AEG CS MP 850 BT Instruction Manual

Support usb/ sd/ mmc interface car cd/ mp3 / wma player / receiver.
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SUPPORT USB/ SD/ MMC INTERFACE
CAR CD/ MP3 / WMA PLAYER / RECEIVER
CS MP 850 BT
BLUETOOTH MP3 WMA USB SD MMC RECEIVER
CS MP 850 BT
COPY
MIC
REC
RECORD
100
WATTS X 4
PAU
INT
RPT
RDM
MENU
10 R - 02 0915
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    SUPPORT USB/ SD/ MMC INTERFACE CAR CD/ MP3 / WMA PLAYER / RECEIVER CS MP 850 BT BLUETOOTH MP3 WMA USB SD MMC RECEIVER CS MP 850 BT COPY RECORD WATTS X 4 MENU 10 R - 02 0915...

  • Page 2: Moisture Condensation

    1. NOTE OF DISCS MOISTURE CONDENSATION On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. In such a case, remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the moisture has evaporated.

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    2. INSTALLATION Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily and make sure it is all connected up properly and the unit and system work properly. Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions.

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    Removing the unit a. Frame b. Insert fingers into the groove in the front of frame and pull out to remove the frame. (When re-attaching the frame, point the side with a groove down wards and attach it.) c. Insert the levers supplied with the unit into the grooves at both sides of the unit as shown in figure until they click.

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    3. DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL (D.C.P .) Removing The Detachable Control Panel (D.C.P .). 1. Turn the power off 2. Press the D.C.P . release button 3. Remove the D.C.P . PANEL RELEASE BUTTON Attaching the DCP 1. Attach the panel at the right side first, with point B on the main unit touching point A on the D.C.P .

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    4. WIRING DIAGRAM (20 PIN + ISO + SMALL CONNECTOR) ANTENNA ANTENNA EXTENDER JACK CABLE FUSE 20-PIN BLUE AUDIO/POWER HARNESS (See Figure 1) RCA-TO-RCA CABLES SUB WOOFER WHITE (not supplied) WOOFER RCA-TO-RCA CABLES WHITE (not supplied) GREY REAR LINE OUT WARNING Connecting the ISO Connector The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you drive.Make sure to make the proper connections to prevent damage to the unit.

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    5.PANEL OPEN/CLOSE OPERATION (MOTORIZED SLIDE DOWN VERSION) This unit is equipped with the most advanced full logic motorized slide down system. You can enjoy this advance technology with just a single press of the “OPEN” button Please read carefully the following operation instruction before operating the unit. OPEN / CLOSE THE PANEL: Press the Open button to slide down (open) a closed panel or to slide up (close) an opened panel.

  • Page 8: Control Panel Function

    6. CONTROL PANEL FUNCTION BLUETOOTH MP3 WMA USB SD MMC RECEIVER CS MP 850 BT COPY RECORD WATTS X 4 MENU OPERATIONS: SYSTEM TUNER CD/MP3/WMA Blue Tooth Short Long Short Long Short Long Short Long Press Press Press Press Press...

  • Page 9: Basic Operations

    7. BASIC OPERATIONS 3) PANEL RELEASE BUTTON (REL) Press this button to remove the control panel. 1) POWER ON/OFF BUTTON ( Press POWER button or any other button on the front of the radio (except Open/Eject) to turn the unit on. Press POWER button again to turn the unit off. 23) MUTE BUTTON (MUTE) Press the mute button momentarily to mute the audio volume, and "Mute"...

  • Page 10: Menu Operation

    8.MENU OPERATION 18) MENU FUNCTION LIST (MENU) Press DISPLAY/ MENU for more than 3 seconds to access the menu. will appear in the display momentarily. Navigate the menu by pressing DISPLAY/ MENU momentarily to move forward to the next option. The menu can also be navigated by using the Tuning Up or Tuning Down Button to move to the next or previous option.

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    Regional On/Off (Region) REGIONAL “OFF” will be displayed by default. The user now has 5 seconds to adjust by using volume up/down button from “off” to “On” . If “on” is selected when the AF search or PI seek, it will implement to station which have all the PI codes which are the same as current station..

  • Page 12: Audio Operation, Audio Menu

    9. AUDIO OPERATION Audio Menu Long Press “AUDIO“ button to access the Audio Menu. User can navigate thru the Audio Menu items by pressing the “AUDIO” button repeatedly, or by pressing the Tuning Up or Tuning Down Button. Once the desired menu item appears on the display, adjust that option by using the Volume Up or Down button within 5 seconds.

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    BASS-Q: (Bass Quality Factor) User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Bass Quality Factor to 2N, 1N, 1W or 2W. Figure 1 shows the Bass Quality factor (Curve characteristics) of each step. 15.0 12.5 10.0...

  • Page 14: Tuner Operation

    10. TUNER OPERATION 7) BAND BUTTON (BAND/SEARCH) Press BAND to change between FM bands. 20-21) TUNING UP/DOWN BUTTON ( Manual Tuning Press the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button for more than 3 seconds to move the radio frequency number up or down one step. Auto Seek Tuning Press the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button for less than 3 seconds to move to next station automatically.

  • Page 15: Rds Operation

    11. RDS OPERATION RDS functions The unit is equipped with the following RDS function: - AF Alternative Frequencies - CT Clock Time - EON Enchanced other Network - PI Program identifications - PS Program service name - PTY Program Type - REG Regional Change - TA Traffic Announcement - TP Traffic program...

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    12. CD /MP3/WMA OPERATION INSERT AND EJECT CD Insert a CD label-side up with the unit turned on, and the disc will begin to play. Press the Eject button to stop CD play and eject the CD. The unit does not have to be turned on to eject the CD.

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    Up to 200 characters can be displayed in the long file name format. For a list of available characters, see the instruction manual of the writing software and the section “Entering File and Folder Names” below. The media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations: Maximum number of nested folders: 8 Maximum number of files per disc: 999 Maximum number of files per media device: 2000...

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    Files Playing Order When selected for play, Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select, files and folders are accessed in the order in which they were written by the PC writer. Because of this, the order in which they are expected to be played may not match the order in which they are actually played.

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    File/Folder Repeat play : Press M3 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc for “repeat play” all files of the current folder. And keep on repeat playing the current folder until “repeat play” is disabled. To disable current folder “repeat play”, long press M3 button more than 3 seconds Press M3 button less than 3 seconds to “repeat play”...

  • Page 20: Usb Operation

    13. USB OPERATION The unit can support USB Host Function. It can playback MP3 and WMA Audio format which are stored into USB Memory Stick or USB interface Music Player. Pls read below before you start the operation of USB HOST Function. Inserting and Removing USB Drive Warning: Never Detach...

  • Page 21: Memory Card Operation

    14. MEMORY CARD OPERATION The unit can support playback MP3 and WMA Audio format which are stored into SD and MMC Memory Card . Pls read below before you start the operation of Memory Card Inserting and Removing a SD or MMC card on the main unit Face Click Insert the Memory Card...

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    15. RECORDING OPERATION This unit allows user to RECORD his favor Music and Audio. You can store your favor Music and Audio to the USB Stick, as well as Memory Card. Please read below for the details operation of the RECORD function. RECORDABLE MEDIA The following audio sources modes are available for record on this unit.

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    To Cancel Recording 1.Long press button COPY / RECORD again to cancel the recording. The LCD will display . The track that has been recorded incompletely will be deleted. The unit will cancel the Recording automatically under the following operation, The track that has been recorded incompletely will be deleted.

  • Page 24: Music Files Transferring

    16. MUSIC FILES TRANSFERRING Thanks for the most useful and convenient files transferring function of this unit, user can easily transfer music files between USB Stick, SD or MMC Memory card and on the CD Disc. Please read below for the details operation of this function: TRANSFERABLE MEDIA Files are transferable within the following media: Removable USB Stick...

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    To Cancel T ransferring. 1.Long press button COPY / RECORD again to cancel the recording. The LCD will display The music file that has been transferred incompletely will be deleted. The unit will stop the file transfer automatically under the following operation, the music file that has been transferred incompletely will be deleted.

  • Page 26: Music Files Erasing

    17. MUSIC FILES ERASING You can erase files from the USB Stick or Memory Card Please read below for the details operation of this function: ERASABLE MEDIA USB Stick and Memory Card . Music files which are on the CD Disc is NOT ERASABLE By this unit. ERASING MUSIC FILES ON THE MEDIA There are THREE different methods for erasing files;...

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    3.Erase under Files NAVIGATE search mode You can select a Music file want to erase by files Navigate Search mode After selected the music file want to erase by files navigate search, Long press BAND button to activate the ERASE mode. The LCD will display Short Press the AUDIO button to enter into the ERASE mode Once Enter into the ERASE mode, user can rotate the encoder to select “...

  • Page 28: Files Manager

    18. FILES MANAGER The advance “File Management.” System of this unit can help to well you organize all the music files just like a PC . Pls read below for details: FOLDERS MANAGEMENT This unit will automatically self-create the below default folders onto any USB /SD / MMC media device, once these devices are inserted into the unit.

  • Page 29: Blue Tooth Hand Free Operation

    19.BLUE TOOTH HAND FREE OPERATION User Guide For Blue Tooth Operation 1. When user use our Blue tooth HEAD UNIT, please make sure the mobile phone you use must / does support Blue tooth functions (Headset or Handsfree profiles or both) 2.

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    Bluetooth Mobile Phone Compatibility List This unit can support bluetooth specification v1.2 or higher, and compatible with bluetooth profiles such as handsfree or headset profiles. however the functionality may be limited due to some phones' own dedicated interfacing specification. This list is only updated to the time this list is being printed. This list gives an example of bluetooth mobile phone available on the market, if your bluetooth mobile phone is not on the list, please try it out in practice or try your phone at the local dealer or consult with the local dealer in case it is not mentioned in the list.

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    2. Nokia 8910 6600 6230 7600 Features Caller ID Pairing Pairing Pairing cancel In-Band Ring Tone Ringing Talk Reject Audio Transfer Talking Volume up/down Hang up Audio Transfer Dialing Volume up/down Redial last call 6230i 7380 6111 Features Caller ID Pairing Pairing Pairing cancel...

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    3. Motorola E398 V600 V501 Features Caller ID Pairing Pairing Pairing cancel In-Band Ring Tone Ringing Talk Reject Audio Transfer Talking Volume up/down Hang up Audio Transfer Dialing Volume up/down Redial last call 4. Panasonic & Sharp Panasonic X88 GX-T15 GX-T71 Features Caller ID...

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    5. Siemens & BenQ Features Caller ID Pairing Pairing Pairing cancel In-Band Ring Tone Ringing Talk Reject Audio Transfer Talking Volume up/down Hang up Audio Transfer Dialing Volume up/down Redial last call 6. Dopod & MIO & Blackberry A700 8700 Features Caller ID Pairing...

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    7. Samsung & LG D528 D508 KG320 Features Caller ID Pairing Pairing Pairing cancel In-Band Ring Tone Ringing Talk Reject Audio Transfer Talking Volume up/down Hang up Audio Transfer Dialing Volume up/down Redial last call E - 33...

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    Blue Tooth Hand Free Panel Function Key Matrix BLUETOOTH MP3 WMA USB SD MMC RECEIVER CS MP 850 BT COPY RECORD WATTS X 4 MENU Panel Function Button Blue Tooth Hand Free Function Short Press Enter Phone number input mode...

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    PAIRING Pairing The Blue Tooth System Between User’s Mobile Phone & The Unit Access into MENU - PAIRING mode to activates the operation of Pairing . Pls see MENU Operation for more details of how to access into MENU mode . Once the is appearing on the LCD Display, press the AUDIO button to activate the Pairing mode.

  • Page 37: Incoming Call

    The unit will be Auto Re-Connection by following operation . Every time turn the ignition key from off to on ,the unit will Auto re-connect with the mobile phone one. Every time when user long press AUDIO button or short press MODE button confirm dialing a call, the Unit will Auto Re-connect with the Mobile Phone once ( Only if this Mobile Phone has been paired with the unit previously ).

  • Page 38: Call Transfer

    OUTGOING CALL Making An Outgoing Call Press the “PHONE” (AUDIO)button to start making an outgoing call. The LCD Display will display And a cursor will keep blinking while waiting the user to enter the phone number. Rotate the encoder knob to navigate thru the numeric 0-9 *, # & + . Press the”...

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    DIALED LIST To Find the Last 10 Dialed Number The unit can memory up to 10 last dialed number. Press the “PHONE” (AUDIO) button, after the LCD appeared display “ ”, then Long press “PHONE” (AUDIO) button. The last dialed number as the first number on the list will display on the LC D. Rotate the encoder knob to navigate through the 10 last dialed number.

  • Page 40: Steering Wheel Remote Control

    20. STEERING WHEEL REMOTE CONTROL 1. Replacing Battery In order to ensure proper functioning of the steering wheel remote control. Please make sure only use 2 x AAA type battery. If the device to be controlled no longer responds to any key press even under favourable circumstances or the device to be controlled indicates a weak battery, please replace the battery of the remote control.

  • Page 41: Specifications

    21.SPECIFICATIONS CD PLAYER Compact disc audio system System Compact disc Usable disc 44.1KHz Sampling frequency 1bit No of quantization bits 5-20,000Hz Frequency 2 stereo Number of channels 70dB S/N Ratio MEDIA SECTION USB Host Host 1.1 compatibles 2.0 Memory Card Support Type of Memory Card SD and MMC RADIO SECTION...

  • Page 42: Trouble Shooting

    22.TROUBLE SHOOTING Before going through the check list, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist after check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer. Symptom Cause Solution The car ignition is not on. No power If the power supply is properly connected to the car accessory terminal, switch the ignition key to The fuse is blown.

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