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Operation Manual
MULTIMEDIA NAVIGATION RECEIVER
AVIC-8000NEX
AVIC-7000NEX
AVIC-6000NEX
AVIC-5000NEX
AVIC-X8610BS
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.
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   Summary of Contents for Pioneer AVIC-8000NEX

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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 – Scrolling the map to the position you Checking route information and want to see 30 preferences 41 – Watching the simulation of the Searching for and selecting a location route 42 Searching for a location by address 31 Searching for Points of Interest (POI) 32 Registering and editing locations and –...

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    Contents Registering and connecting a Bluetooth – Adjusting the other party’s listening volume 67 device Using the voice recognition function (for Preparing communication devices 55 iPhone) 67 Registering your Bluetooth devices 55 Notes for hands-free phoning 67 – Searching for nearby Bluetooth devices 55 iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup –...

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    Contents Selecting a preset channel from the preset Selecting files from the file name list 95 channel list 81 Selecting a file from the list related to the Storing broadcast frequencies 81 song currently playing (link search) 95 Storing the strongest broadcast Playing files in random order 95 frequencies 81 Setting a repeat play range 95...

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    Contents Using this product’s iPod function from your – For iPhone with a Lightning connector iPod 106 users 118 Changing the speed of audiobook – For smartphone users 118 playback 107 Selecting a Pandora station from the Displaying lists related to the song currently list 118 playing (link search) 107 Add station 119...

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    Contents – Subscribing to the SiriusXM Satellite Reading the screen 142 Radio service 130 Starting procedure 142 Using the touch panel keys 130 Setting the video signal 143 Reading the screen 131 Switching the operation screen 143 Starting procedure 132 Using AV input Manual tuning 133 Using the touch panel keys 144...

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    Contents Setting the beep sound 155 – Selecting the color from the preset Adjusting the response positions of the colors 176 touch panel (touch panel calibration) 156 – Creating a user-defined color 176 Adjusting the picture 156 Selecting the theme color 177 Displaying the firmware version 158 Selecting the clock image 177 Updating firmware 158...

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    Contents Other functions WMA/WMV 217 Selecting the video for the rear display 192 DivX 217 AAC 217 Setting the anti-theft function 192 – Setting the password 192 Android™ 217 MirrorLink 217 – Entering the password 193 – Deleting the password 193 Detailed information regarding connected –...

  • Page 10: Introduction

    ! 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-8000NEX. The screens may e.g.) vary according to the models. # If you touch [OK], the entry is deleted.

  • Page 11: 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 microSD card, microSDHC card and USB after installation. memory device are collectively referred to as ! If this product fails to operate properly.

  • Page 12: Basic Operation

    Chapter Basic operation 4 HOME button Checking part names and ! Press to display the Top menu screen. functions = For details of the operations, refer to This chapter gives information about the names How to use the screens on page 18. of the parts and the main features using the but- ! Press and hold the HOME button to acti- tons.

  • Page 13: Protecting Your Product Against Theft

    Chapter Basic operation button Press the button. Press to remove the detachable faceplate from this product. = For details, refer to Removing the detach- able faceplate on page 13. Protecting your product against theft 6000NEX 5000NEX X8610BS When you release your finger, the bottom of the detachable faceplate separates slightly The detachable faceplate can be detached from this product.

  • Page 14: Notes On Using The Lcd Panel

    Chapter Basic operation Notes on using the LCD panel p The adjusted angle of the LCD panel will be memorized and the LCD panel will automa- tically return to that angle the next time the 8000NEX 7000NEX LCD panel is opened or closed. WARNING ! Keep hands and fingers clear of this product Inserting/ejecting/...

  • Page 15: Inserting And Ejecting An Sd Memory Card

    Chapter Basic operation Press the h button. Touch the following key. The following screen appears. Opens the LCD panel. Insert an SD memory card into the SD Touch the following key. card slot. Insert it with the label surface face-up and The LCD panel opens, and the disc press the card until it clicks and completely is ejected.

  • Page 16: Connecting And Disconnecting An Ipod

    Chapter Basic operation Inserting an SD memory card Plugging in a USB storage device Pull out the plug from the USB port of 6000NEX 5000NEX X8610BS the USB cable. % Insert an SD memory card into the SD Plug a USB storage device into the USB card slot.

  • Page 17: On First-time Startup

    Chapter Basic operation On first-time startup After you touch [OK], the screen that was displayed just before turning off the ignition When you use this product for the first time, switch (ACC OFF) is displayed. select the language that you want to use. Start the engine to boot up the system.

  • Page 18: How To Use The Screens

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

  • Page 19: Switching Screens Using The Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Basic operation Switching screens using the hardware buttons 1 Top menu screen 7 AV operation screen This is the starting menu to access the de- You can customize the settings for each sired screens and operate the various func- source.

  • Page 20: Supported Av Source

    (*1) Available for AVIC-5000NEX and AVIC- date on page 189. X8610BS only. 3 Displays the Setting menu screen. p (*2) Available for AVIC-8000NEX, AVIC- 4 Recalls equalizer curves. 7000NEX and AVIC-6000NEX only. = For details, refer to Using the equalizer on page 170.

  • Page 21: Selecting A Front Source On The Av Source Selection Screen

    Chapter Basic operation = For details, refer to Navigation info win- Touch the source key you want to se- dow on page 149. lect. The AV operation screen of the selected source appears. Selecting a front source on the AV source selection screen Selecting a rear source Press the HOME button to display the You can select a source output to the rear dis-...

  • Page 22: Changing The Display Order Of Source Keys

    Chapter Basic operation Touch and hold a source icon, and drag p If the source key is moved, the source icons the icon to the desired position. displayed on the Top menu screen and the p If the source icon is moved, the order of the AV source screen are also moved.

  • Page 23: Operating The Time Bar

    Chapter Basic operation 5 Confirms the entry and allows you to proceed If you touch the key, the rest of the characters are scrolled for display. to the next step. 3 Appears when items cannot be displayed on a 6 You can leave spaces. single page only.

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    Chapter Basic operation = For details, refer to Customizing the navi- If needed, modify the unit settings, gation settings on page 47. then touch [Next]. The “End User Licence Agreement” screen p Later you can change it in “Regional” set- appears.

  • Page 25: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screen

    Chapter How to use the Navigation menu screen Operating the Navigation 5 Configures the program settings. = For details, refer to Chapter 10. menu screen 6 Sees notifications that contain important in- formation for the users. Press the MAP button. 7 Displays the “Driver Profiles”...

  • Page 26: How To Use The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your naviga- Touching this field displays route information tion system can be seen on the map. You need to during navigation. = For details, refer to Browsing the data become familiar with how information appears field on page 27.

  • Page 27: Seeing The Current Position On The Map

    Chapter How to use the map When GPS position is available, the arrow Icon Meaning mark is displayed in full color, now showing your current position. Browsing the data field The data fields are different when you are navi- gating the current route and when you have no specified destination.

  • Page 28: Configuring The Driving Display

    Chapter How to use the map p The estimated time of arrival is an ideal Junction view value calculated based on the value set for “Max. Speed” and the actual driving speed. The estimated time of arrival is only a reference value, and does not guarantee arrival at that time.

  • Page 29: Operating The Map Screen

    Chapter How to use the map Operating the Map screen cognize your maneuver at the next junc- tion. If the next turn is at a distance, it will Changing the scale of the map zoom out and lower the view angle to be flat so you can see the road in front of you.

  • Page 30: Changing The View Angle Of The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Touch the following key. Touch the following key. Returns to the Map screen. Returns to the Map screen. p If you press the MAP button, you can return p If you press the MAP button, you can return to the Map screen.

  • Page 31: Searching For And Selecting A Location

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location CAUTION 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 before setting your route.

  • Page 32: Searching For Points Of Interest (poi)

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location p If needed, you can select from different route alternatives or change the route plan- ning method before starting navigation. = For details, refer to Checking route alter- natives when planning the route on page Searching for Points of p When the route is not set, they are searched around the current position.

  • Page 33: Searching For Pois By Categories Or Directly From The Name Of The Facilities

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for POIs by p If you have selected [In a City], select the city/town to search in. categories or directly from the ! Around Destination: name of the facilities Searches for a place around the destination You can search for POIs by their categories of the current route.

  • Page 34: Searching For Providers Nearby That Offer Emergency Or Roadside Assistance Services

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location 11 Touch [Select as Destination]. After a short summary of the route para- meters, a map appears showing the entire route. The route is automatically calculated. p If needed, you can change some of the route setting parameters before selecting a destination.

  • Page 35: Selecting A Destination From Stored Routes

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Selecting a destination p This function is available if locations have been registered in “Saved Location”. from stored routes = For details, refer to Storing a location in Storing routes you set frequently saves time “Saved Location”...

  • Page 36: Selecting A Location You Searched For Recently

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location p If needed, you can select from different p If needed, you can select from different route alternatives or change the route plan- route alternatives or change the route plan- ning method before starting navigation. ning method before starting navigation.

  • Page 37: Searching For A Location By Coordinates

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Select as Destination]. You can see the text box at the top of the screen. Right next to it you can see the search After a short summary of the route para- area which is the city/town where the search meters, a map appears showing the entire is carried out.

  • Page 38: Searching For A Location By Scrolling The Map

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the latitude value and touch Touch the location that you want to se- [OK]. lect as your destination. p You can enter the latitude and longitude va- The cursor appears. lues in any of the following formats: Deci- Touch [Select as Destination].

  • Page 39: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Modifying the route Press the MAP button. The Map screen appears. When navigation is already started, there are several ways to modify the current route. The Touch the following key. following sections describe some of those op- Displays the navigation menu on tions.

  • Page 40: Editing The List Of Destinations

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Touch [Set Start Point]. Editing the list of destinations The “New Route to...” screen appears. You can edit the route by modifying the list of destinations (adding a waypoint, or changing Set the starting point of the route. a final destination, for example).

  • Page 41: Building A Route Using "route Planner

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Press the MAP button. p If needed, you can change some of the The Map screen appears. route setting parameters before selecting a destination. Touch the following key. = For details, refer to “Route Preferences” settings on page 48.

  • Page 42: Watching The Simulation Of The Route

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Displays detailed information about the seconds but you can open them again by route. There are also additional icons for touching the map). displaying all detailed information, only freeways, and only toll roads. Jumps to the previous gui- ! Alternatives: dance point (maneuver).

  • Page 43: Registering And Editing Locations And

    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes Storing a location in Press the MAP button. The Map screen appears. “Saved Location” Touch the following key. Storing your favorite locations in “Saved Loca- tion” allows you to save the time and effort Displays the navigation menu on used on re-entering this information.

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    Chapter Registering and editing locations and routes Scroll the map and select a location. The cursor appears at the selected point. Touch the following key. Displays the list of additional fea- tures on the certain screen. # To edit a previously saved alert point, touch Touch [Add Alert Points].

  • Page 45: Using Traffic Information

    Chapter Using traffic information Receiving real-time traffic Checking the traffic information (TMC) incidents on the map You can check the details of traffic incidents 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX on the map. The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) provides p Road segments affected by traffic incidents real-time traffic reports.

  • Page 46: Checking Useful Information About Your

    Chapter Checking useful information about your trip Checking useful information ! Latitude and longitude (coordinate of the current position in WGS84 for- The “Useful Information” menu contains var- mat) ious information to support your driving. ! Address details of the current posi- tion (when available) Press the MAP button.

  • Page 47: 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 48: Restoring The Default Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation = For details, refer to “Usage Reports” set- When creating a new vehicle profile, select tings on page 54. one of the vehicle types. ! Car: ! Start Configuration Wizard: Modifies the basic software parameters —...

  • Page 49

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Highways — U-turns are not used in routes (turning around on a divided road is not consid- You can decide whether to avoid freeways ered a U-turn for the purpose of this sys- when you are driving a slow car or you are tow- tem).

  • Page 50: Sound" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation “Sound” settings ver and it is repeated right before the man- euver. Master ! Verbose: Voice instructions are given once You can adjust the volume of all sound types. relatively far from the next maneuver, it is repeated as the vehicle approaches the Voice next turn, and it is repeated again right be-...

  • Page 51: Navigation Map" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation “Navigation Map” settings You can decide whether you want to see the speed limit sign on the map all the Map Display time. If you exceed the speed limit, the sign You can see the effect when you change a set- color is changed.

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    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Data Fields road signs above the road is displayed at the Touch and hold down this key and then select top of the map. You can turn this feature on or the values that you wish to have displayed to off.

  • Page 53: Regional" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation Offer Parking Around Destination “Display” settings Parking at the destination may not be easy in Menu Animations city areas. As you approach the destination, When animation is turned on, keys on menus this navigation system can offer parking cate- and keyboard screens appear in an animated gory places near your destination.

  • Page 54: Fuel" Settings

    Chapter Customizing preferences of the navigation “Fuel” settings “Usage Reports” settings Online Fuel Prices Application Usage Information You can enable or disable the online gas price You can enable or disable the collection of option. anonymous statistical information on using this navigation system for later development First purposes.

  • Page 55: Registering And Connecting A Bluetooth

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device ® If your devices feature Bluetooth technology, p If three devices are already paired, “Mem- this product can be connected to your devices ory Full” is displayed and pairing cannot wirelessly. This section describes how to set be performed.

  • Page 56: Pairing From Your Bluetooth Devices

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the following key. After the device is successfully registered, a Bluetooth connection is established from the system. Starts searching. The profile icons in the registered device list screen are displayed and illuminated as fol- lows.

  • Page 57: Connecting To A Bluetooth Device Automatically

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- If your Bluetooth device is ready for a nology on your devices. Bluetooth wireless connection, a connection to this product will automatically be estab- p For some Bluetooth devices, no specific ac- lished.

  • Page 58: Connecting A Registered Bluetooth Device Manually

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. The “Bluetooth” screen appears. Touch [Connection]. Touch the following key. The following screen appears. Deletes a paired device. A message prompting you to delete a regis- tered device appears.

  • Page 59: Entering The Pin Code For Bluetooth Wireless Connection

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Entering the PIN code for Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Bluetooth wireless connection To connect your Bluetooth device to this pro- duct via Bluetooth wireless technology, you need to enter a PIN code on your Bluetooth device to verify the connection.

  • Page 60: Updating Bluetooth Software

    Chapter Registering and connecting a Bluetooth device Updating Bluetooth software Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. This function is used to update this product with the latest Bluetooth software. For details on Bluetooth software and updating, refer to our website.

  • Page 61: 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 62: 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 ways. After finding the number you want to call in the phone book, you can select the entry and make the call.

  • Page 63: Dialing From The History

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Dialing from the history The call ends. The most recent calls made (dialed, received Selecting a number by alphabet and missed) are stored in the call history list. search mode You can browse the call history list and call numbers from it.

  • Page 64: Using The Preset Dial Lists

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the following key. Touch the desired entry on the list to make a call. The dial screen appears. Ends the call. Dialing starts. p To cancel the call, touch The call ends. Touch the following key. Using the preset dial lists Ends the call.

  • Page 65: 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 66: Changing The Phone Settings

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Changing the phone settings Touch [Ring Tone] repeatedly until the desired setting appears. Answering a call automatically ! On (default): Turns the ring tone on. This product automatically answers incoming ! Off: calls to the connected cellular phone, so you Turns the ring tone off.

  • Page 67: Adjusting The Other Party's Listening Volume

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning % Touch the following keys to turn pri- vate mode on or off. Talk directly on your mobile device Hands-free phoning You can use the voice recognition function in the same way as using it on the iPhone. Adjusting the other party’s p You can also launch the voice recognition function by pressing and holding the...

  • Page 68

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Registration and connection Phone book transfers ! Cellular phone operations vary depending ! If there are more than 800 phone book en- on the type of cellular phone. Refer to the tries on your cellular phone, not all entries instruction manual that came with your cel- may download completely.

  • Page 69: Ipod / Iphone Or Smartphone Setup Operation

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

  • Page 70: Android Device Compatibility

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation ! iPod nano (5th generation): Ver. 1.0.2 p Compatibility with all Android devices is ! iPod nano (4th generation): Ver. 1.0.4 not guaranteed. ! iPod nano (3rd generation): Ver. 1.1.3 For details about Android device compatibility p You can connect and control an iPod com- with this product, refer to the information on patible with this product by using sepa-...

  • Page 71: 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 72

    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. gital AV VGA Adapter Adapter Device iPhone/iPod iPhone/iPod...

  • Page 73

    Chapter iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup operation Android, MirrorLink device Cable connection is Required cable (sold separately) CD-MU200 CD-AH200 not required. Device Others Others Others Smartphone Setup Connection Wireless via BT HDMI Bluetooth connec- Bluetooth connec- tion is required for tion is required for Bluetooth connec- Bluetooth connection...

  • Page 74: Using The Radio

    Chapter Using the radio = For details, refer to Selecting a preset 5000NEX X8610BS channel from the preset channel list on You can listen to the radio using this product. page 76. This section describes operations for the a Recalls the preset channel stored to a key radio.

  • Page 75: Starting Procedure

    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 76: Selecting A Preset Channel From The Preset Channel List

    Chapter Using the radio Selecting a preset channel p Up to 18 FM stations, six for each of the 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 77: Storing Song Information To An Ipod (itunes Tagging)

    Chapter Using the radio Touch the following keys in the follow- ! Level1: ing order. Sets the level of sensitivity for AM to level 1. ! 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 The “System”...

  • Page 78: Hd Radio Reception

    Chapter HD Radio reception ™ 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX ® 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 79: Reading The Screen

    Chapter HD Radio reception ™ 8 Stores song information to an iPod. ! Artist (performer) name = 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- 189.

  • Page 80: 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 81: Selecting A Preset Channel From The Preset Channel List

    Chapter HD Radio reception ™ Selecting a preset channel p Up to 18 FM stations, six for each of the 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 82: Switching The Seek Mode

    Chapter HD Radio reception ™ Touch the following keys in the follow- ! Level1: ing order. Sets the level of sensitivity for AM to level 1. ! 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 83: 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 84: Playing A Disc

    Chapter Playing a disc You can play a normal music CD, Video-CD or Using the touch panel keys 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 85

    Chapter Playing a disc 9 Changes the playback point by dragging o Resumes playback (Bookmark). = For details, refer to Resuming playback the key. = For details, refer to Operating the time (Bookmark) on page 90. bar on page 23. p Displays the DVD menu keypad.

  • Page 86: 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 87: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Playing a disc Insert the disc you want to play into (default): the disc-loading slot. Does not play tracks in random order. The source changes and then playback will start. Plays all tracks in the current repeat play = For details, refer to Inserting and ejecting a range in random order.

  • Page 88: Switching The Media File Type

    Chapter Playing a disc Switching the media file type Touch [0] to [9] to input the desired number. When playing a digital media containing a p To cancel an input number, touch [C]. To mixture of various media file types you can cancel the input numbers, touch and hold switch between media file types to play.

  • Page 89: 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 90: Resuming Playback (bookmark)

    Chapter Playing a disc Resuming playback Touch the following key. (Bookmark) Starts playback from the selected The Bookmark function lets you resume play- menu item. 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 91: Operating With The Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing a disc ! Right: Right ! 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 You can skip tracks or chapters forward or...

  • Page 92: Playing Compressed Audio Files

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files You can play compressed audio files stored in 6 Selects a file from the list. = For details, refer to Selecting files from a disc or an external device (USB, SD) using the file name list on page 95. the built-in drive of this product.

  • Page 93: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Reading the screen 3 Album artwork Album art of the current song is displayed if it Example: SD 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.

  • Page 94: Starting Procedure (for Disc)

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Starting procedure (for Disc) Use the touch panel keys on the screen to control the external storage device Display the AV source selection screen. (USB, SD). = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- = For details, refer to Using the touch panel playing the AV operation screen on page 20.

  • Page 95: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Selecting files from the file p Touching [All] on the list includes all op- tions in the current list. For example, if you name list touch [All] after touching [Artists], you can You can find files or folders to play back using proceed to the next screen with all artists in the file name or folder name list which is a list the list selected.

  • Page 96: Switching The Media File Type

    Chapter Playing compressed audio files Music Browse mode Press and hold the TRK button You can perform fast reverse or fast for- (default): ward. Repeats all files. Repeats just the current file. Folder Browse mode (default): Repeats all files. Repeats the current folder. Repeats just the current file.

  • Page 97: Playing Compressed Video Files

    Chapter Playing compressed video files = For details, refer to Setting a repeat play You can play compressed video files stored on a disc or in an external device (USB, SD) using range on page 99. 8 Switches the subtitle language. the built-in drive of this product.

  • Page 98: Reading The Screen

    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 97. 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 20.

  • Page 99: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing compressed video files Touch a file on the list to play back. p To return to normal playback, touch [d/e]. p Files are played back in file number order Touch [r] to adjust playback speed and folders are skipped if they contain no during slow motion playback.

  • Page 100: Playing Compressed Still Image Files

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files You can view still images stored in an external b Rotates the displayed picture 90° clock- device (USB, SD) using the built-in drive of wise. this product. This section describes how. c Selects the previous folder or the next = For details, refer to Media compatibility folder.

  • Page 101: Selecting Files From The File Name List

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files p Playback is performed in order of folder (default): numbers. Folders are skipped if they con- Does not play files in random order. tain no playable files. If there are no play- able files in folder 01 (root folder), playback Plays all files in the current repeat play starts from folder 02.

  • Page 102: Setting The Slideshow Interval

    Chapter Playing compressed still image files Setting the slideshow interval JPEG files can be viewed as a slideshow on this product. In this setting, the interval be- tween each image can be set. p This setting is available during playback of the JPEG files.

  • Page 103: 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 104: Reading The Screen (for Audio)

    Chapter Using an iPod = For details, refer to Setting the time and Reading the screen (for audio) date on page 189. 3 Displays the Setting menu screen. 4 Recalls equalizer curves. = For details, refer to Using the equalizer on page 170.

  • Page 105: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using an iPod 2 Current time and date Use the touch panel keys on the screen 3 Album artwork to control your iPod. Album art of the current song is displayed if it = For details, refer to Using the touch panel is available.

  • Page 106: Selecting Song Or Video Sources From The Playlist Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod Selecting song or video ! Video Podcasts p Category items that do not correspond to sources from the playlist the connected iPod are not displayed. screen Touch the Initial Search Bar to display the alphabet search screen. You can search for the song or video you want to play from the playlist screen.

  • Page 107: Changing The Speed Of Audiobook Playback

    Chapter Using an iPod Displaying lists related to ! While this function is in use, the iPod will not turn off even if the ignition key is turned the song currently playing off. Operate the iPod to turn off the power. (link search) Touch the following key.

  • Page 108: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using an iPod 1 Displays the source list. played if there is no corresponding informa- = For details, refer to Selecting a front tion. source on the source list on page 21. 4 Album title 2 Displays the Time and date setting Shows the title of the album of the current file (when available).

  • Page 109: Using Appradio Mode

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications ! Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may WARNING arise from incorrect or flawed app-based Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone content. may not be legal while driving in your juris-...

  • Page 110: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications p If you press the HOME button twice, the already running, the application operation App control side bar will disappear. Press screen will appear on this product. the HOME button twice again, and the App Touch the desired application icon.

  • Page 111: Using The Keyboard

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Touch the desired application icon. Touch the desired application icon. The desired application is launched, and the The desired application is launched, and the application operation screen appears. application operation screen appears. Operate the application. Operate the application.

  • Page 112: Adjusting The Image Size (for Smartphone Users)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications 1 Enters the characters. Touch the following keys in the follow- 2 Deletes the entered text one letter at a time, ing order. beginning at the end of the text. 3 Confirms the entry and allows you to pro- ceed to the next step.

  • Page 113: Displaying The Image Of Your Application (iphone With Lightning Connector)

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications p When you touch the display in this func- p When you touch the display in this func- tion, “Don’t Touch” mark appears on the tion, “Don’t Touch” mark appears on the upper right corner of the screen. upper right corner of the screen.

  • Page 114: Using Mirrorlink

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Press the HOME button to display the p Depending on the type of MirrorLink Top menu screen. device, this key is not appears. 5 Displays the Phone menu screen. Touch [APPS]. = For details, refer to Displaying the phone The image in your smartphone appears on the menu on page 61.

  • Page 115: Using The Audio Mix Function

    Chapter Using your iPhone or smartphone applications Touch the desired application icon. 1 Touch to mute. Touch again to unmute. The desired application is launched, and the 2 Sets whether to switch the sound mix func- application operation screen appears. tion on or off.

  • Page 116: Streaming Pandora

    Cell Network Audio Quality. do so under the driving conditions you are 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...

  • Page 117: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Streaming Pandora ® 2 Displays the Time and date setting ! Shows the Pandora station name the screen. tuner is currently tuned in to. = For details, refer to Setting the time and : Track title date on page 189. Shows the title of the current track.

  • Page 118: For Iphone With A Lightning Connector Users

    Chapter Streaming Pandora ® For iPhone with a Lightning Connect your smartphone. connector users 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX Unlock your iPhone. p Connect via USB, Bluetooth, or HDMI and Bluetooth. Connect your iPhone. = For details of the Bluetooth connection, 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX refer to Registering your Bluetooth de- vices on page 55.

  • Page 119: Add Station

    Chapter Streaming Pandora ® p Touch to switch to the station list. p Touch to switch to the genre list. p Touching plays only one track based on particular musical characteristics, one at a time, from several shuffled stations. p Stations indicated by are shared sta- tions.

  • Page 120: Using Aha Radio

    6 Displays the Phone menu screen. Because the application for the iPhone or = For details, refer to Displaying the phone smartphone is not provided by Pioneer, the re- menu on page 61. quired version of the application may not yet...

  • Page 121: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using Aha Radio 3 Content image p The icons displayed vary depending on each station or content. Displays an image of the current content if one is available. Indicator Meaning 4 Rating information Shows the rated value of the current content displayed (only when and where applicable).

  • Page 122: For Smartphone Users

    Chapter Using Aha Radio Connect your iPhone. = For details of the Bluetooth connection, refer to Registering your Bluetooth de- 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX vices on page 55. p The cable connection method varies de- p Connect via USB, Bluetooth, or HDMI and pending on your device.

  • Page 123: Using Idatalink

    ! For details about vehicle models that are com- touch [Firmware Information]. patible with the iDatalink adapter, refer to the The device number of this Pioneer product will information on our website. appear. ! Functions and displays vary depending on the vehicle model.

  • Page 124: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using iDatalink Starting procedure 7 Switches to the next or previous page of touch panel keys. Display the AV source selection screen. 8 Functions and displays vary depending = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- on the connected type of iDatalink playing the AV operation screen on page 20.

  • Page 125: Hands-free Phone

    Chapter Using iDatalink Touch the following keys in the follow- Selecting a preset channel from the preset chan- ing order. nel list The “System” screen appears. Touch [OEM Settings]. p Functions and displays vary depending on the connected type of iDatalink adapter and the vehicle model.

  • Page 126: History List Screen

    Chapter Using iDatalink History list screen Dial confirmation screen 1 Switches to call history. 1 Switches the mode to enter the phone Dial screen number directly. 2 Turns private mode on or off. 3 Minimizes the dial confirmation screen. 4 Making a phone call. 5 Ends a call.

  • Page 127: 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 55.

  • Page 128: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using a Bluetooth audio player a Plays files in random order. — You connect a Bluetooth audio player = For details, refer to Playing files in ran- compatible with AVRCP1.3, and op- dom order on page 129. erate the player to start playing. b Sets a repeat play range.

  • Page 129: 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 127.

  • Page 130: Using The Siriusxm

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® SiriusXM tuner operations # The SiriusXM satellites will send an activation message to your tuner. When the tuner has re- You can use this product to control a SiriusXM ceived the message, “Subscription Updated” is Connect Vehicle Tuner (sold separately).

  • Page 131: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® ™ = For details, refer to Using the equalizer = For details, refer to Using the Replay on page 170. function on page 135. 6 Selects a channel from the list. g Changes the playback point by dragging = For details, refer to Selecting a channel the key.

  • Page 132: Starting Procedure

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Shows the status of the song information Shows the information of the content stored in this product. currently being played. p The icon is displayed on all operation a Preset number indicator screens of AV sources. Highlights the selected preset item.

  • Page 133: Manual Tuning

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Manual tuning Storing broadcast channels With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys % Touch the following keys to tune manu- (“1” to “6”), you can easily store up to six ally. broadcast channels for later recall (also with the touch of a key).

  • Page 134: Selecting A Channel From A List Of All Channels

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Touch the following key. p It may take time to display the channel list depending on the SiriusXM reception con- dition. Selects the SiriusXM channel of the entered number. Touch the following key. Touch the following key. Displays the list screen.

  • Page 135: Using The Replay Function

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Using the Replay ™ function The “System” screen appears. You can pause, skip contents, fast reverse, fast Touch [AV Source Settings]. forward or replay the channel you are currently The following screen appears. listening to. Touch the following key.

  • Page 136: Using Category Scan

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Touch the preset channel list display Touch the desired category. key. Touch the following key. The preset channel list appears. Performs scan tuning in the se- Touch the following key. lected category. The live broadcast for each channel in the current ca- Will scan all the songs for the tegory plays for six seconds at a...

  • Page 137: Locking The Channel

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Touch [Parental control]. Touch [SiriusXM settings]. The “Parental Control” screen appears. The following screen appears. Enter the passcode. Touch the following key. Displays the “Locked Channel” screen. Touch [Edit Code]. Touch [Parental control]. The “Edit Code” screen appears. The “Parental Control”...

  • Page 138: Using The Content Alerts Function (such As Song Alerts, Artist Alerts And Game Alerts)

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Using the content alerts Setting the program you function (such as Song Alerts, want to be alerted for Artist Alerts and Game Alerts) Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. While listening to SiriusXM Satellite Radio, you can be alerted when your favorite songs, Touch the following keys in the follow- artists or games involving your favorite sports...

  • Page 139: Selecting Teams For Game Alert

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® p You can register up to 50 keywords in the alert list. Touch [SiriusXM 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 140: Storing Song Information To An Ipod (itunes Tagging)

    Chapter Using the SiriusXM tuner ® Touch the following keys in the follow- Operating with the ing order. hardware buttons Press the TRK button You can move the preset channels up or down when the current channel is displayed. The “System” screen appears. You can skip files forward or backward when the play time indicator is displayed.

  • Page 141: Using An Hdmi Source

    Chapter Using an HDMI source = For details, refer to Displaying the phone 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX menu on page 61. 7 Changes the wide screen mode. You can display the video image output by the = For details, refer to Changing the wide device connected to this product.

  • Page 142: Using An Aux Source

    Chapter Using an AUX source You can display the video image output by the 7 Switches the operation screen. = For details, refer to Switching the opera- device connected to this product. This section tion screen on page 143. describes operations for an AUX source. 8 Changes the wide screen mode.

  • Page 143: Setting The Video Signal

    Chapter Using an AUX source Confirm that “AUX Input” is turned on. Touch [AUX]. The pop-up menu appears. p The default setting is “On”. Display the AV source selection screen. Touch the item you want to set. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- ! Auto (default): playing the AV operation screen on page 20.

  • Page 144: Using Av Input

    Chapter Using AV input You can display the video image output by the Reading the screen 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 145: Starting Procedure (for Camera)

    Chapter Using AV input Display the AV source selection screen. Display the AV source selection screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the AV operation screen on page 20. playing the AV operation screen on page 20.

  • Page 146

    Chapter Using AV input 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 147: Using Mixtrax

    Chapter Using MIXTRAX = For details of the operations, refer to Se- MIXTRAX is original technology for creating non-stop mixes of selections from your audio lecting songs not to be played on page library, complete with DJ effects that make 148.

  • Page 148: Selecting Songs Not To Be Played

    Chapter Using MIXTRAX Selecting songs not to be Setting the flash pattern played The flashing color changes with the changes in the sound and bass levels. You can select items or songs not to be played. Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen.

  • Page 149: 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 150: Setting The Ever Scroll

    Chapter System settings Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Touch [Bluetooth Audio] repeatedly The “System” screen appears. until the desired setting appears. Touch [Input/Output settings]. ! On (default): The following screen appears.

  • Page 151: Setting Rear View Camera Activation

    CAUTION p This function is available when “Back Cam- Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which era Input” is “On”. outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the = For details, refer to Setting rear view camera screen image may appear reversed.

  • Page 152: Setting The Camera For Camera View Mode

    Chapter System settings Touch [Camera Polarity] repeatedly until the desired setting appears. ! Battery (default): When the polarity of the connected lead is positive while the shift lever is in the RE- VERSE (R) position. ! Ground: When the polarity of the connected lead is negative while the shift lever is in the RE- Touch [Camera View] repeatedly until VERSE (R) position.

  • Page 153: Setting Guidelines On The Rear View Image

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- ! The image quality may deteriorate depending ing order. on the usage environment, such as at night or in dark surroundings. Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. The “System”...

  • Page 154: Turning Off The Demo Screen

    Chapter System settings Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. Set the guidelines by dragging the four The “System” screen appears. points. Touch [Demo Mode] repeatedly until Touch the following keys to adjust the the desired setting appears.

  • Page 155: Setting The Keyboard Language With The Application For Iphone

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. ing order. The “System” screen appears. The “System” screen appears. Touch [System Language]. Touch [Beep Tone] repeatedly until the desired setting appears. The pop-up menu appears.

  • Page 156: Adjusting The Response Positions Of The Touch Panel (touch Panel Calibration)

    Chapter System settings Adjusting the response positions of the touch panel (touch panel calibration) 7000NEX 6000NEX 5000NEX X8610BS If you feel that the touch panel keys on the screen deviate from the actual positions that respond to your touch, adjust the response po- Proceed to 16-point adjustment.

  • Page 157

    Chapter System settings Touch the following keys in the follow- Touch the following keys to adjust the ing order. selected item. Decreases the level of the selected item. The “System” screen appears. Increases the level of the selected item. Touch [Picture Adjustment]. The following screen appears.

  • Page 158: Displaying The Firmware Version

    Chapter System settings — Internal navigation system, MIXTRAX, Download the firmware update files. images output from the external Connect a blank (formatted) SD mem- device ory card or USB storage device to your computer, and then locate the correct up- date file and copy it onto the SD memory Displaying the firmware card or USB storage device.

  • Page 159: Checking Sensor Learning Status And Driving Status

    Chapter System settings p If an error message appears on the screen, Indicates driving distance. 3 Acceleration or deceleration/Rotational touch [Continue] to proceed and start the recovery sequence. speed Indicates the acceleration or deceleration velocity of your vehicle. The rotational Checking sensor learning speed when your vehicle turns to the left or right is also shown.

  • Page 160: Checking The Connections Of Leads

    Chapter System settings ! After changing the installation position of the navigation system ! After changing the installation angle of the navigation system ! After moving the navigation system to another vehicle # If you touch [Reset Distance], all learned re- sults stored in “Distance”...

  • Page 161

    Chapter System settings The installation position of this product is shown. If installed correctly, “OK” appears. Indicates whether the installation position of this product is correct or not. When this product is installed at an extreme angle ex- ceeding the limitation of the installing angle, “NOK(Installation Angle)”...

  • Page 162: 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 when “Rear Moves towards the right.

  • Page 163: Switching Sound Muting/attenuation

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

  • Page 164

    Chapter Audio adjustments The following AV sources are set to the same source level adjustment volume automatically. 8000NEX 7000NEX 6000NEX Smartphone Setup Required cable AV sources (sold separately) Device Connection USB1 iPod1 iPhone/iPod CD-IU201V Pandora iPod / iPhone with a USB1 30-pin connector Pandora...

  • Page 165

    Chapter Audio adjustments p When an iPod / iPhone with a Lightning connector is connected to USB port 1 or USB port 2 using a USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU52) (sold separately), the source level adjustment volume is auto- matically set to the same level as the USB port to which the iPod / iPhone with a Light- ning connector is connected.

  • Page 166: 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 167: Selecting The Listening Position

    Chapter Audio adjustments Touch the following keys to select Touch [Listening Position]. The “Listening Position” screen appears. “Subwoofer”. 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 168: 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 169

    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 170: 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 171: 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 171. curve setting as desired. Adjustments can be p To manually adjust the equalizer curve, set made with a 13-band graphic equalizer.

  • Page 172: Before Operating The Auto Eq Function

    Previous settings for Auto EQ will be over- amp with input level control, Auto EQ may written. be impossible if the power amp’s input p For AVIC-8000NEX and AVIC-7000NEX level is set below the standard level. users ! When this product is connected to a power...

  • Page 173

    Chapter Audio adjustments Stop the vehicle in a quiet place, close Touch the following keys in the follow- all the doors, windows and sun roof, and ing order. then turn the engine off. If the engine is left running, engine noise may prevent correct Auto EQ.

  • Page 174

    Chapter Audio adjustments 1 Mini-jack extension cable 2 Microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately) 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.

  • Page 175: Theme Menu

    Chapter Theme menu Selecting the background = For details, refer to Changing to the back- ground display image stored on the exter- display nal device (USB/SD) on page 175. The background display can be selected from (off): 8 different preset displays for the AV operation Hides the background display.

  • Page 176: Setting The Illumination Color

    Chapter Theme menu p You can also change the screen for settings Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. by touching [Illumination], [Theme] or [Clock] on this screen. Touch the following key. Displays the list of the background dis- The “Theme”...

  • Page 177: Selecting The Theme Color

    Chapter Theme menu Touch the following keys in the follow- Selecting the theme color ing order. A theme color can be selected from 5 different colors. Press the HOME button to display the Top menu screen. The “Theme” screen appears. Touch the following keys in the follow- Touch [Illumination].

  • Page 178: Changing The Preinstalled Splash Screen

    Chapter Theme menu Touch the following keys in the follow- The “Theme” screen appears. ing order. Touch [Splash Screen]. The following screen appears. The “Theme” screen appears. Touch [Clock]. The following screen appears. Touch the item you want to set. ! Preset images: Selects the desired preset splash screen image.

  • Page 179: Replicating The Settings

    Chapter Theme menu Touch [Splash Screen]. CAUTION The following screen appears. Do not turn off the engine while exporting the set- tings. Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. = For details, refer to Inserting and ejecting an SD memory card on page 15.

  • Page 180

    Chapter Theme menu CAUTION ! Do not turn off the engine while importing the settings. ! To prevent data loss and damage to the SD memory card, never edit the data exported to the SD memory card. Insert the SD memory card into the SD card slot.

  • Page 181: Setting Up The Video Player

    Chapter Setting up the video player Setting the top-priority = For details, refer to Language code chart for DVDs on page 187. languages The subtitle language is set. You can assign the top-priority language to the p If the selected language is not available, the top-priority subtitle, audio and menu in initial language specified on the disc is displayed.

  • Page 182: Setting The Menu Language

    Chapter Setting up the video player The audio language is set. p If the selected language is not available, the p If the selected language is not available, the language specified on the disc is dis- language specified on the disc is displayed. played.

  • Page 183: Setting The Aspect Ratio

    Chapter Setting up the video player Setting the aspect ratio Displays the wide screen image (16:9) as it is (initial setting). There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen ! Letter Box: display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) Makes the image in the shape of a letterbox of 16:9, while a regular display has a TV aspect with black bands on the top and bottom of...

  • Page 184: Displaying Your Divx Vod Registration Code

    Chapter Setting up the video player Touch the following keys in the follow- While the input number is displayed, ing order. touch the following key. Sets the parental lock level. The “Video Setup” screen appears. p We recommend that you keep a record of your code number in case you forget it.

  • Page 185: Displaying Your Divx Vod Deregistration Code

    Chapter Setting up the video player Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. The following screen appears. Touch [DivX® VOD]. The “DivX® VOD” screen appears. Touch [DivX® VOD]. Touch [Deregistration Code]. The “DivX® VOD” screen appears. Your eight-digit deregistration code is dis- p If a registration code has already been acti- played.

  • Page 186: Setting The Video Signal For The Rear View Camera

    Chapter Setting up the video player Touch [Camera]. The pop-up menu appears. Touch the item you want to set. ! Auto (default): Adjusts the video signal setting automati- cally. ! PAL: Sets the video signal to PAL. Touch [DVD Auto Play] repeatedly until ! NTSC: the desired setting appears.

  • Page 187: 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 188: Favorite Menu

    Chapter Favorite menu Registering your favorite menu items in short- cuts allows you to quickly jump to the regis- 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 189: Common Operations

    Chapter Common operations Setting the time and date p The iTunes Tagging function is available 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 5s Touch the current time on the screen to...

  • Page 190: Setting The "sound Retriever" Function

    = For details, refer to Using the touch panel iPod is completed, disappears. keys on page 74. p When the song information transfer is com- HD Radio (for AVIC-8000NEX, AVIC-7000NEX pleted, the information stored in this pro- and AVIC-6000NEX) duct will be automatically deleted. ®...

  • Page 191: Changing The Wide Screen Mode

    Chapter Common operations (Off): the image may be displayed partly cut off Deactivates the “Sound Retriever” func- either at the top/bottom or sides. p This setting is for JPEG images only. tion. p You cannot operate this function while driv- p Mode1 has a stronger effect than Mode2.

  • Page 192: Other Functions

    Chapter Other functions Selecting the video for the — The video image and sound are output 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 150.

  • Page 193: 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 194: Restoring To Default Settings

    Touch the following keys in the follow- ing order. A message indicating that the security setting is canceled appears. Forgotten password Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer Ser- The “System” screen appears. vice Station. Touch [Restore Settings]. The following screen appears.

  • Page 195: Troubleshooting

    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...

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