• The cross-section of the plus and minus cable must not
exceed 1.5 mm².
• Cable protection sleeves protect cables against fraying
on sharp body parts.
• The insulation of the cables must not be damaged dur-
• It is essential to use the correct tools when installing
Depending on the model, your vehicle may deviate from
the above description. We do not accept any liability for
damage caused by installation or connection errors or for
Important Information for installing your
1. The screws (h) of the transport locking device
should be removed before installation, as otherwise
the CD cannot be inserted.
2. The device is designed for the minus pole of the
battery, which must be connected to the body of the
vehicle. Please check this before installation.
3. When installing/connecting your device please note
that not every vehicle is equipped with an "ISO con-
nection". In this case we recommend the use of an ISO
adapter specifically designed for your vehicle.
Adapters are available from car accessory shops and/
or from your vehicle workshop.
4. Depending on the specific car type, different wiring
connection of the "Duration +" wire (Constant current
connection) are available. (However, this is necessary
for storing the radio stations.)
In order to guarantee all functions, installation in line
with these instructions is essential. In cases of doubt
please contact an authorised car workshop.
Due to the various types of motor vehicles and motor
manufacturers, it is not possible to guarantee that
the pin assignment of the ISO plug is correct, even if
the ISO plug connections fit together mechanically.
It may therefore be necessary to modify the electrical
connection or use vehicle-specific adapters.
If the device is correctly connected, the radio can be
switched on and off via the ignition. If the stored
stations are lost, this indicates that the radio is
not receiving any "continuous +", current which is
required for storing the ations.
Where there is a connection to "continuous +"
without the ignition being switched on, the car
battery might be drained of power even if the radio
is switched off. This may even result in the battery
becoming completely flat.
5. The angle of inclination when a car radio is installed
must not exceed 20°, as in the case of greater angles
of inclination the function of the car radio (CD Player)
can no longer be guaranteed.
6. Depending on the specific car type, interferences
can be possibly arise during radio/CD/DVD operation.
These interferences can avoided easily with an addi-
tional Interferences filter. Your car radio is originally
prepared with an Interference Filter already.
In these case, please contact your authorized car
7. When installing your radio please ensure that there is
enough space at the rear of the radio to ensure suf-
8. For the antenna connection there are two different
norms. The first of these is the old (50 ohm) version
with a long protruding round contact on the vehicle
and a round socket on the radio end. The second is the
ISO-standardised antenna plug (150 ohm). Adapters
for both formats are available from accessory manu-
facturers and/or your car workshop.
Important information for VW/Audi vehicles: The
antenna in your vehicle may be an active antenna.
This requires a power supply which is only provided
by the original car radio. If this is the case, use an
antenna adapter for phantom power supply.
Antenna adapters can be found in car accessory
outlets and/or at your car repair shop.
Please install the car radio as shown below.
b Spring washer
c Plain washer
e Mounting bracket
f Slide-in housing
g Threaded bolt
Note: Retaining screws
(please remove before
i Extraction tool (spanner