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FLASH MEMORY MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION
RECEIVER
AVIC-X9115BT
AVIC-X7115BT
Notice to all users:
This software requires that the navigation system is
properly connected to your vehicle's parking brake and
depending on your vehicle, additional installation may
be required. For more information, please contact your
Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at
(800) 421-1404.
English

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

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this man- ual in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Changing the scale of the map 38 Route... 54 – Scrolling the map to the position you Save as... 55 want to see 39 Setting the location as a new destination 55 – Changing the tilt and rotation angle of Setting the location as a waypoint 55 the map 39 Replacing the location as the new final...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Activating the MSN Direct – Calling a number in the “Contacts” function 65 screen 79 – Dialing a phone number of the POI 79 Browsing gas prices 65 – Making a call home easily 79 Browsing movie times 66 –...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Resuming playback (Bookmark) 93 Setting the parental lock 104 – Searching for a specific scene and – Setting the code number and starting playback from a specified level 104 time 93 Displaying your DivX VOD registration – Direct number search 93 code 105 –...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Switching between the detailed Using the XM tuner information display and the preset list Reading the screen 130 display 122 Using the touch panel keys 131 – Storing and recalling broadcast – Selecting an XM channel directly 131 –...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Turning off the screen 160 Customizing preferences The options in the “Navi Settings” The “AV Sound Settings” menu options 160 – Displaying the “AV Sound Settings” menu 144 – Basic operations in the “Navi Settings” menu 160 – Using balance adjustment 160 menu 144 –...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents – Voice commands related to hands-free Detailed information for playable media 194 – Compatibility 194 phoning 172 – Media compatibility chart 197 Tips for Voice Operation 173 Bluetooth 201 Other functions About the SAT RADIO READY Logo 201 Setting the anti-theft function 174 HD Radio Technology 202 –...

  • Page 9: Information To User

    CAUTION: USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENT OR PER- FCC ID : AJDK020 FORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN MODEL NO. : AVIC-X9115BT THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN IC : 775E-K020 HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. FCC ID : AJDK020 CAUTION: MODEL NO.

  • Page 10: License Agreement, Pioneer Avic-x9115bt, Avic-x7115bt For U.s.a

    NOT AGREE WITH ALL OF THESE TERMS, The Software and related documentation are PLEASE RETURN THE PIONEER PRODUCTS provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LI- (INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE, AND ANY CENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 WRITTEN MATERIALS) WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS...

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    Agreement shall be effective and limitation of liability shall not be applic- unless agreed to in writing by Pioneer. Pioneer able to the extent that they are prohibited by retailers do not have the authority to change any applicable federal, state or local law which this Agreement.

  • Page 12: Pioneer Avic-x9115bt, Avic-x7115bt For Canada

    DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY TERMS, PLEASE RETURN THE PIONEER PRO- The Software and related documentation are provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LI- DUCTS (INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE, AND ANY WRITTEN MATERIALS) WITHIN FIVE (5) CENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2...

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    BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WAR- change in this Agreement shall be effective RANTY, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, MIS- unless agreed to in writing by Pioneer. Pioneer REPRESENTATION, AND OTHER TORTS. IF retailers do not have the authority to change PIONEER’S WARRANTY DISCLAIMER OR this Agreement.

  • Page 14: Terms And Conditions For The Tele Atlas Data

    Chapter Introduction Terms and Conditions for the CHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AC- CURACY, TITLE AND FITNESS FOR A Tele Atlas Data PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO ORAL OR WRIT- THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT (THE “AGREE- TEN ADVICE OR INFORMATION PROVIDED MENT”) BETWEEN YOU, THE END USER, AND BY TELE ATLAS OR ANY OF ITS AGENTS, EM- TELE ATLAS NORTH AMERICA, INC.

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    Chapter Introduction Indemnity. it is agreed that the Data is a trade secret and You agree to indemnify, defend and hold Tele a proprietary commercial product and not sub- Atlas, its Licensors, and its Suppliers (includ- ject to disclosure. ing their respective licensors, suppliers, as- If you are an agency, department, or other en- signees, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, tity of any State government, the United States...

  • Page 16: Licenses

    Chapter Introduction In addition to the Warranties contained in or unenforceable, such provision or part there- the Agreement, YOU UNDERSTAND THAT of shall be stricken from this Agreement and THE POIS ARE LICENSED ON AN “AS IS” the remainder of this Agreement shall be BASIS WITHOUT GUARANTEE, AND valid, legal, and enforceable to the maximum THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES...

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    Chapter Introduction You should have received a copy of the GNU Defining a subclass of a class defined by the Lesser General Public License along with this Library is deemed a mode of using an inter- library; if not, write to the Free Software Foun- face provided by the Library.

  • Page 18

    Chapter Introduction Object Code Incorporating Material a modified Combined Work, in the man- from Library Header Files. ner specified by section 6 of the GNU The object code form of an Application may in- GPL for conveying Corresponding corporate material from a header file that is Source.

  • Page 19: About The Database, About The Data For The Map Database

    Chapter Introduction Revised Versions of the GNU Lesser 7-Zip Source Notice General Public License. The software program used in this product The Free Software Foundation may publish re- contains 7-Zip library. 7-Zip contains the soft- vised and/or new versions of the GNU Lesser ware granted permission for the usage under General Public License from time to time.

  • Page 20: Copyright Notices For North American Data, Important Safety Information

    Agreement number 6776. The product in- (ACC OFF) immediately and consult your deal- cludes information copied with permission er or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service from Canadian authorities, including ã Cana- Station. Do not use the navigation system in â...

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    Chapter Introduction only. It may not accurately reflect the latest CAUTION permissible routes, road conditions, one ! When a route is calculated, the route and way streets, road closures, or traffic restric- voice guidance for the route are automatically tions. set.

  • Page 22: Goog-411" Service, Speed Limit Indication, Additional Safety Information, Parking Brake Interlock

    Chapter Introduction “GOOG-411” service WARNING p Pioneer does not bear responsibility for the ! LIGHT GREEN LEAD AT POWER CON- accuracy of the information. NECTOR IS DESIGNED TO DETECT p Pioneer does not bear responsibility for PARKED STATUS AND MUST BE CON-...

  • Page 23: When Using A Display Connected To Rear Monitor Output, To Avoid Battery Exhaustion

    Pioneer Service Station. Be sure to run the vehicle engine while using this product. Using this product without run- After-sales service for Pioneer products ning the engine can drain the battery. Please contact the dealer or distributor from which you purchased the product for after-...

  • Page 24: Visit Our Web Site, Manual Overview, How To Use This Manual, Terminology, Definitions Of Terminology

    Chapter Introduction Visit Our Web site ! Buttons on your navigation system are de- scribed in ALL CAPITAL, BOLD lettering: Visit us at the following site: e.g.) http://www.pioneerelectronics.com MENU button, MAP button. In Canada ! Items in different menus, screen titles, and http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca functional components are described in 1 Register your product.

  • Page 25: Notice Regarding Video Viewing, Notice Regarding Dvd-video Viewing, Notice Regarding Mp3 File Usage, Ipod Compatibility

    When you use this navigation system with Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- or disassembly is prohibited. IU230V) (sold separately), you can control an iPod compatible with this navigation system.

  • Page 26: Map Coverage, Protecting The Lcd Panel And Screen, Notes On Internal Memory

    Chapter Introduction p Some data remains. Read Returning the na- Map coverage vigation system to the default or factory set- For more details about the map coverage of tings before you operate this function. this navigation system, refer to the information = For more detailed information about the on our website.

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    Chapter Introduction Press the RESET button with a pen tip or other pointed implement. RESET button p If you have connected other equipment to this navigation system with IP-BUS, be sure to reset that equipment too.

  • Page 28: Basic Operation, Checking Part Names And Functions

    Chapter Basic operation Checking part names and functions Press and hold the button when the “Top This chapter gives information about the Menu” is displayed. The “Screen Calibra- names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. tion” screen appears. = For details concerning operations, refer 1 Disc loading slot to Adjusting the response positions of the...

  • Page 29: Inserting And Ejecting A Disc, Inserting A Disc, Ejecting A Disc

    To connect your iPod by using USB inter- possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts face cable for iPod (CD-IU230V), use no liability for damages, costs or expenses “AV1”...

  • Page 30: Inserting An Sd Memory Card, Ejecting An Sd Memory Card

    ! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses arising from data loss or corruption.

  • Page 31: Connecting And Disconnecting An Ipod, Connecting Your Ipod, Disconnecting Your Ipod

    ! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- termination rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts CAUTION no liability for damages, costs or expenses For safety reasons, the rear view camera function arising from data loss or corruption.

  • Page 32: Regular Startup

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the language that you want to Regular startup use for the voice guidance. CAUTION For safety reasons, the rear view camera function is not available until the navigation system boots up completely. % Start the engine to boot up the system. After a short pause, the navigation splash screen comes on for a few seconds.

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    Chapter Basic operation...

  • Page 34: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screens, Screen Switching Overview

    Chapter Basic operation How to use the navigation menu screens Screen switching overview...

  • Page 35: What You Can Do On Each Menu, Displaying The Rear View Camera Image

    Chapter Basic operation What you can do on each menu = For details, refer to Setting the rear view camera on page 157. 1 Top Menu Press the MENU button to display the “Top Press the MENU button to display the Menu”.

  • Page 36: How To Read The Map Screen

    Chapter Basic operation How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navigation system can be seen on the map. You need to be- come familiar with how information appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen.

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    Chapter Basic operation = For details, refer to Map Settings on This key will be displayed while you activate the dummy run (“Fly over” or “Demo page 146. p The estimated time of arrival is an ideal Mode”). Touch the key to cancel the dummy run.

  • Page 38: Switching The Map Mode, Changing The Scale Of The Map

    Chapter Basic operation p This information is based on the map data- When “Heading up” mode is selected, base. Thus, the information may differ from displayed. actual conditions. Use it as just a direc- 2D map screen (North up mode) tional reference for your driving.

  • Page 39: Scrolling The Map To The Position You Want To See

    Chapter Basic operation Move MULTI-CONTROL down or up to Touch the map briefly. zoom in or out. Briefly touching the position on the map that Moving MULTI-CONTROL upward or down- you want to see positions the cursor there. ward once allows you to change the map scale one step at a time.

  • Page 40: The Basic Flow Of Creating Your Route, Operating List Screens (e.g. City List)

    Chapter Basic operation Touch anywhere on the map briefly to The basic flow of creating show the tilt controls and rotation angle. your route 1 Park your vehicle in a safe place, and apply the parking brake. 2 Display the “Destination Menu”. 3 Select the method of searching for your destination.

  • Page 41: Operating The On-screen Keyboard

    Chapter Basic operation 2 Current page/total pages Each touch of [aA] changes the setting as fol- lows: — enables you to capitalize the first Returns the previous screen. letter of a word. — enables you to enter letters in Touching on the scroll bar scrolls through the list and allows you to view the re- lower-case.

  • Page 42: Searching For A Location By Address

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Address]. CAUTION For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking brake before setting your route.

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    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the key next to “State:” and Touch the desired city name. touch the desired state, province, or terri- tory on the list. ! When a city is already set, touching [City Center] allows you to select the representa- The screen returns to the previous screen.

  • Page 44: Searching For Pois Around The Cursor

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location 11 Touch one of the options at the bottom Touch [Around Cursor]. of the “Map Confirmation Screen” to select the next operation. Drag the map to move the cursor to the desired position and touch [OK]. Touch [Route...] then [Go Here Now] to set your selected position as your destination and calculate the route up that point.

  • Page 45: Searching For A Nearby Poi, Searching For Pois Along The Current Route

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the POI you want. Searching for a nearby POI Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [POI]. Touch [Around Current GPS Location]. The list of POI categories appears. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Searching for POIs around the cursor on the previous page.

  • Page 46: Using "saved Criteria

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the address you want. Touch the search method that you want to put into memory. = For details, refer to Searching for a location by address on page 42. Touch the category you want. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Searching for POIs around the cursor on page 44.

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    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location ! Touching [Save Criteria] without selecting Touch the POI you want. a category allows you to store only your se- lected search method including all cate- gories. ! If there aren’t any more detailed categories, a blank list appears.

  • Page 48: Searching For Pois By Using The Data On External Storage Devices (usb, Sd)

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Delete] on the right of the item Touch the folder you want on the list. that you want to delete. Touch one of the items on the list. Searching for POIs by using the data on external storage devices (USB, SD) Creating a customized POI is possible by...

  • Page 49: Searching For A Location By Coordinates

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for a location by Touch to delete the current value and enter the desired coordinate. coordinates Entering a latitude and longitude pinpoints the location. Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [Route Function]. ! Touching [N/S] or [E/W] changes the hemi- sphere.

  • Page 50: Selecting A Location You Searched For Recently, Deleting An Entry In "history

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Route...] then [Go Here Now] to set Touch [Route...] then [Go Here Now] to set your selected position as your destination and your selected position as your destination and calculate the route up that point. calculate the route up that point.

  • Page 51: Deleting An Entry In "favorites, Setting Up A Route To Your Home

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the entry you want. Touch [Yes]. p Because deleted data cannot be restored, take extra care not to mistakenly delete items. Setting up a route to your home If your home location is stored, the route home can be calculated by touching a single key.

  • Page 52: Searching For A Location By Scrolling The Map, Confirmation Screen

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the entry you want. Touch one of the options at the bottom of the “Map Confirmation Screen” to select the next operation. If no route has been set yet, the saved route is recalled and the guidance will start im- Touch [Route...] then [Go Here Now] to set mediately.

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    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location...

  • Page 54: What You Can Do With The "map Confirmation Screen, Route

    Chapter After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) What you can do with the “Map Confirmation Screen” Under most conditions after searching for a location, the “Map Confirmation Screen” appears, so you can select the next operation. The options shown below are available on this screen: Route...

  • Page 55: Setting The Location As A New Destination, Setting The Location As A Waypoint

    Chapter After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) Touch [Go Here Now]. = For more details of the operation, refer to Replacing the location as the new final desti- When the route is not set, route calculation nation on this page. starts immediately.

  • Page 56: Viewing Information About A Specified Location, Placing A Map Pin On The Location

    Chapter After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) Touch [Starting Point]. p When the cursor overlaps with a starting point already set, it changes to [Remove Start]. All waypoints already set are deleted. Viewing information about a specified location Locating the cursor to your desired position enables you to view detailed information about 1 The address and coordinates...

  • Page 57: Removing A Map Pin, Registering The Location As A Customized Poi

    Chapter After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) Search for a location or position the Touch the desired category to which cursor on the desired area by scrolling the the location is to be assigned. map and displaying the “Map Confirmation Screen”.

  • Page 58: Storing The Location In "favorites, Deleting An Entry In "favorites

    Chapter After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, Storing the location in and then touch [Favorites]. “Favorites” Touch [Clear All]. Storing your favorite locations as “Favorites” A message will appear asking you to confirm provides you with the opportunity to save the the deletion.

  • Page 59: Checking The Current Route Checking The Current Route Conditions

    Chapter Checking the current route Checking the current route conditions The “Route Information” screen provides you with various detailed information about the current route. This is an example showing a route with two waypoints. p This function is available only when the route is set and your vehicle position is on the route.

  • Page 60: Playing Simulated Travel At High Speed, Checking The Entire Route Overview On The Map

    Chapter Checking the current route Touch [Dest.] to switch to the first way- Checking the entire route point screen. overview on the map You can check the entire outline of the current route. Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [Route Function]. Touch [Route info].

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    Chapter Checking the current route Alternative options: ! Detailed Instructions All turning points, passed streets and other information is shown. ! Instructions All turning points (where voice guidance is given) are shown. ! Road List Displays the turning points in the most sim- plified form (duplicated route names are merged into one).

  • Page 62: Editing Waypoints And The Destination Editing Waypoints, Adding A Waypoint, Sorting Waypoints, Deleting A Waypoint

    Chapter Editing waypoints and the destination Editing waypoints Touching [Optimize] sorts the waypoints auto- matically so that the route will compromise You can edit waypoints (locations you want to the least time and distance. visit on the way to your destination) and recal- culate the route so that is passes through Touch [Done].

  • Page 63: Deleting The Entry In "saved Routes, Deleting The Current Route

    Chapter Editing waypoints and the destination Enter the name and then touch [Done] to complete the entry. The previous screen appears. p Saved route can be recalled later. = For details, refer to Setting a route by recal- ling a saved route on page 51. Deleting the entry in “Saved Routes”...

  • Page 64: Checking Your Product Key

    Checking your product key Notice about MSN Direct The product key that you can find here is used Pioneer is not responsible for the accuracy of the in the online subscription. MSN Direct content. The MSN Direct content Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, may not be current or available at times, and is and then touch [MSN Direct].

  • Page 65: Subscribing To The Msn Direct Service, Function, Browsing Gas Prices

    Access the following URL and read the dates gas price information, the information description. provided may not necessarily correspond to ac- http://www.msndirect.com/pioneer tual gas prices. Please refer to Notice about Be sure to check the coverage area and MSN Direct on the previous page.

  • Page 66: Browsing Movie Times, Searching For A Theater By Selecting A Movie Title

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct ! [Distance] (default): Although the MSN Direct service regularly up- Sorts the items in the list in order by dis- dates movie information, the information pro- tance from the vehicle position. vided may not necessarily correspond to actual ! [Name]: movie information.

  • Page 67: Searching For A Movie Title By Selecting A Theater

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Touch the desired tab to change the Searching for a movie title by sort order. selecting a theater Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [MSN Direct]. Touch [Movie Times]. The nearby theaters are displayed. Touch the desired tab to change the sort order.

  • Page 68: Browsing Weather Information, Checking The Local Weather Information, Checking Worldwide Weather Conditions, Using Traffic Information

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Browsing weather Touch [Weather]. The local weather information is displayed. information Touch [Worldwide]. Local weather information can be displayed Worldwide weather conditions are displayed. on a list. Switching the screen allows you to The area name, distance and direction from see worldwide weather conditions.

  • Page 69: Viewing The Traffic Flow

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Although the MSN Direct service regularly up- dates traffic information, the information pro- vided may not necessarily correspond to actual traffic conditions. Please refer to Notice about MSN Direct on page 64. Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [MSN Direct].

  • Page 70: Setting The Traffic Information

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Setting the traffic information Preferred functions related to traffic informa- tion can be set. Touch [Destination] on the “Top Menu”, and then touch [MSN Direct]. Touch [Traffic] and then touch [Set- tings]. The “Traffic Settings” screen appears. 1 Flow-related icon 2 Street or location and direction 3 Distance to the location and event...

  • Page 71: Browsing News Headlines, Browsing Local Events

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct Browsing news headlines Although the MSN Direct service regularly up- dates local event information, the information Recent news headlines are displayed in a list. provided may not necessarily correspond to ac- tual local event conditions. Please refer to No- Although the MSN Direct service regularly up- tice about MSN Direct on page 64.

  • Page 72: Browsing Stock Quotes, Selecting Stock Symbols, Viewing The Detailed Stock Quotes

    Chapter Browsing information on MSN Direct p Arrow in the left of each item indicates the Touch one of the options at the bottom of the “Map Confirmation Screen” to select stock price movement. If there is no stock price movements than previous close, “—” the next operation.

  • Page 73: Using Hands-free Phoning Hands-free Phoning Overview, Preparing Communication Devices, Displaying The Phone Menu

    ! Pairing from your cellular phone p The default device name displayed on the the Bluetooth connection is also discon- cellular phone is “Pioneer Navi”. The PIN nected. When the system restarts, the sys- code is “1111”. tem automatically attempts to reconnect the previously-connected cellular phone.

  • Page 74: Searching For Nearby Phones, Searching For A Specified Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Searching for nearby phones A message prompting you to enter a PIN code appears. The system searches for available cellular phones near the navigation system, displays Enter the PIN code “1111” using the cel- them in a list, and registers them for connec- lular phone.

  • Page 75: Pairing From Your Cellular Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the model name of the cellular Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- phone to be connected. nology on your cellular phone. The system searches for cellular phones fea- For some cellular phones, no specific action is turing Bluetooth technology that are waiting necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless tech- for the connection and displays them in the...

  • Page 76: Connecting A Registered Cellular Phone, Disconnecting A Cellular Phone, Deleting A Registered Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Connecting a registered When a connection is successfully estab- lished, a connection complete message ap- cellular phone pears, the screen returns to the “Phone The navigation system automatically connects Settings” menu by touching [OK]. p To cancel the connection to your cellular the cellular phone selected as the target of connection.

  • Page 77: Receiving A Phone Call, Answering An Incoming Call, Rejecting An Incoming Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Receiving a phone call You can perform hands-free answering by using the navigation system. Answering an incoming call The system informs you that it is receiving a call by displaying a message and producing a ring sound. If [Auto Answer Preference] is set to [Off], Touch to end the call.

  • Page 78: Direct Dialing, Dialing From The History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Dialed Numbers] on the “Phone Direct dialing Menu”. Touch [Dial Pad] on the “Phone Menu”. = For details, refer to Displaying the Phone = For details, refer to Displaying the Phone Menu on page 73. Menu on page 73.

  • Page 79: Screen, Dialing A Phone Number Of The Poi, Making A Call Home Easily

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning If you touch an entry on the list, dialing Touching [Others] displays the page including starts. entries that are not assigned to any of the p If you touch [Detail], you can check the de- other tabs. tails of the party before making a phone Touch the desired entry on the list to call.

  • Page 80: Dialing Goog-411, Announcing Incoming Short Mails, Transferring The Phone Book

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning p If you have not registered your home num- Announcing incoming ber, a message appears. Touch [Yes] to short mails start registration. = For more details about “Set Home”, While the cellular phone and the navigation system are connected, the following notice is refer to Setting your home position on displayed when you get a new SMS message.

  • Page 81: Clearing Memory

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning p Depending on the cellular phone that is p The transferred data can not be edited on connected to this navigation system via the navigation system. Bluetooth technology, this navigation sys- When the completion message ap- tem may not be able to display the phone pears, check the message and touch [OK].

  • Page 82: Setting The Phone, Setting The Phone Volume, Stopping Bluetooth Wave Transmission, Answering A Call Automatically

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [OK]. Stopping Bluetooth wave Data on the selected item is cleared from this transmission navigation system’s memory. You can stop transmission of electric waves by p If you do not want to clear memory that you turning off the Bluetooth function.

  • Page 83: Setting The Automatic Rejection Function, Echo Canceling And Noise Reduction, Setting Automatic Connection

    You can change the device name to be dis- swer Preference” are activated, “Refuse played on your cellular phone. (Default is All Calls” takes priority and all incoming [Pioneer Navi].) calls are automatically rejected. Touch [Phone Settings] on the “Phone Echo canceling and noise reduction Menu”.

  • Page 84: Notes For Hands-free Phoning

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning — When you answer the phone by using p Up to 30 characters can be entered for a de- vice name. the button on the phone. — When the person on the other end of line hangs up the phone. Notes for hands-free phoning ! If the person on the other end of the phone call cannot hear the conversation due to an...

  • Page 85: Updating The Bluetooth Wireless Technology Software

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! With some cellular phones, it may not be possible to transfer all items in the phone book at one time. In this case, transfer items one by one from your cellular phone. ! Depending on the cellular phone, this navi- gation system may not display the phone book correctly.

  • Page 86: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Using the touch panel keys You can play a normal music CD using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This Touch panel keys section describes how. Insert the disc you want to play into disc-loading slot. Playback starts from the first track of the CD.

  • Page 87: Selecting A Track From The List, Using The "function" Menu

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Selecting a track from the list Each touch of [Repeat] changes the setting as follows: The list lets you see the list of track titles, file ! Disc — Repeats the current disc names or folder names on a disc and select ! Track —...

  • Page 88

    WMA, AAC, WAV files are collectively re- Shows the elapsed playing time within the ferred to as “Compressed audio file”. current track. p AVIC-X9115BT cannot play WAV files. 7 Folder name indicator Shows the folder name currently playing. Insert the disc you want to play into 8 Song number indicator disc-loading slot.

  • Page 89: Browsing Embedded Text Information, Selecting A Track From The List

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Selecting a track from the list = For details, refer to Recalling equalizer curves on page 161. The list lets you see the list of track titles or 3 Display the “Function” menu folder names on a disc. Touch a folder on the = For details, refer to Using the list to view its contents.

  • Page 90: Using The "function" Menu

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM p For WAV files, only the information marked 2 Play tracks in a random order with (*) can be displayed. Touching [Random] switches between [On] p If you operate no functions for about 30 sec- and [Off].

  • Page 91

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Using the touch panel keys You can play a DVD-Video using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Playback screen (page1) scribes operations for playing a DVD-Video. p AVIC-X7115BT cannot play DVDs. Reading the screen 1 2 3 Playback screen (page2) 1 Source icon...

  • Page 92

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video = For details, refer to Using the Touch [m] or [n] to perform fast reverse or “Function” menu on page 94. forward. 3 Display the DVD menu If you touch and hold [m] or [n] for five seconds, fast reverse/fast forward continues You can display the menu by touching [Menu] even if you release either of these keys.

  • Page 93: Resuming Playback (bookmark), Starting Playback From A Specified Time, Direct Number Search

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Resuming playback (Bookmark) Touch the keys to input the target num- ber or time and then touch [Enter]. The Bookmark function lets you resume play- back from a selected scene the next time the disc is loaded. Touching [B.Mark]: You can bookmark one point for each of up to five discs.

  • Page 94: Frame-by-frame Playback, Slow Motion Playback, Using The "function" Menu

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video p To return to normal playback, touch [f]. Touch the desired menu item. Touch [q] or [r] to adjust playback Using DVD menu by touch panel keys speed during slow motion playback. Each time you touch [q] or [r] it changes If items on the DVD menu appear at the bot- the speed in four steps in the following order: tom of the screen, the touch panel keys may...

  • Page 95

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video When playing DVDs recorded with LPCM audio, you can switch the audio output. Touch [L/R Select] repeatedly until the de- sired audio output appears in the display. Each touch of [L/R Select] changes the set- tings as follows: ! L+R —...

  • Page 96

    Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Using the touch panel keys You can play a DVD-VR (DVD Video Recording Format) disc using the built-in drive of the na- Playback screen (page1) vigation system. This section describes opera- tions for DVD-VR discs. p AVIC-X7115BT cannot play DVD-VR discs.

  • Page 97: Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc p Moving MULTI-CONTROL left or right i Searching for a desired scene and starting enables you to perform the equivalent playback from a specified time = For details, refer to Searching for a speci- operations. 6 Playback and Pause fic scene and starting playback from a Touching [f] switches between “playback”...

  • Page 98: Switch The Playback Mode, Using The Short-time Skip Function

    Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Touch the title to play from the list. ! To select 71 minutes 00 seconds, touch [7], [1], [0], [0] and [Enter] in order. p To cancel the input numbers, touch [Clear]. Switch the playback mode You have two methods for playing DVD-VR discs;...

  • Page 99

    Chapter Playing a DVD-VR disc Using the “Function” menu Touch [DISC] on the “AV Source” menu to display the “DVD-VR” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 34. Touch the screen to display the touch panel keys.

  • Page 100

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Using the touch panel keys You can play a DivX disc using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Playback screen (page1) scribes that operations. p AVIC-X7115BT cannot play DivX files. Reading the screen 8 9 a b Playback screen (page2) 1 Source icon...

  • Page 101: Slow Motion Playback, Frame-by-frame Playback, Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DivX video 6 Switch the information Frame-by-frame playback Touching [Disp] changes the content of the in- This lets you move ahead one frame at a time formation panel as follows: during playback. Disc information display — Current folder dis- play —...

  • Page 102

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Touch the keys to input the target num- Each touch of [Repeat] changes the setting ber or time and then touch [Enter]. as follows: ! File — Repeat just the current file ! Folder — Repeat just the current folder ! Disc —...

  • Page 103: Setting The Top-priority Languages, Setting Assist Subtitles On Or Off

    Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Touch [DVD Setup] on the “Function” Configure the DVD-Video/DVD-VR/DivX player. menu. = For details, refer to Displaying DVD Setup Displaying DVD Setup menu menu on this page. Touch [Language]. Play the disc that contains DVD-Video, You can select the language preference of the DVD-VR or DivX.

  • Page 104: Setting The Angle Icon Display, Setting The Aspect Ratio, Setting The Parental Lock

    Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Setting the angle icon display Setting the parental lock You can set the angle icon to display in Some DVD-Video discs let you use parental scenes where the angle can be switched. lock to set restrictions so that children cannot watch violent or adult-oriented scenes.

  • Page 105: Displaying Your Divx Vod Registration Code, Dvd-video, Dvd-vr, Divx Setup, Setting “auto Play”

    Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup p The parental lock level is recorded on the Touch [DVD Setup] on the “Function” menu. disc. You can confirm it by looking at the disc package, the included literature or the = For details, refer to Displaying DVD Setup disc itself.

  • Page 106: Setting The Subtitle File For Divx

    Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Setting the subtitle file for DivX You can select whether to display DivX exter- nal subtitles or not. p If no DivX external subtitle files exist, the original DivX subtitles are displayed even when [Custom] is selected. Touch [DVD Setup] on the “Function”...

  • Page 107: Language Code Chart For Dvds

    Chapter DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DivX setup Language code chart for DVDs Language (code), input code Language (code), input code Language (code), input code Japanese (ja), 1001 Guarani (gn), 0714 Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619 English (en), 0514 Gujarati (gu), 0721 Quechua (qu), 1721 French (fr), 0618 Hausa (ha), 0801 Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813...

  • Page 108: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) p Playback is performed in order of folder You can play the compressed audio files stored in the external storage device (USB, number. Folders are skipped if they con- SD). tains no playable files. (If there are no play- p In the following description, the SD mem- able files in folder 001 (root folder), ory card and USB memory device are col-...

  • Page 109: Using The Touch Panel Keys (music)

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys Shows the artist name currently playing (when available). (Music) a Album title indicator* Shows the title of the album for the current track (when available). b Playback condition indicator The marks shown below appears and indi- cates the current playback condition.

  • Page 110

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) p If the information has not been recorded on Selecting a track from the list files, nothing may be displayed. The list lets you see the list of track titles or p For WAV files, only the information marked folder names on an external storage device with (*) can be displayed.

  • Page 111

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) p If you turn [Random] to “On” while the repeat play range is set to “Track”, the repeat play range changes to “Folder” automatically. 3 Scan folders and tracks Scan play lets you hear the first 10 seconds of each track.

  • Page 112

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) You can play the video files stored in the exter- able files in folder 001 (root folder), nal storage device (USB, SD). playback starts from folder 002.) p In the following description, the SD mem- ory card and USB memory device are col- lectively referred to as the “external storage Reading the screen...

  • Page 113: Using The Touch Panel Keys (video), Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys Touching [f] switches between playback and pause. (Video) 7 Display the map screen 8 Searching for a desired scene and starting playback from a specified time = For details, refer to Searching for a speci- fic scene and starting playback from a specified time on this page.

  • Page 114

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) For folders, files repeat play range changes to “Folder”. ! To select 3, touch [3] and [Enter] in order. ! To select 10, touch [1] and [0] and [Enter] in order. For time (time search) ! To select 5 minutes 03 seconds, touch [5], [0], [3] and [Enter] in order.

  • Page 115

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- Video ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- tion system. p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU230V) (sold separately) is required for connection. Starting procedure % Connect your iPod.

  • Page 116: Browsing For A Song, Using The Touch Panel Keys (music)

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) p If characters recorded on the iPod are not the song using the category tabs to play, compatible with this navigation system, touching the key displays the previous list. 7 Skip back or forward to another song they may turn into garbled characters.

  • Page 117: Starting The Video Playback

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Search control Touching switches the selection Touch your desired category tab to dis- to the next or previous page in the list. play the list. Touch the item that you want to refine. Touch the item that you want to refine. Refine the item until the track title is displayed on the list.

  • Page 118: Browsing For A Video, Using The Touch Panel Keys (video)

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Touch your desired item on the list to If you select the video from the list to play narrow down them until the video list ap- after touching Top Menu, touching the key pears. displays the previous list. (If you touch Top Menu again but do not select a video, this key = For details concerning operations, refer to is disabled until you select a video with the list...

  • Page 119

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Narrowing down a video with the list Touch [c] or [d] to select the character. p “THE” or “The” and space at the beginning Touch the category you want. of the artist name will be ignored and the next character will be taken into account for searching.

  • Page 120

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) ! Albums — Selects an album randomly, and then plays back all songs in that album in order 3 Setting the audiobook play speed While listening to an audiobook on iPod, playback speed can be changed. Each touch of [Audio Book] changes the setting as follows: ! Normal —...

  • Page 121

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Using the touch panel keys You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio (FM). % Touch [FM] on the “AV Source” menu to display the “FM” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 34.

  • Page 122: Display, Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies, Using The "function" Menu, Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) p Up to 18 FM stations, 6 for each of the three Switching between the FM bands, as well as 6 AM stations can be detailed information display stored in memory. and the preset list display The next time you touch the same pre- You can switch the left side of the basic screen set tuning key [P1] to [P6], the radio station...

  • Page 123: Tuning In Strong Signals

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Touch [Start] to start “BSM”. BSM begins to flash. While BSM is flashing, the six strongest broadcast frequencies will be stored under the preset tuning keys [P1] to [P6] in order of their signal strength. When this is complete, BSM stops flashing.

  • Page 124

    Chapter HD RadioäReception a Detailed information You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- = For details, refer to Switching the display tion system. This section describes operations on the next page. for HD Radio reception. p For details concerning operation, refer to the HD Radio tuner’s operation manual.

  • Page 125: Information Display And The Preset List Display, Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies, Switching The Display

    Chapter HD RadioäReception Switching between the The next time you touch the same pre- set tuning key [P1] to [P6], the radio station detailed information display frequencies are recalled from memory. and the preset list display p You can also use [c] and [d] to recall radio You can switch the left side of the basic screen stations assigned to preset tuning keys [P1] according to your preference.

  • Page 126: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies, Switching The Seek Mode, Tuning In Strong Signals

    Chapter HD RadioäReception 2 Switching the seek mode Tuning in strong signals = For details, refer to this page. Local seek tuning allows you to tune in only 3 Tuning in strong signals those radio stations with sufficiently strong = For details, refer to this page. signals for good reception.

  • Page 127

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) You can listen to the radio using this naviga- = For details, refer to Using the “Function” menu on the next page. tion system. This section describes operations 3 Select a preset channel for radio (AM). c or d can be used to switch presets.

  • Page 128: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies, Using The "function" Menu, Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) Storing and recalling broadcast Touch [Func]. frequencies With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys ([P1] to [P6]), you can easily store up to six broadcast frequencies for later recall (also with the touch of a key). 1 Storing the strongest broadcast fre- quencies = For details, refer to this page.

  • Page 129

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) Touch [cPrev] or [Nextd] to set the sen- sitivity. There are two levels of sensitivity for AM. Level: 1 — 2 p The level “2” setting allows reception of only the strongest stations, while lower settings let you receive weaker stations.

  • Page 130

    Chapter Using the XM tuner About the logo for channel name You can use the navigation system to control an XM satellite digital tuner, which is sold se- Only the logo data that is contained in the na- parately. vigation system can be displayed for each For details concerning operation, refer to the channel.

  • Page 131: Selecting An Xm Channel Directly, Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using the XM tuner Shows the detailed information of the broad- The channels move up or down one at a cast channel currently being received. time. p If you keep touching [c] or [d] you can skip the broadcasting channels. 6 Select an XM band Using the touch panel keys Touch [Band] repeatedly until the desired...

  • Page 132: Displaying The Radio Id, Storing And Recalling Broadcast Stations, Selecting A Channel From The List

    Chapter Using the XM tuner While the input number is displayed, Selecting a channel from the list touch [Enter]. The list content can be switched so you can The XM channel that was entered is selected. search for the track you want to listen to not only by the channel name but also by the artist Touch name or song title.

  • Page 133: Using "my Mix" Function, Using The Direct Traffic Announcement Function

    Chapter Using the XM tuner Using “My Mix” function = Refer to Setting the memorized songs on the next page. “My Mix” function memorizes the song title p Notification may not be provided depend- and artist name of the song currently being re- ing on the status of the Navigation System.

  • Page 134: Setting The Memorized Songs, Using The "function" Menu

    Chapter Using the XM tuner Using the “Function” menu Deleting the memorized songs You can delete each one of the memorized Touch [XM] on the “AV Source” menu songs from the song title list. to display the “XM” screen. = For details concerning operations, refer to Touch [Memo].

  • Page 135

    Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE is 6 SIRIUS station name logo required. For details concerning operation, p The message “ON THE AIR” disappears refer to the owner’s manual of Pioneer SIR- if the navigation system cannot receive IUS BUS INTERFACE and SiriusConnect universal tuner.

  • Page 136: Selecting A Sirius Channel Directly, Display The Radio Id

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner a Switch the SIRIUS channel select Category Mode mode You can switch the mode between the two methods for selecting and listing the chan- nel. All Ch Mode: You can select a channel from all channels when you operate this function.

  • Page 137: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Stations, Using "my Mix" Function, Using The Direct Traffic Announcement Function

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Touch [Direct]. Memorizing the song The song title and artist name of the song you Input [000] and then touch [Enter]. are listening to can be memorized. If you select another channel, display of the Radio ID is canceled.

  • Page 138: Using The "instant Replay Function, Using The "function" Menu

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Memorizing an traffic channel [p] and hold Fast-forwards. Tune in to a traffic channel. Touching [f] switches between playback and pause. Touch and hold [TRAFFIC] for two sec- onds or more. p During “Instant Replay” mode, each touch The traffic channel will be memorized.

  • Page 139: Using The Game Alert Function, Setting The Memorized Songs

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Setting the memorized songs Touch [Delete] when the song you want to delete is displayed. Selecting the songs to alert A message will appear asking you to confirm Display the song title list memorized for the the deletion.

  • Page 140: Displaying Game Information

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Touch [Alert On]. Touch [Prev] or [Next] to view the game score information which is registered. p The game score will be updated automati- cally. p Touch [Tune To] to switch to the channel that broadcasts the displayed game. p If you have not made any team selections, “Not Set”...

  • Page 141: Using Av2, Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using AV input You can display “video image” output by AV1 Using the touch panel keys Input or AV2 Input to the screen of the navi- % Touch the screen to display the touch gation system. For details of the connection panel keys.

  • Page 142

    Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) The term “external unit” refers to future Using the touch panel keys Pioneer devices that are not currently planned % Touch [EXT1] or [EXT2] on the “AV for, or to devices that allow control of basic Source”...

  • Page 143

    Chapter Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) The external unit can be operated by trans- mitting the operating commands set to 1 key — 6 key. p Operation varies depending on the exter- nal unit connected. (In some cases, some functions may not be used until you touch and hold the key.) 7 Use F1 —...

  • Page 144: Menu, Basic Operations In The "navi Settings Menu, Gps & Time Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences The options in the “Navi Use the tool assigned to the desired op- tion to change the settings. Settings” menu Basic operations in the “Navi Settings” menu Preferences related to the navigation functions can be set. A method for changing the volume setting for the navigation guidance and beep is described here, along with an operational example.

  • Page 145: Time Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences Time Settings Use the “Time Settings” screen to set the time manually. Touch [GPS & Time Settings] on the “Navi Settings” menu. The “GPS Status” screen appears. Touch [Time Settings]. The “Time Settings” screen appears. 1 Positions of the GPS constellation being re- ceived by the navigation system Signal com- Used in posi-...

  • Page 146: Poi Settings, D Settings, Map Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences ! “Time” [High], [Medium], [Low]: Enables you to adjust the time difference by Draws the terrain (e.g. mountain chains) on one hour. Touch a or b to adjust it. the map with the selected detail level. p “Time Zone” and “Time” are activated [Off]: only when [Off] is selected.

  • Page 147: Displayed Info, Smart Zoom

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Displayed Info]. [Night]: The “Displayed Info” screen appears. Always displays the map in the color de- fined on “Night color profile:”. Touch the key on the right of “Top [Day]: field:” to display the options. Always displays the map in the color de- fined on “Daylight color profile:”.

  • Page 148: Overview Mode, Manage Track Logs, Route

    Chapter Customizing preferences Available options; Available options; ! “Zoom-in limit:” ! “Route event distance for Overview Allows you to set the limit for zoom-in beha- mode:” vior. Allows you to set a distance to activate ! “Zoom-out limit:” “Overview Mode”. The map starts zoom- Allows you to set the limit for zoom-out be- ing out when the distance to the next gui- havior.

  • Page 149: Warnings

    Chapter Customizing preferences p Turning back on a divided highway is Determines which condition takes priority for route calculation. not considered a U-turn. ! “Permit Needed” [Fast]: Calculates a route with the shortest travel [On]: time to your destination as a priority. Calculates the route without taking into ac- [Short]: count roads and areas where permission is...

  • Page 150: Regional Settings, Set Home, Demo Mode, Sound Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences Set Home The speed limit is based on the map data- base. The speed limit in the database may = For more details of the operation, refer to not match the actual speed limit of the cur- Setting your home position on page 155.

  • Page 151: About, Poi Display Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences ! “Keys” Touch [Maps]. [On]: Touching [Maps] allows you to view the infor- Sounds a beep. mation regarding the map database in detail. [Off]: After that, touching the desired item on the Does not sound a beep. list allows you to view more detailed informa- ! “Dynamic Volume”...

  • Page 152: Creating New Categories

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch the desired key to customize it. system will show a POI list which includes them. Touch [Map Visual] on the “Navi Set- tings” menu. The “Map Visual Settings” screen appears. Touch [POI Settings]. Touch the desired category. Available options;...

  • Page 153: Editing Your Customized Poi, Recording Your Travel History

    Chapter Customizing preferences Editing your customized POI Touch one of them to set the desired cate- gory. If you have already stored the customized POI, ! “POI Name:” you can edit its POI properties. Touching the key displays the screen for en- p If the custom POI is found on an external tering a new POI name.

  • Page 154

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Record] to activate the track log- Touch the desired key to operate it. ger. Available options; The key then changes to [Stop Recording]. ! [Rename]: Touching [Stop Recording] allows you to de- Touch this key to display the screen for en- activate the track logger.

  • Page 155: Setting Your Home Position, Options On The "system Settings" Menu, Displaying The "system Settings Menu

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch the key next to “Address:”. Touch the desired key to operate it. Available options; Perform one of the search methods and ! “Update interval:” locate the cursor on your desired position. Sets how often the system updates the log. ! “Current autosave track size:”...

  • Page 156: Changing The Splash Screen, Selecting The Language

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch the key next to “Voice lan- guage:”. The language list is displayed. Touch the desired language. After the language is selected, the screen re- turns to the previous screen. p [TTS Setup] is not used normally. This key will be used in the future when the system needs a replacement of current TTS files.

  • Page 157: Setting The Rear View Camera

    Insert the SD memory card into the SD CAUTION card slot or plug the USB storage device Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which into the USB connector. outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the Touch [Splash Screen] on the “System screen image may appear reversed.

  • Page 158: Setting The Illumination Color, Touch Panel (touch Panel Calibration), Adjusting The Screen Brightness

    Chapter Customizing preferences Adjusting the response Touch [OK]. positions of the touch panel (touch panel calibration) If you feel that the touch panel keys on the screen deviate from the actual positions that respond to your touch, adjust the response po- sitions of the touch panel screen.

  • Page 159: Restore Factory Settings, Checking The Version Information

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch the color you want. Current color balance p An entry cannot be stored with all of the va- lues set to “+00”. Available options; Touch [Memory 1], [Memory 2] or ! Colored keys — Selects the desired preset [Memory 3] to store the illumination color.

  • Page 160: Turning Off The Screen, The "av Sound Settings" Menu Options

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Restore/Delete] on the “System Settings” menu. Touch [Restore Factory Settings] or [De- lete user information]. p Because deleted data cannot be restored, take extra care not to mistakenly delete items. Touch [OK]. The navigation system will now restart. p You cannot make adjustments when the AV Turning off the screen source is “OFF”.

  • Page 161: Using The Equalizer

    ! The adjusted Custom1 curve is memorized Natural for each of the source selected, but one Natural is a curve in which low-pitched and high- pitched sounds are slightly boosted. curve is shared for the following sources. — CD, ROM, DVD-V, DVD-VR, DivX (for AVIC-X9115BT)

  • Page 162: Adjusting Loudness

    Chapter Customizing preferences — CD, ROM (for AVIC-X7115BT) Touch [EQ] on the “AV Sound Settings” — XM and SIRIUS menu. — AV1 and AV2 = For details, refer to Displaying the “AV — EXT1 and EXT2 Sound Settings” menu on page 160. ! The different source volume level can be Touch the one of keys to select a curve set between iPod and USB.

  • Page 163: Using Subwoofer Output, Using The High Pass Filter, Adjusting Source Levels

    Each time you touch [+] or [–], cut-off frequen- ! CD, ROM, DivX (for AVIC-X9115BT) cies are selected in the following order: 50 Hz — 63 Hz — 80 Hz — 100 Hz — 125 Hz...

  • Page 164: Enhancing Bass (bass Booster), Options On The "av System Settings Menu

    Customizing preferences p The different source volume level can be set between iPod and USB. p For AVIC-X9115BT, the source volume level can be set to DVD-V and DVD-VR respec- tively as well as differently from the other sources of the built-in DVD drive previously mentioned.

  • Page 165: Switching The Auto Antenna Setting, Changing The Wide Screen Mode, Switching The Sound Muting Attenuation

    Chapter Customizing preferences Each touch of [AV2 Input] changes the set- A 4:3 picture is enlarged in the horizontal di- ting as follows: rection only, enabling you to enjoy a 4:3 TV pic- ! Off — No video component is connected ture (normal picture) without any omissions.

  • Page 166: Setting The Rear Output, Acquiring/cataloging Ipod Music Information

    Chapter Customizing preferences ! ATT — Attenuation p Both rear speaker leads output and RCA ! Normal — Volume does not change rear output are switched simultaneously in p Operation returns to normal when the cor- this setting. (When you use the product respond action is ended.

  • Page 167

    Chapter Customizing preferences p Once you start the cataloging process, only a few basic voice commands can be used for iPod until the process has completely finished. p If unreadable characters are included in the data on your iPod, names or types may not be available as voice commands.

  • Page 168: Voice To Ensure Safe Driving, Basics Of Voice Operation, Flow Of Voice Operation

    Operating Your Navigation System with Voice To Ensure Safe Driving Basics of Voice Operation Some functions of the navigation system sup- Your Pioneer navigation system uses the latest ports voice operation. in voice recognition technology. You can use p The navigation function is not available voice commands to operate many of its func- using voice operation.

  • Page 169: Starting Voice Operation, Operating Ipod By Voice, Calling The Entry On "contacts

    If the command is recognized properly, play- back starts from the first song of “Pioneer”. press MENU button or MAP button. Calling the entry on “Contacts” A method for dialing the entry named “Nancy”...

  • Page 170: Available Basic Voice Commands, Basic Commands, Voice Operation For The Ipod

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Available Basic Voice Commands The navigation system can also recognize the words in the following list. Basic commands Voice commands and operations Back d Returns the previous screen. Cancel d Cancels the voice operation. Help d Outputs the brief operating instruction by voice.

  • Page 171: Voice Operation For Av Source (other Than Ipod)

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Show playlists d Displays the playlist together with sub-screen to continue the voice operation. d Touch the de- sired item on the list or say the desired voice commands. Show the playlist <Playlist name> d Displays the song list of the selected playlist together with sub-screen to con- tinue the voice operation.

  • Page 172: Phoning

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Voice commands related to hands-free phoning p You can make a phone call by voice dialing if the cellular phone featuring Bluetooth wireless technology is being paired with the navigation system. p For <entry’s name> shown on the follow- ing chart, say the name of the entry stored in “Contacts”.

  • Page 173: Tips For Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating Your Navigation System with Voice Tips for Voice Operation For your voice commands to be correctly re- cognized and interpreted, ensure that condi- tions are suitable for recognition. Close the vehicle windows Please note that wind through the vehicle win- dow or miscellaneous noise from outside the vehicle can interfere with voice operation.

  • Page 174: Other Functions Setting The Anti-theft Function, Setting Anti-theft Function, Setting The Password, Entering The Password

    Touch [Done]. the current password is deleted. Reenter the password to confirm the setting. Forgotten passwords Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer Ser- Touch [Done]. vice Station. Password protection is applied. p If you want to change the password cur- rently set, enter the current password and...

  • Page 175: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    Chapter Other functions Returning the navigation system to the default or factory settings You can return settings or recorded content to the default or factory settings. There are three methods to clear user data, and the situations and the cleared content are different for each method.

  • Page 176: Setting Items To Be Deleted

    — — Other settings — — Pin icon data Others — — Anti-theft password (*) This function is available for AVIC-X9115BT. Audio functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 — — [Wide Mode], [VR Catalog Mode] AV Settings — —...

  • Page 177: Other Functions

    Chapter Other functions — SD, USB All settings (*1) — — Volume setting for AV sources (*1) All settings including the setting on the “Function” menu are deleted. Phone functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 — — [Phone Volume] —...

  • Page 178: Appendix Troubleshooting

    While this list is not comprehen- sive, it should answer your most common problems. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems with the navigation screen...

  • Page 179

    Before ejecting the disc, switch the source. pears. (This information is in- the navigation system has been This problem may occur when certain con- tended for AVIC-X9115BT only.) ejected. nection methods are used. There is a problem with the “Rear Check the “Rear display”...

  • Page 180

    Appendix Appendix The setting for the rear view camera Select the appropriate setting for the rear is incorrect. view camera. Nothing is displayed and the touch panel keys cannot be Press the MAP button, and then press the The shift lever was placed in [R] used.

  • Page 181

    Appendix Appendix The operation is not compatible This operation is not possible. (For example, with the video configuration. the DVD playing does not feature that angle, The icon 9 is displayed, and op- audio system, subtitle language, etc.) eration is not possible. The picture stops (pauses) and The reading of data is impossible After touching g once, start playback once...

  • Page 182

    Appendix Appendix If the screen becomes frozen... Park your vehicle in a safe place, and turn off the engine. Turn the ignition key back to “Acc off”. Then start the engine again, and turn the power to the navigation system back on. If this does not solve the problem, press the RESET button on the navigation system.

  • Page 183: Messages And How To React To Them

    Appendix Appendix Messages and how to react to them The following messages may be displayed by your navigation system. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. There are occasions when you may see error messages other than those shown here. In such a case, follow the instructions given on the display.

  • Page 184: Messages For Audio Functions

    If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service center. The messages in “( )” will appear on the “Rear display”.

  • Page 185

    Appendix Appendix Electrical or mechanical Turn the ignition switch OFF and back ON, or switch to a different source, then back to the Reading error CD player. (ERROR-10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 30, Reading error The inserted disc does not contain Replace the disc.

  • Page 186

    Appendix Appendix • Wait on the iPod basic screen (Music) until Voice operation is restricted be- “iPod VR activation process complete.” ap- cause the navigation system is try- Voice Synching…My voice ing to acquire the information pears. system will be busy until I’m •...

  • Page 187: Positioning Technology, Positioning By Gps, Positioning By "dead Reckoning

    AVIC-X9115BT accurately measures your cur- If you use AVIC-X9115BT with connecting the rent location by combining the positioning by speed pulse, the system will become more ac- GPS and by “Dead Reckoning”.

  • Page 188: Handling Large Errors, When Positioning By Gps Is Impossible

    Appendix Appendix Map matching When positioning by GPS is As mentioned, the positioning systems used impossible by this navigation system are susceptible to ! GPS positioning is disabled if signals can- certain errors. Their calculations may, on occa- not be received from more than two GPS sion, place you in a location on the map where satellites.

  • Page 189: Conditions Likely To Cause Noticeable Positioning Errors

    Appendix Appendix Conditions likely to cause ! If you drive in zigzags. noticeable positioning errors For various reasons, such as the state of the road you are traveling on and the reception status of the GPS signal, the actual position of your vehicle may differ from the position dis- played on the map screen.

  • Page 190: Route Setting Information, Route Search Specifications

    Appendix Appendix ! If you are on a steep mountain road with ! If trees or other obstacles block the GPS many height changes. signals for a considerable period. ! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-and- ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey parking lot stop manner, as in a traffic congestion.

  • Page 191

    Appendix Appendix drive towards your destination for a while, CAUTION and try route calculation again. When a route is calculated, the route and voice ! When there is a traffic congestion ahead, a guidance for the route are automatically set. detour route may not be suggested if driv- Also, for day or time traffic regulations, only infor- ing through the traffic congestion would...

  • Page 192: Handling And Care Of Discs, Built-in Drive And Care, Ambient Conditions For Playing A Disc

    Appendix Appendix ! Do not touch the recorded surface of the Car train (start and end) discs. ! Store discs in their cases when not in use. Other information ! Avoid leaving discs in excessively hot envir- onments including under direct sunlight. ! Do not attach labels, write on or apply che- Supplemental information about micals to the surface of the discs.

  • Page 193: Playable Discs, Dvd-video And Cd, Avchd Recorded Discs, Playing Dualdisc, Dolby Digital, Dts Sound

    DVD-Video ! Please refer to the manufacturer for more detailed information about DualDiscs. Dolby Digital AVIC-X9115BT will down-mix Dolby Digital sig- nals internally and the sound will be output by the stereo. p Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

  • Page 194: Detailed Information For Playable Media, Compatibility

    Appendix Appendix Detailed information for playable media Compatibility Common notes about disc compatibility ! Certain functions of this product may not CD-R/CD-RW discs be available for some discs. ! Unfinalized discs cannot be played back. ! Compatibility with all discs is not guaran- ! It may not be possible to play back CD-R/ teed.

  • Page 195

    Appendix Appendix SD memory card and SDHC memory card ! There may be a slight delay when starting playback of files on an external storage de- ! For more details about SD memory card vice (USB, SD) with complex folder hierar- compatibility with this navigation system, chies.

  • Page 196

    Appendix Appendix ! Subtitle files that are named with the same character string as the DivX file before the extension are associated with the DivX file. The character strings before the extension must be exactly the same. However, if there is only one DivX file and one subtitle file in a single folder, the files are associated even if the file names are not the same.

  • Page 197: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General DVD-R/-RW/- CD-R/-RW CD-R/-RW USB storage SD memory R DL Media AVIC- AVIC- device card AVIC- X7115BT X9115BT (All models) (All models) X9115BT ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 2, File system ISO9660 level 2, FAT16/FAT32 Romeo, Joliet Romeo and Joliet...

  • Page 198

    (LPCM), MS Linear PCM (LPCM), IMA-ADPCM ADPCM LPCM: 16 kHz to 48 kHz LPCM: 16 kHz to 48 kHz AVIC-X9115BT cannot play WAV Sampling frequency MS ADPCM: IMA-ADPCM: 22.05 kHz and files on the built-in DVD drive. 22.05 kHz and 44.1 kHz...

  • Page 199: Divx Compatibility

    Appendix Appendix AAC compatibility DVD-R/-RW/- CD-R/-RW CD-R/-RW USB storage SD memory R DL Media AVIC- AVIC- device card AVIC- X7115BT X9115BT (All models) (All models) X9115BT File extension .m4a Bit rate 16 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR) 11 kHz to Sampling frequency 8 kHz to 44.1 kHz...

  • Page 200

    Appendix Appendix AVI compatibility DVD-R/-RW/- CD-R/-RW CD-R/-RW USB storage SD memory R DL Media AVIC- AVIC- device card AVIC- X7115BT X9115BT (All models) (All models) X9115BT File extension .avi Compatible video MPEG-4 codec Compatible audio ADPCM AVI files cannot be played on the built-in drive. codec Image size: VGA (640 pixels x 480 Recommended...

  • Page 201: Bluetooth, About The Sat Radio Ready Logo

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 The SAT RADIO READY logo indicates that the Satellite Radio Tuner for Pioneer (i. e., XM Notes tuner and Sirius satellite tuner which are sold ! This product assigns folder numbers. The user separately) can be controlled by this naviga- cannot assign folder numbers.

  • Page 202: Hd Radio Technology, Sd And Sdhc Logo, Divx, Detailed Information Regarding Connectable Ipods

    Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. CAUTION ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost from an iPod, even if that data is lost while using the navigation system.

  • Page 203: Ipod, Itunes, Using The Lcd Screen Correctly, Handling The Lcd Screen

    Appendix Appendix ! Do not leave the iPod in direct sunlight for ex- this navigation system, avoid exposing it to tended amounts of time. Extended exposure direct sunlight as much as possible. to direct sunlight can result in iPod malfunc- ! The LCD screen should be used within the temperature ranges shown in “Specifica- tion due to the resulting high temperature.

  • Page 204: Led (light-emitting Diode Backlight

    ! If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorized PIONEER Service Station.

  • Page 205: Display Information, Destination Menu, Phone Menu

    Appendix Appendix Display information Destination Menu Phone Menu Page Page [Address] [Dial Pad] [Call Home] [POI] [Around Current GPS Location] [GOOG-411] [Around Destination] [Phone Volume] [Around Cursor] [Received Calls] [Along Route] [Dialed Numbers] [Around entered address] [Missed Calls] [Saved Criteria] [Phone Book Transfer] [Register Search Criteria] [Phone Settings]...

  • Page 206: Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix Settings Menu Navi Settings [Sound settings] Page [About] [GPS & Time Settings] [Time Settings] [Map Visual] [POI Settings] [3D Settings] [Map Settings] [Displayed Info] [Smart Zoom] [Overview Mode] [Manage Track Logs] [Route] [Method:] [U-turn penalty:] [Unpaved Roads] [Highways] [Ferries] [U-turns] [Permit Needed]...

  • Page 207: System Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix System Settings menu AV System Settings menu Page Page [Language] [AV1 Input] [Splash Screen] [AV2 Input] [Back Camera] [Ant CTRL] [Screen Calibration] [Wide Mode] [Picture Adjustment] [MUTE Input/GUIDE] [Illumi Color] [Rear SP] [Service Information] [VR Catalog Mode] [Restore/Delete] [Restore Factory Settings] [Delete user information] [Screen Off]...

  • Page 208: Shortcut Menu

    Appendix Appendix AV Sound Settings menu Shortcut menu Map Confirmation Screen Page [FAD/BAL] ([Balance]) Page [EQ] [Map] [Loudness] [Save as...] [Sub Woofer] [Add Pin] [HPF] [Add POI] [SLA] [Add Favorite] [Bass Booster] [Route...] [Go Here Now] [Add Via] [Continue] [Starting Point] [Info] [Call]...

  • Page 209: Dvd Setup

    Appendix Appendix DVD Setup Page [Language] [Assist Subtitle] [Multi Angle] [TV Aspect] [Parental] [DivX VOD] [Auto Play] [Subtitle File]...

  • Page 210: Glossary

    Appendix Appendix Glossary DivX DivX is a popular media technology created by DivX, Inc. DivX media files contain highly com- AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and pressed video with high visual quality that refers to an audio compression technology maintains a relatively small file size.

  • Page 211

    Appendix Appendix ID3 tag File names can have up to 128 characters. This is a method of embedding track-related JPEG information in an MP3 file. This embedded in- This stands for Joint Photographic Experts formation can include the track title, the ar- Group, and is an international still image com- tist’s name, the album title, the music genre, pression standard.

  • Page 212

    Appendix Appendix Packet write tains three separate videos, they are divided This is a general term for a method of writing into title 1, title 2 and title 3. This lets you enjoy individual files to a CD-R, etc. whenever re- the convenience of title search and other func- quired, just as is done with files on floppy or tions.

  • Page 213: Specifications

    3/8 in.) when boosted) Weight: Gain ......±12 dB AVIC-X9115BT ....2.2 kg (4.9 lbs) AVIC-X7115BT ....2.1 kg (4.7 lbs) Frequency ....200 Hz/500 Hz/1 kHz/2 kHz NAND flash memory ..... 2 GB Q Factor ....0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB...

  • Page 214

    Appendix Appendix Region number ......1 Max memory capacity ... 8 GB Signal format: File system ........FAT16, FAT32 Sampling frequency ..44.1 kHz/48 kHz/96 kHz Decoding format ...... MP3/WMA/AAC/WAVE/ Number of quantization bits MPEG4 ........... 16 bit/20 bit/24 bit; linear Bluetooth Frequency response ....

  • Page 215

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  • stacy brown Apr 18, 2017 12:56:
    I just purchased a 2010 buick enclave and it has a pioneer avic-x9115​bt in it i can't get some of the functions to come on they are dim how do i turn them on the only thing thats on is am/fm radio