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Triumph Trophy SE Handbook

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FOREWORD

This handbook contains information on the Triumph Trophy SE Audio System. Always store this
Audio System Handbook with the motorcycle and refer to it for information whenever
necessary.
Warnings, Cautions and
Notes
Throughout this Audio System Handbook
particularly
important
presented in the following form:
Warning
This warning symbol identifies special
instructions or procedures, which if not
correctly followed could result in personal
injury, or loss of life.
information
is
This caution symbol identifies special
instructions or procedures, which, if not
strictly observed, could result in damage to,
or destruction of, equipment.
Note:
This note symbol indicates points
of particular interest for more
efficient and convenient operation.
Foreword
Caution
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  • Page 1: Foreword

    Foreword FOREWORD This handbook contains information on the Triumph Trophy SE Audio System. Always store this Audio System Handbook with the motorcycle and refer to it for information whenever necessary. Warnings, Cautions and Notes Caution Throughout this Audio System Handbook...
  • Page 2 Swedish. Talk to Triumph Our relationship with you does not end with FCC and Industry Canada the purchase of your Triumph. Your feedback Compliance Statement on the buying and ownership experience is This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 very important in helping us develop our and Industry Canada RSS-210 (Rev.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Information The information contained in this publication is based on the latest information available at the time of printing. Triumph reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice, or obligation. Not to be reproduced wholly or in part without the written permission of Triumph Motorcycles Limited.
  • Page 4: Parts Identification

    Parts identification PARTS IDENTIFICATION chsc 1. USB connector (in cockpit stowage 8. Right hand speaker box) 9. Antenna 2. Left hand speaker 10.Tuning up (T+) button 3. Tuning down (T-) button 11. Volume down (VOL-) button 4. Volume up (VOL+) button 12.MODE/MENU button 5.
  • Page 5: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation BASIC OPERATION Table of Contents Audio Switch Unit Layout ............6 Switching On the Audio System .
  • Page 6: Audio Switch Unit Layout

    Basic Operation Audio Switch Unit Layout Switching On the Audio System With the motorcycle ignition on, pressing either the VOL+ or MODE/MENU buttons on the audio switch unit will turn the audio system on. The instruments will display the current audio ®...
  • Page 7: Switching Off The Audio System

    Basic Operation Switching Off the Audio Low Voltage Power Off System 144.2 144.2 1892 1892 LOW VOLTAGE RADIO OFF Low Voltage Power Off Radio Off The on-board electronics will determine if the battery is sufficiently charged to power the Press and hold the VOL- button on the audio audio system;...
  • Page 8: Adjusting The Volume

    Basic Operation Adjusting the Volume Muting the Volume VOLUME 10 144.2 1892 1892 AF TA RG RADIO 1 MUTE 97.9 Volume Adjustment Volume Mute Press the VOL- button to decrease the Press and hold the VOL- button on the audio volume and VOL+ to increase the volume.
  • Page 9: Radio Settings

    Basic Operation Radio Settings Audio Adjustment adjustment method different, Adjustments provided Bass, depending on the speed of the motorcycle. Mid-range and Treble, Automatic Volume The two adjustment methods are described Control (AVC) and Audio Output (speakers below: or headsets). Motorcycle Stationary Adjustment Range To access the AUDIO SETUP menu: Bass, Mid-range and Treble...
  • Page 10 Basic Operation 2. Press and release the SCROLL button 4. Press the SCROLL button up or down to until AUDIO SETUP is highlighted. Press make the adjustment. the SELECT button to enter the menu 5. Press the SELECT button to save and exit item.
  • Page 11 Basic Operation Motorcycle Moving 3. Press the SCROLL button up or down to make the adjustment. 4. Press the MODE/MENU button to save Warning the adjustment and exit. Any adjustments made to audio system settings when the motorcycle is moving TRIP 1 must be carried out only when it is safe to do so.
  • Page 12 Basic Operation If TONE is selected, options for bass, The display will scroll through in the following mid range and treble will be available. order: Press and release the SCROLL button until • BASS; the desired tone setting is displayed. Press the •...
  • Page 13: Radio - All Markets Except Usa And Canada

    Radio RADIO All Markets Except USA and Canada Table of Contents Selecting the Source or Waveband ..........14 Finding and Saving Radio Stations .
  • Page 14: Selecting The Source Or Waveband

    Radio Selecting the Source or All Markets Except Europe, USA and Canada Waveband • Press and release the MODE/MENU button • to cycle through the available input sources • USB or iPod (iPod will display only if or radio wavebands. The audio system will iPod iPhone device...
  • Page 15: Finding And Saving Radio Stations

    Radio Finding and Saving Radio Save a Radio Station to a Preset Stations Tune the radio to the desired radio station (see page 15). Search for a Radio Station Press and hold the PRESET button until the central display area shows the next available Press and hold the Tuning up (T+) or Tuning preset.
  • Page 16: Select A Stored Preset

    Radio Select a Stored Preset Erase All Stored Presets Press and release the PRESET button to cycle To access the PRESETS menu: through the stored presets one at a time. The With the motorcycle stationary, press and instruments will display P1 up to P15 (or the hold the MODE/MENU button on the highest preset stored) in the lower display audio...
  • Page 17: Radio Data System (Rds)

    Radio The audio system will scroll through in the Radio Data System (RDS) following order: Note: • CLEAR FM; • RDS is not available in Japan. • CLEAR MW (Europe) or AM (All Markets Except Europe, USA and RDS is a service provided by radio stations Canada);...
  • Page 18: Regional Frequency (Rg)

    Radio Alternative Frequency (AF) RDS Options Adjustment Alternative frequency (AF) allows the audio Note: system to re-tune to a different frequency • The following settings can only be that provides the same station, when the first adjusted when the motorcycle is signal becomes too weak (e.g.
  • Page 19: Programme Type (Pty)

    Radio Press the SCROLL button up or down to Programme Type (PTY) toggle each item on or off and press the Radio stations assign different SELECT button to save the setting and move programme types to their shows, depending to the next item. on what is being broadcast at a particular time of day.
  • Page 20 Radio 3. Press and release the SCROLL button The display will scroll through in the following until the PROG TYPE is highlighted. order: Press the SELECT button to enter the • NEWS; item. • AFFAIRS (Current Affairs); • INFO (Information); SOURCE SETUP •...
  • Page 21: Radio - Usa And Canada Only

    Radio RADIO USA and Canada Only Table of Contents Selecting the Source or Waveband ..........22 Finding and Saving Radio Stations .
  • Page 22: Selecting The Source Or Waveband

    Radio Selecting the Source or Finding and Saving Radio Waveband Stations Press and release the MODE/MENU button Search for a Radio Station to cycle through the available input source or Press and hold the Tuning up (T+) or Tuning radio waveband. The audio system will scroll down (T-) buttons to seek through the through in the following order: available stations.
  • Page 23: Save A Radio Station To A Preset

    Radio Save a Radio Station to a Preset Select a Stored Preset Tune the radio to the desired radio station Press and release the PRESET button to cycle (see page 22). through the stored presets one at a time. The instruments will display P1 up to P15 (or the Press and hold the PRESET button until the highest preset stored) in the lower display...
  • Page 24: Erase All Stored Presets

    Radio Erase All Stored Presets The audio system will scroll through in the following order: To access the PRESETS menu: • CLEAR FM; With the motorcycle stationary, press and • CLEAR AM; hold the MODE/MENU button on the • CLEAR XM. audio switch unit...
  • Page 25: Weather Radio (Wx)

    Radio ® Weather Radio (WX) SiriusXM Satellite Radio Weather Radio is a network of radio stations About SiriusXM Satellite Radio broadcasting continuous weather SiriusXM is North America’s number one information, warnings, watches, forecasts and satellite radio company, offering other hazard information 24 hours a day, 7 extraordinary variety of commercial-free days a week in the United States and music, plus the best in premier sports, news,...
  • Page 26: Siriusxm Subscription

    • On the outside of the audio unit 3. Select the XM mode (see page 22). (contact your authorized Triumph Ensure that the headlights and any other dealer for details of where to find electrical accessory is switched off to this).
  • Page 27: Siriusxm Channel Name/Number Display

    Radio SiriusXM Channel Name/ CHANNEL NUMBER will scroll through each channel number in turn. Number Display When the audio system is set to XM Satellite Radio, the instruments display the channel 144.2 name by default. After a brief delay the display will show the 1892 artist and song title.
  • Page 28: Siriusxm Display Adjustment

    Radio SiriusXM Display Adjustment Press the SCROLL button up or down to select the XM display mode and press the Note: SELECT button to save the setting and exit. • The following settings can only be EXIT adjusted when the motorcycle is XM DISPLAY stationary and the ignition is turned on.
  • Page 29: Siriusxm Categories

    Radio SiriusXM Categories Note: • XM Channels can be stored to SiriusXM Satellite Radio divides presets (see page 23) and will be programmes in to categories such as ALL, available regardless of the XM POP, ROCK, COUNTRY, DANCE/ Category selected. ELECTRONIC, ENTERTAINMENT, NEWS, SPORTS etc.
  • Page 30: Siriusxm Category Selection

    Radio SiriusXM Category Selection Press the SCROLL button up or down to select the desired XM Category and press the Note: SELECT button to save the setting and exit. • The following settings can only be XM DISPLAY adjusted when the motorcycle is stationary and the ignition is XM CATEGORY turned on.
  • Page 31: External Media Players And Telephone

    External Media Players and Telephone EXTERNAL MEDIA PLAYERS AND TELEPHONE Table of Contents Selecting the Audio Source ........... . 32 Connection To The Motorcycle .
  • Page 32: External Media Players And Telephone

    External Media Players and Telephone Selecting the Audio Source USA and Canada Only • Press and release the MODE/MENU button • to cycle through the available input sources or radio wavebands. • The audio system will scroll through in the •...
  • Page 33: Connection To The Motorcycle

    External Media Players and Telephone Connection To The Universal Serial Bus (USB) Motorcycle Requirements Input sources can be connected to the Suitable audio devices (such as MP3 players) motorcycle in three ways: or media storage devices (such as USB • Universal Serial Bus (USB) (see drives) can be connected to the audio system page 33);...
  • Page 34: Connecting The Audio Device Via Usb

    Caution trapped. Triumph Motorcycles Limited will not be Switch on the audio system (see page 6). liable for any damage to, or loss of data Select the audio source (see page 32).
  • Page 35: Ipod And Iphone Device Playback

    External Media Players and Telephone iPod and iPhone Device SOURCE SETUP Playback EXIT Connect a compatible iPod or iPhone device RDS OPTIONS to the USB connection as described on page 34. PROG TYPE A full list of compatible devices is listed in the iPod CATEGORY Specifications section on page 50.
  • Page 36: Button On The Audio Switch Unit Until Ipod

    External Media Players and Telephone Motorcycle Moving 4. Press the MODE/MENU button to save the adjustment and exit. Warning TRIP 1 Any adjustments made to audio system settings when the motorcycle is moving must be carried out only when it is safe to do so.
  • Page 37: Ipod Album/Artist/Playlist Selection

    External Media Players and Telephone iPod Album/Artist/Playlist Selection to the next or previous artist in alphabetical order. While the iPod or iPhone device is the Album source, press and hold the PRESET button on the audio switch unit until the If sorted by album, the selection of albums iPod Adjust menu is displayed in the will be sorted alphabetically:...
  • Page 38: Ipod Device Track Selection

    External Media Players and Telephone iPod Device Track Selection Alternative Sources While the iPod or iPhone device is the Bluetooth Audio source, press and release the PRESET A streaming music device can be connected button on the audio switch unit to display to the audio system via Bluetooth wireless the iPod track list in the centre of the technology (see page 44).
  • Page 39: Satellite Navigation Systems

    3.5 mm jack inside the cockpit. A displayed in the lower instrument display suitable lead is available from your authorised screen. Triumph dealer. For full details refer to the instructions Bluetooth Audio Settings supplied in the navigation mount kit and...
  • Page 40: Alt Source (Alternative Source) Menu

    External Media Players and Telephone NAV Audio ALT SOURCE (Alternative Source) Menu The audio system supports the playback of music and other compatible audio files from Note: your compatible navigation system, allowing the playback of audio files stored on the •...
  • Page 41: Telephone

    External Media Players and Telephone Press the SCROLL button up or down to Telephone toggle each item on or off and press the SELECT button to save the setting and move Incoming Phone Calls to the next item. Note: iPod CATEGORY •...
  • Page 42 External Media Players and Telephone To Answer or Ignore a Call To End a Call Press the SCROLL button up or down and Press the PRESET button to end the call. select ANSWER or IGNORE. CALL ANSWER 1892 01455 251700 PHONE Answer a Call CALL...
  • Page 43: Bluetooth ® Setup

    Bluetooth BLUETOOTH Table of Contents Bluetooth Requirements............44 Bluetooth Setup .
  • Page 44: Bluetooth Setup

    Bluetooth Bluetooth Requirements Bluetooth Setup The audio system is equipped with Bluetooth Pairing wireless technology version 2. 1 + EDR. This allows wireless connectivity to Bluetooth Note: headsets, streaming music devices and • The following settings can only be compatible mobile phones. adjusted when the motorcycle is You can connect up to two devices: stationary and the ignition is...
  • Page 45 PAIR be required to accept the connection to the motorcycle (the motorcycle device name will UNPAIR ALL be TROPHY SE), or the device may accept Device Pairing the connection automatically. Refer to the device manufacturer’s instructions for details. EXIT will return to the previous BLUETOOTH SETUP screen.
  • Page 46 Bluetooth Un-pairing ENTER PIN Note: • Un-pairing is similar for mobile phones headsets. UNPAIR ALL following procedure describes Enter Pin Screen un-pairing a typical mobile phone stored as DEVICE 2. The display will either show DEVICE 2 To access the BLUETOOTH menu; PAIRED if pairing was successful, or PAIRING FAILED if pairing was unsuccessful.
  • Page 47 Bluetooth If a device is paired as DEVICE 2 the display To un-pair all paired devices, select the will show DEVICE 2 - UNPAIR. Bluetooth menu as described above and press the SCROLL button up or down to DEVICE 2 select UNPAIR ALL and press SELECT.
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  • Page 49: Specifications

    Specifications SPECIFICATIONS • Digital Signal Processor (DSP) for optimised audio output • Automatic Volume Control (AVC) - automatically adjusts volume based on vehicle speed • FM/MW/LW radio tuner (European markets only) • FM/AM radio tuner (all markets except Europe, USA and Canada) •...
  • Page 50 Specifications Made for...
  • Page 51 Index INDEX ALT SOURCE Menu ....40 Radio Data System (RDS) ... . . 17 Alternative Sources .
  • Page 52 Index Weather Radio (WX)....25 XM Activation ..... . 26 XM Categories .
  • Page 53 Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Triumph Motorcycles Limited is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. ® ® Sirius Satellite Radio...