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Operation Manual
ENGLISH
DVD Navigation Unit
AVIC-90DVD
DVD Map - USA / Canada
CNDV-20
( Version up disc for AVIC-9DVD )

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  • Page 1 Operation Manual ENGLISH DVD Navigation Unit AVIC-90DVD DVD Map - USA / Canada CNDV-20 ( Version up disc for AVIC-9DVD )
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you’ve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now it’s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level.
  • Page 4: License Agreement

    NEER PRODUCTS. 1. GRANT OF LICENSE Pioneer grants to you a non-transferable, non exclusive license to use the software installed on the Pioneer products (the “Software”) and the related documentation solely for your own personal use or for internal use by your business, only on such Pioneer products.
  • Page 5 The Software and related documentation are provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LICENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 and 3, Pioneer and its licensor(s) shall be col- lectively referred to as “Pioneer”) MAKES AND YOU RECEIVE NO WARRANTY,...
  • Page 6 This is the entire Agreement between Pioneer and you regarding its subject matter. No change in this Agreement shall be effective unless agreed to in writing by Pioneer. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of California.
  • Page 7: Pioneer Avic-90dvd (cndv-20) - For Canada

    The Software and related documentation are provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LICENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 and 3, Pioneer and its licensor(s) shall be col- lectively referred to as “Pioneer”) MAKES AND YOU RECEIVE NO WARRANTY,...
  • Page 8 Canada, you agree that you will not re-export the Software nor any other technical data received from Pioneer, nor the direct product thereof, except as per- mitted by the laws and regulations of Canada and the laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which you obtained the Software.
  • Page 9: Navtech

    ■ NAVTECH TERMS AND CONDITIONS for the NAVTECH Data This is a legal agreement (“Agreement”) between you, the end user, and Navigation Technol- ogies Corporation (NAVTECH) and its suppliers, the terms and conditions of which are set forth below. By using your copy of the NAVTECH Data, you agree to the terms and condi- tions of this Agreement.
  • Page 10 Termination. NAVTECH and its suppliers may terminate this Agreement at any time upon your breach of any term of this Agreement. Upon any such termination, you shall return your copy of the NAVTECH Data and all related documentation to NAVTECH and/or its suppli- ers.
  • Page 11 THE NAVTECH DATA MAY INCLUDE OR REFLECT DATA OF LICENSORS, INCLUDING HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA. SUCH DATA IS LICENSED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS. THE LICENSORS, INCLUDING HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, MAKE NO GUARANTEES, REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES RESPECTING SUCH DATA, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARISING BY LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, EFFECTIVENESS, COMPLETE- NESS, ACCURACY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  • Page 12: Gdt

    ■ END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE NAVIGA- TION SYSTEM THIS IS A LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR YOUR COPY OF THE MAP DATABASE (“The DATABASE”), ORIGINALLY MADE BY Geographic Data Technology, Inc. (“GDT”), USED IN THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM. BY USING THE DATABASE, YOU ACCEPT AND AGREE TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH BELOW.
  • Page 13 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY The price of the DATABASE does not include any consideration for assumption of risk of consequential, indirect or unlimited direct damages which may arise in connection with your use of the DATABASE. Accordingly, in no event shall GDT or supplier of the navigation sys- tem using the DATABASE (“Supplier”) be liable for any consequential, special, incidental or indirect damages, including without limitation, loss of revenue, data, or use, incurred by you or any third party arising out of your use of the DATABASE, whether in an action in contract...
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction................1 License Agreement......................2 PIONEER AVIC-90DVD (CNDV-20) - for U.S.A............2 PIONEER AVIC-90DVD (CNDV-20) - for Canada ............5 NAVTECH ........................7 GDT ..........................10 Table of Contents.......................12 Important Safety Information..................18 Notes Before Using the System..................19 After-sales service for Pioneer products..............19 Features of Your DVD Navigation System ..............21...
  • Page 15 Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your Destination ........43 Before setting your destination and route..............43 Selecting the area where you want to search ............44 Perform the route calculation of the several route options, and select one ....44 Route Calculation to Your Home Location or to Your Favorite Location....
  • Page 16 Chapter 4 Utilizing Various Information ..........67 Editing the Address Book ....................67 Registering a previous location in the Address Book ..........67 Editing a location’s information...................69 Deleting the data in the Address Book ...............71 Confirming the location contained in the Address Book on the map ......72 Registering Your Home and Your Favorite Location..........73 Registering a location ....................73 Changing or deleting your home or your favorite location ..........75...
  • Page 17 Characteristics of the Navigation System when combined with Pioneer AV Head Unit....................107 How to use the Remote Control................108 Basic Operation When Pioneer AV Equipment Is Combined ......113 Switching the source....................113 Switching the screen....................114 Displaying information screen.................. 115 Flow of menu operation at each source..............
  • Page 18 MULTI-CD ..........................124 How to listen to a CD....................124 50-disc multi-CD player ....................125 Displaying the MULTI-CD MENU ................125 Repeating play ......................125 Playing tracks in a random order................126 Scanning CDs and tracks ..................126 Playing back from the track list.................127 Pausing CD playback ....................127 Using compression and bass emphasis ..............127 Using disc title functions ...................130 Using CD TEXT functions ..................131...
  • Page 19 XM ............................146 How to listen to the XM .................... 146 Displaying the XM MENU ..................147 Switching the channel select mode ................. 147 Recalling channel ....................147 Storing the channel ....................148 Display the ID Code ....................148 Other sources........................149 When source is EXT ....................
  • Page 20 Chapter 7 Operating Your Navigation System with Voice ....165 Basics of Voice Operation.....................165 Flow of voice operation ....................165 Operating by only voice when the Navigation System is started......166 Available voice commands related to Navigation .............166 Available voice commands related to audio .............167 If you are not used to voice operation ..............168 An example of voice operation .................169 Tips for Voice Operation....................171...
  • Page 21: Important Safety Information

    Important Safety Information Before using your Navigation System, be sure to read and fully understand the following safety information: • Read the manual before operating this Navigation System. • This Navigation System is intended solely as an aid to you in the operation of your car. It is not a substitute for your attentiveness, judgment, and care when driving.
  • Page 22: After-sales Service For Pioneer Products

    Notes Before Using the System ■ After-sales service for Pioneer products Please contact the dealer or distributor from where you purchased the product for its after- sales service (including warranty conditions) or any other information. In case the necessary information is not available, please contact the companies listed below: Please do not ship your product to the companies at the addresses listed below for repair without making advance contact.
  • Page 23: Features Of Your Dvd Navigation System

    About this disc Only use the Pioneer Map disc with this product. You cannot use other discs. See page 107 for playing DVD-VIDEO or CD other than Map Disc. About the REAR DISPLAY OUTPUT on the AV Receiver Images of the map screen of the navigation slightly differ from a standard NTSC style.
  • Page 24: Operation Of Dvd Player

    Display of various guidance screens Integration between navigation and audio has been implemented. Pioneer’s audio equipment can be used with the navigation screen, by addition of the AVH- P6400CD or AVH-P6400 display sold separately. Furthermore, not only is conventional voice operation for navigation possible, but also voice operation of AV equipment became possible.
  • Page 25: How To Read This Manual

    Operation of DVD player The method of operating DVD player is slightly different between the built-in DVD player of this unit and the Pioneer DVD player. See the following sections for the detailed difference of operation: • Operation manual of the DVD player...
  • Page 26: Terminology

    ■ Terminology Before moving on, take a few minutes to read the following information about the conven- tions used in this manual. Familiarity with these conventions will help you greatly as you learn how to use your new equipment. • Buttons on your Remote Control are referred to as: NAVI button, MENU button. •...
  • Page 27 Frame by frame playback and slow motion playback Push the control stick up while the Operation mode switch is set to “DVD”. Reverse frame by frame playback and reverse slow motion playback (in case of XDV-P9 and XDV-P90) You cannot do this with the Remote Control included with AVIC-9DVD. However, you can operate this function using the Remote Control included with the DVD player or the AV Head Unit.
  • Page 28: Installing The Program

    Installing the Program The program is installed to the main unit of the Navigation System using the disc sold sepa- rately. This is not necessary if your dealer already performed the installation. Go to Chapter 1 onward. When installing the program, you carry out the following operations. When all the setup proce- dures are completed, the map of your surroundings appears, and you can use the Navigation System.
  • Page 29 4 Select the language from the list. The list of the languages you can use appears. Move the joystick up or down to highlight the language you want. 5 Click the OK button. Installation of the program, in the language you chose, begins. During the installation, the following display appears to show the progress.
  • Page 30 The time difference between the time originally set in this unit (Pacific Standard Time) and the current location of your car is shown. If necessary, adjust the time difference. Move the joystick to select “Hour +” or “Hour -” and click the OK button to change the time difference by one hour.
  • Page 31: Chapter 1 Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic Operation Switching On and Off Switching On When the engine of your car is running, the power of the main unit of your Navigation Sys- tem is turned on. After the opening screen appears for a few seconds, a cautionary message appears.
  • Page 32: Types Of Menu

    Types of Menu You perform most tasks through using menus. A typical sequence of steps is as follows: “Select a menu, Select a menu item with the joystick, and Click the OK button”. There are two types of menu: the “Main menu” and the “Shortcut menu”. ■Main menu With the map displayed, press the MENU button and the Main menu appears.
  • Page 33: Shortcut Menu

    ■Shortcut menu While the map is shown, click the OK button to show the Shortcut menu. You can do various tasks, such as route calculation for the location pointed by cross pointer, or registering a loca- tion in the Address Book, faster than using the Main menu. Destination You select the destination with cross pointer and the route is set (see “Finding a destina- tion on the map”...
  • Page 34: Basic Navigation

    Basic Navigation This section describes basic navigation, such as how to select menu items, using setting your destination as an example. Based on the information you know about your destination, your Navigation System searches for your destination on the map, and calculates the route. Caution For safety reasons, you cannot use these functions while your car is in motion.
  • Page 35: Operate Navigation By Indicating Menu

    ■Operate navigation by indicating menu While the map is displayed, if you press MENU button, the Main menu of the Navigation System appears. Only “New Destination” is highlighted, and it has different color from the other items. This shows that this item is being selected. On the right-hand side of the display, a small list appears.
  • Page 36 When the list of the items goes over several screens If the list of the matching city names cannot be displayed within one screen, a scroll bar appears on the left-hand side of the list to show that there are more items. If you move the joystick up or down, the remaining items appear.
  • Page 37: How To Use The Text Palette

    ■How to use the text palette Move the joystick up or down, or left or right, to highlight a letter you want to enter. If you click the OK button, the selected letter appears in the text box. As you enter each letter, your Navigation System narrows down the possible cities, and the items in the list that appears on the right-hand side of the display change accordingly.
  • Page 38: When The Route Calculation To Your Destination Is Completed

    Entering letters using numeric keypad of the Remote Control Every time you press the key, the letters assigned to the key are displayed in sequence. If you press different keys while the letter to enter is selected, or if you press the OK button on the bottom-right of the numeric keypad, the selected letter appears in the text box.
  • Page 39: How To Use The Map

    How to Use the Map Most of the information provided by your Navigation System can be seen on the map. You need to get to know how the information appears on the map. ■How to view the map of the current location The display is like a conventional map, and shows roads of various designations as well as geographical features such as rivers, parks, and forests.
  • Page 40: Enlarged Map Of The Intersection

    Arrow View The direction of travel is shown by a simple arrow. When approaching a guidance point, such as an intersection, the display switches to show the distance and direction to the guidance point. Normal condition (14) (10) (12) When approaching an intersection (When “Close-up of Intersection” is off) (13) (11) (14)
  • Page 41 Guidance point* The next turning point is shown by a yellow flag. Destination* The checker-flag indicates your destination (1) Name of the street you drive next.* If there is a number on a road, the number will be indicated next to the name of the road (only when the road numbers are recorded in the disc).
  • Page 42: Changing The Scale Of The Map

    ➲ Tracking display shows about 125mile (200km) tracking of your car with a white dots. When your car speed is under 3mile/h (5km/h), the dots are red. When your car speed is more than 3mile/h (5km/h), but less than 12mile/h (20km/h), tracking shows in orange dots. ■Changing the scale of the map On the top-right of the map display, the scale of the map is shown.
  • Page 43 Viewing the information of specified location You can check details of the current location or of the location pointed by the cross pointer. 1 Click the OK button on the map display. The Shortcut menu appears. 2 Select “Information” and click the OK button. Information of the current location, or of a specified location, appears.
  • Page 44: Finding A Destination On The Map

    Finding a destination on the map If you search the location you want to visit by scrolling the map, and select “Destination” in the Shortcut menu, you can specify your destination on the map. 1 Press the NAVI button. The map display appears. 2 Place the cross pointer on the place you want to set as your destination.
  • Page 45: Setting A Route To Your Destination

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Before setting your destination and route There are several methods for search for your destination, the operations common to each method will be explained in this section. Caution For safety reasons, these functions are not available while your car is in motion.
  • Page 46: Selecting The Area Where You Want To Search

    ■Selecting the area where you want to search Information on the disc is arranged by area. When searching for your destination, your Navi- gation System searches for it in the area currently selected. Therefore, if your destination is in another area, you must change the area setting before starting the destination search. (Once the area is selected, the Navigation System searches the destination in that area until the set- ting is altered.) Here, Address Search is given as an example:...
  • Page 47 3 Move the joystick to select the route. The list of the routes being calculated is displayed on the left side of the screen. On the bottom-left of the screen, the information on the route currently selected is shown. 1, 2, 3 The following information is displayed on this screen: 1.
  • Page 48 5 Click the OK button. The route you selected is accepted, and the map of your surroundings appears. When you start driving, the route guidance begins. ➲ If the above operations are not done within 30 seconds after the route calculation is completed and you have started your car, the route selected at the time is automati- cally chosen.
  • Page 49: Route Calculation To Your Home Location Or To Your Favorite Location

    Route Calculation to Your Home Location or to Your Favorite Location If your home location is registered, the route home can be calculated, by a single press of the button from the Main menu. Also, you can register one location, such as your workplace, as your favorite location, and the route is calculated in a similar way.
  • Page 50: Searching For Your Destination By Address

    Searching for your Destination by Address You can specify the address of your destination. The route to a specific intersection or street, or to the central part of the city, can be also calculated. (For the details of the operation, see “Basic Operation”...
  • Page 51 Searching your destination after specifying the name of city or settlement You can narrow down the searching candidates by initially specifying the name of city or settlement where your destination is located. After entering the name of city or settlement, select the name of city or settlement you want from the list.
  • Page 52 5 Select the area where your destination is located, and click the OK button. If the specified road is relatively long, and passes through several areas of the city or set- tlement, the list of the area appears. If the road is short, the list will not be displayed. Pro- ceed to Step 6.
  • Page 53: Finding Your Destination By Selecting The Type Of Facility

    Finding Your Destination by Selecting the Type of Facility Information about various facilities (Points Of Interest - POI), such as gas stations, amusement parks or restaurants is available. By selecting the category, you can search for a Point Of Inter- est.
  • Page 54: Finding Poi In Your Surroundings

    ➲ You can also narrow down the search range by initially specifying the name of city or settlement where your destination is located. For details, see “Searching your destina- tion after specifying the name of city or settlement” on page 49. ➲...
  • Page 55: Searching For Your Destination By Specifying The Telephone Number

    Searching for Your Destination by Specifying the Tele- phone Number If you know the telephone number of your destination, you can quickly search for your destina- tion by specifying the telephone number. 1 Select “New Destination” from Main menu, and select “Phone Number Search”. Click the OK button.
  • Page 56: Setting An Entrance Or Exit Of A Freeway As Your Destination

    Setting an Entrance or Exit of a Freeway as Your Destination You can set the entrance or exit of freeway as your destination. 1 Select “New Destination” from the Main menu, and then select “Freeway Search”. Click the OK button. The display for entering the name of the freeway appears.
  • Page 57: Checking The Set Route

    Checking the Set Route You can check information about the route between your current location and your destination. You can select two methods: checking the passing streets with a list; and checking the shape of the route by scrolling the map along the route. This function is not available if your car is away from the set route.
  • Page 58: Checking The Set Route With Text

    ■Checking the set route with text 1 Press the DETOUR button on the Remote Control for more than two seconds. The screen to select the checking method appears. 2 Select “Route Profile”and click the OK button. 3 Check the contents on the display. As necessary, move the joystick up or down to scroll the list.
  • Page 59: Guidance To Your Destination

    Chapter Guidance to Your Destination Route Guidance by Your Navigation System After setting the route, once you start your car, route guidance by display and voice begins. When you arrive at your destination, a message indicating the completion of route guidance appears, and the normal map display returns.
  • Page 60 If you stray from the route If, for any reason, you stray from the suggested route, you can automatically search the route to get back on track. This function is called “Auto Reroute”, and you can set it On or Off in the Settings menu.
  • Page 61: Confirming Traffic Information Ahead On The Set Route

    Confirming Traffic Information Ahead on the Set Route You can check the traffic information along the route received by this unit or search for a new route based on the traffic information. ➲ CUE road traffic information is not available unless the CUE Receiver sold separately is combined.
  • Page 62: When Confirming Traffic Information Manually

    ■When confirming traffic information manually When you press the GUIDE button on the Remote Control for more than three seconds, you can check traffic information about your route. When traffic information is received, the message asking whether to recalculate the route to avoid the traffic jam is displayed.
  • Page 63: Recalculating The Route To Your Destination

    Recalculating the Route to Your Destination You can recalculate the route to avoid a traffic jam or road works ahead. You can set the length of the area, and avoid just that area, or you can even search a new route from the current loca- tion to your destination.
  • Page 64: Cancelling The Route Guidance

    Cancelling the Route Guidance If you no longer need to go to your destination, or you want to set another location as your des- tination, carry out the following operations: ■Delete the current route, and cancel the route guidance If you no longer need route guidance, delete the current route, and cancel the route guidance. 1 Press the CANCEL ROUTE button on the Remote Control.
  • Page 65: Adding Way Points To The Current Route

    Adding Way Points to the Current Route You can select way points (locations you want to visit on the way to your destination) and you can recalculate the route to pass this location. ■Adding a way point You can set up to five way points. This is achieved as follows : 1 Specify the location you want to visit.
  • Page 66: Skipping A Way Point

    ■Skipping a way point You can opt for the next way point to be skipped, and the new route to be calculated accord- ingly. 1 Press the CANCEL ROUTE button on the Remote Control for more than two seconds. A message asking whether you want to skip the next way point appears. 2 Select “Yes”...
  • Page 67: Displaying Certain Points Of Interest On The Map

    Displaying Certain Points Of Interest on the Map Selected Points Of Interest (POI) in a certain category can be shown on the map, and you can check the location on the display while driving. 1 Select “Information” on Main menu, and then select “Overlay POI”. Click the OK but- ton.
  • Page 69: Utilizing Various Information

    Chapter Utilizing Various Information Editing the Address Book The Address Book stores information about the following types of location. You can edit the contents of the Address Book. • Last Destination - the destination whose route was set most recently. •...
  • Page 70 4 Select “Yes” and click the OK button. Alternative option: No : If you do not need to rename, select “No”. The name of the location registered in the Address Book is unchanged, and the Address Book menu appears. 5 Enter a new name; select “OK” and click the OK button. The name of the current location appears in the text box.
  • Page 71: Editing A Location's Information

    ■Editing a location’s information Select a location in the Address Book menu and move the joystick to the left: the Address Book Operate menu appears. If you edit the information of the locations stored in Last Desti- nation or Destination History, it is registered in Address Book as a Registered Location. To edit the information about the location: 1 Select “Address Book”...
  • Page 72 Entering or changing a phone number 1 Select “Edit Phone Number” and click the OK button. 2 Enter a phone number; select “OK” and click the OK button. The Address Information menu appears. ➲ To change a registered phone number, delete the existing number and then enter a new one.
  • Page 73: Deleting The Data In The Address Book

    ■Deleting the data in the Address Book You can delete items contained in the Address Book. You can also delete all the data at once. 1 In the Address Book menu, select the location to delete and move the joystick to the left.
  • Page 74: Confirming The Location Contained In The Address Book On The Map

    ■Confirming the location contained in the Address Book on the You can select a location in the Address Book and display its surroundings on the map. 1 Select the location to edit in the Address Book menu and move the joystick to the left.
  • Page 75: Registering Your Home And Your Favorite Location

    Registering Your Home and Your Favorite Location By registering your home and your favorite location, you can easily calculate the route by single press of a button from the Main menu. You might find it useful to register your workplace or a relative’s home as your favorite location.
  • Page 76 5 Select “Yes” and click the OK button. ➲ If renaming is not necessary, at this step, select “No” and click the OK button. The location is registered, and the Others menu appears. 6 After entering a new name, select “OK” and click the OK button. A message confirming the entered name appears, and a voice message confirming the pronunciation is played.
  • Page 77: Changing Or Deleting Your Home Or Your Favorite Location

    ■Changing or deleting your home or your favorite location Changing your favorite location is described next. 1 Select “Settings” in the Main menu, then select “Others” and “Go to <favorite loca- tion name>”. Click the OK button. If you click the OK button, a message confirming that you want to change a registered location appears.
  • Page 78: Registering A Password

    Registering a Password If you register a password, only those who know the password can use your Navigation System. 1 Select “Settings” in the Main menu, then select “Others” and “Password”. Click the OK button. 2 Enter a password. Carefully enter each character. A password must be between 6 and 24 characters (alpha- betic or numeric).
  • Page 79: Setting Areas To Avoid

    Setting Areas to Avoid If you register Areas to Avoid, such as crowded intersections or congested areas, routes can be calculated that avoid those areas. Areas to Avoid can be set from the Settings menu. Caution If “Display Areas to Avoid” is set to Off, route calculation will be performed without considering Area to Avoid.
  • Page 80: Changing Or Deleting An Area To Avoid

    5 After specifying an Area to Avoid, click the OK button. The Area to Avoid is enclosed in a red frame. Scroll the map to adjust the position of the red frame. 6 Select “Register” and click the OK button. The specified areas is registered as an Area to Avoid.
  • Page 81 On this display, you can select the following options: Rename : Changing a name. After entering a new name, select “OK” and click the OK button; the Route Guidance menu appears. Change : A specified area can be changed. For the next steps, see Step 2 onwards in the “Registering an Area to Avoid”...
  • Page 82: Using Cue Information

    Using CUE Information Using CUE, you can receive traffic information (pay service), weather information (free ser- vice), and news (free service) provided through FM broadcasts and confirm them on the screen. The traffic information is updated periodically. When you receive traffic information about your route, the Navigation System automatically displays the icons informing you of the traffic infor- mation.
  • Page 83: Checking The Status Of Cue Information

    ■Checking the status of CUE information The status of a variety of information obtained from CUE can be confirmed with the CUE information status icon indicated on the bottom right of the screen. The information status is shown by the color of the characters and display/non-display of the icon. Icon for traffic information Icon for news Icon for weather information...
  • Page 84 3 Once the information is checked, press the BACK button. A list of traffic information appears. ➲ The color of the letter “TRFC” displayed on the right bottom of the screen changes when traffic information is updated. ➲ If you try to confirm traffic information after the expiration date of PIN code has passed, the message informing that the traffic information cannot be used appears.
  • Page 85: Checking The Latest News

    ■Checking the latest news You can check the latest news provided by CUE. News is free. 1 In the Main menu, select “Information”, and “News & Information”. Click the OK but- ton. The latest news appears. 2 Check the information. ➲...
  • Page 86: Selecting The Radio Station

    4 Press the BACK button. A list of cities appears. ➲ The color of the letter “WTHR” displayed on the right bottom of the screen changes when the weather information is updated. The message automatically disappears after ten sec- onds. If desired, check the information. ■Selecting the radio station CUE-Receiver connected to this unit automatically tunes to the radio station to receive avail- able traffic information.
  • Page 87 Registering a radio station If you register frequently used stations in advance, you can easily tune to one from the list. This section describes how to register a radio station for the first time. 1 See Steps 1 and 2 in “Tuning to a radio station with good reception” above for select- ing a desired station.
  • Page 88: Checking The State Of Cue Reception And The Expiration Date Of The Pin Code

    ■Checking the state of CUE reception and the expiration date of the PIN code Here, the method of displaying the state of CUE reception and expiration date of PIN code on the screen is explained. 1 In the Main menu, select “Information”, “Tuner Menu” and “Cue Status”. Click the OK button.
  • Page 89: Using A Pc Card

    Using a PC Card You can store data in the Address Book in a PC card, which can also be read by this unit. It is very useful when you want to share the data in the Address Book with your friends or to store the data for backup.
  • Page 90: Storing The Data Of Registered Locations In The Pc Card

    ■Storing the data of registered locations in the PC card You can select any item registered in the Address Book and store the data in the PC card. Data can be stored in the corresponding group. A new group can be created. (However, if nothing is registered in Registered Locations in Address Book, you cannot use this function.) This section describes a method of creating a new group and storing the data of the registered location into the group.
  • Page 91: Loading Data From A Pc Card

    5 After entering a group name, select “OK” and click the OK button. The data of the registered location is stored in the entered group, and a map of your sur- roundings appears. ➲ If there is little or no space in the PC card or you have already stored 300 locations in a group, a message, “Memory is full”, or “You cannot store more than 300 items in the same group”...
  • Page 92: Deleting Pc Card Data

    ■Deleting PC card data You can delete data for a specified location or a whole group. (However,if there is no data of Registered Locations in the PC card, you cannot use this function.) 1 Select “Settings” in the Main menu, then select “PC Card ” and “Delete PC Card Data”.
  • Page 93: Changing Background Picture

    Changing Background Picture In the menu operation screen, you can indicate a picture you like on the background. Some pic- tures are already stored, but you can also use pictures (JPEG format data) created by a personal computer or a digital camera. The following two types of background pictures can be changed: •...
  • Page 94 6 Select a way of arranging the picture, and click the OK button. On this screen, you can select the following items: Center : Selected picture is displayed at the center of the screen. Repetition : Selected picture is patterned, and displayed as covering the whole screen. Once you click the OK button, changing of background picture starts.
  • Page 95: Changing Background Picture Stored On A Disc (av Background Only)

    ■Changing background picture stored on a disc (AV Background only) 1 Select “Settings”, “Background Picture Setting” from the Main menu, and click the OK button. Background Picture Setting menu is displayed. The picture selected at each screen is indi- cated on the right side of “AV Background” and “Navigation Background” items. 2 Select “AV Background”...
  • Page 96: Checking The Navigation Status

    Checking the Navigation Status The navigation status, including the driving status of a car, positioning status by satellite, learn- ing status of the 3D sensor, and cable connection status can be checked. ■Checking positioning information by satellite Your Navigation System uses positioning data transmitted from GPS satellites. GPS recep- tion status can be checked on the screen.
  • Page 97: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    ■Checking sensor learning status and driving status To improve the precision of navigation, the system learns the driving status of your car and stores the data in the internal memory. The learning status of the sensor can also be checked on the screen.
  • Page 98: Checking The Connections Of Leads And Installation Positions

    2 Push the BACK button. The previous screen appears. To clear the memory... If you want to delete the memorised learning contents of “Distance”, “Speed”, or “Learning Status”, perform the following procedure: 1 Select the item you want to delete, and click the OK button. 2 While “Clear”...
  • Page 99 7. Back Signal When the shift lever is shifted to “R”, the signal switches to “High” or “Low”. Check that it is properly displayed when the selector lever is shifted with the brake pedal depressed if the reversegear signal input lead (see “Installation Manual”) is connected. 8.
  • Page 101: Customizing Your Navigation System

    Chapter Customizing Your Navigation System Modifying the Default Settings You can tailor default settings such as navigation functions and information display for ease of use. The following example describes how to change settings. In this example, the “Avoid Freeway” function under “Route Guidance” settings is turned off. 1 Select “Settings”...
  • Page 102: Items Users Can Change

    Items Users can Change The Settings menu contains the Route Guidance, Map Display, Hardware, Others, CUE [Traffic Information], and PC Card , Background Picture Setting menus. If you select a menu name in the Settings menu, an equivalent menu appears. In the menu screen, the contents of the current setting is shown on the right-hand side of each item.
  • Page 103: Voice Guidance

    KM / Mile Setting This setting controls the unit of distance displayed on your Navigation System. KM * : Show distances in kilometers. Mile : Show distances in miles. Miles & Yards : Show distances in miles and yards. Close-up of Intersection This setting enables to switch to an enlarged map around the point when your car is approaching to an intersection, entrance/exit of freeway, or a junction.
  • Page 104: Map Display Menu

    ■Map Display menu Map Orientation This setting controls whether the map is shown with the driving direction upward, or with North at the top. Heading Up* : To ensure that the driving direction always faces up, the map automati- cally rotates according to the direction of your car. North Up : The map is always displayed with North at the top.
  • Page 105: Hardware Menu

    Type A* : Non-interlaced type. (When using Pioneer’s display, choose this setting.) Type B : Interlaced type. ➲ You can set this either On or Off if the Pioneer AV Receiver is connected to this unit using a 26 pin RGB cable. ■Others menu Demo Mode This is a demonstration function for shops.
  • Page 106: Clock Adjustment

    Clock Adjustment Adjusts the systems clock to coincide with Daylight Saving Time (DST). The time difference (+, -) between the time originally set in this unit (Pacific Standard Time) and the current loca- tion of your car is set here. (For details, see “Installing the Program” on page 25.) On : DST is taken into account.
  • Page 107: Language Selection

    Language Selection The language displayed can be set (see “Installing the Program” on page 25). Once you change the language, installation of the program starts. Caution Once the installation of the program starts, do not stop the engine of your car and switch off the Navigation System until the installation is completed and the map of your surroundings appears.
  • Page 108: Cue [traffic Information] Menu

    ■CUE [Traffic Information] menu Auto Traffic Reroute This section controls whether the system automatically recalculates the route to avoid a traffic jam. (For details, see “Avoiding traffic ahead on the set route” on page 59.) On* : Route is automatically recalculated. Off : Route is not recalculated.
  • Page 109: Combining And Using Pioneer Av Equipment

    Before Using Described in this section is the information you need to understand before using the Naviga- tion System combined with the Pioneer AV Head Unit and the Remote Control operational instruction. ■Characteristics of the Navigation System when combined with...
  • Page 110: How To Use The Remote Control

    OFF. If the reset button is pressed while ACC is ON, it may not work properly. ■ How to use the Remote Control When operating the Pioneer DVD player* combined with the AV Head Unit, switch the Remote Control operation mode to “AUDIO”. When the operation mode is set to “AUDIO”, the operations for pioneer DVD player become possible with this remote control.
  • Page 111 Returns you to the previous display. (7) DISP button When the operation mode switch is set to “NAVI”, the display of the Pioneer AV Head Unit screen is switched over. When the operation mode switch is set to “AUDIO” or “DVD”, display an Information Dis- play of DVD.
  • Page 112 • When the Dipswitch 4 is ON, the volume of the voice guidance of the Navigation System is adjusted. • When the Dipswitch 4 is OFF, the volume of Pioneer Head Unit is adjusted. If the dial is pressed, the volume is reduced to around 1/10th of the volume (ATT function). When pressed again, the volume returns to its previous level.
  • Page 113 When you turn the dial downwards, the volume decreases. Turning it upwards increases the volume. The volume of Pioneer Head Unit is adjusted. If the dial is pressed, the volume is reduced to around 1/ 10th of the volume (ATT function). When pressed again, the volume returns to its previous level.
  • Page 114 E (GUIDE) button (20) E During DVD-video playback, press this to move frame-by-frame. (21) Numeric keypad Use this keypad for entering numbers such as chapter numbers. (22) CLEAR button This is used when canceling numbers entered such as chapter numbers. (23) AUDIO [•] button This button is used for switching voice (language used for voice, recording type) when oper- ating DVD player.
  • Page 115: Basic Operation When Pioneer Av Equipment Is Combined

    Basic Operation When Pioneer AV Equipment Is Com- bined This section describes how to switch the source and screen. In addition, a basic operational flow for each source is also described. The operation method for each source is almost the same as the basic operational flow described in this section.
  • Page 116: Switching The Screen

    ■Switching the screen 1 Press the NAVI/AV button to select the display mode. As you press the NAVI/AV button, the map screen of the Navigation System or the dis- play of the audio are selected. (Map screen of the Navigation System) (Audio operation screen) NAVI/AV button...
  • Page 117: Displaying Information Screen

    ■Displaying information screen 1 The operation mode switch is set to “NAVI”. 2 Press the DISP button and switch the screen display. If you press the DISP button while using the navigation display the information plate for source appears at the bottom of the screen. If you repeat this operation this display will appear and disappear.
  • Page 118 2 Press the A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The menu of selected source appears. ➲ Menus displayed on the screen differ according to the selected source. (1) SOURCE name (2) You can operate the functions of each source. (3) Audio is adjusted. (4) Other settings are performed.
  • Page 119: Tuner

    TUNER These are the basic steps necessary to operate the radio. More advanced tuner operation is explained starting on page 118. ➲ This cannot be used unless AV Head Unit is combined and the source unit is connected by IP-BUS. NAVI/AV button BAND...
  • Page 120: Displaying The Tuner Menu

    ■Displaying the TUNER MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is TUNER. 2 Select “TUNER” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The TUNER MENU is displayed as follows: BSM (BEST STATIONS MEMORY), LOCAL, P.CH MEMORY ➲ Select “BACK” in the MENU display or press BACK/FUNC button to return to the previ- ous display.
  • Page 121: 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. 1 Press 5 or ∞ in the TUNER MENU to select “LOCAL”, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. 2 Press 2 2 2 2 or 3 3 3 3 to set the sensitivity. There are four levels of sensitivity for FM and two levels for AM : FM : OFF - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 AM : OFF - 1 - 2...
  • Page 122: Compact Disc (avh-p6400cd Only)

    COMPACT DISC (AVH-P6400CD only) These are the basic steps necessary to play a CD. More advanced CD operation is explained starting on page 121. ➲ This cannot be used unless AV Head Unit is combined and the source unit is connected by IP-BUS.
  • Page 123: Displaying The Compact Disc Menu

    ■Displaying the COMPACT DISC MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is CD. 2 Select “COMPACT DISC” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The COMPACT DISC MENU is displayed as follows: REPEAT, RANDOM, SCAN, TRACK LIST, PAUSE, TITLE EDIT You can operate a desired function. For details, refer to the pages for each of the func- tions.
  • Page 124: Scanning Tracks Of A Cd

    ■Scanning tracks of a CD Scan play lets you hear the first 10 seconds of each track on the CD. 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “SCAN” from the COMPACT DISC MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. 2 Press 5 to turn scan play on. The first 10 seconds of each track is played.
  • Page 125: Using Disc Title Functions

    ■Using disc title functions You can input CD titles and display the title. The next time you insert a CD for which you have entered a title, the title of that CD will be displayed. Entering disc title Disc title input lets you input CD titles up to 10 letters long and up to 48 disc titles into the CD player.
  • Page 126: Multi-cd

    MULTI-CD You can use Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to control a multi-CD player, which is sold separately. These are the basic steps necessary to play a CD with your multi-CD player. More advanced CD operation is explained starting on page 125.
  • Page 127: 50-disc Multi-cd Player

    ■50-disc multi-CD player Only those functions described in this manual are supported for 50-disc multi-CD players. ■Displaying the MULTI-CD MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is M-CD. 2 Select “MULTI-CD” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The MULTI-CD MENU is displayed as follows: REPEAT, RANDOM, SCAN, TRACK LIST, PAUSE, COMP (COMPRESSION), ITS (INSTANT TRACK SELECTION) PLAY , ITS (INSTANT TRACK SELECTION) MEMORY, TITLE EDIT...
  • Page 128: Playing Tracks In A Random Order

    ■Playing tracks in a random order Random play lets you play back tracks in a random order within the repeat range, MAGA- ZINE (multi- CD player repeat) and DISC (disc repeat). 1 Select the repeat range. ➲ Refer to “Repeating play” on page 125. 2 Press 5 or ∞...
  • Page 129: Playing Back From The Track List

    ■Playing back from the track list When playing CD TEXT discs, you can select and playback tracks from the title’s displayed track list. ➲ This function is available only when CD TEXT disc is played with a Multi-CD Player, with CD TEXT disc playback function.
  • Page 130 Creating a playlist with ITS programming You can use ITS to enter and playback up to 99 tracks per disc, up to 100 discs (with the disc title). (With multi-CD players sold before the CDX-P1250 and CDX-P650, up to 24 tracks can be stored in the playlist.) When using a multi-CD player that does not feature an ITS function, you cannot select “ITS PLAY”.
  • Page 131 Playback from your ITS playlist ITS play lets you listen to the tracks that you have entered into your ITS playlist. When you turn on ITS play, tracks from your ITS playlist in the multi-CD player will begin to play. 1 Select the repeat range.
  • Page 132: Using Disc Title Functions

    ■Using disc title functions You can input CD titles and display the title. Then you can easily search for and select a desired disc for play. Entering disc titles Disc title input lets you input CD titles up to 10 letters long and up to 100 disc titles into the multi-CD player.
  • Page 133: Using Cd Text Functions

    Displaying disc titles You can display the title of any disc that has had a disc title entered. 1 Press DISP button. Press DISP button repeatedly to switch between the following settings: PLAYBACK MODE (play time) - Disc List When you select Disc List, the title of the discs set in multi-CD player is shown in the display.
  • Page 134: Dab Tuner

    DAB TUNER The following explains how to use Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to control a DAB tuner, which is sold separately. For details of DAB tuner-specific operation/fea- tures, see your DAB tuner’s manual. ➲ This cannot be used unless AV Head Unit is combined and the source unit is connected by IP-BUS.
  • Page 135: How To Listen To Dab

    The tuner automatically memorizes the three latest dynamic label received, replacing text from the least recent reception with new text when it is received. Displaying dynamic label 1 Press PAUSE on the Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to display dynamic label. ➲...
  • Page 136: Displaying The Dab Tuner Menu

    ■Displaying the DAB TUNER MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is DAB. 2 Select “DAB TUNER” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The DAB TUNER MENU is displayed as follows: AS (ANNOUNCEMENT SUPPORT), AVAILABLE SERVICE LIST, AVAILABLE PTY SEARCH, PRIMARY/SECONDARY, P.CH RECALL/MEMORY You can operate a desired function.
  • Page 137: Setting The Announcement Support Interruption

    ■Setting the announcement support interruption Even when listening to non-DAB sources, the Announcement Support Function lets you auto- matically listen to set Announcement Support. When the interrupting announcement ends, play returns to the original source. When listening to a DAB broadcast, you can switch setting for announcement interruption ON/OFF, except for Alarm announcements.
  • Page 138: Searching The Available Pty

    ➲ Available PTY search function is different from PTY search function. With Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400), you can operate only the available PTY search. 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “AVAILABLE PTY SEARCH” from the DAB TUNER MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button.
  • Page 139: Tv Tuner

    TV TUNER The following explains how to use Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to control a TV tuner, which is sold separately. ➲ This cannot be used unless AV Head Unit is combined and the source unit is connected by IP-BUS.
  • Page 140: Displaying The Tv Tuner Menu

    ■Displaying the TV TUNER MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is TV. 2 Select “TV TUNER” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The TV TUNER MENU is displayed as follows: BSSM (BEST STATIONS SEQUENTIAL MEMORY), P.CH MEMORY You can operate a desired function. For details, refer to the pages for each of the func- tions.
  • Page 141: Storing Broadcast Stations

    ■Storing broadcast stations 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “P.CH MEMORY” from the TV TUNER MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. 2 Pressing 2 or 3 for one second enables fine frequency adjustment. 3 Press 5 or ∞ to select the Preset No. you want to use to memorize. Press 2 or 3 for two or more seconds.
  • Page 142: Dvd

    The following explains how to use Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to control a DVD, which is sold separately. For details of DVD player or Muti-DVD player opera- tion/features, see your product’s manual. ➲ This cannot be used unless AV Head Unit is combined and the source unit is connected by IP-BUS.
  • Page 143: Displaying The Dvd Menu

    Time, and switch the audio, subtitle and angle settings. ➲ You can also specify Title, Chapter and Time with Information Display 2. With Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400), Track up/down does not work with the Multi- DVD player.
  • Page 144: Chapter And Track Advance/return

    ■Chapter and Track Advance/Return Skipping to the Next Chapter/Track. 1 During play, move the NEXT/PREV control to NEXT side once. ■Returning to the Previous Chapter/Track 1 During play, move the NEXT/PREV control to PREV side once. You return to the beginning of the current chapter/track. Move the NEXT/PREV control to PREV side twice in succession takes you to the begin- ning of the chapter/track before the current chapter/track.
  • Page 145: Disc Fast Forward/reverse

    ■Disc Fast Forward/Reverse Fast Forward 1 During play, move the control stick right. 2 Release the control stick at the point you want to watch/listen. Playback resumes from that point. ➲ If you continue pushing the control stick right for 5 seconds, the color of the fast forward mark changes from white to blue.
  • Page 146: Operating Using Information Display 1

    Slow Motion Playback This lets you slow down playback speed. 1 Press E E (GUIDE) button for 1 second during playback. To return to normal playback, move the control stick up. ➲ There is no sound during Still, Frame-by-Frame or Slow Motion playback. ➲...
  • Page 147: Operating With Information Display 2

    Switching audio, subtitle and angle You can change audio, subtitle and angle if that information is recorded on the disc. 1 Push the joystick left/right to select AUDIO, S.TITLE or ANGLE in Information Display The selected item is indicated in green. 2 Push the joystick up/down to select a desired setting, and press.
  • Page 148: How To Listen To The Xm

    You can use Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) with a separately sold Uni- versal XM satellite digital tuner system (GEX-FM903XM) or XM satellite digital tuner (GEX- P900XM). For details concerning operation, refer to the XM tuner’s operation manuals. This section provides information on XM operations with Pioneer AV Head Unit which differs from that described in the XM tuner’s operation manual.
  • Page 149: Displaying The Xm Menu

    ■Displaying the XM MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button when source is XM. 2 Select “XM TUNER” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The XM MENU is displayed as follows: CH.SELECT MODE, P.CH RECALL, P.CH MEMORY You can operate a desired function. For details, refer to the pages for each of the functions. ➲...
  • Page 150: Storing The Channel

    ■Storing the channel Once stored in memory, you can easily select a desired channel from the P.CH RECALL. 1 Press 5 5 5 5 or ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ to select “P.CH MEMORY” from the XM TUNER MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button.
  • Page 151: Other Sources

    Other sources VIDEO External ■When source is EXT 1-6 KEY 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “1-6 KEY”, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. 2 Press 2 or 3 to select the desired key number. 3 Press 5 or ∞ to transmit signals of key command. FUNCTION1~4 1 Press 5 or ∞...
  • Page 152: When Source Is Aux

    ■When source is AUX NAME EDIT 1 Select “NAME EDIT” and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. 2 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button to select the desired character type. Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button repeatedly to switch between the following character type: Alphabet(upper case), Number and Symbols-Alphabet(lower case) 3 Press 5or ∞...
  • Page 153: Audio Adjustments

    Audio Adjustments The display for AUDIO MENU is the same regardless of which source you operate from. ■Displaying the AUDIO MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button in each source display. MENU is displayed. 2 Press 5 or ∞ to select “AUDIO”, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The AUDIO MENU is displayed as follows: FADER/BALANCE (fader/balance adjustment), EQUALIZER MENU (equalizer curve adjustment), BASS (bass), TREBLE (treble), LOUDNESS (loudness), SUB WOOFER...
  • Page 154: Setting The Sound Focus Equalizer

    For both FRONT1 and FRONT2 the H setting provides a more pronounced effect than the L setting. 1 Press SFEQ on Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to select the desired SFEQ mode. FRONT1-H - FRONT 1-L - FRONT 2-H - FRONT2-L - CUSTOM - OFF 2 Press 2 or 3 to select the desired position.
  • Page 155: Using The Equalizer

    FLAT and a set equalizer curve. 1 Press EQ on Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) to select the equal- izer. Press EQ on Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) repeatedly to switch between the following equalizer.
  • Page 156: Adjusting Bass

    Adjusting equalizer curves You can adjust the currently selected equalizer curve setting as desired. Adjusted equalizer curve settings are memorized in CUSTOM1 or CUSTOM2. Level (dB) Q=2W Q=2N Center frequency Frequency (Hz) 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “EQUALIZER MENU” from the AUDIO MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button.
  • Page 157: Adjusting Treble

    4 Press ∞ to turn loudness off. ■Using subwoofer output Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) is equipped with a subwoofer output which can be switched on or off. 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “SUB WOOFER” from the AUDIO MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button.
  • Page 158: Using Non Fading Output

    Only frequencies lower than those in the selected range are output from the subwoofer. ■Using non fading output When the non fading output setting is on, the audio signal does not pass through Pioneer AV Head Unit’s (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400) low pass filter (for the subwoofer), but is output through the RCA output.
  • Page 159: Adjusting Source Levels

    ■Adjusting source levels SLA (Source level adjustment) lets you adjust the volume level of each source to prevent rad- ical changes in volume when switching between sources. ➲ Settings are based on the volume level of the FM tuner, which remains unchanged. 1 Compare the FM tuner volume level with the level of the source you wish to adjust.
  • Page 160: Initial Settings

    Initial Settings Initial settings lets you perform initial set up of different settings for Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400). ■Displaying the INITIAL SETTINGS MENU 1 Press SOURCE button and hold until the source off. 2 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button and the OFF SOURCE MENU is displayed.
  • Page 161: Setting The Rear Output And Subwoofer Controller

    TROL:EXTERNAL. ■Switching the Telephone Muting/Attenuation When a call is made or received using a cellular telephone connected to Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD or AVH-P6400), when there is a navigation guidance, you can select between muting and attenuation when using the Handsfree Telephone Unit.
  • Page 162: Other Functions

    Other Functions Customize the settings to suit your taste and environment. ■Displaying the SET UP MENU 1 Press A.MENU (AUDIO) button in each source display. 2 Press 5 or ∞ to select “SETUP”, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button. The SETUP MENU is displayed as follows: VIDEO SETTING, AUTO FLAP, REAR MONITOR You can operate a desired function.
  • Page 163: Setting The Automatic Open Mode

    3 Press 3 to select the auto. Press 3 until the OPEN/CLOSE:AUTO setting appears in the display. With auto setting, the display automatically opens or closes when power to Pioneer AV Head Unit (AVH- P6400CD or AVH-P6400) is switched ON.
  • Page 164: Switching The Image Of Rear Display

    ■Switching the image of rear display When rear display is combined, you can select either showing navigation images on rear dis- play or the images of each source. 1 Press 5 or ∞ to select “REAR MONITOR” from the SETUP MENU, and press A.MENU (AUDIO) button.
  • Page 165: Calling Radio Stations Or Tv Stations By Voice

    Calling Radio Stations or TV Stations by Voice When the AV Head Unit (AVH-P6400CD, AVH-P6400) is combined, you can store the radio frequency or TV channel you are receiving by assigning names to them, and calling them by voice. (You can store 24 stations in Memory 0 to 23 for TUNER, and 12 stations in Memory 24 to 35 for TV.) 1 Press SOURCE button to select TUNER or TV source.
  • Page 166 7 If the pronunciation is correct, select “Yes” and click the OK button. The details you set are registered, and the Memory list appears. Now you can use the sta- tions or channels stored for voice recognition. ➲ Information on the frequencies or channels stored here is used only for voice recognition. It is not displayed on other screens.
  • Page 167: Operating Your Navigation System With Voice

    Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Basics of Voice Operation Your Pioneer Navigation System comes with the latest in voice recognition technology. You can use voice commands to operate many of its functions. This chapter describes where you can use voice commands, and also what commands the system accepts.
  • Page 168: Operating By Only Voice When The Navigation System Is Started

    ■Operating by only voice when the Navigation System is started If you set “Auto Voice Recognition” in the Settings menu “ON”, you can operate from enter- ing the password up to route setting by only voice after the engine of your car is started (only when the route is not set).
  • Page 169: Available Voice Commands Related To Audio

    ■Available voice commands related to audio Common to each source EQ UP, EQ Down, CD, Tuner, Multi CD, DVD, XM, DAB, Source by NAVI, TV, Video IN, Auxiliary, Source On, Source Off, Display NAVI, Display AV, Back, Repeat For TUNER source AM, FM, Preset 1-6, Seek Up, Seek Down, Start BSM, [registered name], Next Page, Previ- ous Page For CD source...
  • Page 170: If You Are Not Used To Voice Operation

    ■If you are not used to voice operation While you are still learning voice operation features, and want to use voice commands, it is recommended that you first park your car in a safe place and look at the commands shown by the Voice Help menu.
  • Page 171: An Example Of Voice Operation

    ■An example of voice operation When using the voice command, it is important to get the timing correct. Before speaking, you must first wait for the “Please request command” message. After the message is played, a Beep tone indicates that it is now your turn to speak, and the mark showing that you can speak is displayed.
  • Page 172 4 Say “Gas Station”. The map of the nearest gas station is shown. The message, “Would you like to stop by?” follows. 5 After confirming the location, say “Yes”. With the location shown on the map set as the destination (or way point), the route calcu- lation starts.
  • Page 173: Tips For Voice Operation

    ➲ If you have a Pioneer AV Head Unit (except AVH-P6400CD and AVH-P6400) with a muting function (one that has an Yellow/black lead), the volume will automatically be reduced when you give a voice command (see “Voice Recognition Mute” on page 103).
  • Page 175: Appendix

    Appendix Positioning Technology The Navigation System accurately measures your current location by combining the positioning by GPS and by Dead Reckoning. Positioning by GPS The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a network of satellites orbiting the Earth. Each of the satel- lites, which orbit at a height of xxxfeet (21,000)km, continually broadcasts radio signals giving time and position information.
  • Page 176 How do GPS and dead reckoning work together? For maximum accuracy, your Navigation System continually compares GPS data with your estimated position as calculated from the data of 3D Hybrid Sensor. However, if only the data from the 3D Hybrid Sensor is available for a long period, positioning errors are gradually compounded until the estimated position becomes unreliable.
  • Page 177: Handling Large Errors

    Handling Large Errors Positioning errors are kept to a minimum by combining GPS, Dead Reckoning, and map matching. How- ever, in some situations, these functions may not work properly, and the error may become bigger. ■ When the positioning by GPS is impossible •...
  • Page 178: Conditions Likely To Cause Noticeable Positioning Errors

    ■ Conditions likely to cause noticeable positioning errors Certain conditions are more likely to cause discrepancies between your actual position and the location shown on the map display. • If you make a shallow turn • If there is a parallel road •...
  • Page 179: Troubleshooting

    While this list is not comprehensive, it should answer your most common problems. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. You cannot position your car on the map or the positioning error is large.
  • Page 180 The daylight display is used even when the car lights are on. Possible causes: (1) “Daytime Map” is selected on “Day/Night Map Display.” (2) The Orange/white lead is not connected. Solutions: (1) Check the “Day/Night Map Display” setting (see “Day/Night Map Display” on page 102) and make sure “Nighttime Map”...
  • Page 181 When the screen is frozen... Park your car at a safe place, and cut the engine off. Turn the ignition key back to “Acc off”. Then start the engine again, and turn the power to the main unit back on. If this does not solve the problem, press the reset button on the main unit.
  • Page 182: Messages And How To React To Them

    If the Navigation unit does not receive the car speed pulse. What to do: Consult your Pioneer dealer. (4) “Speed pulse wire is not connected. System will start to learn without speed pulse. Please keep in mind that accuracy is not fully ensured without speed pulse.”...
  • Page 183 When: Abnormal output of Gyrosensor is detected. What to do: Note down the error code shown on the screen; turn off the power, and then contact your nearest Pioneer service facility. (8)“Your route could not be found.” When: If the distance to the destination is too far and cannot be set.
  • Page 184 (13)“Memory is Full.” When: When there is no more free space in the PC card. What to do: Delete unnecessary data. (14)“Initialization failed. Returning to PC card menu.” When: Your Navigation System could not initialize the PC card for some reason. What to do: Try the initialization again.
  • Page 185: Route Setting Information

    Route Setting Information ■ Route search specifications Your Navigation System sets a route to your destination by applying certain built-in rules to the map data. This section provides some useful information about how a route is set. Caution When a route is calculated, the route and voice guidance for the route is auto- matically set.
  • Page 186: Route Highlighting

    • Pioneer does not bear responsibility for the accuracy of the information transmitted. • Pioneer does not bear responsibility for changes to information services provided by broadcast- ing stations or by related companies, such as cancellation of the services or changing to pay-...
  • Page 187: Copyright

    Copyright ©1993-2001 Navigation Technologies B. V. All rights reserved Canada: This data includes information taken with permission from Canadian authorities, including © Her Maj- esty the Queen in Right of Canada, © Queen’s Printer for Ontario. © GDT, Geographic Data Technology, Inc. All rights reserved ©...
  • Page 188 Limited Guidance Areas : These areas exist in the United States map database only. Any area that is not included in the detailed area list is a limited guidance area. These areas include the road maps but may not contain complete road network attribute information.
  • Page 189: Dvd Operation Reference Table (for Sdv-p7, Xdv-p9, Xdv-p90)

    DVD Operation Reference Table (For SDV-P7, XDV-P9, XDV-P90) The operation of a Pioneer DVD player varies slightly according to the model. Refer to the following table for operation. ■ For CD playback Playback : Automatic Fast Forward : Push the Control Stick to the right and hold...
  • Page 190: Glossary

    Glossary This glossary explains some of the terms used in the manual. 3D Hybrid sensor The built-in sensor which enables the system to estimate your car’s position. A learning function increases its accuracy and two sets of learning data can be stored in memory. Address Book A list of previously searched destinations, way points and locations registered manually.
  • Page 191 Route setting The process of determining the ideal route to a specific location; route setting is done automatically by the system when you specify a destination. Set route The route marked out by the system to your destination. It is highlighted in bright green on the map. Tracking Marks on the map indicating the route you have traveled.
  • Page 192: Display Information

    Display Information If there are too many characters used for an item, it may not be displayed on a single screen. If this is the case, the string will be followed by “...” indicating that it continues. Main menu New Destination Address Book Return Home (P.47, 73) Go to ...
  • Page 193 Settings menu Route Guidance (P.100) Map Display (P.102) Hardware (P.103) Others (P.103) CUE [Traffic Information] (P.80, 106) PC Card (P.87) Background Picture Setting (P.91) Route Guidance menu (1) Auto Reroute (P.100) Designate Areas to Avoid (P.77, 100) Number of Routes (P.44, 100) Fastest/Shortest (P.45, 100) Avoid Freeway (P.45, 100) Avoid Ferry (P.100)
  • Page 194 Others menu (2) Travel Time Display (P.104) Password (P.29, 76) Help Menu (P.104) Voice Recognition Help (P.104) Language Selection (P.26, 105) Return Home (P.47, 73) Others menu (3) Go to ... (P.47, 73) Modify Current Location (P.105) Adjust Display Position (P.105) Tuner Registration (P.105, 163) TV Registration (P.105, 163) CUE [Traffic Information] menu...
  • Page 195 Information menu Route Information (P.56) Location Status (P.94) Traffic Information (P.81) News & Information (P.83) Weather Report (P.83) Overlay POI (P.65) Tuner Menu (P.84) Route Information menu Route Profile (P.56) Route Scroll (P.55) Location Status menu GPS Status (P.94) 3D Sensor Status (P.95) Connection Status (P.96)
  • Page 198 ✁ MEMO Write your registered password here; remove this page from the manual, and store it in a safe place. CAUTION:Never leave any note of your password in your car.
  • Page 200 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R OP2, Canada Copyright © 2002 by Pioneer Corporation. TEL: (905) 479-4411 All rights reserved. PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V. Publication de Pioneer Corporation. San Lorenzo 1009 3er. Piso Desp. 302 Copyright © 2002 Pioneer Corporation.

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