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HDD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION SERVER
AVIC-Z3
Notice to all users:
This software requires that the navigation system is
properly connected to your vehicle's parking brake and
depending on your vehicle, additional installation may
be required. For more information, please contact your
Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at
(800) 421-1404.
English

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  • Page 1: Operation Manual

    This software requires that the navigation system is properly connected to your vehicle’s parking brake and depending on your vehicle, additional installation may be required. For more information, please contact your Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at (800) 421-1404. English...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    10 Canceling the Route Guidance 33 License Agreement 11 Modifying the Route Calculation – PIONEER AVIC-Z3 - for U.S.A. 11 Conditions 34 – PIONEER AVIC-Z3 - for Canada 13 – Items that users can operate 34 –...
  • Page 3 Contents – Scroll the map to the location you want – Deleting a POI shortcut 57 to see 43 Registering and Editing Locations – Shortcut menu 45 Registering Locations Overview 58 Modifying Map Configurations Registering your home and your favorite Entering the Map Menu 46 location 58 Registering a Location into “Address...
  • Page 4 Contents – Checking the information registered as – Correcting the installation angle 92 – Checking the device and version Emergency Info 73 – Searching for car service in an information 92 – Checking the hard disk emergency 74 – Registering user information 75 information 92 Setting the Vehicle Dynamics Display 76 Registering the Home Location and Favorite...
  • Page 5 Contents – Searching for a desired scene, starting Selecting [XM] as the source 123 – Screen configuration 123 playback from a specified time 106 – Entering the numerical – Touch panel key operation 124 – Display the Radio ID 125 commands 106 –...
  • Page 6 Contents – Selecting [AV INPUT] as the – Switching the muting/attenuation source 139 timing 150 – Switching the muting/attenuation Operating the External Unit 139 – Selecting [EXT 1] or [EXT 2] as the level 151 – Changing the voice output of the source 139 –...
  • Page 7 Contents – After checking traffic information – DVD discs and other DVD media manually 167 types 199 – Location screen (A) and (B) 167 – About playing DualDisc 199 – About AVCHD recorded discs 199 Other Voice Commands 168 – Other voice commands for navigation –...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    Index DVD drive or operate the Pioneer audio equip- The section at the end of this manual provides ment connected to the navigation system. an index. See each term to find the main pages where it is stated.
  • Page 9 8 Using Traffic Information e Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) When Pioneer XM satellite radio tuner (GEX- This chapter describes the audio source op- P10XMT) is connected to the navigation sys- erations that can be used when an XM satel-...
  • Page 10: Terminology

    Chapter Introduction j Appendix junction with this navigation unit will be referred to as the “Rear Display”. Please read the appendix to learn more about your navigation system and informa- “Video image” tion such as the availability of after-care. “Video image” in this manual indicates the Please see “Display Information”...
  • Page 11: License Agreement

    (INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE, AND ANY The Software and related documentation WRITTEN MATERIALS) WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS are provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND OF RECEIPT OF THE PRODUCTS, TO THE ITS LICENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provi- AUTHORIZED PIONEER DEALER FROM sions 2 and 3, Pioneer and its licensor(s) WHICH YOU PURCHASED THEM.
  • Page 12 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY will be exported outside the United States except as authorized and as permitted by IN NO EVENT SHALL PIONEER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, CLAIM OR LOSS IN- the laws and regulations of the United CURRED BY YOU (INCLUDING, WITHOUT States.
  • Page 13: Pioneer Avic-Z3 - For Canada

    Pioneer and you regarding its subject mat- for your own personal use or for internal ter. No change in this Agreement shall be ef- use by your business, only on such Pioneer fective unless agreed to in writing by products.
  • Page 14 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY TION BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILI- The Software and related documentation are provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND TY, MISREPRESENTATION, AND OTHER ITS LICENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provi- TORTS. IF PIONEER’S WARRANTY DISCLAI-...
  • Page 15: Terms And Conditions For The Tele Atlas Data

    Terms and Conditions for the This is the entire Agreement between Tele Atlas Data Pioneer and you regarding its subject mat- THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT (THE “AGREE- ter. No change in this Agreement shall be ef- MENT”) BETWEEN YOU, THE END USER, AND fective unless agreed to in writing by TELE ATLAS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
  • Page 16 Chapter Introduction Warranty Disclaimer. Indemnity. THE DATA IS PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” You agree to indemnify, defend and hold AND “WITH ALL FAULTS BASIS” AND TELE Tele Atlas, its Licensors, and its Suppliers ATLAS AND ITS SUPPLIERS EXPRESSLY (including their respective licensors, suppli- DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR ers, assignees, subsidiaries, affiliated com- IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED...
  • Page 17 Chapter Introduction U.S. Government Rights. Freedom of Information Act, or equivalent, If you are an agency, department, or other which permits public access and/or repro- entity of the United States Government, or duction or use of the Data. In the event that funded in whole or in part by the United such exemption is challenged under any States Government, then use, duplication,...
  • Page 18: About The Data For The Map Database

    Chapter Introduction You are prohibited from combining or mer- ways made after that time may not be re- ging the POIs with any other POI data. The flected in this database. POIs shall be maintained in such a way ! It is strictly prohibited to reproduce and use that they are separately identifiable from all any part or the whole of this map in any other POI data at all times.
  • Page 19: About Gracenote

    Chapter Introduction Data by Info USA ©2007 All Rights Reserved. (“Gracenote”). The software from Gracenote (the “Gracenote Software”) enables this appli- cation to perform disc and/or file identification and obtain music-related information, includ- ing name, artist, track, and title information (“Gracenote Data”) from online servers or em- bedded databases (collectively, “Gracenote Servers”) and to perform other functions.
  • Page 20 Chapter Introduction The Gracenote Software and each item of Gracenote Data are licensed to you “AS IS.” Gracenote makes no representations or war- ranties, express or implied, regarding the ac- curacy of any Gracenote Data from in the Gracenote Servers. Gracenote reserves the right to delete data from the Gracenote Ser- vers or to change data categories for any cause that Gracenote deems sufficient.
  • Page 21: Before Using The System

    Chapter Before Using the System p Never allow others to use the system un- Important Safety Information less they have read and understood the op- Before using your navigation system, be sure erating instructions. to read and fully understand the following p Never use this navigation system to route safety information: to hospitals, police stations or similar facil-...
  • Page 22: Additional Safety Information

    Chapter Before Using the System p Please remember to wear your seat belt at CAUTION all times while operating your vehicle. If ! Accuracy/performance of interlock may be im- you are ever in an accident, your injuries pacted by such factors as GPS signal detec- can be considerably more severe if your tion, speed pulse wire connectivity, and seat belt is not properly buckled.
  • Page 23 Chapter Before Using the System Variety of view modes images can be set as a background or splash Various types of screen display can be se- screen, or as a picture in an address book or lected for navigation guidance. phone book entry.
  • Page 24: About Xm Navtraffic Service And Pioneer Navigation

    Points about recording minutes to display all of the available data. p Pioneer does not compensate for the con- p The information content depends on the in- tents that could not be recorded or any loss...
  • Page 25: Data Saved Or Recorded By The Customer

    Chapter Before Using the System Data saved or recorded by the After-sales service for Pioneer products customer Please contact the dealer or distributor from p The data saved or recorded onto this navi- which you purchased the product for after-...
  • Page 26: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic Operation Flow from Startup to Assign a destination by using the touch panel key and beginning route guidance, Termination or operating the Audio source. At first, please confirm the positions of the fol- lowing features using the “Hardware Manual”. ! MAP button ! MENU button ! AV button...
  • Page 27: Navigation Menu Overview

    Chapter Basic Operation Navigation menu overview able for cities where information is provided by XM NavTraffic service. Active subscription [Destination] menu to XM NavTraffic is required to receive traffic information on the navigation system. = For details, refer to Using XM NavTraffic Infor- mation on page 65 = For details, refer to Emergency Info on page 72...
  • Page 28: Basic Navigation

    Chapter Basic Operation Enter the information about your desti- The availability of a specific button or function is indicated by its appearance. Depending on nation to calculate route. the status of your vehicle, some buttons will be available, while others will not be. Confirm the location on the map.
  • Page 29 Chapter Basic Operation p When entering the characters, the system will automatically search the database for all possible options. If there is only one let- ter that could possibly follow your entry, that letter will automatically be entered. p A list appears if multiple options exist. Se- lect the desired one from the list and pro- ceed to the next step.
  • Page 30 Chapter Basic Operation Jump to the state selection screen. (Se- lected state code is displayed.) 2 [OK]: Confirms the characters displayed in 4, and proceeds to the next step. 3 [List]: Lists candidates based on yellow characters in 4. Touch the desired item item in the list The previously entered characters are stored for to proceed to the next step.
  • Page 31 Chapter Basic Operation p If there is no matching location, the naviga- Touching or on the scroll bar scrolls tion system displays “The address does through the list and allows you to view the not exist. Do you want to continue ?”. remaining items.
  • Page 32: Checking And Modifying The Route

    Chapter Basic Operation = For details, refer to Editing Waypoints on shows that freeways could not be page 36 avoided. shows that toll roads could not be Touch [OK] to decide your route. avoided when the setting [Avoid Toll Road] is [On]. shows that ferries could not be avoided when the setting [Avoid Ferry] is [On].
  • Page 33: When The Route Guidance Starts

    Chapter Basic Operation = For more details about “Details of the map You can check the streets that you will travel to reach the destination. screen”, refer to How to Use the Map on page = For details, refer to Checking the passing streets with a list on page 35 8 Check the shape of route You can check the overall shape of your route...
  • Page 34: Modifying The Route Calculation Conditions

    Chapter Basic Operation Modifying the Route Items that users can operate Calculation Conditions Settings marked with an asterisk (*) show that these are default or factory settings. You can modify the conditions for route calcu- lation and recalculate the current route. Route Condition This setting controls how the route should be Touch [Destination] in the navigation...
  • Page 35: Checking The Current Route

    Chapter Basic Operation Checking the Current Route Calculate a route that may include freeways. [On]: You can check information about the route be- Calculate a route that avoids freeways. tween your current location and your destina- p The system may calculate a route that in- tion.
  • Page 36: Checking The Entire Route Overview On The Map

    Chapter Basic Operation p When a long distance route is calculated, view] is selected on [Short-Cut your navigation system may not be able to Selection]. list all roads. (In this case, the remaining roads will be shown in the list as you drive on.) Editing Waypoints You can select waypoints (locations you want...
  • Page 37: Deleting A Waypoint

    Chapter Basic Operation Deleting a waypoint the other points (including your destination) in order of distance from the waypoint 1. You can delete waypoints from the route and [Manual]: then recalculate the route. (You can delete You can manually sort destination and way- waypoints successively.) points.
  • Page 38: How To Read The Map Display

    Chapter How to Read the Map Display How to Use the Map Map Mode Displays the standard map. Most of the information provided by your navi- gation system can be seen on the map. You need to get to know how the information ap- pears on the map.
  • Page 39 Chapter How to Read the Map Display Driver’s View 3D Twin Map View Shows a map from the driver’s viewpoint. You can split the screen in half. The right screen and the left screen can display a map in different scales. The 3D map appears on the left screen.
  • Page 40 Chapter How to Read the Map Display Rear View Enlarged map of the intersection Rear view image is displayed on the left-hand This screen is displayed only when [Close Up side of the screen, while the map of your sur- View] in [Map] menu is [2D] or [3D].
  • Page 41 Chapter How to Read the Map Display While driving on the freeway, freeway exit The current location of your vehicle. The tip of numbers and freeway signs may be displayed the triangular mark indicates your heading when in the vicinity of interchanges and exits. and the display moves automatically as you drive.
  • Page 42 Chapter How to Read the Map Display ! North up: = For details, refer to Scroll the map to the lo- cation you want to see on the next page The map display always has north at the e Distance to a turning point* top of the screen.
  • Page 43: Roads Without Turn-By-Turn Instructions

    0.75 mile (1 km) or lower. lighted in purple) have only basic data and can only be used to plot a navigable route. Pioneer Navigation will only display a navig- Scroll the map to the location able route on the map (only the arrival gui-...
  • Page 44 Chapter How to Read the Map Display Touch Information for a specified location appears. 1 Scroll cursor The position of scroll cursor shows the loca- tion selected on the current map. p When the scale is 0.25 mile (200 m) or lower, the road appears light blue in the vicinity of the scroll cursor.
  • Page 45: Shortcut Menu

    Chapter How to Read the Map Display Shortcut menu Find POIs (Points Of Interest) in the vicinity of the scroll cursor. Shortcuts allow you to perform various tasks, = For details, refer to Finding a POI in the Vici- such as route calculation for the location indi- nity on page 53 cated by the scroll cursor or registering a loca- : Overlay POI...
  • Page 46: Modifying Map Configurations

    Chapter Modifying Map Configurations Displays the close up view with the 2D map. CAUTION ! [3D]: For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these Displays the close up view with [Driver’s navigation functions while your vehicle is in mo- View].
  • Page 47 Chapter Modifying Map Configurations Hides the Bluetooth Connected icon on the map. = For more details about “Bluetooth Con- nected icon”, refer to How to view the map of the current location on page 38 Address Book Icon You can select whether to display the Address Book Icon on the map.
  • Page 48: Selecting The Shortcut

    Chapter Modifying Map Configurations Selecting the Shortcut Displays [Phone Book]. = For details, refer to Calling a number in the Select shortcuts to display on the map screen. phone book on page 82 In the list displayed on screen, the items with = For details, refer to Editing the entry in red checks are displayed on the map screen.
  • Page 49: Displaying Poi On The Map

    Chapter Modifying Map Configurations Displaying POI on the Map To finish the selection, touch [OK]. = For details, refer to Viewing the information Displays icons for the surrounding facilities of a specified location on page 44 (POI) on the map. Touch [Map] in the navigation menu, Viewing the Map Color Legend then touch [Overlay POI].
  • Page 50: Setting The Map Color Change Between Day And Night

    Chapter Modifying Map Configurations Touch [Map] in the navigation menu, Touch [Map] in the navigation menu. then touch [View Mode]. Touch [AV Guide Mode] to change the Touch the type that you want to set. setting. = For details, refer to How to Use the Map on Each time you touch the key changes that set- page 38 ting.
  • Page 51: Setting A Route To Your Destination

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Searching for a POI directly CAUTION from the name of the facilities For safety reasons, these route-setting functions Touch [Destination] in the navigation are not available while your vehicle is in motion. menu, and then touch [POI Search]. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking brake before Touch the state code key of the destina-...
  • Page 52: Searching For Pois By Specifying A Category First

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Please proceed to Step 4. name and street name, touch to set the POI as your destination. Touch Touching sorts the items in the list in Searching for POIs by the order of distance. specifying a category first Touch [Destination] in the navigation menu, and then touch [POI Search].
  • Page 53: Searching For Pois By Specifying A City Name First

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Input the name of the facilities. Proceed to Step 6. You can also narrow down the candidates by Input the name of the facilities. specifying the category before the name input. You can also narrow down the candidates by = For more details about “Subsequent Opera- specifying the city before the name input.
  • Page 54: Searching For The Facilities Around The Scroll Cursor

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination p If you touch one of the POI shortcuts (e.g. Names of POIs and their distance from your current location appear. They are listed in ) before selecting a category on the order from nearest to farthest. To the left of list, you can start searching for facilities di- each item is an icon indicating the category.
  • Page 55: Searching For Your Destination By Specifying The Telephone Number

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Touch = For details, refer to Checking and modifying For more details about “following operations”, the route on page 32 When the route is already set, “Location confir- refer to Step 2 of Searching for the facilities around the current position on page 53 mation screen”...
  • Page 56: Selecting Destination From "Destination History" And "Address Book

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Selecting Destination from gistration and deletion are almost the same as described below. “Destination History” and “Address Book” Registering a POI shortcut Any place that has been searched before is Touch [Destination] in the navigation stored in Destination History.
  • Page 57: Deleting A Poi Shortcut

    Chapter Setting a Route to Your Destination Selects all detailed categories that are in- cluded in that category. (E.g. all categories of restaurants including Japanese and fast food.) [Select Detail]: Selects one of the detailed categories. Touch- ing a category adds that category to the short- cuts.
  • Page 58: Registering And Editing Locations

    Chapter Registering and Editing Locations Registering your home and CAUTION your favorite location For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these navigation functions while your vehicle is in mo- You can register one home location and one tion. To enable these functions, you must stop in favorite location.
  • Page 59: Registering A Location Into "Address Book

    Chapter Registering and Editing Locations Registering a Location into Touch [Add]. “Address Book” Address Book can store up to 400 registered locations. These can include your home loca- tion, favorite places, and destinations you have already registered. Registering a location by scroll Select the search method, search the lo- mode cation, and display the map.
  • Page 60: Viewing "Address Book

    Chapter Registering and Editing Locations Viewing “Address Book” Sorts the items in the list in order of the re- cently used items. % Touch [Destination] in the navigation p Active if there are items in the list and menu, then touch [Address Book]. current sort is not by last used.
  • Page 61 Chapter Registering and Editing Locations p Depending on which language is being (300 m) radius from the vehicle position, the switched to, you may not be able to use sound effect plays and the image appears. the registered pronunciation without modification.
  • Page 62 Chapter Registering and Editing Locations p You cannot change the pronunciation of You can reconfirm the pronunciation of the name you entered. your home. p If nothing is entered in the text box, you p If the pronunciation is not the desired one, cannot use that item as the voice com- edit the characters so that the pronuncia- mands.
  • Page 63: Deleting The Entry In "Address Book

    Chapter Registering and Editing Locations Customizing the picture Touch [Sound]. Select the desired sound. Be sure to read “Limitations for importing pic- p To turn off the sound, select [No Sound]. tures” before creating a CD-R (-RW). = For details, refer to Limitations for importing Touch [Sound] to hear the sound.
  • Page 64: Operating "Destination History

    Chapter Registering and Editing Locations Deleting the entry in On this screen, you can select the following items: “Destination History” [All]: Items in Destination History can be deleted. Selects all entries. All entries in Destination History can be de- [None]: leted at once.
  • Page 65: Using Traffic Information

    Chapter Using Traffic Information Using XM NavTraffic incidents have occurred, their location and their distance from your current position. Information If you have a GEX-P10XMT XM Digital Satellite Checking all traffic information Data & Audio Receiver (sold separately) at- Traffic information except traffic flow informa- tached to the navigation system and have an tion is displayed onscreen in a list.
  • Page 66: Confirming Traffic Information On The Map

    Chapter Using Traffic Information p The method for checking the content dis- For the list displayed when you touch [Traf- fic On Route], the list will be sorted accord- played on the screen is the same for “Checking all traffic information”. ing to the distance from the vehicle position to the traffic information.
  • Page 67: Setting An Alternative Route To Avoid Traffic Congestion

    Chapter Using Traffic Information with black line: an icon such as and touch . This allows Closed/blocked roads you to view place names and other detail infor- etc.: mation. For the meaning of the icon, see [Traffic Set- tings] in the Information menu. Setting an alternative route to = For details, refer to Selecting traffic informa- avoid traffic congestion...
  • Page 68 Chapter Using Traffic Information Touch [Detour] to search for an alterna- On this screen, you can select the following items: tive route. p [Detour] will be enable only when the sys- New: tem can find “traffic congestion”. The recommended route is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 69: Selecting Traffic Information To Display

    Chapter Using Traffic Information Selecting traffic information to and go, stopped traffic, and closed/blocked roads. display There are different types of traffic information Touch [OK]. that can be received via the XM NavTraffic ser- vice, and you can select which types will be in- corporated and displayed on your navigation system.
  • Page 70: Using Xm Tuner And Other Information

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information Using the XM Tuner to View You can switch the upper line to input the number and marks. Stock, Sports, and Other Touch to toggle the selection. Information p The method for inputting the text is almost same as for inputting street names.
  • Page 71: Displaying Favorite Browsable Information

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information Touch [Information] in the navigation Displaying favorite browsable menu, then touch [Set My Favorites]. Information The screen will display a list of categories. The You can check and delete the browsable infor- information appearing onscreen is automati- mation you registered.
  • Page 72: Checking The Reception Status Of The Xm Tuner

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information 3 Radio ID A red check appears next to the items you touched. The radio ID appears. p If you have subscribed to either XM p To delete all favorite contents, touch [All]. audio only or XM NavTraffic stand alone, Red checks will appear next to all items.
  • Page 73: Checking The Information Registered As Emergency Info

    Signature’s Nation- wide Auto Club, Inc. The first year of Emer- gency Roadside Assistance service is paid for by Pioneer only if your navigation system is registered with Pioneer and you sign up on-line with Signature’s Nationwide Auto Club, Inc.
  • Page 74: Searching For Car Service In An Emergency

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information Dialing the corresponding number in a safe location. If not, or in all major accidents, call 911. emergency Touch [Information] in the navigation CAUTION menu, and then touch [Emergency Info]. This function can be valid only when all following conditions are satisfied: Touch [Locate Car Service].
  • Page 75: Registering User Information

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information p If you want to search with more detailed ca- Touch the desired item to register your tegories, touch [Select Detail]. When the information. subcategory list appears, touch the item and touch [Back]. When only a few types of the detailed categories are selected, blue check marks will appear.
  • Page 76: Setting The Vehicle Dynamics Display

    Chapter Using XM Tuner and Other Information Setting the Vehicle Dynamics Displays the direction your vehicle is traveling Display [Clock]: You can change the contents of the meters on Current time is displayed. the left and right of the Vehicle Dynamics Dis- [Adjust Look]: play.
  • Page 77: Using Hands-Free Phoning

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning Hands-free Phoning Overview = For details, refer to Notes for hands-free phoning on page 86 p When the power of the navigation system CAUTION turns off, the Bluetooth connection is also For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as disconnected.
  • Page 78: Setting Up For Hands-Free Phoning

    The default device name displayed on the After the registration is completed, the follow- cellular phone is [PIONEER HDD NAVI]. ing screen appears. The default password is [1111].
  • Page 79 Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning p If registration fails, repeat the procedure p If registration fails repeat the procedure from the beginning. If a connection still from the beginning. cannot be established, try connecting using your cellular phone. Connecting a registered cellular phone The navigation system automatically connects Operating from your cellular phone the cellular phone selected as a target of con-...
  • Page 80: Receiving A Phone Call

    You can change the device name to be dis- played on your cellular phone. (Default is Connecting icon [PIONEER HDD NAVI].) Touch [Information] in the navigation menu, and then touch [Phone Menu]. Touch [Phone Settings]. The phone settings screen appears.
  • Page 81: Making A Phone Call

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning To end the call, touch at the top Touch [Dialed Numbers] or [Received right of the screen. Calls]. The call ends. The list of either one appears. p If the received voice is too quiet to hear, you Touch a name or telephone number can adjust the volume of the received voice.
  • Page 82 Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning Calling a number in the phone book Touch [Dial Favorites]. The “Dial Favorites” screen appears. After finding the list in the Phone Book you want to call, you can select the number and Touch one of [Favorite 1] to [Favorite 5] make the call.
  • Page 83: Transferring The Phone Book

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning Perform [POI Search] or [Vicinity Touch to make a call. Search] and display the detail information. To cancel the call after the system starts dial- = For more details about “Operation of [POI ing, touch Search]”, refer to Searching for Points of Inter- To end the call, touch at the top est (POI) Statewide on page 51...
  • Page 84: Registering A Phone Number In "Dial Favorites

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning also operate them with Voice Recognition to make a call. Touch [Information] in the navigation menu, and then touch [Phone Menu]. Touch [Dial Favorites]. Touch [Set] on any of [Favorite 1] — [Fa- [Yes]: Deletes all phone numbers stored in the vorite 5].
  • Page 85: Phone Book

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning Select the entry you want to edit. ever, they are not reflected to the data registered in [Dial Favorites]. 4 Picture Sets the image to be displayed when a call is received. = For details, refer to Customizing the in- coming call picture for a phone book entry on this page Customizing the incoming call...
  • Page 86: Editing The Received Call Or Dialed Number History

    Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning Touch a picture you want to set. Editing data Touch [Information] in the navigation Touch [Yes]. menu, and then touch [Phone Menu]. On this screen, you can select the following items: Touch [Dialed Numbers] or [Received [No]: Calls].
  • Page 87 Chapter Using Hands-free Phoning About received call history and dialed ! You cannot delete a registered cellular phone. If you need to delete it, refer to “Re- number history turning the Navigation System to the De- ! Calls made or editing performed only on fault or Factory Settings on page 187”...
  • Page 88: Modifying The General Settings For Navigation Functions

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions This setting controls the beep tone volume for CAUTION navigation. For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these [Phone Ringtone] navigation functions while your vehicle is in mo- This setting controls the incoming ring tone tion.
  • Page 89: Setting The Time Difference

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions p If you select [English with TTS], the name of the next street you will pass is an- nounced. If you select [English without TTS], the name of the next street you will pass is not announced.
  • Page 90: Changing The Virtual Speed Of The Vehicle

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions Touch [Settings] in the navigation Checking the connections of menu, then touch [Regional Settings]. leads and installation positions Check that leads are properly connected be- Touch [km / mile] to change the setting. tween the navigation system and the vehicle.
  • Page 91: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions The installation position of the navigation system is shown. That indicates whether the installation position of the navigation system is correct or not. If installed cor- rectly, [OK] appears. When the navigation system is installed at an extreme angle ex- ceeding the limitation of the installing angle, [Incorrect angle] will be displayed.
  • Page 92: Correcting The Installation Angle

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions To clear values... Check the direction the LCD panel faces, and touch the corresponding item. If you want to delete the learned results stored in [Distance], [Speed Pulse] or [Learning Sta- tus], touch the relevant result, then touch [Yes].
  • Page 93: Registering The Home Location And Favorite Location

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions = For more details about “Information on Touch [Hard Disk Info]. searching for locations to register”, refer to Hard disk space (%) Chapter 6 p If you select [Map Search], move the scroll cursor to the place you want to set and touch [OK].
  • Page 94: Limitations For Importing Pictures

    On this screen, you can select the following MP3 files or Audio data (CD-DA part) for item: importing pictures. [Back to Original], [Back to PIONEER Origi- p When storing pictures on a CD-R (-RW), nal]: create a folder named “Pictures” in the CD-...
  • Page 95: Precautions When Changing The Splash

    Splash Screen Correcting the Current The following is the default Splash Screen for Location the Navigation System. [PIONEER Original] Touch the screen to adjust the current position and direction of the vehicle displayed on the map. Touch [Settings] in the navigation menu, then touch [Modify Current Loca- tion].
  • Page 96: Restoring The Default Setting

    Chapter Modifying the General Settings for Navigation Functions Restoring the Default Setting Resets various settings registered to the navi- gation system and restores to the default or factory settings. Touch [Settings] in the navigation menu, then touch [Restore Factory Set- tings].
  • Page 97: Using The Av Source

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Selecting a source You can play or use the following sources with the navigation system. Select a source on “AV Source Menu” ! DVD-Video Press AV button to switch Audio opera- ! CD ! MP3 disc tion screen.
  • Page 98: About Steering Remote Control

    150 p The term “external unit” refers to future a b button: Pioneer devices that are not currently Same function as P.LIST (a/b) button. planned for, or devices that allow control of basic functions although they are not fully c d button: controlled by the navigation system.
  • Page 99: Viewing The Audio Operation Screen And

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Viewing the audio operation screen and displaying the Audio Settings menu Normal screen (e.g. CD) Touch 1 Information plate Operating a Music CD Displays the information (e.g. track title) about You can play a normal music CD using the the source being played.
  • Page 100: About Auto Hard Disk Recording

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) About auto hard disk recording Shows which playback method has been se- lected. The Navigation system can record the tracks 4 Track number indicator from a music CD into the hard disk drive. In Shows the number of the track currently play- default setting, the system starts recording ing.
  • Page 101: Touch Panel Key Operation

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) p If the built-in DVD drive does not operate p If you perform track search or fast for- properly, an error message may be dis- ward or rewind, repeat play is automati- played.
  • Page 102: Selecting [Rom] As The Source

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Selecting [ROM] as the source Shows the artist name currently playing only when an ID3 tag has been encoded on the % Press OPEN CLOSE button and insert MP3 file. the disc that you want to play into disc 6 Play time indicator loading slot.
  • Page 103 Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Keep touching o or p to perform fast re- on disc, the corresponding item may be wind or forward. blank. p You can also perform these operations 8 Repeat play by using TRK (c/d) button.
  • Page 104: Notes On Playing Mp3 Disc

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) p If the disc is already set, touch the source Notes on playing MP3 disc icon and then touch [DVD]. p When playing discs with MP3 files and = For details, refer to Selecting a source on audio data (CD-DA) such as CD-EXTRA and page 97 MIXED-MODE CDs, both types can be...
  • Page 105: Touch Panel Key Operation

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Touch panel key operation pens, fast rewind/ fast forward continues even if you release o or p. To resume playback Playback screen (page1) at a desired point, touch f, o or p. p You can also perform these operations by using TRK (c/d) button.
  • Page 106: Searching For A Desired Scene, Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) p During playback of a scene shot from Searching for a desired scene, multiple angles, the angle icon starting playback from a displayed. Turn the angle icon display specified time on or off using “DVD-V Setup”...
  • Page 107: Operating The Radio (Fm)

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Touch 0 — 9 to input the desired num- Touch panel key operation ber. % Touch the source icon and then touch While the input number is displayed, [FM] to select the radio (FM). touch [Enter].
  • Page 108: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Operating the Radio (AM) = For details, refer to Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies on the next page You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- 5 Select a FM band tion system.
  • Page 109: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Built-in DVD Drive and Radio) Storing the strongest broadcast Touch panel keys frequencies “BSM” (best stations memory) lets you auto- matically store the six strongest broadcast fre- quencies under preset tuning keys P1 — P6 and once stored there you can tune in to those frequencies with the touch of a key.
  • Page 110: Using The Av Source (Music Library)

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) You can record tracks from a music CD to the Shows the recording status. (Red) indi- hard disk in the navigation system. The music cates that recording is in progress. (Blue) library function enables you to record music indicates preparing recording.
  • Page 111: Recording All Tracks In A Cd

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) p If no title information exists in the Grace- Recording a CD manually ® note Database on the built-in hard disk You can record only your favorite tracks in the drive, the date when the track was recorded is entered automatically.
  • Page 112: Notes On Cd Recording

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Recording is paused, and the system starts Also see “Notes for Hard Disk Drive” for more normal CD playback. To resume recording, cautions about handling hard disk drive. touch [REC]. Recording also resumes in the = For details, refer to Notes for Hard Disk Drive following cases: on page 24...
  • Page 113: Touch Panel Key Operation

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Shows the elapsed playing time of the current Tracks for a Group Playlist track. playlist 8 Track list and playlist [Albums] Shows the track list or the playlist currently playing or temporary displayed. [Artists] icon on the left indicates that the item [Genres]...
  • Page 114 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) p You can also perform these operations play or scan play during track repeat by using TRK (c/d) button. play. p When the range of repeat play is 4 View upper contents Touching displays the contents of the Track Repeat, if you perform random upper playlist or group.
  • Page 115 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Searching for an album Search a playlist by genre Select a playlist formed by an album, and play Select a playlist formed by a genre, and play it it back. back. p Only the genre of a recorded track is dis- Touch [Search].
  • Page 116: Creating A Playlist With A Customized Order

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Creating a playlist with a Touch the playlist ([My Favorite 1] to [My Favorite 4] or [My Mix]) in which you customized order want to register the track. You can register your favorite tracks as a play- list, and play them back in desired order.
  • Page 117: Editing A Playlist Or Tracks

    Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) = For details, refer to Operating the track edit mode on the next page Touch [Back] to return the previous screen. Touch to return to the previous level. Select All: Selects all tracks in the playlist. All Off: Cancels selection of all tracks in the playlist.
  • Page 118 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) 8 Add the selected tracks to “My Favorite” All editing operations are possible. The edited contents will be reflected to all groups in the = For details, refer to Registering multiple hard disk drive. tracks at a time on page 116 Operating the track edit mode “Album”...
  • Page 119 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) = For details, refer to Sorting the tracks in “My Mix” (“My Favorite”) playlist on page 6 Delete the current track = For details, refer to Deleting the current track on page 121 7 Update track title information = For details, refer to Assigning another candi- The system pronounces the character string...
  • Page 120 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Enter a new character string, and then Enter the playlist edit mode. touch [OK]. = For details, refer to Switching to the edit The system pronounces the character once, mode on page 117 and the pronunciation confirmation message Touch [Sort Playlists].
  • Page 121 Chapter Using the AV Source (Music Library) Sorting the tracks in “My Mix” Deleting a track from the playlist (“My Favorite”) playlist You can delete tracks from the playlist. p If you delete a track in [Albums] group, the The playback order of tracks in “My Mix” play- list and “My Favorite”...
  • Page 122: Assigning Another Candidate For Title Information

    = For details, refer to Switching to the edit You can download the latest update from mode on page 117 Pioneer website by using your PC. To install the Touch [Delete This Track]. update, burn the data onto a CD-R(-RW) and insert it into your navigation system.
  • Page 123: Using The Av Source (Xm, Sirius)

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Operating the XM Satellite GEX-P910XM, GEX-P900XM Radio You can use the navigation system to control an XM satellite digital tuner, which is sold se- parately. For details concerning operation, refer to the XM tuner’s operation manuals. This section provides information on XM operations with the navigation system which differs from that About the logo for channel name...
  • Page 124: Touch Panel Key Operation

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) p If you use GEX-P910XM or GEX-P900XM, the logo for channel name is not avail- able. 8 Detail information Shows the detailed information of the broad- cast channel currently being received. 9 Category icon Shows the category icon for the selected channel.
  • Page 125: Display The Radio Id

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) You can select a channel from all channels Each touch of [DISP] changes the display when you operate. on the bottom of the detail information as Category Mode: follows: You can select a channel within selected ca- GEX-P900XM: Channel name —...
  • Page 126: Using "My Mix" Function

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Touch the desired channel that you = For details, refer to Setting the alert for want to listen to. each memorized song on this page Touch or to switch to the next page or pre- = For details, refer to Switching the alert vious page.
  • Page 127: Using The Direct Traffic Announcement Function

    T button on the navigation unit. (Only required. For details concerning operation, one station can be memorized.) refer to the owner’s manual of Pioneer SIR- p This function is not available with GEX- IUS BUS INTERFACE and SiriusConnect P910XM and GEX-P900XM.
  • Page 128: Selecting [Sirius] As The Source

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Selecting [SIRIUS] as the source Touch panel key operation % Touch the source icon and touch % Touch the source icon and then touch [SIRIUS]. [SIRIUS] to select the SIRIUS. = For details, refer to Selecting a source on When the source icon is not displayed, you page 97 can display it by touching the screen.
  • Page 129: Selecting Teams For Game Alert

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) p Up to 18 stations, 6 for each of three 9 Memorize the current song* SIRIUS bands can be stored in memory. The song title and artist name being broad- cast will be memorized in “My Mix”. When 2 Perform manual tuning The channels move up or down one at a the song that matches the song informa-...
  • Page 130: Displaying Game Information (Game Info)

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Touch [Next] or [Previous] to select the When a game involving team is league. broadcast A message is displayed. Touch [Jump] to switch to that station, and you can view to that game information. If you touch [Stay], the channel does not switch.
  • Page 131 Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Memorizing the song title and the Touch [Previous] and [Next] to select the song title that you want to exclude artist name of a song from the alert target. The song title and artist name of the current song you are listening to can be memorized to “My Mix”.
  • Page 132: Using The Traffic & Weather Preset Function

    Chapter Using the AV Source (XM, SIRIUS) Using the Traffic & Weather preset function You can listen to the memorized Traffic & Weather channel by directly calling it up with the T button on the navigation system. (Only one station can be memorized.) Memorize a Traffic &...
  • Page 133: Using The Av Source (M-Cd, Ipod®, Tv)

    Shows the title of the track currently playing. 7 Play time indicator used when the Pioneer audio equipment is connected. When reading this chapter, please Shows the elapsed playing time of the current also refer to the operation manual of the AV track.
  • Page 134: Operating The Ipod

    You can control an iPod by combining the Disc Repeat — Repeat the current disc Pioneer Interface adapter for iPod (sold sepa- p If you select other discs during repeat rately) to the navigation system. For details play, the repeat play range setting will concerning operation, refer to the owner’s...
  • Page 135: Screen Configuration

    Chapter ® Using the AV Source (M-CD, iPod , TV) Screen configuration Touch panel keys 1 Playback and Pause 1 Source icon Touching f switches between “playback” Shows which source has been selected. and “pause”. 2 Song number indicator 2 Touch: Skip back or forward to another Shows the number of the song playing in the song selected list.
  • Page 136: Browsing For A Song

    Chapter ® Using the AV Source (M-CD, iPod , TV) ! Shuffle Albums — Select an album From the song list, touch the song you randomly, and then play back all songs want to play. p To go to the next page of the list, touch . in that album in order p To return to the previous page of the list, touch .
  • Page 137: Screen Configuration

    Chapter ® Using the AV Source (M-CD, iPod , TV) p You can register your favorite channels Screen configuration in the list. = For details, refer to Storing and recalling broadcast frequencies on this page 2 Touch: Perform manual tuning The channels move up or down one step.
  • Page 138: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Stations Sequentially

    Chapter ® Using the AV Source (M-CD, iPod , TV) p You can also press the P.LIST (a/b) button to recall stations assigned to preset tuning keys P1 — P12. Storing the strongest broadcast stations sequentially % Touch and hold [BSSM]. BSSM starts.
  • Page 139: Using The Av Source (Av, Ext, Aux)

    3 Auto/Manual mode indicator The term “external unit” refers to future Shows the current mode. Pioneer devices that are not currently planned = For details, refer to Switching the automatic for, or devices that allow control of basic func- and manual function on the next page tions although they are not fully controlled by the navigation system.
  • Page 140: Operate The External Unit By Using 1 Key - 6 Key

    Chapter Using the AV Source (AV, EXT, AUX) p Operation varies depending on the exter- Operate the external unit by nal unit connected. (In some cases, using Function 1 — Function 4 some functions may not be used until The external unit can be operated by transmit- you touch and hold the key.) ting the operating commands set to 2 Send a band command...
  • Page 141: Operating The Aux Input Source (Aux)

    Chapter Using the AV Source (AV, EXT, AUX) Operating the AUX input source (AUX) An IP-BUS-RCA Interconnector such as CD- RB20/CD-RB10 (sold separately) lets you con- nect your navigation system to auxiliary equip- ment featuring RCA output. For more details, refer to the IP-BUS-RCA Interconnector own- er’s manual.
  • Page 142: Av Setting Overview

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual Touch [AV Settings]. Various settings are available with the audio source according to your audiovisual needs. The AV Settings screen appears. This chapter describes the methods of chan- Touch the item you want to change. ging the various settings and setting the LCD panel.
  • Page 143 Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual when Custom2 curve is selected, the Natural Custom2 curve will be updated. Natural is a curve in which low-range and high-range p The adjusted Custom1 curve is memorized sounds are slightly boosted. for each of the source selected, but one Vocal curve is shared for the following sources.
  • Page 144: Setting The Simulated Sound Stage

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual p When you set staging to an option other Touch c or d to select the equalizer band to adjust. than [Off], the high pass filter (HPF) setting Each time you touch c or d selects equalizer turns [Off].
  • Page 145: Using Subwoofer Output

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual Touch c or d to select cut-off fre- quency. Each time you touch c or d selects cut-off fre- quencies in the following order: 50 — 80 — 125 (Hz) Only frequencies lower than those in the se- lected range are output from the subwoofer.
  • Page 146: Using The High Pass Filter

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual Touch c or d to select a desired level. Touch [+] or [-] to adjust the source vo- lume. Each time you touch c or d selects level in +8 to -8 is displayed as the source volume is the following order: Low —...
  • Page 147: Setting Up The Built-In Dvd Drive

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual p Touch Touch the desired language. to move to the When you select [Others], a language code next or previous page. input display is shown. Input the four digit Change Setting. code of the desired language then touch [Enter].
  • Page 148: Setting The Parental Lock

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual Setting the aspect ratio Setting the code number and level There are two kinds of display. A wide screen When you first use this function, register your display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) code number.
  • Page 149: Changing The Wide Screen Mode

    Full or Zoom in the horizontal direction CAUTION and by an intermediate proportion between Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which Full and Zoom in the vertical direction; ideal outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise screen for a cinema-sized picture (wide screen pic- image may appear reversed.
  • Page 150: Setting The Video Input

    ! Tel/VR — The volume is muted or attenu- with an RCA video cable ated according to the following conditions p When a Pioneer external unit is connected — When you use a cellular phone via Blue- with an IP-BUS cable, select [EXT]. When tooth technology (dialing, talking, in- the audio source is [EXT], the “Video...
  • Page 151: Switching The Muting/Attenuation Level

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual ! L+R SP — Uses both the front right and left Switching the muting/ speakers attenuation level You can select the muting/attenuation level of Switching the auto antenna [Mute Set]. This setting is also effective for a mute signal that has been received from the setting MUTE lead connected to the navigation unit.
  • Page 152: Setting The Cd Recording Mode

    If you change the subwoofer controller Pioneer is not responsible for any damage to the speaker equipment caused by ignoring this warn- [Rear SP] or [Preout], [Sub Woofer] or ing.
  • Page 153: Other Functions

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual — All sounds cannot be output for “Rear Touch [5.1Ch Setup] in the System Set- tings menu. display”. — There is no picture on “Rear display” If you touch [5.1Ch Setup], it will be turned while [Picture Adjust] for [On].
  • Page 154: Switching The Backlight On Or Off

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual ! Hue — Adjusts the tone of color (red is em- Switching the backlight on or off phasized or green is emphasized) By turning off the backlight of the LCD screen, ! Dimmer —...
  • Page 155: Language Code Chart For Dvd

    Chapter Customizing the Audio Setting related with Audio Visual 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...
  • Page 156: Operating Your Navigation System With

    Basics of Voice Operation mote Control (sold separately), the following buttons can be used for operation: Your Pioneer navigation system uses the latest VR ACTIVATION / OFF HOOK button: in voice recognition technology. You can use Same function as VOICE icon.
  • Page 157: Tips For Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice p Depending on the operating state of the na- p If no command is made in the next 6 sec- vigation system, some commands dis- onds or the recognition fails three times played in Voice Help may be unavailable. successively, the voice recognition Available commands are in white and una- switches to standby mode.
  • Page 158: An Example Of Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice An Example of Voice When you want to search the gas station near- est to the current location, say “Vicinity Operation Search”. The message “Vicinity search. Please re- Search for POI in vicinity quest POI category.”...
  • Page 159: Search For The Playlist

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice p For <City Name>, <Street Name>, Search for the playlist <House number> shown on the following In this example, you want to search for a play- chart, say the real name or number which list and play that playlist.
  • Page 160 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice = For details, refer to Changing the pronun- ciation of a playlist name or track name on page 119 p For <Category Name>and <Sub Category Name> in “Vicinity Search”, refer to “Cate- gory list for vicinity search” and say the de- sired category in that list.
  • Page 161: Basic Commands For Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Basic commands for voice operation The following verbal commands can be used both in navigation screen and audio operation screen. Basic commands Back d Return the previous screen. Cancel d Cancel the voice operation. Current Location d Return the current location map screen.
  • Page 162 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Search by entry on the address book Destination* d Address Book* d <Registered location’s pronunciation> d Location Screen (A) Destination* d Go To <Registered location’s pronunciation> d If the route already set, touch VOICE icon to start route calculation.
  • Page 163 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Set the map location as your waypoint Scroll the navigation map or switch the scroll mode from search result screen. d Basic Operation* d Set As Way- point d Touch VOICE icon to start route calculation. Registering the map location to the address book Basic Operation* d Registration d The system register that point and Information edit screen appears.
  • Page 164: Voice Commands Related To Hands-Free Phoning

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Checking the current route Route Options* d Route Profile d Displaying the route profile screen. Route Options* d Next Guidance d You can hear the information of next guidance point. Canceling the route Route Options* d Cancel Route d If the route is already set, touch VOICE icon to cancel the current route.
  • Page 165: Voice Commands Related To Av Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Call* d Call Home d Touch VOICE icon to call your home (Only when the phone number is registered in your home.) Call* d Call <Registered location’s pronunciation> d If the registered location has telephone number data, touch VOICE icon to call the registered location.
  • Page 166 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice AV Operation* d Category Mode d Switching to the Category mode. AV Operation* d All Channel Mode d Switching to the All Channel mode. AV Operation* d Memo d Memorizing the title and artist information of that song to “My Mix”. Operation for CD AV Operation* d Change Media d Switching the CD-DA part and CD-ROM (MP3) part.
  • Page 167: After Checking Traffic Information Manually

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice After checking traffic Location screen (B) information manually If traffic congestion is found after checking the traffic information manually, “Do you want to reroute?” appears on screen. In this time, you can say voice commands to operate. Options: Yes: The following commands can be vocalized:...
  • Page 168: Other Voice Commands

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Other Voice Commands The navigation system also can recognize the words in the following list. Other voice commands for navigation operation Preferential voice command Other voice command Back Return, Before Cancel Escape, Skip Current Location My Location Voice Help...
  • Page 169 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice XXXX kilometer(s) Scale XXXX kilometer(s) XXXX mile(s) Scale XXXX mile(s) XXXX yards Scale XXXX yards Change View Mode View Mode, Change View Map View Normal Map, Flat Map Driver’s View Driver, 3D 2D Twin Map View 2D Twin, 2D Split 3D Twin Map View 3D Twin, 3D Split...
  • Page 170: Other Voice Commands For Av Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Call Dial, Ring, Dial Out , Place A Call, Make A Call Call Registered Point Call Address Book, Call Registered Call Phone Number Call By Number, Call Number, Call By Phone Number, Call Using Phone Number Telephone Book Tel Book, Phone Book Redial...
  • Page 171 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice iPod Change To iPod, Switch To iPod Change To XM, Switch To XM Sirius Change To Sirius, Switch To Sirius...
  • Page 172: Category List For Vicinity Search

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Category list for vicinity search p If you say the category name (category Category name: Restaurant Chains title), the system searches for vicinity POIs A & W FAMILY RESTAURANT, APPLEBEE’S, BENNI- in that category without taking the chain GAN’S, BOB’S BIG BOY, BONANZA, BONEFISH into consideration.
  • Page 173 Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Category name: Category name: Car Dealer Medical ACURA, AUDI, BMW, BUICK, CADILLAC, CHEVRO- Doctor, Dentist, Veterinarian, Emergency Medical Ser- LET, CHRYSLER, DAEWOO, DODGE, FORD, HONDA, vice, Hospital, Pharmacy HYUNDAI, INFINITI, ISUZU, JAGUAR, JEEP, KIA, LAND ROVER, LEXUS, LINCOLN, MAZDA, MER- Category name: CEDES-BENZ, MITSUBISHI, NISSAN, OLDSMOBILE,...
  • Page 174: Appendix

    While this list is not comprehen- sive, 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. Problems in the screen...
  • Page 175 Appendix Appendix The quality of signals from the GPS Check the GPS signal reception and the posi- satellites is poor, causing reduced tion of the GPS antenna if necessary, or con- You cannot position your vehicle positioning accuracy. Such a loss of tinue driving until reception improves.
  • Page 176 Appendix Appendix The volume level is low. Adjust the volume level. No sounds are heard. The attenuator or mute is on. Turn the attenuator or mute off. The volume level will not rise. The speaker lead is disconnected. Check the connection. The volume of beeps and naviga- You cannot adjust these parameters Turn the volume up or down with [Volume] in...
  • Page 177 The navigation system is not firmly Secure the navigation system firmly. secured. The audio skips. Failure hard disk drive. Consult your Pioneer dealer. “Rear display” picture disap- The setting for [REAR SCREEN] is in- Please read the following page and set the pears.
  • Page 178 Appendix Appendix Cables are not connected correctly. Connect the cables correctly. No sounds are heard. The system is performing still, slow There is no sound during still, slow motion, or The volume level will not rise. motion, or frame-by-frame playback frame-by-frame playback with DVD-video.
  • Page 179: Messages And How To React To Them

    Write down the error code shown on the properly. Please consult your tected. screen. Turn off the power, and then contact dealer or Pioneer service cen- your nearest Pioneer service facility. ter. Positioning is not possible The location display is not possible Consult your dealer.
  • Page 180 Route calculation has failed be- ! Change the destination. possible. cause of a malfunction in map data, ! Consult the Pioneer Local dealer if this mes- software, or hardware. sage persists. Route calculation not possible The destination is too far.
  • Page 181 In rare cases, a route calculation ! Retry. file. error may occur. ! Consult the Pioneer Local dealer if this mes- sage persists. There is no Traffic List. There is no available traffic informa- Move to the location where you can receive tion now.
  • Page 182 Appendix Appendix The cellular phone’s Bluetooth wire- Keep turning the target phone’s Bluetooth less technology is turned off during wireless technology on during the registra- Registration failed. the registration step. tion. Rejection by the cellular phone has Operate the target phone and accept the re- received.
  • Page 183 Appendix Appendix Failure of the built-in hard disk drive Consult your dealer. has occurred, such as internal elec- There is no applicable pro- trical problem or file system error. gram. The HDD cannot be operated Hard disk drive cannot run due to Park your vehicle to safe place, turn the igni- due to excessive heat.
  • Page 184: Messages For Audio Functions

    When problems occur in the audio source, a message may 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. Built-in DVD drive...
  • Page 185 Appendix Appendix If you try to record a new CD but the Delete some playlists and retry. maximum number of playlists are Exceeded playlist maximum. already recorded. (The album play- No more playlists can be re- corded. list can be stores up to 400.) Playback error.
  • Page 186 Appendix Appendix...
  • Page 187: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    Appendix Appendix Returning the Navigation Clears the setting values stored in the hard disk drive. System to the Default or Factory Settings You can return settings or recorded contents to the default or factory settings. There are four methods to clear user data, and the situa- tions and the cleared contents are different for each method.
  • Page 188: Setting Items To Be Deleted

    Appendix Appendix Setting items to be deleted The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table return to the default or factory settings. The items not listed below will be retained. However, if you carry out [Clear user infor- mation from hard disk], all the settings re- lated to the navigation function including...
  • Page 189 Appendix Appendix [Short-Cut Selection],[View — — Mode] [Map] menu [Displayed Info], [Overlay — POI], [Day/Night Display], [AV Guide Mode], [Road Color] [Language] ([Regional Set- tings]), [Time] ([Regional Set- tings]), [Installation Angle — — Setup] ([Hardware]), [Defined Locations], [Modify Current Location], [Background Pic- [Settings] menu ture Setting] —...
  • Page 190: If System Errors Frequently Occur

    Appendix Appendix If system errors frequently occur Touch [Clear user information from hard disk]. If system errors frequently occur and the p This reset operation clears all music data power to the navigation system turns off, inap- recorded in the music library. Note that the propriate content may have been recorded in cleared data cannot be restored.
  • Page 191: Positioning Technology

    Press MAP button. The adjustment is complete. p If touch panel adjustment cannot be per- Press V button. formed properly, consult your local Pioneer The Picture Adjust screen appears. dealer. Press and hold V button for two sec- onds or more.
  • Page 192: Positioning By Dead Reckoning

    Appendix Appendix The accuracy of the GPS information depends less accurate. Also, when the positioning by on how good the reception is. When the sig- GPS is not available, such as when your vehi- nals are strong and reception is good, GPS cle enters a long tunnel, the discrepancy be- can determine latitude, longitude and altitude tween your actual and calculated position may...
  • Page 193: Handling Large Errors

    Appendix Appendix p If ND-PG1 is used or if your vehicle is oper- When the positioning by GPS is ating in Simple hybrid mode, the distance impossible calculation value cannot be replaced auto- ! If signals cannot be received from more matically.
  • Page 194: Vehicles That Cannot Obtain Speed Pulse Data

    Appendix Appendix ! Do not cover the GPS antenna with spray ! If there is a parallel road. paint or car wax, because this may block the reception of GPS signals. Snow buildup can also degrade the signals, so keep the antenna clear.
  • Page 195 Appendix Appendix ! If you drive in zig-zags. ! If you are driving on a long, straight road or a gently curving road. ! If the road has connected hairpin bends. ! If you are on a steep mountain road with many height changes.
  • Page 196 Appendix Appendix ! If your vehicle is turned on a turntable or si- ! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-and- milar structure. stop manner, as in a traffic congestion. ! If you join the road after driving around a ! If your vehicle’s wheels spin, such as on a large parking lot.
  • Page 197: When The Hard Disk Drive Is Disconnected

    Appendix Appendix When the Hard Disk Drive is CAUTION Disconnected When a route is calculated, the route and voice guidance for the route is automatically set. Also, If there is no hard disk drive because of repair for day or time traffic regulations, only informa- or service, you can operate only the Radio tion about traffic regulations at the time when the source without the hard disk drive.
  • Page 198 Appendix Appendix Route highlighting ! In some cases, the route may require you to travel in the opposite direction to your ! Once set, the route is highlighted in bright current heading. In such cases, you are in- green or light blue on the map. structed to turn around, so please turn ! The immediate vicinity of your starting around safely by following the actual traffic...
  • Page 199: Detail Information For Playable Media

    ! It may not be possible to play back CD-R/ ROM discs or DVD-RAM discs. Only DVD- CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD re- ROM discs authorized by Pioneer can be corder or a personal computer because of read.
  • Page 200: Mp3 Files

    Appendix Appendix ! If you insert a CD-RW disc into this pro- also are some writing software that permit duct, it will take more time to play back the setting of the playback order. than when you insert a conventional CD or ! Some audio CDs contain tracks that merge CD-R disc.
  • Page 201 Appendix Appendix Indicates each file. The number is assigned in the order of the track to be played back. 1 First tier 2 Second tier 3 Third tier Notes ! This product assigns folder numbers. The user can not assign folder numbers. ! If you are using a folder that does not contain an MP3 file, the folder itself will display but you will not be able to see any files in the...
  • Page 202: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display Information Dial Navigation menu Phone Book 82, 84 Dial Favorites 82, 84 [Destination] menu Read Bus. Card Dialed Numbers 81, 86 Received Calls 81, 86 Phone Settings Stock Info Set My Favorites Page My Favorites Address Search Emergency Info Return Home 55, 58...
  • Page 203: Shortcut Menu

    Appendix Appendix Shortcut menu AV Guide Mode p The shortcuts displayed on screen can be Road Color customized. p Items marked with an asterisk (*) cannot [Settings] menu be removed from Shortcut menu. = For details, refer to Selecting the Shortcut on page 48 Shortcut menu Page...
  • Page 204: Menu In The Audio Screen

    Appendix Appendix Menu in the Audio Screen Rear SP [Audio Settings] menu 5.1Ch Setup Page Equalizer Staging FAD/BAL Sub Woofer Loudness Source Level [System Settings] menu Page DVD-V Setup Wide Mode Camera Input AV Input AUX Input Mute Set Mute Level Guide/Tel SP Auto ANT Clock DISP...
  • Page 205: Glossary

    Appendix Appendix Glossary Dolby Digital Dolby Digital provides multi-channel audio 3D Hybrid sensor from up to 5.1 independent channels. This is The built-in sensor which enables the system the same as the Dolby Digital surround sound to estimate your vehicle’s position. A learning system used in theaters.
  • Page 206 Appendix Appendix ® capital letters, half-byte numerals and the “_” Gracenote Music recognition service Music recognition technology and related sign, with a file-extension of three characters). ® data are provided by Gracenote . Gracenote is Level 2: the industry standard in music recognition The file name can have up to 31 characters (in- cluding the separation mark “.”...
  • Page 207 Appendix Appendix Multi-angle children will be disabled, or these scenes will With regular TV programs, although multiple be skipped. cameras are used to simultaneously shoot Point of Interest (POI) scenes, only images from one camera at a Point Of Interest; any of a range of locations time are transmitted to your TV.
  • Page 208 Appendix Appendix Almost all are incompatible with each other. To display the video image, such as TV or DVD- video correctly, you may need to coordinate your system at the same TV system or use a multi-system equipment. VBR is short for variable bit rate. Generally speaking CBR (constant bit rate) is more widely used.
  • Page 209: Index

    Index 3D hybrid mode ..........192 Enlarged map of the intersection ....40 3D Hybrid Sensor ..........192 Equalizer ............142 3D Landmark ...........47 Estimated time of arrival ........42 3D POI ..............39 External Unit ..........139 Active touch panel key ........28 Favorite location ..........58 Address Book ..........60,.82 Frame-by-frame playback ......105 Address Search ..........28 Front display ..........197...
  • Page 210 Index Location confirmation screen .......31 Scroll mode .............43 Second Maneuver Arrow .......47 M3u ..............206 Simple hybrid mode ......179,.192 Map Legend .............49 Simulated sound stage ........144 Map matching ..........193 Single-session ..........95 Map Mode ............38 Slow-motion playback ........105 Mode1 ...............95 Source ..............97 MPEG ..............206 Speed Pulse ........90,.91,.194 Multi Angle ............147...
  • Page 211 TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R 0P2, Canada TEL: 1-877-283-5901 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 先鋒股份有限公司...

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