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The model and serial numbers are located on the
bottom of the unit.
Record the serial number in the space provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. XAV-701HD Serial No.
©2012 Sony Corporation
This HD Radio receiver enables:
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  • Page 1 The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. XAV-701HD Serial No. XAV-701HD ©2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 FOR UNITED STATES CUSTOMERS. NOT Be sure to install this unit in the dashboard of APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING the car for safety. For installation and IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. connections, refer to the supplied “Installation/Connections” guide. POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS AUX ÉTATS-UNIS.
  • Page 3 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Notes on safety ......7 Listing up tracks/video files — List ..25 Selecting a track/video file .
  • Page 5 Selecting a file type....33 Operating a Bluetooth device with this unit......43 Selecting the play mode.
  • Page 6 Using Optional Equipment Auxiliary audio/video equipment... 58 SiriusXM Connect Tuner ....58 Rear view camera ..... . . 59 Rear view camera settings .
  • Page 7: Notes On Safety

    “DVD+RW” are trademarks. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
  • Page 9: Notes On Bluetooth Function

    Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly BlackBerry is the property of Research In approved by Sony may void the user’s authority to Motion Limited and is registered and/or used in operate the equipment. the U.S. and countries around the world. Used Please check for exceptions, due to national under license from Research In Motion Limited.
  • Page 10: Notice On License

    The source code for the above-listed software is available on the Web. To download, please access the following URL then select the model name “XAV-701HD.” URL: Please note that Sony cannot answer or respond to any inquiries regarding the content of the source code.
  • Page 11: Playable Discs And File Types

    Playable discs and file types This unit can play various video/audio discs. The following chart helps you to check if a disc is supported by this unit, as well as what functions are available for a given disc type. Disc symbol in manual Disc format DVD VIDEO DVD-R*...
  • Page 12: Location And Function Of Controls

    Location and function of controls Main unit H SOURCE/OFF button For details, see the pages listed below. Press to turn on the power/change the source: A Disc slot page 20 “Tuner” (HD Radio), “Telenav,” “Pandora,” “MirrorLink™,” “SXM,* ” “iPod,” “USB (located behind the front panel) Music,”...
  • Page 13 A ATT (Attenuate) Screen displays Indication list: B ZONE × ZONE C TAG D Bluetooth status indications page 37 E Clock page 16 F “ZONE × ZONE” key Touch to activate Zone × Zone. G Option key Touch to open HOME Option menu. The items in the Home Option menu are as Home Screen: follows:...
  • Page 14: Rm-x271 Remote Commander

    F EQ (Equalizer) button RM-X271 Remote Commander Press to select an equalizer curve from 7 • The remote commander can be used to operate music types (“Xplod”/“Vocal”/“Edge”/ the audio controls. For menu operations, use “Cruise”/“Space”/“Gravity”/“Custom”/ the touch panel. “OFF”). • For details, see the pages listed below. •...
  • Page 15: Getting Started

    N ZAP button Getting Started Press to enter ZAPPIN™ mode. Resetting the unit O </M/m/, (Cursor)/ENTER buttons page 18, 20 Before operating the unit for the first time, or Tuner/SXM: after replacing the car battery or changing the Press to tune to stations automatically. connections, you must reset the unit.
  • Page 16: Setting The Clock

    • For details on setting the character encoding, Radio see page 51. • For details on setting the display language, see page 51. Note Program Service Data: Contributes to the Some characters may not be displayed correctly, superior user experience of HD Radio depending on the language/country/region.
  • Page 17: Listening To The Radio

    (List)* Listening to the radio Touch to display the list for selecting the main/supplemental program (only when Press (HOME), then touch “Tuner.” digital broadcast is being received) The radio reception display appears. (page 18). Touch the current band. The band list appears. Touch to register the preset item.
  • Page 18: Reception Indications

    Touch “BTM.” Reception indications The unit stores the first six available stations Play operation display: in the preset list (“1” to “6”). To return to the playback screen, touch Storing manually While receiving the station that you want to store, touch , then touch a number in the list (“1”...
  • Page 19: Using Itunes Tagging

    1 Place your iPod on the connector of the unit. Using iTunes Tagging The unit automatically starts transferring You can save the name of a song broadcast on an saved song information. The “TAG” indicator HD Radio station to this unit with a few easy flashes during the transfer.
  • Page 20: Discs

    Playback controls Discs Touch the display if the playback controls are not Playing discs displayed. Depending on the disc, some operations may be different or restricted. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your disc. Press Z on the main unit. The front panel opens automatically.
  • Page 21: Playback Indications

    Note If the disc contains multiple file types, only the selected file type (audio/video) can be played. For Touch to list up tracks/video files. details on how to select the file type, see “Selecting a (page 25) file type” on page 25. Touch to change Visualizer, which Playback indications contains the following items:...
  • Page 22: Using Pbc (playback Control) Functions

    *1 Indications differ depending on the content. Configuring audio settings *2 When playing a VCD with PBC functions (page 22), “PBC” appears. *3 DVD only. Note *4 During VCD playback with PBC functions, no Discs in DTS format are not supported. The sound is indication appears.
  • Page 23: Changing The Audio Channel

    Repeat and shuffle play Changing the audio channel When playing a VCD, you can listen to both the MPEG-4 right and left channel, only the right channel, or only the left channel via both the right and left During playback, touch “Repeat” speakers.
  • Page 24: Direct Search Play

    The shuffle options and switching order of each Direct search play disc/format are indicated below. Disc/format Options “OFF”: Returns to normal play MPEG-4 mode. You can directly locate a desired point by “Title”: Plays chapters in the specifying the title number, chapter number, etc. current title in random order.
  • Page 25: Listing Up Tracks/video Files - List

    Listing up tracks/video files — USB Music List Playing music Selecting a track/video file Connect the USB device to the USB port. MPEG-4 Press (HOME), then touch “USB You can list up albums/folders/tracks/video files, Music.” and select a desired one to play. Playback starts.
  • Page 26: Options

    Enjoying music according to Select the following items: your mood — SensMe™ Gate/Balloon/Glow/Animal/Albums/ Graffiti/Ink/Random Sony’s unique “SensMe™ channels” feature automatically group tracks by channel or mood, Repeat and shuffle play and allow you to enjoy music intuitively. During playback, touch “Repeat”...
  • Page 27: Playing Tracks In Channels - Sensme™ Channels

    Channel list For USB devices other than “WALKMAN,” connect via MSC mode. x Basic channels “Media Go” starts automatically. Plays tracks according to the music type. If a message appears, follow the on-screen instructions to proceed. “Energetic”: Plays up-tempo and high-energy Drag and drop tracks from Windows music.
  • Page 28: Selecting An Album By Cover Art

    Selecting an album by cover art USB Video Playing video While the list screen appears, touch MPEG-4 Touch the cover art of the album you want to play. Connect the USB device to the USB Playback starts. port. Press (HOME), then touch “USB Options Video.”...
  • Page 29: Options

    Selecting video files Touch to play a track file. During playback, touch The list of categories or files from the Touch to pause playback. currently played item appears. * The speed depends on the format or the recording To scroll the list, move the scrollbar up and method.
  • Page 30: Usb Photo

    Options USB Photo Viewing Photos To play slideshow During playback, touch Connect the USB device to the USB The menu list appears. port. Touch Press (HOME), then touch “USB The slideshow starts. Photo.” Touch “All pictures,” or “Folders,” To set as wallpaper then select the picture or folders.
  • Page 31: Selecting Photo Files

    To change the settings Selecting photo files While the list screen appears, touch During playback, touch The menu list appears. The list of categories or files from the currently played item appears. Touch To move to the upper level, touch The options are indicated below.
  • Page 32: Notes On Usb Playback

    Notes on USB playback iPod • MSC (Mass Storage Class) can be used. For details on the compatibility of your iPod, see • Compatible codecs are MP3 (.mp3), WMA “About iPod” on page 63 or visit the support site (.wma), AAC/HE-AAC (.m4a), JPEG (.jpg), on the back cover.
  • Page 33: Listing Up Tracks/video Files - List

    About resuming mode Selecting a file type When the iPod currently playing is connected to You can select the file type to list up, then select the dock connector, the mode of this unit changes the desired file to play. to resuming mode and playback starts in the mode set by the iPod.
  • Page 34: Operating An Ipod Directly - Passenger App Control

    For video playback Useful Functions “All”: Repeats all video files in the iPod. “Track”: Repeats the current video. Searching for a track by “Group”*: Repeats the current item of the listening to track passages selected play mode. — ZAPPIN™ The shuffle options are as follows: While playing short track passages from a USB For audio playback device or an iPod in sequence, you can search for...
  • Page 35: Controlling Applications On Your Smartphone - Mirrorlink

    – CSO (page 47) Now you can use Telenav ® GPS with your – HPF, LPF (page 54) Sony ® receiver. Simply connect your Telenav ® – Rear Bass Enhancer (page 47) GPS to the car and see directions on your receiver screen while hearing them over the car speakers.
  • Page 36: Customizing The Button Color - Custom Color

    Move the scrollbar up and down to Radio reception: select the desired preset color, then receive stored stations (go press it. forward). Draw a vertical DVD/VCD/Xvid/MPEG-4 Customizing the button color — line playback: Custom Color (upwards) fast-forward the video. You can register a customized color for the Audio playback: buttons.
  • Page 37: Handsfree Calling And Audio Streaming - Bluetooth Function

    Bluetooth status indications Handsfree Calling and Audio Streaming — Bluetooth function None: Bluetooth signal is off. Lit: Bluetooth signal is on. Before using the Bluetooth None: No device is connected for function audio streaming. Flashing: Connection is in progress. Lit: A device is connected. Basic procedure of the Bluetooth None: No cellular phone is connected function...
  • Page 38: Pairing

    (page 43) and the other A device list appears on the display of the Bluetooth device. device. This unit is displayed as “Sony Automotive.” To connect from the other Bluetooth device Operate the other Bluetooth device to connect to this unit.
  • Page 39: Handsfree Calling

    By the call history Handsfree calling The unit stores the last 20 calls, allowing you to select one quickly from the list. Once the unit is connected to the cellular phone, Press (HOME), then touch “Phone.” you can make/receive handsfree calls by The Bluetooth Phone display appears.
  • Page 40: Receiving Calls

    • Do not use the voice dial function on the cellular Note phone while it is connected to this unit. Depending on the cellular phone, connection may be • Noises such as the engine running may interfere cut off when call transfer is attempted. with sound recognition.
  • Page 41: Phonebook Management

    Phonebook management Browsing a phonebook You can browse its phonebook data. You can store up to 500 contacts in the You can also make a call to a contact. phonebook. Press (HOME), then touch “Phone.” Notes The Bluetooth Phone display appears. •...
  • Page 42: Call Data Management

    Call data management Phone option menu The Phone option menu can be configured in Deleting call history “Phone.” You can delete the items in the call history. Press (HOME), then touch “Phone.” Touch To delete all items in the call history The Phone option menu appears.
  • Page 43: Audio Streaming

    Audio streaming General Settings about Bluetooth Listening to a Bluetooth device via The Bluetooth settings can be configured in this unit “General Settings.” If the other device supports A2DP (Advanced Touch , and move the scrollbar up Audio Distribution Profile), you can listen to the and down.
  • Page 44: Pandora ® Internet Radio

    ® To connect the iPhone Pandora internet radio Press (HOME), then touch “Pandora.” ® Pandora internet radio is available to stream ® Launch the Pandora application on music through your Android, BlackBerry phones the iPhone. and iPhone. ® You can control Pandora on a connected device Connect this unit and iPhone.
  • Page 45: Creating A Station

    Creating a Station Sound Adjustment A new station can be created based on the track Selecting the sound quality or artist being played. It will be accessible from ® — EQ7 your Pandora account immediately. During playback, touch , then You can select an equalizer curve from 7 music in “Station.”...
  • Page 46: Adjusting The Sound Characteristics

    Touch “OK.” Optimizing sound for the The setting is complete. listening position Other equalizer types are also adjustable. — Intelligent Time Alignment The unit can change the localization of sound by Adjusting the sound delaying the sound output from each speaker to characteristics suit your position, and simulate a natural sound field with the feeling of being in the center of it...
  • Page 47: Calibrating The Listening Position - Intelligent Time Alignment Tune

    Calibrating the listening position Speaker configuration and — Intelligent Time Alignment Tune volume setup You can precisely calibrate your listening position from each speaker so that the sound Creating a virtual center speaker delay reaches the listener more correctly. — CSO Before starting, measure the distance between your listening position and each speaker.
  • Page 48: Adjusting The Speaker Volume

    Adjusting the speaker volume Monitor Adjustment You can adjust the volume level of each Adjusting the monitor angle connected speaker. The adjustable speakers are “Front R” (Front You can adjust the monitor angle for best Right), “Front L” (Front Left), “Surround L” viewing.
  • Page 49: Customizing The Picture

    To return to the previous display, touch Selecting the aspect ratio Notes • This setting is available only when the parking brake You can change the screen aspect ratio. is set. The options are indicated below. • This setting is not available for USB Video. “Normal”: Picture with 4:3 Customizing the picture aspect ratio (regular picture).
  • Page 50: Basic Setting Operation

    Basic setting operation Settings The setting menu includes the following You can set items in the menu via the following categories. procedure. • : General Settings (page 51) For example, when setting the Key Illumination: • : Sound Settings (page 53) Press (HOME), then touch “Settings.”...
  • Page 51: General Settings

    General Settings Touch “Settings” c c the desired item c the desired option. For details on this procedure, see “Basic setting operation” on page 50. For details, see the pages listed below. “z” indicates the default setting. Item Option Purpose Unit status L-Audio/ Navigation Source...
  • Page 52 Item Option Purpose Unit status Key Illumination (page 35) Rainbow (z) To change the color of the (12 preset buttons. colors, customized Any status color and 5 preset patterns) Touch Panel Adjust – – Any status (page 48) Camera Input To deactivate the input.
  • Page 53: Sound Settings

    Sound Settings Touch “Settings” c c the desired item c the desired option. For details on this procedure, see “Basic setting operation” on page 50. For details, see the pages listed below. “z” indicates the default setting. Item Option Purpose Unit status EQ7 (page 45) OFF (z)
  • Page 54 Item Option Purpose Unit status Crossover Filter LPF: 50 Hz, To select the cut-off 60 Hz, 80 Hz, Selects the cut-off frequency frequency. (Available only 100 Hz (z), of the front/rear speakers when “Subwoofer” is set to 120 Hz (HPF) and subwoofer (LPF). “ON.”) HPF: OFF (z) To not cut out the...
  • Page 55: Visual Settings

    Visual Settings Touch “Settings” c c the desired item c the desired option. For details on this procedure, see “Basic setting operation” on page 50. For details, see the pages listed below. “z” indicates the default setting. Item Option Purpose Unit status Dimmer To deactivate the dimmer.
  • Page 56: Source Settings

    Source Settings Touch “Settings” c c the desired item c the desired option. For details on this procedure, see “Basic setting operation” on page 50. For details, see the pages listed below. “z” indicates the default setting. Item Option Purpose Unit status DVD Direct Search Chapter (z)
  • Page 57 Item Option Purpose Unit status Monitor Type 16:9 (z) To display a wide picture. Selects an aspect ratio suitable Suitable when connecting for the connected monitor. to a wide-screen monitor or (The screen aspect ratio of this a monitor with a wide unit also changes.) mode function.
  • Page 58: Auxiliary Audio/video Equipment

    SiriusXM Connect Tuner Using Optional Equipment Auxiliary audio/video By connecting an optional SiriusXM Connect Tuner, you can use the features and functions of equipment the SiriusXM satellite radio (SiriusXM subscriptions sold separately). You can connect up to 2 optional devices, such as For more details on services, visit the following a portable media player, game console, etc., to web site:...
  • Page 59: Rear View Camera

    iTunes Tagging Rear view camera settings You can save the name of a song broadcast from a SiriusXM channel to this unit with a few easy You can display setting items on the picture from steps. For details, see “iTunes Tagging” the rear view camera to assist operation.
  • Page 60: Additional Information

    Notes on discs Additional Information • Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat Precautions sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight. • Cool off the unit beforehand if your car has been •...
  • Page 61: Playback Order Of Mp3/wma/aac/xvid

    Notes on finalizing discs About WMA files The following discs are required to be finalized to WMA* files meeting the following play on this unit. requirements can be played. Playback is not be • DVD-R/DVD-R DL (in video mode/VR mode) guaranteed for all WMA files meeting the •...
  • Page 62 About Linear PCM files • Frame rate: Max. 30 fps (30p/60i) • Resolution: Max. 1,280 × 720 * Linear PCM files meeting the following • Media File format: MP4 file format requirements can be played. Playback is not be • File extension: .mp4, .m4v guaranteed for all Linear PCM files meeting the •...
  • Page 63: About Ipod

    *2 Sampling frequency may not correspond to all • You do not need to use a cable for connection encoders. since Bluetooth technology is a wireless *3 Copyright protected AAC-LC files cannot be played technology, neither is it necessary for the devices back.
  • Page 64: Maintenance

    If you have any questions or problems concerning Insert both release keys your unit that are not covered in these Operating simultaneously until they click. Instructions, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Maintenance Replacing the lithium battery of the remote commander Under normal conditions, the battery will last approximately 1 year.
  • Page 65: Specifications

    Maximum current: 1 A Specifications Wireless Communication Communication System: FOR UNITED STATES CUSTOMERS. NOT Bluetooth Standard version 2.1 + EDR APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING Output: IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. Bluetooth Standard Power Class 2 (Max. +4 dBm) Maximum communication range: POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS AUX Line of sight approx.
  • Page 66: Troubleshooting

    Optional accessories/equipment: Stored stations and correct time are erased. Mobile monitor: XVM-B62 The fuse has blown. Rear View Camera: XA-R800C The unit makes noise when the position of the Navigation Module: XA-NV100T ignition is switched. The leads are not matched correctly with the car’s Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed accessory power connector.
  • Page 67: Disc Operation

    Automatic tuning is not possible. Sound The broadcast signal is too weak. There is no sound/sound skips/sound cracks. t Perform manual tuning. • A connection has not been made correctly. Sound skips or repeats. • Check the connection to the connected equipment, This may happen while this unit switches from analog and set the input selector of the equipment to the signal to digital signal or vice versa, because the radio...
  • Page 68 The disc does not start playing from the The talker’s voice volume is low. beginning. Raise the volume during a call. Resume playback or multi-disc resume playback The other party says that the volume is too low (page 57) has taken effect. or high.
  • Page 69: Error Displays/messages

    Pairing failed due to time out. Database update couldn’t be completed. Depending on the connecting device, the time limit for Database update was canceled due to a problem. t Try to update the database again. pairing may be short. Try completing the pairing within the time by setting a single digit passkey.
  • Page 70 There may be an internal malfunction. t Check the connection. If the error indication playable. remains on the display, consult your nearest Sony The sound in DTS format is not audible. dealer. Discs in DTS format are not supported. Sound is not Output connection failure.
  • Page 71 Please launch Telenav application on mobile Pandora Error ® device. An error occurred while using Pandora t Disconnect, then reconnect the mobile device • Telenav application on the iPhone is not launched. t Install the Telenav application (if not instaled), with this unit.
  • Page 72 Wait until the desired point of contents stored. If these solutions do not help improve the situation, consult your nearest Sony dealer. If you take the unit to be repaired because of disc playback trouble, bring the disc that was used at the...
  • Page 73: Language Code List

    Language code list Language code list The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard. Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language 1027 Afar 1183 Irish 1347 Maori 1507 Samoan 1028 Abkhazian 1186 Scots Gaelic 1349 Macedonian 1508 Shona 1032...
  • Page 74: Operating Instructions

    If you have any questions/problems regarding this product, try the following: Read Troubleshooting in these Operating Instructions. Reset the unit. Note: Stored data may be erased. Please contact (U.S.A. only); 1-800-222-7669 Call Sony Corporation Printed in Thailand...
  • Page 75 4-422-721-11(1) AV Center Installation/Connections Installation/Raccordement Instalación/Conexiones XAV-701HD...
  • Page 76       × 2 × 2    × 8 × 2  Equipment used in illustrations (not supplied) Appareils utilisés dans les illustrations (non fournis) Equipo utilizado en las ilustraciones (no suministrado) Front speaker Haut-parleur avant iPhone Altavoz frontal...
  • Page 77 Black Noir Rouge Negro Rojo Blue/white striped Yellow Rayé bleu/blanc Jaune BATTERY REM OUT Con rayas azules/blancas Amarillo Max. supply current: 0.4 A Courant max. fourni : 0,4 A Corriente máx. de alimentación: 0,4 A Orange/white striped Light green Rayé orange/blanc Vert clair ILLUMINATION Con rayas naranjas/blancas...
  • Page 78 AV (XA-NV100T) (non fourni)) Conseil Certaines voitures peuvent ne pas recevoir le signal correctement. En pareil cas, consultez votre détaillant Sony le plus proche. Z×Z L / R Remarques sur les câbles de commande et d’alimentation  Le câble REM OUT (rayé bleu/blanc) fournit une alimentation de +12 V CC lorsque vous mettez l’appareil en marche.
  • Page 79 Foot brake type Hand brake type Type de frein à pied Type de frein à main Tipo de freno de pedal Tipo de freno manual Parking brake switch cord Cordon du capteur du frein à main Cable de conmutación del freno de estacionamiento Parking brake switch cord Cordon du capteur du frein à...
  • Page 80          Dashboard Larger than 182 mm (7 Tableau de bord Supérieure à 182 mm (7 Tablero Superior a 182 mm  Larger than 111 mm (4 Supérieure à 111 mm (4 Superior a 111 mm Claws Griffes ...
  • Page 81 -A Fixation sur le pare-soleil depende del automóvil. Consulte al distribuidor del automóvil o al distribuidor Sony más cercano para obtener -B Installing on the dashboard Fixez le microphone sur le clip más detalles.
  • Page 85 Parts: For a period of three (3) years from the original date of purchase of product ( “ Parts Warranty ” ), Sony will supply new or refurbished replacement parts in exchange for parts determined to be defective.

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