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Disclaimers .................................................... 3
Important Points on Usage ............................ 3
FCC NOTE .................................................... 4
FCC CAUTION .............................................. 4
How to Clean ................................................. 4
Trademarks.................................................... 4
How to Read This Manual ................. 7
This Product ...................................... 8
Main Unit Panel ............................................. 8
Start ............................................................... 9
When Touching ___ ..................................... 10
Searching Items from a List ......................... 10
Home Screen .................................. 11
Display Contents ..........................................11
Switch the Sources ...................................... 12
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Basic Operation .............................. 13
Switch Audio ON/OFF ................................. 13
Adjust Volume .............................................. 13
Steering Remote Control Switch Operation ......14
Audio Files (MP3/WMA/AAC) ........... 15
Folder Structure ........................................... 16
What Is MP3? .............................................. 17
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What Is WMA? ............................................. 18
What Is AAC? .............................................. 19
Listen to Radio ................................ 20
Display Contents ......................................... 21
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Use an iPod ..................................... 26
Play iPod ..................................................... 27
Display Contents ......................................... 27
Switch Playback Mode ................................ 28
Search by List .............................................. 28
Use USB Device .............................. 29
Display Contents ......................................... 30
Display a List ............................................... 32
Switch Playback Mode ................................ 33
Use Bluetooth Audio ....................... 34
Audio Device ............................................... 34
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Audio Device ............................................... 35
Display Contents ......................................... 35
Mobile Phone ................................... 36
Connect Your Mobile Phone ........................ 36
Display the Phonebook ................................ 37
Dial a Telephone .......................................... 37
Incoming Calls ............................................. 39
Other Info ........................................ 40
Camera ........................................................ 40
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Product Info ................................................. 40
System Settings .............................. 41
Bluetooth Setting ......................................... 41
Adjust the Sound Quality ............................. 43
Day/Night Display Setting ............................ 44
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Display Settings ........................................... 45
Clock ............................................................ 45
Radio Setting ............................................... 46
Language ..................................................... 47
Beep Volume ............................................... 47
Other Settings ................................. 48
Display Off ................................................... 48
Clock Screen ............................................... 48
Other
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Troubleshooting .............................. 49
If This Message Appears... .......................... 49
If You Think Something Is Not Working Properly... .......50
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents INFO/SETTINGS INFO Mobile Phone ........36 Introduction Audio Files (MP3/WMA/AAC) ... 15 Connect Your Mobile Phone ......36 Folder Structure ........... 16 Display the Phonebook ........ 37 What Is MP3? ..........17 Before Use Dial a Telephone .......... 37 What Is WMA? ..........
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction Important Points on Usage Common The following is what you need to know before using this product. Before Use area with bad ventilation while the engine is running. Doing so may result in carbon Disclaimers product while the vehicle is moving. The driver should also minimize as much as possible the time spent viewing the screen.
  • Page 3: Fcc Note

    FCC NOTE Trademarks of LCD screens. They do not indicate a This device complies with part 15 of the FCC malfunction. or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Rules. Operation is subject to the following two trademarks or registered trademarks, these are to be green) on the screen.
  • Page 4 iPod nano iPod touch “Made for iPod,” “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic developer to meet Apple performance standards. iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
  • Page 5: Important Points On Safety For The Customer

    Important Points WARNING WARNING on Safety for the attention to the images on the product. Customer screen while driving. This may prevent the driver looking where electric shock. This product features a number of pictorial they are going, and cause an accident. indications as well as points concerning touch the antenna or the front handling so that you can use the product...
  • Page 6: How To Read This Manual

    How to Read This Manual Shows a touch switch displayed on the The notation used in this manual and what it means are as follows. screen. 9) (P000) Shows the page to refer to. It contains 10) Continued on the next page is continued.
  • Page 7: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation VOL/PUSH PWR Allows you to adjust the volume for the audio function and telephone function. This Product It also allows you to switch the audio function ON/OFF. Main Unit Panel When the audio function is OFF, the clock screen is displayed.
  • Page 8: Start

    Start Start the system. Switch the vehicle's engine/ power switch to “ACC” or “ON”. The display switches to the last screen used in its previous session. ADVICE switch is switched to “ACC” or “ON”, some functions cannot be used immediately because data is being read.
  • Page 9: How To Perform Touch Operations

    How to Perform Searching Items from a List Touch Operations You can move the display one page by touching This system uses a touch panel that is operated by touching the display directly. When Touching ___ This manual indicates the operation of touching the screen to “Enter”...
  • Page 10: Home Screen

    Home Screen 5) Clock Displays the current time using 24-hour By pressing the [HOME] key to display the home screen, then selecting a source from that time or 12-hour time. screen, you can use various functions. Hold down the displayed time to switch to the clock setting screen.
  • Page 11: Switch The Sources

    Switch the Sources Touch any “source”. A source can be selected on the home screen. NOTE the general name for all radio and USB device music playback functions. Press the key. HOME The screen for the selected source is displayed. Displays the HOME screen.
  • Page 12: Audio Functions

    Adjust Volume NOTE the following sources. Audio Functions - AM,FM,USB/iPod - Bluetooth - Phone Basic Operation Switch Audio ON/OFF Adjust the audio function volume. During audio play, turn the You can switch the audio function ON/OFF. NOTE VOL/PUSH PWR key counter- ADVICE clockwise.
  • Page 13: Radio

    Radio Listen to Radio radio broadcasts. HD Radio broadcast or analog broadcast can be received. Press the key. RADIO The radio screen is displayed. When Audio is ON, each time the key is pressed, the radio source changes. The AM or FM radio broadcast information screen is displayed.
  • Page 14: Display Contents

    Display Contents FM Radio Preset Screen 1) Source plate 6) HD Radio indicator 11) Indicator Displays the name of the currently Digital broadcasts are displayed as they : Live event broadcasts are displayed as they are received. selected source. are received. : RBDS data is displayed as it is 2) PTY A white icon is displayed during analog...
  • Page 15 AM Radio Preset Screen 1) Source plate 6) HD Radio indicator Displays the name of the currently Digital broadcasts are displayed as they selected source. are received. A white icon is displayed during analog 2) PTY audio output, and an orange icon is displayed during digital audio output.
  • Page 16 Radio Information Display Screen 1)2) 1) Title 3) Artist 5) Back Displays the acquired title name. Displays the acquired artist name. Switches to preset display. 2) Radio Text 4) Album During analog reception, “Title” changes Displays the acquired album name. The “artist”...
  • Page 17: Register Your Favorite Broadcast Stations

    Register Your Favorite Search for Broadcast Starting the Scan Broadcast Stations Stations with Strong Signals This searches for stations that can be received. You can register your favorite 12 stations for This is handy for searching for broadcast FM and 6 stations for AM. stations you can receive when you drive to a On the radio broadcast different area.
  • Page 18: Search For Broadcast Stations From The Station List

    Search for Broadcast Updating the Station List Stations from the Station List You can manually update the station list. You can select a station from the list of On the station list, touch receivable broadcast stations. Refresh On the radio broadcast Updating starts.
  • Page 19: Ipod/usb

    iPod/USB NOTE while iPod/iPhone is connected. Use an iPod NOTE may mean that connection is not By connecting commercially-available iPod/ possible, or result in differences in changes the functions that can be used iPhone devices to this product, you can play operation or display.
  • Page 20: Play Ipod

    Play iPod Display Contents iPod Playback Information Screen Press the key. MEDIA The media last played is resumed. When Audio is ON, each time the key is pressed, the media source changes and the media playback screen is displayed. The iPod playback information screen is displayed.
  • Page 21: Switch Playback Mode

    iPod Menu Switch Playback Mode Touch “category”. Touching [Menu] on the iPod playback Repeat playback, random playback, etc. are information screen will display the iPod menu. possible. On the iPod playback Repeat Song Repeat playback of the track currently being played. information screen, Play tracks on the current level in touch...
  • Page 22: Use Usb Device

    Use USB Device NOTE NOTE By connecting commercially-available usage may not be possible, or functions device, track information may not be USB devices such as USB memory to this that can be used may be restricted. displayed correctly. these through the product. memory is FAT16 or FAT32.
  • Page 23: Display Contents

    10) Folder name Display Contents Playback Information Screen Displays the name of the folder currently being played back. Used to select a folder. Touching this fast forward by continuing touching. 1) Source plate List Displays the name of the currently Plays back the previous track.
  • Page 24 Lists Folder List 1) Cursor switch Current Track Scrolls pages. The currently playing track is displayed at the head of the displayed track list. 2) Folder name Back Returns to the playback information Current Folder screen. A folder list is displayed with the folder Continued on the next page Use USB Device...
  • Page 25: Display A List

    Display a List Track List A folder list can be displayed. On the USB device playback information screen, touch List A folder list is displayed. 1) Cursor switch Current Folder A folder list is displayed with the folder Touch Back 2) File name The display returns to the USB device Touch to play the track and return to the...
  • Page 26: Switch Playback Mode

    USB Device Menu Switch Playback Mode Repeat playback and random playback are Repeat Song Repeat playback of the track possible. currently being played. On the USB device playback Repeat Folder Repeat playback of the tracks within the folder currently being information screen, touch played.
  • Page 27: Bluetooth Audio

    Bluetooth Audio Connect a Bluetooth-capable Audio Device This product and the Bluetooth-capable audio Use Bluetooth Audio NOTE device uses the Bluetooth function to connect. For details on how to connect, refer to This product can play back tracks on for the commercially-available Bluetooth- commercially-available Bluetooth-capable Operation methods below describe situations capable audio devices.
  • Page 28: Listen To A Bluetooth-capable Audio Device

    Listen to a Bluetooth-capable Display Contents Audio Device Playback Information Screen Press the MEDIA key. The media last played is resumed. When the media playback screen is displayed, the media source changes each time the key is pressed. The Bluetooth audio playback information screen is displayed.
  • Page 29: Info/settings

    INFO/SETTINGS Connect Your Mobile Phone This product and your mobile phone use the Bluetooth function to connect. For details on how to connect, refer to INFO Operation methods below describe situations once connection has been completed. NOTE Mobile Phone NOTE connected to the Bluetooth.
  • Page 30: Display The Phonebook

    Calling by Entering a Display the Phonebook Dial a Telephone Telephone Number The phonebook in your mobile phone can be There are a number of ways to make a call. displayed. CAUTION Press the key. PHONE Press the PHONE key. The mobile phone screen is displayed.
  • Page 31 Making a Call from a Phone Making a Call from a ADVICE Record Phonebook changed by touching the A call can be made using outgoing/incoming Display the phonebook. call records. a list is displayed with the selected letter On the mobile phone screen, Select and touch the “person touch Recents...
  • Page 32: Incoming Calls

    Calling the Person You Were Answering an Incoming Call Incoming Calls Just Talking with The audio guide sounds and the incoming call Touch screen is displayed. Display the keypad screen. Touch the Redial ADVICE You can now talk with the calling party. for the mic connected to this product.
  • Page 33: Settings

    SETTINGS Bluetooth AUDIO System Settings What Bluetooth is Hands-free Bluetooth is a wireless communications Phonebook System related settings, such as the standard specialized for connecting devices transfer operation sound and the time, can be made. Since it uses radio waves, it is not directional. Thanks to its characteristic, communications Icon display when Bluetooth is Bluetooth Setting...
  • Page 34 Registering a Bluetooth NOTE ADVICE Device phone “dial lock”, and connect while on registered. Register a Bluetooth device with this product. the standby screen. If 7 devices are already registered, you Press the HOME key. must delete one before you can register a new Bluetooth device.
  • Page 35: Adjust The Sound Quality

    Selecting a Bluetooth Device Deleting a Registered Device Adjust the Sound Quality If you have registered multiple Bluetooth Deletes the Bluetooth device information Change audio quality settings. devices, you must select the one to connect. registered with this product. NOTE Press the key.
  • Page 36: Day/night Display Setting

    Day/Night Display Setting Settings name Settings value Settings content Tone The screen brightness can be set to “Auto”, TREBLE Allows you to set the treble to one of 11 “Day”, or “Night” according to the vehicle lighting state. BASS Allows you to set the bass to one of 11 Press the HOME key.
  • Page 37: Display Settings

    Display Settings Clock Change the settings, then The brightness, contrast, and color tone of the touch The time and format of the clock can be Back screen can be set. changed. Press the HOME key. Press the HOME key. The screen setting change is complete. Displays the HOME screen.
  • Page 38: Radio Setting

    Radio Setting Settings name Settings value Settings content You can change the radio reception mode and PTY Language English Espanol You can set this for both FM and AM. Francais Press the HOME key. HD Radio Receive Set whether or not to receive digital radio. Displays the HOME screen.
  • Page 39: Language

    Language Beep Volume The language displayed for messages and the Allows you to set the operation volume. like can be changed. Press the key. HOME Press the HOME key. Displays the HOME screen. Displays the HOME screen. Touch , and then Setting Touch , and then...
  • Page 40: Other Settings

    Other Settings Clock Screen Displays the clock over the entire screen. The setting can be made on the screen or on the Bluetooth device. Press the VOL/PUSH PWR key. Display Off This turns off the screen display. Press the key. HOME Displays the HOME screen.
  • Page 41 This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada s licence-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Le présent appareil est conforme à...
  • Page 42 This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that is deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption rate (SAR).

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