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  • Page 1 Always there to help you Register your product and get support at CE132 Question? Contact Philips User manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Safety 8 Use Bluetooth devices Connect a device Play audio from a Bluetooth device 2 Your car audio system Make a call Introduction What's in the box 9 Listen to an external player Overview of the system 3 Install the car audio system 10 Adjust sound Connect wires Mount into the dashboard...
  • Page 4: Safety

    1 Safety Read and understand all instructions before you use this device. If damage is caused by failure to follow instructions, the warranty does not apply. • Modification of the product could result in hazardous radiation of EMC or other unsafe operation.
  • Page 5: Your Car Audio System

    AAC, WAV, and PCM files DRM protected WMA files (.wav, .m4a, Congratulations on your purchase, and .m4p, .mp4, and .aac) welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the WMA files in lossless format support that Philips offers, register your product at
  • Page 6: Overview Of The System

    Overview of the system t srq l k j i h • During a call, press and hold to transfer the phone call to mobile phone. • Unlock the front panel. d LCD screen • For .wma and .mp3 tracks on a storage device, press to select the previous •...
  • Page 7 • In radio mode, press to select the • In radio mode, press and hold to store preset radio station of No. 6. the current radio station at channel • In radio mode, press and hold to store No. 1. the current radio station at channel •...
  • Page 8 • Press to enable or disable the maximum volume. • Press and hold to enable or disable the DBB (dynamic bass boost) sound effect. • Press to answer or redial a call. • Press to hang up a call. • Press and hold to reject an incoming call.
  • Page 9: Install The Car Audio System

    3 Install the car Connect wires audio system Note • Make sure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape. Caution • Consult a professional to connect wires as instructed below. • Use the controls only as stated in this user manual. Check the car's wiring carefully and Always follow the instructions in this chapter in connect them to the the ISO male...
  • Page 10: Mount Into The Dashboard

    ISO male Connect to Mount into the dashboard connectors Yellow strip To the +12V car • If the car does not have an on-board drive battery which is or navigation computer, disconnect the energized at all times negative terminal of the car battery. •...
  • Page 11: Attach The Front Panel

    Install the sleeve into the dashboard and Attach the trim plate. bend the tabs outward to fix the sleeve. Reconnect the negative terminal of the car battery. Slide the unit into the sleeve until you hear a "click". Attach the front panel Insert the notch on the front panel to the chassis on the main unit.
  • Page 12 Detach the front panel Note • Before you insert an SD/SDHC card or reset the system, detach the front panel. • Before you detach the front panel, make sure that the system is turned off. Press to release the front panel. Pull the front panel outwards to remove it.
  • Page 13: Get Started

    Press to turn on the system. Rotate clockwise to set the minute. » [PHILIPS] is displayed and then [SELECT OPERATING REGION] Display the clock (select a radio region) scrolls. When one of the following options is...
  • Page 14: Select A Listening Zone

    Select a listening zone Press and hold until one of the following options is displayed. • [ALL]: For all passengers [FRONT-L]: For the front-left seat only • [FRONT-R]: For the front-right seat • only [FRONT]: For front passengers only • Press repeatedly to select a listening zone.
  • Page 15: Listen To Radio

    5 Listen to radio [LOC OFF]: Search for radio stations • with strong and weak signals. Search for a radio station Switch to radio mode Search for a radio station Press AS/SOURCE repeatedly to switch automatically the source to [RADIO]. Press to search for the previous or Press...
  • Page 16 Store radio stations manually Press repeatedly to select a tuner band. Tune to the radio station that you want to store. Press and hold , or to store the radio station at the selected channel. • To select a stored radio station, press , , or...
  • Page 17: Play From A Storage Device

    This system can play .mp3 and .wma files that are copied onto a compatible storage device. Control play Note Button Function • Philips does not guarantee compatibility with all storage Press repeatedly to select a devices. • NTFS (New Technology File System) file system is not folder. supported.
  • Page 18: Switch Tracks

    Switch tracks During play, you can switch tracks or folders quickly. Switch tracks directly Press to access the track list. » The file name of current track scrolls. Rotate to toggle through tracks. Press to play the selected track. Switch folders for a track Press to access the folder list.
  • Page 19: Play From An Ipod/Iphone

    7 Play from an » The system starts playing tracks that are stored on your iPod/iPhone. iPod/iPhone Note • Before you disconnect the iPod/iPhone, switch the system to another source. Note • During play, no audio signals are transferred through the headphone socket of your iPod/iPhone.
  • Page 20: Charge Your Ipod/Iphone

    Search for a track After accessing the iPod/iPhone menu, you can select a specific track quickly. Press to access the iPod/iPhone menu. » [PLAYLIST] scrolls. Rotate to select a category. Press to access the list of tracks under the category. »...
  • Page 21: Use Bluetooth Devices

    » [WAIT] is displayed with -, --, and --- blinking alternately until [DISCONNECTED] scrolls. Note • Philips does not guarantee the compatibility with all Bluetooth devices. • Before pairing a device with this system, read its user • You can also complete the disconnection on your manual for Bluetooth compatibility.
  • Page 22: Play Audio From A Bluetooth Device

    Redial the last called number • You can also complete the reconnection on your Press . device. » [REDIAL] is displayed. Press to confirm. » [CALLING] is displayed. Play audio from a Bluetooth device Pick up an incoming call When the system receives an incoming call, the If the connected Bluetooth device supports phone number or [PHONE IN] is displayed.
  • Page 23: Listen To An External Player

    9 Listen to an external player You can use the system to amplify the audio input from an external player, for example, MP3 player. MP3-LINK Press AS/SOURCE repeatedly to switch the source to [MP3--LINK]. Connect an audio input cable with a 3.5 mm connector on both ends between •...
  • Page 24: Adjust Sound

    10 Adjust sound The following operations are applicable to all supported media. Button Function Rotate to increase or decrease the volume level. Press to mute the speakers or release them from mute status. Press to enable or disable the maximum volume. Press and hold to enable or disable the Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) effect.
  • Page 25: Additional Information

    If the fuse gets damaged immediately after it is replaced, an internal malfunction may occur. In such Press the RESET button with the tip of a case, consult your Philips retailer. ball-point pen or toothpick. » All settings are reset to factory default.
  • Page 26: Product Information

    12 Product Bluetooth information Output Class 2 power Frequency 2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz ISM band Band Note Range 3 meters(free space) Standard Bluetooth 2.0 specification • Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. General Power supply 12 V DC (11 V - 16 V), negative ground Fuse 15 A...
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    SD/SDHC card. product, check the following points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved, go to the Philips Web page (www. About the Bluetooth device When you contact Philips, make sure that the product is nearby and the model number and serial number are available.
  • Page 28 • Some mobile phones may connect and disconnect constantly when you make or end calls. This does not indicate any malfunction of the system. • For some mobile phones, the Bluetooth connection may be deactivated automatically as a power-saving feature. This does not indicate any malfunction of the system.
  • Page 29: Notice

    Any changes or modifications made to this registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth device that are not expressly approved by SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Philips is Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s under license. authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 30 Specifications are subject to change without notice © 2013 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. CE132_85_UM_V2.0...

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