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DVD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION SERVER
AVIC-N1

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    Operation Manual ENGLISH DVD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION SERVER AVIC-N1...

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    The screen shown in the example may differ from the actual screen. The actual screen may be changed without notice for performance and function improvements.

  • Page 3: License Agreement

    The Software and related documentation are pro- AGREEMENT (Refer to page 5). IF YOU DO NOT vided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LICEN- AGREE WITH ALL OF THESE TERMS, PLEASE SOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 and 3,...

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    3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY 4. EXPORT LAW ASSURANCES IN NO EVENT SHALL PIONEER BE LIABLE FOR You agree and certify that neither the Software ANY DAMAGES, CLAIM OR LOSS INCURRED BY nor any other technical data received from Pio- YOU (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COM-...

  • Page 5: Pioneer Avic-n1

    AGREEMENT. THE SOFTWARE INCLUDES A The Software and related documentation are pro- DATABASE LICENSED BY THIRD PARTY SUP- vided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LICEN- PLIER(S) (“SUPPLIERS”), AND YOUR USE OF SOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 and 3,...

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    3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY and regulations of the jurisdiction in which you IN NO EVENT SHALL PIONEER BE LIABLE FOR obtained the Software. ANY DAMAGES, CLAIM OR LOSS INCURRED BY 5. TERMINATION YOU (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COM- This Agreement is effective until terminated. You...

  • Page 7: Terms And Conditions For The Tele Atlas Data

    Terms and Conditions for the DATA WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE DATA WILL BE Tele Atlas Data UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN ADVICE GIVEN BY TELE ATLAS, ITS THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT (THE “AGREE- LICENSORS, SUPPLIERS OR ANY OF THEIR MENT”) BETWEEN YOU, THE END USER, AND RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES CREATES A WAR-...

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    demand, action, cost, expense, or claim of any LICENSORS AND EMPLOYEES CREATES A WARRANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASES HER kind or character, including but not limited to MAJESTY THE QUEEN AND THE MINISTER OF attorney’s fees, arising out of or in connection NATURAL RESOURCES LIABILITY AND YOU with any use or possession by you of the Data.

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    amended, altered, or modified only by Tele Atlas. You may not assign any part of this Agreement without Tele Atlas’ prior written consent. You acknowledge and understand that the Data may be subject to restrictions on exportation and agree to comply with any applicable export laws. In the event that any provision or part of a provi- sion of this Agreement is determined to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, such provision...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Safety Information 12 ry and Address Book 39 Failure to Operate 12 Modifying the Route Calculation Conditions 39 After-sales service for Pioneer products 12 Items that users can change 39 Purchasing Software Update 12 Perform the route calculation of the several...

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    Setting Up the DVD Player 84 DVD setup adjustments 84 Setting the language 84 Chapter 7 Setting assist subtitles on or off 85 Using the AV Source (Pioneer AV Setting angle icon display 85 Setting the aspect ratio 85 Equipments) Setting the parental lock 85...

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    Chapter 9 Copyright 112 Glossary 113 Operating Your Navigation System Display Information 116 with Voice Main menu 116 Basics of Voice Operation 93 Shortcut menu 118 Flow of voice operation 93 Menu in the audio screen 119 Voice Commands 94 AUDIO menu 119 Common commands 94 INITIAL menu 119...

  • Page 13: Important Safety Information

    Update DVDs are available through your local ❒ Never allow others to use the system unless Pioneer dealer. they have read and understood the operating ❒ Never use headphones while driving. instructions.

  • Page 14: Notes Before Using The System And Additional Safety Information

    Failure to Operate Should this product fail to operate properly, con- 1. Register your product. We will keep the details tact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer of your purchase on file to help you refer to this service facility.

  • Page 15: Features (characteristics Of This Software)

    Color difference of the map display About this disc between day and night Only use the Pioneer Map disc with Pioneer DVD Navigation Unit. You cannot use other discs. DVD videos and CDs can be played on AVIC-N1. When using AVIC-N1, refer to the “Hardware Manual”.

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    Auto Reroute Function If you deviate from the set route, the system will re-calculate the route from that point so that you remain on track to the destination. ❒ This function may not work for certain areas. You can set an Original Image as a Background Image Your can store your own pictures on a CD-R in JPEG format and import original images in this...

  • Page 17: Manual Overview

    Chapters 6, 7 and 8 describe how to operate the AV functions. Please read these chapters when you use a disc in the built-in DVD drive or operate the Pioneer audio equipment connected to the navigation unit.

  • Page 18: Terminology

    Customizing the Audio Source Setting Using the audio source, various settings are available to suit your audio-visual taste. This chapter describes how to change the settings. Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Describes navigation operations such as searching the destination and performing audio operations by voice.

  • Page 19: Map Discs For Navigation System

    Map Discs for Navigation Sys- Configuration of data recorded on discs The map for this navigation system is supplied on two discs: one for the west and the other for the east. Please set the disc to use according to your destination or current location.

  • Page 21: Basic Operation

    ➲ Other search methods ➞ Chapter 3 starts up. Turn off the vehicle engine. Insert the Pioneer DVD map disc to the This Navigation System also turns off. disc loading slot. ❒ Until the vicinity of the destination is reached,...

  • Page 22: Basic Navigation

    Basic Navigation Basic flow of operation Insert the Pioneer DVD map disc to The most frequently used function is the Address the disc loading slot. Search, in which the address is specified and the destination searched. This section describes how to use the Address Search and the basics of using the Navigation System.

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    Press the NAVI MENU button to display Input the house number and touch “OK”. the main menu. Touch the characters you wish to input. Touch “Address Search”. Selects the method for searching the destina- tion. The input text is deleted letter by letter from the end of the text.

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    “Sym.” : Touch the street from the list. You can input text with marks such as “&”and “+”. “0-9” : You can input text with numbers. “Back” : Returns you to previous screen. ❒ For example, for “Early California Ct”, you can Scroll bar just enter part of the name, such as “Califor- nia”.

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    ❒ If the selected street is very long, and ❒ Touching the allows you to hear the passes through several cities or area, the information again. screen for entering the name of the city or ❒ If you deviate from the route with the Guid- area appears.

  • Page 26: Memory Navi Mode

    Memory navi mode How to listen to a CD While the map disc is inserted, you can store the You can listen to a CD by removing the map disc data on the map disc into the memory of the nav- from the navigation unit.

  • Page 27: The Buttons

    Press the NAVI/AV button to switch the To perform fast forward or reverse, touch ➞ then keep touching Audio screen. Pressing the NAVI/AV button switches between the navigation map screen and the audio screen. You can also perform fast reverse/fast forward by holding the joystick left or right.

  • Page 29: Menu And Map Display

    Chapter 2 Menu and Map Display ➲ Specifying the address and searching the des- This section describes the basic operations, tination ➞ Page 20 including how to display the main menu and how to use the shortcut menu and the map screen. ➲...

  • Page 30: Shortcut Menu

    ❒ If the contents of the menu are not fully dis- :Vicinity Search played on the screen, touch “Next” to view You select a location with the cross pointer. the remaining contents. Nearby POIs (Points Of Interest) will also be found.

  • Page 31: How To Use The Map

    How to Use the Map How to view the map of the cur- rent location Most of the information provided by your Naviga- tion System can be seen on the map. You need to get to know how the information appears on the •...

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    Guide View AV Status The map of your surroundings is shown on the Information on the audio source currently being left, and an arrow indicating the direction of played is indicated on the left-hand side of the travel is shown on the right. screen, while the map of your surroundings is indicated on the right.

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    ❒ If the “CAMERA” is set to “OFF”, the rear view image is not displayed. Please set it to “ON”. ➲ Camera setting ➞ Page 89 ❒ When using a camera set to turn OFF/ON in conjunction with the reversing signal, no camera images will be displayed in rear view mode if the camera is connected normally.

  • Page 34: Changing The Scale Of The Map

    ❒ This is displayed only when the microphone for voice recognition is connected. ➲ The voice operation of the navigation system ➞ Chapter 9 (9) Current time (10) Estimated time of arrival (or travel time Direct scale key to your destination)* The display changes with each touch.

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    (2) Distance from the current location menu, you can specify your destination on the Shows the distance in a straight line between the map. location indicated by the cross pointer and your Press the POS button to access the map current location.

  • Page 37: Setting A Route To Your Destination

    Chapter 3 Setting a Route to Your Destination Searching for Points of Interest (POI) • For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your Touch “Destination” in the Main menu, vehicle is in motion. To enable these func- and then touch “POI Search”.

  • Page 38: Finding A Poi In Your Surroundings

    Input the name of the POI. Touch POI. If the list does not automatically appear when Names of POIs and their distance from your the name of the POI has been entered, try current location appear. They are listed in touching “OK”.

  • Page 39: Setting An Entrance Or Exit Of A Freeway As Your Destination

    Touch any part of the map screen. Setting an Entrance or Exit of a The Shortcut menu appears. Freeway as Your Destination Touch You can set the entrance or exit of a freeway as The list of POI categories appears. your destination.

  • Page 40: Searching For Your Destination By Specifying The Telephone Number

    Searching for Your Destination Route Calculation to Your Home by Specifying the Telephone Location or to Your Favorite Number Location If you know the telephone number of your desti- If your home location is registered, the route nation, you can quickly search for your destina- home can be calculated by a single touch of the tion by specifying the telephone number.

  • Page 41: Selecting Destination From The Destination Histo

    Selecting Destination from the Modifying the Route Calculation Destination History and Address Conditions Book You can change the route calculation conditions using the Route Options menu. The following Any place that has been searched before is description features an example of changing the stored in the “Destination History”.

  • Page 42: Perform The Route Calculation Of The Several Route Options, And Select One

    Avoid Freeway Perform the route calculation of This setting controls whether or not freeways may the several route options, and be included in the road calculation. (A route select one using freeway may be calculated in some cases, such as when setting your destination far away.) You can get route calculations of several route On : options.

  • Page 43: Checking The Set Route

    Touch “Information” to check the infor- Checking the Set Route mation on the selected route. You can also check details of the roads along You can check information about the route the selected route. (If you touch “Back”, you between your current location and your destina- can return to the previous display.) tion.

  • Page 44: Checking The Set Route With Text

    Touch to scroll the Check the contents on the display. map. As necessary, scroll the list. To continue scrolling after you remove your Name of the streets you are driving through finger, touch and hold If necessary, the scale of the map can be changed.

  • Page 45: Recalculating The Route To Your Destination

    Recalculating the Route to Your Canceling the Route Guidance Destination If you no longer need to travel to your destination or if you want to change your destination, follow You can recalculate the route to avoid a traffic the steps below to cancel the route guidance. jam or road works ahead.

  • Page 46: Adding Way Points To The Current Route

    Adding Way Points to the Cur- Skipping a way point rent Route If the points are set, the next way point along the route can be skipped. You can select way points (locations you want to visit on the way to your destination) and you can Touch the map screen.

  • Page 47: Editing The Navigation Utilities

    Chapter 4 Editing the Navigation Utilities Touch “Settings” in the Main menu, then touch “Go to”. • For safety reasons, these functions are not When registering your home location, touch available while your vehicle is in motion. “Return Home”. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking break before setting your route.

  • Page 48: Registering A Previous Location In The Ad

    Registering a previous location Editing a location’s information in the Address Book In the Address Book menu, touching the the right-hand side of the place displays the Once a destination or way point is searched, it is Address Book Operate menu. automatically retained and stored in the To edit the information about the location: Destination History.

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    If the pronunciation is correct, touch “Yes”. 1. Name The name can be used as a command for voice operation. The details you set are registered, and the 2. Address Address Book menu appears. The address is registered when the search Alternative options : was made for the first time.

  • Page 50: Deleting Address Book Or Destination History Information

    Navigation System. A message confirming deletion appears. This function is used when moving Address Book data from a Pioneer navigation unit with a PC Alternative options : card slot (e.g., AVIC-80DVD) to a Pioneer naviga- Delete This Item : tion unit without a PC card slot (e.g., AVIC-N1).

  • Page 51: Setting Areas To Avoid

    Insert the CD-R (-RW) to the disc loading Setting Areas to Avoid slot. If you register Areas to Avoid, such as crowded Touch “Information” in the Main menu, intersections or congested areas, routes can be then touch “Read from Disc”. calculated that avoid those areas.

  • Page 52: Changing Or Deleting An Area To Avoid

    ➲ Information on route calculation conditions ➞ Several background pictures are stored in the Page 40 Pioneer DVD map disc. If you want to use these pictures, insert the Pioneer DVD map disc. Changing or deleting an Area to Here, a method of changing background picture...

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    ❒ Only JPEG format (“.jpg” or “.JPG”) pictures cannot select “Back to Original”. When can be used as a background picture. the Pioneer DVD map disc is inserted, you ❒ You can only use standard characters (alpha- cannot select “Import from Disc”.

  • Page 54: Checking The Navigation Status

    Checking the Navigation Status To clear values... The navigation status, including the driving sta- If you want to delete the learned results stored in tus of a vehicle, positioning status by satellite, “Distance”, “Speed Pulse” or “Learning Sta- learning status of the 3D sensor, and cable con- tus”, touch the relevant result, then touch nection status can be checked.

  • Page 55: Setting The Vehicle Dynamics Display

    5. Power Voltage •Slope The power supply (reference value) pro- •Direction: vided from the vehicle battery to this unit is The direction your vehicle is traveling in is dis- shown. If the voltage does not fall within the played. range of 11 to 15V, check that power cable •Clock: connection is correct.

  • Page 57: Customizing Your Navigation System

    Chapter 5 Customizing Your Navigation System • For safety reasons, these functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking break before setting your route. “Mile &...

  • Page 58: Average Speed

    Average Speed Day/Night Display When calculating expected time of arrival and To improve the visibility of the map during the the number of hours to the destination, the aver- evening, you can change the combination of the age speed for the freeway or ordinary road used colors of the map.

  • Page 59: Background Picture Setting

    • Arrow in AV This setting controls whether the volume of the Set whether to display the guidance information Audio source is automatically muted during by arrow on the Audio Operation screen. voice guidance. On* : On* : Display guidance information by arrow on the During voice guidance, the volume of the Audio Audio Operation screen.

  • Page 60: Auto Voice Recognition

    Auto Voice Recognition After you have started the engine, turn on voice recognition and set whether or not to perform all operations up to route searching by voice. (This function is effective only when a route is not set.) ❒ You should set “Auto Voice Recognition” only when the microphone of the voice recog- nition system (sold separately) is connected.

  • Page 61: Using The Av Source (built-in Dvd Drive And Radio)

    Chapter 6 Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) You can play a DVD video, CD, MP3 disc or use To go to the next group of touch panel keys, touch ➞. the radio with the navigation unit. This chapter describes how to use the audio source and the Touch “ESC”...

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    Touch “AUDIO”, “FUNCTION” or “SETUP” to enter the menu you want to operate. Each menu is displayed. The items that cannot be operated according to the sources or conditions are indicated in gray. FUNCTION menu AUDIO menu SETUP menu (1) FUNCTION key Touch to enter the FUNCTION menu for each source.

  • Page 63: Operating The Built-in Dvd Drive

    ➲ More advanced DVD video operation ➞ Operating the Built-in DVD drive Page 65 You can play a DVD video, CD or MP3 disc using ❒ Pressing the DISP button changes the the built-in DVD drive of the navigation unit. This screen display.

  • Page 64: Touch Key Operation

    ❒ There is sometimes a delay between starting up playback and the sound being issued. This (11) is particularly the case when playing back multi-session and many folders. When being (10) read in, Reading Format is displayed. ❒ Playback is carried out in order of file number. Folders are skipped if they contain no files.

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    ❒ Some replay positions cannot be recorded. Keep touching to perform fast for- This will depend on the playback position. ward or backward. • DVD: If you keep touching (3) Playback and Pause for five seconds, the icon Pause lets you temporarily stop disc playback. changes into Touching switches between “playback”...

  • Page 66: Operation Using The Function Menu

    • To select 3, touch 3. • To select 10, touch 1 and 0 in order. • To select 23, touch 2 and 3 in order. To cancel the input numbers, touch “CLEAR”. While the input number is displayed, touch “ENTER”. This starts playback from the selected track.

  • Page 67: Other Dvd Video Function

    Touching “RANDOM” switches between “ON” Touch the screen to display to touch and “OFF”. In the case of MP3, the selected panel keys. tracks in the repeated range are randomly played. Touch ➞ to display (3) CD:Scanning tracks of a CD Touching “SCAN”...

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    ❒ With some discs, images may be unclear ❒ The number in the mark on a DVD’s during slow motion playback. package indicates the number of recorded ❒ Reverse slow motion playback is not possi- languages/audio systems. ❒ With some DVDs, switching between lan- ble.

  • Page 69: Radio

    Touch “ANGLE” during playback of a Radio scene shot from multiple angles. Each time you touch “ANGLE” switches Listening to the radio between angle. ❒ The mark on a DVD’s package indi- cates it features multi-angle scenes. The number in the mark indicates the number of angles from which scenes were shot.

  • Page 70: Advanced Radio Operation

    Touch the source icon and then touch Storing and recalling broadcast “RADIO” to select the radio. frequencies Touch the screen to display the touch If you touch any of the preset tuning keys P1 panel keys. (PRESET 1) — P6 (PRESET 6) you can easily store up to six broadcast frequencies for later Touch “BAND”...

  • Page 71: Tuning In Strong Signals

    Tuning in strong signals Local seek tuning lets you tune in only those radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for good reception. Touch “LOCAL” in the FUNCTION menu. Touch “LOCAL” to turn local seek tuning To turn local seek tuning off, touch “LOCAL”. Touch to set the sensitivity.

  • Page 73: Using The Av Source (pioneer Av Equipments)

    Chapter 7 Using the AV Source (Pioneer AV Equipments) When Pioneer audio equipment is connected to Touch the source icon and then touch “M- the navigation system using IP-BUS or AV-BUS, CD” to select the multi-CD player. such equipment can be operated from the navi- Touch the screen to display the touch gation unit.

  • Page 74: Advanced Multi-cd Player Operation

    Advanced multi-CD player oper- Tracks will play in a random order within the previously selected M-CD or DISC ranges. ation Scanning CDs and tracks While you are using DISC, the beginning of each track on the selected disc plays for about 10 sec- onds.

  • Page 75: Using Cd Text Functions

    Play a CD that you want to program. Touch “ITS MEMORY” in the FUNCTION ➲ How to select a CD ➞ Page 71 menu. Touch to select a track you want to Touch “ITS MEMORY” in the FUNCTION erase. menu. Touch “CLEAR”...

  • Page 76: Using Compression And Bass Emphasis

    Touch “TRACK LIST” in the FUNCTION XM tuner menu. Listening to the XM Touch to switch between the lists of titles. Touch the track title in the list. That selection will begin to play. Using compression and bass emphasis You can use these functions only with a multi-CD player that supports them.

  • Page 77: Switching The Xm Display

    ❒ You can also use Touch the source icon and then touch to recall sta- “XM” to select the XM. tions assigned to preset tuning keys P1 — Touch the screen to display the touch panel keys. Switching the XM channel select setting Touch “BAND”...

  • Page 78: Display The Id Code

    Display the ID code TV tuner Channel number select setting Watching the TV tuner If you select CH : 000, the ID code is displayed. Touch to select “CH : 000”. Channel category select setting RADIO ID is provided as a channel category for displaying the ID code.

  • Page 79: Advanced Tv Tuner Operation

    You can also perform manual tuning by mov- To switch between P1 — P6 and P7 — P12, ing the joystick left or right. touch When the touch panel keys are not displayed, To perform seek tuning, keep touching you can display them by touching the screen. for about one second and release.

  • Page 80: Dvd Player (s-dvd)

    DVD Player (S-DVD) To perform fast forward or reverse, keep touching for about one second and release. Playing a disc You can also perform fast reverse/fast forward by holding the joystick left or right. If you keep touching for five seconds, the icon changes into When this happens, fast reverse/fast forward...

  • Page 81: Pausing Disc Playback

    • TRACK — Repeat just the current track • DISC — Repeat the current disc ❒ If you select other discs during repeat play, the repeat play range changes to DISC. ❒ If you perform track search or fast forward/ reverse during TRACK, the repeat play range changes to DISC.

  • Page 83: Customizing The Audio Source Setting

    Chapter 8 Customizing the Audio Source Setting Various settings according to your audiovisual Recalling equalizer curves requests are available with the audio source. This There are six stored equalizer curves which you chapter describes the methods of changing the can easily recall at any time. Here is a list of the various settings and how to set of the LCD panel.

  • Page 84: Adjusting Equalizer Curves

    Touch to adjust front/rear speaker LOW (low) — MID (mid) — HIGH (high) balance. Touch “+” or “–” to adjust the level of the Each time you touch moves the front/ equalizer band. rear speaker balance towards the front or the Each time you touch “+”...

  • Page 85: Adjusting Loudness

    Touch “BASS” or “TREBLE” in the Touch to select cut-off frequency. AUDIO menu. Each time you touch selects cut-off frequencies in the following order: Touch to select the desired fre- 50 — 80 — 125 (Hz) quency. Only frequencies lower than those in the selected range are output from the sub- Touch “+”...

  • Page 86: Adjusting Source Levels

    Adjusting source levels Setting Up the DVD Player SLA (source level adjustment) lets you adjust the To set up the DVD of an optional DVD player, volume level of each source to prevent radical please refer to the “Owner’s Manual” for that changes in volume when switching between DVD player.

  • Page 87: Setting Assist Subtitles On Or Off

    Touch the desired language. • If you select the TV aspect, navigation unit’s display changes to the same setting. When you select “OTHER”, a language code input display is shown. Input the four digit Touch “SET UP” and then touch “TV code of the desired language then touch ASPECT”.

  • Page 88: Initial Settings

    Touch any of 1 — 8 to select the desired Initial Settings level. The parental lock level is set. Adjusting initial settings • LEVEL 8 — Playback of the entire disc is possible (initial setting) • LEVEL 7 — LEVEL 2 — Playback of discs for children and non-adult oriented discs is possible •...

  • Page 89: Setting The Rear Output And Subwoofer Controller

    Setting the rear output and sub- Switching the sound muting/ woofer controller attenuation This unit’s rear output (rear speaker leads output Sound from this system is muted, attenuated or and RCA rear output) can be used for full-range mixed automatically in the following cases: speaker (REAR SP FULL) or subwoofer (REAR •...

  • Page 90: Changing The Voice Output Of The Navigation Guidance

    (If this setting is entered, the RCA will out- put maximum volume for the multi-chan- nel processor system.) Pioneer is not responsible for any damage to the speaker equipment caused by ignoring this warn- ing.

  • Page 91: Other Functions

    Setup adjustments • Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise screen image may appear reversed.

  • Page 92: Setting The Slide Back Function

    screen on rear display or the video of the selected • AUTO — The display automatically opens/ closes when power to navigation unit is source. turned on ❒ The map screen navigation images output to the rear display differ from standard NTSC for- Using the AUX source mat images.

  • Page 93: Switching The Screen Using The Disp Button

    Switching the Screen Using the Track List — Disc Title* — Disc Artist* — Track Title* — Track Artist* DISP Button ❒ If specific information has not been recorded You can change the screen display using the on a CD TEXT disc, NO XXXX will be dis- DISP button.

  • Page 94: Language Code Chart For Dvd

    Language Code Chart for DVD Language (code), input code Language (code), input code Language (code), input code Japanese (ja), 1001 Guarani (gn), 0714 Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619 English (en), 0514 Gujarati (gu), 0721 Quechua (qu), 1721 French (fr), 0618 Hausa (ha), 0801 Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813 Spanish (es), 0519 Hindi (hi), 0809...

  • Page 95: Operating Your Navigation System With Voice

    When using voice operation for the first time Until you are familiar with this system, it is rec- Your Pioneer Navigation System comes with the ommended to stop the vehicle in a safe place and latest in voice recognition technology. You can...

  • Page 96: Voice Commands

    tion System. After you cancel voice operation, the Available voice commands map is displayed. related to navigation ❒ If the system fails to recognize the command You can say the following commands: you speak, touch VOICE icon or say “Next ❒...

  • Page 97: An Example Of Voice Operation

    ❒ In the case of discs containing MP3 files and audio data (CD-DA), the system recognizes which is currently being played back. ❒ In the case of MP3 discs, the system plays back tracks in the current folder. For Multi-CD (M-CD) source ❒...

  • Page 98: Tips For Voice Operation

    Tips for Voice Operation For your voice commands to be correctly recog- nized and interpreted, ensure that conditions are suitable for recognition. Reduce the volume setting on your vehicle audio system ➲ The sound volume is automatically reduced during voice operation ➞ Page 57 Close the vehicle windows Please note that wind through the vehicle win- dow or miscellaneous noise from outside the...

  • Page 99: Appendix

    Leave the engine on, and make sure that the parking brake is on. ❒ The language selected here is reflected for Insert the Pioneer DVD Map disc to the the Navigation functions (e.g., Destination disc loading slot of the Navigation Sys- search, etc.) only.

  • Page 100: Memory Navi Mode

    If necessary, set to summer time. Daylight Saving Time (DST) is off by default. Touch “Summer Time” to change the time if you are in the daylight saving period. This turns the display below DST “On”. Press the NAVI/AV button to change the navigation screen.

  • Page 101: Navigation In The Memory Navi Mode

    Navigation in the memory navi The data read into the memory will not be deleted even when the vehicle’s engine is turned off. mode During the memory navi mode, navigation is per- Navigation operation during the mem- ory navi mode formed only using the data read into the memory.

  • Page 102: About The Icon For The Memory Navi Mode

    Major difference between the Shortcut menu ✕ :Destination memory navi mode and the DVD " :Chg.Route navi mode :Registration ✕ :Vicinity Search • Free zooming of scale is not available. ✕ :Overlay POI • Detailed city map cannot be displayed. •...

  • Page 103: Cautions Relating To Auto Reroute In Memory Navi Mode

    ❒ In these circumstances, the system will auto- • Although an enlarged map of the intersection will be displayed, no special freeway illustra- matically try to recover the deleted informa- tion (illustration of freeway junctions) will be tion, but data can be recovered only for areas displayed.

  • Page 104: Vehicles That Cannot Obtain Speed Pulse Data

    Vehicles that Cannot Obtain Displaying the Map • Maps with a scale of between 0.02 mi and 0.25 Speed Pulse Data mi cannot be displayed. (If the scale was set to between 0.02 mi and 0.25 mi, it is automati- ❒...

  • Page 105: Other Function Limitations

    ❒ A set Area to Avoid may be deleted when the Guidance • When your vehicle approaches an unrecorded software is updated. If this happens, the sys- area, you will be notified three times: when the tem will automatically try to recover the distance to the unrecorded area is 12 mi (20 deleted information, but data can be recov- km), 6 mi (10 km) and 3 mi (5 km) respectively.

  • Page 106: Troubleshooting

    While this list is not comprehensive, it should answer your most common problems. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, con- tact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems in the Navigation screen...

  • Page 107: Problems In The Audio Screen (common)

    Symptom Cause Action (See) Your vehicle is operating in Simple Connect the speed signal input (pink hybrid mode. lead wire) of the power cable cor- rectly, and reset the 3D Hybrid Sen- sor (“Learning Status”). The navigation unit is installed with Confirm the installation angle.

  • Page 108: Problems In The Audio Screen (during Dvd Video Playback)

    Symptom Cause Action (See) ➞ Playback is not possible. The disc is dirty. Clean disc. ( “Hardware Manual”) The loaded disc is a type this unit Check what type the disc is. cannot play. Non compatible video system disc is Change to a disc compatible to your loaded.

  • Page 109: Messages And How To React To Them

    Insert a normal, round disc. damaged. Irregular speed pulse signal is If the Navigation unit does not Consult your Pioneer dealer. detected. Please power off the sys- receive the vehicle speed pulse. tem and check the installation. After you have checked, please re-boot the system and press “OK”.

  • Page 110

    Gyro Sensor is not working properly. Abnormal output of Gyrosensor is Note down the error code shown on Please consult your dealer or Pioneer detected. the screen; turn off the power, and service center.

  • Page 111: Error Messages

    When problems occur with disc playback, an error message appears on the display. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists, contact your dealer or your nearest PIONEER Service Center. The messages in “( )” will appear on the sub-display.

  • Page 112

    Condition 2 :whether to use freeway or not • In some cases, a route may begin on the oppo- site side of a railway or river from your actual Avoid Freeway : current location. If this happens, drive towards Calculate a route that avoids freeway. (A route your destination for a while, and try route cal- using the freeway may be set if your destination culation again.

  • Page 113: Route Highlighting

    • When “Close-up of Junction” is on, the map data and can only be used to plot a navigable scale increases to show more detail as you route. Pioneer Navigation will only display a navi- approach an intersection. gable route on the map (only the arrival guidance •...

  • Page 114: About Folders And Mp3 Files

    About Folders and MP3 Files Copyright • An outline of a CD-ROM with MP3 files on it is ©1984-2004 Tele Atlas North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. shown below. Subfolders are shown as folders in the folder currently selected. Data by Info USA ©2004 All Rights Reserved. Canadian Data ©2004 DMTI Spatial and ©2004 Tele Atlas North America, Inc.

  • Page 115: Glossary

    Glossary This glossary explains some of the terms used in the manual. Favorite location A frequently visited location (such as your workplace or a relative’s home) that you can register to allow easy 3D Hybrid sensor routing. The built-in sensor which enables the system to estimate your vehicle’s position.

  • Page 116

    CBR (constant bit rate) is more widely used. But by flexi- Navigation map disc bly adjusting the bit rate according to the needs of audio This DVD-ROM disc contains Pioneer navigation soft- compression, it is possible to achieve compression pri- ware. Map data is also recorded on the disc.

  • Page 117: Voice Recognition

    Voice recognition The technology that allows the system to understand the driver’s voice commands. ❒ In order to operate the navigation unit by voice, you need the microphone kit (CD-VC1), which is sold sep- arately. Please refer to the “Owner’s Manual” for the microphone kit.

  • Page 118: Display Information

    Display Information Main menu Destination Address Search P. 20 Return Home P. 38, 45 Go to P. 38, 45 POI Search P. 35 Vicinity Search P. 36 Address Book P. 39, 46 Destination History P. 39, 46 Freeway Search P. 37 Telephone Search P.

  • Page 119

    Route Options Number of Routes P. 39 Avoid Toll Road P. 39 Designate Areas to Avoid P. 39 Avoid Freeway P. 40 Avoid Ferry P. 40 Route Condition P. 40 Settings P. 45 Return Home P. 45 Go to Set Memory Area P.

  • Page 120: Shortcut Menu

    Shortcut menu Shortcut menu :Destination P. 33 :Chg.Route Reroute P. 43 Cancel Route P. 43 :Registration P. 46 :Vicinity Search P. 36 Route Profile P. 42 P. 36 :Overlay POI Route Scroll P. 41 Skip Way Point P. 44 1 mile (km) – 50 mile (km) detour P.

  • Page 121: Menu In The Audio Screen

    Menu in the audio screen AUDIO menu AUDIO FAD/BAL (BALANCE) P. 81 EQ MENU P. 82 BASS P. 82 TREBLE P. 82 LOUDNESS P. 83 SUB WOOFER (NON FADING) P. 83, 83 P. 83 P. 84 EQ-EX P. 84 INITIAL menu INITIAL P.

  • Page 122: Set Up Menu

    SET UP menu SET UP P. 89 AV INPUT CAMERA CAMERA P. 89 REAR DISP POLARITY P. 89 P. 89 FLAP SET BACK P. 90 AUTO FLAP P. 90 FUNCTION menu DISC [DVD video, CD, MP3] FUNCTION P. 64 REPEAT P.

  • Page 123

    M-CD FUNCTION REPEAT P. 72 RANDOM P. 72 SCAN P. 72 TRACK LIST P. 73 PAUSE P. 72 COMP P. 74 ITS PLAY P. 73 ITS MEMORY P. 72 RADIO FUNCTION P. 69 LOCAL P. 69 FUNCTION P. 77 BSSM...

  • Page 124

    DVD SETUP menu DVD SETUP P. 84 LANGUAGE SUB. T LANGUAGE P. 84 AUDIO LANGUAGE P. 84 P. 85 A SUB TITLE MENU LANGUAGE M. ANGLE P. 85 P. 84 TV ASPECT P. 85 PARENTAL P. 85...

  • Page 127

    TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R OP2, Canada TEL: (905) 479-4411 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000 TEL:55-9178-4270 Published by Pioneer Corporation.

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