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– Ejecting a disc 31 Information to User 9 License Agreement 10 Inserting and ejecting an SD memory – PIONEER AVIC-Z110BT - for U.S.A. 10 card 31 – PIONEER AVIC-Z110BT - for – Inserting an SD memory card 31 – Ejecting an SD memory card 32 Canada 12 –...
Contents – Scrolling the map to the position you – Adding a waypoint 54 – Deleting a waypoint 55 want to see 42 – Quick Access 42 – Sorting waypoints 55 Modifying the route calculation Customizing the map screen settings conditions 55 Setting the Item on the Map Screen 44 Canceling the route guidance 56...
Contents – Exporting the entry in “Favorites” 66 – Searching for nearby Bluetooth – Importing the “Favorites” items edited devices 79 – Searching for a specified Bluetooth on AVIC FEEDS 66 Deleting an entry in “History” 67 device 80 – Pairing from your Bluetooth Browsing information on MSN Direct devices 81 Activating the service 68...
Contents Notes for hands-free phoning 92 Using the radio (AM) Reading the screen 108 Customizing preferences Using the touch panel keys 108 The options in the “Navi Settings” menu 94 – Switching between the detailed – Displaying the “Navi Settings” information display and the preset list screen 94 display 108...
Contents – Searching for a specific scene and – Setting the code number and starting playback from a specified level 131 Setting “Auto Play” 131 time 120 – Direct number search 120 Setting the subtitle file for DivX 132 – Operating the DVD menu 120 Language code chart for DVDs 133 –...
Contents – Displaying the Radio ID 149 – Displaying the “AV System Settings” – Storing and recalling broadcast menu 162 – Setting video input 1 (AV1) 162 stations 150 – Selecting a channel from the list 150 – Setting video input 2 (AV2) 162 –...
Contents – Voice commands related to hands-free – Compatibility 196 – Media compatibility chart 199 phoning 175 Tips for Voice Operation 176 Bluetooth 202 About the SAT RADIO READY Logo 203 Other functions HD Radio™ Technology 203 Setting the anti-theft function 177 SD and SDHC logo 203 –...
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(ACC OFF) immediately and consult your deal- you in the operation of your vehicle. It is er or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service not a substitute for your attentiveness, Station. Do not use the navigation system in judgment, and care when driving.
“GOOG-411” service even by persons other than the driver may be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they p Pioneer does not bear responsibility for the must be obeyed. accuracy of the information. ! When applying the parking brake in order to p Pioneer does not bear responsibility for view “Video image”...
Should the navigation system fail to operate driving. properly, contact your dealer or nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station. To avoid battery exhaustion Be sure to run the vehicle engine while using this product. Using this product without run- ning the engine can drain the battery.
Chapter Introduction Manual overview After-sales service for Pioneer products Please contact the dealer or distributor from How to use this manual which you purchased the product for after- Finding the operation procedure for sales service (including warranty conditions) what you want to do or any other information.
Chapter Introduction Notice regarding DVD- ! References are indicated like this: e.g.) Video viewing = For details concerning operations, refer This product incorporates copyright protection to Screen switching overview on page technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be Definitions of terminology authorized by Rovi Corporation, and is in-...
Before removing the vehicle p When you use this navigation system with battery a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- IU50V) (sold separately), you can control an If the battery is disconnected or discharged, iPod compatible with this navigation sys- the memory will be erased and must be repro- tem.
Chapter Basic operation Checking part names and functions This chapter gives information about the names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. 1 LCD screen 3 TRK (c/d) button Press to perform manual seek tuning, fast 2 OPEN CLOSE button forward, reverse and track search controls.
Chapter Basic operation Adjusting the LCD panel angle = For more details, refer to the descriptions from Chapter 14 to Chapter 30. WARNING 4 MODE button When opening, closing and adjusting the angle ! Press to switch between the map screen of the LCD panel, be careful not to get your finger and the AV operation screen.
! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- The “Monitor Setup” screen appears. rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses arising from data loss or corruption.
! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- termination rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts Start the engine to boot up the system. no liability for damages, costs or expenses After a short pause, the splash screen comes arising from data loss or corruption.
Chapter Basic operation Turn off the vehicle engine to termi- Read the disclaimer carefully, checking nate the system. its details, and then touch [OK] if you The navigation system is also turned off. agree to the conditions. On first-time startup When you use the navigation system for the first time, select the language that you want to use.
Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens What you can do on each Press the MODE button to display the naviga- tion map screen. menu 7 AV operation screen 1 Top Menu This is the screen that normally appears when Press the HOME button to display the “Top you play the AV source.
Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Selecting the Shortcut Displaying the rear view p Up to 15 menu items can be registered in camera image shortcuts. Rear view image is displayed on the left-hand side of the screen, while the map of your sur- Press the HOME button repeatedly to display the “Shortcut Menu”...
Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navigation system can be seen on the map. You need to be- come familiar with how information appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen.
Chapter How to use the map = For details, refer to Setting the current The estimated time of arrival is an ideal street name display on page 45. value calculated based on the value set 8 Extension tab for the AV information bar for [Speed] and the actual driving speed.
Chapter How to use the map 2 Freeway exit information Enlarged map of the intersection Displays the freeway exit. When “Close Up View” in the “Map Settings” 3 Freeway signs screen is “On”, an enlarged map of the inter- These show the road number and give direc- section appears.
Chapter How to use the map Touch and drag the map in the desired The map display always shows the vehicle’s direction as proceeding toward the top of direction to scroll. the screen. ! North up: The map display always has north at the top of the screen.
Chapter How to use the map % When the map is displayed, touch = For details, refer to Calling a number in the “Contacts List” on page 85. [Close] Hides the Quick Access menu. Quick Access menu : Route Options* Displayed when the map is not scrolled.
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings Setting “Close Up View” The general settings related with a map screen can be customized. This setting enables switching to an enlarged To customize the map screen, display the map around the point where your vehicle is “Map Settings”...
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings % Touch [Current Street Name]. Displays a city map when the area dis- played on the map falls entirely within the Each time you touch the key changes that set- city map area. ting. ! [View] (default): Displays the street name (or city name) on Show Traffic Incident...
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings % Touch [Show Manuever]. Each time you touch the key changes that set- ting. ! [View] (default): Displays the next turn ahead of the vehicle on the map. ! [Hide]: Hides the next turn ahead of the vehicle on the map.
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings # If you want to search with more detailed cate- gories, touch [Detail]. Touch the item and touch [OK]. When only a few types of the detailed categories are selected, blue check marks will appear. Touch [Display] to turn it [On].
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings p This mode is available when [Camera] is 3D map screen set to “On”. = For details, refer to Setting for rear view camera on page 101. Setting the map color change between day and night To improve the visibility of the map during the Street View evening, you can set the timing for changing...
Chapter Customizing the map screen settings Changing the setting of = For details, refer to Searching for a nearby POI on page 60. navigation interruption screen : Overlay POI* Set whether to automatically switch to the na- Displays icon for surrounding facilities vigation screen from the AV operation screen (POI) on the map.
Chapter Setting a route to your destination Your navigation system sets the route CAUTION to your destination, and the map of your For safety reasons, these route-setting functions surroundings appears. are not available while your vehicle is in motion. After releasing the parking brake, drive To enable these functions, you must stop in a in accordance with navigation guidance.
Chapter Setting a route to your destination Modifying the route When the route calculation is completed, “Route confirmation screen” appears. calculation conditions Route confirmation screen You can modify the conditions for route calcu- lation and recalculate the current route. Touch [Options] on the “Route confir- mation screen”.
Chapter Setting a route to your destination p The system may calculate a route that in- Avoid Toll Road This setting controls whether toll roads (in- cludes streets or bridges that are subject to cluding toll areas) should be taken into ac- traffic restrictions during a certain time count.
Chapter Setting a route to your destination p When you set waypoints in the route to Touch [OK] on the “Waypoints List” your destination, the route up to the next screen. The route is recalculated, and “Route confir- waypoint will appear in light green. The rest of the route will appear in light blue.
Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Editing waypoints You can check the route details. You can also recalculate the route in different conditions. You can edit waypoints (locations you want to Display the “Top Menu” screen. visit on the way to your destination) and recal- culate the route so that is passes through Touch [Destination].
Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch [OK] on the “Waypoints List” Touch the waypoint or destination. screen. Put them in the desired order. The route is recalculated, and “Route confir- # Touch [Automatic]. mation screen” appears. You can sort the destination and waypoints auto- matically.
Chapter Checking and modifying the current route # Touch [No]. The previous screen returns without deleting the route. = For details concerning operations, refer to Modifying the route calculation conditions on page 51. Canceling the route guidance If you no longer need to travel to your destina- tion, follow the steps below to cancel the route guidance.
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location ! Finding the location by specifying the CAUTION house number For safety reasons, these route-setting functions To search for a location, display the “Address are not available while your vehicle is in motion. Search”...
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the desired house number range. The searched location appears on the map screen. Finding the location by specifying the house number p Depending on the search results, some steps may be skipped. Enter the city name and then touch Display the “Address Search”...
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Entering three keywords The names including the following two words below are displayed as a result: ! The words that match with both first and second keywords you entered. ! The word beginning with the third keyword. e.g.
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for Points of State code key Interest (POI) Information about various facilities (Points Of Interest - POI), such as gas stations, parking lots or restaurants, is available. You can search for a POI by selecting the category (or entering the POI Name).
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the category you want. State code key The “POI List” screen appears. p If there are more detailed categories within the selected category, repeat this step as many times as necessary. Touch the POI you want. The searched location appears on the map screen.
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the POI you want. = For details, refer to Registering a location into “Favorites” on page 64. The searched location appears on the map screen. The “Destination Menu” screen ap- pears. Selecting a location you Touch [Favorites].
Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [East] or [West], and then enter the longitude. To enter W 50°1’2.5” for example, touch [West], , , , , , , , and . Touch [North] or [South], and then enter the latitude. To enter N 5°1’2.5”...
Chapter Registering and editing locations Registering a location into Touch to display the Quick Access menu. “Favorites” Touch Registering a location by The location is registered, and then the “Edit “Favorites” Favorite” screen appears. Favorites can store up to 400 registered loca- = For details, refer to Editing the entry in “Fa- tions.
Chapter Registering and editing locations Editing your home Touch [Sort]. Each time you touch [Sort] changes the sort When you have already registered your home, order. you can edit the information of your home. p Current order is displayed on the upper Display the “Destination Menu”...
Chapter Registering and editing locations Displayed when all locations are selected. Can- After exporting the data is finished, the follow- cels all selected locations. ing message appears. Touch [Delete]. A message will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. Touch [OK]. The “Favorites”...
Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch [Yes]. Touch [Delete]. Data import starts. A message will appear asking you to confirm After importing the data is finished, the “Fa- the deletion. vorites” screen appears. Touch [Yes]. The data you selected is deleted. # Touch [No].
Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, Notice about MSN Direct Pioneer is not responsible for the accuracy of and then touch [MSN Direct]. The “MSN Direct” screen appears. the MSN Direct content. The MSN Direct con- tent may not be current or available at times, Touch [Status].
It may take up to 24 hours for all the data to be- description. come available under the following conditions: http://www.msndirect.com/pioneer ! When you use MSN Direct for the first time. ! When you have not performed this function Be sure to check the coverage area and previously around the current area.
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Searching for a theater by Sorts the items in the list by price. # Touch [Refresh]. selecting a movie title The information is updated. Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, p [Refresh] appears when new gas prices in- and then touch [MSN Direct].
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct p [Refresh] appears when the new informa- ! [Name]: Sorts the items in the list alphabetically. tion is received. Touch on the item that you want to Touch on the item that you want to view in detail.
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Using traffic information You can view current traffic conditions and in- formation. When the navigation system re- ceives updated traffic information, it will overlay the traffic information on your map and also display detailed text information when available.
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct been removed, the list is updated to reflect the new situation. # Touch Touching allows you to check the location on a map. (Traffic information without positional in- formation cannot be checked on a map.) Touch The previous screen returns.
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Touch [New]. with black line: The recommended route is displayed on the Closed/blocked roads etc.: screen. Accidents, constructions, etc. # Touch [Current]. The current route is displayed on the screen. Setting an alternative route to Touch [OK].
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct p [Diversion] will be enable only when the p Touching an incident you want to see allows system can find “traffic congestion”. you to view the detailed information of the p “Notification icon” shows the nearest traffic incident.
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Touch the traffic information item to display. A check mark appears by the selected traffic information. Traffic flow icon and line ! Red: average speed in this area is slower than 15 mph (24 km/h) ! Yellow: average speed in this area is be- p Touching [All (None)] selects or deselects tween 15 mph to 45 mph (24 km/h to 72 km/...
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct The information is updated. p [Refresh] appears when the new informa- tion is received. Touch [OK]. “Location confirmation screen” appears. = For details, refer to Checking the location on the map on page 50. # Touch [Call].
Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Touch [Add]. The “Stock Info” screen appears. Enter the stock symbol that you want to select, and then touch [OK]. The selected stock symbol is added to the “Stock Info” screen. p Arrow in the left of each item indicates the stock price movement.
Chapter Registering and connecting the Bluetooth device â If your devices feature Bluetooth technology, ! Searching for a specified Bluetooth device this navigation system can be connected to ! Pairing from your Bluetooth devices p If you try to register more than 5 devices, your devices wirelessly.
Chapter Registering and connecting the Bluetooth device p If the registered device features both HFP The system searches for devices featuring Bluetooth technology that are waiting for the and A2DP , the hands-free connection is connection and displays them in the list if the made and then the Bluetooth Audio con- device has found.
Chapter Registering and connecting the Bluetooth device and requesting connection from the Bluetooth device. Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your devices. For some Bluetooth devices, no specific action is necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless technology. For details, refer to the instruction manual of your devices.
Chapter Registering and connecting the Bluetooth device Deleting a registered device connection. However, connect the Bluetooth device manually in the following cases: When you have already registered 5 Bluetooth ! Two or more Bluetooth devices are regis- devices and you want to add another one, you tered, and you want to manually select the must first delete one of the registered devices.
Chapter Registering and connecting the Bluetooth device Touch the profile that you want to con- nect. You can select the following profiles: ! [Handsfree and Audio]: Connects the device as the hands-free phone and the Bluetooth audio player. ! [Audio]: Connects the device as Bluetooth audio player.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning : Network name of the cellular phone CAUTION company For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as : Strength of the Bluetooth connection much as possible while driving. between the navigation system and the de- vice If your cellular phone features Bluetooth tech- : Reception status of the cellular phone...
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Making a call home easily Alphabet tabs Makes the screen jump to the beginning of You can call home without taking the time to the page including the entry whose names enter the phone number if the phone number start with any of selected letters or numbers.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch an entry on the list. Dialing starts. p To cancel the call after the system starts dialing, touch # Touch [Detail]. The “Detailed Information” screen appears. You can check the details of the party before mak- ing a phone call.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Call] to make a call. To cancel the call after the system starts dial- ing, touch Touch to end the call. Dialing a facility’s phone number You can make a call to facilities with phone You can check the details of the party before mak- number data.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Call] to make a call. To cancel the call after the system starts dial- ing, touch Touch to end the call. Receiving a phone call You can perform hands-free answering by # Touch [Vol –] or [Vol +]. using the navigation system.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Transferring the phone book Check that the following screen is dis- played, and operate your cellular phone to You can transfer the phone book entries from transfer the phone book entries. your cellular phone to the phone book of navi- gation system.
Bluetooth function. If you do not use the Bluetooth wireless technology, we You can change the device name to be dis- recommend selecting [Off]. played on your cellular phone. (Default is [PIONEER NAVI].) Display the “Bluetooth Settings” screen. Display the “Bluetooth Settings” screen.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Display the “Bluetooth Settings” screen. Touch [Clear Memory]. The “Clear Memory” screen appears. Touch the desired option. ! [Off]: No automatic response. Respond manually ! [Immediately]: Answers immediately ! [After 3 seconds]: Answers after three sec- On this screen, you can select the following onds items:...
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Insert an SD memory card into the SD instruction manual that came with your cel- card slot. lular phone for detailed instructions. ! With cellular phones, phone book transfer = For more details of the operation, refer to In- may not work even though your phone is serting and ejecting an SD memory card on paired with the navigation system.
Chapter Using hands-free phoning Phone book transfers ! If there are more than 1 000 phone book en- tries on your cellular phone, all entries may not be downloaded completely. ! With some cellular phones, it may not be possible to transfer all items in the phone book at one time.
Chapter Customizing preferences The options in the “Navi Indicates the connection status of the GPS antenna, the reception sensitivity, and from Settings” menu how many satellites the signal is received. Displaying the “Navi Settings” Signal com- Used in posi- Color screen munication tioning...
Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [3D Calibration Status]. Clearing status The “3D Calibration Status” screen appears. You can delete the learned results stored in [Distance], [Speed Pulse] or [Learning Sta- tus]. Touch [Distance] or [Speed Pulse]. The following message appears. 1 Speed The speed detected by the navigation sys- tem is indicated.
Chapter Customizing preferences Using the “Gas Mileage” function ! [Gas Unit]: Set the fuel unit. Inputting the fuel consumption ! [Currency]: information for calculating the fuel cost Set the unit of currency. You can estimate the fuel cost to your destina- When all the items are entered, inputting the tion by entering the fuel consumption informa- fuel consumption information is complete.
Chapter Customizing preferences Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. = For more details of the operation, refer to In- serting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 31. Display the “Navi Settings” screen. Touch [Gas Mileage]. The “Gas Mileage Setting”...
Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Set Home]. ! [On]: The “Set Home” screen appears. You can export your track log to the SD memory card. ! [Off] (default): You cannot export your track log to the SD memory card. # Touch [Type]. Each time you touch the key changes that set- ting.
Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Settings]. Touch the desired language. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. After the language is selected, the screen re- turns to the previous screen. Touch [System Settings]. The “System Settings” screen appears. Touch [OK] on the “Regional Settings” screen.
Chapter Customizing preferences Summer time setting is off by default. Touch [Summer Time] to change the setting if you are in the summer time period. Touch [Time format]. Each time you touch the key changes that set- ting. ! [12H] (default): Changes the display to 12-hour format with am/pm.
Chapter Customizing preferences p Splash screen images should be used with- This setting controls the guidance volume of navigation. in the following formats; p When set to — BMP or JPEG files , guidance is output. — Allowable horizontal and vertical size When set to , no guidance is output.
Gently touch the center of + mark dis- CAUTION played on the screen. Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which The target indicates the order. outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the After you touch all marks, the adjusted posi- screen image may appear reversed.
Chapter Customizing preferences Setting the illumination color The illumination color can be selected from 11 different colors. Furthermore, the illumination color can be switched between these 11 colors in order. To set the illumination color, display the “Illu- mination Color” screen. Display the “System Settings”...
Chapter Customizing preferences Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. = For more details of the operation, refer to In- serting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 31. Press the HOME button to display the “Top Menu”.
Chapter Using the radio (FM) Using the touch panel keys You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio (FM). % Touch [FM] on the “AV Source” menu to display the “FM” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 36.
Chapter Using the radio (FM) Switching between the The next time you touch the same pre- set tuning key [P1] to [P6], the radio station detailed information display frequencies are recalled from memory. and the preset list display p You can also use [c] and [d] to recall radio You can switch the left side of the basic screen stations assigned to preset tuning keys [P1] according to your preference.
Chapter Using the radio (FM) Touch [Start] to start “BSM”. BSM begins to flash. While BSM is flashing, the six strongest broadcast frequencies will be stored under the preset tuning keys [P1] to [P6] in order of their signal strength. When this is complete, BSM stops flashing.
Chapter Using the radio (AM) You can listen to the radio using this naviga- = For details, refer to Using the “Function” menu on the next page. tion system. This section describes operations 2 Select a preset channel for radio (AM). c or d can be used to switch presets.
Chapter Using the radio (AM) 1 Storing the strongest broadcast fre- Storing and recalling broadcast quencies frequencies = For details, refer to this page. With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys 2 Tuning in strong signals ([P1] to [P6]), you can easily store up to six = For details, refer to this page.
Chapter HD RadioäReception Using the touch panel keys You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for HD Radio reception. p For details concerning operation, refer to the HD Radio tuner’s operation manual. % Touch [Digital Radio] on the “AV Source”...
Chapter HD RadioäReception Switching between the The next time you touch the same pre- set tuning key [P1] to [P6], the radio station detailed information display frequencies are recalled from memory. and the preset list display p You can also use [c] and [d] to recall radio stations assigned to preset tuning keys [P1] You can switch the left side of the basic screen according to your preference.
Chapter HD RadioäReception Touch [cPrev] or [Nextd] to set the sen- = For details, refer to this page. 3 Tuning in strong signals sitivity. = For details, refer to this page. There are four levels of sensitivity for FM and 4 Switching the reception mode two levels for AM: FM: 1 —...
Chapter Playing audio CDs You can play a normal music CD using the Indicator Meaning built-in drive of the navigation system. This All tracks in the current disc section describes how. Disc Random are played in random order. Insert the disc you want to play into The beginning of each track disc-loading slot.
Chapter Playing audio CDs Using the “Function” menu Touching [p] skips to the start of the next track. Touching [o] once skips to the start Touch [Disc] on the “AV Source” menu of the current track. Touching it again will skip to display the “CD”...
Chapter Playing music files on ROM You can play a disc that contains compressed Indicator Meaning audio files using the built-in drive of the navi- All audio files in the disc are gation system. This section describes these Disc Repeat played repeatedly.
Chapter Playing music files on ROM Using the touch panel keys All of the songs in the disc can be played at random by touching only one key. p If the disc contains a mixture of various media file types, all tracks within the current part (“CD”...
Chapter Playing music files on ROM Touch Touching [Scan] switches between [On] and [Off]. When you find the track you want, touch [Scan] to turn scan play off. p After completion of track or folder scan- ning, normal playback of the tracks will begin again.
Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Using the touch panel keys You can play a DVD-Video using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Playback screen (page1) scribes operations for playing a DVD-Video. Reading the screen Playback screen (page2) 9 ab 1 Source icon Shows which source has been selected.
Chapter Playing a DVD-Video You can display the menu by touching [Menu] [f], [m] or [n] opposite to key pushed or [Top Menu] while a disc is playing. Touch- for five seconds. d Searching for a desired scene and starting ing either of these keys again lets you start playback from the location selected from the playback from a specified time...
Chapter Playing a DVD-Video % Touching [BookM.]: Direct number search You can bookmark one point for each of up to You can use this function when you need to five discs. If you try to memorize another point enter a numerical command during DVD play- for the same disc, the oldest bookmark will be back.
Chapter Playing a DVD-Video p To return to normal playback, touch [f]. Touch [a], [b], [c] or [d] to select the desired menu item. Touch [q] or [r] to adjust playback speed during slow motion playback. Each time you touch [q] or [r] it changes the speed in four steps in the following order: 1/16 f 1/8 f 1/4 f 1/2 p There is no sound during slow motion play-...
Chapter Playing a DVD-Video p If you perform chapter (title) search, fast forward, fast reverse or slow motion playback, the repeat play range changes to “Disc”. p This function is not available when disc playback has been stopped. 2 Selecting audio output When playing DVDs recorded with LPCM audio, you can switch the audio output.
Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Using the touch panel keys You can play a DVD-VR (DVD Video Recording Format) disc using the built-in drive of the na- Playback screen (page1) vigation system. This section describes opera- tions for DVD-VR discs. Reading the screen Playback screen (page2) 1 Source icon...
Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Touching [f] switches between playback = For details, refer to Searching for a speci- and pause. fic scene and starting playback from a 6 Switch the display specified time on this page. Touching [Disp] changes the information as follows: Searching for a specific scene Disc information display —...
Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Switch the playback mode Touch the title to play from the list. You have two methods for playing DVD-VR discs; Original (original) and Playlist (play- list). p Titles created with DVD recorders are called original. Those based on original, re- arranged titles are called playlist.
Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Using the “Function” menu 3 DVD setup adjustments = For details, refer to Displaying DVD/ Touch [Disc] on the “AV Source” menu DivX® Setup menu on page 130. to display the “DVD-VR” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 36.
Chapter Playing a DivX video Using the touch panel keys You can play a DivX disc using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Playback screen (page1) scribes that operations. Reading the screen Playback screen (page2) 1 Source icon Shows which source has been selected.
Chapter Playing a DivX video Frame-by-frame playback Touching [p] skips to the start of the next file. Touching [o] once skips to the start of This lets you move ahead one frame at a time the current file. Touching again will skip to the during playback.
Chapter Playing a DivX video Touch the keys to input the target num- Touch ber or time and then touch [Enter]. Function menu For time (time search) ! To select 5 minutes 03 seconds, touch , [min], ,  and [Enter] in order. ! To select 71 minutes 00 seconds, touch , , [min], ,  and [Enter] in order.
Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Touch the desired language. Configure the DVD-Video/DVD-VR/DivX player. When you select [Others], a language code input display is shown. Input the four digit Displaying DVD/DivX® Setup code of the desired language then touch [Enter]. menu = Refer to Language code chart for DVDs on Play the disc that contains DVD-Video, page 133.
Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Touch [TV Aspect]. While the input number is displayed, Each touch of [TV Aspect] changes the setting touch [Enter]. as follows: The code number is registered, and you can ! 16:9 — Wide screen picture (16:9) is dis- now set the level.
Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Display the “DVD/DivX® Setup” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying DVD/DivX® Setup menu on page 130. Touch [Auto Play]. Touching [Auto Play] switches this setting be- tween [On] and [Off]. p When [Auto Play] is set to [On], the repeat range is automatically set to [Disc].
Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) You can play the compressed audio files refer to the manual supplied with the USB stored in the external storage device (USB, storage device. 1 Source icon SD). p In the following description, the SD mem- Shows which source has been selected.
Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) 9 Current file number and total number of 3 Skip forward or backward files Touching [p] skips to the start of the next Shows the file number currently played and file. Touching [o] once skips to the start of the total number of playable audio files.
Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Touch the track you want to play. Scan play lets you hear the first 10 seconds p To cancel the list screen, touch [Detail]. of each track. Scan play is performed in the current repeat play range.
Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) You can play the video files stored in the exter- refer to the manual supplied with the USB nal storage device (USB, SD). storage device. p In the following description, the SD mem- 1 Source icon ory card and USB memory device are col- Shows which source has been selected.
Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) To return to the previous screen, touch Touching [p] skips to the start of the next file. Touching [o] once skips to the start of [Detail]. the current file. Touching again will skip to the previous file.
Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) Using the “Function” menu Touch [USB] or [SD] on the “AV Source” menu to display the “USB” or “SD” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 36. Touch the screen to display the touch panel keys.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) 1 Source icon Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- Shows which source has been selected. 2 Chapter number indicator tion system. p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU50V) Shows the current chapter number and total (sold separately) is required for connection.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Using the touch panel keys of the current song. Touching again will skip to the previous song. When the track with (Music) chapters played, chapter can be skipped back and forward. Fast reverse or forward Touch and hold [o] or [p] to fast reverse or fast forward.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) p Touching [All] on the list includes all op- Touch the character key to display the page which includes applicable options. tions in the current list. For example, if you touch [All] after touching [Artists], you can On the song (or episode) list, touch the proceed to the next screen with all artists in track you want to play.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) On the video list, touch the video you If you touch and hold [o] or [p] for five want to play. seconds, fast reverse/fast forward continues even if you release either of these keys. To re- Touch the screen to display the touch sume playback at a desired point, touch panel keys.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Searching for applicable items Touch alphabetically Using the search control displays the page which includes the first applicable option. p This function is available for the alphabeti- cal list only. 1 Setting repeat play There are two repeat play types for play- back.
Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) ! On — Outputs the wide-screen video from iPod ! Off — Outputs the normal-sized video from iPod p Display size is changed after you change “Widescreen” setting and select the video to play. p This setting is available only during the video operation.
Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player % Touch [Bluetooth Audio] on the “AV You can control the Bluetooth audio player Source” menu to display the featuring Bluetooth wireless technology. p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, “Bluetooth Audio” screen. you need to register and connect the device = For details concerning operations, refer to to this navigation system.
Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Using the “Function” menu Indicator Meaning p This menu is available only when the con- All Repeat All audio files in the current nected Bluetooth audio player features Bluetooth audio player are All Repeat Ran- played repeatedly.
Chapter Using the XM tuner About the logo for channel name You can use the navigation system to control an XM satellite digital tuner, which is sold se- Only the logo data that is contained in the na- parately. vigation system can be displayed for each For details concerning operation, refer to the channel.
Chapter Using the XM tuner 6 Preset key for receiving the traffic Using the touch panel keys audio service % Touch [XM] on the “AV Source” menu = For details, refer to Using the direct traffic to display the “XM” screen. announcement function on page 151.
Chapter Using the XM tuner Input  and then touch [Enter]. Touch the desired channel that you want to listen to. If you select another channel, display of the Radio ID is canceled. Storing and recalling broadcast stations With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys ([P1] to [P6]), you can easily store up to six broadcast channels for later recall (also with the touch of a key).
Chapter Using the XM tuner p You can customize the setting for the mem- Tuning in to the memorized channel orized songs later. % Touch [Traffic]. = For more details concerning the opera- p You can also perform this operation by tion, refer to Setting the memorized touching [Traffic] on the “AV Source”...
Chapter Using the XM tuner Setting the memorized songs Selecting the songs to alert The list of song titles memorized for the MyMix Function (MyMix list) is displayed. You can change the notification setting when the song is broadcast again. You can enable or disable notification for each song.
Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE is = For details, refer to Switch the SIRIUS required. For details concerning operation, channel select mode on the next page. refer to the owner’s manual of Pioneer SIR- 7 Variable information area IUS BUS INTERFACE and SiriusConnect universal tuner.
Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner You can select a channel within a selected CATEGORY MODE category that you operate this function. 9 Select a SIRIUS channel directly = For details, refer to Selecting a SIRIUS channel directly on this page. a Switch the SIRIUS display Each touch of [Disp] changes the display information.
Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner p You cannot memorize a song that does not Storing and recalling broadcast have song title and artist name information. stations p You cannot memorize the song title or the With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys artist name of channel “000”.
Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE (if Pioneer SIRIUS BUS IN- TERFACE capable for this function). As soon as you tune to a channel, Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE automatically begins storing the broadcast. It can store approximately up to 44...
Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Touch [Memo Edit]. team selection is not possible. In this case, first delete the team selection and then try Touch [Alert]. again. p Touch to toggle the selection. Changing the alert setting Deleting the memorized songs You can enable or disable the alert for selected You can delete each one of the memorized items.
Chapter Using AV input You can display “video image” output by AV1 Using the touch panel keys Input or AV2 Input to the screen of the navi- % Touch the screen to display the touch gation system. For details of the connection method, refer to “Installation Manual”.
Chapter Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) The term “external unit” refers to future Pioneer devices that are not currently planned for, or to devices that allow control of basic functions although they are not fully con- trolled by the navigation system. Two external units can be controlled by this navigation sys- tem.
Chapter Other functions — The “Video image” and sound are output Selecting the video for only when the appropriate setting on “Rear display” [AV1 Input] or [AV2 Input] are You can choose either to show the same [Video]. image as the front screen or to show the se- lected source on the “Rear display”.
Chapter Other functions p The adjustments of Brightness and Contrast are stored separately when your vehicle’s headlights are off (daytime) and when your vehicle’s headlights are on (nighttime). These are switched automati- cally depending on whether the vehicle’s headlights are on or off. p The adjustments of Dimmer is stored sepa- rately when your vehicle’s headlights are off (daytime) and when your vehicle’s head-...
Touch [AV Settings]. The “AV System Settings” menu appears. ting as follows: ! Off — No video component is connected ! EXT — Pioneer external unit connected with the RCA video cable ! Video — External video component Switching the auto antenna...
Chapter Customizing preferences Changing the wide screen mode Setting the rear output % Touch [Wide Mode] on the “AV System The navigation system’s rear output can be used for a full-range speaker or subwoofer Settings” menu. connection. If you switch Rear SP to Sub. W, = For details, refer to Displaying the “AV Sys- you can connect a rear speaker lead directly to tem Settings”...
Chapter Customizing preferences — When the navigation outputs the gui- Changing the voice output of dance voice. the navigation guidance — When you use a cellular phone via Blue- You can set the speaker to output the naviga- tooth technology (dialing, talking, in- tion guidance and phone voice, etc.
Chapter Customizing preferences p Once the cataloging is completed, you can Touch [On] or [Off] to activate or deacti- vate “VR Catalog Mode”. deactivate [VR Catalog Menu] until you update the content/data on iPod. If you up- # Touch [Cancel]. date the iPod data, activate [VR Catalog Stops the cataloging of iPod.
Chapter Customizing preferences p You cannot make adjustments in the follow- Left:15 to Right:15 is displayed as the left/ right speaker balance moves from left to right. ing situations: — AV source is [Off] — During muting/attenuation Using the equalizer p You cannot select [SLA] when the FM tuner The equalizer lets you adjust equalization to is selected as the AV source.
Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [EQ] on the “AV Sound Settings” The difference between “Custom1” and “Custom2” menu. ! A separate Custom1 curve can be created for each source. If you make adjustments when a curve Super Bass, Powerful, Natural, Vocal, Flat, or Custom1 is se- lected, the equalizer curve settings will be memorized in Custom1.
Chapter Customizing preferences Adjusting loudness Touch [c] or [d] next to “Frequency(Hz)” to select cut-off fre- Loudness compensates for deficiencies in the quency. low- and high-sound ranges at low volume. Each time you touch [c] or [d], cut-off fre- Touch [Loudness] on the “AV Sound quencies are selected in the following order: 50 Hz —...
Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [+] or [–] to adjust the source vo- Touch desired stage setting. lume. +8dB to –8dB is displayed as the source vo- lume is increased or decreased. The following AV sources are set to the same source level adjustment volume automatically.
Basics of Voice Operation screen or the AV operation screen is dis- played. Your Pioneer navigation system uses the latest The voice operation screen appears. in voice recognition technology. You can use voice commands to operate many of its func- tions.
Examples of voice operation of the iPod are pears. After a message, the beep indicates shown below. (A method for playing the album title named “Pioneer” is described here, along that the system is ready to accept your voice command. Say a command after this beep.
Say “Play the album Pioneer” to play- back the album name “Pioneer”. If the command is recognized properly, play- back starts from the first song of “Pioneer”. Available Basic Voice Commands The navigation system can also recognize the words in the following list.
Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Voice commands and operations Play artists d Displays the artist list d Say the artist name that you want to play. Play the artist <Artist name> d Starts playback from the top of the selected artist. Play albums d Displays the album list d Say the album name that you want to play.
Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Voice operation for AV source (other than iPod) AV source selection Voice commands and operations Change Source to DISC d Switches the AV source to Disc. Change Source to FM d Switches the AV source to FM. Change Source to AM d Switches the AV source to AM.
Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Voice commands related to hands-free phoning p You can make a phone call by voice dialing if the cellular phone featuring Bluetooth wireless technology is being paired with the navigation system. p For <entry’s name> shown on the follow- ing chart, say the name of the entry stored in “Contacts”.
Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Tips for Voice Operation For your voice commands to be correctly re- cognized and interpreted, ensure that condi- tions are suitable for recognition. Close the vehicle windows Please note that wind through the vehicle win- dow or miscellaneous noise from outside the vehicle can interfere with voice operation.
Touch [OK]. Forgotten password Password protection is applied. p If you want to change the password cur- Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer Ser- rently set, enter the current password and vice Station. then enter the new one.
Chapter Other functions Restoring the default setting Returning the navigation system to the default or Resets various settings registered to the navi- gation system and restores them to the default factory settings or factory settings. You can return settings or recorded content to p Some data remains.
Chapter Other functions 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. p Almost all items not listed below will be re- tained.
Chapter Other functions Navigation functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 4 [Phone Menu] — All settings menu — — — — Other functions Anti-theft password AV functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 4 — — — Volume —...
If you have problems operating your navigation system, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems with the navigation screen...
Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) You cannot position your vehicle Something covers the GPS antenna. Do not cover the GPS antenna with spray on the map without a significant paint or vehicle wax, because this may block positioning error. the reception of GPS signals.
Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) “Rear display” picture disap- The source disc being listened to in Before ejecting the disc, switch the source. pears. the navigation system has been This problem may occur when certain con- ejected. nection methods are used. There is a problem with the “Rear Check the “Rear display”...
Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) No sounds are produced. Cables are not connected correctly. Connect the cables correctly. The volume level will not rise. The system is performing still, slow There is no sound during still, slow motion, or motion, or frame-by-frame playback frame-by-frame playback with DVD-Video.
Appendix Appendix Problems with the phone screen Symptom Cause Action (Reference) Dialing is not possible because Your phone is out of range for ser- Retry after re-entering the range for service. the touch panel keys for dialing vice. are inactive. The connection between the cellular Perform the connection process.
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 possi- The destination is too far.
Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Connection failed. The cellular phone’s Bluetooth wire- Activate the target phone’s Bluetooth wire- less technology is turned off. less technology. The cellular phone is paired (con- Cancel the pairing (connection) and retry. nected) with another device. Rejection has been received from Operate the target phone and accept the con- the cellular phone.
If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service center. The messages in “( )” will appear on the “Rear display”.
Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Cannot play back all tracks All the files on the inserted external Store playable files. storage device are secured by DRM. All of the files cannot be played by Replace it with the playable file. (Page 199) this unit.
The position of the speed detection circuit vary depending on the vehicle model. For The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a details, consult your authorized Pioneer network of satellites orbiting the Earth. Each dealer or an installation professional. of the satellites, which orbit at a height of...
Appendix Appendix Map matching When positioning by GPS is As mentioned, the positioning systems used impossible by this navigation system are susceptible to ! GPS positioning is disabled if signals can- certain errors. Their calculations may, on occa- not be received from more than two GPS sion, place you in a location on the map where satellites.
Appendix Appendix Conditions likely to cause ! If you drive in zigzags. noticeable positioning errors For various reasons, such as the state of the road you are traveling on and the reception status of the GPS signal, the actual position of your vehicle may differ from the position dis- played on the map screen.
Appendix Appendix ! If you are on a steep mountain road with ! If trees or other obstacles block the GPS many height changes. signals for a considerable period. ! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-and- ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey parking lot stop manner, as in a traffic congestion.
Appendix Appendix drive towards your destination for a while, CAUTION and try route calculation again. When a route is calculated, the route and voice ! When there is a traffic congestion ahead, a guidance for the route are automatically set. detour route may not be suggested if driv- Also, for day or time traffic regulations, only infor- ing through the traffic congestion would...
Appendix Appendix Built-in drive and care ! Despite our careful design of the product, small scratches that do not affect actual ! Use only conventional, fully circular discs. operation may appear on the disc surface Do not use shaped discs. as a result of mechanical wear, ambient conditions for use or handling of the disc.
DVD drive. The region number of the player can be found on this product’s chassis. Dolby Digital DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD-R DL (Dual AVIC-Z110BT will down-mix Dolby Digital sig- Layer) discs nals internally and the sound will be output in ! Unfinalized discs which have been re- stereo.
Appendix Appendix vice (USB, SD) with complex folder hierar- chies. ! Operations may vary depending on the kind of an external storage device (USB, SD). ! It may not be possible to play some music files from SD or USB because of file char- CD-R/CD-RW discs acteristics, file format, recorded applica- ! Unfinalized discs cannot be played back.
Appendix Appendix Handling guidelines and ! Up to 255 subtitle files may be used. Any more subtitle files will not be recognized. supplemental information ! Up to 64 characters can be used for the ! This system is not compatible with Multi name of the subtitle file, including the ex- Media Card (MMC).
Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 2, File system ISO9660 level 2, FAT16/FAT32 Romeo, Joliet Romeo and Joliet and UDF 1.02 Maximum number of folders Maximum number of 3 500...
Appendix Appendix WAV compatibility DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice File extension .wav Format Linear PCM (LPCM), IMA-ADPCM WAV files on the CD-R/-RW, DVD-R/-RW/-R LPCM: 16 kHz to 48 kHz Sampling frequency DL cannot be played. IMA-ADPCM: 22.05 kHz and 44.1 kHz LPCM: 8 bits and 16 bits Quantization bits...
Appendix Appendix DivX compatibility DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice File extension .avi/.divx Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Profile (DivX version) Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec MP3, Dolby Digital DivX files on the external storage device Bit rate (MP3) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR (USB, SD) cannot be played.
Appendix Appendix Common notes Example of a hierarchy ! The navigation system may not operate cor- The following figure is an example of the tier rectly, depending on the application used structure in the disc. The numbers in the fig- to encode WMA files.
READY Logo WMA/WMV The SAT RADIO READY logo indicates that the Satellite Radio Tuner for Pioneer (i. e., XM tuner and Sirius satellite tuner which are sold separately) can be controlled by this naviga- tion system. Please inquire with your dealer or ™...
CD-R/RW/ROM and DVD-R/RW/ROM discs. CAUTION Keeping the same terminology as DVD video, ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost individual DivX video files are called “Titles”. from an iPod, even if that data is lost while When naming files/titles on a CD-R/RW or a using the navigation system.
Appendix Appendix iPhone ! Do not push the LCD screen with excessive force as this may scratch it. ! Never touch the LCD screen with anything besides your finger when operating the Touch panel functions. The LCD screen can scratch easily. Liquid crystal display (LCD) screen ! If the LCD screen is near the vent of an air “Works with iPhone”...
! If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorized PIONEER Service Station.
Appendix Appendix Glossary DivX DivX is a popular media technology created by DivX, Inc. DivX media files contain highly com- AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and pressed video with high visual quality that refers to an audio compression technology maintains a relatively small file size.
Appendix Appendix ID3 tag MPEG This is a method of embedding track-related This stands for Moving Pictures Experts information in an MP3 file. This embedded in- Group, and is an international video image formation can include the track title, the ar- compression standard.
Appendix Appendix Parental lock Track log Some DVD-Video discs with violent or adult-or- Your navigation system logs routes that you al- iented scenes feature parental lock which pre- ready passed through if the track logger is ac- tivated. This recorded route is called a “track vents children from viewing such scenes.
Appendix Appendix Specifications Audio Maximum power output ..50 W × 4 General 50 W × 2 ch/4 W + 70 W × 1 ch/2 W (for subwoofer) Rated power source ....14.4 V DC (allowable voltage range: Continuous power output ... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 kHz, 5 %THD, 4 W LOAD, Both 10.8 V to 15.1 V DC) Grounding system ....
Appendix Appendix Dynamic range ......95 dB (1 kHz) (CD: 94 dB Signal-to-noise ratio ....62 dB (IHF-A network) (1 kHz)) CEA2006 Specifications Distortion ........0.008 % (1 kHz) Output level: Video ........1.0 Vp-p/75 W (±0.2 V) Audio ........1.0 V (1 kHz, 0 dB) Number of channels ....
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