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AVN5495
ESN E5 6.5" Wide TFT Touch-Panel Display
CD/DVD/MS Multi-Source Receiver with HDD Navigation
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
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    Audio AVN5495 ESN E5 6.5” Wide TFT Touch-Panel Display CD/DVD/MS Multi-Source Receiver with HDD Navigation 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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    Important points. ● Please read all materials that come with the product, such as manuals and warranties. Fujitsu Ten will not be responsible for unsatisfactory product performance due to failure to follow these instructions. ● Changes in product specifications may result in differences between the content of the manual and actual product features.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction How to use this manual ......12 Features ......... 14 Before using the deck .

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    Adjusting EQ (equalizer) ........32 Setting sound quality ....... 32 Adjusting/Saving an EQ curve .

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    How to operate the CD player How to use the CD player......49 Listening to a CD ........49 Selecting a track.

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    Making and playing MP3 files ......60 Downloading from Internet MP3 music sites ... . 60 Converting CD music to MP3 files .

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    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Before using MUSIC JUKE ......67 Description of MUSIC JUKE ....... 67 About the structure of MUSIC JUKE .

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    Repeating a track (song) ........88 Repeating the current track ......88 Repeating the current playlist .

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    How to operate the DVD player......113 How to use the DVD player ......114 Watching a DVD .

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    How to operate the VTR How to use the VTR ......132 Viewing the VTR .

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    Topic Index ........151 About screen and sound adjustment.

  • Page 13: How To Use This Manual

    Introduction 1. How to use this manual Item title Section title A number and A title is assigned to each section. title is assigned to each item. Detailed operation title A title is assigned to each detailed operation. Operation title A title is assigned to each operation.

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    Section side heading The side heading for the current section. Operation screen A screen showing the operation. Continue to the next page Indicates that operation procedures continue on the next page.

  • Page 15: Features

    Introduction 2. Features MUSIC JUKE for recording music (Page 67) With MUSIC JUKE, which employs a high- capacity hard disc, you can record voice or music output from any of the audio modes. Aside from being able to search for recorded data by type, the Edit function also allows you to create your own private album.

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    DSP effects for simulating acoustics of various performance environments (Page 31) Provides ability to simulate the sensation of various performance environments for matching to the genre and source of a song. Memory Stick player for playing music downloaded from a computer (Page 61) Supports ATRAC3 audio compression technology which combines high sound quality with a high compression rate.

  • Page 17: System Upgrade

    Introduction Features System upgrade ● CD changer (Page 64) A CD changer enables non-stop playing of multiple discs, for convenience at times such as taking a long drive. It is easy to search for and play a song from among the discs on a changer. ●...

  • Page 18: Before Using The Deck

    Introduction 3. Before using the deck ●Be very careful and pay close 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.

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    Introduction Before using the deck ●Do not apply excessive force to the monitor, or damage may occur. ●Do not place items such as cups or cans on top of the monitor, and do not leave the monitor tilted down when not in use.

  • Page 20: About Discs

    About discs ●Water droplets (condensation) can form on the inside of the unit during cold or rainy weather in the same way car windows can fog up. When this happens, the audio can jump and playback can stop, so ventilate or dehumidify the vehicle for a short time before operating the equipment.

  • Page 21: About Handling Discs

    Introduction Before using the deck ●Super Audio CDs can only be played in the hybrid disc layer. ●CCCDs (Copy Control CD) do not conform to official CD standards and so are not supported. ●CD-EXTRA discs can be played as audio CDs. ●Voice tracks on Mixed Mode CDs cannot be played.

  • Page 22: About New Discs

    About new discs ●You may notice that some brand new discs are rough Rough Edges around the center hole or outside edge. Remove the Ballpoint pen rough edges with the side of a ballpoint pen, etc. Rough edges may prevent proper loading in the unit. Flakes from the rough edges may also stick to the recorded surface and interfere with playback.

  • Page 23: About The Memory Stick

    Introduction Before using the deck About the Memory Stick ●Do not leave the Memory Stick in places exposed to static electricity or electrical noise. Otherwise, data may be lost. ●To safeguard the components of the player, the unit will automatically stop when a malfunction occurs.

  • Page 24: About Handling The Memory Stick

    About handling the Memory Stick ●In order to maintain a ●Do not use Memory Sticks ●Store in a dry place, out high quality sound, with tape or peeling labels. of direct sunlight. regularly wipe clean any Otherwise, it may dust or dirt from the become impossible to surface of the cartridge use the Memory Stick.

  • Page 25: Basic Operation

    Basic operation 1. Switching modes The deck can be used when the vehicle's ignition switch is on or in the ACC position. ● This deck supports use of a remote control. The card remote control is sold separately and can be purchased at your local retailer. See page 134 for instructions on operation of the remote control.

  • Page 26: Switching Source Using Touch Switches

    Switching source using touch switches Touch the SOURCE MENU SOURCE MENU RECALL switch RECALL switch (indicated at right) in the audio or DVD/VTR operation screen. When the SOURCE MENU switch is touched, the operation screen for the selected source is displayed. ●...

  • Page 27: Operation Screen Of Each Mode

    Basic operation 2. Operation screen of each mode The operation screen for each mode will appear as shown below. ● AM radio operation screen ● FM radio operation screen ● CD player operation screen ● MP3 player operation screen ● Memory Stick player operation screen ●...

  • Page 28: Adjusting The Volume

    Basic operation 3. Adjusting the volume Adjusting the main volume Press the VOLUME button. ● Adjustment levels from 0 to 80 are available. (up) : Volume UP (louder) VOLUME button (down) : Volume DOWN (quieter) Setting the BEEP tone The guide tone that is emitted when touching a panel switch or touch switch can be set. Touch in the SETTING...

  • Page 29: Adjusting Sound Quality

    Basic operation 4. Adjusting sound quality By adjusting the DSP settings, equalizer, and the volume balance you can simulate a favored sound environment within the vehicle. Sound quality can be adjusted in all audio operation screens as well as in the information screen.

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    The following settings/adjustments can be made in operation screens and setting screens. Touch switch/item Function Page It is possible to recreate acoustics (concert hall) that match the music genre or source you are going to play. Each factory set equalizer curve can be adjusted to create a customized curve.

  • Page 31: Setting Circle Surround Ii

    Basic operation Adjusting sound quality Setting Circle Surround II The Circle Surround II function enables surround sound and boosts bass even if the center speaker and sub woofer are not connected. It can also be applied to dialog data when listening to the radio.

  • Page 32: Setting Dsp (acoustics)

    Setting DSP (acoustics) The DSP function reproduces the sensation of various factory set performance environments by adding reverberation to the music being played. DSP mode setting Touching the DSP touch switch brings up the acoustics mode screen as shown. BACK ●...

  • Page 33: Resetting Dsp (acoustics) Levels

    Basic operation Adjusting sound quality Resetting DSP (acoustics) levels Default settings for the currently adjusted and saved DSP (acoustics) level can be reset. Touch until you hear a beep. ● The acoustics level will be returned to default value. Adjusting EQ (equalizer) Adjusts sound quality to preferred characteristics according to the music genre and audio source.

  • Page 34: Adjusting/saving An Eq Curve

    Adjusting/Saving an EQ curve Each factory set equalizer curve can be adjusted according to user preference and saved. Touch the screen and slowly draw the image of the preferred equalizer curve with your finger. To make fine adjustments, touch the switch for the frequency to be adjusted.

  • Page 35: Adjusting Pos (positioning Selector)

    Basic operation Adjusting sound quality Adjusting POS (Positioning selector) Sound localization can be adjusted according to the number and position of passengers in order to obtain optimum acoustic effects. A seat's sound localization can be adjusted simply by touching the switch. Touch each seat image displayed in the POSITION setting screen to switch the sound localization for...

  • Page 36: Setting The Balance

    Setting the balance The left/right/front/rear balance can be adjusted so that sound from all speakers arrives at the listener's ears at the same time. FAD/BAL Touch in the POSITION setting screen to display the volume balance adjustment screen. Touch the screen at the preferred balance point.

  • Page 37: Setting Loudness

    Basic operation Adjusting sound quality Setting LOUDNESS Audio can be modulated to correct for insufficient bass and treble when listening at low volume. Touch SETTING in the INFORMATION screen. Touch , or LOUDNESS. ● The selected touch switch will turn green.

  • Page 38: Setting The Harmonizer

    Setting the harmonizer It is possible to set the sound quality boost level to automatically regenerate harmonics such as reverberation, depth, and tone lost in compression, producing a much clearer sound. Touch SETTING in the INFORMATION screen. Touch HARMONIZER. ● : Low level of correction : High level of correction : No correction...

  • Page 39: Setting Background Screen

    Basic operation 5. Setting background screen The background for the audio operation screen, information screen and navigation screen can be changed to a preferred wallpaper. Setting the wallpaper Press and the INFO INFORMATION screen will appear. Touch SETTING Touch , or WALLPAPER.

  • Page 40: Adjusting/setting The Screen

    Basic operation 6. Adjusting/setting the screen Switching the FUNCTION switch display Touch switches not frequently used are not displayed in the audio operation screens and DVD screens. These switches can be displayed as follows. Touch FUNC ● The FUNCTION switches appear. ●...

  • Page 41: Displaying The Image Adjustment Screen

    Basic operation Adjusting/setting the screen Quality adjustments can be made for images such as the audio operation screen, navigation screen and DVD or VTR (optional). Displaying the image adjustment screen Contrast, brightness and other picture settings can be adjusted to match preferences for viewing DVD video or the audio operation screen.

  • Page 42: Lights Are On

    Press on the audio mode operation screen or DVD/VTR screen. DISP Touch ENTER after making any adjustments. ● If no operations are made after about 20 seconds, the display will return to the previous screen. ● When adjusting audio operation screen ●...

  • Page 43: Adjusting Image Quality

    Basic operation Adjusting/setting the screen Adjusting image quality The daytime display and nighttime display can be separately adjusted. ● When adjusting audio operation screen or ● When adjusting DVD/VTR screen navigation screen CONTRAST Touch to increase contrast, or to decrease contrast. BRIGHT Touch to increase brightness, or...

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    Touch BACK ● Returns to the DVD or VTR operation screen. NORMAL mode WIDE 1 mode The screen is shown with a vertical to The screen is shown with a vertical to horizontal ratio of 3 to 4. The side edges horizontal ratio of 3 to 4 and is expanded are black.

  • Page 45: How To Operate The Tuner

    How to operate the tuner 1. How to use the AM/FM radio SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button SOURCE MENU Preset switches button TUNE TRACK button FUNCTION switch AUTO.P Listening to the AM/FM radio Press or touch the SOURCE MENU RECALL switch. SOURCE MENU Touch for AM radio, or...

  • Page 46: Selecting Radio Stations

    Selecting radio stations Manual selection Press ● Pressing the switch once moves the frequency one step up or down. (One step on the AM band is 10kHz. One step on the FM band is 0.2MHz) ● (up) : Raises the frequency (down) : Lowers the frequency Automatic selection Press and hold...

  • Page 47: Saving Radio Stations

    How to operate the tuner How to use the AM/FM radio Saving radio stations There are two modes for saving radio stations, manual and AUTO. P. These modes operate independently. Saving manually Make sure "AUTO. P" is not displayed in the upper part of the screen. AUTO.P ●...

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    About AUTO.P Because the AUTO. P function can be used to temporarily save stations for the preset switches, stations saved manually will remain in memory even if AUTO. P is used. Manually saving stations that are used regularly allows them to be restored even after AUTO.

  • Page 49: Turning Off The Radio

    How to operate the tuner How to use the AM/FM radio Turning off the radio Press ● Press again to turn on the radio and resume reception of the radio station (frequency) received before power was turned off.

  • Page 50: How To Operate The Cd Player

    How to operate the CD player 1. How to use the CD player SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button SOURCE MENU Track selection button (track start point)/ Fast-forward (rewind) button FUNCTION switch •RPT •RAND •SCAN Listening to a CD Playback starts when a CD is inserted into the disc slot. ●...

  • Page 51: Selecting A Track

    How to operate the CD player How to use the CD player Selecting a track You can jump to the opening of a track you want to hear. Press ● (up) : Selects next track (down) : Selects previous track Fast-forwarding/rewinding It is possible to fast-forward/rewind the track being played.

  • Page 52: Playing Tracks In Random Order

    Playing tracks in random order Touch FUNC Touch RAND ● Plays tracks in random order. RAND ● Random playback will continue until the function is canceled. Touch again to cancel. ● At the end of each track the system arbitrarily chooses which track to play next. As a result, it is possible for the same track to be played multiple times in a row.

  • Page 53: How To Operate The Mp3 Player

    How to operate the MP3 player 1. How to use the MP3 player For safety considerations, some functions are disabled while the vehicle is in motion. SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button File change switches SOURCE MENU button Track selection (track start point)/ Fast-forward (rewind) button FUNCTION switch...

  • Page 54: Playing Mp3

    Playing MP3 Playback starts automatically when a CD is inserted into the disc slot. Press SOURCE MENU or touch the SOURCE MENU RECALL switch when a disc has been inserted. Touch ● Playback will begin. ● The CD player screen will be shown for about 2 seconds as the system checks whether the inserted CD is a music CD or an MP3.

  • Page 55: Fast-forwarding/rewinding

    How to operate the MP3 player How to use the MP3 player Fast-forwarding/rewinding It is possible to fast-forward/rewind within the current file. Press and hold until you hear a beep. ● (up) : Fast-forward (down): Rewind If you hear a beep while rewinding (fast-forwarding), the deck has switched to the fast- forward (rewind) mode and will continue until you remove your finger from the button.

  • Page 56: Repeating The Same Music File

    Repeating the same music file Touch FUNC Touch ● Repeats the current file. ● The file will repeat until the function is canceled. Touch again to cancel. Playing music files in random order Touch FUNC Touch RAND ● Files will be randomly selected from among all files at the same level as the folder currently being played.

  • Page 57: About Display Of File Information

    How to operate the MP3 player How to use the MP3 player About display of file information Folder names and file information (album name and track titles) recorded on the disc can be displayed. The number of characters that can be displayed is shown below. Screen Display Folder/file names Music file information...

  • Page 58: About Mp3s

    About MP3s MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III) is a standard format for audio compression technology. By using MP3, a file can be compressed to one-tenth its original size. This unit has limitations on MP3 file standards and the recorded media and formats that can be used.

  • Page 59: Format Of Discs

    How to operate the MP3 player How to use the MP3 player Format of discs The format of discs to be used must be ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2. Also, be sure to record in "MODE 1". Discs recorded in "MODE 2" are not supported. MP3 files recorded in formats other than those outlined above may result in files that cannot be played normally and file names and folder names that do not display properly.

  • Page 60: File Names

    File names Only files with the MP3 file extension ".mp3" will be recognized as MP3 and played in the unit. Be sure to save MP3 files with the ".mp3" file extension. Use capital letters for "MP". Multi-sessions Multi sessions are supported and CD-R/RW with recorded MP3 files can be played. When recording using "Track at once", however, finalize the disc with session close or write protect.

  • Page 61: Making And Playing Mp3 Files

    How to operate the MP3 player How to use the MP3 player Making and playing MP3 files MP3 files created by recording broadcasts, records, audio recordings, video recordings or live performances cannot be used for purposes other than personal entertainment without permission of the copyright holder as set forth in copyright law.

  • Page 62: How To Operate The Memory Stick Player

    How to operate the Memory Stick player 1. How to use the Memory Stick player The unit can play music data recorded on the Memory Stick using ATRAC3 (audio compression technology). SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button Track selection SOURCE (track start point)/ MENU Fast-forward button...

  • Page 63: Selecting A Track

    How to operate the Memory Stick player How to use the Memory Stick player Selecting a track You can jump to the opening of a track you want to hear. Press ● (up) : Selects next track (down) : Selects previous track Fast-forwarding/rewinding It is possible to fast-forward/rewind within the current track.

  • Page 64: Playing Tracks In Random Order

    Playing tracks in random order Touch FUNC Touch RAND ● Plays tracks in random order. RAND ● Random playback will continue until the function is canceled. Touch again to cancel. ● At the end of each track the system arbitrarily chooses which track to play next. As a result, it is possible for the same track to be played multiple times in a row.

  • Page 65: How To Operate The Cd Changer

    How to operate the CD Changer 1. How to use the CD changer An optional CD changer can be connected and used. SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button Disc change switches SOURCE MENU Track selection button (track start point)/ Fast-forward (rewind) button FUNCTION switch •DISC RPT...

  • Page 66: Searching For A Track Or Cd From All Cds In The Changer

    Searching for a track or CD from all CDs in the changer Searching for a track See "How to use the CD player" (Page 50). Searching for a CD Touch FUNC Touch DISC SCAN ● The system will play the first 10 seconds of the first track of each CD in the changer. DISC SCAN Touch again to continue playing the current track.

  • Page 67: Playing Tracks In Random Order

    How to operate the CD Changer How to use the CD changer Playing tracks in random order Playing tracks on current CD in random order See "How to use the CD player" (Page 51). Playing tracks on all CDs in random order Touch FUNC Touch...

  • Page 68: Before Using Music Juke

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE 1. Before using MUSIC JUKE Description of MUSIC JUKE MUSIC JUKE can record music or audio from a CD, radio etc. Using ATRAC3 audio compression technology. There are two types of recording available, digital and analog. When £...

  • Page 69: About Play Modes/playlists

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Before using MUSIC JUKE About Play Modes/Playlists The system sorts recorded music into groups depending on type and recording conditions and saves it to MUSIC JUKE. Recorded music can be sorted into automatically created playlists within the 6 play modes, based on album name, artist name, or genre.

  • Page 70: About Databases

    About databases When recording a CD album (album/single disc) digitally from the built-in CD player to MUSIC JUKE, the system searches the hard disc database and automatically retrieves any available information such as album name, artist name, genre, and title for the recorded album. The information recorded in the unit uses data from the Gracenote CDDB database.

  • Page 71: About Auto-titling

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Before using MUSIC JUKE About Auto-titling The system automatically sorts and groups recorded music into playlists based on recording conditions and title information retrieved from the database. * The data retrieved using Auto-titling may differ from the actual title information. Digital recording Digital recording Hard disc...

  • Page 72: Analog Recording

    Analog recording Analog recording Hard disc Music data PLAY MODE PLAY LIST TRACK CD/ALBUM/0001 ALBUM MY SELECTION TRACK ARTIST GENRE Record date DATE A playlist is automatically created for the ALBUM and DATE play modes. In analog recording, or when title information can not be found for digital recording, the following information is assigned and a playlist is created in the play modes shown below.

  • Page 73: About Displaying Database Information

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Before using MUSIC JUKE About displaying database information It is possible to see the version information stored in the hard disc’s title database. Press INFO Touch DATA Touch for CDDB INFORMATION VERSION. ● Information regarding the Gracenote CDDB database will appear.

  • Page 74: About Updating The Database

    About updating the database The database in the unit (Gracenote CDDB database) can be updated using provided data. We will provide information regarding updates at a later date. Press INFO Touch DATA Insert a Memory Stick or CD-R/RW containing update information. Touch MS UPDATE DISC UPDATE...

  • Page 75: Checking Hard Disc Capacity

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Before using MUSIC JUKE Checking hard disc capacity It is possible to display the number of recorded tracks and playlists on the hard disc. You can also check the number of tracks that can still be recorded and number of playlists that can still be created.

  • Page 76: How To Operate Music Juke

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE This flow chart explains operations such as recording with MUSIC JUKE, playlist and track editing, and listening to MUSIC JUKE. Recording with MUSIC JUKE (Page 80) To change recording method To listen to MUSIC JUKE ●...

  • Page 77: Recording With Music Juke

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE 2. Recording with MUSIC JUKE About recording with MUSIC JUKE ● MUSIC JUKE can record music from the built-in CD player or optional CD changer as well as music and audio output from the radio or VTR (audio). ●...

  • Page 78: About Digital Recording

    ● If the battery terminal has been disconnected then reconnected, the map screen will appear and recording is not possible for approximately 2 minutes. ● If recording cannot be completed due to jumping or some other problem, is displayed on the screen.

  • Page 79: Setting Recording Method

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Recording with MUSIC JUKE Setting recording method It is possible to switch the recording method used in MUSIC JUKE. Touch FUNC Touch ● MUSIC JUKE operation screen appears. ● MUSIC JUKE operation screen ● The following settings can be switched in MUSIC JUKE setting screen.

  • Page 80: Setting Digital Recording Mode

    Setting digital recording mode AUTO MANUAL When is set, digital recording begins as soon as a CD is inserted. When is set, recording starts from the beginning of the track currently playing once the panel button ) has been pressed. It is possible to switch between these two settings. Touch FUNC Touch...

  • Page 81: Setting The Recording Bit Rate

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Recording with MUSIC JUKE Setting the recording bit rate The sound quality for recording can be selected. A higher bit rate means a higher sound quality but also a larger file size. Touch FUNC Touch Touch 132k 105k...

  • Page 82: Automatically Recording A Cd During Playback

    Automatically recording a CD during playback As soon as a CD is inserted, recording automatically starts when playback begins. Insert a CD. ● Recording and playback are automatically started. ● Press for at least one second to stop recording. REC mark ●When a CD is re-inserted after having been ejected during recording, the system plays the tracks that have been completely recorded while waiting for recording to start.

  • Page 83: Recording Preferred Tracks (songs) From A Cd

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Recording with MUSIC JUKE Recording preferred tracks (songs) from a CD Records preferred tracks (songs). Play the CD. Press for at least one second. ● Returns to the start of the track and starts recording to MUSIC JUKE. ●...

  • Page 84: How To Use Music Juke

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE 3. How to use MUSIC JUKE SOURCE MENU RECALL switch button Track selection (track start point) SOURCE /Fast-forward MENU (rewind) button button FUNCTION switch •PLAYLIST RPT •ALL RAND •PLAYLIST SCAN •RPT •RAND •SCAN Playlist Play mode Playlist change switch •SET screen change...

  • Page 85: Selecting With Track Selection (track Start Point) Button

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE How to use MUSIC JUKE ● The table below shows display and playback orders for tracks. PLAY MODE Track display/playback order Tracks displayed/played back in the same order as they are recorded on the ALBUM music CD.

  • Page 86: Selecting With Play Mode/playlist Change Switch

    Touch PLAYLIST to select a playlist. PLAYLIST ● Displays/plays back track information for the first track recorded in the playlist. Press to select a track. ● Switches/plays back tracks recorded in the playlist in order. Selecting with Play mode/Playlist change switch Touch PLAYLIST ●...

  • Page 87

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE How to use MUSIC JUKE Touch a playlist. PLAYLIST ● When an artist or genre playlist has ALBUM been selected, touch display a list of album names assigned to that artist/genre. TRACK Touch ● Displays a list of the tracks in the selected playlist.

  • Page 88: Fast-forwarding/rewinding

    Fast-forwarding/rewinding It is possible to fast-forward/rewind in the track (song) being played. Press and hold until you hear a beep. ● (up) : Fast-forward (down) : Rewind The deck switches to fast-forward (rewind) mode when you hear a beep and continues fast-forwarding (rewinding) until you remove your finger from the button.

  • Page 89: Repeating A Track (song)

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE How to use MUSIC JUKE Repeating a track (song) Repeating the current track Touch FUNC Touch ● Repeats the current track. ● The track will repeat until the function is canceled. Touch again to cancel. Repeating the current playlist Touch FUNC...

  • Page 90: Turning Music Juke Off

    Turning MUSIC JUKE off Press ● Press again to resume playback.

  • Page 91: Editing A Playlist

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE 4. Editing a playlist Music recorded into MUSIC JUKE is grouped into automatically created playlists according to album name, artist name etc. However, it is also possible to create original playlists containing a collection of your preferred tracks (songs). The playlist name can be edited and the playlist order switched.

  • Page 92

    Enter the title. ● See "Entering playlist name" (next page) for information regarding entering names. Touch ENTER Adding a track to a created playlist Select a track. ● See "Track search" (page 103) for information regarding track searching. Touch ENTER ●Always enter a track into a newly created playlist.

  • Page 93: Entering Playlist Name

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a playlist Entering playlist name Enter one letter at a time by touching the switches on the screen. ● Touch 12 #$ (numeric/ symbols) to switch to the corresponding input screen. ● If you make a mistake (or if the name is CLEAR already entered), touch delete one letter at a time.

  • Page 94: Editing A Playlist Name

    Editing a playlist name The names of playlists recorded in the ALBUM or MY SELECTION play modes can be edited. Touch FUNC Touch EDIT ● The Edit menu screen appears. Touch EDIT (PLAYLIST/TRACK) Touch PLAYLIST Touch ALBUM MY SELECTION Continue to the next page...

  • Page 95

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a playlist Touch the playlist you want to edit. Touch TITLE ● The character input screen appears. Enter the title. ● See "Entering playlist name" (page 92) for information regarding entering names. Touch ENTER...

  • Page 96: Retrieving Title Information From The Database

    Retrieving title information from the database If title information cannot be assigned during digital recording, or the assigned information is incorrect, the relevant information will be searched from the database and assigned to the track (song). Touch FUNC Touch EDIT ●...

  • Page 97

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a playlist Touch the playlist you want to edit. Touch SEARCH ● The display returns to the previous screen once the title information has been received. When there are multiple sets of title information Touch the relevant title.

  • Page 98: Switching Playlist Order

    Switching playlist order Playlists and tracks are displayed and played back in the order they were recorded. The playback order can be changed by switching the way the playlist is displayed. ● Playlist order can only be changed if "PLAYLIST DISPLAY" is set to SELECT in MUSIC SELECT JUKE setting screen.

  • Page 99: Switching To Chronological Order

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a playlist Switching to chronological order It is possible to return to chronological (starting from playlist created/recorded first) order after having reordered according to your own preference. Touch FUNC Touch ● MUSIC JUKE setting screen appears. Touch INITIAL in PLAYLIST...

  • Page 100: Deleting A Playlist

    Deleting a playlist Playlists recorded in the ALBUM or MY SELECTION play modes can be deleted. The data deleted will differ depending on the selected play mode. Selected play mode Data that will be deleted The selected playlist and tracks (songs) will be deleted and will no ALBUM longer appear as results even if searched for in a different play mode.

  • Page 101

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a playlist ALBUM Touch MY SELECTION Touch a playlist. ● The delete confirmation screen appears. Touch When all relevant tracks (song data) are deleted from artist, genre, and date recorded playlists, the playlist itself is automatically deleted.

  • Page 102: Editing A Track

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE 5. Editing a track This section will explain how to edit track information. Set the artist name or genre for a track so that you can retrieve if by entering this information when performing a search. ●...

  • Page 103

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a track Selecting the track to be added Select the track to be added. ● See "Track search" (next page) for information regarding track searching. Touch ENTER ● The track has been added to the playlist.

  • Page 104: Track Search

    Track search Search for a preferred track from among multiple tracks. When a track search is performed in the Edit menu screen, the following screen appears. Touch a play mode. TRACK ● Touch to display the track list screen. Touch the preferred playlist. ●...

  • Page 105

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a track Touch EDIT (PLAYLIST/TRACK) Touch TRACK Select the track you want to edit. ● See "Track search" (previous page) for information regarding track searching. When 4 or more lists are located in the same play mode, touch to show lists not currently displayed.

  • Page 106: Changing The Track Title

    Changing the track title Touch in the track edit TITLE screen. ● The character input screen appears. ● Track edit screen Enter the title. ● See "Entering playlist name" (page 92) for information regarding entering names. Touch ENTER Changing the artist Touch ARTIST ●...

  • Page 107: Changing The Genre

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a track Changing the genre Touch GENRE Touch a genre. ● Touch to register without setting a genre. Touch ENTER Touch to display different lists.

  • Page 108: Deleting A Track

    Deleting a track Recorded tracks can be deleted. The data deleted will differ depending on the selected play mode (playlist) or track. Selected play mode Selected track Data that will be deleted Selected tracks will be deleted from the list only.

  • Page 109

    How to operate MUSIC JUKE Editing a track TRACK Touch Touch a track. ● See "Track search" (page 103) for information regarding track searching. Touch DELETE ● The delete confirmation screen appears. Touch ●To delete multiple tracks simultaneously, touch all of the relevant tracks. ●Touch an already selected track again to cancel the selection.

  • Page 110: How To Operate The Dvd Player

    How to operate the DVD player 1. Before using the DVD player This unit can output the high quality images and high quality digital sound of DVD videos. It is also possible to switch between different languages recorded on the DVD video (dubbing, subtitles, etc.), and with videos having several angles of the same scene recorded, the preferred angle can be selected and played.

  • Page 111: About Subtitles

    How to operate the DVD player Before using the DVD player About subtitles Some DVD discs have subtitles recorded in several different languages, and the subtitles can be switched during playback. The video can also be played without any subtitles displayed. About discs About playable discs This unit conforms to NTSC color television methods, so please use discs that display "NTSC"...

  • Page 112: About Region Codes Of Playable Discs

    About region codes of playable discs Some DVD discs display a ("Region Code"). This mark (a number) shows the geographical region where the disc can be played. This unit can only play discs with region codes "1" or "ALL". If you play discs with any region code other than those shown above, a "This disc cannot be played"...

  • Page 113: About Dvd Disc Structures

    How to operate the DVD player Before using the DVD player About DVD disc structures Videos and tracks recorded on a DVD are divided into many segments. Large segments are called "titles", and each title has a number ("title number"). Title segments are further divided into smaller segments called "chapters", and each chapter has a number ("chapter number").

  • Page 114: How To Operate The Dvd Player

    How to operate the DVD player The section below describes the flow for functions such as operation and search of images and setting defaults for the DVD player. Touch switches used to switch between the operation screens are shown below. ●...

  • Page 115: How To Use The Dvd Player

    How to operate the DVD player 2. How to use the DVD player For safety reasons, DVDs can only be played when the ignition is switched to ON or ACC and the vehicle is completely stopped with the parking brake applied. (Only sound is output if a DVD is played while the car is in motion.) SOURCE MENU Title number Chapter number...

  • Page 116: Operating The Video

    Operating the video Playing the video Touch Fast-forwarding/rewinding It is possible to fast-forward or rewind through the video being played. Fast-forwarding/rewinding using the panel buttons Press and hold until you hear a beep. ● (up) : Fast-forward (down) : Rewind If you hear a beep while rewinding (fast-forwarding), the deck has switched to the fast- forward (rewind) mode and will continue until you remove your finger from the button.

  • Page 117: Pausing The Video

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Pausing the video Touch ● While paused ( ), briefly touch for slow motion playback, or for frame-by-frame playback. Stopping the video Touch...

  • Page 118: Operating The Disc Menu

    Operating the disc menu It is possible to use the menu recorded on the disc. Touch in the DVD operation screen. Touch MENU TOP MENU Touch Touch , or select the video you want to play. Touch ENTER Turning off the DVD Press ●...

  • Page 119: Searching For A Desired Chapter

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Searching for a desired chapter It is possible to search for a particular video segment by title and chapter or by menu number (number for divided segments). Searching by chapter Press Chapter number ●...

  • Page 120: Searching By Menu Number

    Searching by menu number Touch in the DVD operation screen. Touch Touch NUMBER ● The menu number input screen will be displayed. Enter the menu number by touching ● Touch to change the menu number in steps of one. ● Touch to change the menu number in steps of ten.

  • Page 121: Changing The Touch Switch Display

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Changing the touch switch display Display of the touch switches can be changed or turned off. Turning off the touch switches Touch in the DVD operation screen. AUDIO CONT ●...

  • Page 122: Switching Screen Display/audio

    Switching screen display/audio It is possible to change the language for subtitles and audio, as well as, the display angle for the video being played. Changing the angle When several angles of a scene are recorded on a disc, the angle can be switched. Touch in the DVD operation screen.

  • Page 123: Switching Subtitle Language

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Switching subtitle language When subtitles in several languages are recorded on a disc, the subtitles can be switched. Touch in the DVD operation screen. Touch SUB TITLE ● The subtitle number will be displayed. Touch SUB TITLE Subtitle number...

  • Page 124: Switching Dubbed Audio Language

    Switching dubbed audio language If several audio languages are recorded on a disc, the languages can be switched. Touch in the DVD operation screen. Touch AUDIO ● The audio number and language will be displayed. Touch AUDIO Audio number and language ●...

  • Page 125: Setting The Dvd Player

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Setting the DVD player The language preferences for voices, subtitles and menu display used during DVD playback can be set in advance. Optional display of the multiple angle mark, viewer restriction and other functions can also be set.

  • Page 126: Setting The Audio Language

    Touch switch Function Page See below Sets the voice language for video playback. AUDIO LANGUAGE Next page SUB TITLE Sets the subtitle language for video playback. page 127 MENU LANGUAGE Sets the language of displayed menus. page 128 Sets display/non-display of multiple angle mark. ANGLE INDICATOR Restricts the types of DVD videos that can be page 129...

  • Page 127: Subtitle Language Setting

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Subtitle language setting The preferred subtitles for the video playback can be selected. Touch in the SET UP SUB TITLE screen. Touch the preferred language. OTHER ● Touch to set a language other than those displayed on the screen.

  • Page 128: Menu Language Setting

    Menu language setting Allows selection of a preferred menu language from those recorded on the disc. Touch MENU LANGUAGE in the SET UP screen. Touch the preferred language. OTHER ● Touch to set a language other than those displayed on the screen.

  • Page 129: Setting Display Of Multi-angle Mark

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Setting display of multi-angle mark (angle selection mark) The multi-angle mark can be set to display/not display during video playback. Multi-angle mark Touch ANGLE INDICATOR in the SET UP screen. ●...

  • Page 130: Viewer Restriction Setting

    Viewer restriction setting This function allows viewing restriction to be set so that discs with adult content or violence will not be available to children. Viewer restriction can be set at different levels to match restriction ratings. Touch PARENTAL SETTING the SET UP screen.

  • Page 131: Changing Video Output

    How to operate the DVD player How to use the DVD player Changing video output Touch in the SET UP VIDEO OUT screen. ● Each time the switch is touched, the screen size changes in the order shown below. 4 : 3 4 : 3 16 : 9 LETTER BOX...

  • Page 132: Table Of Language Codes

    Table of language codes These codes are used to specify the language for audio tracks, subtitles and on-screen menu displays. Input Input Input Language Language Language code code code 1001 Japanese 0801 Hausa 1721 Quechua 0514 English 0809 Hindi 1813 Rhaeto-Romance 0618 French...

  • Page 133: How To Use The Vtr

    How to operate the VTR 1. How to use the VTR Video tapes can be played by connecting a commercially available VTR deck. For safety reasons, videos can be played only when the ignition is switched to ON or ACC and the vehicle is completely stopped with the parking brake set.

  • Page 134: Turning Off The Vtr Mode

    Turning off the VTR mode Press ● Press again to resume playback. SOURCE MENU ● Press and then touch to resume playback of the video that was being played before the power was turned off.

  • Page 135: How To Use The Card Remote Control

    How to use the Card remote control 1. How to use the card remote control The card remote control is sold separately. You can obtain a card remote from your local retailer. ●Be sure to properly store the remote control when not in use. An improperly stored remote control could shift during braking or cornering and interfere with driving operation (for example, by becoming lodged under the brake pedal) and cause an accident.

  • Page 136: Turning The Power On/off

    button button MUTE button button Remote-Control light receptor Turning the power on/off When the power is turned on, the unit resumes whatever operation was being performed when the power was turned off (CD, tuner, etc.) Press ● The power turns on or off each time the button is pressed. Adjusting the audio volume Press ●...

  • Page 137: Switching Playback Modes

    How to use the Card remote control How to use the card remote control MODE button button button Switching playback modes Press MODE ● Press the button to switch modes in the following sequence: Music Juke Memory Stick CD Changer How to play the tuner Select the tuner mode first.

  • Page 138

    Selecting preset stations A total of six stations may be selected (preset tuning) out of those already set in memory through the main unit. (See "Saving radio stations", on page 46) Press PRESET CH ● button: Select the next higher number preset button. button: Select the next lower number preset button.

  • Page 139: How To Play Cds

    How to use the Card remote control How to use the card remote control BAND button TRACK APS button DISC button How to play CDs ● Select the CD mode first. Switching disc modes Press BAND BAND When two CD changers are connected, press to change modes from the CD Changer 1 to CD Changer 2.

  • Page 140: Replacing The Battery

    Replacing the battery Keep batteries out of reach of children. If a child should accidentally swallow a battery, consult a physician immediately. ●Do not attempt to recharge dry-cell batteries. Doing so may cause the battery to rupture and result in an injury. ●Do not use battery types other than specified or mix new and old batteries.

  • Page 141

    How to use the Card remote control How to use the card remote control To prevent accidents, store batteries out of reach of children. If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately. Use one CR2025 battery. On the back of the remote control, pull out the battery carrier with your fingernail while pressing the locking knob on the battery slot cover toward your right.

  • Page 142: For Reference

    For reference 1. Important Points If one of these messages appears If any of the following messages are displayed, check the unit while referring to the cause and corrective action columns. Messages Cause Corrective action The CD changer is searching for Wait until the unit has finished CD SEEK discs when a magazine has been...

  • Page 143

    For reference Important Points Messages Cause Corrective action You have tried to save data to the Check that the Memory Stick is a This Memory Stick is not available. hard disc from a Memory Stick not type supported by this unit. supported by this unit.

  • Page 144

    Messages Cause Corrective action MusicJuke has stopped. An abnormality has been detected. Turn the engine OFF (ACC OFF). (Abnormalities) Recording has stopped. An abnormality has been detected. Turn Audio OFF. (Abnormalities) Preparing for MUSIC JUKE. You switched to MUSIC JUKE Wait a moment for the message to (Caution!) mode, but MUSIC JUKE is still...

  • Page 145: Before Asking For Repairs

    For reference Important Points Before asking for repairs Slight differences in operation can sometimes be mistaken for malfunctions, so check the following table before requesting any repairs. If the following fail to solve the problem, contact your local retailer. Symptom Possible reason Corrective action The screen is dark for a brief period...

  • Page 146

    Symptom Possible reason Corrective action Audio is output, but not DVD video. The parking brake has not be set. Set the parking brake. (With vehicle stopped.) The vehicle ignition switch has not Turn the vehicle ignition switch to been turned on. [ACC] or [ON].

  • Page 147: Other

    For reference 2. Other Products equipped with Dolby Digital Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. ©1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, lnc. All rights reserved. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories, Inc. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

  • Page 148: Glossary

    For reference 3. Glossary This is a disc that can only be recorded once. CD-R Recorded data cannot be deleted. There are two types of CD-R, one having a capacity of 650MB (Compact Disc Recordable) (74 minutes of music), the same as a regular CD, and the other having a capacity of 700MB (80 minutes of music).

  • Page 149

    For reference Glossary The single division for a song on a music CD is Track called a track. SCMS With digital recording, the deterioration of audio (Serial Copy quality is very low. Therefore digital recording Management System) equipment regulates, for the sake of copyright protection, the using of a sound source copied using a digital signal to be used to make further copies of the same data.

  • Page 150

    This is one feature of DVD video, where the same Multi-Language scene is recorded with several different languages and subtitles, allowing the viewer to select the preferred language. DVD players and DVD discs have a region code Region code that enables playing by geographic marketing (Region code) regions, and a disc cannot be played if the number recorded on the disc is not included in the...

  • Page 151: Using Gracenote Cddb

    For reference 4. Using Gracenote CDDB By using this product you agree to be bound by the following terms of use. This product contains technology and data provided by Gracenote of Berkeley, CA. Gracenote technology ("Gracenote Embedded Software") enables disc recognition as well as retrieval of music information such as name, artist, track and title ("Gracenote Data").

  • Page 152: Topic Index

    For reference 5. Topic index About screen and sound adjustment [Regarding screen adjustment] To make the audio operation screen or VTR screen easier to see "Displaying the image adjustment screen" ..... . P40 To turn off the screen "Turning the screen off"...

  • Page 153: About Using Am/fm Radio

    For reference Topic index ● To adjust the MP3 sound "Setting the harmonizer" ........P37 ●...

  • Page 154: About Using The Mp3 Player

    About using the MP3 player To play an MP3 file "Playing MP3" ..........P53 To select a music file or folder to listen to "Selecting a music file"...

  • Page 155: About Using Music Juke

    For reference Topic index About using MUSIC JUKE To listen to MUSIC JUKE "To listen to MUSIC JUKE"........P83 To learn about MUSIC JUKE "Description of MUSIC JUKE"...

  • Page 156

    To edit a playlist ● To create a new playlist "Creating a playlist" ......... P90 ●...

  • Page 157: About Using The Dvd Player

    For reference Topic index About using the DVD player To play a DVD video "Watching a DVD" ......... . P114 To learn about discs ●...

  • Page 158: When Something Isn't Clear

    To set the player "Setting the audio language"....... . . P125 "Subtitle language setting"...

  • Page 159: Index

    For reference 6. Index How to use the VTR ......132 Adjusting the main volume ....... 27 Adjusting sound quality......28 Multi-angle mark........121 ANGLE..........121 AUTO.P ..........46 Nighttime display ........40 NORMAL mode ........43 BRIGHT ..........42 POS (position selector) ......34 CD-R (CD-Recordable)......19 CD-RW (CD-ReWritable)......19 RAND ......

  • Page 162

    Please retain this booklet and write in the serial number of your AVN5495 for identification. The serial number is labeled or stamped on the chassis. 090002-27800700 0503C(N)

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