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MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION RECEIVER
AVIC-Z130BT
AVIC-X930BT
AVIC-X9310BT
Notice to all users:
This software requires that the navigation system is
properly connected to your vehicle's parking brake and
depending on your vehicle, additional installation may
be required. For more information, please contact your
Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at
(800) 421-1404.
Be sure to read Important Information for the User
first!
Important Information for the User includes the
important information that you must understand before
using this navigation system.
English

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  • Page 1 For more information, please contact your Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at (800) 421-1404. Be sure to read Important Information for the User...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this man- ual in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 3 Contents Sudden start alert 33 Searching for and selecting a location The basic flow of creating your route 34 Searching for a location by address 35 – Searching for a city name first 35 – Finding the location by specifying the house number 36 Setting up a route to your home 37 Searching for Points of Interest (POI) 37...
  • Page 4 Contents – Pairing from your Bluetooth devices 57 – Searching for a specified Bluetooth device 58 – Deleting a registered device 59 Connecting a registered Bluetooth device manually 59 – Setting for priority connecting 60 Using hands-free phoning Displaying the phone menu 61 Making a phone call 61 –...
  • Page 5 Contents Using advanced functions 84 – Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies 85 – Switching the seek mode 85 – Tuning in strong signals 85 – Switching the reception mode 85 Playing audio CDs Starting procedure 87 Reading the screen 87 Using the touch panel keys 88 Operating by hardware buttons 89 Using advanced functions 89...
  • Page 6 Contents – Starting procedure 122 – Reading the screen 122 – Using the touch panel keys 122 Using advanced functions 122 Using Pandora® Starting procedure 124 Reading the screen 124 Using the touch panel keys 126 Operating by hardware buttons 126 Using Aha Radio Starting procedure 127 Reading the screen 128...
  • Page 7 Contents Correcting the current location 155 Changing the eco-function setting 155 Displaying the screen for map settings 156 Setting the auto-zoom display 156 Setting the detailed city map 156 Setting the barrier graphic for city map 157 Displaying the traffic notification icon 157 Displaying the Bluetooth connection icon 158 Setting the current street name display 158...
  • Page 8 Contents – Voice operation for the iPod 185 – Voice operation for AV source (other than iPod) 186 – Voice commands related to hands-free phoning 187 Tips for the voice operation 188 Other functions Setting the anti-theft function 189 – Setting the password 189 –...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction Manual overview Before using this product, be sure to read Im- portant Information for the User (a separate manual) which contains warnings, cautions, and other important information that you should note. The screen examples shown in this manual are the ones for AVIC-Z130BT. If you use a dif- ferent model, the screens that appear may dif- fer from the examples in the manual.
  • Page 10: Notice Regarding Video Viewing

    In this manual, iPod and iPhone will be re- ferred to as iPod. p When you use this navigation system with a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- IU51V) (sold separately), you can control an iPod compatible with this navigation sys- tem.
  • Page 11: Map Coverage

    Introduction Map coverage For details about the map coverage of this na- vigation system, refer to the information on our website. Protecting the LCD panel and screen p Do not allow direct sunlight to fall on the LCD screen when this product is not being used.
  • Page 12: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic operation Checking part names and functions This chapter gives information about the names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. AVIC-Z130BT (with the LCD panel closed) AVIC-Z130BT (with the LCD panel open)
  • Page 13 Basic operation AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X9310BT button ! Press the button to activate voice op- erations. = For details, refer to Chapter 33. ! Press and hold the button to switch the AV source to mute. To cancel the muting, press and hold it again.
  • Page 14: Protecting Your Product From Theft

    Chapter Basic operation a Multi-control (Volume knob/ ! Rotate to adjust the AV (Audio and Video) source volume. ! Press the center of Multi-control to hear the route guidance. ! Press and hold the center of Multi-con- trol to mute the AV (Audio and Video) source.
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Lcd Panel Angle

    Basic operation Adjusting the LCD panel angle p This function is available for AVIC-Z130BT only. WARNING When opening, closing and adjusting the angle of the LCD panel, be careful not to get your fin- gers caught. CAUTION Do not open or close the LCD panel by force. This may cause malfunction.
  • Page 16: Ejecting A Disc (For Avic-Z130Bt)

    ! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses arising from data loss or corruption.
  • Page 17: Ejecting An Sd Memory Card (For Avic-Z130Bt)

    Basic operation Press the h button. The “Monitor Setup” screen appears. Touch [SD Insert]. The LCD panel opens, and the SD card slot ap- pears. Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. Insert it with the label surface facing to the up- side and press the card until it clicks and com- pletely locks.
  • Page 18: Inserting An Sd Memory Card (For Avic-X930Bt And Avic-X9310Bt)

    Chapter Basic operation If data related to map data, such as custo- mized POI data, is stored on the SD memory card, operating procedures are slightly differ- ent. Press the h button and then touch [Eject SD]. Touch [Yes]. The navigation system restarts, and then the LCD panel opens.
  • Page 19: Plugging And Unplugging A Usb Storage Device

    ! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses arising from data loss or corruption.
  • Page 20: Connecting Your Ipod

    Chapter Basic operation Connecting your iPod Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- tion system. p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU51V) (sold separately) is required for connection. p For details about iPod compatibility with this navigation system, refer to the informa- tion on our website.
  • Page 21: Regular Startup

    Basic operation Read the disclaimer carefully, checking its details, and then touch [OK] if you agree to the conditions. The map screen appears. Regular startup % Start the engine to boot up the system. After a short pause, the splash screen comes on for a few seconds.
  • Page 22: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screens

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Screen switching overview...
  • Page 23: What You Can Do On Each Menu

    How to use the navigation menu screens What you can do on each menu 1 Top Menu Press the HOME button to display the “Top Menu” screen. This is the starting menu to access the desired screens and operate the various functions. There are two types of the “Top Menu”...
  • Page 24: Removing A Shortcut

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Move the icon to the left side of the screen, and then release it. The selected item is added to shortcut. Removing a shortcut Touch and hold the icon of the shortcut you want to remove.
  • Page 25: How To Use The Map

    How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navigation system can be seen on the map. You need to be- come familiar with how information appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen. p Information with an asterisk (*) appears only when the route is set.
  • Page 26: Enlarged Map Of The Intersection

    Chapter How to use the map 8 Street name (or city name) that your vehi- cle is traveling along = For details, refer to Setting the current street name display on page 158. 9 Extension tab for the AV information bar Touching this tab opens the AV information bar and enables you to briefly view the current status on the AV source.
  • Page 27: Display During Freeway Driving

    Routable roads (the route displayed and high- lighted in violet) have only basic data and can only be used to plot a navigable route. Pioneer Navigation will only display a navigable route on the map (only the arrival guidance for the destination or a waypoint is available).
  • Page 28: Switching The Map Orientation

    Chapter How to use the map Touch to change the map scale. p If you do not operate the function for a few seconds, the touch panel keys for map dis- play control disappear. # If you touch the direct scale key, the map is changed to the selected scale directly.
  • Page 29: Using Shortcut Menus On The Map

    How to use the map Touch The “Information List” screen appears. Touch the item that you want to check the detailed information. Information for a specified location appears. The information shown varies according to the location. (There may be no information for that location.) = For details, refer to Setting the display of icons of favorite locations on page 158.
  • Page 30: Switching The View Mode

    Chapter How to use the map Displays the “Volume Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Setting the Volume for Guidance and Phone on page 165. : Contacts Displays the “Contacts List” screen. = For details, refer to Calling a number in the phone book on page 62.
  • Page 31 Chapter How to use the map = For details, refer to Checking the eco- friendly driving status on the next page.
  • Page 32: Eco-Friendly Driving Functions

    Chapter Eco-friendly driving functions This navigation system is equipped with eco- friendly driving functions that can be used to estimate whether you are driving in an envir- onmentally friendly way. This chapter describes these functions. ! The fuel mileage calculated is based on a theoretical value determined from vehicle speed and position information from the navigation system.
  • Page 33: Displaying Eco Drive Level Guidance

    Eco-friendly driving functions A comparison of the past average fuel mileage and the average fuel mileage for 90 seconds in the past, while the ve- hicle is driving on a freeway. 4 Animal icons The number of displayed animal icons in- creases or decreases according to the value of “Eco Score”.
  • Page 34: Searching For And Selecting A Location

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location CAUTION For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking brake before setting your route.
  • Page 35: Searching For A Location By Address

    Searching for and selecting a location Searching for a location by address The most frequently used function is “Ad- dress”, in which the address is specified and the destination is searched. You can select the method of searching for a location by address.
  • Page 36: Finding The Location By Specifying The House Number

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the street name and then touch [OK]. The “Street Selection” screen appears. Touch the street you want. 10 Enter the house number and then touch [OK]. The “House Number Selection” screen ap- pears.
  • Page 37: Setting Up A Route To Your Home

    Searching for and selecting a location If the house number you have entered is not found, a message appears. In that case, all house number ranges are listed after touching [Yes]. # If you touch , the geographic center of the city appears on the map screen.
  • Page 38: Searching For A Nearby Poi

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the POI name and then touch [OK]. The “POI List” screen appears. # If you change the region to search, touch the state code key and display the “State List” screen to change the setting. State code key If the destination is in another country, touch [Country] to change the country setting when...
  • Page 39: Selecting Destination From "Favorites

    Searching for and selecting a location p If the search candidates number reaches 20 or less, the screen automatically changes to the search result screen. Display the “Destination Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22. Touch [POI].
  • Page 40: Searching For Pois By Using The Data On The Sd Memory Card

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for POIs by using the data on the SD memory card Creating a customized POI is possible by using the utility program AVIC FEEDS which is available separately, on your PC. (AVIC FEEDS will be available on our website.) Storing the customized POI properly and inserting the SD memory card enables the system to use the...
  • Page 41 Searching for and selecting a location Touch [East] or [West], and then enter the longitude. To enter W 50°1’2.5” for example, touch [West], [0], [5], [0], [0], [1], [0], [2], and [5]. Touch [North] or [South], and then enter the latitude. To enter N 5°1’2.5”...
  • Page 42: After The Location Is Decided

    Chapter After the location is decided Setting a route to your destination Search for a location. = For details, refer to Chapter 6. After searching for the destination, the Loca- tion confirmation screen appears. Touch [OK]. Location confirmation screen The destination is set, and then route calcula- tion starts.
  • Page 43: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Checking and modifying the current route Displaying the route overview Press the HOME button to display the “Top Menu” screen. Touch [Destination]. The “Destination Menu” screen appears. Touch [Route Overview]. 1 Options = For details, refer to Modifying the route calculation conditions on this page.
  • Page 44: Checking The Current Itinerary

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Calculates a route that may include toll roads (including toll areas). Calculates a route that avoids toll roads (in- cluding toll areas). p The system may calculate a route that in- cludes toll roads even if “On” is selected. Avoid Ferry This setting controls whether ferry crossings should be taken into account.
  • Page 45: Editing Waypoints

    Checking and modifying the current route Editing waypoints You can edit waypoints (locations you want to visit on the way to your destination) and recal- culate the route so that it passes through these locations. Adding a waypoint Up to 5 waypoints can be set, and waypoints and final destination can be sorted automati- cally or manually.
  • Page 46: Sorting Waypoints

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Sorting waypoints You can sort waypoints and recalculate the route. p You cannot sort waypoints that you have al- ready passed. Display the “Route Overview” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the route overview on page 43.
  • Page 47: Registering And Editing Locations

    Registering and editing locations Storing favorite locations Storing your favorite locations as “Favorites” provides you with the opportunity to save the time and effort of re-entering this information. Stored items can be made available on “Fa- vorites” later. Registering a location by “Favorites”...
  • Page 48: Editing Your Home

    Chapter Registering and editing locations 1 Name You can enter the desired name. p Up to 17 characters can be input for the name. 2 Phone# You can edit the registered phone number. To dial the number, touch [Call]. The maximum digits you can enter for the phone number is 15.
  • Page 49: Deleting A Favorite Location From The List

    Registering and editing locations Deleting a favorite location from the list Display the “Destination Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22. Touch [Favorites]. The “Favorites” screen appears. Touch [Delete]. Select the location you want to delete. A check mark appears next to the selected lo- cation.
  • Page 50: Deleting The Destination History From The List

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. = For details of the operation, refer to Insert- ing and ejecting an SD memory card on page 16. Display the “Destination Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 51: Using Traffic Information

    Using traffic information p Please note that use of the traffic informa- tion function on AVIC-X930BT or AVIC- X9310BT will require that a separately sold Traffic tuner (ND-TMC10) be connected. You can check real-time traffic information transmitted by the Traffic Management Chan- nel (TMC) of the receive data services (RDS) on the screen.
  • Page 52: Checking Traffic Information On The Route

    Chapter Using traffic information When you touch [Traffic on Route], the list displayed will be sorted according to the distance from the vehicle position to the traffic information. You can sort the traffic information in alpha- betical order. You can sort the traffic information accord- ing to the incident.
  • Page 53: Setting An Alternative Route To Avoid Traffic Congestion

    Using traffic information Select an incident you want to view in detail. The details of the selected incident are dis- played. p Touching an incident you want to see allows you to view the detailed information of the incident. If the information cannot be dis- played on one screen, touch the remaining information.
  • Page 54: Checking For Traffic Congestion Automatically

    Chapter Using traffic information Checking for traffic congestion automatically If there is information about traffic congestion on your current route and if an alternative route can be found, the navigation system will recommend a new alternative route automati- cally. In such a case, the following screen will appear.
  • Page 55: Selecting Traffic Information To Display

    Using traffic information p Notification icon shows the nearest traffic information on the route. However, if you touch [Diversion], the route is recalculated by taking into account not only this infor- mation, but also all traffic congestion infor- mation on the route. = For details, refer to Checking for traffic con- gestion automatically on the previous page.
  • Page 56: Registering And Connecting A Bluetooth

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device If your devices feature Bluetooth this navigation system can be connected to your devices wirelessly. This section describes how to set up a Bluetooth connection. For details about the connectivity with the de- vices featuring Bluetooth wireless technology, refer to the information on our website.
  • Page 57: Pairing From Your Bluetooth Devices

    Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Wait until your Bluetooth device ap- pears in the list. p If you cannot find the Bluetooth device that you want to connect, check that the device is waiting for the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology connection.
  • Page 58: Searching For A Specified Bluetooth Device

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Register the navigation system on your Bluetooth device. If your device asks you to enter a password, enter the password of the navigation system. When the device is successfully registered, the connection settings are made from the de- vice.
  • Page 59: Deleting A Registered Device

    Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the Bluetooth device name you want to register. # If you touch [Search Again], the system starts searching for Bluetooth devices waiting for con- nection, and displays them in the list format when any devices are detected. Enter the password (the default pass- word is “1111”) using the Bluetooth de- vice.
  • Page 60: Setting For Priority Connecting

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ! Connection cannot be established automa- tically for some reason. If you start connection manually, carry out the following procedure. You can also connect the Bluetooth device by having the navigation sys- tem detect it automatically. Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your devices.
  • Page 61: Using Hands-Free Phoning

    Using hands-free phoning CAUTION For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as much as possible while driving. If your cellular phone features Bluetooth tech- nology, this navigation system can be con- nected to your cellular phone wirelessly. Using this hands-free function, you can operate the navigation system to make or receive phone calls.
  • Page 62: Making A Call Home Easily

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Making a call home easily You can call home without taking the time to enter the phone number if the phone number has been registered. Display the “Phone Menu” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the phone menu on the previous page.
  • Page 63: Dialing From The History

    Using hands-free phoning Enter the desired name and then touch [OK]. The “Contacts Name Search Results” screen appears. Touch the desired name on the list. The “Contacts Type Selection” screen ap- pears. Touch the desired entry on the list to make a call.
  • Page 64: Dialing From The Map

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [POI]. The “POI Search” screen appears. Search for the POI. The “POI List” screen appears. = For details of the operation, refer to Search- ing for Points of Interest (POI) on page 37. Touch next to the POI that you want to call.
  • Page 65: Transferring The Phone Book

    Using hands-free phoning Touch to end the call. The call ends. p You may hear a noise when you hang up the phone. # If you touch [Vol –] or [Vol +], you can adjust the volume when talking. # If you touch [Close Menu], the operation menu during call is minimized.
  • Page 66: Deleting Registered Contacts

    Editing the device name You can change the device name to be dis- played on your cellular phone. (Default is “PIONEER NAVI”.) Display the “Settings Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 67: Stopping Bluetooth Wave Transmission

    Using hands-free phoning Touch to delete the current pass- word, and enter the new password by using the keyboard. Touch [OK]. The password is changed. Stopping Bluetooth wave transmission You can stop transmission of electric waves by turning off the Bluetooth function. If you do not use the Bluetooth wireless technology, we recommend selecting “Off”.
  • Page 68: Clearing Memory

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Refuse All Calls]. Each touch of [Refuse All Calls] changes the settings as follows: ! Off (default): Accepts all incoming calls. ! On: Rejects all incoming calls. p If both “Refuse All Calls” and “Auto An- swer Preference”...
  • Page 69: Notes For Hands-Free Phoning

    Using hands-free phoning Touch [Yes]. Update starts. Wait until the upgrade process is com- plete. A message will appear after the update is complete. Touch [OK]. The message disappears, and the map screen returns. 10 Eject the SD memory card. Notes for hands-free phoning General notes ! Connection to all cellular phones featuring...
  • Page 70: Basic Operations Of The Av Source

    Basic operations of the AV source This chapter describes the basic operations of the AV source. You can play or use the following sources with your Pioneer navigation system. ! Tuner (HD Radio tuner) (*1) ! FM (*2) ! AM (*2)
  • Page 71: Selecting An Item

    Basic operations of the AV source Touch the appropriate key to display the list that you want. Touch the key on the right edge of the screen. The AV operation screen returns. Selecting an item Scroll the list by dragging items up or down to display the item you want to se- lect.
  • Page 72: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) p This function is available for AVIC-X930BT and AVIC-X9310BT. You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio (FM). Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 73: Using The Radio (Fm)

    Using the radio (FM) Using the touch panel keys 1 Performs manual tuning To tune manually, touch [o] or [p] briefly. The frequencies move up or down one step at a time. Performs seek tuning To perform seek tuning, touch and hold [o] or [p] for about one second and then re- lease.
  • Page 74: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Select a frequency that you want to store in memory. Display the preset channel list. = For details, refer to Switches between the AV operation screen and the preset list display on the previous page. Keep touching a preset tuning key [P1] to [P6].
  • Page 75 Using the radio (FM) on the “FM” screen. Touch The “Function” menu appears. Touch [Local]. Touch [On] to turn local seek tuning on. # If you touch [Off], local seek tuning is turned off. Touch [cPrev] or [Nextd] to set the sen- sitivity.
  • Page 76: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) p This function is available for AVIC-X930BT and AVIC-X9310BT. You can listen to the radio using this naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio (AM). Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 77: Using The Radio (Am)

    Using the radio (AM) Using the touch panel keys 1 Performs manual tuning To tune manually, touch [o] or [p] briefly. The frequencies move up or down one step at a time. Performs seek tuning To perform seek tuning, touch and hold [o] or [p] for about one second and then re- lease.
  • Page 78: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) Display the preset channel list. = For details, refer to Switches between the AV operation screen and the preset list display on the previous page. Keep touching a preset tuning key [P1] to [P6]. Preset list display Preset tuning keys = For details of the list operations, refer to Op- erating list screens (e.g.
  • Page 79 Using the radio (AM) on the “AM” screen. Touch The “Function” menu appears. Touch [Local]. Touch [On] to turn local seek tuning on. # If you touch [Off], local seek tuning is turned off. Touch [cPrev] or [Nextd] to set the sen- sitivity.
  • Page 80: Hd Radio Reception

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for HD Radio reception. For AVIC-X930BTand AVIC-X9310BTusers ™ This HD Radio Ready receiver (this navigation system) is ready to receive HD Radio broad- casts when connected to the GEX-P20HD, GEX-P10HD, sold separately.
  • Page 81: Reading The Screen

    ™ HD Radio reception Reading the screen 1 Band indicator Shows which band the radio is tuned to: FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM. 2 Detailed information = For details, refer to Switching the display on page 83. 3 Signal level indicator 4 Frequency indicator 5 Signal type indicator Shows the type of signal currently being re-...
  • Page 82: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception Using the touch panel keys 1 Performs manual tuning To tune manually, touch [o] or [p] briefly. The frequencies move up or down one step at a time. Performs seek tuning To perform seek tuning, touch and hold [o] or [p] for about one second and then re- lease.
  • Page 83: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies

    ™ HD Radio reception Touch this key when receiving the song infor- mation of the song on air, and you can store the song information on your iPod. = For details, refer to Storing song informa- tion to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on the next page.
  • Page 84: Scrolling The Detailed Information

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception p Only when the tuner has been tuned in to an HD Radio station, can the display be changed. p When the tuner has been tuned in to an HD Radio station, default display is changed into station name instead of frequency.
  • Page 85: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    ™ HD Radio reception 1 Stores the strongest broadcast frequen- cies 2 Switches the seek mode 3 Tunes in strong signals 4 Switches the reception mode = For details of each function, refer to sec- tions below with the relative titles. Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies BSM (best stations memory) lets you automa-...
  • Page 86 Chapter ™ HD Radio reception Touch [Blending] to switch the recep- tion mode. ! Analog: Receives analog broadcasting only. ! D/A Auto: Automatically switches to the analog broad- cast of the same frequency level as the digi- tal broadcast. p If you select “Analog” on this setting while [Seek] is set to “HD”, the setting on [Seek] turns to “All”...
  • Page 87: Playing Audio Cds

    Playing audio CDs You can play a normal music CD using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section describes how. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70. Insert the disc you want to play into disc-loading slot.
  • Page 88: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Using the touch panel keys 1 Scans tracks of a CD Scan play is performed by touching only one key. = For details of the operation, refer to Scans tracks of a CD on the next page. 2 Plays tracks in random order All of the tracks in the disc can be played at random by touching only one key.
  • Page 89: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Playing audio CDs Operating by hardware buttons Pressing the TRK button You can skip tracks forward or backward. Pressing and holding the TRK button You can perform fast reverse or fast for- ward. Using advanced functions on the “CD” screen. % Touch The “Function”...
  • Page 90: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM You can play a disc that contains compressed audio files using the built-in drive of the navi- gation system. This section describes these operations. p In the following description, the MP3, WMA, AAC files are collectively referred to as “Compressed audio file”.
  • Page 91 Playing music files on ROM p “- - - - - - -” is displayed if there is no corre- sponding information. 4 Current time 5 File information ! File number indicator ! File name indicator ! File type indicator Shows the type of audio files.
  • Page 92: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Using the touch panel keys 1 Scans folders and files Scan play is performed by touching only one key. = For details of the operation, refer to Scans folders and files on the next page.
  • Page 93: Playing Music Files On Rom

    Playing music files on ROM = For details, refer to Operating list screens (e.g. iPod list screen) on page 70. Touching displays the content of the upper folder (parent folder). If the uppermost folder is listed, cannot be used. 9 Switches the media file type played When playing a disc containing a mixture of various media file types, you can switch be- tween media file types to play.
  • Page 94 Chapter Playing music files on ROM Each touch of [Sound Retriever] changes the setting as follows: ! MODE 1: Activates “Sound Retriever” function. ! MODE 2: Activates “Sound Retriever” function. ! Off: Deactivates “Sound Retriever” function. p “MODE 2” has a stronger effect than “MODE 1”...
  • Page 95: Playing A Dvd-Video

    Playing a DVD-Video You can play a DVD-Video using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- scribes operations for playing a DVD-Video. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 96: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Using the touch panel keys Playback screen (page 1) Playback screen (page 2) p With some discs, the icon 9 may be dis- played, meaning that the operation is inva- lid. 1 Displays the “Function” menu = For details, refer to Using advanced func- tions on page 99.
  • Page 97: Resuming Playback (Bookmark)

    Playing a DVD-Video 8 Skips forward or backward Touching [p] skips to the start of the next chapter. Touching [o] once skips to the start of the current chapter. Touching it twice quickly will skip to the previous chapter. 9 Stops playback a Displays the DVD menu You can display the menu by touching [Menu] or [Top Menu] while a disc is playing.
  • Page 98: Searching For A Specific Scene And Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Searching for a specific scene and starting playback from a specified time You can search for the scene you want by spe- cifying a title or a chapter, and the time. p Chapter search and time search are not available when disc playback has been stopped.
  • Page 99: Frame-By-Frame Playback

    Playing a DVD-Video p If the touch panel keys for DVD menu selec- tion disappear, touching anywhere on the screen, then touch . The touch panel keys are displayed again. Touch [Enter]. Playback starts from the selected menu item. The way to display the menu differs depending on the disc.
  • Page 100 Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Each touch of [L/R Select] changes the set- tings as follows: ! L+R: Left and right ! L: Left ! R: Right ! Mix: Mixing left and right p This function is not available when disc playback has been stopped.
  • Page 101: Playing A Divx Video

    Playing a DivX video You can play a DivX disc using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- scribes those operations. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 102: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Using the touch panel keys Playback screen (page 1) p With some discs, the icon 9 may be dis- played, meaning that the operation is inva- lid. 1 Switches the media file type played When playing a disc containing a mixture of various media file types, you can switch be- tween media file types to play.
  • Page 103: Frame-By-Frame Playback

    Playing a DivX video p If you want to display the touch panel keys and information of the current video again, touch anywhere on the LCD screen. 8 Skips forward or backward Touching [p] skips to the start of the next file.
  • Page 104: Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Starting playback from a specified time You can search for a desired scene by specify- ing the time. p Time search are not possible when disc playback has been stopped. Touch [Search]. Touch the keys to input the target num- ber or time and then touch [Enter].
  • Page 105: Dvd-Video Or Divx Setup

    DVD-Video or DivX setup This chapter describes how to configure the DVD-Video/DivX player. Displaying DVD/DivX® Setup menu Play the disc that contains DVD-Video or DivX. Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70. Touch The “Function”...
  • Page 106: Setting The Aspect Ratio

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup Setting the aspect ratio There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) of 16:9, while a regular display has a TV aspect of 4:3. If you use a regular rear display with a TV aspect of 4:3, you can set the aspect ratio suitable for your rear display.
  • Page 107: Setting The Auto Play

    DVD-Video or DivX setup p If you forget the registered code number, touch 10 times on the number input screen. The registered code number is can- celed, letting you register a new one. Setting the auto play When a DVD disc with DVD menu is inserted, this unit will cancel the DVD menu automati- cally and start playback from the first chapter of the first title.
  • Page 108: Language Code Chart For Dvds

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup Language code chart for DVDs Two-letter code, Language input code aa, 0101 Afar ab, 0102 Abkhazian af, 0106 Afrikaans am, 0113 Amharic ar, 0118 Arabic as, 0119 Assamese ay, 0125 Aymara az, 0126 Azerbaijani ba, 0201 Bashkir be, 0205 Belarusian...
  • Page 109: Playing Music Files (From Usb Or Sd)

    Playing music files (from USB or SD) You can play the compressed audio files stored in the external storage device (USB, SD). p In the following description, the SD mem- ory card and USB memory device are col- lectively referred to as the “external storage device (USB, SD)”.
  • Page 110 Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Repeats all compressed audio files in the selected external sto- rage device (USB, SD). Repeats just the current file. Repeats the current folder. 3 Current file information : Folder name Shows the folder name currently play- ing.
  • Page 111: Using The Touch Panel Keys (Music)

    Playing music files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys (Music) 1 Scans folders and files Scan play is performed by touching only one key. = For details of the operation, refer to Scans folders and files on the next page.
  • Page 112: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) 9 Switches the operation screen Tapping this key switches between the screen to operate music files and the screen to oper- ate video files. This touch panel key is avail- able only when there are both audio and video files in the external storage device (USB, SD).
  • Page 113: Playing Video Files (From Usb Or Sd)

    Playing video files (from USB or SD) You can play the video files stored in the exter- nal storage device (USB, SD). p In the following description, the SD mem- ory card and USB memory device are col- lectively referred to as the “external storage device (USB, SD)”.
  • Page 114: Using The Touch Panel Keys (Video)

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys (Video) 1 Switches the operation screen Tapping this key switches between the screen to operate music files and the screen to oper- ate video files. This touch panel key is avail- able only when there are both audio and video files in the external storage device (USB, SD).
  • Page 115: Searching For A Specific Scene And Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Playing video files (from USB or SD) 9 Stops playback Searching for a specific scene and starting playback from a specified time You can search for a desired scene by specify- ing the time. Touch [Search]. Touch the keys to input the target num- ber or time and then touch [Enter].
  • Page 116: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- tion system. p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU51V) (sold separately) is required for connection. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen.
  • Page 117 Using an iPod (iPod) Shows the title of the current song. When a podcast is played, the episode is displayed (when available). : Chapter number Shows the current chapter number and total number of chapters when the file with chapters played (when available). ! Play time Shows the elapsed playing time within the current song (episode).
  • Page 118: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Using the touch panel keys Music Video 1 Sets the shuffle play for music The shuffle play setting can be changed by touching only one key. = For details, refer to Sets the shuffle play for music on page 123. 2 Sets a repeat play range The repeat play range can be changed by touching only one key.
  • Page 119: Using An Ipod (Ipod)

    Using an iPod (iPod) Touching the key displays the MusicSphere screen, and a playlist created with the PC ap- plication (MusicSphere) can be played. = For details, refer to Playing Music- Sphere on page 122. 4 Selects a song to play Scrolling the keys up or down displays songs, and tapping a song starts playback.
  • Page 120: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) p If you want to display the touch panel keys and information of the current video again, touch anywhere on the LCD screen. i Displays the top category menu for video Touching the key displays the top category for video playback.
  • Page 121: Operating The Functions From Your Ipod

    Using an iPod (iPod) Scroll by dragging tabs up or down to display the character that you want to re- fine. Character tabs Tap the tab to select the character and display the page which includes applicable options. p An article listed below and space at the be- ginning of the artist name will be ignored and the next character will be taken into ac- count for searching.
  • Page 122: Playing Musicsphere

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Playing MusicSphere You can play playlists created with the PC ap- plication (MusicSphere) using an exciting gra- phic interface. p PC application (MusicSphere) will be avail- able on our website. Starting procedure Display the music operation screen of the iPod.
  • Page 123 Using an iPod (iPod) ! All: Repeats all songs or videos in the selected list. ! One: Repeats just the current song or video. 2 Sets the shuffle play for music This function shuffles songs or albums and plays them in random order. Each touch of [Shuffle] changes the setting as follows: ! Off: Does not shuffle.
  • Page 124: Using Pandora

    Pandora Internet Radio on this navigation system. Because the application for the iPhone is not provided by Pioneer, the required version of the application may not yet be available at the time of purchase of the navigation system.
  • Page 125 ® Using Pandora Shows the elapsed playing time within the current song. p “- - - - - - -” is displayed if there is no corre- sponding information. 2 Current time 3 Album artwork Album art of the current song is displayed if it is available.
  • Page 126: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using Pandora Using the touch panel keys 1 Selects a Pandora station from the list Touching the key displays the list of your Pandora stations to select one of them to play. = For details, refer to Operating list screens (e.g.
  • Page 127: Using Aha Radio

    Aha Radio content on this na- vigation system. Because the application for the iPhone is not provided by Pioneer, the required version of the application may not yet be available at the time of purchase of the navigation system.
  • Page 128: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using Aha Radio Reading the screen 1 Current station information Shows which source has been selected. ! Station name Shows the name of the Aha Radio sta- tion that the navigation system is cur- rently tuned to. ! Detailed information Shows the information on the content currently being played.
  • Page 129: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Using Aha Radio Using the touch panel keys 1 Selects an Aha Radio station from the list Touching this key displays the list of your avail- able Aha Radio stations. Touch the desired Aha Radio station to change Aha sources. = For details of the list operations, refer to Operating list screens (e.g.
  • Page 130: Functions Coupled With Aha Radio And The Navigation System

    Chapter Using Aha Radio Indicator Meaning Touching the key unsubscribes the selected content. The unsub- scribed content will be deleted from the My Feeds station. Touching the key follows the cur- rent content. The followed con- tent will be added to the My Feeds station.
  • Page 131: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    Using the Bluetooth audio player You can control the Bluetooth audio player. p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, you need to register and connect the device to this navigation system. = For details, refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 56. p Operations may vary depending on the kind of a Bluetooth audio player.
  • Page 132 Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Does not repeat. Repeats just the current file. Repeats all audio files in the Bluetooth audio player. 2 Current file information If the connected Bluetooth audio player fea- tures AVRCP 1.3, the following file information will be displayed.
  • Page 133: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Using the Bluetooth audio player Using the touch panel keys 1 Plays files in random order All of the files within the repeat play range can be played at random by touching only one key. p This function is available only when the connected Bluetooth audio player fea- tures AVRCP 1.3.
  • Page 134: Using Advanced Functions

    Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Using advanced functions p This menu is available only when the con- nected Bluetooth audio player features AVRCP 1.3. on the “Audio” screen. % Touch The “Function” menu appears. 1 Changes the repeat range Each touch of [Repeat] changes the setting as follows: ! All: Repeats all audio files in the...
  • Page 135: Using The Xm Tuner

    Using the XM tuner You can use the navigation system to control an XM satellite digital tuner, which is sold se- parately. For details concerning operation, refer to the XM tuner’s operation manuals. This section provides information on XM operations with the navigation system which differs from that described in the XM tuner’s operation man- ual.
  • Page 136 Chapter Using the XM tuner Shows the title of the current song (pro- gram). p “- - - - - - -” is displayed if there is no corre- sponding information. 3 Current time 4 XM station information ! XM station name logo ! XM channel number ! Preset number Shows what preset item has been se-...
  • Page 137: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Using the XM tuner Using the touch panel keys All CH Mode Category Mode 1 Performs manual tuning The channels move up or down one at a time. p If you keep touching [o] or [p] you can skip the broadcasting channels. 2 Switches between the AV operation screen and the preset list display You can switch the screen display according...
  • Page 138: Selecting An Xm Channel Directly

    Chapter Using the XM tuner = For details of the operation, refer to Switching between the AV operation screen and the list screen on page 70. 3 Memorizes the current song = For details, refer to Memorizing the song on the next page. 4 Recalls channels from the preset Once you have stored broadcast channels, you can easily recall preset channels from...
  • Page 139: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Stations

    Using the XM tuner Storing and recalling broadcast stations With a tap of any of the preset tuning keys (“P1” to “P6”), you can easily store up to six broadcast channels for later recall (also with the tap of a key). Select the channel that you want to store in memory.
  • Page 140: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the XM tuner p The memorized title may not be displayed correctly depending on the conditions. p You can customize the setting for the mem- orized songs later. = For details concerning operations, refer to Setting the memorized songs on this page.
  • Page 141: Using The Sirius Tuner

    When you use the SiriusConnect universal tuner (sold separately) with this navigation system, Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE is required. For details concerning operation, refer to the owner’s manual of Pioneer SIR- IUS BUS INTERFACE and SiriusConnect universal tuner. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen.
  • Page 142: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Using the touch panel keys All CH Mode Category Mode 1 Switches the SIRIUS Instant replay mode = For details, refer to Using the “Instant Replay” function on page 144. 2 Performs manual tuning The channels move up or down one at a time. p If you keep touching [o] or [p] you can skip the broadcasting channels.
  • Page 143: Selecting A Sirius Channel Directly

    Using the SIRIUS tuner 4 Memorizes the current song = For details, refer to Memorizing the song on the next page. 5 Recalls channels from the preset Tap to recall the preset channel. = For details, refer to Storing and recalling broadcast stations on this page.
  • Page 144: Using The Song Alert Function

    Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE (if Pioneer SIRIUS BUS IN- TERFACE capable for this function). As soon as you tune to a channel, Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE automatically begins storing the broadcast. It can store approximately up to 44...
  • Page 145: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Using the SIRIUS tuner Operating by hardware buttons Pressing the TRK button You can move the channel up or down. During “Instant Replay” mode, you can skip the song or program forward or backward. Pressing and holding the TRK button You can move channels up or down by holding down the button.
  • Page 146: Displaying Game Information

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Touch [Game Alert]. Touch [c Prev] or [Next d] to select the league. Touch [c Prev] or [Next d] to select the team. Touch [On/Off]. The team displayed as [On] is the alert target. p When the selected team is excluded from the alert target, the team is displayed as [Off].
  • Page 147: Using Av Input

    Using AV input You can display the video image output by the equipment connected to the navigation sys- tem. For details of the connection method, refer to Installation Manual. CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, you must stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake.
  • Page 148: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) The term “external unit” refers to future Pioneer devices that are not currently planned for, or to devices that allow control of basic functions although they are not fully con- trolled by the navigation system. Two external units can be controlled by this navigation sys- tem.
  • Page 149: Using The External Unit (Ext1, Ext2)

    Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) Using the touch panel keys 1 Recalls equalizer curves = For details, refer to Using the equalizer on page 175. 2 Sends a band command Touch to send a band command to the exter- nal unit.
  • Page 150: Customizing Preferences

    Chapter Customizing preferences Displaying the screen for navigation settings Press the HOME button to display the “Top Menu” screen. Touch [Settings]. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. p This can also be operated using the “Short- cut Menu” screen. Touch [Navi Settings]. The “Navi Settings”...
  • Page 151: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    Customizing preferences When the gear lever is shifted to “R”, the signal switches to “High” or “Low”. (One of these is displayed depending on the vehicle.) Checking sensor learning status and driving status p The navigation system can automatically use its sensor memory based on the outer dimensions of the tires.
  • Page 152: Using The Fuel Consumption Function

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [All]. Clears all leaning results. p Touch [All] for the following cases: ! After changing the installation position of the navigation system ! After changing the installation angle of the navigation system ! After moving the navigation system to another vehicle # If you touch [Distance], all learned results stored in “Distance”...
  • Page 153: Exporting The Data Of Fuel Cost Information

    Customizing preferences If the entries reach the maximum number, a new entry will overwrite the oldest one. These calculations are based only on the infor- mation that you provide and not on any data from the vehicle. The fuel mileage displayed is only a reference value, and does not guarantee the fuel mileage displayed can be obtained.
  • Page 154: Recording Your Travel History

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Export]. After a message confirming whether to export the data appeared, exporting the data to the SD memory card starts. The “Gas Mileage Setting” screen appears when it is done. Recording your travel history Activating the track logger enables you to re- cord your driving history (called “track log”...
  • Page 155: Correcting The Current Location

    Customizing preferences Display the “Navi Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for navigation settings on page 150. Touch [Set Home]. The “Set Home” screen appears. Touch [Home]. The “Select Search method” screen appears. # If you touch [Phone#], you can edit your home phone number.
  • Page 156: Displaying The Screen For Map Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences ! Off (default): No message appears and no sound beeps when the vehicle experiences a sudden start. ! On: A message appears and a sound beeps when the vehicle experiences a sudden start. = For details, refer to Sudden start alert on page 33.
  • Page 157: Setting The Barrier Graphic For City Map

    Customizing preferences Display the “Map Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for map settings on the previous page. Touch [Displayed Info]. The “Displayed Information” screen appears. Touch [City Map]. Each time you touch the key changes the set- ting.
  • Page 158: Displaying The Bluetooth Connection Icon

    Chapter Customizing preferences Displaying the Bluetooth connection icon Selects whether to display or hide the icon for current status of the phone connection via Bluetooth wireless technology. Bluetooth connection icon Display the “Map Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for map settings on page 156.
  • Page 159: Displaying Maneuvers

    Customizing preferences Display the “Map Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for map settings on page 156. Touch [Displayed Info]. The “Displayed Information” screen appears. Touch [3D Land Mark]. Each time you touch the key changes the set- ting.
  • Page 160: Displaying The Customized Pois

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Display] to change the setting to “On”. p If you do not want to display the POI icon on the map, touch [Display] to turn it “Off”. (Even if “Display” is turned “Off”, the POI selection setting is retained.) Touch [POI].
  • Page 161: Changing The View Mode

    Customizing preferences Touch [Display] to change the setting to “On”. p If you do not want to display the POI icon on the map, touch [Display] to turn it “Off”. (Even if “Display” is turned “Off”, the POI selection setting is retained.) Touch [Custom POI].
  • Page 162: Selecting The "Quick Access" Menu

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [AV Guide Mode]. Each time you touch the key changes the set- ting. ! On (default): Switches from the AV operation screen to the map screen. ! Off: Does not switch the screen. p This setting is effective only when “Close Up View”...
  • Page 163: Customizing The Regional Settings

    Customizing preferences Touch [Settings]. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. p This can also be operated using the “Short- cut Menu” screen. Touch [System Settings]. The “System Settings” screen appears. Touch the item that you want to change the setting. # If you touch , the previous screen returns.
  • Page 164 Chapter Customizing preferences To set the time difference, touch [+] or [–]. The time difference between the time origin- ally set in the navigation system (Pacific Stan- dard Time) and the current location of your vehicle is shown. If necessary, adjust the time difference.
  • Page 165: Setting The Volume For Guidance And Phone

    Customizing preferences Setting the Volume for Guidance and Phone The sound volume for the navigation can be set. You can separately set the volume of the route guidance and the beep sound. Display the “System Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for system settings on page 162.
  • Page 166: Setting For Rear View Camera

    = For details, refer to Setting for rear view camera on this page. CAUTION Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the screen image may appear reversed. p Immediately verify whether the display...
  • Page 167: Adjusting The Response Positions Of The Touch Panel (Touch Panel Calibration)

    Customizing preferences Touch [Camera]. This changes the setting to “On”. p You can only switch to “Rear View” if this setting is “On”. Touch [Polarity] to select an appropriate setting for polarity. Each time you touch [Polarity] switches be- tween the following polarity: ! Battery: When the polarity of the con- nected lead is positive while the shift lever is in the REVERSE (R) position...
  • Page 168: Checking The Version Information

    Chapter Customizing preferences Creating a user-defined color and storing it to memory You can create a user-defined color and set it as the illumination color. Display the “System Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for system settings on page 162. Touch [Illumi Color].
  • Page 169: Adjusting The Picture

    Customizing preferences — All sounds cannot be output for rear dis- play. — When playing back video files on the ex- ternal storage device (USB, SD), the video image is not output. p When “DISC” is selected, the following re- striction is applied to rear display.
  • Page 170: Displaying The Screen For Av System Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences — AM/FM/CD/ROM/iPod(Music)/SD (audio)/USB(audio)/Bluetooth audio/XM/SIRIUS/HD Radio/EXT1 (audio), EXT2(audio)/source off screen/menu screens/others ! Video source — AV1 and iPod(Video) — DVD-V and DivX — SD(Video) and USB(Video) — AV2(Video) and EXT1(Video), EXT2 (Video) — Rear view camera image ! Map screen p The picture adjustment may not be avail- able with some rear view cameras.
  • Page 171: Setting Video Input 2 (Av2)

    Touch [AV2 Input]. Each touch of [AV2 Input] changes the set- ting as follows: ! Off: No video component is connected. ! EXT: Pioneer external unit connected with the RCA video cable ! Video: External video component Changing the wide screen mode p You can only adjust “Wide Mode”...
  • Page 172: Switching The Muting/Attenuation Timing

    Chapter Customizing preferences p Both rear speaker leads output and RCA rear output are switched simultaneously in this setting. (When you use the product without RCA rear output, this setting only applies to the rear speaker leads.) p “Rear SP” can be set only when the source is selected to “Off”.
  • Page 173: Acquiring/Cataloging Ipod Music Information

    Customizing preferences ! 20dB: The volume becomes 1/10. ! 10dB: The volume becomes 1/3. ! All: The volume becomes 0. p When you select “All”, no audio adjust- ments are possible during the sound is turned off. p When you select “20dB” or “10dB”, no audio adjustments are possible during the sound is attenuated.
  • Page 174: Displaying Your Divx Vod Registration Code

    Chapter Customizing preferences Display the “AV System Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for AV system settings on page 170. Touch [VR Catalog Menu]. Touch [On] or [Off] to activate or deacti- vate “VR Catalog Mode”. # If you touch [Pause], the cataloging of iPod stops.
  • Page 175: Using Balance Adjustment

    Customizing preferences Touch [AV Sound]. The “AV Sound Settings” screen appears. p You cannot make adjustments in the follow- ing situations: ! AV source is “Off”. ! During muting/attenuation Touch the item that you want to change the setting. # If you touch , the previous screen returns.
  • Page 176 Chapter Customizing preferences Equalizer curve Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the human vocal range, is boosted. Flat is a flat curve in which nothing is boosted. Custom1 is an adjusted equalizer curve that you cre- ate.
  • Page 177: Adjusting The Equalizer Curve Automatically (Auto Eq)

    Customizing preferences Display the “AV Sound Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for AV sound settings on page 174. Touch [EQ]. Touch one of the keys to select a curve that you want to use as the basis of custo- mizing.
  • Page 178 Chapter Customizing preferences Before operating the Auto EQ function ! Perform Auto EQ in as quiet a place as pos- sible, with the vehicle engine and air condi- tioning switched off. Also, cut power to car phones or cellular phones in the vehicle, or remove them from the vehicle before per- forming Auto EQ.
  • Page 179: Using Sonic Center Control

    Customizing preferences Turn the ignition switch to ON or ACC. If the vehicle’s air conditioner or heater is turned on, turn it off. Noise from the fan in the air conditioner or heater may prevent correct Auto EQ. Turn off the AV source. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 180: Adjusting Loudness

    Chapter Customizing preferences p When “Left” is set, the left speaker output is delayed. When “Right” is set, the right speaker output is delayed. Adjusting loudness Loudness compensates for deficiencies in the low- and high-sound ranges at low volume. Display the “AV Sound Settings” screen.
  • Page 181: Enhancing Bass (Bass Booster)

    Customizing preferences Compare the FM tuner volume level with the level of the source you wish to ad- just. Display the “AV Sound Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for AV sound settings on page 174. Touch [SLA].
  • Page 182: Operating Your Navigation System With

    Basics of the voice operation Your Pioneer navigation system uses the latest in voice recognition technology. You can use voice commands to operate many of its func- tions. This chapter describes where you can use voice commands, and also what com- mands the system accepts.
  • Page 183: How To Use The Voice Operation

    Operating your navigation system with voice 1 Voice help menu: Displays a list of commands for the voice operation. 2 Voice operation condition indicator: When is indicated, the navigation sys- tem can recognize your voice commands. Touch to listen to the brief operating in- struction.
  • Page 184 AV source. Press the button to activate voice operations. Say “Play the album Pioneer” to play- back the album name “Pioneer”. If the command is recognized properly, play- back starts from the first song of “Pioneer”.
  • Page 185: Available Basic Voice Commands

    Operating your navigation system with voice Available basic voice commands The navigation system can also recognize the words in the following list. p Terms written in italics are voice commands. Basic commands Voice commands and operations Back d The previous screen returns. Cancel d Cancels the voice operation.
  • Page 186: Voice Operation For Av Source (Other Than Ipod)

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice Voice commands and operations Browse playlists d Displays the playlist together with sub-screen to continue the voice operation. d Say the desired voice commands. Browse the playlist <Playlist name> d Displays the song list of the selected playlist together with sub-screen to continue the voice operation.
  • Page 187: Voice Commands Related To Hands-Free Phoning

    Operating your navigation system with voice Voice commands related to hands-free phoning p You can make a phone call by voice dialing if the cellular phone featuring Bluetooth wireless technology is being paired with the navigation system. p For <entry’s name> shown on the following chart, say the name of the entry stored in “Contacts”. p For <phone number>...
  • Page 188: Tips For The Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice Tips for the voice operation For your voice commands to be correctly re- cognized and interpreted, ensure that condi- tions are suitable for recognition. Close the vehicle windows Please note that wind through the vehicle win- dow or miscellaneous noise from outside the vehicle can interfere with voice operation.
  • Page 189: Other Functions

    Area3. Touch [Clear password]. The password setting screen appears. Enter the current password. Touch [OK]. Touch [Yes]. The message for deletion appears and then the current password is deleted. Forgotten password Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer Ser- vice Station. Chapter...
  • Page 190: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    Chapter Other functions Returning the navigation system to the default or factory settings You can return settings or recorded content to the default or factory settings. There are some methods to clear user data, and the situations and the cleared content are different for each method.
  • Page 191: Setting Items To Be Deleted

    Other functions Setting items to be deleted The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table re- turn to the default or factory settings. Any items not listed below will be retained. —...
  • Page 192 Chapter Other functions Navigation functions Bluetooth Set- All settings (*1) tings Phone Menu All settings (*1) Other functions Anti-theft password (*1) All stored data of 5 users is deleted. AV functions Volume Wide Mode, Mute, VR Cata- log Menu AV Settings Other settings AV Sound All settings...
  • Page 193: Troubleshooting

    If you have problems operating your navigation system, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems with the navigation screen...
  • Page 194 Appendix Appendix Symptom You cannot position your vehicle on the map without a significant positioning error. “Eco Graph” is not available. The map color does not switch automatically between daytime and nighttime. The screen is too bright. The display is very dim. No sounds of AV source are pro- duced.
  • Page 195 Appendix Symptom Cause There’s no picture. The parking brake cord is not con- nected. The parking brake is not applied. The backlight of the LCD panel is turned off. Rear display picture disappears. The source disc being listened to in the navigation system has been ejected.
  • Page 196 Appendix Appendix Symptom No video output from connected equipment. No video output from connected iPod. The audio or video skips. No sounds are produced. The volume level will not rise. The icon 9 is displayed, and op- eration is not possible. The picture stops (pauses) and the navigation system cannot be operated.
  • Page 197 Appendix Problems with the phone screen Symptom Cause Dialing is not possible because Your phone is out of range for ser- the touch panel keys for dialing vice. are inactive. The connection between the cellular phone and the navigation system cannot be established now.
  • Page 198: Messages And How To React To Them

    Action (Reference) ! Change the destination. ! Consult the Pioneer Local dealer if this mes- sage persists. Set a destination closer to the starting point. Set a destination farther from the starting point.
  • Page 199 Appendix Message Cause Connection failed. The cellular phone’s Bluetooth wire- less technology is turned off. The cellular phone is paired (con- nected) with another device. Rejection has been received from the cellular phone. The target cellular phone cannot be found. Could not find any available No available phone exists in the sur- phone.
  • Page 200: Messages For Audio Functions

    If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service center. The messages in “( )” will appear on the rear display.
  • Page 201 Appendix Message Cause Cannot play back all tracks All the files on the inserted external storage device are secured by DRM. All of the files cannot be played by this unit. USB flash drive was discon- The USB connector or USB cable is nected for device protection.
  • Page 202: Positioning Technology

    The position of the speed detection circuit vary depending on the vehicle model. For details, consult your authorized Pioneer dealer or an installation professional. p Some types of vehicles may not output a speed signal while driving at just a few kilo- meters per hour.
  • Page 203: Handling Large Errors

    Appendix Map matching As mentioned, the positioning systems used by this navigation system are susceptible to certain errors. Their calculations may, on occa- sion, place you in a location on the map where no road exists. In this situation, the processing system understands that vehicles travel only on roads, and can correct your position by ad- justing it to a nearby road.
  • Page 204: Conditions Likely To Cause Noticeable Positioning Errors

    Appendix Appendix Conditions likely to cause noticeable positioning errors For various reasons, such as the state of the road you are traveling on and the reception status of the GPS signal, the actual position of your vehicle may differ from the position dis- played on the map screen.
  • Page 205 Appendix ! If you are on a steep mountain road with many height changes. ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey parking lot or similar structure using a spiral ramp. ! If your vehicle is turned on a turntable or si- milar structure.
  • Page 206: Route Setting Information

    Appendix Appendix Route setting information Route search specifications Your navigation system sets a route to your destination by applying certain built-in rules to the map data. This section provides some use- ful information about how a route is set. CAUTION When a route is calculated, the route and voice guidance for the route are automatically set.
  • Page 207: Built-In Drive And Care

    Appendix Built-in drive and care ! Use only conventional, fully circular discs. Do not use shaped discs. ! Do not use cracked, chipped, warped, or otherwise damaged discs as they may da- mage the built-in drive. ! When using discs that can be printed on label surfaces, check the instructions and the warnings of the discs.
  • Page 208: Avchd Recorded Discs

    Appendix Appendix is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. p It is not possible to play DVD-Audio discs. This DVD drive may not be able to play all discs bearing the marks shown above. AVCHD recorded discs This unit is not compatible with discs recorded in AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Defi- nition) format.
  • Page 209 Appendix CD-R/CD-RW discs ! Unfinalized discs cannot be played back. ! It may not be possible to playback CD-R/ CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD re- corder or a personal computer because of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on the disc, or dirt, scratches or condensation on the lens of the built-in drive.
  • Page 210 Appendix Appendix Notes specific to DivX files ! Only DivX files downloaded from DivX part- ner sites are guaranteed for proper opera- tion. Unauthorized DivX files may not operate properly. ! DRM rental files cannot be operated until playing back is started. ! The navigation system corresponds to a DivX file display of up to 1 590 minutes 43 seconds.
  • Page 211: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Media compatibility chart General Media CD-R/-RW ISO9660 level 1, File system ISO9660 level 2, Romeo and Joliet Maximum number of folders Maximum number of files Playable file types MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX Note: Maximum playback time of audio file stored in the external storage device (USB, SD): 7.5 h (450 minutes) MP3 compatibility Media CD-R/-RW...
  • Page 212 Appendix Appendix WMA compatibility Media CD-R/-RW File extension .wma Bit rate 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency 8 kHz to 48 kHz Note: The navigation system is not compatible with the following: ™ Windows Media Audio 9 Professional, Lossless, Voice WAV compatibility Media CD-R/-RW...
  • Page 213 Appendix DivX compatibility Media CD-R/-RW File extension .avi/.divx Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Profile (DivX version) Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec MP3, Dolby Digital Bit rate (MP3) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz (MP3) for emphasis) Maximum image size...
  • Page 214 Appendix Appendix Video files compatibility (USB, SD) File extension Format Compatible video codec Compatible audio codec Recommended Image size: QVGA video specifica- (320 pixels x 240 tions pixels) Image size: WQVGA (400 pixels x 240 pixels) Maximum bit rate: Image size: VGA (640 pixels x 480 pixels) Maximum file size...
  • Page 215: Bluetooth

    About the SAT RADIO READY Logo The SAT RADIO READY logo indicates that the Satellite Radio Tuner for Pioneer (i. e., XM tuner and Sirius satellite tuner which are sold separately) can be controlled by this naviga- tion system. Please inquire with your dealer or...
  • Page 216: Hd Radio Technology

    Appendix Appendix HD Radio Technology ™ ! AVIC-Z130BT HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD Radio the HD, HD Radio, and “Arc” logos are pro- prietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp. ! AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X9310BT ™...
  • Page 217: Aac

    Detailed information regarding connected iPod devices CAUTION ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost from an iPod, even if that data is lost while using the navigation system. Please back up your iPod data regularly. ! Do not leave the iPod in direct sunlight for ex- tended amounts of time.
  • Page 218: Pandora

    ! Service availability may be geographically lim- ited to the U.S. Consult the connected content service provider for additional information. ! Ability of the Pioneer navigation system to ac- cess connected contents is subject to change without notice and could be affected by any of the following: compatibility issues with future firmware versions of iPhone;...
  • Page 219: Led (Light-Emitting Diode) Backlight

    ! If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station. Appendix...
  • Page 220: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display information Destination Menu Address Return Home Gas Station Bank Coffee Hotel Spell Name Near Me Near Destination Around City AVIC FEEDS Favorites History Cancel Route Traffic Coordinates Route Overview Phone Menu Page Dial Pad Call Home Contacts Contacts Transfer Received Calls Dialed Calls...
  • Page 221: Settings Menu

    Appendix Settings Menu Navi Settings System Settings AV Settings AV Sound Map Settings Bluetooth Settings Setting Replicator Navi Settings menu Page Connection Status 3D Calibration Status Gas Mileage Drive Log Settings Demo Mode Set Home Modify Current Location Eco Settings Appendix Page...
  • Page 222: System Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix System Settings menu Regional Settings Program Language, Voice Lan- guage Time km / mile Average Speed Volume Splash Screen Back Camera Screen Calibration Illumi Color Service Information Restore Factory Settings Map Settings menu Page Displayed Info Close Up View City Map City Map Barrier Show Traffic Incident...
  • Page 223: Bluetooth Settings Menu

    Appendix Bluetooth Settings menu Connection Registration Device Name Password Bluetooth On/Off Echo Cancel Auto Answer Preference Refuse All Calls Clear Memory Firmware update AV System Settings menu Page AV1 Input AV2 Input Wide Mode Auto EQ Meas. Mute Mute Level Rear SP DivX®...
  • Page 224: Av Sound Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix AV Sound Settings menu FAD/BAL (Balance) Loudness Sub Woofer Bass Booster Sonic Center Control Page...
  • Page 225: Glossary

    Appendix Glossary AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Aspect ratio This is the width-to-height ratio of a TV screen. A regular display has an aspect ratio of 4:3. Wide screen displays have an aspect ratio of 16:9, providing a bigger picture for exceptional presence and atmosphere.
  • Page 226 Appendix Appendix ISO 9660 format This is the international standard for the for- mat logic of DVD/CD-ROM folders and files. For the ISO9660 format, there are regulations for the following two levels: ! Level 1: The file name is in 8.3 format (the name consists of up to eight characters, half-byte English capital letters, half-byte numerals and the “_”...
  • Page 227 Appendix Region number DVD players and DVD discs feature region numbers indicating the area in which they were purchased. Playback of a DVD is not pos- sible unless it features the same region num- ber as the DVD player. Route setting The process of determining the ideal route to a specific location;...
  • Page 228: Specifications

    Appendix Appendix Specifications General Rated power source ... 14.4 V DC (allowable voltage range: 10.8 V to 15.1 V DC) Grounding system ... Negative type Maximum current consumption ... 10.0 A Dimensions (W × H × D): AVIC-Z130BT Chassis ... 178 mm × 100 mm × 165 mm (7–3/8 in.
  • Page 229 Appendix Subwoofer: Frequency ... 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ 125 Hz Slope ... –18 dB/oct Gain ... –24/+6 dB Phase ... Normal/Reverse Bass boost: Gain ... 0 dB to +12 dB DVD Drive System ... DVD-Video, CD, MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX system Usable discs ...
  • Page 230 Appendix Appendix Signal-to-noise ratio ... 80 dB (digital broadcasting) (IEC-A network) 62 dB (analog broadcasting) (IEC-A network) AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X9310BT Frequency range ... 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz (10 kHz) Usable sensitivity ... 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio ... 62 dB (IEC-A network) Traffic tuner (AVIC-Z130BT) Rated power source ...
  • Page 232 TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R 0P2, Canada TEL: 1-877-283-5901 TEL: 905-479-4411 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270 先鋒股份有限公司...

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