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About MPEG-4 files

MPEG-4 files meeting the following
requirements can be played. Playback is not be
guaranteed for all MPEG-4 files meeting the
requirements.
• Profile: MPEG-4 Simple profile
• Bit rate: Max. 7 Mbps on USB FS, 10 Mbps on
DVD, 7 Mbps on CD
• Frame rate: Max. 30 fps
• Image size: Max. 720 × 480 pixels
• Audio: Max. 320 kbps (AAC-LC)
• File extension: .mp4

About iPod

• You can connect to the following iPod models.
Update your iPod devices to the latest software
before use.
Made for
– iPod touch
– iPod touch (2nd generation)
– iPod classic
– iPod classic (120GB)
– iPod with video*
– iPod nano (4th generation)
– iPod nano (3rd generation)
– iPod nano (2nd generation)
– iPod nano (1st generation)*
Works with
– iPhone
– iPhone 3G
– iPhone 3GS
* Passenger control is not available for iPod nano (1st
generation) or iPod with video.
• "Made for iPod" means that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance standards.
• "Works with iPhone" means that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPhone and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance standards.
• Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.
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About Bluetooth function

What is Bluetooth technology?
• Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range
wireless technology that enables wireless data
communication between digital devices, such as a
cellular phone and a headset. Bluetooth wireless
technology operates within a range of about 10 m
(about 33 feet). Connecting two devices is
common, but some devices can be connected to
multiple devices at the same time.
• You do not need to use a cable for connection
since Bluetooth technology is a wireless
technology, neither is it necessary for the devices
to face one another, such is the case with infrared
technology. For example, you can use such a
device in a bag or pocket.
• Bluetooth technology is an international standard
supported by millions of companies all over the
world, and employed by various companies
worldwide.
On Bluetooth communication
• Bluetooth wireless technology operates within a
range of about 10 m.
Maximum communication range may vary
depending on obstacles (person, metal, wall, etc.)
or electromagnetic environment.
• The following conditions may affect the
sensitivity of Bluetooth communication.
– There is an obstacle such as a person, metal, or
wall between this unit and Bluetooth device.
– A device using 2.4 GHz frequency, such as a
wireless LAN device, cordless telephone, or
microwave oven, is in use near this unit.
• Because Bluetooth devices and wireless LAN
(IEEE802.11b/g) use the same frequency,
microwave interference may occur and result in
communication speed deterioration, noise, or
invalid connection if this unit is used near a
wireless LAN device. In such as case, perform the
following.
– Use this unit at least 10 m away from the
wireless LAN device.
– If this unit is used within 10 m of a wireless
LAN device, turn off the wireless LAN device.
– Install this unit and Bluetooth device as near to
each other as possible.
• Microwaves emitting from a Bluetooth device may
affect the operation of electronic medical devices.
Turn off this unit and other Bluetooth devices in
the following locations, as it may cause an
accident.
– where inflammable gas is present, in a hospital,
train, airplane, or petrol station
– near automatic doors or a fire alarm
• This unit supports security capabilities that
comply with the Bluetooth standard to provide a
secure connection when the Bluetooth wireless
technology is used, but security may not be
enough depending on the setting. Be careful when
communicating using Bluetooth wireless
technology.

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