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Philips CID3289/00 User Manual

Philips car infotainment system cid3289 designed for volkswagen lavida
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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at CID3289 EN User manual ZH-CN...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Important Safety Notice 2 Your in-car entertainment system Introduction What’s in the box Overview of the main unit 3 Get started Install the car audio Turn on Set date and time Adjust screen 4 Use map Upgrade the map 5 Listen to radio Tune to a radio station Store radio stations in memory...
  • Page 3: Important

    1 Important Safety Read and understand all instructions before you use the apparatus. If damage the warranty does not apply. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation. This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only.
  • Page 4 Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of old equipment. device that are not expressly approved by Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. 2010 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.
  • Page 5: Your In-Car Entertainment System

    2 Your in-car entertainment system at Introduction Quickly found routine through the navigation system And you can also enjoy: Audio/video/JPEG pictures from USB devices SD/SDHC/MMC cards External devices FM or AM (MW) radio Audio from Bluetooth-enabled devices Bluetooth-enabled devices.
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Main Unit

    Overview of the main unit a Disc slot Eject disc. c TUNE/ SELECT Tune for radio station. d RESET Reset the unit when it hangs up. e FM/AM Switch to the FM/AM source. f DISP/ / Adjust screen brightness. Turn on/off the screen display. g DISC Switch to disc playing mode.
  • Page 7: Get Started

    Install the car audio These instructions are for a typical installation. make the corresponding adjustment. If you have your Philips car audio dealer. Caution This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only. Always install this unit in the car dashboard.
  • Page 8: Mount In The Dashboard

    Note on the power supply lead (yellow) When you connect other devices to this circuit is higher than the total fuse value of all the connected devices. Notes on speaker connection Never connect speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the car. Never connect speaker wires with stripes to one another.
  • Page 9: Turn On

    Reconnect the negative terminal of the car battery. Connect wires Caution Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape. the other connections: Yellow Green Blue SANYO CD/VCD/DVD CHANGE Gearbox Turn on Caution Risk of road accidents! Never watch video or adjust settings while you drive.
  • Page 10: Set Date And Time

    Tap a language. » The OSD language is changed to the selected language immediately. Set date and time Press MENU. » The main menu is displayed. Tap [Settings]. Tap [Time]. » The date/time setup menu is displayed. Set date Tap [Date]. Tap the displayed date information.
  • Page 11: Use Map

    4 Use map Note You may need to upgrade the map (sold separately) before using it (see “Upgrade the Tap the upper left corner to display home menu. Tap [Navigation]. » The navigation menu is displayed in a few seconds. Refer to the map manual to operate the navigation tool.
  • Page 12: Listen To Radio

    5 Listen to radio Tune to a radio station to display home menu. Tap [Radio]. » Band and frequency information is displayed. Tap on FM or AM to select band: FM band options: FM1, FM2, FM3 AM band options: AM1, AM2 to tune to a radio station by step.
  • Page 13: Tune To A Preset Station

    Tap one of the channels 01 to 06 to save the select band. Store stations automatically which broadcasts a 10-second preview of each detected radio station. Select band. Tap [Search]. » Auto search starts. The six strongest stations of the selected band are saved in preset channels 1-6 automatically.
  • Page 14: Connect Usb Device

    Connect USB device Note Ensure that the device contains playable content. Open the USB/SD card door. Insert the USB device to the USB socket. » Play starts automatically. Note Insert SD/MMC card Note Ensure that the device contains playable content. The unit supports SDHC card.
  • Page 15: Skip/Search

    Skip/search to return to playlist menu. : To display all available audio folders/track. : To display all available picture : To display all available video to select a folder/track. to start play. Direct select Tap anywhere except for the upper left necessary.
  • Page 16: Repeat A Section

    -1: play the current track repeatedly. -Folder: play all the tracks in the current folder repeatedly. (in grey color): cancel repeat play. Repeat a section (repeat A-B). upper left corner to display menu on the necessary. repeatedly to mark: [Repeat A-]: the start of the section to repeat.
  • Page 17: Zoom

    Zoom You can zoom in pictures for a close view. except for the upper left corner to display repeatedly to zoom in the picture. to pan through the enlarged picture. Select slide show duration Tap anywhere except for the upper left necessary.
  • Page 18: Make A Call

    Disconnect Bluetooth devices » (green) is displayed. The device will also be disconnected when the device is moved beyond the operational range. If you want to reconnect the device to the If you do not want to reconnect the device to >[Auto connect] then select [Off] Make a call...
  • Page 19: Listen To Music From Bluetooth Device

    Switch phone call to the mobile If you do not want your passenger to hear the mobile. » The voice is transferred from the unit’s loudspeaker to the mobile phone. Listen to music from Bluetooth device If the connected Bluetooth device supports you can listen to the music stored on the device through the unit.
  • Page 20: Adjust Sound

    8 Adjust sound Adjust volume Turn clockwise to increase volume. Turn anti-clockwise to reduce volume. Mute again. You can also turn off sound by tapping the screen. Select preset equalizer You can select preset equalizer: [User] [Techno] [Rock] [Classic] [Jazz] [Optimal] [Flat] [Pop]...
  • Page 21: Set Dynamic Bass Boost (Dbb)

    to select subwoofer volume. [Sub] subwoofer volume: 0 to 24. Tap F R L R to adjust fader/balance value. [Fade] fader range: +24 to -24. (F = [Balance] balance range: -24 to +24. to exit. Set Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) to toggle between the settings.
  • Page 22 General Options Description settings [Radio [USA] Select one that region] [S.Amer-1] matches your [Arabia] location. [China] [S.Amer-2] [Europe] [Korea] [OIRT] [Radio [Local] Only stations range] with strong signals can be broadcast. [Distance] Stations with strong and weak signals can be broadcast.
  • Page 23: Adjust Sound Settings

    If [User] is displayed. select a picture from the list. Or Tap [Scan SD] > picture from the map card. The background picture is changed. to exit. Note Only picture saved in 800 x 480 pixel (resolution) and in .bmp format can be used as wallpaper.
  • Page 24: Adjust Bluetooth Settings

    Tap an option repeatedly to select: Video Options Description settings [Aspect [Full] For widescreen ratio] display. [Normal] For normal display. [Video [Auto] The correct format input] is set automatically. Select this option if you are not sure which format should be selected. [NTSC] Used in the United and some other...
  • Page 25: Adjust Language Settings

    Adjust language settings Tap [Language]. Tap an option repeatedly to select: Language Options Description settings [OSD] [English] Select on-screen- display language. [DVD [English] Select DVD audio audio] language. Options available are depends on DVD disc. [DVD [English] Select DVD subtitle] subtitle language.
  • Page 26: Others

    Tap an option repeatedly to select: DVD rating Options Description [Set Set password to password] restrict the play of discs. The default password is 0000. [Rating [Kid Acceptable for level] safe] children. Acceptable for general viewers. [PG] Parental guidance suggested. [PG-13] Unsuitable for children under age 13.
  • Page 27: Product Information

    If the fuse gets damaged immediately after it dealer. 11 Product information Note Product information is subject to change without prior notice. General Power supply negative ground Fuse 15 A Suitable speaker 4 - 8 impedance Maximum power 50 W x 4 channels output Continuous power 24 W x 4 channels...
  • Page 28: Disc Player

    Disc player System DVD / CD audio / MP3 system Frequency response 20 Hz - 20k Hz Signal/noise ratio >75dB Total harmonic Less than 1% distortion Channel separation >55dB Video signal format NTSC only Video output 1 +/- 0.2V Radio Frequency range - FM 87.5 - 108.0 MHz Frequency range -...
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    Never remove the casing of this apparatus. the system yourself. If you encounter problems when using this requesting service. If the problem remains ( When you is nearby and the model number and serial number are available. No power Car engine has not been started. Start the car engine.
  • Page 30: About Bluetooth Device

    Video DVD settings do not match with the DVD. Adjust video DVD settings. Video connection is improper. Check the connections. Noise in broadcasts. Signals are too weak. Select other stations with stronger signals. Check the connection of the car antenna. Change broadcast from stereo to mono.
  • Page 31: Glossary

    13 Glossary Bite rate The max data transfer through the USB port. Bluetooth that is meant to allow mobile devices to share information and applications without the worry of cables or interface incompatibilities. Denmark. Operate at 2.4GHz. For more MultimediaCard. A type of memory card with system.
  • Page 32 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. Document order number: CID3289_00_UM_V1.0...

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