90810 1 800 421 1404 XM, XMp3, XM2go, and related logos are trademarks of XM Satellite Radio Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2008 Pioneer Electronics Service, Inc. All rights reserved.

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