Download  Print this page

Advertisement

Operation Manual
MULTIMEDIA NAVIGATION RECEIVER
AVIC-8100NEX
AVIC-7100NEX
AVIC-6100NEX
AVIC-5100NEX
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

Advertisement

   Also See for Pioneer AVIC-8100NEX

   Related Manuals for Pioneer AVIC-8100NEX

   Summary of Contents for Pioneer AVIC-8100NEX

  • Page 1 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.
  • Page 3 Contents – Smart Zoom 32 – Building a route using “Route – Switching between 2D, 3D, and 2D Planner” 46 – Adding waypoints 47 North up views 32 – Scrolling the map to the position you – Checking route alternatives 47 –...
  • Page 4 Contents – Editing a trip log 59 – Searching for nearby Bluetooth Using the Trip Computer mode 59 devices 74 – Pairing from your Bluetooth Calculating the fuel consumption 60 – Setting the initial odometer value 60 devices 75 – Entering the fuel consumption –...
  • Page 5 Contents iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup Tuning into strong frequencies 100 Switching the seek mode 101 operation Switching the reception mode 102 The basic flow of iPod / iPhone or Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes smartphone setup 88 Tagging) 102 Setting the device connection method 88 Operating with the hardware buttons 102...
  • Page 6 Contents – Setting the current song not to be Switching the media file type 115 Operating with the hardware buttons 115 played back again 127 – Adding the current song to the wish Playing compressed video files list 127 Using the touch panel keys 116 Using this product’s iPod function from your Reading the screen 117 iPod 128...
  • Page 7 Contents – Adjusting the volume 140 – Dial screen 152 – Dial confirmation screen 152 Using MirrorLink mode 140 – Using the touch panel keys (App Using a Bluetooth audio player control side bar) 140 Using the touch panel keys 153 –...
  • Page 8 Contents Using the content alerts function (such as System settings Song Alerts, Artist Alerts and Game Navigation info window 179 Alerts) 165 Setting automatic switching to the navigation – Memorizing the current contents 165 screen 179 Setting the program you want to be alerted Activating the Bluetooth audio source 179 for 165 Setting the ever scroll 180...
  • Page 9 Contents – Changing to the splash screen stored Checking sensor learning status and driving status 191 on the external storage device (USB, Clearing the status 192 SD) 210 Checking the connections of leads 192 Replicating the settings 211 – Exporting “Theme” settings 211 Audio adjustments –...
  • Page 10 Contents – Deleting the password 225 MirrorLink 250 – Forgotten password 226 MIXTRAX 250 Restoring this product to the default Detailed information regarding connected settings 226 iPod devices 250 – Restoring the default settings 226 – iPod and iPhone 250 –...
  • Page 11: Manual Overview

    ! Functions of other keys on the same screen are indicated with # at the beginning of the The screen examples shown in this manual description: are those for AVIC-8100NEX. The screens may e.g.) vary according to the models. # If you touch [OK], the entry is deleted.
  • Page 12: Notes On Internal Memory

    Chapter Introduction “External storage device (USB, SD)” The microprocessor must be reset under the following conditions: The SD memory card, SDHC memory card ! Prior to using this product for the first time and USB memory device are collectively re- after installation.
  • Page 13: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic operation 3 VOL (+/–) button Checking part names and Press to adjust the AV (Audio and Video) functions source volume. This chapter gives information about the names 4 MAP button of the parts and the main features using the but- ! Press to display the Map screen.
  • Page 14: Remote Control

    Chapter Basic operation a Auto EQ microphone input jack ! Press and hold to turn the rear source Use to connect a microphone for acoustical off. measurement (sold separately). 3 SRC/OFF b Disc-loading slot ! Press to cycle through all the available Insert a disc to play.
  • Page 15: Use And Care Of The Remote Control

    Chapter Basic operation ! Press to recall radio station frequencies assigned to preset channel keys. 9 MUTE Press to mute. Press again to unmute. a MENU Press to display the DVD menu during DVD playback. TOP MENU WARNING Press to return to the top menu during DVD ! Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
  • Page 16: Protecting Your Product Against Theft

    Chapter Basic operation Protecting your product When you release your finger, the bottom of the detachable faceplate separates slightly against theft from this product. 6100NEX 5100NEX Gently grip the bottom of the detach- able faceplate and slowly pull it outward. The detachable faceplate can be detached from this product to discourage theft, as de- scribed below.
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Lcd Panel Angle

    Chapter Basic operation Inserting/ejecting/ CAUTION connecting media ! Do not open or close the LCD panel by force. This may cause a malfunction. CAUTION ! Do not operate this product until the LCD ! Do not insert anything other than a disc into panel has completely opened or closed.
  • Page 18: Inserting And Ejecting An Sd Memory Card

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the following key. Opens the LCD panel. Touch the following key. Insert an SD memory card into the SD The LCD panel opens, and the disc is ejected. card slot. Insert it with the label surface face-up and press the card until it clicks and completely Remove the disc, and press the h but- locks.
  • Page 19: Connecting And Disconnecting An Ipod

    Chapter Basic operation Connecting and disconnecting Startup and termination an iPod Start the engine to boot up the system. After a short pause, the splash screen comes Connecting your iPod on for a few seconds. = For details of the connections, refer to the Installation Manual.
  • Page 20: Regular Startup

    Chapter Basic operation Regular startup % Start the engine to boot up the system. After a short pause, the splash screen comes on for a few seconds. p The screen shown will differ depending on the previous conditions. p Enter the password for the anti-theft func- tion if the password entry screen appears.
  • Page 21 Chapter Basic operation...
  • Page 22: How To Use The Screens

    Chapter Basic operation How to use the screens Switching screens using the touch panel keys...
  • Page 23: Switching Screens Using The Hardware Buttons

    Mode or MirrorLink mode is on. 7 AV operation screen p “Android Auto” is displayed when You can operate each source. Android Auto is on (for AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX). 8 Navigation menu screen You can specify way points and a destina- 2 Time and date setting screen tion.
  • Page 24: Supported Av Source

    (*2) Available for AVIC-8100NEX, AVIC- = For details, refer to Displaying the phone menu on page 80. 7100NEX and AVIC-6100NEX. p (*3) Available for AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC- 6 Shows the navigation information. The distance to the next guidance point, the 7100NEX.
  • Page 25: Selecting A Front Source On The Av Source Selection Screen

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the source key you want to se- = For details, refer to Navigation info win- dow on page 179. lect. The AV operation screen of the selected source appears. Selecting a front source on the p “Camera View” is available only when AV source selection screen “Back Camera Input”...
  • Page 26: Changing The Display Order Of Source Keys

    Chapter Basic operation Touch the following key. Touch the following key. Displays the AV source selection The source keys can be moved. screen. Drag the source key to the desired posi- Touch and hold a source icon, and drag tion. the icon to the desired position.
  • Page 27: Operating List Screens

    Chapter Basic operation p This function is not available when Operating list screens using iPod function with an iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, or iPod touch (5th genera- tion). p This function is not available for some media or sources.
  • Page 28: On First-time Startup Of The Navigation System

    Chapter Basic operation p If you do not wish to activate information On first-time startup of the collection, touch [No]. navigation system The configuration wizard starts. When you use the navigation function for the Touch [Next]. first time, an initial setup process starts auto- The “Voice Language”...
  • Page 29: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screen

    Chapter How to use the Navigation menu screen Operating the Navigation = For details, refer to Checking the traffic incidents on the map on page 55. menu screen p For AVIC-5100NEX, this key becomes ac- Press the MAP button. tive when the online traffic feature is available.
  • Page 30 Chapter How to use the Navigation menu screen Adds a waypoint. Displays route alter- natives, parts of the route to avoid, or spe- cific roads in your planned route to avoid. Displays the route in its full length on the map, and displays route parameters and route alternatives.
  • Page 31: How To Use The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your naviga- orientation and the display moves automati- tion system can be seen on the map. You need to cally as you drive. 6 Displays the data field. become familiar with how information appears Touching this field displays the “Trip Compu- on the map.
  • Page 32: Operating The Map Screen

    Chapter How to use the map Operating the Map screen Switching between 2D, 3D, and 2D North up views Changing the scale of the map You can switch how the map is displayed. For p There is a limit to map scaling in 3D map 2D map view mode, you can select between view mode.
  • Page 33: Scrolling The Map To The Position You Want To See

    Chapter How to use the map p For information on the controls when the Touch the following key. scrolled map is displayed, refer to Control keys on the scrolled map on page 33. Zooms in. Scrolling the map to the position you want to see Zooms out.
  • Page 34: Understanding The Route Guidance

    Chapter How to use the map Understanding the route Icon Meaning guidance Board ferry. Once the route guidance begins, the system provides various guides by voice, text indica- tions and signs. Leave ferry. Frequently shown route events Approaching a waypoint. Icon Meaning Turn left.
  • Page 35: Browsing The Data Field

    Chapter How to use the map If you are approaching a complex intersection Distance to final destination, time needed and the necessary information exists, the map to reach the final destination and estimated is replaced with a 3D view of the junction. arrival time are shown.
  • Page 36 Chapter How to use the map When a GPS position is available, the triangu- lar mark is displayed in full color. When there is no GPS position, the triangular mark is transparent. It shows your last known position.
  • Page 37: Searching For A Destination

    Chapter Searching for a destination Touch [Address]. CAUTION The “Find Address” screen appears. For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and put on the parking brake. p Some information regarding traffic regula- tions depends on the time when the route calculation is performed.
  • Page 38: Searching For Points Of Interest (poi)

    Chapter Searching for a destination After touching [Select as Destination], the The preset search categories are as follows. “Route Summary” screen appears and count- ! Gas Station down begins. When the countdown ends, the ! Accommodation guidance automatically starts. If the screen is ! Restaurant touched anywhere during the countdown, the ! Parking...
  • Page 39: Searching For Pois By Categories Or Directly From The Name Of The Facilities

    Chapter Searching for a destination = For details on the operations in the “Route Touch [Around Here] and then select Summary” screen, refer to Checking route the area in which the POIs should be information and preferences on page 48. searched for.
  • Page 40: Searching For Providers Nearby That Offer Emergency Or Roadside Assistance Services

    Chapter Searching for a destination Touch the following key. # If you touch , you can change the sort method of the results. Displays the navigation menu on Touch [Select as Destination] on the the Map screen. “Map Location” screen. = For details on the operations in the “Map Touch [Useful Information].
  • Page 41: Selecting A Destination From Stored Locations

    Chapter Searching for a destination = For details on the operations in the “Route Touch [Select as Destination] on the “Map Location” screen. Summary” screen, refer to Checking route = For details on the operations in the “Map information and preferences on page 48. Location”...
  • Page 42: Selecting A Location You Searched For Recently

    Chapter Searching for a destination Touch [Saved Routes]. Touch [New Route]. The “Saved Routes” screen appears. The “New Route to...” screen appears. Touch the entry you want. Touch [History]. The “Route Planner” screen appears. The list of recent destinations appears. p You can add waypoints or change the final Touch the entry you want.
  • Page 43: Searching For A Location Using "combined Search

    Chapter Searching for a destination Smart History items are shown in the “New Enter the name, address, or category of Route to...” screen for easy access. the destination you are looking for, then touch the following key. Displays the “Search Results” screen.
  • Page 44: Searching For A Location By The Coordinates

    Chapter Searching for a destination 10 Touch [Start Navigation]. The searched location appears on the Map Your navigation system starts the route gui- screen. dance. Touch [Select as Destination] on the = For details of the route guidance, refer to “Map Location”...
  • Page 45: Using The "map Location" Screen

    Chapter Searching for a destination 3 Returns the cursor to the initial position and Touch [Select as Destination]. After touching [Select as Destination], the the map scale to the initial scale. “Route Summary” screen appears and count- 4 Shows the route setting preferences for route down begins.
  • Page 46: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route 4 Inserts a new waypoint. Modifying the route 5 Touch to scroll the list. When navigation is already started, there are 6 Waypoint several ways to modify the current route. The 7 Returns to the previous screen. following sections describe some of those op- 8 Starting position (The current vehicle posi- tions.
  • Page 47: Adding Waypoints

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Changing the starting position Adding waypoints The starting position for route can be changed Press the MAP button. from the current position. The Map screen appears. Press the MAP button. Touch the following key. The Map screen appears.
  • Page 48: Checking Detour Routes

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch any of the conditions you want ! Avoid Special Sections: to display on the map. Shows the route avoiding certain sections. You can see the approximate time required Touch the list item to select the section you and total distance of selected route alterna- want to avoid.
  • Page 49: Canceling The Current Route Guidance

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch one of the options. avoiding the transit point (as much as possible). ! Save Route: Saves the displayed route. The saved route can be recalled later. ! Places Along Route: Searches for POIs along the displayed route.
  • Page 50: Watching The Simulation Of The Route

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Watching the simulation of the Jumps to the previous gui- route dance point (maneuver). You can run a simulation of the navigation for the current route, as a demonstration. Follow the steps below. Pauses the simulation.
  • Page 51: Registering And Editing Locations And

    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes Storing a location in Storing your favorite locations “Saved Location” You can store a frequently visited location (such as a relative’s home) to allow easy rout- Storing your favorite locations in “Saved Loca- ing.
  • Page 52: Storing A Route In "saved Routes

    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes Renaming stored locations Touch the following key. Press the MAP button. The Map screen appears. Displays the shortcuts. Touch the following key. Touch [Edit]. Displays the navigation menu on The “Select Location to Edit” screen appears. the Map screen.
  • Page 53: Editing The Stored Route

    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes Touch [Route Summary]. Touch the item you want to rename The “Route Summary” screen appears. and touch [Rename]. Touch the following key. Enter the name and then touch 10 Touch [Done]. Displays the shortcuts. Deleting stored routes Press the MAP button.
  • Page 54: Editing The Stored Alert Points

    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes = For details, refer to “Warnings” settings on this feature is legal in the country where page 66. you intend to use it. Press the MAP button. The Map screen appears. Editing the stored alert points Scroll the map and select a location.
  • Page 55: Receiving Real-time Traffic Information

    Chapter Receiving real-time traffic information (TMC) p If a route is set, relevant events for your cur- The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) provides real-time traffic reports. If the navigation sys- rent route are shown in the upper section of tem is equipped with the TMC feature, you can the list.
  • Page 56: When Traffic Incidents Occur On Your Route

    Chapter Receiving real-time traffic information (TMC) p If you turn the traffic information feature When traffic incidents off, [Traffic] on the navigation menu disap- occur on your route pears. The notification icon shows the status of traffic Press the MAP button. information reception.
  • Page 57: Checking Useful Information About Your

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip Checking useful information destination, as well as for your saved loca- tions. The “Useful Information” menu contains var- p For details, refer to the manual for ious information to support your driving. AVICSYNC on our website. p The online function in “Parking”, “Weath- ! Where Am I?: er”...
  • Page 58: Recording Your Travel History

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip p If there is not enough space in the built-in ! Fuel Consumption: You can estimate the fuel cost to your desti- memory, the oldest trip log will be overwrit- nation by entering the fuel consumption in- ten by the new one.
  • Page 59: Setting The Trip Logger

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip Setting the trip logger Touch [Useful Information]. The “Useful Information” screen appears. Record the trip log. Touch [Trip Monitor]. Press the MAP button. The “Trip Monitor” screen appears. The Map screen appears. Touch and then touch [Edit].
  • Page 60: Calculating The Fuel Consumption

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip Press the MAP button. The Map screen appears. Touch the following key. Displays the navigation menu on the Map screen. p If you touch [Trip Summary], the details of Touch [Useful Information]. The “Useful Information” screen appears. the current trip are displayed.
  • Page 61: Setting The Car Maintenance Schedule

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip Touch [Current Milometer Value] and then enter the current odometer value. Touch [Fuel Amount] to enter the amount of fuel pumped this time. Touch [Fuel Price / Unit] to enter the fuel unit price this time. Touch [Add].
  • Page 62: Customizing Preferences Of The

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Customizing the ! Display: Sets separate themes for daytime and navigation settings nighttime use, adjusts the display back- You can configure the navigation settings, and light, and enables or disables menu anima- modify the behavior of this system. tions.
  • Page 63: Restoring The Default Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Information on each option Modifies the basic software parameters used during the initial setup process. of “Settings” ! SyncTool: “Route Preferences” settings Starts the synchronization tool, which makes it possible to update your maps. Vehicle = For details, refer to Getting the map up- You can set the type of vehicle you will be...
  • Page 64 Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation — Maneuver restrictions and directional Usually practical for slower vehicles. Rarely constraints are taken into account when practical to use to search for shorter routes planning a route. for normal vehicles regardless of the —...
  • Page 65: Sound" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Ferries Announce Streets and Roads in Native When this function is turned off, the route is Language Area calculated prioritizing the avoidance of ferries. You can select whether to have the navigation system announce the street names in the na- Car Shuttle Trains tive language of the area, only the road num- When this function is turned off, the route is...
  • Page 66: Warnings" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Announce System Messages Alert Points When a system message appears, this naviga- This setting allows you to receive a warning tion system can read out the message. when approaching alert points like school zones or railroad crossings. = For details, refer to Setting the alert point “Warnings”...
  • Page 67 Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation ! 3D Terrain Automatic Overview This setting shows or hides the 3D eleva- When selected, the map zooms out to show tion of the surrounding terrain. an overview of the surrounding area if the next ! Track Logs route event (maneuver) is far.
  • Page 68: Regional" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation p This system may not support all the listed Offer Real-time Route Alternatives Alternative routes can be suggested when units in some voice guidance languages. p You can also set other country specific driving on normal roads. This navigation sys- tem will select a different turn in the upcom- units used to display different values in this ing intersection and offer you a different route...
  • Page 69: Display" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Daylight Saving Time Show Free Traffic Flow As Well You can turn on or off the daylight saving time You can select whether to receive information for this navigation system. on smooth traffic flow. Offer Detour if it Saves at Least “Display”...
  • Page 70: Usage Reports" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Online Traffic Setting the alert point You can enable or disable the online traffic ser- warnings vice. You can set an alert for the different alert point Online Weather categories, individually. You can enable or disable the online weather Press the MAP button.
  • Page 71: Expanding The Use Of The Navigation Functions

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation p If you select “Audio and Visual” in the Be sure to read before you use warning type setting, you can change the AVICSYNC function reception timing of the audio alert. If you select “Only When Speeding”, the audio IMPORTANT alert is only played when you exceed the ! Premium services for AVICSYNC require a...
  • Page 72: What Is The Avicsync App

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Compatibility and ! Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may arise from incorrect or flawed app-based con- connectivity tent. You need to install the free AVICSYNC App to ! The content and functionality of the supported your iPhone or smartphone (Android).
  • Page 73: Preparations Before Using The Avicsync Function

    “SyncTool” on this product. p For details, access the following URL and refer to "HOW TO UPDATE?" GUIDE. http://pioneer.naviextras.com Touch [Associate New Phone]. Touch the iPhone or smartphone (Android) that you want to associate with the navigation system and then touch [As-...
  • Page 74: Registering And Connecting A Bluetooth

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ® If your devices feature Bluetooth technology, of three devices can be registered. Two regis- this product can be connected to your devices tration methods are available: wirelessly. This section describes how to set ! Searching for nearby Bluetooth devices up a Bluetooth connection.
  • Page 75: Pairing From Your Bluetooth Devices

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device p The PIN code is set to “0000” as the default, but can be changed. = For details, refer to Entering the PIN code for Bluetooth wireless connection on page 77. p Once the connection is established, the de- vice name is displayed.
  • Page 76: Connecting To A Bluetooth Device Automatically

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ! Off: = For details, refer to Switching visibility on page 77. Turns the automatic connection off. If your Bluetooth device is ready for a Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- Bluetooth wireless connection, a connection nology on your devices.
  • Page 77: Connecting A Registered Bluetooth Device Manually

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the following key. Deletes a paired device. A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. The device is deleted. Touch the name of the device that you want to connect. Connecting a registered Bluetooth device manually Switching visibility Connect the Bluetooth device manually in the This function sets whether or not to make this...
  • Page 78: Displaying The Bluetooth Address

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Press the HOME button to display the Clearing the Bluetooth Top menu screen. memory Touch the following keys in the follow- CAUTION ing order. Never turn this product off while the Bluetooth memory is being cleared. Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen.
  • Page 79: Displaying The Bluetooth Software Version

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “Bluetooth” screen appears. Touch [BT Software Update]. Touch [Start]. The data transfer screen is displayed. p Follow the on-screen instructions to finish updating the Bluetooth software. Displaying the Bluetooth software version If this product fails to operate properly, you...
  • Page 80: 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 81: Making A Phone Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Making a phone call Calling a number in the phone book You can make a phone call in many different After finding the number you want to call in ways. the phone book, you can select the entry and make the call.
  • Page 82: Dialing From The History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the following key. Touch the following key. Ends the call. Ends the call. The call ends. The call ends. Selecting a number by alphabet Dialing from the history search mode The most recent calls made (dialed, received If many phone numbers are registered in the and missed) are stored in the call history list.
  • Page 83: Using The Preset Dial Lists

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the desired entry on the list to Touch the following keys in the follow- make a call. ing order. The dial screen appears. Dialing starts. p To cancel the call, touch The “Preset Dial” screen appears. Touch the following key.
  • Page 84: Answering An Incoming Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Answering an incoming call Minimizing the dial confirmation screen This product informs you that it is receiving a call by displaying a message and producing a p The dial confirmation screen cannot be ring sound. minimized on the AV operation screen. p AV sources cannot be selected even if the dial confirm screen is minimized while talk- ing on the phone.
  • Page 85: Changing The Phone Settings

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Changing the phone settings Turns the ring tone on. ! Off: Answering a call automatically Turns the ring tone off. This product automatically answers incoming calls to the connected cellular phone, so you Inverting names in the phone book can answer calls while driving without taking When your device is connected to this pro- your hands off the steering wheel.
  • Page 86: Adjusting The Other Party's Listening Volume

    When an iPhone running iOS 6.1 or higher is used, Siri Eyes Free Mode is available with this product. Notes for hands-free phoning p For AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX users General notes For using this function with a smartphone, ! Connection to all cellular phones featuring...
  • Page 87 Chapter Using hands-free phoning ! The line-of-sight distance between this pro- ! If the phone number of the received call is duct and your cellular phone must be not registered in the phone book, the 10 meters or less when sending and receiv- phone number of the received call appears.
  • Page 88: Ipod / Iphone Or Smartphone Setup Operation

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation Touch [Smartphone Setup]. When using an iPod / iPhone or a smartphone The “Smartphone Setup” screen appears. with this product, configure the settings of this product according to the device to be con- Configure the following settings.
  • Page 89: Android Device Compatibility

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation ™ Android device compatibility ! iPod classic 160GB (2008): Ver. 2.0.1 ! iPod classic 80GB: Ver. 1.1.2 p Operation methods may vary depending on ! iPod nano (7th generation) the Android device and the software ver- ! iPod nano (6th generation): Ver.
  • Page 90: 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 91 Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation iPod / iPhone with a Lightning connector ! CD-IH202 ! CD-IV202AV Cable connec- ! CD-IU52 ! CD-IU52 Required cable (sold separately) tion is not re- CD-IU52 ! Lightning Di- ! Lightning to quired.
  • Page 92 MirrorLink mode. (*1) For AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX users Available only when an Android Auto-compatible device is connected. The AVICSYNC App function automatically turns off when an Android Auto-compatible device is connected with this product for the first time. From the next time a compatible device is connected, Android Auto cannot be used while the AVICSYNC App function is on.
  • Page 93: Using The Radio

    Chapter Using the radio = For details, refer to Seek tuning on page 5100NEX 9 Displays the preset channels. = For details, refer to Selecting a preset You can listen to the radio using this product. channel from the preset channel list on This section describes operations for the page 95.
  • Page 94: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using the radio Selecting a band Indicator Meaning % Touch the following key. Appears when the song information 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 95: Selecting A Preset Channel From The Preset Channel List

    Chapter Using the radio Selecting a preset channel Storing the strongest from the preset channel list broadcast frequencies Once you have stored broadcast channels, BSM (best stations memory) function automa- you can easily recall preset channels from tically stores the six strongest broadcast fre- quencies under the preset tuning keys “1”...
  • Page 96: Storing Song Information To An Ipod (itunes Tagging)

    Chapter Using the radio Touch [AV Source Settings]. Operating with the The following screen appears. hardware buttons Press the TRK button. You can move up or down the preset chan- nels. Press and hold the TRK button. You can perform seek tuning. Touch [Radio Settings].
  • Page 97: Hd Radio Reception

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception 8100NEX 7100NEX 6100NEX ® iTunes Tagging provides you the opportunity to discover a wide range of content and the means to “tag” that con- HD Radio stations ® tent for later review and purchase from the iTunes Store.
  • Page 98: Reading The Screen

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception = For details, refer to Storing song informa- Shows the artist (performer) name for tion to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on page the song currently playing (when avail- 221. able). 9 Performs manual tuning or seek tuning. Multicast channels = For details, refer to Manual tuning on ! Multicast channel number and song...
  • Page 99: Starting Procedure

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception 7 Signal type indicator Manual tuning Shows the type of signal currently being re- % Touch the following keys to tune manu- ceived. If a digital broadcast is being received, ally. appears. Otherwise, appears. 8 HD Radio indicator Moves down one step at a time.
  • Page 100: Selecting A Preset Channel From The Preset Channel List

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception 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 Storing the strongest memory with a single touch of a key.
  • Page 101: Switching The Seek Mode

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception Touch the following keys in the follow- Sets the level of sensitivity for AM to level 1. ing order. ! Level2: Sets the level of sensitivity for AM to level 2. p The FM “Level4” (AM “Level2”) setting al- lows reception of only stations with the strongest signals, while lower settings The “System”...
  • Page 102: Switching The Reception Mode

    Chapter ™ HD Radio reception Touch [Seek] repeatedly until the de- sired setting appears. ! Seek All (default): Seeks stations from both analog and digital broadcasting. ! Seek HD: Only seeks stations from digital broad- casting. Touch [Blending] repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
  • Page 103: Playing A Disc

    Chapter Playing a disc Using the touch panel keys You can play a normal music CD, Video-CD or DVD-Video using the built-in drive of this pro- (for video) duct. This section describes these operations. Example: DVD CAUTION Playback screen (page 1) For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion.
  • Page 104 Chapter Playing a disc 9 Changes the playback point by dragging = For details, refer to Resuming playback the key. (Bookmark) on page 109. = For details, refer to Operating the time p Displays the DVD menu keypad. bar on page 27. = For details, refer to Operating the DVD a Switches the media file type.
  • Page 105: Reading The Screen (for Audio)

    Chapter Playing a disc Reading the screen (for audio) Playing tracks in random order Indicator Meaning Example: CD Does not play tracks in random order. Plays all tracks in the current disc in random order. Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Repeats just the current track.
  • Page 106: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Playing a disc Starting procedure Playing tracks in random order All tracks on the disc can be played at random Display the AV source selection screen. by only touching a single key. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 24.
  • Page 107: Switching The Media File Type

    Chapter Playing a disc Touch the following key. Repeats all files. Repeats just the current chapter. Displays the screen for direct num- ber search. Repeats just the current title. Touch [Title] (title), [Chapter] (chapter), [10Key] (numeric keypad), or [Track] Switching the media file type (track).
  • Page 108: Switching The Subtitle Language

    Chapter Playing a disc Switching the subtitle Slow motion playback language This lets you slow down the playback speed. You can switch the subtitle language while a Touch and hold [r] until an arrow icon disc is playing when the disc has multilingual is displayed during playback.
  • Page 109: Resuming Playback (bookmark)

    Chapter Playing a disc Resuming playback Touch the following key. (Bookmark) Confirms the selected item. The Bookmark function lets you resume play- back from a selected scene the next time the disc is loaded. p The way to display the menu differs depend- ing on the disc.
  • Page 110: Operating With The Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing a disc ! Mix: Mixing left and right p This function is not available when disc playback has been stopped. p The appearance of this key changes accord- ing to the current setting. Operating with the hardware buttons Press the TRK button.
  • Page 111: Playing Compressed Audio Files

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files 6 Selects a file from the list. You can play compressed audio files stored in a disc or an external storage device (USB, SD) = For details, refer to Selecting files from the file name list on page 114. using the built-in drive of this product.
  • Page 112: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files p This function is available only when Shows the name of the file currently playing files in an external storage de- playing. vice (USB, SD) in the Music Browse : Folder name mode. Shows the name of the folder contain- ing the file currently playing.
  • Page 113: Starting Procedure (for Disc)

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Starting procedure (for Setting a repeat play range (for Folder Browse mode) USB/SD) Indicator Meaning Display the AV source selection screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- Repeats just the current file. playing the AV operation screen on page 24.
  • Page 114: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Selecting a file from the list If connecting an external storage device (USB, SD), this product accesses the database of related to the song currently music files with tag information and switches playing (link search) to the Music Browse mode automatically.
  • Page 115: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files % Touch the following key repeatedly Folder Browse mode until the desired setting appears. (default): Repeats all files. Turns random play on or off. Repeats the current folder. (default): Repeats just the current file. Does not play files in random order. Plays all audio files in the current repeat Switching the media file type play range in random order.
  • Page 116 Chapter Playing compressed video files 7 Sets a repeat play range. You can play compressed video files stored on a disc or in an external storage device (USB, = For details, refer to Setting a repeat play range on page 118. SD) using the built-in drive of this product.
  • Page 117: Playing Compressed Video Files

    Chapter Playing compressed video files Reading the screen Use the touch panel keys on the screen to control the disc. Example: Disc = For details, refer to Using the touch panel keys on page 116. Starting procedure (for USB/SD) Display the AV source selection screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 24.
  • Page 118: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing compressed video files Touch a file on the list to play back. % Touch [r] (external storage device p Files are played back in file number order (USB, SD)) or touch and hold [r] (disc) during playback. and folders are skipped if they contain no The arrow icon is displayed, and forward slow files.
  • Page 119: Playing Compressed Still Image Files

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files b Rotates the displayed picture 90° clock- You can view still images (JPEG images) stored in an external storage device (USB, SD) wise. c Selects the previous folder or the next using the built-in drive of this product. This section describes how.
  • Page 120: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files Touch [USB] or [SD] on the AV source (default): selection screen. Does not play files in random order. The image is displayed on the screen. Plays all files in the current repeat play Use the touch panel keys on the screen range in random order.
  • Page 121: Operating With The Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files p This setting is available during playback of the JPEG files. Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “Video Setup” screen appears. Touch [Time Per Photo Slide].
  • Page 122: 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 123: Using The Touch Panel Keys (for Itunes Radio)

    Chapter Using an iPod Using the touch panel keys = For details, refer to Operating the time bar on page 27. (for iTunes Radio) b Switches between playback and pause. c Displays the song list of the album cur- rently playing. = For details, refer to Displaying lists re- lated to the song currently playing (link search) on page 129.
  • Page 124: Reading The Screen (for Video)

    Chapter Using an iPod p This information is not available Reading the screen (for video) while playing iTunes Radio. : Genre Shows the genre of the current file (when available). “No Genre” is dis- played if there is no corresponding infor- mation.
  • Page 125: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using an iPod Starting procedure Setting the shuffle play When connecting an iPod to this product, you This function shuffles songs, albums or videos must select the method for connecting your and plays them in random order. p This function is not available while playing device.
  • Page 126: Selecting Song Or Video Sources From The Playlist Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod Selecting song or video ! Podcasts ! Genres sources from the playlist ! Composers screen ! Audiobooks Category lists (for video): You can search for the song, video, or radio ! Video Playlists stations you want to play from the playlist ! Movies screen.
  • Page 127: Using Itunes Radio

    Chapter Using an iPod p Playlists that you created with the p If you touch [Play More Like This] when MusicSphere application are displayed in the menu item is active, songs similar to abbreviated form. the current song will be played back. p If you touch [Play More Like This] when the menu item is highlighted, the function Using iTunes Radio...
  • Page 128: Using This Product's Ipod Function From Your Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod is set to “App Mode”. However, the opera- Touch the following key. tion will depend on your applications. — Playing/pausing Displays the pop-up menu. — Fast forwarding/reversing — Tracking up/down — Moving up/down to a chapter Touch [Add to iTunes Wish List].
  • Page 129: Displaying Lists Related To The Song Currently Playing (link Search)

    Chapter Using an iPod Displaying lists related to Using the touch panel keys the song currently playing (link search) p This function is not available while playing iTunes Radio. Touch the artwork to open a list of the names of songs on the album currently playing.
  • Page 130: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod Reading the screen 1 App name Shows the App name of the currently playing. 2 Song title Shows the title of the song currently being played (when available). “No Title” is dis- played if there is no corresponding informa- tion.
  • Page 131: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Playing music output from the Android Auto- compatible device Reading the screen 8100NEX 7100NEX If an Android Auto-compatible device is con- nected to this product, you can listen to the music output from the Android device with this product, and control the playback directly from this product.
  • Page 132: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Playing music output from the Android Auto- compatible device Setting a repeat play range Indicator Meaning Repeats all songs in the se- lected list. Repeats just the current song. p Playback condition indicators may not be displayed depending on the Android device.
  • Page 133: Using Appradio Mode

    (AppRadio Mode). ! PIONEER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE AND DIS- In AppRadio Mode, you can operate applica- CLAIMS LIABILITY FOR THIRD PARTY tions with finger gestures such as tapping,...
  • Page 134: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications = For details, refer to Displaying the phone menu on page 80. 6 Displays the current source. p In AppRadio Mode, App control side bar will appear. p If you press the HOME button twice, the App control side bar will disappear.
  • Page 135: Using The Keyboard

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Touch [APPS]. The AppRadio app is launched, and the AppRadio Mode screen (Application menu screen) appears. p If you connect your device while an AppRadio Mode-compatible application is already running, the application operation screen will appear on this product.
  • Page 136: Adjusting The Image Size (for Smartphone Users)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Set the keyboard language. CAUTION = For details of the operations, refer to Setting This setting is available only when you stop your the keyboard language with the application vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking for iPhone on page 186.
  • Page 137: Displaying The Image Of Your Application (iphone With 30-pin Connector)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Touch the following keys to adjust the Touch [APPS]. line to fit smartphone image size. A message, which notifies you that your iPhone can launch the application, appears on the screen. Moves the line to the left. A message, which asks you whether you want to launch your application, appears on your iPhone.
  • Page 138: Displaying The Image Of Your Application (smartphone)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Press the HOME button to display the Touch [APPS]. Top menu screen. The image in your smartphone appears on the screen. Touch [APPS]. Launch an application on your smart- The image in your iPhone appears on the screen.
  • Page 139: Starting Procedure

    Operate the application. ! PIONEER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE AND DIS- = For details on adjusting the volume, refer to CLAIMS LIABILITY FOR THIRD PARTY Adjusting the volume on page 140.
  • Page 140: Adjusting The Volume

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Adjusting the volume Using the touch panel keys (App control side bar) You can adjust the guidance volume/alert sound volume separately from the main sound volume when Android Auto is used. % Touch the VOL (+/–) button. 1 Displays the source list.
  • Page 141: Using The Audio Mix Function

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Press the HOME button to display the put Navigation Sounds instead of App- Top menu screen. based Audio?” is displayed. To output voice guidance for the navigation system, Touch [APPS]. touch [Yes]. If the launcher application is installed in the MirrorLink device, the application launches.
  • Page 142: Streaming Pandora

    Notes experiencing. ! Pandora internet radio is a music service not affiliated with Pioneer. More information is Pandora operations available at http://www.pandora.com You can enjoy Pandora by connecting an ! The Pandora mobile application is available...
  • Page 143: Reading The Screen

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora 2 Displays the Time and date setting Reading the screen screen. = For details, refer to Setting the time and date on page 221. 3 Displays the Setting menu screen. 4 Recalls equalizer curves. = For details, refer to Using the equalizer on page 202.
  • Page 144: For Iphone With A 30-pin Connector Users

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora For iPhone with a 30-pin Display the AV source selection screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- connector users playing the AV operation screen on page 24. Unlock your iPhone. Touch [Pandora] on the AV source selec- Connect your iPhone.
  • Page 145: Selecting A Pandora Station From The List

    Chapter ® Streaming Pandora Touch [Pandora] on the AV source selec- Date: Sorts the items in the list in the order tion screen. of the dates the items were created. p If you touch When you touch [Pandora], this product will , the station will be deleted.
  • Page 146 Because the application for the iPhone or 6 Displays the Phone menu screen. smartphone is not provided by Pioneer, the re- = For details, refer to Displaying the phone quired version of the application may not yet menu on page 80.
  • Page 147: Using Aha Radio

    Chapter Using Aha Radio 4 Rating information Indicator Meaning Shows the rated value of the current content displayed if available. Touching the key discloses the 5 Current station information current car location through Aha Radio. Shows information on the content currently being played.
  • Page 148: For Smartphone Users

    Chapter Using Aha Radio p The cable connection method varies de- = For details of the Bluetooth connection, refer to Registering your Bluetooth de- pending on your device. vices on page 74. = For details of the connections, refer to p The cable connection method varies de- the Installation Manual.
  • Page 149: Using Idatalink

    Chapter Using iDatalink Access the Automotive Data Solutions By connecting the optional iDatalink adapter, you can access the satellite radio source pro- Inc. website (www.idatalinkmaestro.com/) and follow the on-screen directions to con- vided for the vehicle and the vehicle informa- figure the desired firmware.
  • Page 150 Chapter Using iDatalink 1 Displays the source list. Use the touch panel keys on the screen to control the OEM feature. = For details, refer to Selecting a front source on the source list on page 25. USB/iPod (Media player) 2 Selects a band.
  • Page 151: Hands-free Phone

    Chapter Using iDatalink Hands-free phone Selecting a SiriusXM channel directly By connecting this product to the vehicle bus system using an iDatalink adapter (sold sepa- rately), this product can access the hands-free phone for the vehicle. p This function is not available during a call via this product or while using the voice re- cognition function.
  • Page 152: Phone Book Screen

    Chapter Using iDatalink Phone Book screen Dial screen 1 Switches to the voice recognition func- 1 Dial pad 2 Deletes one digit. Touch and hold to de- tion. 2 Switches to the phone book list. lete all digits. 3 Switches to the missed, received and dia- 3 Turns private mode on or off.
  • Page 153: 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 74.
  • Page 154: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player p In the following cases, file information a Plays files in random order. = For details, refer to Playing files in ran- will only be displayed after a file starts dom order on page 155. or resumes playing: —...
  • Page 155: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player Use the touch panel keys on the screen % Touch the following key repeatedly to control the Bluetooth audio player. until the desired setting appears. = For details, refer to Using the touch panel keys on page 153.
  • Page 156: Using The Siriusxm ® Satellite Radio

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio SiriusXM satellite radio ! Call XM customer Care at 1-877-438-9677 # The SiriusXM satellites will send an activation operations message to your tuner. When the tuner has re- ceived the message, “Subscription Updated” is You can use this product to control a SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner (sold separately).
  • Page 157: Reading The Screen

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio 5 Recalls equalizer curves. g Recalls the preset channel stored to a key = For details, refer to Using the equalizer from memory with a single touch of the on page 202. key. 6 Selects a channel from the list.
  • Page 158: Starting Procedure

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Shows the tuned band: SXM1, SXM2, SXM3 or Shows the detailed information of the broad- Featured. cast channel currently being received. p “Featured” is available only when “Fea- ! Channel name/Channel number tured Favorites” is set to “On”. Shows the channel name or channel 2 Channel name logo number of the channel currently being...
  • Page 159: Manual Tuning

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Touch the item on the list (“1” to “6”) to Use the touch panel keys on the screen to control the radio. switch to a channel registered as a preset channel. = For details, refer to Using the touch panel p If you touch the preset channel list display keys on page 156.
  • Page 160: Selecting A Channel From A List Of All Channels

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Touch the following key. Closes the screen. Selecting a channel from Touch [0] to [9] to input the desired the category list channel number. p To delete the entered numbers one by one, You can select a channel from the available touch [C].
  • Page 161: Using The Replay Function

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio ™ Touch the following key. Setting SiriusXM TuneStart Automatically start songs from the beginning when you tune to one of your preset channels in the cur- Switches between list types. rent preset band when TuneStart is turned on. p This function is available only when “SiriusXM”...
  • Page 162: Using Tunescan

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio ™ Using TuneScan Touching [o] skips to the previous song during TuneScan or to the previous channel ™ When you activate the TuneScan feature, you during category scan. will hear a few seconds of the songs, which Touching [p] skips to the next song dur- have not been listened to, from each of the ing TuneScan or to the next channel during...
  • Page 163: Checking The Update Traffic And Weather Information

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio p If the same channels are stored in the pre- ! You can return to the original channel by set channel list, the channels are counted pressing while listening to the traffic as one. and weather channel.
  • Page 164: Setting Parental Lock

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Touch [City Setting]. Touch [SiriusXM Settings]. The “City” screen appears. The following screen appears. Touch the desired city. p A check mark appears for the selected item. ! If you touch [No City Selected], the check mark will be removed from the selected city.
  • Page 165: Using The Content Alerts Function (such As Song Alerts, Artist Alerts And Game Alerts)

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio The “System” screen appears. artists or games involving your favorite sports teams are playing on other channels. The Touch [AV Source Settings]. radio will display an alert message when a The following screen appears. matching artist, song or team is found on an- other channel.
  • Page 166: Selecting Teams For Game Alert

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “System” screen appears. Touch [AV Source Settings]. The following screen appears. 1 Delete All Deletes all items memorized to the alert list. 2 Alert On/Alert Off Changes the settings in the following order each time you touch the key.
  • Page 167: Setting The Featured Favorites Function

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Touch [SiriusXM Settings]. The “System” screen appears. The following screen appears. Touch [AV Source Settings]. The following screen appears.
  • Page 168: Setting The Update Notification For Featured Favorites

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Setting the update Touch [Featured Band Update Mes- sages] repeatedly until the desired setting notification for Featured appears. Favorites ! On (default): Activates the update notification function. You can set whether to be notified when the ! Off featured seasonal theme is updated.
  • Page 169: Selecting Teams For Sportsflash

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio p Notification messages will not be displayed Selecting teams for while you are listening to the channel that SportsFlash is the target of SportsFlash or while the p This function is available only when Radio ID is displayed.
  • Page 170: Restoring The Siriusxm Settings To The Default

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Touch [SportsFlash List]. Touch the following keys in the follow- The “SportsFlash List” screen appears. ing order. Touch [Edit List]. Available leagues and teams are displayed. p Touch a league to narrow down the options as necessary.
  • Page 171: Operating With The Hardware Buttons

    Chapter ® Using the SiriusXM satellite radio Operating with the hardware buttons Press the TRK button. You can move up or down the preset channels when the current channel is displayed. You can skip files forward or backward when the play time indicator is displayed. Press and hold the TRK button.
  • Page 172: Using An Hdmi Source

    Chapter Using an HDMI source = For details, refer to Displaying the phone 8100NEX 7100NEX 6100NEX menu on page 80. You can display the video image output by the 7 Changes the wide screen mode. device connected to this product. This section = For details, refer to Changing the wide describes operations for an HDMI source.
  • Page 173: Using An Aux Source

    Chapter Using an AUX source You can display the video image output by the = For details, refer to Switching the opera- device connected to this product. This section tion screen on page 174. 8 Changes the wide screen mode. describes operations for an AUX source.
  • Page 174: Setting The Video Signal

    Chapter Using an AUX source Confirm that “AUX Input” is turned on. Touch the item you want to set. p The default setting is “On”. ! Auto (default): Adjusts the video signal setting automati- Display the AV source selection screen. cally.
  • Page 175: Using Av Input

    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 176: Setting The Video Signal

    Chapter Using AV input Display the AV source selection screen. Adjusts the video signal setting automati- cally. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- ! PAL: playing the AV operation screen on page 24. Sets the video signal to PAL. Touch [AV] on the AV source selection ! NTSC: screen.
  • Page 177: Using Mixtrax

    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 178: Specifying The Playback Portion

    Chapter Using MIXTRAX Touch the following key. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Displays the “Playback not al- lowed” screen. Touch [Songs], [Artists] or [Albums]. The “System” screen appears. Touch the box on the left of the item or Touch [AV Source Settings].
  • Page 179: System Settings

    Chapter System settings Navigation info window Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. You can set whether to display the guidance information of the navigation on the AV opera- tion screen. Press the HOME button to display the The “System”...
  • Page 180: Setting The Ever Scroll

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “System” screen appears. Touch [Input/Output Settings]. Touch [Bluetooth Audio] repeatedly The following screen appears. until the desired setting appears. ! On (default): Activates the Bluetooth audio source. ! Off: Deactivates the Bluetooth audio source.
  • Page 181: Setting Rear View Camera Activation

    Chapter System settings p If the shift lever is aligned to the REVERSE Touch [Camera settings]. (R) position immediately after the system of The following screen appears. this product is started up, only the camera image will be displayed and the parking as- sist guidelines will not be displayed.
  • Page 182: Setting The Reversed Image Display For The Rear View Image

    Chapter System settings ! Ground: Touch [Back Camera: Reverse Video] re- When the polarity of the connected lead is peatedly until the desired setting appears. negative while the shift lever is in the RE- ! Off (default): VERSE (R) position. Does not reverse the rear view camera When the shift lever is aligned to the RE- images.
  • Page 183: Displaying The Parking Assist Guidelines

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “System” screen appears. Touch [Camera settings]. Touch [Camera View] repeatedly until The following screen appears. the desired setting appears. ! Off (default): Turns the camera view setting off. ! On: Turns the camera view setting on.
  • Page 184: Setting The Second Camera Input

    Chapter System settings ! The image quality may deteriorate depending on the usage environment, such as at night or in dark surroundings. Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Using packing tape or similar, place markings approximately 25 cm (9-7/8 in.) from each side of the vehicle, and approxi- Set the guidelines by dragging the four...
  • Page 185: Setting The Second Camera Activation

    Chapter System settings Setting the second camera Setting the reversed image setting activation for the second camera input image p To view images of the second camera on Second camera images are displayed reversed the screen of this product, “2nd Camera (as mirror images) on the front screen except Input”...
  • Page 186: Selecting The System Language

    Chapter System settings Press 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 “System” screen appears. Touch [System Language]. The “System” screen appears. The pop-up menu appears.
  • Page 187: Adjusting The Response Positions Of The Touch Panel (touch Panel Calibration)

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- Touch two corners of the screen along ing order. the arrows, and then touch the centers of two + marks at the same time twice. Press the HOME button. The adjustment results are saved. The “System”...
  • Page 188: Setting Whether To Activate The Dimmer Function

    Chapter System settings Touch [Dimmer Trigger]. The pop-up menu appears. Touch the item you want to set. ! Auto (default): Activates the dimmer function when the ve- hicle’s headlights are on (nighttime). ! Manual: Enables to set whether to activate the dim- mer function.
  • Page 189: Adjusting The Picture

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “System” screen appears. Touch [Picture Adjustment]. Touch [Dimmer Duration]. The following screen appears. The duration setting bar appears. Touch the desired points on the dura- tion setting bar, or slide the cursors to spe- cify the start time and the end time, respectively.
  • Page 190: Displaying The Firmware Version

    — HDMI and AppRadio Mode (HDMI) (for while the firmware is being updated. AVIC-8100NEX, AVIC-7100NEX and ! You can only update the firmware when the ve- AVIC-6100NEX) hicle is stopped and the parking brake is en- — Android Auto (for AVIC-8100NEX and gaged. AVIC-7100NEX)
  • Page 191: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    Chapter System settings p Use the USB port1 to update the firmware p If an error message appears on the screen, using a USB storage device. touch [Continue] to proceed and start the p SD memory card is available for AVIC- recovery sequence.
  • Page 192: Clearing The Status

    Chapter System settings 3 Acceleration or deceleration/Rotational ! After moving the navigation system to speed another vehicle # If you touch [Reset Distance], all learned re- Indicates the acceleration or deceleration sults stored in “Distance” are cleared. velocity of your vehicle. The rotational speed when your vehicle turns to the left or right is also shown.
  • Page 193 Chapter System settings The Speed Pulse value detected by this pro- duct is shown. “0” is shown while the vehi- cle is stationary. 5 Illumination When the headlights or small lamps of the vehicle are on, “ON” is displayed. When the small lamps of the vehicle are off, “OFF”...
  • Page 194: Audio Adjustments

    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 only when main Moves towards the right.
  • Page 195: Switching Sound Muting/attenuation

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys to adjust the Adjusting source levels left/right speaker balance. The SLA (source level adjustment) function ad- justs the volume level of each source to pre- Moves towards the left. vent radical changes in volume when switching between sources.
  • Page 196 Digital AV adapter AppRadio Mode ! Lightning Digital iPod / iPhone with a HDMI AV Adapter Lightning connector iPod1 iPhone/iPod CD-IU52 Pandora Android Auto (*1) Others CD-MU200 MirrorLink Android device Pandora Others HDMI CD-AH200 AppRadio Mode HDMI (*1) For AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX...
  • Page 197 / iPhone with a Lightning connector is connected to USB port 1 or USB port 2. p When an Android Auto-compatible device (for AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX) or a MirrorLink device is connected to USB port 2, the source level adjustment volume is automatically set to the same level as USB port 2.
  • Page 198: 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 199: Selecting The Listening Position

    Chapter Audio adjustments The “Audio” screen appears. Touch the following keys to select “Subwoofer”. Touch [Listening Position]. The “Listening Position” screen appears. Selects the adjustable previous speak- Touch the desired position. ! Off (default): Changes the listening position setting to Selects the adjustable next speaker.
  • Page 200: Adjusting The Time Alignment

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch [Speaker Level]. Changes the speaker level of the front right The “Speaker Level” screen appears. speaker. ! Rear Left: Touch the following keys to select the Changes the speaker level of the rear left listening position if necessary. speaker.
  • Page 201 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 202: Using The Automatic Sound Levelizer

    Chapter Audio adjustments Using the automatic sound Recalling equalizer curves levelizer There are seven stored equalizer curves that you can easily recall at any time. Here is a list During driving, noise in the car changes ac- of the equalizer curves: cording to the driving speed and road condi- tions.
  • Page 203: Customizing The Equalizer Curves

    Chapter Audio adjustments Customizing the equalizer curves = For details of the operations, refer to Adjust- ing the equalizer curve automatically (Auto You can adjust the currently selected equalizer EQ) on page 203. curve setting as desired. Adjustments can be p To manually adjust the equalizer curve, set made with a 13-band graphic equalizer.
  • Page 204: Before Operating The Auto Eq Function

    Previous settings for Auto EQ will be over- must be connected. written. ! When this product is connected to a power p For AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX amp with input level control, Auto EQ may users be impossible if the power amp’s input Do not press the h button to open or close level is set below the standard level.
  • Page 205 Chapter Audio adjustments The “Audio” screen appears. Stop the vehicle in a quiet place, close all the doors, windows and sun roof, and Touch [A-EQ&TA Measurement]. then turn the engine off. The “A-EQ&TA Measurement” screen ap- If the engine is left running, engine noise may pears.
  • Page 206 Chapter Audio adjustments 10 Touch [Front Left] or [Front Right] to se- lect the current listening position. 11 Touch [Start]. A 10-second countdown starts. p The Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the process starts. 12 Exit the vehicle and keep the doors closed until the countdown finishes.
  • Page 207: Theme Menu

    Chapter Theme menu Selecting the background Displays the background display image im- ported from the external storage device display (USB, SD). The background display can be selected from = For details, refer to Changing to the back- 8 different preset displays for the AV operation ground display image stored on the exter- screen and 5 different preset displays for the nal storage device (USB, SD) on page...
  • Page 208: Setting The Illumination Color

    Chapter Theme menu Selecting the color from the preset colors You can select an illumination color from the color list. Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- p You can also change the screen for settings ing order.
  • Page 209: Creating A User-defined Color

    Chapter Theme menu Creating a user-defined color Touch and hold [Memo] to store the customized color in the memory. You can create a user-defined color. The cre- The customized color is stored in the memory. ated color is stored, and you can select the The set color will be recalled from the memory color when setting the illumination color the the next time you touch the same key.
  • Page 210: Changing The Preinstalled Splash Screen

    Chapter Theme menu Press 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 “Theme” screen appears. Touch [Splash Screen]. The “Theme” screen appears. The following screen appears.
  • Page 211: Replicating The Settings

    “Theme” settings are exported to is as follows: 1 SD memory card (for AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX) 2 USB storage device that is connected to USB port 1 3 USB storage device that is connected to Touch the following key.
  • Page 212: Importing "theme" Settings

    “Theme” settings are imported from is as follows: 1 SD memory card (for AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX) 2 USB storage device that is connected to USB port 1...
  • Page 213: Setting Up The Video Player

    Chapter Setting up the video player Setting the top-priority The subtitle language is set. p If the selected language is not available, the languages language specified on the disc is displayed. p You can switch the subtitle language by You can assign the top-priority language to the top-priority subtitle, audio and menu in initial touching the subtitle language switching playback.
  • Page 214: Setting The Menu Language

    Chapter Setting up the video player p If the selected language is not available, the p If the selected language is not available, the language specified on the disc is applied. language specified on the disc is dis- p You can switch the audio language by played.
  • Page 215: Setting The Aspect Ratio

    Chapter Setting up the video player Setting the aspect ratio ! Letter Box: Makes the image in the shape of a letterbox There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen with black bands on the top and bottom of display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) the screen.
  • Page 216: Displaying Your Divx Vod Registration Code

    Chapter Setting up the video player Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. with discs that do not feature a recorded The following screen appears. parental lock level. p With some discs, parental lock operates to skip certain scenes only, after which normal playback resumes. For details, refer to the disc’s instructions.
  • Page 217: Displaying Your Divx Vod Deregistration Code

    Chapter Setting up the video player p If a registration code has already been acti- p Make a note of the code as you will need it vated, it cannot be displayed. when you deregister from a DivX VOD provider. Touch [Registration Code].
  • Page 218: Setting The Video Signal For The Rear View Camera

    Chapter Setting up the video player Setting the video signal for the rear view camera When you connect a rear view camera to this product, select the suitable video signal set- ting. p You can operate this function only for the video signal input into the AV input.
  • Page 219: Language Code Chart For Dvds

    Chapter Setting up the video player Language code chart for DVDs Two-letter Two-letter Two-letter code, Language code, Language code, Language input code input code input code aa, 0101 Afar ie, 0905 Interlingue rn, 1814 Rundi ab, 0102 Abkhazian ik, 0911 Inupiaq ro, 1815 Romanian...
  • Page 220: 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 221: Common Operations

    Chapter Common operations p The iTunes Tagging function is available Setting the time and date when the song information is available. 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 222: Setting The "sound Retriever" Function

    When the song information transfer to your keys on page 93. iPod is completed, disappears. p When the song information transfer is com- HD Radio (for AVIC-8100NEX, AVIC-7100NEX and AVIC-6100NEX) pleted, the information stored in this pro- ® = For details, refer to iTunes tagging indi- duct will be automatically deleted.
  • Page 223: Changing The Wide Screen Mode

    Chapter Common operations p When a video is viewed in a wide screen Changing the wide screen mode that does not match its original as- mode pect ratio, it may appear different. p The video image will appear coarser when You can set the screen size for the video and viewed in “Zoom”...
  • Page 224: Other Functions

    ! Mirror the rear display when Android Auto is on. The video on the front screen of this pro- p “SD” is available for AVIC-8100NEX and duct is output to the rear display. AVIC-7100NEX only. — Not all videos or sounds can be output to the rear display.
  • Page 225: Entering The Password

    Chapter Other functions The “System” screen appears. Touch [Go]. When the correct password is entered, this Touch Area1, followed by Area2, and product will be unlocked. then touch and hold Area3. Area1 Area2 Area3 Deleting the password The current password and password hint can be deleted.
  • Page 226: 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]. The following screen appears. Restoring this product to the default settings You can restore settings or recorded content to the default settings.
  • Page 227: Appendix

    If you have problems operating your navigation system, 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 228 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) Playback is not with the audio The DVD playing does not feature Switching to a selected language is not possi- ble if the language selected in “DVD/DivX language and subtitle language dialog or subtitles in the language settings selected in “DVD/DivX selected in “DVD/DivX Setup”.
  • Page 229: 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 230 Appendix Message Cause Action Detected unusual speed The speed pulse cannot be detected Contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer pulses. correctly. Station for assistance. Detected changes in the in- Changes in the installation angle or Wait until the sensor learning finishes.
  • Page 231 Check the tuner connection and battery vol- connection is incorrect. tage. If the message fails to disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service center for assistance. No Signal The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner...
  • Page 232 Appendix Appendix Disc Message Cause Action (Reference) Error-02-XX/FF-FF The disc is dirty. Clean the disc. The disc is scratched. Replace the disc. The disc is loaded upside down. Check that the disc is loaded correctly. There is an electrical or mechanical Press the RESET button.
  • Page 233 Appendix Appendix Message Cause Action (Reference) Protect All the files on the connected exter- Replace the external storage device (USB, nal storage device (USB, SD) are SD). embedded with DRM. Incompatible USB The connected USB storage device Disconnect your device and replace it with a is not supported by this product.
  • Page 234 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. Android Auto Message...
  • Page 235 If the error message is still displayed after per- forming the above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer Service Sta- tion. There is no supported applica- No supported applications can be...
  • Page 236: Positioning Technology

    The position of the speed detection circuit vary depending on the vehicle model. For The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses a details, consult your authorized Pioneer network of satellites orbiting the Earth. Each dealer or an installation professional. of the satellites, which orbit at a height of...
  • Page 237: Handling Large Errors

    Appendix Appendix Map matching When positioning by GPS is As mentioned, the positioning systems used impossible by this navigation system are susceptible to ! GPS positioning is disabled if signals can- certain errors. Their calculations may, on occa- not be received from more than two GPS sion, place you in a location on the map where satellites.
  • Page 238: Conditions Likely To Cause Noticeable Positioning Errors

    Appendix Appendix Conditions likely to cause ! If you drive in zigzags. noticeable positioning errors For various reasons, such as the state of the road you are traveling on and the reception status of the GPS signal, the actual position of your vehicle may differ from the position dis- played on the map screen.
  • Page 239 Appendix Appendix ! If you are on a steep mountain road with ! If trees or other obstacles block the GPS many height changes. signals for a considerable period. ! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-and- ! If you enter or exit a multi-storey parking lot stop manner, as in a traffic congestion.
  • Page 240: Route Setting Information

    Appendix Appendix Route setting information current heading. In such cases, you are in- structed to turn around, so please turn Route search specifications around safely by following the actual traffic rules. Your navigation system sets a route to your ! In some cases, a route may begin on the destination by applying certain built-in rules to opposite side of a railway or river from your the map data.
  • Page 241: Built-in Drive And Care

    Appendix Appendix Built-in drive and care one hour. Also, wipe any damp discs with a soft cloth. ! Use only conventional, fully circular discs. ! Playback of discs may not be possible be- Do not use shaped discs. cause of disc characteristics, disc format, recorded application, playback environ- ment, storage conditions and so on.
  • Page 242: Avchd Recorded Discs

    Appendix Appendix is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. p It is not possible to play DVD-Audio discs. This DVD drive may not be able to play all discs bearing the marks shown above. AVCHD recorded discs This unit is not compatible with discs recorded Detailed information for in AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Defi- playable media...
  • Page 243 Appendix Appendix CD-R/CD-RW discs Notes on SD memory cards ! Unfinalized discs cannot be played back. ! Some SD memory cards may not be recog- ! It may not be possible to playback CD-R/ nized by this unit even if the SD memory CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD re- cards can be recognized by a computer.
  • Page 244 Appendix Appendix SD memory card and SDHC memory card must be exactly the same. However, if there is only one DivX file and one subtitle file in = For details about SD memory card compat- a single folder, the files are associated even ibility with this product, refer to Specifica- if the file names are not the same.
  • Page 245: Media Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Appendix Media compatibility chart General DVD-R/-R SL/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card DL/DVD-RW vice ! ISO9660 level 1 ! ISO9660 level 1 ! ISO9660 level 2 ! ISO9660 level 2 ! Romeo, Joliet ! Romeo, Joliet File system FAT16/FAT32/NTFS ! UDF 1.02 / 1.50...
  • Page 246 Appendix Appendix WMA compatibility DVD-R/-R SL/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card DL/DVD-RW vice 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: ™...
  • Page 247 Appendix Appendix DivX compatibility DVD-R/-R SL/-R USB storage de- Media CD-R/-RW SD memory card DL/DVD-RW vice File extension .avi/.divx Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Profile (DivX version) Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec MP3, Dolby Digital DivX files on the external storage device Bit rate (MP3) 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR (USB, SD) cannot be played.
  • Page 248 Appendix Appendix Video files compatibility (USB, SD) File extension .avi .mkv .mov .f4v .mp4 Compatible video MPEG-4, H.264, MPEG-4, H.264, MPEG-4, H.264, MPEG-4, H.264, H.264, H.263 codec H.263, Xvid VC-1, Xvid H.263 H.263 Compatible audio MP3, AAC, MP3, AAC, Vor- MP3, AAC MP3, AAC MP3, AAC...
  • Page 249: Bluetooth

    ® ! The Bluetooth word mark and logos are re- gistered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by PIONEER CORPORATION is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
  • Page 250: Aac

    CAUTION AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and ! Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost refers to an audio compression technology from an iPod, even if that data is lost while standard used with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Sev- using this product.
  • Page 251: Lightning

    Content ap- plication(s) or service by its provider. iTunes Radio ! Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may iTunes Radio is a service mark of Apple Inc. arise from incorrect or flawed app-based con- tent.
  • Page 252: Pandora

    ! Availability of AppRadio Mode and Android Auto functionalities is determined by the App MHL, the MHL Logo, and Mobile High-Defini- provider, and not determined by Pioneer. tion Link are trademarks or registered trade- ! AppRadio Mode and Android Auto allow...
  • Page 253: Notice Regarding Mp3 File Usage

    ! Small black dots or white dots (bright dots) may appear on the LCD screen. These are due to the characteristics of the LCD screen and do not indicate a malfunction.
  • Page 254: Led (light-emitting Diode) Backlight

    ! If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station.
  • Page 255: Display Information

    Appendix Appendix Display information Phone menu System menu Page Page Preset Dial Navigation Related Settings Phone Book Navigation info window History AV/App Guide Mode Dial AV Source Settings Voice recognition function MIXTRAX Settings Radio Settings SiriusXM Settings Tag Forwarding Bluetooth Audio Ever Scroll Input/Output Settings Smartphone Setup...
  • Page 256: Theme Menu

    Appendix Appendix Theme menu Page Camera View Back Camera Input 2nd Camera Input Reverse Gear Setting Parking Assist Guide Back Camera: Reverse Video 2nd Camera: Reverse video Page Parking Assist Guide Adjust Background Demo Mode Illumination System Language Theme Restore Settings Clock All Settings Splash Screen...
  • Page 257: Audio Menu

    Appendix Appendix Audio menu Video Setup menu Page Page Graphic EQ DVD/DivX Setup Fader/Balance Subtitle Language Balance Audio Language Mute Level Menu Language Source Level Adjuster Multi Angle Rear Speaker TV Aspect Subwoofer Parental Speaker Level DivX® VOD Crossover DVD Auto Play Subwoofer Settings Time Per Photo Slide Listening Position...
  • Page 258: 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 259: Specifications

    AVIC-5100NEX ....6.2 inch wide/16:9 7/8 in.) Effective display area: AVIC-7100NEX AVIC-8100NEX ....156.6 mm × 81.6 mm Chassis ..... 178 mm × 100 mm × (6-1/8 in. × 3-1/4 in.) 164 mm AVIC-7100NEX ....156.6 mm × 81.6 mm (7 in.
  • Page 260 SimpleProfile (except GMC) Usable discs ......DVD-VIDEO, VIDEO-CD, CD, JPEG decoding format ..JPEG CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD- SD (AVIC-8100NEX and AVIC-7100NEX) RW, DVD-RDL SD memory card, SDHC memory card Frequency response ....5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,...
  • Page 261 S/N: 30 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio ..72 dB (IHF-A network) AM tuner AVIC-8100NEX, AVIC-7100NEX and AVIC-6100NEX Frequency range .... 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz Usable sensitivity ... 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio ..80 dB (digital broadcasting)
  • Page 264 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 TEL: 65-6472-7555 PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 5 Arco Lane, Heatherton, Victoria, 3202, Australia TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270 先鋒股份有限公司...

This manual is also suitable for:

Avic-7100nexAvic-6100nexAvic-5100nex

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: