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Panasonic Strada CN-NVD905U Operating Instructions Manual

Dual din in-dash hdd mobile navigation system with 7" widescreen color lcd monitor/dvd receiver.
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Dual DIN in-dash HDD Mobile Navigation System with 7 Widescreen Color
LCD Monitor/DVD Receiver
Système de navigation embarqué à disque dur de format 2-DIN
avec récepteur DVD/moniteur couleur ACL grand écran de 7 po
Sistema de navegación portátil de doble DIN para tablero de mandos, con
disco duro y monitor LCD panorámico de 7 en color y receptor con DVD
Please read these instructions (including "Limited Warranty" and "Customer
services directory") carefully before using this product and keep this manual for
future reference.
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« Répertoire des services à la clientèle ") avant d'utiliser ce produit et conserver ce
manuel d'instructions pour s'y référer ultérieurement.
Lea con atención estas instrucciones antes de utilizar el producto y guarde este
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CN-NVD905U
Operating Instructions
Manuel d'instructions

Manual de Instrucciones

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  • Page 1: Manual De Instrucciones

    Dual DIN in-dash HDD Mobile Navigation System with 7 Widescreen Color LCD Monitor/DVD Receiver Système de navigation embarqué à disque dur de format 2-DIN avec récepteur DVD/moniteur couleur ACL grand écran de 7 po Sistema de navegación portátil de doble DIN para tablero de mandos, con disco duro y monitor LCD panorámico de 7...

  • Page 2: Safety Information

    Observe the following warnings when using instructions about how to use the system in a this unit. safe and effective manner. Panasonic assumes no  The driver should neither watch the display nor responsibility for any problems resulting from failure operate the system while driving.

  • Page 3

     If your car is equipped with air bag and/or Observe the following warnings when anti-theft systems, specifi c procedures may be installing. required for connection and disconnection of the  Disconnect the lead from the negative (–) battery battery to install this product. terminal before installation.

  • Page 4

    For maximum safety, have it installed by caught in the unit. your dealer. Panasonic is not liable for any problems To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fi ngers resulting from your own installation of the unit.

  • Page 5: Installation Instructions

    CAUTION:  Do not connect more than one speaker to one  PLEASE FOLLOW THE LAWS AND REGULATIONS set of speaker leads. (except for connecting to a OF YOUR STATE, PROVINCE OR COUNTRY FOR tweeter) INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT.  TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS I LASER PRODUCT.

  • Page 6: Notes On Use

    (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2)  Panasonic shall not be liable for any incidental losses this device must accept any interference, including resulting from the use of this product, or from inability interference that may cause undesired operation of to use this product (loss of business profi...

  • Page 7: Discs That Can Be Played Back

    Discs that can be played back Disc type Symbols used on jackets (Examples of such symbols include) Disc CD-R/RW : Number of subtitle languages  Mark/Logo : Number of audio tracks  Disc Size 12 cm {5} : Number of angles ...

  • Page 8: Customer Services Directory

    Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and Purchase Parts, Accessories and Instruction Books online for preferably in the original carton. all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at: Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of http://www.pasc.panasonic.com original purchase.

  • Page 9: Limited Warranty

    Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in CARRY-IN OR MAIL-IN SERVICE materials and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect for a For Carry-In or Mail-In Service in the United States, call 1-800-211-PANA period as stated below from the date of original purchase.

  • Page 10: About The Data Of The Map

     No Warranty. This Data is provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use it at your own risk. Panasonic and its licensors (and their licensors and suppliers) make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy, completeness, effectiveness, reliability, fi...

  • Page 11

    BREACH OF THESE TERMS OR CONDITIONS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT OR TORT OR BASED ON A WARRANTY, EVEN IF Panasonic OR ITS LICENSORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Some States, Territories and Countries do not allow certain liability exclusions or damages limitations, so to that extent the above may not apply to you.

  • Page 12: Features

    Features Panasonic welcomes you to our constantly growing family of electronic products owners. We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully selected components, and assembled by people who are proud of the reputation their work has built for our company. We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyments, and after you discover the quality, value and reliability we have built into it, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.

  • Page 13: Information Menu

    Easy to use Information menu High usability and easy understand GUI Navigation menu Setup menu Destination menu AV features Various AV sources Various AV sources Connectable Optional devices Connectable Optional devices iPod Rear Rear Over-Head monitor   iPod iPod ®...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Contents Coordinates search ..........48 Safety information ..........2 Phone number search ..........49 Notes on use ............6 Return Home ............49 Discs that can be played back ......7 Display POI icons ............50 Customer services directory ......8 Search for nearby POI icons ........51 Limited warranty ............9 Edit the route ............52...

  • Page 15: Components

    Display the top menu ..........79 Display the title menu ..........79 Top menu and title menu operations .......80 English CD operation screen ..........81 MP3/WMA operation screen ........81 Français Select track/fi le ............81 Folder selection ............81 Español Fast forward/Fast reverse ........81 Select a folder from the list ........82 Select a fi...

  • Page 16: Names Of Controls And Functions

    Names of controls and functions (Volume) (Tune/Track)  Adjusts audiovisual volume.  Selects a station. ( page 71) ( page 20)  Skips a track/chapter. ( page 77, 81)  Fast forward/Fast reverse (Open) ( page 77, 81)  Displays/hides the Open/Tilt/ Remote control sensor Eject screen.

  • Page 17

    Panel open SD Memory card slot  Only used for map data and software updates. It cannot be used for playing back audio format such as SD audio. CD/DVD slot  Displays the Information menu. GPS Info: ( page 23) Install.

  • Page 18: Turn On The Power

    (car battery). Enter the 4-digit ID code. Note:  In case you forget the ID code, please consult your nearest Panasonic Servicenter. Read the precautions on the WARNING screen, then touch [I agree]. ...

  • Page 19: Select A Language

    Select a language First, select the language to use on this system. The available languages are English, French and Spanish. Touch [Language] on the WARNING screen. Touch the language to use. [Eng.]: English (Default) [Fr.]: French [Es.]: Spanish  The system restarts if the language is changed. Note: ...

  • Page 20: Adjust The Volume

    Adjust the volume Adjust navigation volume Select [Setup] from the Navigation menu. ( page 16) Select [Guide Speaker]. Select a setting [1] – [7] to adjust Adjusts the volume Checks the volume. for voice guidance. volume.  Select [Off] to cancel voice guidance. Note: ...

  • Page 21: Operate The Monitor

    Operate the monitor Adjust the monitor angle ( TILT) Adjust the angle to give easy visibility at the position mounted. Press  The Open/Tilt/Eject screen is displayed. Touch [Tilt] to adjust the angle.  Each touch switches the angle as shown below. ...

  • Page 22: Check Mounting And Wiring

    Check mounting and wiring Installation confi rmation  The items you can check Check the state of mounting and wiring.  Refer to the Installation Instructions for details. GPS Antenna If the antenna is connected normally, 1 Press this indicates “ON”. Lighting If the vehicle side lights are switched Switch...

  • Page 23: Installation Setting

    Installation setting GPS information Set the state of mounting and wiring. Check GPS information reception.  Refer to the Installation Instructions for details. 1 Select [GPS Info] from the 1 Select [Install. Setting] from the Information menu. Information menu.  The GPS Info screen is displayed.

  • Page 24: Id Code Setting

    ID CODE setting  To change the ID code Prior to operating this unit, it is advisable to assign a 4-digit ID code for security. Once the ID code has been 1 Enter the current ID code on the ID set, the unit cannot be operated if the main power supply is disconnected then re-connected.

  • Page 25: Language

    The ID code setting cannot be eliminated even by the memory clear function.  The inputted code is not displayed for your security.  If you forget the ID code... If you forget the ID code, please consult your nearest Panasonic Servicenter.

  • Page 26: Clock Display

    Clock display Check map data The current version of the map data can be checked. 1 Select [Setup] from the Navigation menu. 2 Select [Map Data]. Clock display The clock is adjusted automatically, using a signal from GPS satellites. (The clock cannot be adjusted manually.) Note: ...

  • Page 27

    Navigation Operations  Map operations  Create a route to the destination  Search for a destination  Edit the route  Check the route  During route guidance  Register a location Contact  Area to avoid ...

  • Page 28: Map Operations

    Map operations Current position screen (displays the vehicle position) Press to display the current position (vehicle position) screen. 3D landmark Displays specifi c POIs as 3D landmarks. Scale: 150 ft – 0.5 mile (50 m – 500 m*) * This is the scale when “km” is set as the distance setting (...

  • Page 29: Map Mode Screen

    Map mode screen When the map is scrolled ( page 32), the display switches to the Map mode screen. Unless stated otherwise, the touch keys function in the same way as on the current position screen. Cursor Displays the center of the map. The distance from the center of the map to the vehicle position.

  • Page 30: Switch The Map

    Map operations (continued) Switch the map Touch Select the map from the icons.  Refer below for the meanings of the icons.  One-screen display is used when is selected. Note:  are displayed during route guidance when there is map data that can be displayed. Two-screen display The screen is split in two for map display.

  • Page 31: Operation Of Two-screen Display

    Operation of two-screen display Operation of the left screen The screen can be operated in the same way as a one-screen display. Operation of the right screen Touch the right screen.  The right screen becomes the screen that can be operated.

  • Page 32: Move The Map (scroll)

    Map operations (continued) Move the map ( scroll) Touch the screen.  The point touched becomes the center of the screen and the cursor “ ” is displayed. (Map mode screen) Touch and hold in the direction to scroll.  Scrolling continues while the screen is touched.

  • Page 33: Switch The Scale

    Switch the scale : Zooms out. : Zooms in.  Touch and hold to switch the scale as if zooming in or out.  The scale range is from 150 ft (50 m*) to 300 miles (500 km*). * This is the distance when “km” is set as the distance setting (...

  • Page 34: Customize The Destination Menu

    Map operations (continued) Customize the Destination menu Three items displayed in the Destination menu can be changed. It is convenient to set frequently used items on the Destination menu. Touch [Setup] from the Navigation menu. Touch [Custom Dest. Menu]. Touch three items to select them for inclusion in the Destination menu.

  • Page 35: Clear Or Display Route Trace

    Clear or display route trace  Route trace The route the vehicle has driven along is marked for up to approximately 125 miles (200 km*). When the distance driven exceeds 125 miles (200 km*), the route trace is deleted, starting from the earliest recorded. ...

  • Page 36: Create A Route To The Destination

    Create a route to the destination Search for the destination on the Navigation menu. Use the search function to search for the destination. Navigation menu  The List screen : Moves the cursor to the previous/next screen. : Moves the cursor to the previous/next item. Touch [Destination].

  • Page 37

    Touch [Enter] when the map Touch [Start] when the All displaying the destination route screen is displayed. appears. Route guidance begins. A search is made for the route from the vehicle position to the destination.  The destination (set location) is marked with Destination setting screen All route screen ...

  • Page 38: Select The Route From 3 Routes

    Create a route to the destination (continued) Select the route from 3 routes Change the route Select your favored route from among the 3 routes The conditions used for the search can be changed. based on different search conditions. Select [Route] on the All route 1 Select [3 routes] from the All route screen.

  • Page 39: Change Time Display

    Change time display Suspend route guidance Switches the display of time to destination between If guidance for the set route is not required, route estimated arrival time and remaining time. guidance can be suspended. This is a convenient function for driving on smaller roads or in well-known Select areas.

  • Page 40: Search For A Destination

    Search for a destination Address search  To search by street Search for the destination address from the street name. 1 Select [Address] from the Destination Select [List]. menu (All). ı  Select the street from the list.  The Address search screen is displayed. ı...

  • Page 41

     To search by city 4 Select the address range from the list. Select [Input city name]. ı   To search for a city from previous city 5 Enter the house number and select searches [OK]. Select the city from the list (up to 5). ...

  • Page 42: Poi (point Of Interest) Search

    Search for a destination (continued) POI (Point of interest) search  To search by category Use a POI name to search for a destination. 1 Select [POI] from the Destination Select a main category. menu (All). ı   Select [List all categories] to display the ...

  • Page 43

     To search by city 5 Select the POI from the list. Select [Input city name]. ı   The map is displayed.  If there are multiple facilities of the same name  To search for a city from previous city in the same category, such as branches of a supermarket chain, the number of applicable searches...

  • Page 44: Nearest Poi Search

    Search for a destination (continued) Nearest POI search Search for POIs in the area around the current position, 5 Select a sub-category and select the destination and the last map displayed. [OK]. 1 Select [Nearest POI] from the Destination menu (All). ...

  • Page 45: Select A Poi

     ]. 8 Select [Enter]. 3 Select [Add to  The All route screen is displayed after the search is complete. 9 Select [Start].  Route guidance starts. Note: Select [New  ] to delete all currently set   If multiple telephone numbers are registered under the destinations and set as new destinations.

  • Page 46: Emergency Search

    Search for a destination (continued) Emergency search The search fi nds hospitals/police stations/service & maintenance within a radius of 100 miles (160 km*). * This is the range when “km” is set as the distance setting ( page 84).  When stopped ...

  • Page 47: Address Book Search

    Address Book search Previous search Search for a destination from among registered Automatically store set destinations and search for Contacts. destinations from that history. (Up to 20 destinations)  You must register locations to use this feature. 1 Select [Previous] from the (...

  • Page 48: Map Search

    Search for a destination (continued) Map search Coordinates search Search for a destination from the map. Use coordinates to search for a destination. 1 Select [Map] from the Destination 1 Select [Coordinates] from the menu (All). Destination menu (All).  The previously displayed map is displayed.

  • Page 49: Phone Number Search

    Phone number search Return Home Use a telephone number to search for a destination. Once the home location is registered, it is simple to fi nd a route home from the current position. 1 Select [Phone No.] from the  You must register the home location to use this Destination menu (All).

  • Page 50: Display Poi Icons

    Search for a destination (continued) Display POI icons POI icons for frequently used POIs (Gas stations, 5 Select POI icons displayed from the restaurants, etc.) can be displayed on the map. Detailed list and select [OK]. information can also be shown for the displayed POI icons.

  • Page 51: Search For Nearby Poi Icons

    Search for nearby POI icons This search covers POIs within a radius of 20 miles  ]. 5 Select [Enter (32 km*) from the current position, or from the center of the cursor. * This is the range when “km” is set as the distance setting (...

  • Page 52: Edit The Route

    Edit the route Add a destination After the destination has been set, it is still possible to 6 Select [Add] for the section to add. set other destinations (up to 5). If 5 destinations have already been set, delete one before adding another. ...

  • Page 53

     Add on the Map mode screen  Add from the Destination menu 1 Move the cursor to the intended 1 Search for the destination to add destination and select [Enter  ]. from the Destination menu (All).  Refer to pages 40 – 49 for the search method. ...

  • Page 54: Change The Order Of Destinations

    Edit the route (continued) Change the order of destinations 4 Select [Start]. 1 Select [Change order] on the Change Route screen.  Route guidance starts.  The Reorder destinations screen is displayed. Note:  This function can only be used when multiple 2 Select the destination names in destinations have been set.

  • Page 55: Delete A Destination

    Delete a destination  Select a destination and delete it  Delete the next destination that the route passes through with 1 Select [Delete] on the Change Route one touch screen. Select [Delete next  ] on the Re-route search screen. ...

  • Page 56: Search Again For The Route

    Edit the route (continued) Search again for the route The search looks for nearby detour routes During route guidance, the route search can be repeated when the current position screen is displayed. The It can search for a route that detours around the route search conditions used for the route currently followed ahead of the vehicle.

  • Page 57: Set Search Conditions For Each Section Of The Route

    Set search conditions for each section of the route Search conditions ([Quick1]/[Quick2]/[Short]) can be set 5 Select [OK]. for each section. 1 Select [Route] on the current position screen.  The All route screen is displayed after the search is complete. 6 Select [Start].

  • Page 58: Select The Road To Use

    Edit the route (continued) Select the road to use Routes can be set that consider roads the driver wants 5 Select [OK]. to use and does not want to use. 1 Select [Route] on the current position screen.  The All route screen is displayed after the search is complete.

  • Page 59: Check The Route

    Check the route Use the demo to check the route Route scrolling Runs the route demo. The map screen can be scrolled along the route. Touch and hold [Start] on the All 1 Select [Map view] on the map route screen until there is a short screen.

  • Page 60: During Route Guidance

    During route guidance Display the All route screen manually The All route screen, displaying the route from starting Note: point to destination, can be displayed manually.  The following operations are not available from the manually displayed All route screen. 1 Select [Map view] on the map [3 routes] display ...

  • Page 61: Voice Guidance On Ordinary Roads

    Voice guidance on ordinary roads Voice guidance on freeways  Voice guidance on main In half of a mile routes (800 m*), right turn. In 2 miles (3 km*), keep right onto XX. Next right, and then, left turn. Non residential area Keep right onto XX.

  • Page 62: Register A Location

    Register a location (Contact) Register a Contact  To register from the Navigation (Up to 106 locations, including home)  To register the current position menu Select [Mark] on the current position 1 Select [Address Book] from the screen. Setup menu. ...

  • Page 63: Display The Edit Contacts Screen

    Display the Edit Contacts screen  Display from the map screen 1 Select [Address Book] from the Setup menu. 1 Move the cursor to the Contact.  The Address Book screen is displayed.  The Contact name is displayed on the top of screen.

  • Page 64: Edit The Contact Information

    Register a location (Contact) (continued) Edit the Contact information  Set a Contact for home Preparation  Select the Contact and display the Edit Contacts Only one Contact can be set as home. screen. ( page 63) Select [Set Home] on the Edit ...

  • Page 65: Delete A Contact

    Delete a Contact  Change the position of a Contact Once a Contact is deleted, it cannot be restored. Check thoroughly before deleting. 1 Select [Location] on the Edit 1 Select [Address Book] from the Contacts screen. Setup menu.  The Address Book screen is displayed.

  • Page 66: Register An Area To Avoid

    Register a location (Area to avoid) (continued) Register an Area to avoid Points and areas to detour around on the route to the 5 Select to change the destination can be registered. When an Area to avoid is size of the Area to avoid. registered, route searches will look for routes that avoid that point or area.

  • Page 67: Delete An Area To Avoid

    Delete an Area to avoid Display the Edit area to avoid screen Once an area is deleted, it cannot be restored. Check thoroughly before deleting. 1 Select [Address Book] from the 1 Select [Address Book] from the Setup menu. Setup menu. ...

  • Page 68: Edit Area To Avoid Information

    Register a location (Area to avoid) (continued) Edit Area to avoid information  Change the size of the Area to Preparation  Select the Area to avoid and display the Edit area to avoid avoid screen. ( page 67)  Set the name of the Area to avoid 1 Select [Change area size] on the Edit area to avoid screen.

  • Page 69

    Audiovisual Operations  Radio  Play a disc (DVD/Audio CD/MP3/WMA) Refer to the System Upgrade Guidebook for information on SIRIUS, XM, iPod and TV. Video from the DVD/Line-in is not displayed while the vehicle is in motion. Stop in a safe place and engage the parking brake before watching video. (Even while the vehicle is in motion, video is output to the second monitor (see System Upgrade Guidebook).)

  • Page 70: Basic Audiovisual Operations

    Basic audiovisual operations Switch audiovisual source Turn the audiovisual source off Select [Audio Off] on the Audiovisual 1 Press source operation screen.  The Audiovisual source operation screen is displayed.  The audio and video stop. 2 Select an audiovisual source. ...

  • Page 71: Radio

    Radio Switch to radio (AM or FM) AM operation screen Auto preset mode indicator Frequency Select [AM] or [FM] on the Audiovisual source operation screen.  The system switches to the Radio operation screen (AM or FM). Preset stations Auto presetting Tune by selecting a preset number.

  • Page 72: Preset Memory

    Radio (continued) Preset memory Auto preset memory The station being received can be stored manually under Search automatically for receivable stations and store a selected number. (Manual preset) them. (Up to 18 FM and 6 AM stations) Select the frequency, then touch and Touch and hold [Auto.

  • Page 73: Play A Disc

    Play a disc Disc insert (CD/DVD)  The DVD Hint screen 1 Press The DVD Hint screen is displayed when a DVD is inserted. It presents a simple explanation of DVD operation. Check the explanation, then select [OK].  The Open/Tilt/Eject screen is displayed. 2 Select [Disc].

  • Page 74: Switch To Disc (dvd, Cd, Mp3/wma)

    Play a disc (continued) Switch to disc DVD operation screen (DVD, CD, MP3/WMA) When the source is switched to DVD, the DVD operation screen is displayed automatically. Select [DISC] (DVD, CD, MP3/WMA)  To display the DVD operation screen manually, press on the Audiovisual source operation while DVD is the source.

  • Page 75: Dvd Menu

    DVD menu Touching the screen during DVD playback displays Short menu 1. Select [NEXT PAGE] and [PREV PAGE] to switch between screens.  Short menu 2 [MOVE BUTTONS]: Switches touch key display positions. ( page 80) This menu can be used for DVD menu operations, etc. [<<Off]: Temporarily hides the touch keys.

  • Page 76: Stop

    Play a disc (continued) Stop Pause Select [] from Short menu 1. Select [] from Short menu 1.  Resume playback  Resume playback Select [] from Short menu 1. Select [] from Short menu 1.   Playback starts from where it stopped. Playback resumes from where it stopped.

  • Page 77: Select Chapter/title

    Select chapter/title Fast forward/Fast reverse  Chapter selection Press and hold Press  Fast forward or fast reverse continues while the button is pressed.  Press to play from the next chapter. Press and hold to fast forward.  Press to play the currently playing chapter Press and hold to fast reverse.

  • Page 78: Switch The Audio Language

    Play a disc (continued) Switch the audio language Switch the subtitle language If the disc contains multiple audio languages, the audio If the disc contains multiple subtitle languages, the language can be switched. subtitle language can be switched. 1 Select [Audio] from Short menu 3. 1 Select [SUB-TITLES] from Short menu 3.

  • Page 79: Switch The Angle

    Switch the angle Display the top menu If the disc contains multiple angles, the angle can be The top menu varies between discs. Refer to the disc switched. instructions for details. 1 Select [Angle] from Short menu 3. Select [TOP MENU] from Short menu 1. ...

  • Page 80: Top Menu And Title Menu Operations

    Play a disc (continued) Top menu and title menu operations  Use direct touch to select  Use the cursor keys to select Menu items can be selected by touching them directly The cursor keys can be used to select menu items. (the direct touch function).

  • Page 81: Cd Operation Screen

    CD/MP3/WMA CD operation screen Select track/fi le Disc name* Track name* Press  Press to play from the next track/fi le.  Press to play the currently playing track/ fi le from the beginning. Press twice or more to play the preceding track/fi le. Repeat play Random play Folder selection...

  • Page 82: Select A Folder From The List

    Play a disc CD/MP3/WMA (continued) Select a folder from the list Scan play Select [SCAN]. 1 Select [FOLDER LIST]. : Scans all tracks. : Files in the folder currently being played are  The Folder list screen is displayed. scanned. ...

  • Page 83: Random Play

    CD/MP3/WMA Random play Repeat play Select [RAND]. Select [RPT].  The track/fi le being played is played repeatedly. : All tracks are played in random order.  Select [RPT] again to cancel the repetition. : Files in the folder currently being played are played in random order.

  • Page 84: Change Navigation Settings

    Change navigation settings Basic navigation Items settings Distance Set the units for distances and scales displayed on the screen or used in 1 Select [Setup] from the voice guidance. default: [miles] Navigation menu. Estimated travel time Select [Change speed]. Changes the average vehicle speed that is the basis for estimated arrival time.

  • Page 85

    Settings  [km] ..Sets kilometer for distance displays.  [miles] ... Sets mile for distance displays.  Adjustment range <5 mph (5 km/h) steps> Select Urban road: 5 mph – 25 mph (5 km/h – 40 km/h) [OK]. Country road: 5 mph –...

  • Page 86

    Change navigation settings (continued) Basic navigation Items settings (continued) Delete previous point Select [Delete]. The record of previously set destinations 1 Select [Setup] from the ( page 47) can be deleted. Navigation menu. Current position Select [Adjust]. Incorrect vehicle display position and direction on the map can be corrected.

  • Page 87

    Settings Select the previous point to delete from the list. Select  Select [Del.all] to delete all previous points. [Yes]. Move the cursor to the position to set as Select Select [ ] or [ ] to adjust the orientation of the vehicle. the vehicle position, then select [Enter].

  • Page 88: Change Audio And Video Settings

    Change audio and video settings Surround effects Surround effects [SRS CS Auto] Select [On]. 1 Select [Sound] on any Source operation  What is SRS CS Auto? screen. SRS CS Auto is a surround system tailored for use in a vehicle, using a Circle Surround decoder.

  • Page 89

    Settings [ Focus]  Adjustment range: Front: 0 – 5 – 10 Adjusts so that the sound seems to be coming from ear height. Rear: 0 – 5 – 10 Actual height at which sound is generated from the speakers default: 5 [ TruBass] ...

  • Page 90

    Change audio and video settings (continued) Surround effects Surround effects (continued) [Balance Fader] Adjusts output levels for left/right (Balance) and front/rear (Fader). 1 Select [Sound] on default: 0 any Source operation [Speaker Setting] [ Speaker Level] screen. Adjusts the output level for each speaker. Adjusts the output level for each speaker.

  • Page 91

    Settings Adjust the Balance/Fader.  Adjustment range: Balance ([Left]/[Right]): 7 (Left) – 0 – 7 (Right) Fader ([Front]/[Rear]): 7 (Front) – 0 – 7 (Rear) Adjust the output level for each speaker.  Adjustment range: –12 dB – 0 dB – 12 dB ...

  • Page 92: Screen Adjustment

    Change audio and video settings (continued) Screen adjustment Items CONTRAST [+]: Makes clearly defi ned contrast  Adjust image quality between black and white [–]: Reduces the contrast between black 1 Select [Display] from and white the Setup menu. [+]: Brighter BRIGHTNESS Or, when the screen is [–]: Darker...

  • Page 93

    Settings  Adjust contrast. Select [OK]. Adjustment range: 1 – 6 – 11 default: 6  Adjust brightness. Select [OK]. Adjustment range: 1 – 6 – 11 default: 11  Adjust color. Select [OK]. Adjustment range: 1 (Red) – 6 – 11 (Green) default: 6 ...

  • Page 94: Dvd Setup Menu

    Change audio and video settings (continued) DVD Setup menu Items [ Audio Language] 1 Select [SETUP] on Short Sets the audio language. menu 3. default: English [ Subtitle Language] Sets the subtitle language. default: English [ DVD Language] Sets the menu language displayed. 2 Select the item to set.

  • Page 95

    Settings  [English]  [French]  [Spanish]  [German]  [Italian]  [Dutch]  [Japanese]  [Others] Select [Others].   To set a language other Select [ ] to delete one character. than those listed, select [Others] and enter the language code.

  • Page 96: Language Code List

    Language code list For “Others” (page 95) Input the 4-digit language code, pressing the buttons [0] to [9]. Select [Enter] to fi nalize. Note:  Setting is fi nished and the display returns to the main menu.  For retrying selection during number entry, select [Clear]. Code Language Name Code...

  • Page 97: How To Enter Text

    How to enter text  Enter accented characters The text entry method explained here is used to enter or change names for address search, city names, Contacts, Select [À-Ý]. areas to avoid and other text. 1 Enter the text.  Select [] to enter lower case characters.

  • Page 98: Troubleshooting

    If the product needs to checking and repair to professionals. be repaired, consult your dealer or an authorized Panasonic shall not be liable for any accidents arising Panasonic Servicenter. out of neglect of checking the unit or your own repair after your checking.

  • Page 99

    Common  Problem Possible cause Possible solution  The screen is switched off. Nothing is displayed  Press , or on the monitor.  The power cord is not connected properly.  Navigation images are Check the connection.  The fuse in the power cord or power connector has blown. not displayed.

  • Page 100

    Troubleshooting (continued) Car navigation  Problem Possible cause Possible solution The vehicle position is  The display is on Map mode screen.  not displayed. Press  The vehicle position changed while ACC was off. Movement of the vehicle by ferry or car train, rotation by parking lot turntable, towing, etc.

  • Page 101

    Car navigation  Problem Possible cause Possible solution  A route is created if it is not possible to reach the destination without taking a road other than the one specifi ed. A route is created on  Depending on the current position and destination, a route may be created on roads other than the roads other than those intended for use.

  • Page 102

    Troubleshooting (continued) CD, MP3/WMA, DVD  Problem Possible cause Possible solution  Common  The disc is inserted upside down.  Insert the disc correctly. No playback or disc  There is a fl aw or foreign object on the disc. ...

  • Page 103: Display Settings

    CD, MP3/WMA, DVD  Problem Possible cause Possible solution The audio/subtitle  If audio or subtitles in that language are not recorded on the disc, the audio or language selected in subtitles do not switch to that language. (Some discs permit switching through a the DVD settings is not menu screen.

  • Page 104: Sound Settings

    Troubleshooting (continued) Sound settings  Problem Possible cause Possible solution No sound from left,  Cables are not correctly connected. right, front, or rear  Connect the cables correctly. speaker. Left and right sounds  The speaker leads are connected in reverse between right and left. ...

  • Page 105: Product Servicing

    Use fuses of the same specifi ed rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher rating, or connecting the product directly without a fuse, could cause fi re or damage to this unit. If the replacement of the fuse fails, contact your nearest Panasonic Servicenter for service. Reset the system ...

  • Page 106: Maintenance

    Maintenance Caution on cleaning The pickup lens Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure Depending on the usage environment (temperature, a minimum of maintenance. Use a dry soft cloth for humidity, etc.), the pickup lens may become dirty in the routine exterior cleaning.

  • Page 107: Notes On Discs

    Notes on discs DVD/Audio CD/CD-R/CD-RW Disc insert The surfaces of new discs tend to be slippery. Therefore, How to hold the disc when using such a disc for the fi rst time, it may not load  Do not touch the underside of the disc. satisfactorily even when it has been inserted into the ...

  • Page 108: Notes On Mp3/wma

    Notes on MP3/ WMA What is MP3/WMA? Display information MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3) and WMA (Windows Displayed items Media™Audio) are the compression formats of digital  CD-TEXT  MP3 (ID3 tag) audio. The former is developed by MPEG (Motion Picture Disc title Album name Experts Group), and the latter is developed by Microsoft...

  • Page 109

    Recording MP3/WMA fi les on a CD-media  You are recommended to minimize the chances of  The fi le extension “.mp3” or “.wma” should be making a disc that contains both CD-DA fi les and assigned to each fi le depending on the fi le format. MP3/WMA fi...

  • Page 110: What Is A Navigation System

    What is a navigation system? A navigation system marks a route to a destination or Vehicle positioning precision destinations on a map, guiding the user along the route to the destination. The vehicle mark position may not be displayed correctly due to the driving environment and the Vehicle positioning system GPS satellite status.

  • Page 111: Route Searching

    Route searching Route guidance The following situations do not indicate a The following situations do not indicate a malfunction: malfunction:  Some roads may be impassable, such as roads closed  Guidance may not be displayed even though a turn is in winter or temporarily closed for pedestrian.

  • Page 112: Poi Category List

    POI category list Main- Main- Main- Sub-category Icons Sub-category Icons Sub-category Icons category category category Restaurant All Restaurants Automotive All Automotive Community Community Center Auto Club Court House American Auto Dealership Barbecue/Southern Hospital/Polyclinic Gas Station Bistro Library Open Parking Area Brewpub Police Station Park &...

  • Page 113: Defi Nition Of Terms

    Defi nition of terms Accuracy Level Pan & Scan screen It indicates the precision of distance correction. This refers to a screen on which the playback picture of Accuracy Level 4 has the lowest amount of errors. wide-screen DVD is cut off at the left and right sides. The system’s internal computer automatically makes initial settings to match the distance coeffi...

  • Page 114: Index

    Index Number Display POI icons ......50, 84 3D landmark ........ 28, 84 Distance ..........84 Parental Control Level ......94 3 routes ..........38 DVD ........... 74 Parking Brake ........22 Angle ..........79 Phone number search ......49 ACC Voltage ........

  • Page 115: Specifi Cations

    Specifi cations General Monitor Power supply 12 V DC (11 V – 16 V), test Liquid crystal panel 7 wide voltage 14.4 V, negative 156  82  176 mm Screen dimensions ground (W  H  D)   3 ...

  • Page 116: Id Code

    ID code memo Copy the memo below, fi ll in the ID code, and keep it in a secure location. Note de code d’identifi cation Copier la note ci-dessous, remplir le code d’identifi cation et conserver dans un endroit sûr. Anotación del código de identifi...

  • Page 117

    Memorandum...

  • Page 118

    Panasonic Consumer Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Panasonic Canada Inc. Electronics Company, Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5 5770 Ambler Drive, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Mississauga, Ontario Division of Panasonic Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 L4W 2T3 Corporation of North America http://www.panasonic.com http://www.panasonic.ca...

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