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LG LAD9700R Manual

LG LAD9700R Manual

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AV Multimedia System
Read the manual carefully before using the unit.
The working life of this product is 7 years since the date of purchase.


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  • Page 1 LAD9700R_ENG_MOSCOW_MFL41634255 LAD9700R ENGLISH AV Multimedia System Read the manual carefully before using the unit. The working life of this product is 7 years since the date of purchase.
  • Page 2 Safety notes CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT SPLIT COVER(OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. To reduce the risk of fire or electric The lightning flash with the shock, do not expose this product to arrowhead symbol, within an...
  • Page 3 Safety notes About this unit Before installing the unit • This product is for vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative earthing. Check the battery voltage of your vehicle before installation. • To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be CAUTION : sure to disconnect the (–) battery cable This product uses a Laser System.
  • Page 4 Safety notes Types of Playable Discs Precautions of handling discs and player DVD (12 cm disc) • A defective or soiled disc inserted into the unit can cause sound to Video CD (VCD) (12 cm disc) drop during playback. • Handle the disc by holding its innerouter edges.
  • Page 5 Safety notes About the Symbol Display NOTES ON COPYRIGHTS When you are watching a DVD and attempt to It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, perform an operation, it may not be performed show, broadcast via cable, play in public, or due to the programming on the disc.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Control panel/Monitor ..........8 Remote control .
  • Page 7 Table of contents DivX operation ..........34-35 Playing a Divx disc .
  • Page 8: Control Panel/Monitor

    Control Panel/Monitor 11. RDS • Selects the TA on/off. (Press a short time.) • Selects the AF on/off. (Press a long time.) 12. EQ Selects various equalizer curves. 13. EJECT 10 11 12 13 1617 Ejects a disc from the unit. 14.
  • Page 9: Remote Control

    Remote Control (up/down/left/right) Selects an item in the menu. ENTER (ENT) Confirms menu selection. 5. 0-9 number buttons • Selects numbered items in the menu. • Selects a stored radio station frequency (1-6). REPEAT Repeats chapter, track, title or file. SHUFFLE CD/MP3/WMA Plays tracks or files in random order.
  • Page 10: Accessories

    Remote Control / Accessories Install the battery of remote Accessories control Protective Case Pull the tray on the back of battery of remote control outward with a pencil or ball point pen Remote Control and insert the battery with the plus (+) minus (-) poles pointing in the proper direction.
  • Page 11: Connection

    Connection Connecting the system Vehicle connector Power cord Yellow TO BATTERY (+)- To the car battery, continuos +12 V DC. Blue POWER ANTENNA- To the power antenna Orange DIMMER- This lead is for the dimmer line connection. TO IGNITION- To the terminal from which the power is supplied when the ignition switch is set to ACC.
  • Page 12: Connecting To Separately Sold Auxiliary Device

    Connection Connecting to separately sold auxiliary device To VIDEO IN To VIDEO OUT Auxiliary Device AUX V (CAR TV, etc) (AUX Video) AUX-R (Sold seperately.) To AUDIO IN (AUX Right) To AUDIO OUT AUX-L (AUX Left) To VIDEO IN Rear view camera CAM V (Sold seperately.) To VIDEO OUT...
  • Page 13: Connecting The Radio Antenna Of The Vehicle

    Connection Connecting the radio antenna of the vehicle Connect the radio antenna of the vehicle to the antenna jack of the unit.
  • Page 14: Connecting To A Rear View Camera

    Connection Connecting to a rear view camera When using the unit with a rear view camera, automatic switching to video from a rear view camera is possible when the gearshift is moved to REVERSE (R) position. Rear view mode also allows you to check what is behind you while driving. Notes •...
  • Page 15: Installation

    Installation ISO-DIN Installation Basic installation 1. Slide the unit into the ISO-DIN frame. Before installing, make sure that the ignition- 2. Install screws removed from the old unit. switch is set to OFF and remove the terminal 3. Slide the unit and frame into the dash of the car battery to avoid short-circuiting.
  • Page 16: Basic Operation

    Basic operation Mute Turning the unit on Press the “VOL” knob while listening to any Press any other buttons (PWR on the remote source. control) except or EJECT button on the To resume the previous volume level, press control panel. the button again.
  • Page 17: Selecting A Eq (Equalizer)/ Rear Seat Entertainment

    Basic operation Selecting a EQ (Equalizer) Rear Seat Entertainment Press the “EQ” button repeatedly to select a You can output any other sources via front equalizer. monitor when you are playing a disc via The mode switches as follows. monitor for rear seat connected to RSE OUT. FLAT t POP t CLASSIC t ROCK t JAZZ t VOCAL t SALSA t SAMBA t 1.
  • Page 18: Selecting A Source With Remote Control/ Selecting A Source On The Screen

    Basic operation Selecting a source with remote : Touch when you want to play an auxiliary device. control : Touch when you don’t want to Press SRC repeatedly to select a source. select a source. (The time appears The mode switches as follows. TUNER t DVD/CD t AUX t TUNER...
  • Page 19 Basic operation SCREEN Language There are six kinds of screen menu: You can set the display language. Brightness/Contrast, Change Color, Adjust Dimmer, Language, Setback, Rear Camera Touch the language button you want. Brightness/Contrast You can set the brightness and contrast of Setback screen.
  • Page 20 Basic operation Rear Camera User Equalizer You can adjust the sound modes and store your own adjustments in memory. • On: The rear view through the rear view camera is automatically displayed on the monitor when the rear gear is Touch to adjust the level of each applied.
  • Page 21 Basic operation • : Confirm the entered code. There are four kinds of DVD menu: • : Delete the previous character at the DVD Language, Aspect Ratio, Lock, DivX cursor position. Registration • : Cancels the functions. Aspect Ratio Note This is only available only when you select the DVD/CD source.
  • Page 22 Basic operation Lock You can secure the device against unautho- 1. Touch the v or V buttons to select the rized use by assigning a password. In addi- area code. tion, you can specify a rating level. If you set See page 42 to find the area code.
  • Page 23 Basic operation TA Mode There are two kinds of RDS menu: PI Mode, TA Mode When the newly tuned station does not receive TP information for 5 seconds, the PI Mode receiver retunes to the next station which has the same TP information as well as the same PI as the last station.
  • Page 24: Bluetooth Operation

    Bluetooth operation Understanding Bluetooth 3. Touch The “ ” pop-up wireless technology screen appears on the screen. Bluetooth wireless technology establishes a wireless link between two devices, such as your phone and the unit. The first time you use two devices together you must connect them by establishing a relationship using a PIN code.
  • Page 25: Disconnecting/Connecting Again The Bluetooth Phone

    Bluetooth must be turned on in your phone. displayed when answering calls. Refer to your phone’s user guide. • If connecting through LAD9700R, initiate the 1. Enable the phone’s Bluetooth component. hands-free connection first. If your Bluetooth This might be in a menu called Settings, phone does not support the hands-free con- Bluetooth, Connections, or Hands-free.
  • Page 26: Making A Call With Phone Number/ Switching The Sound Path During A Call

    Bluetooth operation Making a call with phone Making a call with speed dial numbers number To make a call from a speed dial numbers, Connect your unit and bluetooth phone before press after pressing the speed dial you make a call. number assigned to the Bluetooth phone, or 1.
  • Page 27: Answering Calls/ Using Your Phone Book

    Bluetooth operation Answering calls Searching the phone number You can search a contacts entry you want. 1. When you receive a call, your phone rings 1. Touch on the “PHONE BOOK” and the “Call from” pop-up screen is dis- screen. played on the screen.
  • Page 28 Owner’s manual.) 3. Press “Sending the phone number” in Bluetooth phone. 4. The telephone number is transmitted to the LAD9700R from the Bluetooth phone. 2. Touch . And then change the informa- tion. Note This is only available for on the “PHONE Note BOOK”...
  • Page 29: Setup

    Bluetooth operation SETUP - Info. (Information) Touch and the pop-up screen displays You can make various adjustments to items in the screen. by using the setup menu. 1. Press the PHONE ( ) button on the control panel. And then Touch The “SETUP”...
  • Page 30 Show ( )/ Hide ( Mic Volume ( You can select whether bluetooth phones are Adjust the microphone volume by touching able to search the LAD9700R or not. Note Touch the button in the current screen to exit previous screen.
  • Page 31: Dvd/Vcd Operation

    DVD/VCD operation This is available only for Playing a DVD/VCD disc 1. Touch the screen in the menu screen. The disc is drawn in, and “Disc reading” appears on the display window, and playback starts automatically. If playback does not start, touch the screen and then touch 2.
  • Page 32: Still Picture And Frame-By-Frame Playback/ Slow Motion

    DVD/VCD operation Still picture and frame-by-frame play- MENU back The menu may contain camera angles, spo- ken language, subtitle options and chapters 1. Press (X on the remote control) during for the title. playback. 1. Touch the screen during playback. The unit will now go into the PAUSE mode.
  • Page 33: Repeat/ Audio/ Subtitle/ Angle/Using

    DVD/VCD operation REPEAT ANGLE Touch the “ ” button during playback. Touch the “ ” button during playback. The menu item changes as follows. If the disc contains multi-angle views, you can OFF t CHAPTER t TITLE... change to a different camera angle during ALL t TRACK t ALL...
  • Page 34: Divx Operation

    DivX operation Play Playing a DivX disc The disc is drawn in, and “Disc reading” Touch the button to start playback. appears on the display window, and playback starts automatically. Stop If playback does not start, touch the screen Touch the button to stop.
  • Page 35: Slow Motion/ Search/ Repeat/ Audio/ Subtitle

    DivX operation Slow motion SUBTITLE Touch the “ ” button during playback. 1. Press (X on the remote control) during If the disc contains multi-subtitle languages, playback. you can change to a different subtitle lan- The unit will now go into the PAUSE mode. guage during playback.
  • Page 36: Cd/Mp3/Wma Operation

    CD/MP3/WMA operation Skip to the previous track/file Playing an audio CD and Touch briefly the button within 4 seconds MP3/WMA disc of playing time. The disc is drawn in and play starts automati- cally. Return to the beginning of the current track/file Touch briefly the button after 5 seconds of...
  • Page 37: Scan/ Repeat/ Shuffle

    CD/MP3/WMA operation SCAN Locating a folder/file using the list You can display the folder list/file list before This is available only for starting to play. Touch the “ ” button during playback. This is available only for The item changes as follow. 1.
  • Page 38: Photo Operation

    Photo operation Locating a folder/file using the list Playing photo files The Photo viewer lets you view pictures from You can display the folder list/file list before your device. This application recognizes JPG starting to play. files. 1. Touch the “ ”...
  • Page 39: Radio (Rds) Operation

    Radio (RDS) operation The selected preset station has been stored Listening to the radio stations in memory. 1. Press the “SRC” button to select the radio. 2. Press the “BAND” repeatedly to select a 4. Repeat steps 1 and 3 to preset other sta- band.
  • Page 40: Af (Alternative Frequency)/ Ta (Traffic Announcement Identification)

    Radio (RDS) operation AF (Alternative frequency) 3. Touch one of your favorite program types. 4. Touch one of your favorite PTY code When the reception quality drops, the tuner name. automatically changes to another station in 5. “PTY SEARCH” appears on the screen. the network, broadcasting a better reception 6.
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause Correction Leads and connector 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 42: Language Codes/Area Codes

    Language Codes/Area Codes 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...
  • Page 43: 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 cannot assure for operation by function. •...
  • Page 44 Bluetooth phone compatibility list Phone Dialing Manufacturer Model Remarks Nokia Note4 Nokia Note4 Note4 Nokia Nokia Note4 Nokia Note4 Nokia Note4 Nokia Note4 Note4 Nokia 3650 Nokia 6103 Note8, Note4 Nokia 6131 Note4 Nokia 6230 Note4 Nokia 6230i Note4 Note7, Note4 Nokia 6280 Nokia...
  • Page 45 Bluetooth phone compatibility list Phone Dialing Manufacturer Model Remarks Sony Ericsson P990i Sony Ericsson T610 Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson W85Oi Sony Ericsson T610 Sony Ericsson Z600 Sony Ericsson S700i Sony Ericsson K700i Sony Ericsson V800 Siemens SL75 Note12 Siemens...
  • Page 46: Specifications

    Usable Sensitivity ......................32 dBµV “The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by LG Electronics is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.”...

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