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ENGLISH
In Dash Navi & Infotainment System
with Bluetooth
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL : LAN-9600R
Please read this instruction booklet carefully and completely
before connecting, operating or adjusting this product.

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    ENGLISH In Dash Navi & Infotainment System with Bluetooth OWNER’S MANUAL MODEL : LAN-9600R Please read this instruction booklet carefully and completely before connecting, operating or adjusting this product.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety notes Basic operation 10-21 Front panel ........10 Monitor .

  • Page 3

    Table of contents Bluetooth operation 30-37 Using a Bluetooth wireless connection ....30 Starting Bluetooth on your phone .....30 Pairing your unit and Bluetooth phone .

  • Page 4

    Table of contents DVD/VCD operation 45-48 Playing a DVD/VCD disc ......45 If menu screen is displayed ......45 Play / Stop / Pause .

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    Table of contents Finding a location with the navigator 62-69 Modifying the destination menu ..... .62 Memory Points ........62 MODIFY INFORMATION : Editing a location’s information .

  • Page 6: Safety Notes

    Safety notes CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT SPLIT COVER(OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with the arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user about the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.

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    Safety notes The driver must not watch the monitor while driving. If the driver watches the monitor while driving, it may lead to carelessness and cause an accident. This unit is for vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding. Before installing it in a recreational vehicle, lorry or bus, check the battery voltage.

  • Page 8: Types Of Playable Discs

    Safety notes A section whose title has one of the following symbols is applicable only to the disc represented by the symbol. Video CDs Audio CDs MP3 files WMA files DivX files DivX About the Symbol Display When you are watching a DVD and attempt to perform an operation, it may not be performed due to the programming on the disc.

  • Page 9

    Safety note • A defective or soiled disc inserted into the unit can cause sound to drop during playback. • Handle the disc by holding its inner and outer edges. • Do not touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc. •...

  • Page 10: Basic Operation

    Basic operation Front panel FLIP TILT DISP OPEN EJECT ARROW BAND PHONE TA/AF 15 16 1. FLIP 12. BAND Turn the LCD panel horizontal • Select the band. temporarily when the LCD panel is 13. RDS upright. • Select the TA on/off 2.

  • Page 11: Monitor

    Basic operation Monitor NAVI WIDE NAVI MENU 1. WIDE 3. MENU Change the screen mode. Display the navigation menu. 4. LCD DivX 2. NAVI Display the navigation map. Accessories Remote Control Power Cable (Main unit) Power Cable (Hideaway unit) Protective Case Lever x2 Reverse Extension Code Microphone...

  • Page 12: Remote Control

    Basic operation Remote control 1. POWER Switches the unit ON/OFF. SOURCE Selects a source. RSE (Rear service) You can play two different sources as main source and secondary source. 2. SKIP ?m/M? • Go to next (previous) chapter, track or file. •...

  • Page 13: Install The Battery Of Remote Control

    Basic operation Install the battery of remote control Pull the tray on the back of battery of remote control outward with a pencil or ball point pen and insert the battery with the plus (+) minus (-) poles pointing in the proper direction. 1 Remove the battery holder with a pencil or ball point pen.

  • Page 14: Connecting The System

    Basic operation Connecting the system * OPTICAL OUT (Option) Main unit Power Cable (For main unit) Main unit/Hide-away unit Connecting Cable Orange Microphone DIMMER Plug To lighting switch Filter Box terminal. Black GROUND To the car body. Yellow TO BATTERY (+) Microphone Fuse 5A To the car battery,...

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    Basic operation Yellow Blue/White TO BATTERY (+) REMOTE ON To the car battery, To the amplifier continuos +12 V DC. remote on. Black GROUND (-) TO IGNITION To the car body. To the terminal from which the power is Blue supplied when the POWER ANTENNA ignition switch is set...

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    Basic operation REAR OUT VIDEO IN AUX IN AUDIO ANTENNA PRE-OUT (Rear Camera) Auxiliary Devices External Power Amplifier Camcorder...

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    Basic operation When installing the antenna inside the vehicle (on the dashboard or shelf) Affix the metallic sheet on as level a surface as possible where the GPS aerial faces outside the window. Place the GPS aerial on the metallic sheet. (The GPS aerial is fastened with its magnet.) Note •...

  • Page 18: Detaching The Control Panel

    Basic operation Detaching the control panel You can detach the control panel when leaving the car. When detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful not to damage the connectors on the back of the control panel and on the panel holder. 1.

  • Page 19: Basic Installation

    Basic operation Basic installation Before installing, make sure that the ignition-switch is set to OFF and remove the terminal of the car battery to avoid short-circuiting. 1. Remove the existing receiver unit. 2. Make the necessary connections. 3. Install the installation sleeve. 4.

  • Page 20: Turning The Unit On

    Basic operation Turning the unit on ARRO Press any buttons. (Except DISP or EJECT buttons) Turning the unit off Press and hold the “VOL” button. Opening / Closing the LCD DISP OPEN Press the “OPEN/CLOSE” button. The LCD panel will be opened or closed. Note The LCD panel will be closed automatically with turning the power off.

  • Page 21: Ejecting A Disc

    Basic operation Ejecting a disc EJECT Press the “EJECT” button. The disc is ejected from the loading slot. Note If the ejected disc is not removed in approximately 10 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the loading slot. Adjusting the volume ARRO Rotate the “VOL”...

  • Page 22: Dual Mode Operation

    Dual mode operation Using a display connected to REAR OUT You can play back two different sources as main source and secondary source. You can listen to the main source through the speakers, and to the secondary source through the monitor inserted into the cradle or the one connected the REAR OUT jacks.

  • Page 23: Setup Operation

    Setup operation SETUP You customize the various options according to your particular needs. Touch the “SETUP” button. The setup screen appears on the screen. SCREEN Language You can set the display language. Touch the language button you want. Setback You can move the LCD panel a little forward or backward. •...

  • Page 24: Screen

    Setup operation Display Turn by Turn on AV Set whether to display the guidance information using the arrow on the audio/video operation screen. • On : Display guidance information using the arrow on the the audio operation screen. • Off : Do not display guidance information using the arrow on the audio operation screen.

  • Page 25: Sound

    Setup operation SOUND Balance/Fader 1. Touch the “Left” or “Right” button. Adjust the balance—speaker output balance between the left and right speakers. 2. Touch the “Front” or “Rear” button. Adjust fader—speaker output balance between the front and rear speakers. Woofer Output Level Touch the b or B buttons to select the output level.

  • Page 26: Dvd

    Setup operation Rear Speaker On : Select this to turn on the rear speaker output. Off : Cancels the function. Beep Beep Pattern • Long Key : When long pressed, a beep sound occurs. • All : When any button is pressed, a beep sound occurs. Beep Volume Adjust the Beep Volume.

  • Page 27: Defining The Parental Control

    Setup operation Aspect Ratio Select the monitor type of your unit to play a DVD recorded with an aspect ratio of 16:9. Wide Select when your screen’s aspect ratio is is fixed at 16:9 (Wide screen). Letter Box Select when your screen’s aspect ratio is fixed at 4:3 (Conventional screen).

  • Page 28: Changing The Password

    Setup operation Changing the password 1. Touch the “Password” button. 2. Enter the new password with the number buttons 0-9. 3. Confirm the new password with the number buttons 0-9. 4. Touch the “Enter” button to reset the password to the newly assigned one.

  • Page 29: Rds

    Setup operation TA Mode TA Seek When the newly tuned station does not receive TP information for 5 seconds, the receiver retunes to the next station which has the same TP information as well as the same PI as the last station. TA Alarm When a newly tuned station has no TP information for 5 seconds, a double beep sound is output.

  • Page 30: Bluetooth Operation

    PHONE • Refer to your phone’s user guide. • Due to the variety of Bluetooth phones and their firmware version, LAN-9600R may respond differently when performing over Bluetooth • If even a phone as described in this list meets requirements of Bluetooth Hand-free Profile 1.0 and Object Push Profile...

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    Bluetooth operation 6. In an initial connection, the user will see the "INPUT PIN CODE" screen as shown in the figure. To successfully connect, make sure to enter the same PIN code for Bluetooth phone and the unit. 7. Touch the number 0~9 buttons, then confirm. 8.

  • Page 32: Headset Functionality

    Also the caller’s number is not displayed when answering calls. Notes • If connecting through LAN-9600R, initiate the hands-free connection first. If your Bluetooth phone does not support the hands-free connection, then initiate the headset connection.

  • Page 33: Setup

    Bluetooth operation SETUP Connect Phone You can check the connected Bluetooth phone. BT Information. (Bluetooth Information) You can check the Bluetooth phone information. CONNECT PHONE Search Enter a part of registration number or letter to search a contacts entry you want. - Please see page 34 for details (BT Info.).

  • Page 34: Bt Info. (bluetooth Information)

    LAN-9600R. (The bluetooth phone control method may differ according to the manufacturer. Refer to the Owner’s manual.) 3. Press “Sending the phone number” in Bluetooth phone. 4. The telephone number is transmitted to the LAN-9600R from the Bluetooth phone.

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    Bluetooth operation Delete All You can delete all the list. Edit You can display the “INFORMATION” screen. (Pop-up screen appears on the screen.) Note If the hands-free or headset connection has already been made, disconnect the corresponding connection to add a new contacts entry.

  • Page 36: Information (phone Book)

    Bluetooth operation INFORMATION (PHONE BOOK) You can view all entry’s numbers or select which phone number is dialed when you default dial the phone book entries. (If the entry has more than one phone number.) From this screen, you can make a call as displayed here and set up a calling number.

  • Page 37: Answering Calls

    Bluetooth operation Answering calls When you receive a call, your phone rings and display an incoming call message. 1. The “CALL FROM” screen appears on the screen. 2. Touch the “Accept” button to answer the call. If you want to reject a call, touch the “Reject” button. Notes •...

  • Page 38: Radio (rds) Operation

    Radio (RDS) operation Listening to the radio stations BAND 1. Press the “SRC” button to select the radio. 2. Press the “BAND” repeatedly to select a band. The mode switches as follows. FM1 t FM2 t FM3 t MW 3. Seek tuning : Touch the buttons.

  • Page 39: Rds Display Options

    Radio (RDS) operation RDS display options The RDS system is capable of transmitting a wide variety of information in addition to the initial call sign that appears when a station is first tuned. In normal RDS operation the display will indicate the station name, broadcast network or call letters.

  • Page 40: Ta (traffic Announcement Identification)

    Radio (RDS) operation TA (Traffic announcement identification) This is an ON/OFF switching signal that indicates when a traffic announcement is on air. 1. Touch the “TA” button. The “TA ON” appears on the screen. 2. To cancel, touch it again. PTY (Program type recognition) You can select your favorite program type.

  • Page 41: R-text (radio Text Recognition)

    Radio (RDS) operation R-TEXT (Radio text recognition) The radio station’s information is displayed on the screen. 1. Touch the “R-Text” button. Radio text appears on the screen. 2. To cancel, touch it again. Note Some RDS stations may not choose to include some of these additional features.

  • Page 42: Cd/mp3/wma Operation

    CD/MP3/WMA operation Playing an audio CD and MP3/WMA disc The disc is drawn in and play starts automatically. Notes • The unit can play MP3/WMA formatted recordings on CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW (DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW) discs. • MP3/WMA Disc compatibility with this unit is limited as follows: 1.

  • Page 43: Locating A Folder/file Using The List

    CD/MP3/WMA operation Locating a folder/file using the list You can display the folder list/track list before starting to play. This is available only for 1. Touch the “LIST” button during playback. 2. Touch the folder button you want. 3. Touch the file you want. The file will be played. •...

  • Page 44: Information

    CD/MP3/WMA operation INFORMATION Touch the “Information” button during playback. When playing a disc containing information, you can see the CD TEXT/ID3 TAG information. In a CD TEXT, some information about the disc (disc title, performer and track title) is recorded. In a ID3 TAG, some information about the file (album title, Performer name, song title, recording year, music genre and a brief comment )is recorded.

  • Page 45: Dvd/vcd Operation

    DVD/VCD operation Playing a DVD/VCD disc The disc is drawn in, and “Disc reading” appears on the display window, and playback starts automatically. If playback does not start, press the B button. Notes • It takes several seconds for the unit to detect a disc type. •...

  • Page 46: Play / Stop / Pause

    DVD/VCD operation Play Touch the B button to start playback. Stop Touch the x button to stop. Pause Touch the ** button during playback. To return to playback, press the B button. Skip to the next chapter/track Touch briefly the M? button to select the next chapter/track. Skip to the previous chapter/track Touch briefly the ?m button within 3 seconds of playing time.

  • Page 47: Search

    DVD/VCD operation SEARCH Use the number buttons to select the chapter or title you want to view. 1. Touch the screen during playback. The setup screen displays on the screen. 2. Touch the “Search” button. The number screen displays on the screen. 3.

  • Page 48: Repeat

    DVD/VCD operation REPEAT Touch the “REPEAT” button during playback. The menu item changes as follows. OFF t CHAPTER t TITLE... OFF t TRACK t ALL... • CHAPTER : Plays repeatedly the current chapter. • TITLE : Plays repeatedly the current title. •...

  • Page 49: Divx Operation

    DivX operation Playing a DivX disc The disc is drawn in, and “Disc reading” appears on the display window, and playback starts automatically. If playback does not start, press the B button. Notes DivX disc compatibility with this player is limited as follows: •...

  • Page 50: Play / Stop / Pause

    DivX operation Play Touch the B button to start playback. Stop Touch the x button to stop. Pause Touch the ** button during playback. To return to playback, press the B button. Skip to the next file Touch briefly the M? button to select the next file. Skip to the previous file Touch briefly the ?m button.

  • Page 51: Repeat

    DivX operation REPEAT Touch the “REPEAT” button during playback. The item changes as follows. OFF t ONE t FOLDER t ALL... • ONE : Plays repeatedly the current file. • FOLDER : Plays repeatedly all files of the current folder. •...

  • Page 52: Photo Operation

    Photo operation Playing photo files The Photo viewer lets you view pictures from your device. This application recognizes JPG files. The previous Image and next Image arrow keys lets you display the previous or next image in the sequence of image files located in the selected folder.

  • Page 53: Usb Operation

    USB operation Playing a USB device FLIP TILT DISP CLOSE Plug the USB device, “USB detected” appears on the EJECT ARROW BAND PHONE display window, and playback starts automatically. If playback does not start, press the B button. The way to use the files recorded in a USB memory device is the same as when using a DISC.

  • Page 54: Basic Navigation

    Basic navigation What is GPS? The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense. GPS was originally intended for military applications, but in the 1980s, the government made the system available for civilian use.

  • Page 55: Installing The New Map Data In The Memory

    Basic navigation NAVI Installing the new map data in the memory MENU NAVI If you want to use these functions, please insert the map disc again. In addition, you may need to insert the map disc and store new data in the memory during navigation operation, such as when the destination is far away.

  • Page 56: Menu And Map Display

    Menu and Map display NAVI Map mode NAVI MENU Displays start map 1. Press the “NAVI” button to select the navigation. 2. The map screen displays on the screen. The current location of your vehicle. The arrow indicates your heading, and the display moves automatically as you drive.

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    Menu and Map display A communication system for informing drivers of the latest traffic information using FM multiplex broadcast. Information such as traffic jams or accidents can be checked on the display. When a route has been calculated, touch to check whether there is any traffic jam or closure information on your route.

  • Page 58: Whole Route Overview

    Menu and Map display Whole route overview You can check information about the route between your current location and destination. Drive in accordance with the screen and voice information. This option also displays on-screen instructions whenever the system is in guide mode. Here, you will learn how to interpret the various information presented to you on the screen, and how to customize the guidance information display.

  • Page 59: Simulation Mode

    Menu and Map display Simulation mode This is a demonstration function for shops. After a route is set, the simulation of the route guidance to a destination is automatically displayed. B : Play [[ : Pause -/+ : Check the simulation mode speed at 60 Km, 120 Km, 180 Km and 240 Km.

  • Page 60: Marking Your First Journey

    Menu and Map display NAVI Marking your first journey. NAVI MENU It is possible to do a path search and guide using how to set various destination. Here we explain how to set a destination by using address search. 1. Press the “MENU” button. 2.

  • Page 61: Selecting Your Country

    Menu and Map display 10. The map screen appears on the screen. 11. Touch the “OK” button. Route calculation starts automatically. 12. The “WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW” screen appears on the screen. 13. Touch the “Guide” button. 14. To guide you to your destination. The navigation will give you spoken instructions and visual instructions on the screen.

  • Page 62: Finding A Location With The Navigator

    Finding a location with the navigator NAVI Modifying the destination menu NAVI MENU The DEST. Menu helps to set various destinations for path search and guide. Users can search for destination by using functions such as Address, POI, Nearest POI, Intersection, or previously stored set points such as Memory Points, Previous Dest., as destination.

  • Page 63: Modify Information : Editing A Location's Information

    Finding a location with the navigator MODIFY INFORMATION : Editing a location’s information You can select a location from your list of stored “MEMORY POINTS”. Also you can save or edit points from this item. You can change the name. •...

  • Page 64: Poi (point Of Interest) Search

    Finding a location with the navigator POI (Point of interest) Search • Name • City , Name • Genre (Category) , Name • City , Genre (Category) , Name • Genre (Category) , City , Name Information about various features (Point of Interest POI), such as petrol stations, amusement parks or restaurants is available.

  • Page 65

    Finding a location with the navigator 10. Touch the “OK” button. Route calculation starts automatically. 11. The “WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW” screen appears on the screen. - Please see page 58 for details. (WHOLE ROUTE OVERVIEW) Notes • Touch the buttons to select the list you want to view.

  • Page 66: Nearest Poi (point Of Interest)

    Finding a location with the navigator Nearest POI (Point of interest) The map information on the memory includes the location of many points of interest. These range from railway stations to amusement parks and restaurants. You can use this function to quickly locate and route to any one of these points of interest.

  • Page 67: Address Search

    Finding a location with the navigator Address Search : • Street • City , Street If you know the address of your destination, you can set a route to using it . Name : Touch if you wish to first specify the Street Name. City : Touch if you wish to first specify the destination city or area.

  • Page 68: Junction Search : City Street1 Street2

    Finding a location with a navigator Junction Search : City Street1 Street2 1. Touch the “Junction Search” button. The text entry palette appears on the screen. 2. Touch the letter you want to input the name (STREET 1). If there is only one letter that could possibly follow your entry, that letter will automatically be entered.

  • Page 69: Previous Dest. (previous Destination)

    Finding a location with the navigator Previous Dest. (Previous destination) The “Previous Dest” is a convenient list of places that you have routed to in the past. Up to previous destinations are stored in the list, and you can register or delete particular listings at any time.

  • Page 70: Navigation Settings

    Navigation settings Registering your home and your favorite location If your home location is registered, the route home can be calculated by a single touch of the Home button from the menu. Also, you can register two location, such as your workplace, as your favorite location, and the route is calculated in a similar way.

  • Page 71: Modifying The Route Calculation Conditions

    Navigation settings Modifying the Route Calculation Conditions You can change the route calculation conditions using the Route menu. Cancel Route If you no longer need to travel to your destination or if you want to change your destination. Route Overview You can check information about the route between your current location and your destination.

  • Page 72: Route Options

    Navigation settings ROUTE OPTIONS Route Candidates This setting controls whether the system should calculate only one route, or three routes. 1 : Only one route judged as being optimum by your navigation is calculated. 3 : Only three route options are calculated. Route Condition Fast : Calculate a route with the travel time to your destination as a priority.

  • Page 73: Edit Way Point

    Navigation settings Edit Way Point You can edit (add, delete) way points (locations you want to visit on the way to your destination) and you can recalculate the route to pass through these locations. Whenever you set a way point, your point is manually added to the “EDIT WAY POINTS”.

  • Page 74: Detour

    Navigation settings Detour As you follow the guidance provided by your Navigation, you may wish to find an alternative route that avoids a certain length of the road ahead. For example, you may hear on the radio that the road ahead is heavily congested. In such a situations, “Detour”...

  • Page 75: Change Start

    Navigation settings Change Start Change Start is the function to change the start point site simulating where to drive using the navigation before actually driving. 1. Touch the “Change Start Point” button. The pop -up screen appears. 2. Touch the “OK” button to where you want to change the start point.

  • Page 76: Using Traffic Information (rds-tmc)

    Navigation settings Using Traffic Information (RDS-TMC) You can check traffic information transmitted by the FM radio service through the Radio Data System (TMC) on the display. Such traffic information is updated periodically. When you receive traffic information, the Navigation System automatically displays an icon informing you of the traffic information.

  • Page 77: Station Search

    Navigation settings Station Search The RDS-Tuner of the navigation system automatically tunes to the radio station to receive available traffic information (RDS-TMC station). If reception is poor, you can switch to another station manually. Once the receiving radio station is selected, the system automatically tunes to stations that provide traffic information according to the location of the vehicle.

  • Page 78: Tmc Option

    Navigation settings TMC Option Auto Seek Mode ON : When you receive traffic information, the Navigation System automatically seeks. OFF : Cancels the function. Event Alarm ON : Alarm sound rings if there are traffic jam sectors in the direction of the vehicles during towards the destination.

  • Page 79: Display

    Navigation settings Display Memory Points ON : Displays on the screen points where the user registered memory points in the memory. OFF : You can hide all points from the main navigation view at a stroke. Track You can set the system to display tracking dots that show the route you have driven.

  • Page 80: Volume

    Navigation settings Volume Sound volume for the navigation. Touch + or - buttons to change the guidance volume. Mute : Items related to muting the sound volume can be set. Notes • Volume of the audio source is adjusted by the VOL dial of the unit.

  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Cannot identify the current location. (GPS not receiving) GPS cannot be used indoors and must be connected to a power source with ACC in a vehicle in a location where the signal from the sky can be received easily. When initially connecting the GPS, it usually takes about 10 minutes to be working normally, but the connection speed can differ depending on the weather condition, and surrounding obstacles.

  • Page 82

    Troubleshooting The path guide can be different from the actual path. (Path guide error) • When the road is closely parallel. • When the splitting road angle is very small. • When there is an adjacent road when turning. • When driving on a road that is narrowing fast. •...

  • Page 83

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause Correction Leads and connectors are not Confirm once more that all Power doesn’t properly connected. connections are correct. turn on. The fuse is blown. Rectify the problem that caused The unit doesn’t operate. the fuse to blow, and then replace it.

  • Page 84

    Troubleshooting Language Codes Use this list to input your desired language for the following initial settings: Disc Audio, Disc Subtitle, Disc Menu. Language Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Abkhazian 6566 Fiji 7074 Lingala 7678 Singhalese 8373 Afar 6565 Finnish 7073 Lithuanian...

  • Page 85: Bluetooth Phone Compatibility List

    Bluetooth phone compatibility list • If even a phone as described in this list meets requirements of Bluetooth Hand-free Profile 1.0 and Object Push Profile 1.1, it can operate. However, it is noted that we can- not assure for operation by function. •...

  • Page 86: Specifications

    Specifications GENERAL Output Power...................50W x 4CH (Max.) Power Source ......................DC 12V Speaker impedance......................4 Ω Ground System ...................... Negative Dimensions (W x H x D).............400 x 280 x 55 mm (Main unit) Dimensions (W x H x D) ..........256.8 x 163.8 x 40 mm (Hideaway unit) Net Weight....................2.28 kg (Main unit) Net Weight ..................1.12 kg (Hideaway unit) DISPLAY...

  • Page 87: Support-hotline

    Support-Hotline * You can download the Update Software from http://www.lge.com/support/software.jsp for free. * You can purchase the Upgrade Map from LG Authorized Service Centres. For more information, contact Call Centre or Website. LG Subsidiary Country Service Number 902 500 234 LG Electronics ESPANA S.A.

  • Page 88

    P/NO : MFL36334737...

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