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Sanyo AVC-100 Installation And Operation Manual

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INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
DVD Receiver with 7-inch LCD Monitor
Part No.:
We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank you for
purchasing this product.
¡Read this manual and the warranty certificate carefully prior to using the unit. After
having completely read this manual, store it in a safe place for easy reference.
¡Make sure to read the "Safety precautions" and "Cautionary items for proper usage"
appearing within this manual.
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd
Printed in Japan
2RR6P10A53801
AVC-100

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  • Page 1

    ¡Read this manual and the warranty certificate carefully prior to using the unit. After having completely read this manual, store it in a safe place for easy reference. ¡Make sure to read the “Safety precautions” and “Cautionary items for proper usage” appearing within this manual. SANYO Electric Co., Ltd Printed in Japan 2RR6P10A53801...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS ........................1 DVD OPERATION ..........56 TIPS ON HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL..............3 TO START PLAYBACK....................57 INSTALLATION MANUAL ........6 VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS ................57 SWITCHING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE..............60 ACCESSORIES......................7 SWITCHING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE...............61 TO CONNECT THE PARKING BRAKE CONNECTOR CABLE........8 CHANGING THE ANGLE ....................61 CONNECTION......................10 PLAYBACK FROM THE SELECTED POINT..............62 BEFORE INSTALLATION ...................12...

  • Page 3: Tips On How To Read This Manual

    TIPS ON HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL ■ This unit utilizes the following 3 technologies to playback DVD videos: This manual uses the following marks to call the user’s attention. The meaning of each mark is provided below. Please make sure you understand these prior to Macrovision reading the manual.

  • Page 5

    INSTALLATION MANUAL ACCESSORIES..................7 TO CONNECT THE PARKING BRAKE CONNECTOR CABLE ..8 CONNECTION..................10 BEFORE INSTALLATION ..............12 INSTALLING THE UNIT..............13 REMOVING THE UNIT................15...

  • Page 6: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES TO CONNECT THE PARKING BRAKE CONNECTOR CABLE (1) Operation while driving is very dangerous. To protect customer safety, the operations while driving are Screw A (M5) AV cable adapter Power supply cable AV cable restricted. In order to judge driving or stopping, connect the parking brake connector cable. If parking brake connector cable is not connected correctly, operations will be restricted while stopping as well as driving.

  • Page 7: To Connect The Parking Brake Connector Cable

    TO CONNECT THE PARKING BRAKE CONNECTOR CABLE (2) CONNECTION (1) ●Using the self lock connector. (Example) Parking brake signal line Self-lock Digital output Put it into the self-lock connector connector Power supply cable To car antenna AUX3 To rear view camera or video device Parking brake Parking...

  • Page 8: Before Installation

    ¡Install the unit where it does not get in the driver’s way and cannot injure the passenger if there is an emergency stop. ¡If installation angle exceeds 30° from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum performance. SANYO 30° TV Tuner unit NVP-TV1000 (optional) ¡Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperature, such as from direct sunlight, or from hot...

  • Page 9: Installing The Unit

    INSTALLING THE UNIT INSTALLATION OPENING To further secure the unit, use the supplied metal strap to secure the back of the unit in place. Use the supplied hardware (Hexagonal bolt with washer (M4 x 6)) to attach one This unit can be installed in any dashboard having an opening end of the strap to the hole (M4 x 6 MAX) on the back of the unit.

  • Page 10: Removing The Unit

    REMOVING THE UNIT Make sure the ignition is turned off, and then disconnect the cable from the vehicle battery’s negative (–) terminal. Remove the metal strap attached the back of the unit (if attached). Engage the release keys with the outer trim ring, then pull the release keys to remove the outer trim ring.

  • Page 11

    INTRODUCTION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............17 CAUTIONARY ITEMS FOR PROPER USAGE ........21 MAIN FEATURES ................22 ABOUT DISCS ..................24 RESETTING THE UNIT...............27 OPENING UP/CLOSING THE MONITOR...........28 ADJUSTING THE MONITOR AHEAD ..........29 ADJUSTING THE MONITOR ..............29 TILTING THE MONITOR AHEAD ............30 DETACHING/ATTACHING THE FRONT PANEL ......31 SHUTTING DOWN ................32 ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROLLER ..........33 COMPONENT NAME OF THE UNIT ..........34...

  • Page 12: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (1) ¡To ensure proper usage of the unit, read this instruction manual prior to use. WARNING ¡After having read it, keep in a safe place for quick reference. Indications appearing both in this manual as well as on the unit itself contain cautionary items to ensure that the unit is used safely in order to prevent the operator or others nearby from being harmed or injured.

  • Page 13

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (2) CAUTION CAUTION Do not place or install the unit in areas where rain is blown in by the wind or Enjoy watching the unit at a suitable sound level. in areas prone to water splashes, humidity or dust. Water, humidity or dust High volumes may damage your hearing and, because exterior sounds become infiltrating the unit may result in smoke emissions or fires.

  • Page 14: Cautionary Items For Proper Usage

    ¡Repeat function You can enjoy your favorite song or scene repeatedly. Please be advised that SANYO will not assume any responsibility whatsoever for any troubles arising from ¡Shuffle function mishandling the unit as a result of not following the cautionary items described within this manual. The unit is Enables a CD or MP3 to be played back randomly until all the tracks have been played through.

  • Page 15: Main Features

    MAIN FEATURES (2) ABOUT DISCS (1) AM/FM DISCS THAT CAN BE PLAYED BACK USING THE UNIT Built-in AM/FM radio. With a total of 30 station presets (12AM + 18FM), ATP (Auto Travel Presets), which automatically tunes in on the station with the best reception, allows you smooth tuning while driving. You can enjoy the sound/image of audio/video devices (optional) through the unit.

  • Page 16

    ABOUT DISCS (2) ■ About copy protected CDs (copy control CD) HOW TO HANDLE DISCS Use CDs that conform to CD Disc standard such as those with the CD logo mark printed on its ¡Try not to touch the recorded surface of discs when holding label.

  • Page 17: Resetting The Unit

    RESETTING THE UNIT OPENING UP/CLOSING THE MONITOR To use for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, resetting is When turning on the ignition, the unit is power on, and the warning message appears on the screen. necessary.

  • Page 18: Adjusting The Monitor Ahead

    ADJUSTING THE MONITOR AHEAD You can adjust the monitor angle for your best viewing. Press the D or E button repeatedly. : Every time press this button, the monitor tilts little by little. D a Monitor tilts forward. E a Monitor tilts backward. F button Hint The adjustment is memorized ,and the monitor angle will be the same the next time it is opened up.

  • Page 19: Tilting The Monitor Ahead

    TILTING THE MONITOR AHEAD To operate the button on the dashboard easily, the monitor can be tilted ahead. Press C button. C button : The monitor will be titled ahead. To return to the original position, press C again. Hint The monitor will return to the original position if no operation is made for roughly 25 seconds.

  • Page 20: Detaching/attaching The Front Panel

    DETACHING/ATTACHING THE FRONT PANEL SHUTTING DOWN DETACHING THE FRONT PANEL TO TURN OFF THE SOUND AND IMAGE Ä You can detach the front panel of the unit to prevent theft. On the screen ......Touch POWER Ä ...... Press M. On the front panel Turn off the engine.

  • Page 21: About The Remote Controller

    ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROLLER COMPONENT NAME OF THE UNIT ■ Preparing the remote controller The remote controller already contains a lithium battery (CR2025). Pull out the insulation film to start using the unit. Rear t CAUTION ¡Do not leave the remote controller in an extremely hot or humid place. ¡Do not drop any foreign object into the remote controller particularly when replacing the battery.

  • Page 22: Component Name Of The Remote Controller

    COMPONENT NAME OF THE REMOTE CONTROLLER INSERTING/REMOVING A DISC INSERTING A DISC Insert a disc with the printed side up into the disc insert aperture. disc insert aperture REMOVING A DISC Press the [(EJECT) button. a (POWER) button (See p.32, 77) b button (See p.37) To cut the sound output.

  • Page 23: How To Adjust The Volume

    HOW TO ADJUST THE VOLUME Ä – ......Touch on the On the screen Ä ...... Press +/- on the B. On the front panel Ä ....Press +/-. On the remote controller On the screen Volume level : The volume level appears on the screen roughly 5 seconds. HOW TO MUTE THE SOUND Only by remote controller Press b on the remote controller.

  • Page 24

    COMMON FUNCTIONS SETTING THE SOUND QUALITY ............39 SETTING FRONT/REAR MODE ............41 SETTING THE DISPLAY ..............42...

  • Page 25: Setting The Sound Quality

    SETTING THE SOUND QUALITY You can store the sound quality and the sound characteristics. Å Setting SUB WOOFER Touch SUB WOOFER Touch on the screen. SOUND é Set the desired level by touching è : Sound setting screen appears. Å Setting EQUALIZER To close the sound setting screen.

  • Page 26: Setting Front/rear Mode

    SETTING FRONT/REAR MODE SETTING THE DISPLAY (1) You can simultaneously listen to a separate sound source in the unit and auxiliary audio equipment in You can select the screen size, picture characteristics, and wall paper etc... the rear. Touch on the screen. DISP Touch REAR...

  • Page 27

    SETTING THE DISPLAY (2) ■ If selecting CUSTOM You can store your own use-adjustable. ¡CD/MP3/JPEG/FM/AM: DIMMER ¡DVD: DIMMER/BRIGHT/CONTRAST ¡AUX: DIMMER BRIGHT/CONTRAST/COLOR Touch DIMMER BRIGHT CONTRAST COLOR Adjust the desired level by touching ç å ¡To set the initial number, touch INITIAL Å...

  • Page 28

    CD/MP3/JPEG OPERATION TO START PLAYBACK ..............45 VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS ..........45 ABOUT MP3..................48 TO START PLAYBACK ..............49 VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS ..........49 JPEG TO START PLAYBACK ..............52 VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS ..........52...

  • Page 29: Various Playback Functions

    TO START PLAYBACK Open up the monitor. zSee p.28 Insert disc in the unit with the printed side up. zSee p.36 : The unit automatically starts playback. SCROLL ¡By touching the Track name/Disc title, you can scroll long displayed items (up to 31 characters). Disc title Elapsed time Track name...

  • Page 30

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (2) REWINDING AND FAST-FORWARDING During playback, On the screen Ä On the screen ¡To rewind Ç : touch longer ¡To fast-forward : touch longer É Ä On the front panel : press longer Z on the O button. ¡To rewind ¡To fast-forward : press longer Y on the O button.

  • Page 31: Mp3

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (3) ABOUT MP3 MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) is a music file compression format standard. It compresses audio CD data TO SELECT THE TRACK DIRECTLY to approximately 1/10 of its original size. Touch the desired track from the track list. ■...

  • Page 32: To Start Playback

    TO START PLAYBACK Open up the monitor. zSee p.28 Insert disc in the unit with the printed side up. zSee p.36 : The unit automatically starts playback. SCROLL ¡By touching the Folder name/ID3 title name/ID3 album name/Artist name, you can scroll long displayed items (up to 31 characters).

  • Page 33: To Start Playback

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (2) REWINDING AND FAST-FORWARDING During playback, On the screen Ä On the screen ¡To rewind Ç : touch longer ¡To fast-forward : touch longer É Ä On the front panel : press longer Z on the O button. ¡To rewind ¡To fast-forward : press longer Y on the O button.

  • Page 34: Repeat Playback

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (3) TO SELECT THE FILE DIRECTLY You can select the desired file. Folder name Touch the desired folder name. : The file list appears. ¡ ..Touch to go to the previous directory. (When the first directory (Root) is displayed, becomes (blank).) é...

  • Page 35

    TO START PLAYBACK JPEG Open up the monitor. zSee p.28 Insert disc in the unit with the printed side up. zSee p.36 Touch the desired file. zSee p.53 Hint ¡The operation buttons appear for roughly 5 seconds. By touching the screen, the operation buttons appear again.

  • Page 36

    Only by remote controller VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (2) JPEG JPEG The displayed image can be rotated. TO SELECT THE FILE DIRECTLY You can select the desired file. Folder name Touch the desired folder name. : The file list appears. â / ä ¡...

  • Page 38

    DVD OPERATION TO START PLAYBACK ..............57 VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS ..........57 SWITCHING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE ........60 SWITCHING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE ..........61 CHANGING THE ANGLE ..............61 PLAYBACK FROM THE SELECTED POINT ........62 USING THE MENU ON DVD...............63 CHANGING THE DVD SETTING ............64...

  • Page 39: To Start Playback

    TO START PLAYBACK Open up the monitor. zSee p.28 Insert disc in the unit with the printed side up. zSee p.36 : The unit automatically starts playback. Hint å/Ü ¡Depending on the disc, touch on the screen to start palyback (on the remote controller, press ¡Depending on the disc, a menu may appear on the screen when a DVD is inserted.

  • Page 40

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (2) PAUSE FUNCTION (FREEZE-FRAME) (on the remote controller, press !) during playback. å/Ü Touch the screen and touch “ ” appears on the screen and the image freezes. (The audio also stops.) ■ To start playback again…. (on the remote controller, press !).

  • Page 41: Switching The Subtitle Language

    VARIOUS PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS (3) SWITCHING THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE DVD videos may have subtitles programmed depending on the disc. If so, you can select to show or hide REWINDING AND FAST-FORWARDING the subtitles. Also, depending on the disc, multiple subtitle languages may be programmed enabling the selection of any desired language available.

  • Page 42: Switching The Audio Language

    SWITCHING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE DVD videos may have multiple audio languages programmed depending on the disc. If so, select the desired language as per the instructions below. Touch the screen during playback. : Operation buttons appear. Touch AUDIO (On the remote controller, press h.) : The audio language appears.

  • Page 43: Playback From The Selected Point

    Only by remote controller PLAYBACK FROM THE SELECTED POINT Depending on the disc, the unit can playback from any title or chapter inputted in the present title. â / ä Go To Number buttons During playback, press f repeatedly to select Title/Chapter. Press '/(, or the number buttons to select the desired chapter or title, then press : Playback starts from the selected point.

  • Page 44: Using The Menu On Dvd

    USING THE MENU ON DVD CHANGING THE DVD SETTING (1) A Original menu may be programmed in the stored contents depending on the DVD video. In such a Touch the screen while playback is stopped. case, you can use the menu to select the desired item, and start playing. : Operation buttons appear.

  • Page 45

    CHANGING THE DVD SETTING (2) Language code list SELECTING LANGUAGE Code Language Code Language Code Language 1027 Afar 1229 Hungarian 1436 Portuguese Touch LANGUAGE and touch the changed setting 1028 Abkhazian 1233 Armenian 1463 Quechua item (AUDIO/SUBTITLE/MENU). 1032 Afrikaans 1235 Interlingua 1481 Raeto-Romance...

  • Page 46

    CHANGING THE DVD SETTING (3) SELECTING SELECTING DISPLAY LOCK Touch DISPLAY and touch the desired aspect Touch LOCK and touch the changed setting item. ratio ( 16:9 4:3 LETTER BOX 4:3 PANSCAN * About LETTER BOX/PANSCAN, zSee p.88. < If selecting , touch the desired RATING parental control level.

  • Page 47

    CHANGING THE DVD SETTING (4) < If selecting PASSWORD < If selecting COUNTRY CODE It is set to “1111” upon purchase. CHANGING THE AREA AND ITS MOVIE RATING LEVEL CHANGING THE PASSWORD You can set the restriction levels depending on the area and its movie ratings.

  • Page 48: Changing The Dvd Setting

    CHANGING THE DVD SETTING (5) Area code list Language Code number Argentina 2044 Australia 2047 2046 Austria Belgium 2057 2070 Brazil Canada 2079 2090 Chile China 2092 2115 Denmark Finland 2165 2174 France Germany 2109 2248 India Indonesia 2238 Italy 2254 Japan 2276...

  • Page 49: Fm/am/tv Operation

    FM/AM/TV OPERATION LISTENING TO THE RADIO ...............73 STORING RADIO STATIONS.............74 USING THE DX MODE ...............76 SWITCHING FM RECEPTION TO MONAURAL ........76 WATCHING TV/TV COLOR SYSTEM SETTING .......77 STORING TV STATIONS..............79...

  • Page 50: Listening To The Radio

    LISTENING TO THE RADIO STORING RADIO STATIONS (1) Open up the monitor. zSee p.28. Select function in step (p.73). On the screen Select function. STORING MANUALLY Ä On the screen You can store 18 stations for ) and 12stations for Touch Ä...

  • Page 51: Storing Radio Stations

    STORING RADIO STATIONS (2) STORING AUTOMATICALLY You can store 6 stations for FM and AM. Select function in step (p.73). Touch SCAN : The unit automatically selects the stations with the stronger signals and store them in order. SCAN * To cancel the storing procedure, touch again during the storing procedure.

  • Page 52: Using The Dx Mode

    USING THE DX MODE By touching , you can get high reception sensitivity. Selecting DX Touch on the screen. : The appears. * To cancel the mode, touch again. DX appears SWITCHING FM RECEPTION TO MONAURAL If the broadcast is noisy, switch to FM reception monaural. mode, touch MONO Selecting MONO...

  • Page 53: Watching Tv/tv Color System Setting

    WATCHING TV/TV COLOR SYSTEM SETTING * To watch TV programs on the unit, SANYO TV tuner unit NVP-TV1000 (optional) must be connected. Open up the monitor. zSee p.28. ¡ Select your area by TV color system setting. * This function is available when a TV tuner with PAL system is connected.

  • Page 54: Storing Tv Stations

    STORING TV STATIONS STORING AUTOMATICALLY Select function in step (p.78). You can store 6 channels for TV. STORING MANUALLY Select function in step (p.78). You can store 18 stations for Touch SCAN : The unit automatically selects the channels with the Touch either , or (on the...

  • Page 56: Aux Operation

    AUX OPERATION TO USE AUX FUNCTION ..............83...

  • Page 57: To Use Aux Function

    TO USE AUX FUNCTION You can connect optional devices to the AUX terminal on the unit. AUX3 (3-Rear IN) Open up the monitor. zSee p.28. ¡You can connect the rear view camera (sold separately) to AUX3 jack. ¡During the connection of the rear view camera. If you set REAR CAMERA to SETTING (See p.43), you can check the camera view of the rear view camera without setting the shift lever DISP...

  • Page 59: Other

    OTHER REPLACING THE FUSE ..............87 CLEANING THE CONNECTORS ............87 TERMINOLOGY ..................88 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS ..............89 TROUBLE SHOOTING ...............90 WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS..........94 DEFAULT SETTINGS LIST ..............95...

  • Page 60: Replacing The Fuse

    REPLACING THE FUSE When the fuse is blown, check the power connection and replace the fuse of regulated value (10A). If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your place of purchase. Fuse (10A) CLEANING THE CONNECTORS...

  • Page 61: Terminology

    TERMINOLOGY Title/chapter The content programmed in DVD videos may be divided into large segments called titles. Within one title, their may be many smaller segments called chapters. The number representing each title is called the title number and the number representing each chapter is called the chapter number. <Example>...

  • Page 62: Tuner Section

    MAIN SPECIFICATIONS TROUBLE SHOOTING (1) You may think the unit is damaged at the occurrence of the slightest operational error or bad connection. MONITOR SECTION I/O TERMINAL Before requesting technical assistance, use the items below to check the unit. If abnormal functioning persists, stop using the unit and contact the store of purchase.

  • Page 63: Trouble Shooting

    TROUBLE SHOOTING (2) The title of the MP3 audio album or track is not correctly displayed. OPERATION ¡The player can only display numbers and alphabet. Other characters are displayed as “ * ”. The operation buttons do not function. → Press the Reset button. The disc does not start playing from the beginning.

  • Page 64: When This Message Appears

    TROUBLE SHOOTING (3) WHEN THIS MESSAGE APPEARS... Operation via remote controller is impossible The following messages appear during operation to give you hints about how to use the unit properly. ¡Remote controller infrared transmitter not facing unit infrared receiver. ON THE SCREEN ¡Obstruction is between the remote controller and the unit.

  • Page 65: Default Settings List

    DEFAULT SETTINGS LIST SOUND EQUALIZER FLAT BALANCE CENTER SUB WOOFER DISPLAY SIZE FULL PICTURE DIMMER 11 (ILM ON)/21(ILM OFF) BRIGHT CONTRAST COLOR SETTING CLOCK 1:00 WALLPAPER REAR VIEW CAMERA Tilt Auto Close NTSC REAR DVD SET UP LANGUAGE AUDIO 1000 (ORIGINAL) SUBTITLE 1000 (ORIGINAL) MENU...

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