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Operation Manual
NAVIGATION AV SYSTEM
AVIC-F30BT
AVIC-F930BT
AVIC-F9310BT
Be sure to read Important Information for the User
first!
Important Information for the User includes the
important information that you must understand before
using this navigation system.
English

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  • Page 1 Operation Manual NAVIGATION AV SYSTEM AVIC-F30BT AVIC-F930BT AVIC-F9310BT Be sure to read Important Information for the User first! Important Information for the User includes the important information that you must understand before using this navigation system. English...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    – Enlarged map of the intersection 26 Inserting and ejecting a disc 15 – Display during motorway driving 27 – Inserting a disc (for AVIC-F30BT) 15 Types of the road stored in the map – Ejecting a disc (for AVIC-F30BT) 16 database 27 –...
  • Page 3 Contents Switching the view mode 30 – Items that users can operate 43 Checking the current itinerary 44 Eco-friendly driving functions Editing waypoints 45 Checking the eco-friendly driving status 32 – Adding a waypoint 45 Displaying Eco Drive Level guidance 33 –...
  • Page 4 Contents – Checking traffic information – Stopping Bluetooth wave manually 53 transmission 66 Selecting traffic information to display 54 – Echo cancelling and noise Selecting preferred RDS-TMC service reduction 66 provider manually 54 – Answering a call automatically 66 – Setting the automatic rejection Registering and connecting a Bluetooth function 67 device...
  • Page 5 Contents – Using news programme – Operating the DVD menu 95 interruption 77 – Using DVD menu by touch panel – Interruption icon status 77 keys 95 – PTY list 79 – Frame-by-frame playback 96 – Slow motion playback 96 Using the radio (AM) Operating by hardware buttons 96 Starting procedure 80...
  • Page 6 Contents Reading the screen 110 Checking sensor learning status and driving Using the touch panel keys (Video) 111 status 127 – Searching for a specific scene and – Clearing status 127 starting playback from a specified Using the fuel consumption function 128 time 112 –...
  • Page 7 Contents Changing the setting of navigation Displaying the screen for AV sound interruption screen 138 settings 151 Selecting the “Quick Access” menu 138 – Using balance adjustment 152 Displaying the screen for system – Using the equaliser 152 settings 139 –...
  • Page 8 Contents – Entering the password 167 WMA/WMV 194 – Deleting the password 167 DivX 194 – Forgotten password 167 AAC 194 Returning the navigation system to the Detailed information regarding connected default or factory settings 168 iPod devices 194 – Restoring the default setting 168 –...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    The screen examples shown in this manual mat: are the ones for AVIC-F30BT. If you use a differ- e.g.) ent model, the screens that appear may differ p If the home location has not been stored from the examples in the manual.
  • Page 10: Notice Regarding Video Viewing

    Corporation. Reverse engineering and disas- p When you use this navigation system with sembly are prohibited. a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- IU51V) (sold separately), you can control an iPod compatible with this navigation sys- Notice regarding MP3 file tem.
  • Page 11: Map Coverage

    Chapter Introduction Map coverage For details about the map coverage of this na- vigation system, refer to the information on our website. Protecting the LCD panel and screen p Do not allow direct sunlight to fall on the LCD screen when this product is not being used.
  • Page 12: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic operation Checking part names and functions This chapter gives information about the names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. AVIC-F30BT (with the LCD panel closed) AVIC-F30BT (with the LCD panel open) Engb...
  • Page 13: Avic-F30Bt

    Chapter Basic operation AVIC-F930BT AVIC-F9310BT button ! Press and hold the button to switch AVIC-F30BT the AV source to mute. ! Press the button to activate voice op- To cancel the muting, press and hold it erations. again. = For details, refer to Chapter 28.
  • Page 14: Protecting Your Product From Theft

    Chapter Basic operation 9 SD card slot AVIC-F9310BT ! Press the button to hear the route = For details, refer to Inserting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 17. guidance. ! Press and hold the button to switch a Multi-control (Volume knob/ /MUTE) the AV source to mute.
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Lcd Panel Angle

    Basic operation Removing the front panel Adjusting the LCD panel angle p The navigation system cannot be operated p This function is available for AVIC-F30BT while the front panel is removed from the only. navigation system. Press and hold the Detach button, and WARNING slide it down.
  • Page 16: Ejecting A Disc (For Avic-F30Bt)

    Chapter Basic operation Ejecting a disc (for AVIC-F30BT) CAUTION Press the h button. ! Do not open or close the LCD panel by force. The “Monitor Setup” screen appears. This may cause malfunction. ! Do not operate this navigation system until Touch [Disc Eject].
  • Page 17: Inserting And 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 18: Inserting An Sd Memory Card (For Avic-F930Bt And Avic-F9310Bt)

    POI data, is stored on the SD mem- ory card, the navigation system restarts. p This description is for AVIC-F30BT. If data related to map data, such as custo- mised POI data, is stored on the SD memory...
  • Page 19: Ejecting An Sd Memory Card (For Avic-F930Bt And Avic-F9310Bt)

    Chapter Basic operation Ejecting an SD memory card (for If data related to map data, such as custo- mised POI data, is stored on the SD memory AVIC-F930BT and AVIC-F9310BT) card, operating procedures are slightly differ- Press the h button. ent.
  • Page 20: Plugging In A Usb Storage Device

    Pioneer accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses Connecting your iPod arising from data loss or corruption.
  • Page 21: Startup And Termination

    Chapter Basic operation Read the disclaimer carefully, checking Startup and termination its details, and then touch [OK] if you Start the engine to boot up the system. agree to the conditions. After a short pause, the splash screen comes on for a few seconds. p To protect the LCD screen from damage, be sure to touch the touch panel keys with your finger only and gently touch the...
  • Page 22: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screens

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Screen switching overview Engb...
  • Page 23: What You Can Do On Each Menu

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens What you can do on each Shortcut Menu menu Registering your favourite menu items in shortcuts allows you to quickly jump to the re- 1 Top Menu gistered menu screen by a simple touch on Press the HOME button to display the “Top the Shortcut Menu screen.
  • Page 24: Removing A Shortcut

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Move the icon to the left side of the If all of the characters cannot be displayed screen, and then release it. within the displayed area, touching the key to The selected item is added to shortcut. the right of the item allows you to see remain- ing characters.
  • Page 25: How To Use The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navigation system can be seen on the map. You need to be- come familiar with how information appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen.
  • Page 26: Enlarged Map Of The Intersection

    Chapter How to use the map 8 Street name (or city name) that your vehi- driving speed. The estimated time of ar- cle is travelling along rival is only a reference value, and does = For details, refer to Setting the current not guarantee arrival at that time.
  • Page 27: Display During Motorway Driving

    Routable roads (the route displayed and high- lighted in violet) have only basic data and can only be used to plot a navigable route. Pioneer Navigation will only display a navigable route on the map (only the arrival guidance for the destination or a waypoint is available).
  • Page 28: Switching The Map Orientation

    Chapter How to use the map Touch to change the map Scrolling the map to the scale. position you want to see p If you do not operate the function for a few Display the map screen. seconds, the touch panel keys for map dis- play control disappear.
  • Page 29: Using Shortcut Menus On The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Touch You can customise “Quick Access” displayed on screen. The “Quick Access” described here are prepared as the default setting. = For details, refer to Selecting the “Quick Ac- cess” menu on page 138. p Items marked with an asterisk (*) cannot be removed from the “Quick Access”...
  • Page 30: Switching The View Mode

    Chapter How to use the map Displays the “Volume Settings” screen. ! Street View: Information on the next four guidance = For details, refer to Setting the Volume for Guidance and Phone on page 142. points closest to the current location ap- : Contacts pear in order from top to bottom on the left Displays the “Contacts List”...
  • Page 31 Chapter How to use the map = For details, refer to Checking the eco- friendly driving status on the next page. Engb...
  • Page 32: Eco-Friendly Driving Functions

    Chapter Eco-friendly driving functions This navigation system is equipped with eco- friendly driving functions that can be used to estimate whether you are driving in an envir- onmentally friendly way. This chapter describes these functions. ! The fuel mileage calculated is based on a theoretical value determined from vehicle 1 Eco Score speed and position information from the...
  • Page 33: Displaying Eco Drive Level Guidance

    Chapter Eco-friendly driving functions p This is not displayed when “Eco Drive A comparison of the past average fuel Level” is set to “Off”. mileage and the average fuel mileage = For details of the operation, refer to Chan- for 90 seconds in the past, while the ve- hicle is driving on a motorway.
  • Page 34: Searching For And Selecting A Location

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location The basic flow of creating CAUTION your route For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. 1 Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply To enable these functions, you must stop in a the handbrake.
  • Page 35: Searching For A Location By Address

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the key next to “Zone” to display Searching for a location by the country list. address The most frequently used function is “Ad- dress”, in which the address is specified and the destination is searched. You can select the method of searching for a location by address.
  • Page 36: Searching For A City Name First

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the city name and then touch Display the “Destination Menu” screen. [OK]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22. Touch [Address]. The “Address Search” screen appears. Touch [City].
  • Page 37: Finding Your Destination By Specifying The Postcode

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the house number and then Input the postcode. touch [OK]. A list of cities with the specified postcode is The “House Number Selection” screen ap- shown (except for the following cases). pears. British postcode: The searched location appears on the map Touch the desired house number range.
  • Page 38: Setting Up A Route To Your Home

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the desired category. Setting up a route to your home Preset categories If your home location is stored, the route to your home can be calculated by touching a single key. Display the “Destination Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 39: Searching For A Nearby Poi

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the POI you want. Country key The searched location appears on the map screen. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Set- ting a route to your destination on page 42. Searching for POIs around the destination p This function is available when the route is p Once the country has been selected, you...
  • Page 40: Selecting Destination From "Favourites

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the city name and then touch Display the “Destination Menu” screen. [OK]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen The “Select City” screen appears. switching overview on page 22. # If you change the country to search, touch the Touch [Favourites].
  • Page 41: Selecting A Location You Searched For Recently

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the item you want. Searching for a location by coordinates Touch the POI you want. The searched location appears on the map Entering a latitude and longitude pinpoints screen. the location. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Set- Display the “Destination Menu”...
  • Page 42: After The Location Is Decided

    Chapter After the location is decided 2 Distance to the destination Setting a route to your 3 Estimated fuel cost to your destination destination = For details, refer to Inputting the fuel Search for a location. consumption information for calculating the fuel cost on page 128.
  • Page 43: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Display the “Route Overview” screen. Displaying the route overview = For details, refer to Displaying the route Press the HOME button to display the overview on this page. “Top Menu” screen. Touch [Options]. Touch [Destination].
  • Page 44: Checking The Current Itinerary

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Calculates a route that may include toll roads CAUTION (including toll areas). If the time difference is not set correctly, the navi- gation system cannot consider traffic regulations Calculates a route that avoids toll roads (in- correctly.
  • Page 45: Editing Waypoints

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch [OK]. Editing waypoints You can edit waypoints (locations you want to visit on the way to your destination) and recal- culate the route so that it passes through these locations. Adding a waypoint Up to 5 waypoints can be set, and waypoints and final destination can be sorted automati- Touch [OK] on the “Waypoints List”...
  • Page 46: Sorting Waypoints

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Display the “Destination Menu” screen. Sorting waypoints = For details of the operations, refer to Screen You can sort waypoints and recalculate the switching overview on page 22. route. p You cannot sort waypoints that you have al- Touch [Cancel Route].
  • Page 47: Registering And Editing Locations

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch and drag the screen to scroll the Storing favourite locations map to the position that you want to regis- Storing your favourite locations as “Favour- ter. ites” provides you with the opportunity to save the time and effort of re-entering this informa- tion.
  • Page 48: Editing Your Home

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch the item that you want to You can enter the desired name. change the setting. p Up to 17 characters can be input for the name. 2 Phone# You can edit the registered phone number. To dial the number, touch [Call].
  • Page 49: Deleting A Favourite Location From The List

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Deleting a favourite location Exporting and importing from the list favourite locations Display the “Destination Menu” screen. Exporting favourite locations = For details of the operations, refer to Screen You can export the “Favourites” data to an SD switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 50: Deleting The Destination History From The List

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Insert an SD memory card into the SD Select the location you want to delete. card slot. = For details of the operation, refer to Insert- ing and ejecting an SD memory card on page 17. Display the “Destination Menu”...
  • Page 51: Using Traffic Information

    Chapter Using traffic information Touch [Traffic]. You can check real-time traffic information The “Traffic Menu” screen appears. transmitted by the Traffic Message Channel (TMC) of the FM Radio Data System (RDS) on Touch [Traffic List]. the screen. Such traffic information is updated The “Traffic List”...
  • Page 52: Checking Traffic Information On The Route

    Chapter Using traffic information The list will be sorted in the order of closed/ Traffic event icon blocked roads, traffic jam, accidents, road works and others. Current order is indicated on the upper right of the screen. # If you touch [Refresh] while new traffic infor- mation is received, current information is chan- ged and old information is removed.
  • Page 53: Checking For Traffic Jams Automatically

    Chapter Using traffic information Set [Show Traffic Incident] to “View”. Checking for traffic jams = For details, refer to Displaying the traffic no- automatically tification icon on page 134. If there is information about traffic jams on Display the map screen. your current route and if an alternative route The icon appears when the system acquires can be found, the navigation system will re-...
  • Page 54: Selecting Traffic Information To Display

    Chapter Using traffic information Selecting traffic Selecting preferred RDS-TMC information to display service provider manually There are different types of traffic information A default preferred TMC service provider for that can be received via the RDS-TMC service, each country has been set. The navigation sys- and you can select which types will be incor- tem tunes to the radio station with good recep- porated and displayed on your navigation sys-...
  • Page 55: Registering And Connecting A Bluetooth

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ® ! Searching for nearby Bluetooth devices If your devices feature Bluetooth technology, ! Pairing from your Bluetooth devices this navigation system can be connected to your devices wirelessly. This section describes ! Searching for a specified Bluetooth device how to set up a Bluetooth connection.
  • Page 56: Pairing From Your Bluetooth Devices

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Pairing from your Bluetooth devices You can register the Bluetooth device by set- ting the navigation system to standby mode and requesting connection from the Bluetooth device. Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your devices. p If you cannot find the Bluetooth device that For some Bluetooth devices, no specific-action you want to connect, check that the device...
  • Page 57: Searching For A Specified Bluetooth Device

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Wait until your Bluetooth device ap- Searching for a specified pears in the list. Bluetooth device If you cannot connect your Bluetooth device using the nearby device search and if your Bluetooth device is found in the list, try the fol- lowing method.
  • Page 58: Deleting A Registered Device

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device # If you touch [Search Again], the system starts Touch the Bluetooth device name that you want to delete. searching for Bluetooth devices waiting for con- nection, and displays them in the list format when any devices are detected.
  • Page 59: Setting For Priority Connecting

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the name of the device that you want to connect. Appears when the device is registered so that it will be preferentially paired with both the hands-free and Bluetooth audio con- nection. Appears when the device is registered so that it can be preferentially paired with the hands-free connection.
  • Page 60: Using Hands-Free Phoning

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Making a phone call CAUTION You can make a phone call in many different For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as ways. much as possible while driving. If your mobile phone features Bluetooth tech- nology, this navigation system can be con- Direct dialling nected to your mobile phone wirelessly.
  • Page 61: Making A Call Home Easily

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch alphabet tabs. Making a call home easily You can call home without taking the time to enter the phone number if the phone number has been registered. Display the “Phone Menu” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the phone menu on the previous page.
  • Page 62: Dialling From The History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Enter the desired name and then touch Dialling starts. [OK]. p To cancel the call after the system starts dialling, touch # If you touch [Detail], the “Detailed Informa- tion” screen appears. The “Contacts Name Search Results” screen appears.
  • Page 63: Dialling From The Map

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [POI]. Receiving a phone call The “POI Search” screen appears. You can perform hands-free answering by Search for the POI. using the navigation system. The “POI List” screen appears. = For details of the operation, refer to Search- Answering an incoming call ing for Points of Interest (POI) on page 38.
  • Page 64: Transferring The Phone Book

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch to end the call. p A maximum of 1 000 entries can be trans- ferred per mobile phone. If the entries ex- ceed 1 000, the extra entries will not be transferred. If more than one number is re- gistered for one person, such as work place and home, each number may be counted separately.
  • Page 65: Deleting Registered Contacts

    Editing the device name You can change the device name to be dis- played on your mobile phone. (Default is “PIONEER NAVI”.) Display the “Settings Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 66: Stopping Bluetooth Wave Transmission

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch to delete the current pass- Activates echo cancelling and noise reduc- word, and enter the new password by tion. using the keyboard. ! Off: Deactivates echo cancelling and noise re- Touch [OK]. duction. The password is changed. Answering a call automatically Stopping Bluetooth wave The navigation system automatically answers...
  • Page 67: Setting The Automatic Rejection Function

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the desired option. Setting the automatic rejection function If this function is on, the navigation system automatically rejects all incoming calls. Display the “Settings Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 68: Notes For Hands-Free Phoning

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Display the “Settings Menu” screen. ! With some mobile phones, the ring sound may not be output from the speakers. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen ! If private mode is selected on the mobile switching overview on page 22.
  • Page 69 Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! You cannot make a call to the entry of an unknown user (no phone number) in the re- ceived call history. ! If calls are made by operating your mobile phone, no history data will be recorded in the navigation system.
  • Page 70: Basic Operations Of The Av Source

    The currently selected source icon is high- This chapter describes the basic operations of the AV source. lighted. You can play or use the following sources with your Pioneer navigation system. Operating list screens (e.g. ! TUNER (FM, MW/LW) ! CD iPod list screen)
  • Page 71: Selecting An Item

    Chapter Basic operations of the AV source Selecting an item Scroll the list by dragging items up or down to display the item you want to se- lect. p Flicking a list item enables you to quickly scroll through the list. To stop scrolling, gently touch the list.
  • Page 72: Using The Radio (Fm)

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Shows that the frequency selected is being You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations broadcast in stereo. 6 TEXT indicator for radio (FM). Shows when radio text is received. 7 NEWS indicator The functions related to RDS (Radio Data Sys- Shows the status of news programmes.
  • Page 73: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Using the touch panel keys 1 Performs manual tuning 3 Searches for an RDS station by PTY infor- To tune manually, touch [o] or [p] briefly. mation = For details, refer to Searching for an RDS The frequencies move up or down one step at station by PTY information on page 76.
  • Page 74: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Storing and recalling broadcast replacing text from the least recent recep- tion with new text when it is received. frequencies p When no radio text is received, “No Text” is With a tap of any of the preset tuning keys displayed.
  • Page 75: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) p If the radio text data is already stored under Storing the strongest broadcast all keys, the new text will overwrite the exist- frequencies ing one. BSM (best stations memory) lets you automa- tically store the six strongest broadcast fre- quencies under the preset tuning keys “P1”...
  • Page 76: Limiting Stations To Regional Programming

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Limiting stations to regional p If no station is broadcasting the type of pro- gramme you searched for, “Not Found” is programming displayed for about two seconds and then When AF is used to automatically retune fre- the tuner returns to the original station.
  • Page 77: Tuning Into Alternative Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Tuning into alternative frequencies Using news programme interruption If you are listening to a broadcast and the re- ception becomes weak or there are other pro- When a news programme is broadcast from a blems, the navigation system will PTY code news station, the navigation system automatically search for a different station in can switch from any station to the news broad-...
  • Page 78 Chapter Using the radio (FM) NEWS indicator Indicator Meaning Information interruption is acti- vated, but you will not receive data since there is none. Information interruption is acti- vated, and currently receiving data. Information interruption is deacti- (No display) vated. Engb...
  • Page 79: Pty List

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) PTY list General Specific Type of programme NEWS&INF News News Affairs Current affairs Info General information and advice Sport Sports Weather Weather reports/meteorological information Finance Stock market reports, commerce, trading, etc. Popular Pop Mus Popular music Rock Mus Contemporary modern music Easy Mus...
  • Page 80: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) You can listen to the radio using this naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio (MW/LW). Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 70. Tap [AM] on the left edge of the screen to display the “AM”...
  • Page 81: Using The Radio (Am)

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) Using the touch panel keys 1 Performs manual tuning = For details, refer to Using the equaliser To tune manually, touch [o] or [p] briefly. on page 152. 4 Displays the “Function” menu The frequencies move up or down one step at = For details, refer to Using advanced func- a time.
  • Page 82: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (AM) Display the preset channel list. = For details, refer to Switches between the AV operation screen and the preset list display on the previous page. Keep touching a preset tuning key [P1] to [P6]. Preset list display 1 Stores the strongest broadcast frequen- cies 2 Tunes in strong signals...
  • Page 83 Chapter Using the radio (AM) Touch on the “AM” screen. The “Function” menu appears. Touch [Local]. Touch [On] to turn local seek tuning on. # If you touch [Off], local seek tuning is turned off. Touch [cPrev] or [Nextd] to set the sen- sitivity.
  • Page 84: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Scanning tracks of a CD You can play a normal music CD using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This Indicator Meaning section describes how. Cancels the scan play. Plays the beginning of each track in the current repeat play Starting procedure range for about 10 seconds.
  • Page 85: Playing Audio Cds

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Using the touch panel keys 1 Scans tracks of a CD 6 Displays the “Function” menu = For details, refer to Using advanced func- Scan play is performed by touching only one tions on the next page. key.
  • Page 86: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing audio CDs Operating by hardware p If you turn the scan play on when the re- peat play range is set to “Track”, the re- buttons peat play range changes to “Disc” Pressing the TRK button automatically. 4 Uses “Sound Retriever” function You can skip tracks forward or backward.
  • Page 87: Playing Music Files On Rom

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Scanning folders and files You can play a disc that contains compressed audio files using the built-in drive of the navi- Indicator Meaning gation system. This section describes these Cancels the scan play. operations. p In the following description, the MP3, Plays the first audio files of each folder for about 10 seconds...
  • Page 88 Chapter Playing music files on ROM p “- - - - - - -” is displayed if there is no corre- sponding information. 4 Current time 5 File information ! File number indicator ! File name indicator ! File type indicator Shows the type of audio files.
  • Page 89: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Using the touch panel keys 1 Scans folders and files 5 Recalls equaliser curves = For details, refer to Using the equaliser Scan play is performed by touching only one key. on page 152. = For details of the operation, refer to 6 Displays the “Function”...
  • Page 90: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM ! Folder: Repeats the current folder. = For details, refer to Operating list screens (e.g. iPod list screen) on page 70. p If you select another folder during repeat play, the repeat play range changes to Touching displays the content of the upper folder (parent folder).
  • Page 91 Chapter Playing music files on ROM Each touch of [Sound Retriever] changes the setting as follows: ! MODE 1: Activates “Sound Retriever” function. ! MODE 2: Activates “Sound Retriever” function. ! Off: Deactivates “Sound Retriever” function. p “MODE 2” has a stronger effect than “MODE 1”...
  • Page 92: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video 4 Audio channel indicator You can play a DVD-Video using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Shows the current audio channel type, such scribes operations for playing a DVD-Video. as “Mch” (Multi-channel). 5 Subtitle number indicator Shows the subtitle number currently selected.
  • Page 93: Playing A Dvd-Video

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Using the touch panel keys Playback screen (page 1) Playback screen (page 2) Playback screen (page 3) p With some discs, the icon 9 may be dis- 4 Switches to the next page of touch panel played, meaning that the operation is inva- keys lid.
  • Page 94: Resuming Playback (Bookmark)

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video 8 Skips forward or backward Each touch of [Audio] switches between Touching [p] skips to the start of the next audio tracks recorded in the disc. p DTS audio format cannot be output, so chapter. Touching [o] once skips to the start of the current chapter.
  • Page 95: Searching For A Specific Scene And Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Touch [0] to [9] to input the desired Searching for a specific scene number. and starting playback from a specified time While the input number is displayed, touch [Enter]. You can search for the scene you want by spe- cifying a title or a chapter, and the time.
  • Page 96: Frame-By-Frame Playback

    Chapter Playing a DVD-Video p If the touch panel keys for DVD menu selec- p Reversed slow motion playback is not possi- tion disappear, touching anywhere on the ble. screen, then touch . The touch panel keys are displayed again. Operating by hardware Touch [Enter].
  • Page 97 Chapter Playing a DVD-Video Each touch of [L/R Select] changes the set- tings as follows: ! L+R: Left and right ! L: Left ! R: Right ! Mix: Mixing left and right p This function is not available when disc playback has been stopped.
  • Page 98: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing a DivX video 4 Audio channel indicator You can play a DivX disc using the built-in drive of the navigation system. This section de- Shows the current audio channel type, such scribes those operations. as “Mch” (Multi-channel). 5 Subtitle number indicator Shows the subtitle number currently selected.
  • Page 99: Playing A Divx Video

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Using the touch panel keys Playback screen (page 1) Playback screen (page 2) p With some discs, the icon 9 may be dis- = For details, refer to Using the equaliser played, meaning that the operation is inva- on page 152.
  • Page 100: Frame-By-Frame Playback

    Chapter Playing a DivX video If you keep touching [m] or [n] for five p If you want to display the touch panel keys and information of the current seconds, fast reverse/fast forward continues video again, touch anywhere on the LCD even if you release either of these keys.
  • Page 101: Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing a DivX video Starting playback from a specified time You can search for a desired scene by specify- ing the time. p Time search are not possible when disc playback has been stopped. Touch [Search]. Touch the keys to input the target num- 1 Changes the repeat range ber or time and then touch [Enter].
  • Page 102: Dvd-Video Or Divx Setup

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup Touch [Subtitle Language], [Audio Lan- This chapter describes how to configure the guage] or [Menu Language]. DVD-Video/DivX player. Each language menu is displayed and the cur- rently set language is selected. Displaying DVD/DivX® Setup Touch the desired language. menu When you select “Others”, a language code input display is shown.
  • Page 103: Setting The Aspect Ratio

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup Setting the aspect ratio played. In this case, playback will begin when the correct code number is input. There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) Setting the code number and level of 16:9, while a regular display has a TV aspect of 4:3.
  • Page 104: Setting The Auto Play

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup p If you forget the registered code number, p Up to 42 characters can be displayed on one line. If more than 42 characters are set, touch 10 times on the number input the line breaks and the characters are dis- screen.
  • Page 105: Language Code Chart For Dvds

    Chapter DVD-Video or DivX setup Language code chart for DVDs Two-letter Two-letter Two-letter code, input Language code, input Language code, input Language code code code aa, 0101 Afar ia, 0901 Interlingua rn, 1814 Rundi ab, 0102 Abkhazian ie, 0905 Interlingue ro, 1815 Romanian af, 0106...
  • Page 106: Playing Music Files (From Usb Or Sd)

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Reading the screen You can play the compressed audio files stored in the external storage device (USB, SD). p In the following description, the SD mem- ory card and USB memory device are col- lectively referred to as the “external storage device (USB, SD)”.
  • Page 107 Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Repeats all compressed audio files in the selected external sto- rage device (USB, SD). Repeats just the current file. Repeats the current folder. 3 Current file information : Folder name Shows the folder name currently play- ing.
  • Page 108: Using The Touch Panel Keys (Music)

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys (Music) 1 Scans folders and files 6 Displays the “Function” menu = For details, refer to Using advanced func- Scan play is performed by touching only one tions on the next page.
  • Page 109: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing music files (from USB or SD) 9 Switches the operation screen Random play lets you playback files in ran- Tapping this key switches between the screen dom order within the current repeat range. to operate music files and the screen to oper- Each touch of [Random] turns it on or off.
  • Page 110: Playing Video Files (From Usb Or Sd)

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) Reading the screen You can play the video files stored in the exter- nal storage device (USB, SD). 1 2 3 p In the following description, the SD mem- ory card and USB memory device are col- lectively referred to as the “external storage device (USB, SD)”.
  • Page 111: Using The Touch Panel Keys (Video)

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) Using the touch panel keys (Video) 1 Switches the operation screen Touching [p] skips to the start of the next Tapping this key switches between the screen file. Touching [o] once skips to the start of to operate music files and the screen to oper- the current file.
  • Page 112: Searching For A Specific Scene And Starting Playback From A Specified Time

    Chapter Playing video files (from USB or SD) 9 Stops playback Using advanced functions Tap [USB] or [SD] on the left edge of Searching for a specific scene the screen to display the “USB” or “SD” screen. and starting playback from a = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- specified time playing the AV operation screen on page 70.
  • Page 113: Using An Ipod (Ipod)

    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-IU51V) (sold separately) is required for connection. Starting procedure Display the AV operation screen.
  • Page 114 Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Shows the title of the current song. p If characters recorded on the iPod are not When a podcast is played, the episode compatible with this navigation system, is displayed (when available). they may turn into garbled characters. : Chapter number Shows the current chapter number and total number of chapters when the file...
  • Page 115: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Using the touch panel keys Music Video 1 Sets the shuffle play for music The repeat play range can be changed by The shuffle play setting can be changed by touching only one key. = For details, refer to Sets repeat play on touching only one key.
  • Page 116 Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Touching the key displays the MusicSphere = For details of the operation, refer to Starting the video playback on the next screen, and a playlist created with the PC ap- plication (MusicSphere) can be played. page.
  • Page 117: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Tap one of the categories in that con- p If you want to display the touch panel tains the video you want to play. keys and information of the current video again, touch anywhere on the LCD screen.
  • Page 118: Operating The Functions From Your Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) On the song (episode) or video list, tap the song (episode) or video you want to play. p After you select the song (episode) or video using this function, touching displays the list previously selected. Operating the functions Scroll by dragging tabs up or down to from your iPod...
  • Page 119: Playing Musicsphere

    Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) Playing MusicSphere Using the touch panel keys You can play playlists created with the PC ap- plication (MusicSphere) using an exciting gra- phic interface. p PC application (MusicSphere) will be avail- able on our website. Starting procedure Display the music operation screen of the iPod.
  • Page 120 Chapter Using an iPod (iPod) ! All: Repeats all songs or videos in the ! Link Albums: Songs related to the cur- selected list. rently playing album will be played. ! One: Repeats just the current song or ! Link Genres: Songs related to the cur- video.
  • Page 121: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Bluetooth audio player connected to this You can control the Bluetooth audio player. p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, unit may be paused. you need to register and connect the device to this navigation system. = For details, refer to Registering your Starting procedure Bluetooth devices on page 55.
  • Page 122 Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Does not repeat. Repeats just the current file. Repeats all audio files in the Bluetooth audio player. 2 Current file information If the connected Bluetooth audio player fea- tures AVRCP 1.3, the following file information will be displayed.
  • Page 123: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Using the touch panel keys 1 Plays files in random order = For details, refer to Using the equaliser on page 152. All of the files within the repeat play range 6 Displays the “Function” menu can be played at random by touching only one = For details, refer to Using advanced func- key.
  • Page 124: Using Advanced Functions

    Chapter Using the Bluetooth audio player Using advanced functions p This menu is available only when the con- nected Bluetooth audio player features AVRCP 1.3. % Touch on the “Audio” screen. The “Function” menu appears. 1 Changes the repeat range Each touch of [Repeat] changes the setting as follows: ! All: Repeats all audio files in the...
  • Page 125: Using Av Input

    Chapter Using AV input Using AV2 You can display the video image output by the equipment connected to the navigation sys- You can display the video image output by the tem. For details of the connection method, equipment connected to video input 2. refer to Installation Manual.
  • Page 126: Customising Preferences

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [Connection Status]. Displaying the screen for The “Connection Status” screen appears. navigation settings Press the HOME button to display the “Top Menu” screen. Touch [Settings]. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. p This can also be operated using the “Short- cut Menu”...
  • Page 127: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    Chapter Customising preferences 5 Learning Status When the gear lever is shifted to “R”, the signal switches to “High” or “Low”. (One of Indicates the current driving mode. 6 Inclination these is displayed depending on the vehi- cle.) Indicates the degree of slope of the street 6 Vehicle Bus that you are currently on.
  • Page 128: Using The Fuel Consumption Function

    Chapter Customising preferences Enter the fuel consumption informa- tion. Touch [All]. Clears all leaning results. p Touch [All] for the following cases: Enter the following items: ! Surface Road Fuel Mileage: ! After changing the installation position of the navigation system Enter the fuel cost when you drive on ordin- ! After changing the installation angle of ary roads.
  • Page 129: Exporting The Data Of Fuel Cost Information

    Chapter Customising preferences ! Fuel Price Per Unit: If the entries reach the maximum number, a new entry will overwrite the oldest one. Enter the fuel unit price. When all the items are entered, the fuel con- sumption is displayed next to “Fuel cons.”. These calculations are based only on the infor- Touch [OK].
  • Page 130: Recording Your Travel History

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [Export]. p While the setting is “On”, the navigation system continues to store the track logs in the inserted SD memory card. Touch [Type]. Each time you touch the key changes the set- ting. ! Private (default): Changes the track log attribute to “Private”.
  • Page 131: Correcting The Current Location

    Chapter Customising preferences Display the “Navi Settings” screen. Scroll to the position where you want to set, then touch [OK]. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for navigation settings on page 126. Touch the arrow key on the screen to Touch [Set Home].
  • Page 132: Displaying The Screen For Map Settings

    Touch [Map Settings]. Setting the detailed city map p The detailed city map and this setting are available for AVIC-F30BT only. You can select whether to display the city map when in certain metropolitan city areas. p The city map is displayed when the map scale is 50 metres (0.05 mile) or less.
  • Page 133: Setting The Barrier Graphic For City Map

    The detailed city map and this setting are available for AVIC-F30BT only. On the city map screen, you can display a “barrier graphic” pattern where no city map data is available. This prevents a normal map...
  • Page 134: Displaying The Traffic Notification Icon

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [Bluetooth Connected]. Displaying the traffic Each time you touch the key changes the set- notification icon ting. ! View (default): Selects whether to display or hide the traffic notification icons on the map when incidents Displays the Bluetooth connection icon on occur on your route.
  • Page 135: Displaying The 3D Landmarks

    132. p The 3D landmarks and this setting are Touch [Displayed Info]. available for AVIC-F30BT only. The “Displayed Information” screen appears. p 3D landmark only appears when the view mode is “3D View” and the map scale is Touch [Show Manoeuvre].
  • Page 136: Displaying Poi On The Map

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch the main category you want. Displays Eco-Meter on the map. ! Hide: Hides Eco-Meter on the map. Displaying POI on the map Displays icons for the surrounding facilities (POI) on the map. p POI icons are not displayed when the map scale is 1 kilometre (0.75 mile) or more.
  • Page 137: Displaying The Customised Pois

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch the items you want to display. Displaying the customised POIs Creating a customised POI is possible by using the utility programme NavGate FEEDS which is available separately, on your PC. (NavGate FEEDS will be available on our web- site.) Storing the customised POI properly and inserting the SD memory card enables the sys- tem to display the icons on the map screen.
  • Page 138: Changing The Road Colour

    Chapter Customising preferences Changing the road colour Touch the item you want to display and then touch [OK] when a red check appears. You You can set the road colour to bluish or red- can select up to five items. dish.
  • Page 139: Displaying The Screen For System Settings

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch the item that you want to = For details, refer to Checking traffic infor- change the setting. mation on the route on page 52. : Traffic List Displays a list of traffic events information. = For details, refer to Checking all traffic in- formation on page 51.
  • Page 140 TTS file is available, you can replace the current TTS file with the latest one. p For AVIC-F30BT, the TTS file will be also The “Voice Language Selection (SD)” screen used on the guidance voice of voice recog- appears.
  • Page 141 Chapter Customising preferences Setting the time difference Changing the unit between km and miles Adjusts the system’s clock. Set the time differ- This setting controls the unit of distance and ence (+, –) from the time originally set in your speed displayed on your navigation system.
  • Page 142: Setting The Volume For Guidance And Phone

    You can separately set the volume of the ting is changed. route guidance and the beep sound. p This function is available for AVIC-F30BT Display the “System Settings” screen. only. Each time you touch the key changes the setting.
  • Page 143: Changing To The Splash Screen Stored In The Sd Memory Card

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [OK]. Touch [Select from SD]. The “Select Splash Screen” screen appears. The image is set as the splash screen, and the “System Settings” screen returns. Touch the image to use as the splash screen from the list. Changing to the splash screen The image is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 144: Adjusting The Response Positions Of The Touch Panel (Touch Panel Calibration)

    Display the “System Settings” screen. CAUTION Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the system settings on page 139.
  • Page 145: Checking The Version Information

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch the colour you want. Touch [+] or [–] to adjust the values for Red, Green and Blue to create a favourite colour. Available options: ! Coloured keys: Selects the desired preset Watch the illumination of hardware keys while colour ! Memory 1/Memory 2: Colours registered adjusting the colour.
  • Page 146: Selecting The Video For Rear Display

    When “iPod” is selected, the following re- striction is applied to rear display. p This function is available for AVIC-F30BT — The video image and sound are output only. only when the corresponding setting on The setting is fixed at “Mirror AV”...
  • Page 147: Displaying The Screen For Av System Settings

    Chapter Customising preferences ! Audio source You can adjust the picture for each source and — AM/FM/CD/ROM/iPod(Music)/SD rear view camera. (audio)/USB(audio)/Bluetooth Press and hold the MODE button. audio/source off screen/menu The “Picture Adjustment” screen appears. screens/others ! Video source Touch [+] or [–] to adjust the desired —...
  • Page 148: Setting Video Input 1 (Av1)

    You can switch this setting according to the Touch the item that you want to connected component. change the setting. p This setting applies to RCA inputs AVIC-F30BT (AUDIO INPUT and VIDEO INPUT) on the back of the system. Display the “AV System Settings” screen.
  • Page 149: Setting The Rear Output

    Each touch of [Mute] changes the settings as directly to a subwoofer without using an auxili- follows: ary amp. AVIC-F30BT Initially, the navigation system is set for a rear ! Guide/Tel/VR: The volume is muted or atte- full-range speaker connection (“Full”).
  • Page 150: Switching The Muting/Attenuation Level

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [Mute Level]. — When the navigation outputs the gui- Each touch of [Mute Level] changes the set- dance voice. — When you use a mobile phone via tings as follows: ! 20dB: The volume becomes 1/10. Bluetooth technology (dialling, talking, ! 10dB: The volume becomes 1/3.
  • Page 151: Displaying Your Divx Vod Registration Code

    Chapter Customising preferences p “FM Step” can be set only when the source Displaying your DivX VOD is selected to “Off”. deregistration code Display the “AV System Settings” A registration code registered with a deregis- screen. tration code can be deleted. p This feature is available when the selected = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for source is CD, ROM, DivX, or DVD-V.
  • Page 152: Using Balance Adjustment

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [AV Sound]. Touch [a] or [b] to adjust front/rear speaker balance. Each time you touch [a] or [b], the front/rear speaker balance moves towards the front or the rear. “Front: 15” to “Rear: 15” is displayed as the front/rear speaker balance moves from front to rear.
  • Page 153 Chapter Customising preferences p If Auto EQ has been set to “On”, an image Equaliser curve corresponding to each equaliser curve you Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the selected appears. human vocal range, is boosted. Flat is a flat curve in which nothing is boosted.
  • Page 154: Adjusting The Equaliser Curve Automatically (Auto Eq)

    Chapter Customising preferences Display the “AV Sound Settings” Touch the key next to “Auto EQ” to screen. turn the auto-adjusted equaliser on or off. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for Select the equaliser curve. AV sound settings on page 151. Touch [EQ].
  • Page 155 ! When this navigation system is connected p For AVIC-F30BT users to a power amp with an LPF, turn the LPF Do not press the h button to open or close off before performing Auto EQ. Also, set...
  • Page 156: Using Sonic Centre Control

    11 Wait until the measurement is com- ing the video for rear display on page 146. pleted. p This function is available for AVIC-F30BT When Auto EQ is completed, a message is dis- only. played indicating that the measurement is Display the “AV System Settings”...
  • Page 157: Adjusting Loudness

    Chapter Customising preferences Display the “AV Sound Settings” screen. = For details, refer to Displaying the screen for AV sound settings on page 151. Touch [Sonic Center Control]. Touch [c] or [d] to select a listening po- sition. # If you touch [Off], the subwoofer output is p The larger the value of the range: “Left7”...
  • Page 158: Adjusting Source Levels

    Chapter Customising preferences Adjusting source levels Replicating the settings SLA (source level adjustment) lets you adjust You can import settings you have made on the the volume level of each source to prevent ra- utility programme NavGate FEEDS which is dical changes in volume when switching be- available separately to the navigation system.
  • Page 159: Turning Off The Screen

    Chapter Customising preferences Touch [Safe Mode]. Each time you touch the key changes the set- ting. ! On (default): Activates the safe mode function. ! Off: Deactivates the safe mode function. Turning off the screen By turning off the backlight of the LCD screen, you can turn off the screen display without turning off the voice guidance.
  • Page 160: Displaying The Operation Status Of

    Chapter Displaying the operation status of vehicle equipment By connecting the optional Vehicle Bus adap- ter, you can display the operation status of the vehicle’s parking sensor function and climate control panel on the navigation screen. CAUTION ! For information on installing the Vehicle Bus adapter, see the operating manual of the Vehi- cle Bus adapter.
  • Page 161 Chapter Displaying the operation status of vehicle equipment 3 4 5 1 Displays that the rear window heating setting is on. 2 Displays that the front window heating setting is on. 3 Displays that the internal circulation mode setting is on. 4 Displays that the A/C setting is on.
  • Page 162: Operating Your Navigation System With

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice p This function is available for AVIC-F30BT able.) The basic steps of the voice operations only. are as follows. 1 Switch the screen to map screen or AV op- To ensure safe driving eration screen.
  • Page 163: How To Use The Voice Operation

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice Voice Language Available search area Italiano Italy, San Marino, Vatican City Italiano (Silvia):TTS Nederlands Nederlands (Claire): Netherlands p When the list of candidates with number 1 Voice help menu: appears, say the number that you want to Displays a list of commands for the voice select.
  • Page 164: Operating Your Navigation System With Voice

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice # If you say “Just go there” , the navigation sys- Calling the entry on the phone book tem sets the route to the representative location A method for dialling the entry named of the city or the street.
  • Page 165: Available Basic Voice Commands

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice Available basic voice commands The navigation system can also recognise the words in the following list. p Terms written in italics are voice commands. Basic commands Voice commands and operations Back d The previous screen returns. Cancel d Cancels the voice operation.
  • Page 166: Voice Commands Related To Hands-Free Phoning

    Chapter Operating your navigation system with voice Voice commands related to hands-free phoning p You can make a phone call by voice dialling if the mobile phone featuring Bluetooth wireless technology is being paired with the navigation system. p For <entry’s name> shown on the following chart, say the name of the entry stored in “Contacts”. p For <phone number>...
  • Page 167: Other Functions

    5 to 16 characters can be entered for a the current password is deleted. password. Touch [OK]. Forgotten password Contact the nearest authorised Pioneer Ser- Reenter the password to confirm the vice Station. setting. Touch [OK]. Password protection is applied.
  • Page 168: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    TRK (m) button while the splash system to the initial state on this page. screen appears. p For users of AVIC-F30BT, press the MODE Method 4: Touch [Reset] on the “Select button and the TRK (c) button. Items to Reset” screen The “Select Items to Reset”...
  • Page 169: Setting Items To Be Deleted

    Chapter Other functions Setting items to be deleted The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table re- turn to the default or factory settings. Any items not listed below will be retained. —...
  • Page 170 Chapter Other functions Navigation functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 4 Bluetooth Set- All settings (*1) — tings Phone Menu All settings (*1) — Other functions Anti-theft password — — — — (*1) All stored data of 5 users is deleted. AV functions Method 1 Method 2...
  • Page 171: Appendix

    If you have problems operating your navigation system, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorised Pioneer service facility. Problems with the navigation screen...
  • Page 172 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) You cannot position your vehicle Something covers the GPS aerial. Do not cover the GPS aerial with spray paint on the map without a significant or vehicle wax, because this may block the re- positioning error.
  • Page 173 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) There’s no picture. The handbrake cord is not con- Connect the handbrake cord, and apply the nected. handbrake. The handbrake is not applied. Connect the handbrake cord, and apply the handbrake. The backlight of the LCD panel is Turn on the backlight.
  • Page 174 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) “AV1 Input” or “AV2 Input” setting No video output from connected Correct the settings. (Page 125) equipment. is incorrect. No video output from connected The connection of the USB interface Connect both the USB plug and the RCA iPod.
  • Page 175 Appendix Appendix Problems with the phone screen Symptom Cause Action (Reference) Dialling is not possible because Your phone is out of range for ser- Retry after re-entering the range for service. the touch panel keys for dialling vice. are inactive. The connection between the mobile Perform the connection process.
  • Page 176: Messages And How To React To Them

    Route calculation has failed be- ! Change the destination. possible. cause of a malfunction in map data, ! Consult the Pioneer Local dealer if this mes- software, or hardware. sage persists. Route calculation not possi- The destination is too far.
  • Page 177 Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Connection failed. The mobile phone’s Bluetooth wire- Activate the target phone’s Bluetooth wire- less technology is turned off. less technology. The mobile phone is paired (con- Cancel the pairing (connection) and retry. nected) with another device. Rejection has been received from Operate the target phone and accept the con- the mobile phone.
  • Page 178: Messages For Audio Functions

    If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service centre. The messages in “( )” will appear on the rear display.
  • Page 179 Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Cannot play back all tracks All the files on the inserted external Store playable files. storage device are secured by DRM. All of the files cannot be played by Replace it with the playable file. (Page 189, this unit.
  • Page 180: Positioning Technology

    The position of the speed detection circuit vary depending on the vehicle model. For The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a details, consult your authorised Pioneer network of satellites orbiting the Earth. Each dealer or an installation professional. of the satellites, which orbit at a height of...
  • Page 181: Handling Large Errors

    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 182: 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 travelling 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 183 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 car park or stop manner, as in a traffic jam.
  • Page 184: Route Setting Information

    Appendix Appendix Route setting information current heading. In such cases, you are in- structed to turn around, so please turn Route search specifications around safely by following the actual traffic rules. Your navigation system sets a route to your ! In some cases, a route may begin on the destination by applying certain built-in rules to opposite side of a railway or river from your the map data.
  • Page 185: Built-In Drive And Care

    Appendix Appendix Built-in drive and care ! Playback of discs may not be possible be- cause of disc characteristics, disc format, ! Use only conventional, fully circular discs. recorded application, playback environ- Do not use shaped discs. ment, storage conditions and so on. ! Road shocks may interrupt disc playback.
  • Page 186: Avchd Recorded Discs

    Appendix Appendix is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. p It is not possible to play DVD-Audio discs. This DVD drive may not be able to play all discs bearing the marks shown above. AVCHD recorded discs Detailed information for This unit is not compatible with discs recorded playable media in AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Defi-...
  • Page 187 Appendix Appendix CD-R/CD-RW discs tion, playback environment, storage conditions, and so on. ! Unfinalised discs cannot be played back. ! It may not be possible to playback CD-R/ CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD re- USB storage device compatibility corder or a personal computer because of = For details about USB storage device com- disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on...
  • Page 188 Appendix Appendix Notes specific to DivX files ! The character code for the subtitle file should comply with ISO-8859-1. Using char- ! Only DivX files downloaded from DivX part- acters other than ISO-8859-1 may cause the ner sites are guaranteed for proper opera- characters to be displayed incorrectly.
  • Page 189: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 1, ISO9660 level 2, File system ISO9660 level 2, FAT16/FAT32 Romeo, Joliet Romeo and Joliet and UDF 1.02 Maximum number of folders Maximum number of 3 500...
  • Page 190 Appendix Appendix WMA compatibility DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice File extension .wma Bit rate 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency 8 kHz to 48 kHz Note: The navigation system is not compatible with the following: ™...
  • Page 191 Appendix Appendix DivX compatibility DVD-R/-RW/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card vice File extension .avi/.divx Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Profile (DivX version) Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec MP3, Dolby Digital DivX files on the external storage device Bit rate (MP3) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR (USB, SD) cannot be played.
  • Page 192: Pixels

    Appendix Appendix Video files compatibility (USB, SD) File extension .avi .mp4, .m4v .wmv Format MPEG-4 MPEG-4 H.264 Compatible video codec MPEG-4 MPEG-4 H.264 Linear PCM (LPCM), IMA- Compatible audio codec ADPCM Bit rate: Bit rate: Bit rate: Bit rate: Recommended Image size: QVGA 768 kbps 768 kbps...
  • Page 193: Bluetooth

    : Folder gistered trademarks owned by Bluetooth : File SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under licence. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. SD and SDHC logo Level 1...
  • Page 194: Wma/Wmv

    DivX is a compressed digital video format cre- CAUTION ated by the DivX video codec from DivX, Inc. ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost This unit can play DivX video files recorded on from an iPod, even if that data is lost while CD-R/RW/ROM and DVD-R/RW/ROM discs.
  • Page 195: Ipod And Iphone

    Appendix Appendix iPod and iPhone may not operate normally and could be da- maged. ! The LCD screen is exposed in order to in- crease its visibility within the vehicle. Please do not press strongly on it as this may damage it. ! Do not push the LCD screen with excessive force as this may scratch it.
  • Page 196: 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 authorised Pioneer Service Station. Engb...
  • Page 197: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display information Destination Menu Phone Menu Page Page Address Dial Pad Return Home Call Home Contacts Petrol Station Contacts Transfer Open Parking Area Received Calls Cash Dispenser Dialled Calls Hotel or Motel Missed Calls Spell Name Near Me Near Destination Around City navgate FEEDS...
  • Page 198: Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix Settings Menu Navi Settings menu Page Page Navi Settings Connection Status System Settings 3D Calibration Status AV Settings Fuel cons. AV Sound Drive Log Settings Map Settings Demo Mode Bluetooth Settings Set Home Setting Replicator Modify Current Location Safe Mode Eco Settings Engb...
  • Page 199: System Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix System Settings menu Map Settings menu Page Page Regional Settings Displayed Info Program Language Close Up View Voice Language City Map Time City Map Barrier km / mile Show Speed Limit Average Speed Show Traffic Incident Volume Bluetooth Connected Splash Screen Current Street Name Back Camera...
  • Page 200: Bluetooth Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix Bluetooth Settings menu AV System Settings menu Page Page Connection AV1 Input Registration AV2 Input Device Name Wide Mode Password Auto EQ Meas. Bluetooth On/Off Mute Echo Cancel Mute Level Rear SP DivX® VOD Page Auto Answer Preference Refuse All Calls Page Clear Memory...
  • Page 201: Av Sound Settings Menu

    Appendix Appendix AV Sound Settings menu Page FAD/BAL (Balance) Loudness Sub Woofer Bass Booster Sonic Center Control Engb...
  • Page 202: 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 203 Appendix Appendix ISO 9660 format Multi-audio (Multilingual dialogue) This is the international standard for the for- Some videos feature dialogue recorded in mul- mat logic of DVD/CD-ROM folders and files. tiple languages or audio recorded in multiple For the ISO9660 format, there are regulations tracks.
  • Page 204 Appendix Appendix Region number Waypoint DVD players and DVD discs feature region A location that you choose to visit before your numbers indicating the area in which they destination; a journey can be built up from were purchased. Playback of a DVD is not pos- multiple waypoints and the destination.
  • Page 205: Specifications

    AVIC-F9310BT ....6.1 inch wide/16:9 Earthing system ....... Negative type Effective display area: Maximum current consumption AVIC-F30BT ....... 157 mm × 83 mm ........... 10.0 A AVIC-F930BT ....137 mm × 72 mm Dimensions (W × H × D): AVIC-F9310BT ....137 mm × 72 mm AVIC-F30BT Pixels ..........
  • Page 206: Frequency

    USB class ........Mass storage class modifications without notice due to im- Decoding format ...... MP3/WMA/AAC/WAVE/ provements. H.264/MPEG4/WMV SD (AVIC-F30BT) SD memory card, SDHC memory card Compatible physical format ........... Version 2.00 File system ......FAT16, FAT32 Decoding format .... MP3/WMA/AAC/WAVE/ H.264/MPEG4/WMV...
  • Page 207 Engb...
  • Page 208 P.O. Box 1540, Long Beach, California 90801-1540, U.S.A. TEL: (800) 421-1404 PIONEER EUROPE NV Published by Pioneer Corporation. Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, B-9120 Melsele, Belgium/Belgique Copyright © 2011 by Pioneer Corporation. TEL: (0) 3/570.05.11 All rights reserved. <CRB3598-A> <KMZZX> <11A00000>...

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