Summary of Contents for Honda Vehicle Entertainment System
9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM P/N 08A23-2G1-010...
WELCOME Your in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM is designed to give you and your family years of enjoyment. You can watch your favorite DVD-Video or Video-CD movies, you can listen to your favorite Audio-CD or MP3 albums, or plug-and-play a variety of standard video games.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM Electrical Cautions and Warnings CAUTION Risk of electrical shock. Do not open DVD Player, LCD Screen, Remote Control, or FM Modulator. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of shock, do not remove the DVD Player, LCD Screen, Remote Control, or FM Modulator cover.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM Handling Discs To remove the disc from its storage case, press down on the center of the case and lift the disc out, holding it care- fully by the edges. Always handle the disc by the edges.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 1.1. Stereo DVD Player Turn the vehicle ignition key to ACC (I) or ON (II) to start using the DVD Player. Operating the system for an extended period of time with the engine OFF will run down the vehicle's battery. Press to turn the DVD Player ON/OFF.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 1. Quick Start 1.2. 7” Flip Down LCD Screen Page 2 1.3. Wireless Headphones An infrared transmitter transmits the audio signal to the headphones Headphone Receivers 1. Infrared Sensors Receive audio signals from the transmitter.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 1.4. Remote Control When using the remote, aim it at the infrared transmitter/receiver above the video display screen. (See 7" Flip Down LCD Screen, page 2) 1. PWR (DVD Player ON/OFF) 2. MENU Press to enter DVD Player Setup Menu if disc is loaded. Press to enter Disc Menu if disc is loaded.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 2. System Overview A) DVD Player B) Wireless Headphone Infrared Transmitter / Remote Control Receiver C) 7" Color Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Flip-Down Screen D) Infrared Wireless Headphones E) Remote Control F) FM Modulator - not shown GENERAL OPERATION NOTE Your DVD Player supports many different types of media (CD-DA, DVD-Video, Video-CD, etc.).
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM FEATURES High performance 7" flip-down LCD screen with adjustable settings for Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Sharpness, & Dimmer control. Auxiliary video and audio jacks (standard RCA style connectors) for connecting video games and video equipment. (See NOTE) Wireless infrared remote control for DVD Player.
AUDIO SYSTEM Turning on the FM Modulator will enable you to listen to audio from the in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM over the vehicle's speakers. To turn on the FM Modulator, press and hold the AUX button on either the Remote Control or DVD Player.
3.2 Remote Control NOTE: When using the remote, aim it at the infrared transmitter above the video display screen. (See page 10). Page 7 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 1. PWR (DVD Player ON/OFF) 2. MENU Press to enter DVD Player Setup Menu if disc is not loaded, or is loaded and stopped.
9/28/2004 8:33 AM 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 7. ZOOM Press to zoom in on the screen video image. In zoom mode, the arrow keys can be used to change the view area on the screen.
9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 9 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.3 Remote Battery Replacement 1. Battery replacement is usually required if the remote functions only when it is very close to the video display screen, or not at all.
9/28/2004 8:33 AM 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.4 Flip-Down Screen 1. Vehicle Dome Light Switch Slide this switch to select Dome Light Off, Dome Light On, or Dome Light Door Activated. 2. Video Screen Release Push to release video screen from its closed position.
To prolong system life and to optimize radio performance, turn the DVD player power OFF when you are not using it. When the ignition is first turned ON, the in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM will be powered OFF. Turn the system ON by press- ing the POWER button on either the Remote Control (see page 7, button 1) or on the DVD Player (see page 6, button 1).
9/28/2004 8:33 AM 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.6. Inserting/Removing Disc INSERTING DISC To insert a disc, the vehicle ignition key must be turned to the ACC (I) or ON (II) position. (See NOTE) Insert the disc into the disc slot as shown in the picture above.
REWIND (see page 8, button 21 or button 20) will increase the fast forward, or reverse, rate ranging from 2 times, to 4 times, to 8 times, to 20 times faster than normal. To play the disc at normal speed, press the PLAY/PAUSE button on either the remote control or the DVD Player. Page 13 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation -13-...
9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 14 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.9. Next Operation While a disc is playing, momentarily press the NEXT button on either the remote control (see page 8, button 18) or the DVD Player (see page 6, button 3).
9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 15 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.12. Special Effects Play (DVD-Video Only) Slow Play (forward or reverse) While a disc is playing, press either the slow forward (see page 8, button 23) or slow reverse (see page 8, button 22). Play speed will decrease to 1/2 of normal speed.
9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 16 3. In -Vehicle Entertainment System Operation 3.13. MP3 Play MP3 On Screen Display When you are playing a MP3 CD, you will see the name of the folder on the top line of the screen. The names of the songs will be shown in the columns underneath.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM Wireless Headphones To ensure the best performance from your wireless headphones, please read this carefully. 4.1. Special Features Automatic level control prevents input signal overloading. Uses high-frequency infrared light to assure a clean signal for clear reception. Adjustable headphone band for proper fit.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 4. Wireless Headphones 4.3. Headphone Battery Replacement If you notice degraded sound or poor headphone performance, battery replacement maybe required. Use your finger tip(s) to slide the battery cover down. When replacing the battery, use 2xAAA batteries, making sure the battery polarity is correct. Replace the battery cover.
9/28/2004 8:33 AM The in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM accepts video and audio RCA type connectors for all standard video games and video equipment (such as camcorders) in the auxiliary input jacks of the DVD Player. Playing Video Games Connect the video line to the YELLOW jack.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM Page 20 6. Care of the DVD Player Environmental Extremes DVD Players subjected to harsh environmental conditions may be damaged or operate at less than maximum performance. To pre- vent damage or poor performance of the DVD Player, remote con- trol, disc, monitor, or headphones, avoid leaving the vehicle: in extremely hot or cold temperatures in direct sunlight...
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM Symptom No Power. Vehicle ignition is ON, power indicator on DVD Player is OFF. Remote control does not work. Picture frozen on monitor. Remote control does not work. Player will not function, is operating in an incorrect manner.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 7. Troubleshooting Guide Symptom Audio cannot be heard through the headphone. Desire radio but video system audio is heard through the vehicle speakers. Erratic or no operation. No radio reception for AM/FM stations. DVD Player not operating properly. Number keys on remote control do not work.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM VIDEO PLAYER SPECIFICATIONS Media Compatability DVD-VIDEO, CD-DA, MP3, CD-R, Video CD Video System NTSC Audio System MPEG I, MPEG II Mechanism Style Direct Load: 5” (12cm) Disc Video System 16:9 (Default), 4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 Pan Scan Video Performance Output Level: 1.0Vp-p / 75OHM...
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 8. Specifications For further improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without prior notice. NOTE: 1. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
honda dvd manual.qxd 9/28/2004 8:33 AM 1. Turn the Monitor dome light switch to the OFF position. 2. Insert a small straight blade screw driver into the rear slot on the light lens. (see Fig. 1) Gently pivot the screw driver toward the rear of the monitor. The lens should pop out slightly.