Welcome ... 2 System Overview ... 3 in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM Features ... 6 Play and Format ... 6 Audio System ... 6 DVD Player Controls ... 7 Remote Control ... 8 Menu-Bar ... 10 Remote Control Battery Replacement ... 1 1 Media Control Panel ...
Welcome Your is designed to give you and your in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM family years of enjoyment. You can play your favorite DVDs or plug-and-play a variety of standard video games. Please review these Operating Instructions to become familiar with the entertainment system’s features and operation. Pay particular attention to the safety precautions for use of a DVD player in a vehicle.
Remote Functions Press to turn the DVD player ON/ Press to engage/disengage the vehicle’s audio speakers. Radio must be set to FM 87 .9 Press to play the DVD or to pause play temporarily Press to search backward during play Press to search forward during play Press to return to a previous scene or track...
System Overview Remote Control NOTE: When using the remote, aim it at the infrared transmitter above the video display screen. (See Item 5, p. 1 2) NOTE: Functions may operate differently depending on the disc being played. NOTE: Remote control requires two AA batteries (not included). 1.
DVD player Auxiliary input jacks (cover is non-removable) 7 Color liquid crystal display (LCD) flip-down screen Infrared wireless headphones Remote control Wireless headphone infrared transmitter/remote control receiver System Overview EJECT/LOAD LIGHT ENTER SPEAKER MENU RETURN PLAY/PAUSE STOP PREV NEXT ANGLE DISPLAY AUDIO COMP...
VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE VEHICLE VEHICLE in-VEHICLE VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT S Y S T E M S Y S T E M S Y S T E M S Y S T E M S Y S T E M Features...
1. POWER Press to turn the DVD player ON/OFF. The green power LED will illuminate when the power is on. 2. STOP/EJECT Press to stop or eject a DVD. 3. PLAY/PAUSE In stop mode, press to play a DVD. In play mode, press to suspend play temporarily.
VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM Remote Control NOTE: When using the remote, aim it at the infrared transmitter above the video display screen. (See Item 5, p. 12) NOTE: Functions may operate differently depending on the disc being played.
16. ANGLE In DVD play mode, press to select video camera angle (available on some DVD disks). 17. PREV Press PREV to go to the beginning of the current chapter or track (if pressed after 5 seconds from beginning of the chapter). If pressed within 5 seconds of beginning of the chapter, play will move to beginning of the previous chapter or track.
VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM Menu-Bar Your Honda in-VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM provides three menu-bar options. Press the DISPLAY key on the remote control VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM once to display menu-bar 1, twice to display menu-bar 2, three times to display menu-bar 3.
Remote Battery Replacement • Use a pen tip to remove the battery cover. • Battery replacement is usually required if the remote only functions at extremely close distances to the DVD player or not at all. • When replacing the batteries, use two AA batteries and install with correct orientation as indicated on the remote.
Operating Instructions Flip-Down Screen 1. Seven-inch (diagonal) color liquid crystal display (LCD) screen. 2. Aspect ratio switch. Push to convert the screen between normal view and wide screen view. 3. Dimmer control. Push (+/-) to increase or decrease screen brightness. 4.
To listen through the vehicle’s speaker system, press the FM Modulator ON/ OFF Speaker Switch ( ) on the DVD and set the radio to FM 87.9. When using the remote control, aim it at the infrared transmitter above the video display screen.
Operating Instructions Audio 1. Press DISPLAY on the remote control. 2. Select ( ) AUDIO in menu bar 1. 3. Use the keys to toggle through the menu options. 4. Press ENTER to close menu and resume play. Operation EJECT/LOAD LIGHT ENTER SPEAKER...
Operating Instructions Pause 1. Press during PLAY/PAUSE playback. STOP PREV 2. To return to playback, press PLAY. Moving to Another Track 1. Press PREV to go to PLAY/PAUSE the beginning of the current chapter or STOP PREV track (if pressed after 5 seconds from beginning of the chapter).
Operating Instructions 5. Press RETURN to exit. Erasing All Selections: 1. In STOP mode, press MENU then select in the menu bar. 2. Use to select CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL. CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL 3. Press ENTER. All selections will now be erased.
To ensure the best performance from your wireless headphones, please read this information carefully. 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.
Wireless Headphones Battery Replacement • Use a quarter or similar item to remove the battery cover. • Place two alkaline AAA batteries into the battery compartment of the headphones, making sure the batteries are properly installed. • Install the battery cover, use a coin to tighten it.
Connecting Auxiliary Video Equipment The in-VEHICLE VEHICLE VEHICLE VEHICLE VEHICLE ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM SYSTEM SYSTEM SYSTEM accepts video and audio SYSTEM RCA type connectors for all standard video games and video equipment (such as camcorders) in the auxiliary input jacks of the media control panel.
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 prevent damage or degraded performance of the DVD player, remote control or DVD, try to avoid leaving the vehicle: •...
Foreign Substances Exercise care to prevent dirt and foreign objects from entering the DVD player. Be especially careful not to spill liquids of any kind onto the DVD player. If you accidentally spill liquid onto the system, immediately turn the system OFF and consult a qualified service technician.
Troubleshooting Use the following troubleshooting chart to remedy symptoms you may experience. If the problem is not readily corrected, consult your Honda dealer. Symptom No system power. Ignition ON, power indicator light is OFF. DVD does not operate. Function indicators don’t disappear Incorrect display mode. from screen.
Symptom Cannot tune radio after listening to video system speakers. No audio from wireless headphones. Dead batteries in headphones. Video Screen displays “Disc Play Error” Video Screen displays “Load/Eject Error” Possible Cause Audio output through video system’s Press FM modulator ON/OFF FM modulator instead of vehicle antenna.
Troubleshooting Symptom Video screen displays “Disc Format Error” Video screen displays “Region Code Non-region 1 disc. Error” Video screen displays “Disc Not Present” No power at power outlet or DVD player Possible Cause Disc is inserted upside down, disc is unable to be read, or disc format is incompatible.
Precautions This display is intended for rear seat passenger viewing only – out of the driver’s view. Installation within the driver’s view is illegal in most states, provinces and countries and may lead to driver distraction. Do not insert foreign objects into the DVD player.
Safety Information Electrical Cautions and Warnings CAUTION Risk of Electrical Shock Do not open system. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not remove system cover (or back). No user- serviceable parts are inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Change or modifications not approved by Honda could void user’s authority to operate the equipment. 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.