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OWNER'S MANUAL
DVD-Video / USB Multi-Source Receiver / 4.3"
Portable Navigation / Built-in Bluetooth
wireless technology
We appreciate your purchase of this receiver.
Please read through this manual for correct operation.
We suggest that after reading it you keep this manual
in a safe place for future reference.
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    OWNER'S MANUAL DVD-Video / USB Multi-Source Receiver / 4.3" ® Portable Navigation / Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology We appreciate your purchase of this receiver. Please read through this manual for correct operation. We suggest that after reading it you keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.

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    The symbols described below are found in this instruction manual as well as on the device itself to insure its proper and safe usage and to prevent injury or damage to property. Make sure you understand the meaning of these symbols before reading the rest of this manual.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Before Use 1. Safety precautions.............. 8 2. Before use ................. 12 Discs ........................14 Operation 1. About This Receiver ............17 Control Names and Operations................17 Panel Switches....................... 17 Turning the POWER ON or OFF ...............18 Switching Between the Audio and Navigation Screen ........18 Turning the PND Display ON and OFF ............19 Detaching the PND ....................19 Using the PND........................

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    Illumination ........................26 Voice guidance....................... 27 Camera setting ....................... 27 Radio area........................27 Screen Adjustment and Setting ...............27 Picture Quality Adjustment ................28 Contrast.......................... 28 Brightness ........................28 Color..........................28 Tint (only for NTSC) ....................... 28 Switching the Wide Screen Mode ..............29 3.

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    Selecting a Preset Channel.................... 35 Touching a Preset Switch....................35 Selecting a Radio Band..................35 Saving a Station in Memory................35 Manual Saving........................ 35 Auto Station Memory (ASM)................... 36 Preset Scan ......................36 Showing the current frequency on the sub-display........36 2. How to use the SIRIUS satellite radio ......37 Listening to SIRIUS satellite radio ..............37 Check the SIRIUS ID..................37 Changing the SIRIUS band ................38...

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    Displaying information about the current broadcast on the sub-display ....................42 4. Using the CD Player ............43 Listening To a CD ....................43 Selecting a Desired Track.................43 Fast Forward/Rewind ..................44 Finding a Desired Title ..................44 Repeating the Same Track................44 Random Play......................45 Displaying the information on the sub-display ..........45 5.

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    When Playing Back CD-R/RW ..................55 6. Using the USB Music File Player........56 Playing USB Music Files...................56 Fast Forward/Rewind ..................56 Selecting a Desired Music File .................57 Finding a Desired Music File ................57 Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File ............58 Random Play of Music Files ................58 About USB devices ...................58 Playable USB Memory Standards..................

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    Disc Menu Operations..................66 Finding a Desired Video..................66 Finding by Chapter ......................66 Finding by Title Number ....................66 Finding by chapter number..................... 67 Changing the Touch Switch Display ...............67 Hiding the Touch Switch....................67 Relocating the Touch Switch Display ................68 Changing the Screen Display and Audio Mode..........68 Changing the Angle......................

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    Pausing.......................81 Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File ............81 Random Play of Music Files ................81 2. Using the AUX..............82 Switching the AUX Mode ON and OFF ............82 Listening to the Portable Audio Player ............83 Others 1. About the Steering Wheel Switches ....... 84 Manual setting of steering wheel switch functions........84 Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches ..........85 2.

  • Page 10: Before Use

    Before Use Safety precautions WARNING ● Do not modify this system for any uses other than that specified herein. Also, do not deviate from the installation procedures described herein; Eclipse will not be held liable for damages including, but not limited to serious injury, death or property damage resulting from installations that enable unintended operation.

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    ● Do not disassemble or alter this main unit. Doing so may result in an accident, fire or shock. ● Do not let water or foreign objects enter the internal parts of this main unit. Doing so may result in smoke, fire or shock. ●...

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    Before Use Safety precautions CAUTION ● Wiring and installing this main unit requires expertise and experience. Professional installation is recommended. Consult with your dealer or a professional installation expert. Incorrect wiring may damage the main unit or interfere with safe operation of the vehicle. ●...

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    IMPORTANT ● When there is a lot of vibration – when driving on a bad road for example – the main unit may become inoperable due to it not being able to read data from the disc. ● Condensation may accumulate on the lens, with the function requiring reading of CDs and DVDs, immediately after turning ON the heater in cold temperatures.

  • Page 14: Before Use

    Before Use Before use CAUTION ● Be very careful and pay full attention to safety when operating the audio controls while driving. Otherwise accidents may occur. Also, be sure to set the volume so that you can still adequately hear sounds outside the vehicle. Improper use may result in a traffic accident.

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    ● Do not leave the monitor in tilt position when you are not using Otherwise, it may be damaged. ● Do not insert any objects other than discs into the disc slot. Otherwise damage may result. ● Be careful not to get your fingers or other objects caught behind the monitor when it is being retracted into place.

  • Page 16: Discs

    Before Use Before use Discs ATTENTION ● In cold or rainy weather, just as the interior glass surface becomes fogged, dew (water condensation) may also settle on the main unit. When this occurs, disc playback may become intermittent or impossible. Dehumidify the air in the vehicle for a while before resuming playback. ●...

  • Page 17: Handling Discs

    ● A Copy Control CD (CCCD) may not be played as it does not meet the official CD Standard. ■ Handling discs ● Do not place a disc in direct sunlight; store each disc in their protective cases. Otherwise, discs may warp and fail to play. ●...

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    Before Use Before use ■ Brand new CDs ● You may notice that some brand new discs are rough around Rough edges the center hole or outside. In this case, remove burrs or flakes Ballpoint pen around the edge using the side of a ballpoint pen before using a new disc.

  • Page 19: Operation

    Operation About This Receiver Control Names and Operations You can operate this receiver by pressing the panel buttons (panel switches) or by touching the switches displayed on the screen (touch switches). ■ Panel Switches Press each panel switch to operate it. Microphone Light sensor Sub-display...

  • Page 20: Turning The Power On Or Off

    Operation About This Receiver Short press: Tunes radio stations by SEEK UP/DOWN. Selects folders in the CD (MP3/WMA) mode. [SELECT (Upper/Lower)] Long press: Continues SEEK UP/DOWN of radio stations. button Long press of the DOWN button: Returns to the root directory in the MP3/WMA mode.

  • Page 21: Turning The Pnd Display On And Off

    Turning the PND Display Press the [Release] button. ON and OFF ● The right-hand side of PND will be When the PND display is ON, hold unlatched from this receiver. down the [MUTE] button for 1 or more seconds. Remove the PND. ●...

  • Page 22: Using The Audio Cover

    Operation About This Receiver Using the Audio Cover Hands-Free Microphone and Light Sensor ■ Using the Audio Cover The PND is equipped with a built-in hands- free microphone and a light sensor. For After detaching the PND, we recommend you details on how to use the hands-free call to use the optional Audio Cover for this function or configure light sensor settings,...

  • Page 23: Adjusting The Display Angle

    Adjusting the Display Angle When the screen shines due to ambient sunlight, you can adjust the angle of the display. CAUTION When adjusting its angle, take care not to pinch your fingers. Otherwise you may hurt yourself or the display may fail. IMPORTANT ●...

  • Page 24: Loading/unloading A Disc

    Operation About This Receiver Loading/Unloading a Press the [ (OPEN/EJECT)] button. Disc ● The display will open and the disc insertion When you listen to a music, insert a CD into slot will open. the drive slot. Also, when you play a movie, insert its DVD into the slot.

  • Page 25: Cd/dvd Unloading Steps

    ● When you insert a CD into slot, its music ■ CD/DVD unloading steps will be played or the MP3/WMA play will start. IMPORTANT ● When unloading a disc, use the following notes. Automatic transmission (AT) car: If it is difficult to unload disc when the shift lever is in P position, shift it to the N position.

  • Page 26: Operation Conditions Of This Receiver

    Operation About This Receiver Operation Conditions of this Receiver You can or cannot operate this receiver in the following conditions (the ignition key positions). CAUTION When installing this device to vehicles, please be sure to connect the parking brake signal. If the parking brake signal is not connected, this device will not operate normally.

  • Page 27: Setup Of This Receiver

    Operation Setup of This Receiver Setup of This Receiver ■ Enable guide tone You can select the guide tone, illumination Turn the “Guide tone” ON or OFF. If turned and other useful functions of this receiver. ON, a guidance tone can be heard when you operate a button.

  • Page 28: Enable Vtr

    Operation Setup of This Receiver ■ Enable VTR ■ Link night view to headlights Turn the VTR ON or OFF. If it is ON, you can If “Enabled”, the PND display is switched to select the VTR input. the night view mode when you turn on the car lighting.

  • Page 29: Voice Guidance

    ■ Voice guidance ■ Radio area Select the Right or Left navigation voice Select US, Latin or Asia as your radio area. channel. This function switches only the settings of the main unit. remains unchanged. Touch Next CAUTION Be sure to select your radio area. Touch Change Touch...

  • Page 30: Picture Quality Adjustment

    Operation Setup of This Receiver Picture Quality ■ Color Adjustment Touch Hold down the [CTRL] button during DVD or VTR image display. Adjust the color of image by sliding from the left end position (0%) to the right end position (100%). ■...

  • Page 31: Switching The Wide Screen Mode

    Switching the Wide Screen Mode CHECK You can switch the screen mode from DVD, iPod-video, or VTR setting screen. ● 16:9 mode The screen with the 9 (vertical) by 16 (horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen Touch size) is uniformly expanded in the left and right directions.

  • Page 32: Switching The Audio Source

    Operation Switching the Audio Source Switching the audio source Press the [SRC] button. ● The audio source is switched as follows each time you press the [SRC] button. FM/AM Sirius DISC (DVD *1*4 *1*4 or CD) iPod FM/AM Cannot be selected if the correspond- ing device is not connected to the main unit.

  • Page 33: Volume Control

    Operation Volume Control Adjusting the volume Turn the [VOL] rotary knob. ● Turn to the right to increase the volume. Turn to the left to decrease the volume. ATTENTION ● Adjust the volume level that does not affect on your safety driving. ●...

  • Page 34: Adjusting The Sound Quality

    Operation Adjusting the sound quality You can fine-tune the audio sound in the audio control mode. Switching Audio Control ■ Adjusting the TREBLE Modes You can adjust the treble (high sounds). ● To the right: IMPORTANT Emphasizes high sounds. ● The audio control mode is canceled if you press no button more than 6 seconds.

  • Page 35: Selecting Phase (non-fader Phase)

    ■ Selecting ■ Setting phase (NON-FADER loudness mode PHASE) (LOUDNESS) The merger of sound between the front and Accentuate low and high frequencies when rear speakers and the woofer can be the volume is low. improved by selecting the phase. Switch the When loudness apparent...

  • Page 36: Audio Operations

    Audio operations Using the Radio BAND selection Button Tune up/down (Manual tuning) Button Seek up/down (Auto tuning) Button Listening to the Radio ■ Manual Tuning Press the [SRC] button repeatedly Press the [SELECT (Right)] or until “FM” or “AM” is displayed on the [SELECT (Left)] button.

  • Page 37: Selecting A Preset Channel

    Saving a Station in ■ Selecting a Preset Channel Memory Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or You can save a radio station in memory in the [SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more auto or manual mode. seconds. ● To the right: ■...

  • Page 38: Auto Station Memory (asm)

    Audio operations Using the Radio Preset Scan ■ Auto Station Memory (ASM) This function enables reception of all the IMPORTANT stations in the preset switches to be played for five seconds each. ● You can select a station by simply touching a preset switch (any of [1] to [6]).

  • Page 39: How To Use The Sirius Satellite Radio

    Audio operations How to use the SIRIUS satellite radio When an optional SIRIUS satellite radio tuner is connected, SIRIUS satellite radio broadcasts can be received. TEXT BAND selection Button Channel selection Button Category selection Button Listening to SIRIUS Check the SIRIUS ID satellite radio The SIRIUS ID number is a 12-digit numerical code that is assigned each time...

  • Page 40: Changing The Sirius Band

    Audio operations How to use the SIRIUS satellite radio Changing the SIRIUS ■ Selecting a channel band Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT (Left)] button. Press the [BAND] button. ● Right: Selects the higher channel. ● The BAND changes. Left: Selects the lower channel. [SR1] [SR2] [SR3]...

  • Page 41: Memorizing Channels

    Selecting a preset Input a channel. channel Touch one of the touch switches, [1] to [6], that appear on the PND display. ● The channel preset to the selected touch switch is tuned. Preset Scan Touch Select Touch Preferences Memorizing Channels IMPORTANT Touch Preset SCAN...

  • Page 42: How To Use The Xm Satellite Radio

    Audio operations How to use the XM satellite radio When an optional XM satellite radio tuner is connected, XM satellite radio broadcasts can be received. TEXT BAND selection Button Channel selection Button Category selection Button Listening to XM satellite Checking the RADIO ID radio The RADIO ID number is a 8-digit numerical code that is assigned each time the XM...

  • Page 43: Changing The Xm Band

    Changing the XM band ■ Selecting a channel Press the [SELECT (Right)] or Press the [BAND] button. [SELECT (Left)] button. ● The BAND changes. ● Right: Selects the higher channel. [XM1] [XM2] [XM3] [XM4] ... Left: Selects the lower channel. return to [XM1] Press the [SELECT (Right)] or Selecting the channel...

  • Page 44: Memorizing Channels

    Audio operations How to use the XM satellite radio Selecting a preset Input a channel. channel Touch one of the touch switches, [1] to [6], that appear on the PND display. ● The channel preset to the selected touch switch is tuned. Preset Scan Touch Select...

  • Page 45: Using The Cd Player

    Audio operations Using the CD Player Song information switching button Track selection (start point) / Fast-forward (rewind) button Listening To a CD Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until “CD” is displayed on the sub- Insert a CD into the disc slot, and it will start display.

  • Page 46: Fast Forward/rewind

    Audio operations Using the CD Player Fast Forward/Rewind Repeating the Same Track You can fast forward or rewind the track currently being played. Touch Preferences Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more seconds. ● To the right: Fast forwards a track.

  • Page 47: Random Play

    Random Play Touch Preferences Touch Random songs ● All titles of the CD are played in random order. ● When you touch , the Random songs random play continues until you cancel it. When you touch Random songs again, the random play is canceled. Displaying the information on the sub- display...

  • Page 48: Using The Mp3/wma Player

    Audio operations Using the MP3/WMA Player Song information switching button Track selection (start point) / Fast-forward (rewind) / File selection button Folder selection Button Playing an MP3/WMA File Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until “ROM” is displayed while a CD-R/ When you insert a CD-R/RW disc having an RW disc is in the drive slot.

  • Page 49: Selecting A Desired Folder

    Selecting a Desired Fast Forward/Rewind Folder You can fast forward or rewind the currently playing track. You can select a desired folder from the disc. Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or Press the [SELECT (Up)] or [SELECT [SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more (Down)] button.

  • Page 50: Finding A Desired Music File

    Audio operations Using the MP3/WMA Player Finding a Desired Music Repeating a Music File File IMPORTANT IMPORTANT When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/ Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the ● To continue playing a desired track or file, Tracks/Files in Random Order”, its function turn the Scan function OFF.

  • Page 51: Random Play

    Random Play Touch Current folder All songs IMPORTANT When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/ Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the Tracks/Files in Random Order”, its function is shown as “SCAN”, “ALL”, “RPT”, or “RAND” on the display. ● Current folder: Plays files in random order Touch Preferences contained in the same layer of the current...

  • Page 52: Displaying The Information On The Sub-display

    Audio operations Using the MP3/WMA Player Displaying the information on the sub- display The current track number and the elapsed time can be shown on the sub-display. Press the [TEXT] button. ● The display changes as follows each time you press the [TEXT] button. File No.

  • Page 53: Mp3/wma

    MP3/WMA MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) is a standard format for audio compression technology. By using MP3, a file can be compressed to one-tenth the size of the original. WMA (Windows Media™ Audio) is the Microsoft's voice compression technology. WMA files can be compressed to a size smaller than MP3 files.

  • Page 54: Id3/wma Tags

    Audio operations Using the MP3/WMA Player ■ ID3/WMA Tags You can store ID3/WMA tag character information such as track titles and artist names in an MP3 and a WMA file. This receiver supports ID3v.1.0 and ID3v.1.1 tags. This receiver supports the ISO 8859-1 codes only.

  • Page 55: File Names

    ● Number of files that can be stored on a single disc: 512 files ● Number of folders that can be stored on a single disc: 255 files [A configuration example of MP3/WMA supported CD] Folder Root directory ( MP3/WMA audio file or text file A total of 256 files can be created within a single disc.

  • Page 56: Playing Mp3/wma

    Audio operations Using the MP3/WMA Player ■ Playing MP3/WMA When you load a disc with MP3/WMA files, the system first checks all files recorded on the disc. If the disc has many files and folders, the system may take a certain time to check them. While the system is checking the disc, the music that had been playing continues to play.

  • Page 57: Writing Mp3/wma Files On A Cd-r/rw Disc

    ■ Writing MP3/WMA Files On a CD-R/RW Disc MP3/WMA files can be recorded on CD-R/RW by using a CD-R/RW drive connected to a computer. Record by setting the recording format of the recording software to ISO9660 level 1 or level 2 (not including extension format). Select CD-ROM ( mode1 ) or CD-ROM XA ( mode2 ) for the disc format.

  • Page 58: Using The Usb Music File Player

    Audio operations Using the USB Music File Player This receiver can play a music file stored in a USB memory. This receiver can play MP3 files only. IMPORTANT You can play a music file of USB memory only when the PND is attached to this receiver. Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button Playing USB Music Files Press the [SRC] button repeatedly...

  • Page 59: Selecting A Desired Music File

    Selecting a Desired To select a track to play, touch Music File Playlist Artist Album Song Genre You can select a track you want to play. ● This displays the list screen of the selected mode. Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT (Left)] button.

  • Page 60: Repeatedly Playing The Same Music File

    Audio operations Using the USB Music File Player ● Maximum current: Repeatedly Playing the 500mA Same Music File ● Compatibility: USB 1.0/1.1 (The MAX transfer rate is 12M Touch bps for USB1.1.) Preferences ● Mass memory support: USB mass storage (such as an externally attached HDD) is not supported.

  • Page 61: Format Of Usb Memory

    ■ Format of USB Memory The following explains the definitions of these standards. ● Maximum directory layers: 8 layers ● Maximum characters for file names: Up to 254 characters (Total of folder name, file name, “.”, and 3-character file extension) ●...

  • Page 62: Visual Operations

    Visual operations Before Using the DVD Player This receiver can play high quality images and high quality digital sound of DVD videos. Also, you can select any of languages (such as dubbing and subtitles) recorded on the DVD by switching the video and audio channels. If the same scene is recorded in different angles, you can select an angle and play the video in the desired angle.

  • Page 63: Discs

    Discs ■ Types of Playable Discs This equipment conforms to NTSC color television methods, so please use discs that display “NTSC” on the disc or package. This equipment cannot play discs using color television methods other than NTSC (such as PAL, SECAN). Type and mark of playable disc Size/playing side Max.

  • Page 64: Mark Indicated On Disc

    Visual operations Before Using the DVD Player ■ Mark Indicated on Disc The following table shows the marks that are indicated on DVDs or packages. Mark Description Indicates the number of audio tracks. Indicates the number of subtitles. Indicates the number of angles. Indicates the image aspect ratio (ratio between the height and width of the TV screen) able to be selected.

  • Page 65: Products Equipped With Macrovision

    Products equipped with Macrovision This receiver is equipped with copyright protection technology that is protected under U.S.A. patents and other intellectual property rights, which are held by Macrovision Corporation or other rights holders. Using the copyright protection technology requires the permission of Macrovision Corporation, and the technology must be used only in general households and other limited viewing environments, except when expressly permitted by Macrovision Corporation.

  • Page 66: Using The Dvd Player

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player IMPORTANT To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a video while driving. CHECK You can watch a video on a DVD only when you have stopped your vehicle and applied the parking brake for safety reasons while the engine switch or ACC is turned on. (If the source is switched to the DVD player while the car is moving, only the audio function becomes active.) Chapter selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button Watching a DVD Video...

  • Page 67: Playing A Video

    Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using ■ Playing a Video Touch Switches Hold down for 1 or more Touch seconds. ● When a beep sounds, the fast forward (or rewind) mode starts and the video is fast forwarded (or rewound) until you remove your finger from the switch.

  • Page 68: Disc Menu Operations

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player Disc Menu Operations Finding a Desired Video You can operate the menu recorded on the You can search for the desired video with a disc. title, chapter, or menu number (number assigned for each content). Touch Menu Top Menu...

  • Page 69: Finding By Chapter Number

    Touch , or Touch , or and enter the title number. and enter the menu number. ● If you touch ● If you touch , the title number , the menu is decremented or incremented by 1. number is decremented or incremented by ●...

  • Page 70: Relocating The Touch Switch Display

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player ■ Relocating the Touch Switch ■ Changing the Angle Display If the target disc supports multiple angles, you can change them to display a video. Touch CHECK While the multi-angle mark is displayed on the screen, change currently...

  • Page 71: Changing The Subtitle Language

    ■ Changing the Subtitle Language ■ Changing the Audio Language If the target disc supports multiple subtitle If the target disc supports multiple audio languages, you can change them to display a languages, you can change them while video. playing. IMPORTANT IMPORTANT ●...

  • Page 72: Dvd Player Setting

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player DVD Player Setting Touch switch Function Page Specifies the You can pre-specify the play-back audio audio language of Audio language a video to be mode or the language used to display played. subtitles or menus. You can also configure Specifies the settings to display or hide the multi-angle subtitle language...

  • Page 73: Entering The Code

    Entering the Code ■ Specifying the Subtitle Language Touch on the preferential You can view the play-back video in the Other audio language setting screen. desired subtitle. Touch on the initial setting Sub title screen. Enter the desired language code. ●...

  • Page 74: Entering The Code

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player Entering the Code Touch the desired language. Touch on the preferential Other ● If you touch , you can specify a subtitle language setting screen. Other language other than the one displayed on the screen. Enter the desired language code.

  • Page 75: Specifying The Parental Screening Level

    ■ Specifying Parental Touch the desired parental screening level. Screening Level ● If you have entered an incorrect code You can restrict viewing of scenes that are number, eject the disc once, and specify inappropriate for children, for example, adult- the parental screening level again.

  • Page 76: Switching The Video Output

    Visual operations Using the DVD Player ■ Switching the Video Output ATTENTION The user should not experience any problems when watching a video on the wide screen on Touch on the setting screen. Next a personal basis. If you compress or enlarge the screen for commercial purposes or to display to the public, it may infringe a copyright that is protected by copyright laws.

  • Page 77: Language Code List

    Language Code List These codes are used to specify the language for audio tracks, subtitles and on-screen menu displays. Code Language Code Language Code Language 1001 Japanese 0801 Hausa 1721 Quechua 0514 English 0809 Hindi 1813 Rhaeto-Romance 0618 French Croatian 1814 Kirundi 0818...

  • Page 78: Using The Vtr

    Visual operations Using the VTR You can watch a video by connecting a commercially available VTR. You cannot, however, connect the iPod cable (video line) and VTR together. IMPORTANT To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a video while driving. CHECK You can watch a video only when you have stopped your vehicle and applied the parking brake to secure safety while the engine switch or ACC is turned on.

  • Page 79: Playing The Vtr

    Playing the VTR Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until “VTR” is displayed on the sub- display. ● The VTR screen appears. ● Touch the screen to change to the VTR operation screen. ● Changing to the VTR operation screen displays each touch switch...

  • Page 80: How To Operate Portable Audio Devices

    How to operate portable audio devices Using the iPod Player Once an iPod is connected, you can play iPod music or video files. Using this receiver, you can perform operations, for example, selecting a file from the list or changing to the random playback mode.

  • Page 81: Fast Forward/rewind

    Fast Forward/Rewind Finding a Desired Music File You can fast forward or rewind the track or the video currently being played. CAUTION Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or If the iPod or PND is disconnected from this [SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more receiver while playing a music file on the seconds.

  • Page 82: Setting To The Ipod Video Mode

    How to operate portable audio devices Using the iPod Player Touch the name of the music file to be Touch Video played. ● This plays the selected music file. Touch the video to be played. ● When appears, touch them to change the page of the music file list.

  • Page 83: Playing

    Playing Random Play of Music Files Touch Touch Preferences Touch Shuffle songs ● Once you touch , the Shuffle songs random play continues until you cancel it. Touch again to cancel Shuffle songs Pausing the random play. Touch ● Touch to pause the display.

  • Page 84: Using The Aux

    How to operate portable audio devices Using the AUX To use the portable audio player, connect it to this receiver using the Ei-LAN. IMPORTANT ● While the AUX mode is activated, actions such as turning off the audio player or pulling out the connection cord may cause noise spikes that can damage the system speakers.

  • Page 85: Listening To The Portable Audio Player

    Listening to the Portable Audio Player For details on how to operate the portable audio player, refer to the instruction manual that comes with the portable audio player. CAUTION ● Do not operate the portable audio player while driving. ● Audio output levels for the various devices that can be connected using this method will differ.

  • Page 86: About The Steering Wheel Switches

    Others About the Steering Wheel Switches On vehicles equipped with steering wheel switches, these easy-access switches can be used to perform the main audio and other operations. ● For details of the steering wheel switch, please contact your local dealer. ●...

  • Page 87: Compatibility With Steering Wheel Switches

    Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches The table below shows the compatibility between the steering wheel switches and this receiver. Operation Switch Name Function Explanation of operation Common Volume switch Each momentary (+): Volume UP operations actuation of these (–) (–): Volume DOWN switches changes the volume one step.

  • Page 88

    Others About the Steering Wheel Switches Operation Switch Name Function Explanation of operation CD Player Track selection ● Selects the next Press (u) or (d) Operations switches track or previous briefly to select the track or beginning next or previous of the current track.

  • Page 89: Backeye Camera Operations

    Others Backeye Camera Operations If a separately sold backeye camera is installed, you can play the rearward status on the display when shifting to the back gear. With the ECLIPSE Rear View Camera connected, you can select the viewpoint of a camera view. CAUTION The backeye camera plays a mirror-reversed video image in the same way as a rear or side mirror reflects a scene.

  • Page 90: Playing A Video Through The Backeye Camera

    Others Backeye Camera Operations ● Hitting the camera unit may result in the backeye camera malfunctioning due to a camera failure. Have your authorized dealer check the problem early. ● Do not direct the camera lens at a brightly sunlight image for a long period of time. Doing so may result in a baking phenomenon occurring.

  • Page 91

    ATTENTION ● The image range displayed on the screen may vary depending on vehicle or road surface conditions. ● The image range displayed on the screen is limited; therefore, cannot display something that is located near both ends of the bumper or under the bumper. ●...

  • Page 92: Necessary Information

    Reference Necessary Information If the Following Messages Appear If the following messages appear, check the status again, referring to the cause and action. (PND) : Displayed on the PND screen. (LCD) : Displayed on the Sub-display. Message Cause Action In CD/MP3 WMA/DVD mode The loaded disc is dirty or upside DISC CHECK (PND) DISCS ARE DIRTY OR...

  • Page 93

    Message Cause Action Currently this function is disabled. A function that cannot be used Stop the vehicle and set the (PND) while the vehicle is in motion was emergency / parking brake. selected. - - - - (LCD) A number not supported was Invalid code (PND) input for selecting a language Input a valid language code.

  • Page 94

    Reference Necessary Information Message Cause Action After this message is displayed, UPDATING(PND) Displayed while the channel map subscribe to SIRIUS. The is being updated. channels for which you do have a UPDT(LCD) subscription can be received. In XM mode CHECK Check the connection of the XM ANTENNA(PND:flashing) The XM antenna is disconnected.

  • Page 95: When You Think There Is A Malfunction

    When You Think There Is a Malfunction A slight difference in operation may be mistaken for a malfunction. Please check the items in the following table first. If the unit does not work, even after the appropriate remedial action has been taken, please contact your dealer.

  • Page 96

    Reference Necessary Information Phenomenon Possible cause Action Stop using the equipment for a There is water condensation short time and then try using it inside the equipment. again.(See page 14) There is a large scratch or warp in Insert a different CD/DVD. the CD/DVD.

  • Page 97: Specifications

    Reference Specifications <GENERAL> Power Supply 13.2V DC (11 to 16V) Current Drain Dimensions (whole unit) (W × H × 7″ × 4″ × 6-1/2″ (180 × 100 × 165 mm) Weight (whole unit) 5.5 lbs (2.5 kg) Dimensions (PND only) (W × H × D)5″ × 3″ × 1″ (130 × 82.5 × 24.5 mm) Weight (PND only) 0.4 lbs (0.2 kg) Operating temperature range...

  • Page 98

    Reference Specifications <CD/DVD SECTION> Frequency Response 20Hz to 20,000Hz ±3dB Wow & Flutter Below measurable limits Channel Separation 65 dB S/N Ratio (A-weighted) CD: 75 dB DVD: 70 dB Dynamic Range 95 dB Total Harmonic Distortion 0.008% <USB MEMORY SECTION> USB Interface Frequency Response 20Hz to 20,000Hz ±3dB...

  • Page 99: How To Contact Eclipse

    Reference How to Contact ECLIPSE Fujitsu Ten Corp. of America (Eclipse) 19600 South Vermont Avenue, Torrance, CA 90502 Phone: 1-800-233-2216...

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