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Panasonic PP105168 Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic PP105168 Operating Instructions Manual

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Weather Band Receiver
PP105168
PP P/N
Operating Instructions
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and keep this manual for
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future reference.

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  • Page 1 Weather Band Receiver PP105168 PP P/N Operating Instructions Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and keep this manual for ¡ future reference.
  • Page 2: Safety Information

    Safety Information Read the operating instructions for the unit and This manual uses pictographs to show you how to all other components of your truck audio system use the product safely and to alert you to potential carefully before using the system. They contain dangers resulting from improper connections and instructions about how to use the system in a safe operations.
  • Page 3 Observe the following cautions when Caution installing. Refer wiring and installation to qualified Observe the following cautions when service personnel. using this unit. Installation of this unit requires special skills and Keep the sound volume at an appropriate experience. For maximum safety, have it installed by the dealership.
  • Page 4 Safety Information (continued) ¡ Position the iPod device/iPhone model/USB device Caution and USB extension cable so that they do not obstruct your driving. ¡ Do not connect any device other than iPod device/ Observe the following cautions when iPhone model/USB memory or a USB audio player. using iPod ®...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Disconnection of the Bluetooth ® device Safety Information ......2 Deletion of the registered data Contents ........5 ® Bluetooth - Hands-Free Phone ..24 Features ........6 Phone answering Front AUX terminal (AUX1) Phone hanging up Rear AUX terminal (AUX2) Switching between the private mode* and Sound control hands-free mode...
  • Page 6: Features

    Features ® Front AUX terminal (AUX1) Bluetooth Your mobile audio player and other devices are con- This feature allows users to use a hands-free phone ® nectable to this unit without any difficulty. and Bluetooth audio systems. ® Compatible Bluetooth devices Rear AUX terminal (AUX2) ¡...
  • Page 7: Connectable Devices

    Connectable devices Compatible USB devices Made for. ¡ iPod touch (4th generation) ¡ USB Mass Storage Class ¡ iPod touch (3rd generation) For details as to whether your USB memory/ ¡ iPod touch (2nd generation) USB Audio is compatible with USB Mass Stor- ¡...
  • Page 8: Controls Layout

    Controls Layout BAND DISP Display page 14, 15, 23, 24, 25) SRC Source page 10, page 9, 14, 17, 20, 22) y / 5 Pause/Play 14, 16, 19, 23) page 9) CLOCK page 16, 19, 26) page 10) POWER APM Auto Preset Memory page 14) PHONE page 24, 25)
  • Page 9: Preparation

    Preparation First time power on Clock adjustment Turn the key in the ignition until the ac- The 12-hour system is used for example. cessory indicator lights. Press [DISP](CLOCK). Press [POWER]. Clock Display Setting (Clock display) Hold down [DISP](CLOCK) for more than Hold down [DISP](CLOCK) for more than 2 seconds.
  • Page 10: General

    General [SRC] selects a source. [POWER] toggles power on/off. [VOL] (Volume) AUX Connector (3.5 mm ø stereo) From line output of external sound/audio device (ex. Silicon audio player, HDD player, etc.) Power On/Off Set your car’s ignition switch to the ACC or ON position.
  • Page 11: Volume Adjustment

    Volume Adjustment (Setting Range: 0 to 40, Default: 18) Turn [VOL] clockwise to increase the vol- ume, and counterclockwise to decrease the volume. Down Indication at connecting external amplifier lights when an external amplifier is con- nected. Note: When an anomaly of the external amplifier is detected, “AMP FAULT”...
  • Page 12: Sound Controls

    Sound Controls [VOL] selects a value in the audio menu. (PUSH SEL: Select) selects items in the audio menu. Audio modes (Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader/SQ) Turn [VOL] (Volume) clock- Push [SEL] (Select) to select the audio mode in sequence. wise or counterclockwise to change each level or select a setting.
  • Page 13 SQ (Sound Quality) q, w: Select SQ is a function that can call up various sound types at the touch of button in accordance with your listen- ing music type. (FLAT) flat frequency response: (Selectable setting: FLAT/ROCK/POP/VOCAL default: does not emphasize any part. (default) FLAT) (ROCK) speedy and heavy sound: exaggerates bass and treble.
  • Page 14: Radio

    Radio [DISP] (Display) (FM stereo) indicator Caution switches the information lights while receiving an FM on the display. on t stereo signal. To ensure safety, never at- [SRC] tempt to preset stations while selects a source. you are driving. [BAND] selects a band in the radio source.
  • Page 15: Manual Preset Memory

    Note: Further and updated information about the Manual preset memory National Weather Radio station listing, please visit Use manual or seek tuning to find a the web site: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/nwrbro.htm station. Press and hold one of the preset but- Occasionally the frequency of an existing or planned tons [1] through [6] until the display station must be changed because of unexpected blinks once.
  • Page 16: Usb (Mp3/Wma)

    USB (MP3/WMA) Notes for USB device Operation Flow ¡ This unit plays back MP3/WMA files stored on a Press [SRC] to select the USB mode. USB memory. ¡ Back up any important data beforehand. We can- Open the USB connector cover. not accept responsibility for any lost data.
  • Page 17: Display Change

    (Repeat)/ [DISP] (Display) indicator (Random)/ switches the information on lights when a USB (Folder) the display. device is loaded. indicator [SRC] selects a source. [BAND] (h/ 5 ) (Pause/Play) toggles between pause and play with the USB source. [4] (SCAN)/[5] (REPEAT)/[6] USB (Universal (RANDOM) Serial Bus) Con-...
  • Page 18: Random, Scan, Repeat Play

    USB (MP3/WMA) (continued) Press [4] (SCAN) again to turn off scan Random, Scan, Repeat Play play. Random Play Setting Press [6] (RANDOM) to select the random play setting. Scan off Return to regular play. Random play Repeat Play Setting All the available songs (files) are played in a random Press [5] (REPEAT) to select the repeat sequence.
  • Page 19: For Use With Ipod

    For use with iPod By connecting compatible with iPod devices to USB connector via a USB extension cable for iPod (USB 2.0, not included), you can enjoy music files stored on the compatible with iPod devices in your vehicle. Note: Refer to the section on “USB (MP3/WMA)” for connection.  ...
  • Page 20: Display Change

    For use with iPod (continued) [DISP] (Display) (Repeat)/ switches the information (Random) indicator on the display. [3] (SCROLL) USB (Universal scrolls the information on the display. Serial Bus) Con- [4](SCAN/iPod) nector (inside of toggles iPod control mode between head unit and iPod. the cover) [5] (REPEAT)/ [6] (RANDOM) toggles on/off each play mode.
  • Page 21: Repeat, Shuffle Play

    Notes: Repeat, Shuffle Play ¡ The Album shuffle play function is only available when the unit is switch to iPod control mode or Repeat Play Setting controlled directly by iPod devices. Album shuffle function is available depending on the connected Press [5] (REPEAT) to select the repeat iPod/iPhone equipped with album shuffle function.
  • Page 22: Bluetooth - General

    ® Bluetooth - General (Bluetooth ® ) indicator lights when a Bluetooth ® device is connected, and blinks during a call. [DISP] (Display) switches the informa- (Signal) indicator tion on the display. lights when a cellular phone is paired and connected, one is paired and connected, indicates the intensity of cellular phone’s signal wave.
  • Page 23: Setting Of Pin (Personal Identity Number)

    Notes: ¡ Even when the Bluetooth ® device that is con- ¡ We shall not guarantee all the functions of the nected to this unit is located near this unit, Bluetooth ® device to be connected. When opera- sound may be interrupted or noise may be tions cannot be performed via this unit, operate generated.
  • Page 24: Bluetooth ® - Hands-Free Phone

    ® Bluetooth - Hands-Free Phone [BAND] switches between the s between the private mode and hands- mode and hands- free mode. [PHONE] picks up the phone, makes a call, or rejects the call. [VOL] switch the record (PUSH SEL :Select) activates the voice dial.
  • Page 25: Use Of Receiving/Calling Records Or Telephone Directory (Phonebook)

    Note: To have a mobile phone conversation with use of this unit, the mobile phone shall be compatible with the Hands-Free Profile. Use of receiving/calling records or telephone directory (phonebook) Press [BAND] at the standby state. Push [SEL] (Select). The display changes as follows: Receiving record with no responding The record of receiving calls (up to 5 records) that have not been taken is displayed.
  • Page 26: Bluetooth ® - Music Player

    ® Bluetooth - Music Player Note: The Bluetooth ® audio devices that can be played with this unit must be compatible with A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) or AVRCP (Audio/ Video Remote Control Profile). [BAND] (h/ 5 ) (Pause/Play) toggles between pause and play with the player source.
  • Page 27: Notes On Bluetooth

    ® Notes on Bluetooth Frequency band used Application limitations ¡ To use this product for listening to music or for a This product uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band, but other wireless devices may also use the same Hands-Free call, the Bluetooth ®...
  • Page 28: Alarm Setting

    Alarm Setting [ALM] selects items in the items in the alarm time setting. ime setting. [s]/[d] sets the hour and minute Alarm time setting Push [ALM] to complete. The 12-hour system is used for example. Hold down [ALM] (Alarm) for more than 2 seconds.
  • Page 29: Turning On/Off The Alarm

    Turning ON/OFF the alarm Hold down [ALM] for more than 2 sec- onds. (Alarm time display) Push [ALM]. (Alarm ON/OFF setting) Turn [VOL] (Volume) clockwise or counterclockwise to select alarm ON or OFF, then push [ALM] again to confirm the setting. (Select alarm ON, lights.) Notes:...
  • Page 30: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you suspect something wrong Warning Check and take steps as described below. If the described suggestions do not solve the prob- ¡ Do not use the unit in an irregular condition, for lem, it is recommended to take the unit to your example, without sound, or with smoke or a foul dealership.
  • Page 31: Radio

    The speaker wiring is confused between right and left. The speaker channels are reversed between Perform the speaker wiring in accordance with the wiring right and left. diagram. The plus and minus terminals at right and left channels of speak- The sound field is not clear in ers are connected reversely.
  • Page 32: Bluetooth

    Troubleshooting (continued) Bluetooth ® Devices incompatible with HFP (Hands-Free Profile) cannot be used. Use devices compatible with HFP (Hands-Free Profile). The mobile phone is not registered on this product. Connecting and calling with an unregistered mobile phone is not possible. Register the mobile phone on this product. The mobile phone is not connected.
  • Page 33: Product Servicing

    ® Bluetooth The main unit is not in the Bluetooth ® music mode. Check and switch to the Bluetooth ® music mode. ® The Bluetooth audio is not output from mobile phone or Blue- tooth ® audio device. Switch OFF and ON with mobile phone or Bluetooth ®...
  • Page 34: Error Display Messages

    Error Display Messages USB (MP3/WMA) A USB device is not connected or the connected device cannot be recognized. Use a USB memory that is suitable for this unit. No playable files exist. An unsupported USB device is connected. Use a USB memory that is suitable for this unit.
  • Page 35: For Use With Ipod

    For use with iPod The iPod is not recognized correctly. Some time could be taken for the iPod to be recognized. Check the connection. Reset the iPod, and then connect it again. Your iPod has no playable music. Download playable music to your iPod. The song has no title.
  • Page 36: Notes On Mp3/Wma

    Notes on MP3/WMA MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3) is a format for compressed audio file. These formats allow users to save all the files contained in approximately 10 pieces of existing CDs on one piece of CD-R/RW. Note: Each of encoding software is not included with this unit. *MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
  • Page 37: Recording Mp3/Wma Files On A Usb-Device

    Recording MP3/WMA Files on a USB-Device Compressed audio file writing Folder selection order/file play- ¡ If compressed audio files formatted with two or back order more types are saved on the same USB-device, each format shall have a different folder. ¡...
  • Page 38: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning this unit Your product is designed and manufactured to To remove stubborn stains ensure a minimum of maintenance. Use a dry soft q Moisten the soft cloth in dish- cloth for routine exterior cleaning. Never use benzine, washing soap diluted with water thinner or other solvents.
  • Page 39: Specifications

    Specifications General FM Stereo Radio Power Supply: 12 V DC (11 V – 16 Frequency Range: 87.9 MHz – 107.9 MHz 12 dBf (1.1 μV/ 75 Ω, V), test Voltage 14.4 V, Usable Sensitivity: Negative @ ground S/N 30 dB) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 17 dBf (1.8 μV/ 75 Ω) Current consumption: Less than 2.5 A...
  • Page 40: Specification From The Terminal End (Rear Connector Of This Unit)

    Specification from the Terminal End (Rear Connector of This Unit) Specification from the terminal end Cavity Pin # Function (Rear connector of this unit) J1939 CAN-H* J1939 CAN-L* Park Lights ACC (Ignition) Amp Control Cavity C 15 18 Dimmer PWM Battery Cavity B Power Ground...
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