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Operation Manual
GPS NAVIGATION AUDIO SYSTEM
AVIC-F310BT
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 GPS NAVIGATION AUDIO SYSTEM AVIC-F310BT 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 Engb...
  • Page 3: 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 4 Contents – Setting “Close Up View” 28 – Searching for a POI directly from the – Setting the “Favourites” icon name of the facilities 40 – Searching for a nearby POI 40 display 28 – Setting the speed limit display 28 –...
  • Page 5 Contents – Echo cancelling and noise Selecting preferred RDS-TMC service provider manually 51 reduction 62 – Setting automatic connection 63 Using hands-free phoning – Editing the device name 63 Preparing communication devices 52 Notes for hands-free phoning 63 Displaying the Phone Menu 52 Updating the Bluetooth wireless technology Registering your mobile phone 52 software 64...
  • Page 6 Contents – Importing “Favourites” edited on Playing audio CDs “NavGate FEEDS” 73 Reading the screen 86 Exporting the data of “Fuel details” from Operating by hardware buttons 86 “Export/Import Menu” screen 73 Selecting a track from the list 87 “PC Mode” function 74 Setting a repeat play range 87 –...
  • Page 7 Contents Playing songs related to the currently playing Messages for audio functions 117 song 99 Positioning technology 119 – Positioning by GPS 119 Searching for applicable items – Map matching 119 alphabetically 100 Setting the audiobook play speed 100 Handling large errors 119 –...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    Chapter Introduction Manual overview e.g.) [Address], [Settings]. ! Extra information, alternatives and other Before using this product, be sure to read “Im- notes are presented in the following for- portant Information for the user” (a separate mat: manual) which contains warnings, cautions, e.g.) and other important information that you p If the home location has not been stored...
  • Page 9: Ipod Compatibility

    Please refer to the related p When you use this navigation system with section before clearing. a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- = For more detailed information about the items IU50) (sold separately), you can control an...
  • Page 10: Before You Start

    Chapter Before you start Checking part names and functions This chapter gives information about the names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. 1 Disc loading slot = For more details, refer to the descriptions Insert a disc to play. from Chapter 14 to Chapter 24.
  • Page 11: Inserting And Ejecting A Disc

    RESET button rage device for any reason, it is usually not = For details, refer to Resetting the micro- possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts processor on page 9. no liability for damages, costs or expenses arising from data loss or corruption.
  • Page 12: 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 13: Plugging In A Usb Storage Device

    ! If data loss or corruption occurs on the sto- from theft rage device for any reason, it is usually not possible to recover the data. Pioneer accepts The detachable device can be removed from no liability for damages, costs or expenses the head unit to discourage theft.
  • Page 14: Flow From Startup To Termination

    Chapter Before you start ! Keep the detachable device out of direct sun- light and high temperatures. ! After removing the detachable device, keep it in a safe place so it is not scratched or damaged. Flow from startup to termination Touch the language that you want to use for the voice guidance.
  • Page 15: How To Use The Detachable Device

    Chapter How to use the detachable device Removing the detachable device from the turns the audio source off and switches the head unit enables you to set routes and search display to the map screen. locations even when you are out of your vehi- Press DETACH button to release the de- cle.
  • Page 16: Installing The Battery

    CAUTION ! Do not under any circumstances attempt to change the battery yourself. ! The battery should only be changed by Pioneer service personnel. Disposing of the battery WARNING ! Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children to prevent them from acciden- tally swallowing it.
  • Page 17: Turning On The Detachable Device

    Chapter How to use the detachable device Detach the cable to disconnect the bat- The battery of the detachable device is tery. charged in the following situations. ! When the detachable device is attached to the head unit while the ignition switch is turned on (ACC ON).
  • Page 18: Connecting With Your Pc

    Chapter How to use the detachable device A message appears when the remain- ing battery life is getting low. When the battery nearly runs out, a message appears and the navigation sys- tem automatically turns off. Connecting with your PC You can connect the detachable device and your PC using the USB cable (supplied with the navigation system).
  • Page 19 Chapter How to use the detachable device Engb...
  • Page 20: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screens

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Screen switching overview What you can do on each menu 4 “Phone Menu” screen 1 Map screen Press the MODE button to display the naviga- You can access the screen that is related to tion map screen.
  • Page 21: Operating Menu Screens (E.g. "Navigation Menu" Screen)

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Operating menu screens (e.g. Operating the on-screen “Navigation Menu” screen) keyboard 1 Screen title 1 Text box Shows the next or previous page. Displays the characters that are entered. If there is no text in the box, an informative Returns the previous screen.
  • Page 22: How To Use The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navi- gation system can be seen on the map. You need to become familiar with how the informa- tion appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen.
  • Page 23: Displaying The Audio Information Bar

    Chapter How to use the map Displaying the audio The direction towards your destination (next waypoint, or cursor) is indicated with a information bar straight line. You can check the current status on the se- a Current route* lected audio source. The route currently set is highlighted in bright colour on the map.
  • Page 24: Operating The Map Screen

    Chapter How to use the map While driving on the motorway, motorway exit Touch to change the map numbers and motorway signs may be dis- scale. played when in the vicinity of interchanges p If you do not operate the function for a few and exits.
  • Page 25: Scrolling The Map To The Position You Want To See

    Chapter How to use the map p If you do not operate the function for a few Scroll the map and move the scroll cur- seconds, the display is automatically re- sor to the icon you want to view. turned. Scrolling the map to the position you want to see Display the map screen.
  • Page 26: Displaying Poi On The Map

    Chapter How to use the map ing the POI icon, the system displays it on the map screen. Display the “Map” screen. Touch [Overlay POI]. The “Overlay POI” screen appears. Touch [Settings]. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. Touch [Display] to turn it [On]. p If you do not want to display the POI icon on the map, touch [Display] to turn it [Off].
  • Page 27: Switching The Map Between 2D And 3D

    Chapter How to use the map Returns previous screen. 3D map screen Touch the subcategory. A red tick mark appears next to the selected category. To cancel the selection, touch the entry again. # If you want to search with more detailed cate- gories, touch Touch the item and touch [OK].
  • Page 28: Changing The Road Colour

    Chapter How to use the map Setting the “Favourites” icon Touch [Day/Night Display]. Each time you touch the key changes that set- display ting. You can select whether to display the “Favour- ! [Automatic] (default): ites” icon on the map. You can change the colours of a map be- tween daytime and nighttime according to Display the “Map”...
  • Page 29: Setting The Current Street Name Display

    Chapter How to use the map Touch [Traffic Incident]. Does not switch the screen. Each time you touch the key changes that set- ting. ! [View] (default): Displays the icons on the map. ! [Hide]: Hides the icons on the map. p The notification icons will not be available when your vehicle deviates from the route.
  • Page 30: Setting A Route To Your Destination

    Chapter Setting a route to your destination Your navigation system sets the route CAUTION to your destination, and the map of your For safety reasons, these route-setting functions surroundings appears. are not available while your vehicle is in motion. After releasing the handbrake, drive in To enable these functions, you must stop in a accordance with navigation guidance.
  • Page 31: Modifying The Route Calculation Conditions

    Chapter Setting a route to your destination Touch the desired items to change the When the route calculation is completed, “Route confirmation screen” appears. route calculation conditions and then touch [OK]. Route confirmation screen The route is recalculated, and “Route confir- mation screen”...
  • Page 32: Checking The Current Itinerary

    Chapter Setting a route to your destination p The system may calculate a route that in- cludes ferry way even if [On] is selected. Avoid Motorway This setting controls whether motorways may be included in the route calculation. [Off]*: Calculate a route that may include motorways. [On]: p When a long distance route is calculated, Calculate a route that avoids motorways.
  • Page 33 Chapter Setting a route to your destination Search for a location. After searching for a point, display it on a map, then touch [OK] to add to the “Way- points List” screen. = For details, refer to Searching for and select- ing a location on page 37.
  • Page 34: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Editing waypoints You can check the route details. You can also recalculate the route in different conditions. You can edit waypoints (locations you want to Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. visit on the way to your destination) and recal- culate the route so that is passes through Touch [Route info].
  • Page 35: Deleting A Waypoint

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch [Sort]. The “Sort Waypoints” screen appears. = For details, refer to Searching for and select- ing a location on page 37. Touch [OK] on the “Waypoints List” Touch the waypoint or destination. screen.
  • Page 36: Using The Demonstration Guidance

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. Touch [Cancel]. A message confirming the cancellation of the current route appears. = For details concerning operations, refer to Modifying the route calculation conditions on page 31. Using the demonstration Touch [Yes].
  • Page 37: Searching For And Selecting A Location

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location 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 handbrake before set- ting your route.
  • Page 38: Searching For A Name By Entering Multiple Keywords

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location = For details, refer to Searching for a name Entering a keyword by entering multiple keywords on this All names containing the word beginning with page. entered keyword are displayed as a search re- sult.
  • Page 39: Setting Up A Route To Your Home

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Postcode]. If there is no house number, the searched lo- The “Enter Postcode” screen appears. cation appears on the map screen. Touch the desired road. The “House#” screen appears. If the selected street has only one matching lo- cation, the searched location appears on the map screen.
  • Page 40: Searching For Pois By Specifying A Category First

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location cation that you want to search for is outside of the country you selected. Touch [Name]. The “POI Name” screen appears. Searching for POIs by specifying a category first You can search for POIs with one touch by touching the preset category.
  • Page 41: Searching For Pois Around The Destination

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the category you want. Touch [Zone]. The “Country List” screen appears. p If there are more detailed categories within If the location that you want to search for is in the selected category, repeat this step as another country, this changes the country set- many times as necessary.
  • Page 42: Selecting Destination From "Favourites

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. Selecting destination from “Favourites” Touch [AVIC FEEDS]. The “Select List” screen appears. Storing locations you visit frequently saves time and effort. Touch the folder you want on the list. Selecting an item from the list provides an The “Select POI”...
  • Page 43: Searching For A Location By Coordinates

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for a location by The screen returns to the previous screen. p To enter N 5°1’2.5” for example, touch [N], coordinates [0], [5], [0], [1], [0], [2], and [5]. Entering a latitude and longitude pinpoints Touch [OK].
  • Page 44: Registering And Editing Locations

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Registering a location into Touch The location is registered, and then the “Edit “Favourites” Favourite” screen appears. = For details, refer to Editing the entry in “Fa- Registering a location by “Favourites” vourites” on this page. Favourites can store up to 400 registered lo- Touch [OK].
  • Page 45: Sorting The Entry In "Favourites

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Sorting the entry in “Favourites” Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. Touch [Favourites]. The “Select Favourite” screen appears. Touch [Sort]. Each time you touch [Sort] changes the sort order. # Touch [All]. p Current order is displayed on the upper Selects all entries.
  • Page 46: Editing Your Home

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch [Settings]. Touch next to the home location. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. The “Edit Favourite” screen appears. Touch [Set Home]. The “Set Home” screen appears. # Touch [Phone #]. You can edit the registered phone number. To dial the number, touch = For details, refer to Making a call home ea- Touch [Home].
  • Page 47 Chapter Registering and editing locations # Touch [All]. Selects all entries. # Touch [None]. Displayed when all locations are selected. Can- cels all selected locations. Touch [Delete]. A message will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. Touch [Yes]. The data you selected is deleted. # Touch [No].
  • Page 48: Using Traffic Information

    Chapter Using traffic information Checking all traffic You can check real-time traffic information transmitted by the Traffic Message Channel information (TMC) of the FM Radio Data System (RDS) on All traffic information on the current route is the screen. Such traffic information is updated displayed on screen in a list.
  • Page 49: Checking Traffic Information On The Route

    Chapter Using traffic information You can sort the traffic information in alpha- scale is changed, the icons are resized ac- betical order. cording to the selected scale. Traffic event icon You can sort the traffic information accord- ing to the incident. The list will be sorted in the order of closed/ blocked roads, traffic jam, accidents, road works and others.
  • Page 50: Checking For Traffic Jams Automatically

    Chapter Using traffic information Checking for traffic jams Set [Traffic Incident] to [View]. = For details, refer to Selecting traffic informa- automatically tion to display on page 28. If there is information about traffic jam on your current route and if an alternative route Display the map screen.
  • Page 51: Selecting Traffic Information To Display

    Chapter Using traffic information = For details, refer to Checking for traffic jams p Touching [All (None)] selects or deselects automatically on the previous page. all traffic information. # Touch [List]. # Touch [All]. The “Traffic On Route List” screen appears. Selects all traffic information.
  • Page 52: Using Hands-Free Phoning

    The default device name displayed on the Even when the connection is severed for mobile phone is “PIONEER NAVI”. The PIN some reason, the system automatically re- code is “1111”. connects the specified mobile phone (ex- cept when the connection is severed due to mobile phone operation).
  • Page 53: Searching For Nearby Phones

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Searching for nearby phones Wait until your mobile phone appears in the list. The system searches for available mobile phones near the navigation system, displays them in a list, and registers them for connec- tion. Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your mobile phone.
  • Page 54: Pairing From Your Mobile Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Enter the PIN code “1111” using the Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your mobile phone. mobile phone. For some mobile phones, no specific action is When a connection is successfully estab- necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless tech- lished, a connection complete message ap- pears, the screen returns to the “Bluetooth nology.
  • Page 55: Connecting And Disconnecting A Registered Mobile Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Connections]. The “Connection List” screen appears. p If registration fails repeat the procedure from the beginning. Touch the name of the mobile phone that you want to connect. Connecting and disconnecting Connection starts. a registered mobile phone When a connection is successfully estab- lished, a connection complete message ap- Connecting a registered mobile...
  • Page 56: Making A Phone Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Settings]. Making a call home easily The “Bluetooth Settings” screen appears. You can call home without taking the time to enter the phone number if the phone number Touch [Connections]. has been registered. The “Connection List” screen appears. Display the “Phone Menu”...
  • Page 57: Making A Phone Call Using The Received Call History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Alphabet tabs Makes the screen jump to the beginning of the page including the entry whose names start with any of selected alphabets. Touching [#ABCDE] also displays the page in- cluding the entry whose names start with pri- mary symbols or numbers.
  • Page 58: Making A Phone Call Using Missed Call History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Dialling the entry in the You can check the details of the party before mak- ing a phone call. “Favourites” Touch to end the call. You can make a call to the entry registered in the “Favourites”. Display the “Navigation Menu”...
  • Page 59: Dialling A Facility's Phone Number

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Dialling a facility’s phone number Receiving a phone call You can make a call to facilities with phone You can perform hands-free answering by number data. using the navigation system. p You cannot make a call to locations or POIs that have no phone number data.
  • Page 60: Rejecting An Incoming Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning When there is an incoming call, you can reject gistered for one person, such as work place it by touching and home, each number is counted sepa- p You can adjust volume when you are talk- rately.
  • Page 61: Clearing Memory

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! Missed Calls: Touch [OK]. Transfer starts. It may take time depending on You can clear the missed call history list. # Touch [Clear All]. how many entries will be transferred. It clears all the data that correspond to the con- When the completion message ap- nected mobile phone.
  • Page 62: Stopping Bluetooth Wave Transmission

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Stopping Bluetooth wave Setting the automatic rejection transmission function You can stop transmission of electric waves by If this function is on, the navigation system turning off the Bluetooth function. If you do automatically rejects all incoming calls. not use the Bluetooth wireless technology, we Touch [Settings] on the “Phone Menu”...
  • Page 63: Setting Automatic Connection

    ! With mobile phones, phone book transfer played on your mobile phone. (Default is may not work even though your phone is [PIONEER NAVI].) paired with the navigation system. In that Touch [Settings] on the “Phone Menu” case, disconnect your phone, perform pair- screen.
  • Page 64: Updating The Bluetooth Wireless Technology Software

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! The registered name appears if the phone Updating the Bluetooth number of the received call is already regis- wireless technology software tered in the phone book. When one phone number is registered under different Update files will be available for download in names, the name that comes first alphabe- the future.
  • Page 65: Modifying The General Settings For Navigation Functions Setting The Volume For Navigation System

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions Setting the volume for Touch [Region]. The “Region” screen appears. navigation system The sound volume for the navigation can be set. p When using a phone, the sound volume of the navigation system is dependent on the phone volume setting.
  • Page 66: Changing The Unit Between Km And Miles

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions ! [km] (default): Show distance in kilometres. ! [mile]: Show distance in miles. ! [Mile&Yard]: Show distance in miles and yards. Changing the virtual speed of To set the time difference, touch [+] or the vehicle [–].
  • Page 67: Replicating The Settings

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. Touch [Cpy Setting]. A message confirming whether to update the settings appears. ! [QWERTZ]: Touch [Yes]. Update starts. After updating the settings is finished, a mes- sage confirming whether to restart the naviga- tion system appears.
  • Page 68: Setting The Power-Saving Function

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions Enter the fuel consumption informa- Touch [Backlight Timeout]. tion. Each time you touch the key changes that set- Enter the following items: ting. ! [Surface Road]: ! [Never]: Enter the fuel cost when you drive on ordin- Deactivates the power-saving feature of the ary roads.
  • Page 69: Correcting The Current Location

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions Touch anywhere on the screen. Indicates the connection status of the GPS The adjusted position data will be saved. aerial, the reception sensitivity and from p Do not turn off the engine while saving the how many satellites the signal is received.
  • Page 70: Turning Off The Screen

    Chapter Modifying the general settings for navigation functions Display the “Navigation Menu” screen. = For more detailed information about the items which would be erased, refer to Set- Touch [Settings]. ting items to be deleted on page 111. The “Settings Menu” screen appears. Display the “Navigation Menu”...
  • Page 71: Other Functions

    Chapter Other functions Exporting data for “NavGate FEEDS” You can export data to an SD memory card for browsing on a PC. The following data can be exported. ! Fuel details ! Drive Log Enter the following settings: Fuel details ! [Distance]: Enter the distance travelled since the pre- Entering the fuelling information...
  • Page 72: Recording Your Travel History

    Chapter Other functions Insert an SD memory card into the SD Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. card slot. = For more details of the operation, refer to In- = For more details of the operation, refer to In- serting and ejecting an SD memory card on serting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 11.
  • Page 73: Navgate Feeds

    Chapter Other functions Insert an SD memory card into the SD Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. card slot. = For more details of the operation, refer to In- = For more details of the operation, refer to In- serting and ejecting an SD memory card on serting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 11.
  • Page 74: Pc Mode" Function

    Chapter Other functions Touch [Data In/Out]. Touch [OK]. The “Export/Import Menu” screen appears. The navigation system restarts. And then the navigation system changes to “PC Mode”. Cancelling “PC Mode” Disconnect the detachable device from your PC. Touch [End]. “PC Mode” is cancelled, and then the system Touch [Export] next to “Fuel details”.
  • Page 75: Basic Flow Of Operation Using The Audio Source

    Chapter Basic flow of operation Using the audio source You can play or use the following sources with the navigation system. ! TUNER (FM, MW/LW) ! CD ! ROM (MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA) ! USB ! iPod ! AUX (auxiliary device) Switching the audio operation screen Press MODE button when the map of...
  • Page 76: Screen Switching Overview

    Chapter Basic flow of operation Screen switching overview : Press : Turn and press the centre of : Press and hold for a few seconds MULTI-CONTROL : Press the centre of MULTI-CONTROL Pressing LIST or EJECT button enables you to perform the equivalent operation. Engb...
  • Page 77: What You Can Do On Each Menu

    Chapter Basic flow of operation What you can do on each menu 1 Audio operation screen When you play an audio source, this screen appears. 2 Function select screen You can access the screen for selecting either “Function Menu” or “Audio Menu”. Depending on the source, “Function Menu”...
  • Page 78: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- be received, the frequency will be displayed in- tion system. This section describes operations stead. 7 NEWS indicator for radio (FM). Shows when the set news programme is re- ceived.
  • Page 79: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) p Storing broadcast frequencies with BSM Storing and recalling may replace broadcast frequencies you broadcast frequencies have already saved by using With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys ), you can easily store up to six broad- cast frequencies for later recall (also with the Tuning in strong signals touch of a key).
  • Page 80: Pi Seek Operation

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Pressing the centre of MULTI-CONTROL lection to stations broadcasting regional switches between “On” and “Off”. programmes. p Only RDS stations are tuned in during seek Display the “Function Menu” screen. tuning or BSM when AF (alternative fre- = For details, refer to Screen switching over- quencies) is on.
  • Page 81: Using News Programme Interruption

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Turn MULTI-CONTROL to display Searching for an RDS “Traffic Announce”. station by PTY information Pressing the centre of MULTI-CONTROL You can search for general types of broadcast- switches between “On” and “Off”. ing programmes. p You can also cancel the announcement by = For details, refer to PTY list on page 83.
  • Page 82: Receiving Pty Alarm Broadcasts

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) Receiving PTY alarm broadcasts PTY alarm is a special PTY code for announce- ments regarding emergencies such as natural disasters. When the tuner receives the radio alarm code, Alarm appears on the display and the volume adjusts to the TA volume. When the station stops broadcasting the emergency announcement, the system returns to the pre- vious source.
  • Page 83: Pty List

    Chapter Using the radio (FM) PTY list General Specific Type of programme News&Information 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 84: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Using the radio (MW/LW) Operating by hardware You can listen to the radio using this naviga- tion system. This section describes operations buttons for radio (MW/LW). Pressing BAND/ESC button Press SRC/OFF button to display the Band can be selected from among FM1, FM2, “TUNER”...
  • Page 85: Storing The Strongest Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter Using the radio (MW/LW) Storing the strongest MW/LW: Level1—Level2 p The level “2” setting allows reception of only broadcast frequencies the strongest stations, while lower settings “BSM” (best stations memory) lets you auto- let you receive weaker stations. matically store the six strongest broadcast fre- quencies under the preset tuning keys and, once stored there, you can tune in to these frequencies with the touch of a key.
  • Page 86: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing audio CDs You can play a normal music CD using the Shows the title of the track currently built-in drive of the navigation system. This playing (when available). 3 NEWS indicator section describes how. Shows when the set news programme is re- % Insert the disc you want to play into ceived.
  • Page 87: Selecting A Track From The List

    Chapter Playing audio CDs p Turning MULTI-CONTROL enables you Pressing and holding MULTI-CONTROL right to perform the equivalent operation. ! Pressing the centre of MULTI-CONTROL Performs fast forward. Plays the selected track. Pressing MULTI-CONTROL left p Pressing MULTI-CONTROL right en- Skips to the start of the current track.
  • Page 88: Playback And Pause

    Chapter Playing audio CDs p To turn scan play off, touch again. p If you touch while the repeat play range is set to , the repeat play range changes to disc repeat automatically and scanning tracks will begin. p If you skip a track forward or backward dur- ing scan play, the scan play is automatically cancelled.
  • Page 89: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM ! Track number indicated next to You can play a disc that contains compressed “TRK” audio files using the built-in drive of the navi- gation system. This section describes these Shows the track number currently play- operations.
  • Page 90: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Pressing and holding MULTI-CONTROL Repeats playback. left = For details, refer to Setting a repeat Performs fast reverse. p Fast reverse is cancelled when it reaches play range on the next page. the beginning of the first track on the disc. Scans folders and tracks.
  • Page 91: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM p When you turn random play on, When a track is selected, it plays the se- lected track. pears. p Pressing MULTI-CONTROL right en- p To turn random play off, touch again. p If you touch ables you to perform the equivalent op- while the repeat play range eration.
  • Page 92: Using Advanced Sound Retriever

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Using advanced sound retriever Advanced sound retriever function automati- cally enhances compressed audio and re- stores rich sound. % Touch [S.Rtrv] repeatedly to select the desired setting. Each touch of [S.Rtrv] changes the settings as follows: Sets to S.Rtrv1.
  • Page 93: Playing Music Files On Usb Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing music files on USB Reading the screen Shows when the set news programme is re- ceived. 4 TRFC indicator Shows when a TP station (a station that broad- casts traffic information) is tuned in. 5 File type indicator Shows the type of audio file currently playing.
  • Page 94: Selecting A File From The List

    Chapter Playing music files on USB p If the selected folder does not contain any Pressing MULTI-CONTROL right Skips to the start of the next file. file that can be played, the file list is not dis- played. Pressing and holding MULTI-CONTROL Use MULTI-CONTROL to select the de- right sired file name.
  • Page 95: Playing Files In Random Order

    Chapter Playing music files on USB p If you perform returning to the root folder p If you touch during scan play, the scan while the repeat play range is set to play is automatically cancelled and files will be played in random order. , the repeat play range changes to all re- peat automatically.
  • Page 96 Chapter Using an iPod Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- Shows the artist name for the current ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- song. tion system. : Album title (podcast title) p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU50) Shows the title of the album for the cur- (sold separately) is required for connection.
  • Page 97: Selecting A Song From The List

    Chapter Using an iPod 9 Advanced sound retriever indicator Press LIST button to display the top ca- = For details, refer to Using advanced tegory menu. p To return to the previous screen, press sound retriever on the next page. BAND/ESC button.
  • Page 98: Operating This Navigation System's Ipod Function From Your Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod % Touch [S. Rtrv] repeatedly to select the Setting a repeat play range desired setting. Display the “Function Menu” screen. Each touch of [S. Rtrv] changes the settings = For details, refer to Screen switching over- as follows: view on page 76.
  • Page 99: Playing Songs In Random Order (Shuffle)

    Chapter Using an iPod ! No indicator: Playing all songs in random This navigation system’s iPod function can order (shuffle all) be operated from this navigation system. % Touch All to turn shuffle all on. When you select , operate the con- All songs on the iPod will play randomly.
  • Page 100: Searching For Applicable Items Alphabetically

    Chapter Using an iPod Searching for applicable Press the centre of MULTI-CONTROL to display the alphabetical list. items alphabetically p An article listed below and space at the be- Using the search control displays the page ginning of the artist name will be ignored which includes the first applicable option.
  • Page 101: Switching The Auxiliary Setting

    Chapter Using the AUX source Selecting “AUX” as the source A stereo mini plug cable lets you connect your navigation system to auxiliary equipment. For % Press SRC/OFF button to display the more details, refer to the stereo mini plug “AUX”...
  • Page 102: Turning The Source Off

    Chapter Turning the source off % Press SRC/OFF and hold until the audio source turns off. = For details, refer to Switching the audio op- eration screen on page 75. p To return to the display of each source, press SRC/OFF button. Engb...
  • Page 103: Setting The Illumination Colour

    Chapter Customising the initial settings Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “RGB Il- Using the initial settings, you can customise various system settings to achieve optimal per- lumination”. formance from this navigation system. Press MULTI-CONTROL left or right to select the desired colour. White (white) —...
  • Page 104: Setting The Rear Output And Subwoofer Controller

    Chapter Customising the initial settings Display the “Initial Setting” screen. Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “S/W = For details, refer to Displaying the Control”. “Initial Setting” screen on the previous Press the centre of MULTI-CONTROL to page. switch between “Rear SP:F.Range” and Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “Auto “Rear SP:S/W”.
  • Page 105 Chapter Customising the initial settings Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “Guidance”. Press the centre of MULTI-CONTROL re- peatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Each press of MULTI-CONTROL changes the settings as follows: ! “ATT”: The audio source is attenuated automati- cally when the voice guidance is output.
  • Page 106: Audio Adjustments Displaying The "Audio Menu" Screen

    Chapter Audio adjustments Displaying the Press MULTI-CONTROL up or down to adjust front/rear speaker balance. “Audio Menu” screen Each time MULTI-CONTROL is pressed up or To customise the audio settings, display the down, the front/rear speaker balance moves “Audio Menu” screen. towards the front or rear.
  • Page 107: Adjusting The Equaliser Curves

    Chapter Audio adjustments Display the “Audio Menu” screen. Vocal = For details, refer to Displaying the Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the “Audio Menu” screen on the previous human vocal range, is boosted. page. Flat Flat is a flat curve in which nothing is boosted.
  • Page 108: Using Subwoofer Output

    Chapter Audio adjustments Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “Loud- Press MULTI-CONTROL left or right to ness”. select cut-off frequency. Each time MULTI-CONTROL is pressed left or Press the centre of MULTI-CONTROL to right, frequencies are selected in the following turn loudness on. order: Loudness level (e.g., Mid) appears in the dis- 50 Hz —...
  • Page 109: Adjusting Source Levels

    Chapter Audio adjustments Adjusting source levels SLA (source level adjustment) lets you adjust the volume level of each source to prevent ra- dical changes in volume when switching be- tween sources. p Settings are based on the FM tuner volume level, which remains unchanged.
  • Page 110: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    Chapter Returning the Navigation System to the Default or Factory Settings You can return settings or recorded contents to the default or factory settings. There are four methods to clear user data, and the situa- tions and the cleared contents are different for each method.
  • Page 111: Default Or Factory Settings Setting Items To Be Deleted

    Chapter Returning the Navigation System to the Default or Factory Settings Setting items to be deleted The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table return to the default or factory settings. Any items not listed below will be retained.
  • Page 112 Chapter Returning the Navigation System to the Default or Factory Settings — [Contacts] — [Volume] [Phone Menu] menu — [Settings] — Call histories Audio functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 4 — — — Volume — — — Initial Settings All settings —...
  • Page 113: 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 authorised Pioneer service facility. Problems with the navigation screen...
  • Page 114 Appendix Appendix [Day/Night Display] is set to [Day]. Check [Day/Night Display] setting and make sure [Automatic] is selected. (Page 27) The map colour does not switch automatically between daytime and nighttime. The screen is too bright. An improper value has been set on Check the settings.
  • Page 115 Appendix Appendix ! Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface The iPod is frozen. cable for iPod. Cannot be operated. ! Update the iPod software version. ! Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface An error has occurred. cable for iPod. ! Park your vehicle in a safe place, and apply the handbrake.
  • Page 116: Messages And How To React To Them

    After the message is dis- maining battery power of the de- played, the navigation system restarts. ! Consult the nearest authorised Pioneer ser- tachable device is low. vice station if this message persists. ! Select a suitable item and format, then Dataloading failed.
  • Page 117: Messages For Audio Functions

    When problems occur in the audio source, a message may appears on the display. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists, contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer Service Centre. Built-in CD drive...
  • Page 118 Appendix Appendix Electrical or mechanical Turn the ignition switch OFF and back ON, or switch to a different source, then back to the CHK CDCORE USB source. ! Disconnect the cable from iPod. Once iPod Error-19 Communication failure main menu is displayed, connect the cable again.
  • Page 119: Positioning Technology

    Appendix Appendix Positioning technology Map matching As mentioned, the positioning systems used Positioning by GPS by this navigation system are susceptible to The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a certain errors. Their calculations may, on occa- network of satellites orbiting the Earth. Each sion, place you in a location on the map where of the satellites, which orbit at a height of no road exists.
  • Page 120: When Positioning By Gps Is Impossible

    Appendix Appendix When positioning by GPS is your vehicle may differ from the position dis- played on the map screen. impossible ! If you make a shallow turn. ! GPS positioning is disabled if signals can- not be received from more than two GPS satellites.
  • Page 121 Appendix Appendix ! If the road has a series of hairpin bends. ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey car park or similar structure using a spiral ramp. ! If there is a loop or similar road configura- ! If your vehicle is turned on a turntable or si- tion.
  • Page 122: Route Setting Information

    Appendix Appendix ! During voice guidance, turns and intersec- ! When you drive around a roundabout. tions from the motorway are announced. However, if you pass intersections, turns, and other guidance points in rapid succes- sion, some may delay or not be announced. ! It is possible that guidance may direct you off a motorway and then back on again.
  • Page 123: Built-In Drive And Care

    Appendix Appendix ! Despite our careful design of the product, Built-in drive and care small scratches that do not affect actual ! Use only conventional, fully circular discs. operation may appear on the disc surface Do not use shaped discs. as a result of mechanical wear, ambient conditions for use or handling of the disc.
  • Page 124: Detailed Information For Playable Media

    Appendix Appendix ! There may be a slight delay when starting Detailed information for playback of files on a USB storage device playable media with complex folder hierarchies. ! It may not be possible to play some music Compatibility files from USB because of file characteris- CD-R/CD-RW discs tics, file format, recorded application, play- ! Unfinalised discs cannot be played back.
  • Page 125 Appendix Appendix SD memory card and SDHC memory card = For more details about SD memory card compatibility with this navigation system, refer to Specifications on page 135. ! This system is not compatible with Multi Media Card (MMC). Handling guidelines and supplemental information ! Copyright protected files cannot be played back.
  • Page 126: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General Media CD-R/-RW USB storage device ISO9660 level 1, File system ISO9660 level 2, FAT16/FAT32 Romeo and Joliet Maximum number of folders Maximum number of files 15 000 Playable file types MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV MP3 compatibility Media...
  • Page 127 Appendix Appendix WAV compatibility Media CD-R/-RW, USB storage device File extension .wav Format Linear PCM (LPCM), MS ADPCM LPCM: 16 kHz to 48 kHz Sampling frequency MS ADPCM: 22.05 kHz and 44.1 kHz AAC compatibility Media CD-R/-RW, USB storage device File extension .m4a Bit rate...
  • Page 128: Bluetooth

    Licensing, Inc. gistered trademarks owned by Bluetooth 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. AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4.
  • Page 129: Detailed Information Regarding Connectable Ipods

    Detailed information iPhone regarding connectable iPods CAUTION ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost from an iPod, even if that data is lost while using the navigation system. ! Do not leave the iPod in direct sunlight for ex- tended amounts of time.
  • Page 130: Using The Lcd Screen Correctly

    In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorised PIONEER Liquid crystal display (LCD) screen Service Station. ! If the LCD screen is near the vent of an air conditioner, make sure that air from the air conditioner is not blowing on it.
  • Page 131: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display information “Navigation Menu” screen “Settings Menu” screen Page Page [Address] 37, 38 [Sound] [Go Home] [Region] [POI] [UI Language], [Voice Language] [Petrol] [Time] [ATM] [km / mile] [Parking] [Speed] [Hotel] [Keyboard] [Spell Name] [Map] [Near Me] [Overlay POI] [Near Dest.] [View Mode] [Around City]...
  • Page 132: Phone Menu" Screen

    Appendix Appendix “Phone Menu” screen [Drive Log] [Demo Mode] [Safe Mode] [Brightness] [F. Reset] [Screen Off] Page [Dial Pad] [Call Home] [Contacts] [Received] [Dialled] [Missed] [Transfer] [Volume] [Phone Ringtone] [Phone Voice] [Settings] [Connections] [Bluetooth On/Off] [Auto Answer Preference] [Refuse All Calls] [Echo Cancel] [Auto Connect] [Edit Name]...
  • Page 133: Glossary

    Appendix Appendix Glossary dance point along your route is indicated on the map by the yellow flag icon. Home location AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and Your registered home location. refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. ID3 tag This is a method of embedding track-related Bit rate...
  • Page 134 Appendix Appendix ! Extended formats jams or accidents can be checked on the dis- Joliet: play. File names can have up to 64 characters. Route setting Romeo: The process of determining the ideal route to a File names can have up to 128 characters. specific location;...
  • Page 135: Specifications

    Appendix Appendix Specifications Continuous power output ... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 kHz, 5 %THD, 4 W LOAD, Both General Channels Driven) Load impedance ...... 4 W (4 W to 8 W [2 W for 1 ch] Rated power source ....
  • Page 136 Appendix Appendix WAVE SIGNAL FORMAT ..Linear-PCM, MS ADPCM (Non Compressed) Head unit USB standard spec..USB 2.0 Full Speed Max current supply ..500 mA Minimum memory capacity ........... 256 MB File system ......FAT16, FAT32 USB class ......Mass storage class Decoding format ....
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