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Reference Guide
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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  • Page 1: Reference Guide

    Reference Guide 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.

  • Page 2: For The Safe Usage Of This Device

    • Please read all materials such as manuals and warranties that have come with the product. • Fujitsu Ten will not be responsible for unsatisfactory product performance due to failure to follow these instructions. • Changes to product specifications may result in differences between content of the manual and features of the product.

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Read the following prior to using this device Safety precautions ● This device was made for vehicles equipped with a 12V battery. Do not use in a large truck, cold climate vehicle or any other vehicle that uses a 24V battery.

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    Read the following prior to using this device ● If an abnormal situation occurs, such as foreign matter entering or liquid splashing on the product, or smoke or a strange odor emitting from the unit, shut off the product immediately and consult the dealer from whom you Warning purchased it.

  • Page 5

    ● Be aware of the following when ejecting discs or setting the display tilt position. <For vehicles with an automatic transmission> • When removing a disc, switch to Neutral in the event of interference when in Park Caution and proceed. (For a column automatic transmission, perform this operation when in either Park or Neutral.) •...

  • Page 6

    Read the following prior to using this device ● If the device is exposed to strong vibrations due to rough driving, the device may not be able to read the data stored on the disc, rendering normal operation impossible. Reduce the vibration level and normal operation will resume in a ADVICE moment.

  • Page 7: How The Instruction Manuals Are Organized

    Read the following prior to using this device How the instruction manuals are organized Use each instruction manual in the following order. The AVN5495 comes with 3 instruction manuals. Use each manual separately depending on your use of the device. Until you are completely comfortable with all of the device's basic functions: Read the "Reference Guide".

  • Page 8: How To Use This Manual

    Read the following prior to using this device How to use this manual Item title Section title A number and title is A title is assigned to each section. assigned to each item. Operation title A title is assigned to each operation. Example of operation A title is assigned to each...

  • Page 9

    Operation switch Switches needed to perform operations are displayed. Section side heading The side heading for the current section. Operation screen A screen showing the operation. Continue to the next page The operation procedures are continued on the next page.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Read the following prior to using this device Table of Contents For the safe usage of this device ....2 Safety precautions ......3 How the instruction manuals are organized .

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    How to register places ......36 Registering your home ......36 Registering favorite places .

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    Read the following prior to using this device How to switch the audio source ....78 Switching the audio source......78 AM/FM radio operation .

  • Page 13

    When changing the battery ....120 Changing the battery ......120 About care and maintenance .

  • Page 14: Name Of Parts

    Introduction Name of parts The unit can be operated by pressing buttons on the frame of the panel (panel buttons) and by touching switches displayed on the screen (touch switches). Panel buttons Press the panel buttons found on either side of the screen to operate the device.

  • Page 15: Touch Switches

    Touch switches Unit can be operated by touching switches on the screen. Touch switch [About the operation of touch switches] ● Touch the switches until you hear a beep. ● Touch the switches lightly to prevent damage to the screen. ●...

  • Page 16: How To Turn The Power On Or Off

    Introduction How to turn the power ON or OFF Turning the power ON or OFF When the engine is turned on, the DVD/audio power will automatically turn on. The navigation function's Caution Screen and/or the DVD video screen will appear. Touch to switch to the Navigation screen.

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    ● Map data is recorded in the built-in hard disc, so there is no need for a map disc. NAVI ● Press if the navigation screen does not appear. ● Press if the audio / DVD does not turn ON. Press again to turn off ATTENTION the audio/DVD power.

  • Page 18: How To Insert A Disc/"memory Stick

    Introduction How to insert a disc/"Memory Stick" Inserting or ejecting a CD, DVD, or "Memory Stick" When you want to listen to music, insert a CD or "Memory Stick" in to the relevant slot. When playing a DVD video, insert a DVD video disc into the relevant slot.

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    ■ When inserting a DVD or CD Insert the disc into the slot. ● The display will close automatically after the disc has been inserted. DVD or CD ● Insert a DVD or CD by holding it label up with one finger on the center rim and another finger on the edge.

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    Introduction ■ When inserting a "Memory Stick" Insert the "Memory Stick" into the slot. "Memory Stick" ● Insert the "Memory Stick" in the direction of the mark until a click is heard. Once the "Memory Stick" meets the back stopper, do not force it as it cannot be inserted any further. (Once fully inserted, the "Memory Stick"...

  • Page 21

    ■ About DVDs ● DVDs labeled with the marks at right can be used with this device. Only DVD-R/RW (DVD- ATTENTION Recordable/ReWritable) and DVD+R/RW (DVD+Recordable/ReWritable) recorded in video mode can be played. Discs recorded in Video mode (VR) cannot be played. ●...

  • Page 22

    Introduction ■ About the Memory Stick " " ● Memory Sticks, Memory Stick Duos, and MG (Magic Gate) Memory Sticks labeled ATTENTION with the marks at right can be used with For database For music/ this device. (For details, see "Before updates and database using the deck"...

  • Page 23

    How to eject discs (CD/DVD) and "Memory Sticks" Press OPEN/TILT ●Touch to eject the disc. DVD/CD (The disc is automatically ejected.) ●Touch MEMORY STICK OPEN and lightly press the "Memory Stick" (once) to eject. ● If the disc does not eject (is not released from the internal mechanism), touch CLOSE to close the...

  • Page 24

    Introduction ● If the vehicle's automatic transmission shift lever is in the "P" position or manual transmission lever is in the 1, 3, 5 or position, or if a bottle or other container is in the cup holder, this could interfere with the opening and closing of the Caution display.

  • Page 25: How To Adjust The Angle Of The Display

    Introduction How to adjust the angle of the display Setting the display to a preferred angle The screen viewing angle can be adjusted to any of 6 stepped positions if light from outside the vehicle makes viewing difficult. Press OPEN/TILT Touch TILT ●...

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    Introduction ● The display can still be opened when it has been tilted. When closed again, it will return to its tilted position. ● If the display is in an adjusted angle position when the vehicle ignition is turned ATTENTION off, the display will automatically return to its original position (0°).

  • Page 27: Modes

    Introduction Modes Get to know each mode This device has three main modes: "Navigation", "Information" "Audio/DVD". You can switch from any mode to any mode. Mode Main functions ● Present location display ● Instructions to destination Navigation ● Geographical point registration (home/memory points) ●...

  • Page 28: Operational Conditions

    Introduction Operational conditions Activation conditions Depending on the following conditions (engine switch position), the device functions may or may not be operable. : Operable : Inoperable Engine ACC/ON with switch ACC/ON with parking parking brake Display is open (LOCK) brake released Each function Some functions are...

  • Page 29: How To Switch Modes

    Introduction How to switch modes Switching modes Press the buttons below to switch modes. Navigation screen INFORMATION screen Press NAVI Press INFO Audio operation screen Press AUDIO CONT . (ON screen)* (OFF screen)* *1: Appears when the audio or DVD functions are in operation. See the "Owner's manual/Audio" for audio and DVD operation.

  • Page 30: Map Operation

    Navigation Map operation Checking the positioning of your vehicle Press NAVI to display a map of the area in which your vehicle is located. NAVI button Vehicle mark The present location and the heading are displayed. The mark will move automatically according to the movement of the vehicle.

  • Page 31: Moving The Map (one-touch Scroll)

    Moving the map (one-touch scroll) Touch the screen directly to move the map. Scrolling Cursor mark Touch the map and the cursor mark will appear in the middle of the screen. Viewing the scroll screen Street name display After moving the map, the name of the street at the cursor position will appear for about 6 seconds.

  • Page 32: Changing The Map Reduction Scale

    Navigation Changing the map reduction scale Touch the switch and the map reduction scale increases, making for a wider range display. Touch the switch and the map reduction scale decreases for a more detailed map display. Touch Touch Scale bar Touch a number to switch the scale to that number.

  • Page 33: Changing The Orientation Of The Map

    Changing the orientation of the map The orientation of the map displayed on the screen can be switched to either north-up (the map is always oriented north) or heading-up (the map is always oriented in the direction you are heading). Touch the orientation mark ( ) to switch the map orientation.

  • Page 34: Changing The Map Display Method

    Navigation Changing the map display method The map display can be changed according to several conditions. There are three types of map display methods. Shows a regular map. Shows a split-screen map. The current orientation of the vehicle and positioning data for the current position are displayed in the compass screen.

  • Page 35: Displaying Various Points Of Interest On The Map

    Displaying various points of interest on the map Various points of interest (landmarks) can be shown on the displayed map. Touch Map view Touch Show POI icon Touch the POI icon to be displayed. ● Landmarks other than these 6 types can be displayed.

  • Page 36: How To Register Places

    Navigation How to register places Registering your home Register your home before using the device. Registering your home will facilitate the setting of return routes when driving. When at home NAVI Press and proceed with operation after the map of the area surrounding your home appears.

  • Page 37: The Map

    Touch Enter Touch Attribute Touch Not registered Touch Icon Touch the icon you want to use on the map. ● Touch Page 2 With sound to select a different icon. For details, see "Changing a memory point icon" in the "Owner's manual/ Navigation".

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    Navigation Touch Press NAVI ● The present location appears. NAVI...

  • Page 39

    When at a location other than your home Press NAVI MENU to retrieve the Menu screen. NAVI MENU Touch Memory Touch for Memory Register points. Touch above Search area. Change ● If your home is in the currently selected area there is no need to change the search area.

  • Page 40

    Navigation Touch Touch Address Touch one letter at a time to enter the street name. ● If you make a mistake, touch to delete one letter at a time. ● It is not necessary to enter the whole name. When there are 4 or less search results matching the entered letters, a list is automatically displayed on the screen.

  • Page 41

    Touch the relevant city name. ● The City list can be narrowed down by touching and entering the city name. For Input name details, see "Retrieving a map using an address" in the "Owner's manual/Navigation". Enter the house number one number at a time by touching the number switches on the screen.

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    Navigation Touch Attribute Touch Not registered Touch Icon Touch the icon you want to use on the map. ● Page 2 With sound Touch to select a different icon. For details, see "Changing a memory point icon" in the "Owner's manual/ Navigation".

  • Page 43: Registering Favorite Places

    Registering favorite places Up to 106 favorite places (including your home and quick access points) can be registered on the map. Registering a place will cause a flag ( ) or a name appear on that spot. Registering from the map Touch the map and move the mark to the spot you want to register.

  • Page 44

    Navigation Registering a far away place ■ Register BEVERLY HILLS LIBRARY in Los Angeles, California. Press to retrieve the NAVI MENU Menu screen. NAVI MENU Touch Memory Touch for Memory Register points. Touch above Search area. Change ● If the POI destination is in the currently selected area, there is no need to change the search area.

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    Touch Touch Touch in this order. ● It is not necessary to enter the whole name. When there are 4 or less search results matching the entered letters, a list is automatically displayed on the screen. Touch List Touch BEVERLY HILLS LIBRARY from the list.

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    Navigation Touch 444 N REXFORD DR, ● You can scroll through the letters by touching Touch to move the map. ● When not moving the map, start from Touch Enter Touch Icon Touch the icon you want to use on the map.

  • Page 47

    Touch Press NAVI NAVI ● The present location appears.

  • Page 48: Route Guidance

    Navigation Route guidance Starting route guidance Once a destination is set, the unit will automatically begin searching for possible routes. This is called a "Route search". When the route search is complete, a route to the destination is set. This is called "Route setting".

  • Page 49: Route Search (indicate Destination)

    Navigation Route Search (indicate destination) Deciding on a destination and starting a route search Give information on the desired destination and perform a search. Searching by moving the map to the desired destination ... . "Enter" Returning home (when your home is registered) .

  • Page 50: Searching By Moving The Map

    Navigation Searching by moving the map Touch the map to move the mark. Touch Enter Touch and align the mark with the destination. Touch Enter ● mark appears on the mark. ● The entire route from the present location to the symbol will be searched for and displayed.

  • Page 51: Returning Home

    Returning home Press DEST DEST Touch (if registered). Touch Enter ● The entire route from the present location to your home will be searched for and displayed. ● The entire route is displayed.

  • Page 52: Searching Using The Intersection Name

    Navigation Searching using the intersection name Press DEST DEST Touch ● If the currently selected search area is different to Change the destination area, touch and change the area. Touch Intersection Touch one letter at a time to enter the street name. ●...

  • Page 53

    Touch the relevant street name. ● Touch to display different list screens. For details, see "Switching the list screens" in the "Owner's manual/ Navigation". Touch one letter at a time to enter the street name. ● If you make a mistake, touch to delete one letter at a time.

  • Page 54

    Navigation Touch Enter ● Touch to move the map. ● The entire route from the present location to the destination appears. ● The entire route is displayed.

  • Page 55: Searching Using A Freeway Entrance/exit Name

    Searching using a freeway entrance/exit name Press DEST DEST Touch ● If the currently selected search area is different to Change the destination area, touch and change the area. Touch Freeway ent./exit Touch one letter at a time to enter the freeway name.

  • Page 56

    Navigation Touch the relevant freeway name. Touch either Entrance Exit specify a freeway entrance or exit. Touch the corresponding entrance/exit name. ● Touch to display different list screens. For details, see "Switching the list screens" in the "Owner's manual/ Navigation". ●...

  • Page 57: Searching Using Latitude/longitude

    Searching using latitude/longitude Press DEST DEST Touch Touch Coordinates Enter the latitude ("Lat.") one number at a time by touching the switches on the screen. ● If you make a mistake, touch to delete one number at a time. ● Touch to switch between north latitude and south latitude.

  • Page 58

    Navigation Touch Touch Enter ● Touch to move the map. ● The entire route from the present location to the destination appears. ● The entire route is displayed.

  • Page 59: Route Setting

    Navigation Route setting Setting the desired route After deciding on a destination, recommended routes from the present location to the destination are searched for and displayed on the screen. Routes to the destination will be shown on the screen and the required time and distance to the destination will be displayed.

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    Navigation ■ Touch switches Displays and enables the selection of different routes. 3 routes Enables you to change the displayed route, add stops along a route, etc. (for details, see "Changing the Route search result route" in the "Owner's manual/ Navigation".) Starts route guidance.

  • Page 61: Selecting Another Route

    Selecting another route A total of 3 recommended routes will be displayed, Quick 1, Quick 2 and Short, from which you may select one. Touch in the all-route 3 routes display screen. ● The 3 routes will be displayed in different colors. Touch Info.

  • Page 62: Checking The Progression Of Your Journey

    Navigation Checking the progression of your journey Touch in the all-route Guide diagram display. ● Route guidance begins and a map showing your current position is displayed. Touch Map view Touch Route overview Touch Turn list Touch ● The route information is displayed in segments divided by intersections, turning points in the road, etc.

  • Page 63

    Viewing the Turn list Interval distance display Intersection name display Heading display...

  • Page 64: Adding Stops Along The Route

    Navigation Adding stops along the route You can change the route in advance if, for example, you want to pick up a friend on the way to your destination or add another destination further away than the original one. Adding a Adding stops destination Original destination...

  • Page 65

    Touch in the retrieved map. Enter Touch next to the segment you want to add to. ● An all-route diagram display will appear with the changes. ● If the point you set is between the present location and your destination, the addition becomes a stop. ●...

  • Page 66: Route Guidance

    Navigation Route guidance About route guidance Start driving and the device switches screens for each set instruction point. (such as intersections and freeways) in accordance with the movement of your vehicle. Also, each instruction point is clearly announced. Present location screen during route guidance Depending on the route you take, reference points will be explained using various screens.

  • Page 67

    Voice route guidance During route guidance, the distance up to a reference point and other information based on road conditions and vehicle speed are clearly announced. ■ When on a local road Intersection names, the distances remaining up to intersections and the direction of the turn to be made are announced vocally in accordance with vehicle speed.

  • Page 68: Start Driving Following The Route Guidance

    Navigation Start driving following the route guidance Touch in the all-route Guide diagram display. ● The present location screen appears. Start driving. If you go off the set route Even if you drive off the set route, the device will automatically make an adjustment to return you to the guided route (auto search function).

  • Page 69: Stopping/resuming Guidance

    Stopping/resuming guidance Guidance can be stopped and restarted while in progress. Press NAVI MENU to retrieve the Menu screen. NAVI MENU ■ Stopping guidance Touch Suspend guidance ● Guidance is stopped. ● The route on the map disappears (the mark for the destination remains).

  • Page 70: Deleting The Destination

    Navigation Deleting the destination The set destination can be erased. The set mark does not disappear even after you have arrived at your destination according to the prescribed route. It can be deleted by performing the operation described below (however, this old mark will disappear when a new destination is set.) Touch...

  • Page 71

    Touch ● If there are destinations remaining, the device will automatically search the remaining destination(s) and an all-route diagram will be displayed.

  • Page 72: Other Settings

    Navigation Other settings Adjusting the volume for navigation It is possible to adjust the voice volume during route guidance. Press to retrieve the NAVI MENU Menu screen. NAVI MENU Touch Volume Touch to select the preferred volume level. ● Touch to set the volume to mute.

  • Page 73: Turning Off The Navigation Screen

    Turning off the navigation screen The map screen can be turned off when you are not using the navigation system. Press DISP to retrieve the image quality adjustment screen. DISP Touch ● The contrast and brightness can be adjusted from the image quality adjustment screen.

  • Page 74: Correcting The Present Location

    Navigation Correcting the present location Even if the vehicle position mark on the map is misaligned, continue driving for a moment and the device will automatically correct the present location using map-matching and GPS data. In the event that GPS data cannot be used and the present location is not automatically corrected, park your vehicle in a safe place and manually correct the present location.

  • Page 75

    Touch for Calibration. Adjust Touch Position/Direction Touch and move the map to the actual present location. Touch Enter Correction must be made on a detailed map with a reduction scale of under 0.5 miles. ATTENTION Continue to the next page...

  • Page 76

    Navigation Touch to set the heading. ● To move the heading counterclockwise, touch To move it clockwise, touch Touch Enter...

  • Page 77

    Distance correction Press NAVI MENU to retrieve the Menu screen. NAVI MENU Touch Setup Touch for Calibration. Adjust Touch Tire change ● Automatic correction is performed. ● This device uses GPS and vehicle speed signals to automatically correct distance. However, when large deviations occur (such as when changing a tire or reinstalling the device on another vehicle), distance correction may take some time.

  • Page 78: How To Switch The Audio Source

    Audio How to switch the audio source Switching the audio source Switching to FM Press SOURCE MENU ● The SOURCE MENU screen appears. SOURCE MENU Touch ● Touch the desired source to display that source on the screen. ● The on-screen display will automatically disappear. (For details, see page 29.) ●...

  • Page 79

    Switching audio sources easily The SOURCE MENU screen can easily be displayed from the audio/DVD/VTR operation screens. Touch the SOURCE MENU RECALL SOURCE MENU RECALL switch in the audio/DVD/VTR operation screens. Touch the switch for the preferred source. ● The operation screen for the selected source appears.

  • Page 80

    Audio ■ ■ AM radio operation screen FM radio operation screen ■ ■ CD operation screen MP3 operation screen ■ ■ DVD operation screen MUSIC JUKE operation screen ■ ■ "Memory Stick" operation screen CD changer operation screen (optional) The device can automatically switch to the navigation screen or another screen after an audio operation screen has been displayed.

  • Page 81: Am/fm Radio Operation

    Audio AM/FM radio operation Listening to the AM/FM radio Selecting the radio as the source Touch in the SOURCE MENU. ● The SOURCE MENU can be displayed by touching the SOURCE MENU RECALL switch. Saving preferred broadcast stations Press ● Manual tuning...Press briefly to change by one step.

  • Page 82

    Audio Automatically searching for and saving broadcast stations ■ Use the AUTO PRESET function This convenient function can search for broadcast stations with a strong signal and record them temporarily into preset switches. If the preset stations are not needed, you can easily be switched back to the broadcast stations originally recorded.

  • Page 83: Cd/mp3 Player Operation

    Audio CD/MP3 player operation Listening to a CD/MP3 file Playing a CD/MP3 ■ When no disc is inserted Insert a disc into the slot. ● Playback will automatically start. When a CD (album) is inserted into the disc slot, recording automatically starts when playback begins.

  • Page 84

    Audio Easy folder and music file selection (MP3 player) The unit can play music data compressed using MP3 compression technology. Managing music data into folders according to music type makes searching for a particular preferred track convenient. Touch folder ( ) or music file ( ●...

  • Page 85

    Repeating the same song Touch FUNC ● The FUNCTION switches appear. Touch ● FUNC Touch to hide the FUNCTION switches. ● If the FUNCTION switches are displayed, the other switches cannot be operated. Turning off the CD/MP3 player Press ● Press again to resume playback of the last track or music file that was played.

  • Page 86: Memory Stick" Player Operation

    Audio "Memory Stick" player operation Listening to "Memory Stick" data This unit can play music recorded on an "MG Memory Stick" (white). Playing "Memory Stick" data ■ When no "MG Memory Stick" is inserted Insert the "MG Memory Stick" into the slot and close the display.

  • Page 87

    Repeating the same song Touch FUNC ● The FUNCTION switches appear. Touch ● FUNC Touch to hide the FUNCTION switches. ● If the FUNCTION switches are displayed, the other switches cannot be operated. Stopping playback Press ● Press again to resume playback of the last music data that was played.

  • Page 88: Music Juke Operation

    Audio MUSIC JUKE operation About MUSIC JUKE MUSIC JUKE can record music or audio from the built-in CD player or radio etc. Also, the Auto-titling function automatically attaches the album name, artist name, genre and other information to recorded music so that this information can used in a search to easily retrieve preferred tracks.

  • Page 89: Playback Screen

    About Auto-titling This unit has music information (album name, artist name, etc.) for 230,000 tracks (titles) stored in the database. When digitally recording a music CD, the MUSIC £ JUKE uses "Gracenote CDDB Music Recognition Service" (for details, see "How to operate MUSIC JUKE"...

  • Page 90

    Audio ■ Search screen (play mode selection screen) Play mode switch This switch changes the play mode in which lists are stored. <Example> When searching by album name, touch ALBUM * In MY SELECTION you can record an original list created according to your own preferences.

  • Page 91: Recording In Music Juke

    Recording in MUSIC JUKE What follows is an explanation of how to record a music CD from the CD player. Automatic recording Switch digital recording to AUTO before starting operation. Insert the CD into the slot. ● Recording starts. ● Recording automatically stops when the CD has been completely recorded.

  • Page 92

    Audio Stopping recording while in progress Press for at least one second while recording is in progress. Switching to digital recording Digital recording can be switched from AUTO to MANUAL. Touch in SOURCE MUSIC JUKE MENU. Touch FUNC Touch Touch MANUAL Touch BACK...

  • Page 93: Listening To The Music Juke

    Listening to the MUSIC JUKE Playing the MUSIC JUKE Touch in SOURCE MUSIC JUKE MENU. ● The SOURCE MENU can be displayed by touching the SOURCE MENU RECALL switch. ● If the power was turned off during playback, MUSIC JUKE will resume playback from the beginning of the last track that was played.

  • Page 94

    Audio Touch a track (song). Track (song) ● The track (song) information is displayed. When 4 or more lists are located in the same play mode, touch show lists not currently displayed. ATTENTION Stopping playback Press ● Press again to start playback from the point at which the last track (song) played was stopped.

  • Page 95: Creating A Personal Album List

    Creating a personal album list Creating an original list It is also possible to create an original list containing a collection of preferred songs. Up to 99 songs can be recorded in one playlist. It is possible to search for created playlists in the MY SELECTION play mode. Always record a track (song) into a newly created playlist.

  • Page 96

    Audio ■ The album list is titled "ECLIPSE". Touch TITLE Touch in this order. Touch ENTER ● The title is registered. Touch ENTER ■ Record the track (song) in a playlist. Touch a play mode. PLAY MODE...

  • Page 97

    Touch a playlist. PLAYLIST ● Touch to display different lists. Touch the track (song) you want to record in the playlist. ● To record multiple tracks (songs) in the same playlist simultaneously, touch all of the relevant tracks. ● Touch to display different lists.

  • Page 98: Dvd Player Operation

    Audio DVD player operation Viewing a DVD video Playing a DVD ■ When no DVD inserted Insert a DVD into the slot. ● Playback will automatically start. ■ When a DVD is inserted Touch in SOURCE MENU. ● The SOURCE MENU can be displayed by touching the SOURCE MENU RECALL switch.

  • Page 99

    Selecting a chapter Press Track selection (track start point)/ fast-forward (rewind) buttons Operating the disc menu Touch Touch MENU TOP MENU Touch Touch to select the desired item. Touch ENTER The menu screens displayed differ depending on the DVD disc. ATTENTION...

  • Page 100

    Audio Stopping the DVD Press ● Press again to output the audio for the most recently played DVD. ● AUDIO CONT Press to display the DVD screen.

  • Page 101: How To Adjust The Sound

    Audio How to adjust the sound Adjusting the sound You can use the EQ function to finely adjust sound and the DSP function to simulate different performance environments. The acoustic field can also be set to center around a desired position in the vehicle (POS), and the volume and balance for each speaker separately adjusted (FADER BALANCE).

  • Page 102

    Audio Setting the EQ Touch ● Touch then for a DVD, or for a VTR to display ■ Selecting the set equalizer curve Touch ● BACK Touch to save settings and return to the previous screen. Touch switch Equalizer Mode Touch switch Equalizer Mode FLAT...

  • Page 103

    Setting the POS Touch ● Touch then for a DVD, or for a VTR to display Touch POSITION (seat). ● BACK Touch to save settings and return to the previous screen. Display Position Display Position Driver's Seat Passenger Seat Front Seats Rear Seats You cannot set POS at the same time as adjusting the balance (Next page).

  • Page 104

    Audio Setting the FADER BALANCE Touch ● Touch then for a DVD, or for a VTR to display Touch FAD/BAL Touch the desired spot within the rectangle ( ● BACK Touch to save settings and return to the previous screen. You cannot set FADER BALANCE at the same time as adjusting the POS (Previous page).

  • Page 105: Other Settings

    Audio Other settings Changing the guide tone used for switch operation The beep sound made when a panel button is pressed or a touch switch is touched can be changed or turned off completely (mute). Press INFO to retrieve the INFORMATION screen.

  • Page 106: Switching The Screen Display Size

    Audio Switching the screen display size The screen size of DVD and VTR displays can be switched. Switching the DVD/VTR display screen size Touch WIDE ● For a DVD, touch then to display WIDE Touch the desired size.

  • Page 107

    ■ 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 in are black.

  • Page 108: Esn (eclipse Security Network) Operation

    ESN (ECLIPSE Security Network) operation About ESN (ECLIPSE Security Network) This product is equipped with ESN (ECLIPSE Security Network). The ESN system renders the navigation and audio functions of this unit inoperable in the event that the battery terminal is disconnected then reconnected.

  • Page 109: Registering A Pin Code For The Unit And The "memory Stick

    Registering a pin code for the unit and the "Memory Stick" To cancel the ESN security function once it is set, either the pin code for the unit or a "Memory Stick" with a registered pin code is needed. ● A pin code should be 4 digits in length.

  • Page 110

    Enter the new pin code. ● The entered numbers will be displayed as asterisks " ". Touch ENTER Enter the pin code from Step again for confirmation. Touch ENTER Touch ● The system will begin storing the pin code to the unit and "Memory Stick".

  • Page 111: Activating Esn Security

    Activating ESN security Activating “Memory Stick” security "Memory Stick" security is activated once a pin code has been registered as shown in "Registering a pin code for the unit and the "Memory Stick"" on page 109. ● If Memory Stick security is activated, the navigation and audio functions of this unit will be rendered inoperable in the event that the battery terminal of the vehicle is disconnected then reconnected.

  • Page 112: Canceling The Esn Security Lock (allows The Main Unit To Be Operated)

    Canceling the ESN Security Lock (allows the main unit to be operated) Canceling "Memory Stick" security "Memory Stick" security can be canceled using a "Memory Stick" with a registered pin code. When the battery terminal has been disconnected then reconnected, the loading and opening screens are displayed followed by the SECURITY screen.

  • Page 113: Changing The Pin Code

    Changing the pin code Change the registered pin code. The pin code can be changed in the following ways. ● Changing after first entering the current pin code. ● Changing the pin code after inserting a "Memory Stick" and verifying the pin code stored in the unit.

  • Page 114

    ■ When changing after first entering the current pin code Enter the current pin code. Touch ENTER Enter the new pin code. ● The entered numbers will be displayed as asterisks " ". Touch ENTER Enter the pin code from Step again for confirmation.

  • Page 115

    ■ When changing the pin code after inserting a "Memory Stick" and verifying the pin code stored in the unit Touch MEMORY STICK Touch Enter the new pin code. ● The entered numbers will be displayed as asterisks " ". Touch ENTER Enter the pin code from Step...

  • Page 116: Deactivating The Esn Security System

    Deactivating the ESN security system A new pin code needs to be registered in order to reactivate the ESN security system after turning it OFF. (See "Registering a pin code for the unit and the "Memory Stick"" on page 109) The ESN security system can be deactivated in the following ways.

  • Page 117

    ■ When deactivating after first entering the pin code Enter the current pin code. Touch ENTER Touch ● The security system is deactivated. ■ When deactivating after inserting a "Memory Stick" with a registered pin code Insert the "Memory Stick" with a registered pin code into the slot.

  • Page 118: Setting The Security Indicator Display

    Setting the security indicator display The ESN security indicator can be switched to either ON or OFF. When ON, this indicator flashes while ESN security is activated. Press INFO INFO Touch ● When performing security settings, audio is turned OFF. Touch INDICATOR.

  • Page 119: If One Of These Messages Appears

    If one of these messages appears If any of the following messages are displayed, check the unit while referring to the Cause and Remedy columns. Message Cause Remedy Audio is off in the Displayed while switching to the ESN Wait until the switch to the ESN mode.

  • Page 120: When Changing The Battery

    For reference When changing the battery Changing the battery When the vehicle ignition switch is turned to ON (ACC) after the battery has been changed ( terminal of the battery connected), program loading starts. Do not disconnect the battery terminal while program loading is in progress.

  • Page 121: About Care And Maintenance

    For reference About care and maintenance About care and maintenance - main unit and antenna About care and maintenance - main unit ● Use a soft cloth (silicon cloth) to remove dirt from the main unit. If the unit is very dirty, soak a cloth in diluted kitchen detergent, wring dry, then use to wipe the unit clean.

  • Page 122: Topic Index

    For reference Topic Index Introduction ■ Turning the power ON and OFF How to turn the power ON or OFF ..................P16 ■ Inserting and removing a disc / "Memory Stick" How to insert a disc/"Memory Stick"..................P18 ■ Adjusting the display angle How to adjust the angle of the display ..................

  • Page 123

    ■ Route search methods ● Set a destination and begin a route search Deciding on a destination and starting a route search ............P49 ● Return home Returning home.........................P51 ● Choose a landmark and begin a route search Searching using the intersection name ................P52 Searching using a freeway entrance/exit name ..............P55 ■...

  • Page 124

    For reference Audio ■ Switching the audio source How to switch the audio source..................P78 ■ Using the radio AM/FM radio operation ..................... P81 ■ Using CDs and MP3s CD/MP3 player operation ....................P83 ■ Using a "Memory Stick" "Memory Stick" player operation ..................P86 ■...

  • Page 125

    ■ Using ESN ● Register a security code Registering a pin code for the unit and the "Memory Stick" ...........P109 ● Activate ESN security Activating ESN security ....................P111 ● Release the security lock Canceling the ESN Security Lock (allows the main unit to be operated) ......P112 ●...

  • Page 126: Specifications

    For reference Specifications GPS antenna Dimensions 34 (W) × 13.2 (H) × 38 (D) mm (except protruding sections) Weight About 86 g Power supply voltage 4.2 - 5.0 V Power consumption 10 mA (max) Usage temperature -30 to 85 °C Storage temperature -40 to 100 °C Display...

  • Page 127

    Memory Stick Total harmonic distortion 0.03% (1kHz, 0dB, 0.5W output) Frequency characteristic 20 to 20,000Hz S/N ratio 80dB (1kHz) Total harmonic distortion 0.3% (1kHz, 0dB, 0.5W output) Frequency characteristic 20 to 20,000Hz S/N ratio 85dB (1kHz) Common component Rated output 15W x 4 (1kHz, 1%4:) (EIAJ) Maximum output 50W x 4 (test voltage 14.4V)

  • Page 128

    For reference Rear view camera (optional) Image pickup device 1/4 inch color CCD CCD pixel count About 270,000 pixels Horizontal resolution 300TV (center) or above Camera Focal distance f = 1.7mm F value 1:3.5 Angular field of 120°, 84° view (Horizontal/ Vertical) TV format NTSC...

  • Page 130

    For reference...

  • Page 132

    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. 090002-27780700 0503C(N)

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