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Operation Manual
Smartphone Receiver
SPH-DA120
Notice to all users:
This software requires that the product is properly
connected to your vehicle's parking brake and
depending on your vehicle, additional installation may
be required. For more information, please contact your
Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at
(800) 421-1404.
Be sure to read Important Information for the User
first!
Important Information for the User includes the
important information that you must understand before
using this product.
English

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    For more information, please contact your Authorized Pioneer Electronics retailer or call us at (800) 421-1404. Be sure to read Important Information for the User...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this document in a safe place for future reference.

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    Contents Using hands-free phoning Selecting a band 33 Displaying the phone menu 21 Manual tuning 33 – Touch panel keys 21 Seek tuning 33 – Reading the screen 21 Selecting a preset channel from the preset Making a phone call 21 channel list 34 –...

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    Contents – Displaying the image of your Starting procedure 45 Selecting files from the file name list 45 application (iPhone with 30-pin Playing files in random order 45 connector) 57 – Displaying the image of your Setting a repeat play range 45 Switching the media file type 45 application (iPhone with Lightning Setting the slideshow interval 46...

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    Contents Operating with the buttons 69 Turning off the demo screen 80 Selecting the system language 80 Using an HDMI source Setting the keyboard language with the Using the touch panel keys 70 application for iPhone 81 Reading the screen 70 Setting the beep sound 81 Starting procedure 70 Adjusting the picture 81...

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    Contents – Selecting the color from the preset Appendix colors 97 Troubleshooting 109 – Creating a user-defined color 97 Error messages 110 Selecting the theme color 98 Positioning technology 115 – Positioning by GPS 115 Selecting the clock image 98 Changing the preinstalled splash screen 98 Handling large errors 115 –...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Chapter Introduction Manual overview ! Functions of other keys on the same screen are indicated with # at the beginning of the description: Before using this product, be sure to read Im- e.g.) portant Information for the User (a separate # If you touch [OK], the entry is deleted.

  • Page 8: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic operation 5 TRK button Checking part names and ! Touch to perform manual seek tuning, functions fast forward, reverse and track search This chapter gives information about the names controls. of the parts and the main features using the but- tons.

  • Page 9: Startup And Termination

    Chapter Basic operation Unplugging a USB storage device Regular startup % Pull out the USB storage device after % Start the engine to boot up the system. checking that no data is being accessed. After a short pause, the splash screen comes on for a few seconds.

  • Page 10: How To Use The Screens

    Chapter Basic operation How to use the screens Switching screens using the touch panel keys...

  • Page 11: Switching Screens Using The Buttons

    Chapter Basic operation Switching screens using the buttons 1 Top menu screen = For details of the operation, refer to This is the starting menu to access the de- Changing the display order of source sired screens and operate the various func- icons on page 13.

  • Page 12: Displaying The Av Operation Screen

    Chapter Basic operation ! Radio (FM, AM) = For details, refer to Setting the time and The following sources can be played back or date on page 103. 3 Displays the Setting menu screen. used by connecting an auxiliary device. 4 Recalls equalizer curves.

  • Page 13: Selecting A Rear Source

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the HOME button to display the The AV operation screen appears. Top menu screen. Touch the following key. Touch the following key. Displays the source list. Displays the AV source selection screen. Touch the source key you want to se- Touch and hold a source icon, and drag lect.

  • Page 14: Using The Touch Panel

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the following key. Operating list screens The source keys can be moved. Drag the source key to the desired posi- tion. Touch the following key. 1 Touching an item on the list allows you to nar- Returns to the previous screen.

  • Page 15: Operating The On-screen Keyboard

    Chapter Basic operation Operating the on-screen keyboard 1 Displays the characters that are entered. If there is no text in the box, an informative guide with text appears. 2 Allows you to move the cursor to the right or left for a number of characters equivalent to the number of touches.

  • Page 16: Registering And Connecting A Bluetooth

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ® If your devices feature Bluetooth technology, nect it to this product for the first time. A total this product can be connected to your devices of three devices can be registered. Two regis- wirelessly.

  • Page 17: Pairing From Your Bluetooth Devices

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device The system searches for Bluetooth devices Illuminates when your mobile de- waiting for a connection and displays them in vice is successfully connected with the list if a device is found. the HFP (Hands-Free Profile). p Up to 30 devices will be listed in the order Illuminates when your audio de- that the devices are found.

  • Page 18: Connecting To A Bluetooth Device Automatically

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device When the device is successfully registered, ignition switch is turned on from the next the connection settings are made from the time. device. p If registration fails, repeat the procedure Deleting a registered device from the beginning.

  • Page 19: Connecting A Registered Bluetooth Device Manually

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Connecting a registered Touch [Visibility] repeatedly until the desired setting appears. Bluetooth device manually ! On (default): Turns the visibility on. Connect the Bluetooth device manually in the ! Off: following cases: Turns the visibility off. ! Two or more Bluetooth devices are regis- tered, and you want to manually select the device to be used.

  • Page 20: Clearing The Bluetooth Memory

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the following keys in the follow- CAUTION ing order. Never turn this product off and never disconnect the phone while the software is being updated. Touch the HOME button to display the Top menu screen.

  • Page 21: Using Hands-free Phoning

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch panel keys CAUTION For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as much as possible while driving. If your cellular phone features Bluetooth tech- nology, this product can be connected to your cellular phone wirelessly. Using this hands- free function, you can operate this product to make or receive phone calls.

  • Page 22: Direct Dialing

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Direct dialing Calling a number in the phone p This function is available only when you book stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply After finding the number you want to call in the parking brake. the phone book, you can select the entry and make the call.

  • Page 23: Dialing From The History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning The “History” screen appears. Touch the following keys in the follow- p Depending on the type of cellular phone, ing order. some calls may not be displayed in the call history. The “Phone Book” screen appears. Touch the Initial Search Bar to display the alphabet search screen.

  • Page 24: Receiving A Phone Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the HOME button to display the Touch the following keys in the follow- Top menu screen. ing order. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “Preset Dial” screen appears. Touch the following key. The “Phone Book”...

  • Page 25: Minimizing The Dial Confirmation Screen

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning The “Bluetooth” screen appears. Touch the following key. Touch [Auto Answer] repeatedly until the desired setting appears. Ends the call. ! Off (default): Turns the automatic answering off. ! On: The call ends. Turns the automatic answering on. Minimizing the dial Switching the ring tone confirmation screen...

  • Page 26: Setting The Private Mode

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning p When an iPhone running iOS 6.1 or higher Touch [Invert Name]. The confirmation screen appears. is used, Siri Eyes Free Mode is available with this product. Touch [Yes]. p For using the voice recognition function in p If the inversion fails, “Invert Name Error”...

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    Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! The line-of-sight distance between this pro- names, only the phone number is dis- duct and your cellular phone must be played. 10 meters or less when sending and receiv- ! If the phone number of the received call is ing voice and data via Bluetooth technol- not registered in the phone book, the ogy.

  • Page 28: Ipod / Iphone Or Smartphone Setup Operation

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation ! Connection: Select the connection meth- When using an iPod / iPhone or a smartphone with this product, configure the settings of ! Apple CarPlay: Set to “On” to use Apple this product according to the device to be con- nected.

  • Page 29: Android Device Compatibility

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation p Operation methods may vary depending on ! iPhone 5c: iOS 7.1 or later the iPod model and the software version of ! iPhone 5: iOS 7.1 or later the iPod. p Depending on the software version of the MirrorLink device iPod, it may not be compatible with this product.

  • Page 30: Information On The Connections And Functions For Each Device

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation Information on the connections and functions for each device The settings and cables required for connecting each device, and the available sources are as follows. iPod / iPhone with a 30-pin connector Cable connection is Required cable (sold separately) CD-IU201V...

  • Page 31

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation iPod / iPhone with a Lightning connector iPod is not available. Please use the Car- Set “Apple CarPlay” MediaPlayer to play — to “On” for using Remarks music or videos in Apple CarPlay. AppRadio Mode.

  • Page 32

    Chapter Using the radio You can listen to the radio using this product. = For details, refer to Selecting a preset This section describes operations for the channel from the preset channel list on radio. page 34. a Recalls the preset channel stored to a key from memory with a single touch of the Using the touch panel keys key.

  • Page 33: Using The Radio

    Chapter Using the radio Selecting a band Indicator Meaning % Touch the following key repeatedly Appears when the song information until the desired band appears. tag is stored in this product. Switches between the following FM bands: FM1, FM2 and FM3. Appears when the song information tag is being transferred to an iPod.

  • Page 34: Selecting A Preset Channel From The Preset Channel List

    Chapter Using the radio p Up to 18 FM stations, six for each of the Selecting a preset channel three FM bands, as well as six AM stations, from the preset channel list can be stored in memory. Once you have stored broadcast channels, you can easily recall preset channels from memory with a single touch of a key.

  • Page 35: Storing Song Information To An Ipod (itunes Tagging)

    Chapter Using the radio Touch the following keys in the follow- Operating with the buttons ing order. Touch the TRK button You can move the preset channels up or down. Touch and hold the TRK button You can perform seek tuning. The “System”...

  • Page 36

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files You can play compressed audio files stored in = For details, refer to Selecting files from a USB storage device. the file name list on page 38. = For details, refer to Media compatibility Displays a list related to the song cur- chart on page 120.

  • Page 37: Playing Compressed Audio Files

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files 3 Album artwork Reading the screen Album art of the current song is displayed if it is available. 4 Playback condition indicator Indicates the current playback condition. Playing files in random order Indicator Meaning Does not play files in random order. Plays all files within the repeat range in random order.

  • Page 38: Switching The Browse Mode

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Plug the USB storage device into the % Touch the following key repeatedly USB connector. until the desired setting appears. = For details, refer to Plugging in a USB sto- rage device on page 8. Switches the display between Music Browse mode and Folder Touch [USB] on the AV source selection...

  • Page 39: Displaying The Album List

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Touch the desired category to display the file list. Plays all audio files in the current repeat The list screen appears. play range in random order. p If you turn random play on when the re- Touch the item that you want to refine.

  • Page 40: Operating With The Buttons

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Touch the item you want to set. ! Music: Switches the media file type to music (com- pressed audio). ! Video: Switches the media file type to video. ! Photo: Switches the media file type to still image (JPEG data).

  • Page 41: Playing Compressed Video Files

    Chapter Playing compressed video files 8 Switches the subtitle language. You can play compressed video files stored in a USB storage device. With DivX featuring multi-subtitle recordings, = For details, refer to Media compatibility you can switch between subtitle languages chart on page 120.

  • Page 42: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Playing compressed video files 2 Play time indicator Touch the following key. Shows the elapsed playing time within the current file. Displays the list of the files or folders stored in the USB storage 3 Current file information device. : File name Shows the name of the file currently Touch a file on the list to play back.

  • Page 43: Switching The Media File Type

    Chapter Playing compressed video files Touch [r] to adjust playback speed during slow motion playback. p There is no sound during slow motion play- back. p With some USB storage devices, images may be unclear during slow motion play- back. p Reversed slow motion playback is not possi- ble.

  • Page 44

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files You can view still images stored in a USB de- = For details, refer to Playing files in ran- vice. dom order on page 45. 8 Displays the Phone menu screen. = For details, refer to Media compatibility chart on page 120.

  • Page 45: Playing Compressed Still Image Files

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files Starting procedure Playing files in random order All files in the USB storage device can be Display the AV source selection screen. played at random by only touching a single = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- key.

  • Page 46: Setting The Slideshow Interval

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files Touch the item you want to set. Touch and hold the TRK button You can search 10 JPEG files at a time. ! Music: p If the number of files in the folder (from the Switches the media file type to music (com- file currently being played to the first or last pressed audio).

  • Page 47: Using An Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod Using the touch panel keys For iPod with a 30-pin connector users p Depending on your iPod, there may not be (for audio) any output unless you use a USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU201S/CD- Playback screen (page 1) IU201V) (sold separately).

  • Page 48: Reading The Screen (for Audio)

    Chapter Using an iPod 2 Displays the Time and date setting h Displays the category list including the screen. selected item. i Hides the touch panel keys. = For details, refer to Setting the time and date on page 103. Touching this area hides the touch panel keys.

  • Page 49: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using an iPod Shows the artist name for the song cur- = For details, refer to Chapter 5. rently playing (when available). “No Display the AV source selection screen. Name” is displayed if there is no corre- = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- sponding information.

  • Page 50: Setting The Shuffle Play

    Chapter Using an iPod Setting the shuffle play touched even though the icon does not change. This function shuffles songs, albums or videos p The no-repeat setting is available only when and plays them in random order. an iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, or iPod p This function is not available while playing touch (5th generation) is connected to this iTunes Radio.

  • Page 51: Using This Product's Ipod Function From Your Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod ! Movies the music files and video files in the iPod can ! Music Videos be played back with this product. p This function is not available when using ! TV Shows ! Video Podcasts iPod function with an iPhone 5s, iPhone p Category items that do not correspond to 5c, iPhone 5, or iPod touch (5th genera- the connected iPod are not displayed.

  • Page 52: Changing The Speed Of Audiobook Playback

    Chapter Using an iPod Changing the speed of Operating with the buttons audiobook playback Touch the TRK button You can skip songs or videos forward or back- The playback speed can be changed while ward. playing an audiobook. p The skip-back key is not available while % Touch the following key.

  • Page 53: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod = For details, refer to Selecting song or video sources from the playlist screen on page 50. 6 Switches the control mode to “App Mode”. = For details, refer to Using this product’s iPod function from your iPod on page 51. 7 Displays the Phone menu screen.

  • Page 54: Using Your Iphone Or Smartphone

    If in doubt as to a particular function, only ! Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may perform it while the car is parked. arise from incorrect or flawed app-based No feature should be used unless it is safe to content.

  • Page 55: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications p When you use an iPhone, this key is not p If you connect your device while an available. AppRadio Mode-compatible application is 5 Displays the Phone menu screen. already running, the application operation = For details, refer to Displaying the phone screen will appear on this product.

  • Page 56: Using The Keyboard

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Operate the application. Using the keyboard Touch the HOME button to return to CAUTION the Top menu screen. For your safety, the keyboard functionality is only available when the vehicle is stopped and the parking brake is engaged.

  • Page 57: Adjusting The Image Size (for Smartphone Users)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications 4 Hides the keyboard and the text can now be Touch the following keys in the follow- entered using the keyboard of the iPhone. ing order. 5 Changes the iPhone keyboard layout. p The iPhone keyboard layouts that can be selected by tapping depends on the setting for Hardware Keyboard Layout...

  • Page 58: Displaying The Image Of Your

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications p You can only control the application on the Bluetooth device before using this func- connected device. tion. p When you touch the display in this func- p You can only control the application on the tion, “Don’t Touch”...

  • Page 59: Using Apple Carplay

    28. ity Kit (CD-AH200). p The cable connection method varies de- ! Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may pending on your device. arise from incorrect or flawed app-based = For details of the connections, refer to the content.

  • Page 60: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Starting procedure The setting will be applied when the Apple CarPlay-compatible device is connected to Connect an iPhone to this product via this product next time. the separately sold USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU52).

  • Page 61: Using Mirrorlink

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Using MirrorLink Starting procedure When connecting a MirrorLink device to this When you connect a MirrorLink device with product, you must select the method for con- compatible applications installed, you can necting your device. Settings are required ac- control the applications for the mobile device cording to the connected device.

  • Page 62

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Touch the VOL (+/–) button. The audio mix menu will be displayed on the screen. 1 Touch to mute. Touch again to unmute. 2 Sets whether to switch the sound mix func- tion on or off. ! Left tab: The audio mix function is en- abled (mix on).

  • Page 63: Streaming Pandora

    You can enjoy Pandora by connecting an ! Pandora internet radio is a music service not iPhone or a smartphone that has the Pandora affiliated with Pioneer. More information is application installed. available at p This function is not available when Apple http://www.pandora.com...

  • Page 64: Reading The Screen

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora Reading the screen Playback screen (page 2) 1 Displays the source list. = For details, refer to Selecting a front source on the source list on page 12. 1 Current track information 2 Displays the Time and date setting ! Shows the Pandora station name the screen.

  • Page 65: For Iphone With A Lightning Connector Users

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora For smartphone users = For details of the Bluetooth connection, refer to Registering your Bluetooth de- Unlock your smartphone. vices on page 16. Connect your smartphone. Display the AV source selection screen. p Connect via USB, Bluetooth, or HDMI and = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- Bluetooth.

  • Page 66: Add Station

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora p When you touch [A-Z] or [Date], the list items can be sorted. A-Z: You can sort the items in the list alpha- betically. Date: You can sort the items in the list in the order of the dates the items were cre- ated.

  • Page 67: Using A Bluetooth Audio Player

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player Using the touch panel keys You can control a Bluetooth audio player. p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, Playback screen (page 1) you must register and connect the device to this product. = For details, refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 16.

  • Page 68: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player — You connect a Bluetooth audio player a Plays files in random order. = For details, refer to Playing files in ran- compatible with AVRCP1.3, and op- dom order on page 69. erate the player to start playing. —...

  • Page 69: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player Selecting files from the file % Touch the following key repeatedly until the desired setting appears. name list Changes the repeat play range be- The file name list lets you see the list of track tween the current file and all audio titles for the Bluetooth audio player and lets files in the Bluetooth audio player.

  • Page 70: Using An Hdmi Source

    Chapter Using an HDMI source 7 Changes the wide screen mode. You can display the video image output by the device connected to this product. This section = For details, refer to Changing the wide screen mode on page 104. describes operations for an HDMI source.

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    Chapter Using an AUX source 7 Switches the operation screen. You can display the video image output by the device connected to this product. This section = For details, refer to Switching the opera- tion screen on page 72. describes operations for an AUX source. p A Mini-jack AV cable (CD-RM10) (sold sepa- 8 Changes the wide screen mode.

  • Page 72: Switching The Operation Screen

    Chapter Using an AUX source Use the touch panel keys on the screen Switching the operation to control the external unit. screen = For details, refer to Using the touch panel You can switch between the screen to operate keys on page 71. music files and that to operate video files.

  • Page 73

    Chapter Using AV input Reading the screen You can display the video image output by the device connected to this product. = For details of the connection method, refer to the Installation Manual. CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion.

  • Page 74

    Chapter Using AV input Setting the video signal When you connect this product to an AV equipment, select the suitable video signal setting. p You can operate this function only for the video signal input into the AV input. Touch the HOME button to display the Top menu screen.

  • Page 75

    Chapter Using MIXTRAX 9 Turns on or off the MIXTRAX original visual MIXTRAX is original technology for creating non-stop mixes of selections from your audio display. a Pauses and starts playback. library, complete with DJ effects that make b Displays the item selected on the LinkGate them sound as if a DJ is right there with you playing the music.

  • Page 76

    Chapter Using MIXTRAX Touch the following key. Setting the flash pattern The flashing color changes with the changes in the sound and bass levels. Displays the playback list screen. Touch the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following key. Touch the following keys in the follow- Displays the “Playback not al- ing order.

  • Page 77: System Settings

    Chapter System settings Activating the Bluetooth Turns the ever scroll setting off. ! On: audio source Turns the ever scroll setting on. You need to activate the Bluetooth audio source in order to use a Bluetooth audio player. Setting AV input Touch the HOME button to display the You can use external video equipment such as portable players connected to this product...

  • Page 78

    Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- CAUTION ing order. Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the screen image may appear reversed. p Immediately verify whether the display The “System” screen appears.

  • Page 79: Displaying The Parking Assist Guidelines

    Chapter System settings Setting the camera for Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Camera View mode To display Camera View at all times, “Camera View” needs to be set to “On”. p To set the rear view camera for Camera View mode, “Back Camera Input”...

  • Page 80

    Chapter System settings Using packing tape or similar, place Extends the line to the left and right markings approximately 25 cm from each from the current center point of the dis- side of the vehicle, and approximately tance guideline. The adjustment points on the lateral coordinates at both ends 50 cm and 2 m from the rear bumper.

  • Page 81: Setting The Beep Sound

    Chapter System settings — The “System” screen Touch the following keys in the follow- — The “Video Setup” screen ing order. — The “Bluetooth” screen — Language for messages Some operations on this product are prohibited from use while driving or re- The “System”...

  • Page 82

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys to adjust the CAUTION selected item. For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these functions while your vehicle is in motion. To en- Decreases the level of the selected able these functions, you must stop in a safe item.

  • Page 83: Displaying The Firmware Version

    Chapter System settings Displaying the firmware Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. version Touch the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- The “System” screen appears. ing order. Touch [System Information]. Touch [Firmware Update].

  • Page 84

    Chapter System settings ! GPS Antenna Indicates the connection status of the GPS antenna, the reception sensitivity, and from how many satellites the signal is received. Signal com- Used in posi- Color munication tioning Orange Yellow p When the GPS antenna is connected to this product, “OK”...

  • Page 85

    Chapter Audio adjustments Using fader/balance Touch the following keys to adjust the left/right speaker balance. adjustment You can select a fader/balance setting that Moves towards the left. provides an ideal listening environment in all occupied seats. p This function is available when “Rear Moves towards the right.

  • Page 86: Adjusting Source Levels

    Chapter Audio adjustments p Settings are based on the FM tuner volume Each time you touch the keys, the left/right speaker balance moves towards the left or level, which remains unchanged. p This function is not available when the FM right.

  • Page 87

    Chapter Audio adjustments The following AV sources are set to the same source level adjustment volume automatically. Smartphone Setup Required cable (sold sepa- AV sources Device Connection Apple CarPlay rately) USB1 — iPhone/iPod iPod1 CD-IU201V Pandora iPod / iPhone USB1 with a 30-pin Pandora connector...

  • Page 88: Adjusting The Filter

    Chapter Audio adjustments Adjusting the filter Touch the following keys to select “Front” or “Rear”. The following adjustments can be made dur- ing filter adjustments. Make the appropriate Selects the adjustable previous speak- adjustments for the reproduced frequency band and characteristics of the connected speaker unit.

  • Page 89

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys to select Touch [Listening Position]. “Subwoofer”. The “Listening Position” screen appears. Touch the desired position. Selects the adjustable previous speak- ! Off (default): Changes the listening position setting to off. ! Front: Selects the adjustable next speaker. Changes the listening position setting to front.

  • Page 90: Adjusting The Time Alignment

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys to select the Changes the speaker level of the front right listening position if necessary. speaker. ! Rear Left: Changes the speaker level of the rear left speaker. ! Rear Right: Selects the listening position. Changes the speaker level of the rear right speaker.

  • Page 91

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys in the follow- Touch the following keys to input the ing order. distance between the selected speaker and the listening position. Decreases the distance between the se- lected speaker and the selected listen- ing position.

  • Page 92: Using The Equalizer

    Chapter Audio adjustments Using the equalizer Touch [Graphic EQ]. The “Graphic EQ” screen appears. The equalizer lets you adjust equalization to match the vehicle interior acoustic character- Touch the equalizer you want. istics as desired. Customizing the equalizer curves Recalling equalizer curves You can adjust the currently selected equalizer There are seven stored equalizer curves that curve setting as desired.

  • Page 93: Using The Auto-adjusted Equalizer

    Chapter Audio adjustments Using the auto-adjusted equalizer maged if this is performed under the following conditions: You can set the auto-adjusted equalizer to suit — When the speakers are incorrectly con- the vehicle’s acoustics. To use this function, nected. (For example, when a rear speaker the vehicle’s acoustics must be measured in is connected as a subwoofer output.) advance.

  • Page 94: Performing Auto Eq

    Chapter Audio adjustments ! When this product is connected to a power CAUTION amp with an LPF (low pass filter), turn the Do not turn off the engine while the measure- LPF off before performing Auto EQ. Also, ment is in progress. set the cut-off frequency for the built-in LPF of an active subwoofer to the highest fre- Stop the vehicle in a quiet place, close...

  • Page 95

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys in the follow- 12 Exit the vehicle and keep the doors ing order. closed until the countdown finishes. When the countdown finishes, a measure- ment tone (noise) is emitted from the speakers and the Auto EQ measurement begins. 13 Wait until the measurement is com- The “Audio”...

  • Page 96: Selecting The Background Display

    Chapter Theme menu Selecting the background Changing to the background display image stored on the display USB storage device The background display can be selected from You can change the background display 8 different preset displays for the AV operation image to an image imported from the USB sto- screen and 5 different preset displays for the rage device.

  • Page 97: Creating A User-defined Color

    Chapter Theme menu p You can delete the imported image and re- p You can preview the Top menu screen or store the setting for the background display the AV operation screen by touching to the default by touching and holding the [Home] or [AV] respectively.

  • Page 98: Selecting The Theme Color

    Chapter Theme menu Selecting the theme color Touch the item you want to set. ! Preset images: A theme color can be selected from 5 different Selects the desired preset clock image. colors. (off): Hides the clock display. Touch the HOME button to display the p You can preview the Top menu screen or Top menu screen.

  • Page 99

    Chapter Theme menu CAUTION Do not turn off the engine while importing an image from the USB storage device. Touch the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “Theme” screen appears. Touch [Splash Screen].

  • Page 100: Setting Up The Video Player

    Chapter Setting up the video player Displaying your DivX VOD Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. registration code If you want to play DivX VOD (video on de- mand) content on this product, you must first register this product with your DivX VOD con- The “Video Setup”...

  • Page 101

    Chapter Setting up the video player Adjusts the video signal setting automati- cally. ! PAL: Sets the video signal to PAL. ! NTSC: Sets the video signal to NTSC. ! PAL-M: Sets the video signal to PAL-M. ! PAL-N: Sets the video signal to PAL-N. ! SECAM: Sets the video signal to SECAM.

  • Page 102: Favorite Menu

    Chapter Favorite menu Touch the following keys in the follow- Registering your favorite menu items in short- cuts allows you to quickly jump to the regis- ing order. tered menu screen by a simple touch on the “Favorites” screen. p Up to 12 menu items can be registered in the favorite menu.

  • Page 103: Setting The Time And Date

    Chapter Common operations p The iTunes Tagging function is available Setting the time and date while digital broadcasts are being received. You can change the date display format and p This function is available for the following the time format. iPod models: ! iPhone 4s Touch the current time on the screen to...

  • Page 104: Changing The Wide Screen Mode

    Chapter Common operations ® % Touch the following key repeatedly = For details, refer to iTunes tagging indi- cator on page 33. until the desired setting appears on the AV = For details, refer to Using the touch panel operation screen. keys on page 32.

  • Page 105

    Chapter Common operations A 4:3 picture is displayed normally, giving you no sense of disparity since its propor- tions are the same as those of the normal picture. p This setting is for video and JPEG images. ! Trimming An image is displayed across the entire screen with the horizontal-to-vertical ratio left as is.

  • Page 106: Other Functions

    Chapter Other functions — The video image and sound are output Selecting the video for the only when the corresponding settings rear display on “AV Input” is “Source”. You can choose either to show the same = For details, refer to Setting AV input image as the front screen or to show the se- on page 77.

  • Page 107: Deleting The Password

    Chapter Other functions Touch Area1, followed by Area2, and Touch [Go]. then touch and hold Area3. When the correct password is entered, this product will be unlocked. Area1 Area2 Area3 Deleting the password The current password and password hint can be deleted.

  • Page 108: Forgotten Password

    A message indicating that the security setting ing order. is canceled appears. Forgotten password The “System” screen appears. Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer Ser- vice Station. Touch [Restore Settings]. Touch the item you want to initialize. Restoring this product to...

  • Page 109: Troubleshooting

    If you have problems operating this product, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems with the AV screen...

  • Page 110: Error Messages

    When problems occur with this product, an error message appears on the display. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service center. Common...

  • Page 111

    Pioneer Station for assistance. GPS antenna problem de- GPS antenna lead is short-circuited. Contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer tected. Contact dealer or ser- Station for assistance. vice center.

  • Page 112

    Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Check USB The USB connector or USB cable is Check that the USB connector or USB cable short-circuited. is not caught in something or damaged. The connected USB storage device Disconnect the USB storage device and do consumes more than maximum al- not use it.

  • Page 113

    Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to module of this product. If the error message is still displayed after per- forming the above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer Service Sta- tion. Apple CarPlay Message...

  • Page 114

    If the error message is still displayed after per- forming the above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer Service Sta- tion. Launching the application Failed to launch the application.

  • Page 115: Positioning Technology

    Appendix Appendix Positioning technology ! In some driving conditions, signals from GPS satellites may not reach your vehicle. Positioning by GPS In this case, it is impossible for the system to use GPS positioning. The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a network of satellites orbiting the Earth.

  • Page 116

    Appendix Appendix ! If you make a slight turn. ! If the road has a series of hairpin bends. ! If there is a parallel road. ! If there is a loop or similar road configura- tion. ! If there is another road very nearby, such as in the case of an elevated freeway.

  • Page 117: Detailed Information For Playable Media

    Appendix Appendix ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey parking lot ! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-and- or similar structure using a spiral ramp. stop manner, as in a traffic congestion. ! If your vehicle is turned on a turntable or si- ! If you join the road after driving around a milar structure.

  • Page 118

    Appendix Appendix Notes specific to DivX files ! There may be a slight delay when starting playback of files on a USB storage device ! Only DivX files downloaded from DivX part- with complex folder hierarchies. ner sites are guaranteed for proper opera- ! Operations may vary depending on the tion.

  • Page 119

    Appendix Appendix ! The character code for the subtitle file should comply with ISO-8859-1. Using char- acters other than ISO-8859-1 may cause the characters to be displayed incorrectly. ! The subtitles may not be displayed correctly if the displayed characters in the subtitle file include control code.

  • Page 120: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General Media USB storage device File system FAT32/NTFS Maximum number of folders 1 500 Maximum number of files 15 000 MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, DivX (including DivX Playable file types HD), H.264, MPEG4, MPEG2, WMV, FLV, MKV, JPEG Notes: ! Maximum playback time of audio file stored on a USB storage device: 7.5 h (450 minutes)

  • Page 121

    Appendix Appendix WMA compatibility Media USB storage device File extension .wma Bit rate 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency 8 kHz to 48 kHz Note: This product is not compatible with the following: ™ Windows Media Audio 9 Professional, Lossless, Voice WAV compatibility Media USB storage device...

  • Page 122

    Appendix Appendix DivX compatibility Media USB storage device File extension .avi, .divx Profile (DivX version) Home Theater Ver. 3.11 Compatible audio codec MP3, Dolby Digital Bit rate (MP3) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz for em- Sampling frequency (MP3) phasis) Maximum image size...

  • Page 123

    Appendix Appendix Video files compatibility (USB) File extension .avi .mp4 .m4v .wmv Format MPEG-4 MPEG-4 H.264 MPEG-4 Compatible video MPEG-4 MPEG-4 H.264 MPEG-4 codec Linear PCM Compatible audio (LPCM) codec Maximum resolu- 400 pixels x 240 pixels tion Bit rate: Bit rate: Bit rate: Bit rate:...

  • Page 124

    Appendix Appendix Example of a hierarchy The following figure is an example of the tier structure in the external storage device. The numbers in the figure indicate the order in which folder numbers are assigned and the order to be played back. : Folder : File Level 1...

  • Page 125: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display information Phone menu System menu Page Page Preset Dial AV Source Settings Phone Book MIXTRAX Settings History Radio Settings Dial Tag Forwarding Voice recognition function Bluetooth Audio Ever Scroll Input/Output Settings Smartphone Setup AV Input AUX Input AppRadio Video Adjustment Camera settings Camera View...

  • Page 126

    Appendix Appendix Theme menu Page System Information Firmware Information Firmware Update Connection Status Page Background Illumination Theme Clock Splash Screen...

  • Page 127: Audio Menu

    Appendix Appendix Audio menu Video Setup menu Page Page Graphic EQ DivX Setup Fader/Balance DivX® VOD Balance Time Per Photo Slide Mute Level Video Signal Setting Source Level Adjuster Rear Speaker Subwoofer Camera Speaker Level Crossover Subwoofer Settings Listening Position Time Alignment Auto EQ&TA A-EQ&TA Measurement...

  • Page 128: Bluetooth Menu

    Appendix Appendix Bluetooth menu Page Connection Auto Connect Visibility PIN Code Input Device Information Auto Answer Ring Tone Invert Name Bluetooth Memory Clear BT Software Update Bluetooth Version Information...

  • Page 132

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