The Starmate Replay's ultra-compact design has been specifically tailored to fit the interior of today's vehicles. This new design allows for a large wide-screen display that provides the ability to view longer artist names and song titles and up to 5 lines of text. This Plug-and-Play unit features exciting options including the 44-minute replay capability and the new SIRIUS-Seek, which includes alerts of up to 30 artist names and/or song title combinations. Starmate Replay adds advanced... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sirius ST2 photo ]
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ST2 STARMATE REPLAY SIRIUS Satellite Radio Plug and Play
User and Installation Guide
CONGRATULATIONS! Your new ST2 Starmate Replay SIRIUS Satellite Radio Plug and Play lets you enjoy SIRIUS Satellite Radios digital entertainment in your vehicle, home, or boat. Use this guide to familiarize yourself with all of ST2s features and capabilities. For the latest information about this and other SIRIUS products, please visit http://www.siriusradio.com. Table of Contents
Safety Precautions... 4 FCC Warning... 5 Cleaning the Receiver.. 5 Package Contents.. 6 Installation... 7 Location... 7 Mounting the Receiver.. 7 Installing the Magnetic Antenna.. 9 Connecting the Receiver.. 12 Activating your SIRIUS Subscription.. 13 Optional Installation Kits.. 14 Custom Vehicle Installation Kit (STV2). 14 Home Kit (STH2)... 15 ST2 Starmate Replay Receiver Basic Operation.. 16 Controls and Features.. 17 Remote Control... 18 Installing Batteries in the Remote Control. 18 Changing Channels.. 19 Display Button (DISP).. Selecting Channels Directly.. Advanced Features.. Channel Presets (BAND).. Storing Channel Presets... Using Channel Presets.. Searching for a Channel Preset (P.TUNE Mode). Memory (MEMO) and Song Seek (S-Seek) Functions.. Storing Artist Names, Song Titles, and Sports Teams to Memory.. Viewing Stored Alerts Stored in Memory. Deleting an Alert Stored into Memory. Activating the S-Seek Alert.. Jump Button... Game Alert... Instant Replay.. Using Instant Replay.. 31 33
ST2 Starmate Replay User and Installation Guide
Table of Contents (continued)
FM Preset Button.. Menu Options... FM Transmitter... FM Presets... FM On/Off... Game Alert... Settings... Jump Settings.. Traffic... JumpSet... Display Options.. Memory Options... Automatic Memory Search.. Clear All Memory... Auto Select... Audio Level... Confirmation Tone.. Parental Control.. Lock/Unlock.. Edit Code... Time Based Features.. Clock... Format... ST2 Starmate Replay User and Installation Guide 49
Time Zone... Daylight Savings Time.. Alarm... Set Alarm... Alarm Time.. Program Alert... Program Time/Day.. Channel Number... Program Alert On/Off.. Auto Shutdown... Sleep Mode... Signal Indicator... Factory Default... Troubleshooting... Specifications... 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY..
2005 SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. SIRIUS, the SIRIUS dog logo, channel names and logos are trademarks of Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. NFL and the NFL Shield logo, and the NFL Sunday Drive name and logo are registered trademarks of the National Football League. NHL and the NHL Shield are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. NBA and the NBA silhouette logo are registered trademarks of NBA Properties Inc. Velcro is a registered trademark of Velcro Industries B.V. All other trademarks, service marks and logos are the property of their respective owners. All Rights Reserved. This receiver includes the eCos real-time operating system. eCos is published under the eCos License, which can be found at the following website: http://www.sirius.com/ecoslicense
Safety Precautions Warning Take the following precautions to prevent fire and avoid personal injury: Be sure the Receiver is installed as described in the Installation Guide. The use suggestions contained in this User Guide are subject to any restrictions or limitations that may be imposed by applicable lawthe purchaser should check applicable law for any restrictions or limitations before installing and/or operating this Receiver. Failure to follow these safety instructions and warnings may result in a serious accident. To avoid short circuits, never put or leave any metallic objects (coins, tools, etc.) inside the Receiver. If the Receiver emits smoke or unusual odors, turn the power off immediately. Do not drop the Receiver, or subject it to strong shocks.
If the LCD display on the Receiver becomes damaged or broken, do not touch the liquid crystal fluid. The fluid can be dangerous to your health. If the liquid crystal fluid contacts your body or clothing, immediately wash it off with soap and water. Caution Take the following precautions to keep the Receiver in proper working order: Do not open the Receiver. When replacing a fuse, use only a new one with the proper rating. Using a fuse with the wrong rating may cause the Receiver to malfunction. To prevent a short circuit when replacing a fuse, first disconnect the wiring harness. Note: If the Receiver doesnt seem to be working properly, turn the Receivers power off, wait seconds, then turn the power on again.
FCC Warning This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in this User Guide. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference. This equipment may cause harmful interference to radio communications if it is not installed and used in accordance with these instructions. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the other equipment and the Receiver. Connect the other equipment to a different circuit from that to which the Receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help. Warning Do not operate the Receiver in a way that might divert your attention from driving safely. As a driver, you alone are responsible for safely operating your vehicle in accordance with traffic safety laws at all times. Cleaning the Receiver If the Receiver becomes dirty, turn its power off and wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth. Do not use hard cloths, paint thinner, alcohol, or other volatile solvents to clean the Receiver. These may cause damage to the plastic or remove indicator characters.
Package Contents The following items are packaged with the ST2 Starmate Replay. Check the package to be all of the items are included. If any of the items are missing, please contact the retailer where you purchased the product.
If you are using the suction cup mount, attach the suction cup mount to the vehicle windshield, or other surface, as follows: 1. Clean the area where you are attaching the suction cup with an alcohol wipe. 2. Lift up the cam lever on the suction cup mount as shown.
4. Lock the cam lever down as shown.
3. Place the suction cup mount on the windshield, or other area, and press the cam lever straight down towards the suction cup to flatten the suction cup as shown.
Installing the Magnetic Antenna The optimum mounting location for the antenna is on the roof of the vehicle, with a minimum unobstructed area of 12 inches by 12 inches, and exactly 6 inches from the rear roof edge of the vehicle (the length of the rubber antenna cable cover/tail). It is important to avoid any obstructions that will block the SIRIUS signal, obstructions such as a roof rack, a sunroof, roof mounted cargo containers, or other antennas. The following illustrations show the recommended mounting locations of the antenna for several types of vehicles. Follow these recommendations for best
performance from the antenna. Sedan/Coupe: Mount the antenna along the rear centerline of the vehicle roof, located at the rear of the roof near the rear window.
Convertible: Mount the antenna along the centerline of the trunk lid, with the rubber antenna cable cover/ tail directed toward the rear window.
SUV/Mini-Van: Mount the antenna along the rear centerline of the vehicle roof, located at the rear of the roof near the rear door/hatch.
Pickup Truck: Mount the antenna along the rear centerline of the cab roof, located at the rear of the roof near the rear window.
Clean the area where the antenna and rubber antenna cable cover/tail will be mounted with the supplied alcohol swab. Connect the rubber antenna cable cover/tail to the antenna cable, making sure that the strain-relief on the antenna seats into the rubber antenna cable cover/tail groove. Route the antenna cable through the wire channel in the rubber antenna cable cover/ tail. Do not yet attach the adhesive strip.
PROTECTIVE MATERIAL (RED SIDE) ADHESIVE STRIP
ANTENNA CABLE RUBBER ANTENNA CABLE COVER/TAIL
Temporarily position the antenna and rubber antenna cable cover/tail in the selected mounting area and route the cable from the antenna to the vehicles interior by tucking it underneath the rubber molding around rear window, as shown.
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control 1. Remove the battery cover. 2. Install CR2025 battery. (+ positive side is up) 3. Replace the battery cover.
Power Button : Turns the Receiver power On and Off. Category Previous/Next Buttons: Navigates through categories. MUTE Button: Mutes the audio. Channel Up/Down Buttons: Navigates through channels and display screens. Rewind Button: Used to rewind through a broadcast saved in Instant Replay. Play/Pause Button: Pause Function: Used to pause a broadcast for Instant Replay. Play Function: Used to play a broadcast saved in Instant Replay. 7. Fast Forward Button: Used to fast forward through a broadcast saved in Instant Replay. 8. +/- Volume Buttons: Adjusts the audio volume up & down. 9. Number Buttons (0-9): Used for directly selecting channels and for presets. 10. MEMO (Memory) Button: Saves and recalls artist names, song titles, and sports teams. Holding this button down enters the S-Seek mode. 11. BAND Button: Switches between preset bands A , B, and C. 12. MENU Button: Used to access menu options to make setup and feature changes. 13. DISP Button: Toggles display between the default display screen and large screen display mode. Holding this button down switches to the channel list mode. 14. Jump Button: Used to quickly switch between the current channel and a favorite channel. 15. FM Preset Button: Selects between preset FM frequencies used for the built-in wireless transmitter. 16. Select Button: Selects items highlighted on the display screen.
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After you have successfully activated your SIRIUS subscription, and the Receiver has received the subscription information from the SIRIUS signal, the default display screen will be displayed.
Channel Number Auto Sizing/ Scrolling Artist Name Antenna Signal Strength
which you are currently tuned.
Category Channel Name Channel Name Channel Name Channel Name
Default Display Screen
001 Channel Name
Artist Name Song Title
Channel Name Auto Sizing/ Scrolling Song Title Band/Preset Bank Number Clock
Repeated momentary pressing of the DISP button while in the category list mode will cause the Receiver to sequence the display between listings of artist names, song titles, and back to channel names.
Category Artist Name Artist Name Artist Name Artist Name Category Channel Name Channel Name Channel Name Channel Name Category Song Title Song Title Song Title Song Title
When the Receiver is powered On, the previously selected channel will automatically begin playing, and the artist name and song title of the currently playing song will be displayed. Changing Channels Pressing the channel up or down button will cause the Receiver to immediately tune to the next or previous channel. Pressing the category previous or next button will cause the receiver to display a list of the channels in the current category, highlighting the channel to
Pressing the category previous or next button again will cause the Receiver to display a listing of the previous or next channel category. Use the channel up/down buttons to highlight a
channel within a category and press the select button to tune to the highlighted channel. When a new channel is selected, the display will revert to the default display screen for the new channel. To exit the channel list mode without changing to a different channel, press and hold the DISP button for 1 seconds, until the default screen is displayed. Display Button (DISP) Momentarily pressing and releasing the DISP (Display) button while the default screen is displayed changes the artist name and song title to a scrolling, single line, large format display for easier viewing from a distance.
001 Channel Name 001 Channel Name
Once the Receiver has entered the channel list mode, a listing of the channel numbers and names is displayed. Repeated momentary pressing and releasing of the DISP button will sequence the display between listings of artist names, song titles, and back to channel names.
Artist Artist Artist Artist Artist Name Name Name Name Name Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel Name Name Name Name Name 005 Song Song Song Song Song Title Title Title Title Title
Pressing and holding the DISP button for 1 seconds will cause the Receiver enter the channel list mode. The channel list mode makes it easy to quickly search for and locate music by channel, by category, by artist, and by song title.
Note: If you are viewing a sports category channel list (NFL, NBA, NHL, or College), pressing the DISP button will instead toggle between the team names and the current score of any live play-by-play game. Use the category previous and next buttons to scroll through the music and entertainment categories, and the channel up and down buttons to scroll
Artist Name Preset Tune Mode Song Title
2. Use the channel up and down buttons to move up or down through your channel presets and immediately tune to each channel. Channel
presets are grouped and displayed by bank and preset number, i.e., A-1, A-2.B-1, B-2, etc. Empty presets are not displayed. 3. To view the channel presets in the channel list mode, where you can view 4 presets at once, momentarily press and hold the DISP button for approximately one second until the channel list mode is displayed. Repeated momentary pressing and releasing of the DISP button will sequence the display between listings of artist names, song titles, and back to channel names.
A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 Artist Artist Artist Artist Artist Name Name Name Name Name Channel Channel Channel Channel Channel Name Name Name Name Name A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 Song Song Song Song Song Title Title Title Title Title
between the team names and the current score of any live play-by-play game. 4. To exit the channel list mode, press and hold the DISP button for approximately one second, until the display reverts to the P.TUNE mode. 5. To exit the P.TUNE mode, press and hold the BAND button for approximately 1 second, until the default display screen is displayed. Memory (MEMO) and Song Seek (S-Seek) Functions This feature allows you to capture and store information in the Receivers memory about the currently tuned programming artist, song, or sports team. The Receiver then continuously searches all incoming SIRIUS channels and alerts the user when a program saved in memory matches a selection currently being played.
Note: If you are viewing a sports category channel list (NFL, NBA, NHL, or COLLEGE), pressing the DISP button will instead toggle
Artist Name S-Seek Alert Song Title
A total of 30 artists, songs, and sports teams may be stored in memory.
If you have saved a sports team (or teams) in memory, at the time Receiver is initially powered on, you will be alerted if your sports teams are playing in a game being broadcast. Also, while listening to your SIRIUS receiver, should one of your teams begin to play a game, you will be alerted.
Store Artist? Artist Name SongStore Song? Title
If either the artist name or song title is not available to save, the choice will be displayed as unavailable.
Artist Name Game Alert Song Title
Store Artist? Artist Name Song Unavailable Song Title
Artist Unavailable Artist Name Store Song? Song Title Category 12:00P A
Storing Artist Names, Song Titles, and Sports Teams to Memory If you are listening to a song or other entertainment channel, or a sports team, and wish to save the artist, song, or sports team selection to memory for future S-Seek alerts, do the following: 1. For Artist Names or Song Titles: If the currently tuned channel is a music or entertainment channel, momentarily press and release the MEMO button. The Receiver will display a menu to choose to store the artist name or the song title.
Artist Name Jump Canceled Song Title
Pressing the Jump button after the Receiver has tuned to the traffic report channel will return you to the previous channel. If the Jump button has been preset to the JumpSet option, pressing the Jump button will immediately tune to the channel preset into the JumpSet. The Jump icon will be displayed in the lower right corner of the display screen to indicate that the Jump preset channel is currently tuned.
150 Channel Name
NYC Weather NYC Weather
Artist Name NYC Pending Song Title
Pressing the Jump button again while the Receiver is actively searching will cancel the search.
Pressing the Jump button again will return to the previous channel. Note: The channel preset for the Jump button remains the same regardless of which preset memory bank is currently selected.
Game Alert The Receiver has a feature called Game Alert which can automatically alert you when your favorite sports team is playing a game. When a sports game involving one of your favorite sports teams is found, a Game Alert screen is displayed, followed by a screen displaying tuning information for the sports games.
You can then use the channel up and down buttons to highlight your favorite sports team in the list, and then press the select button to tune to the channel where the game is being broadcast. Refer to the Game Alert section in the Menu Options section of this manual for instructions on programming your favorite sports teams into the Receiver. You can also use the S-Seek feature to add Game Alerts for sports teams. See the section, Storing Artist Names, Song Titles, and Sports Teams to Memory for more information.
Instant Replay The Receiver has a feature called Instant Replay which stores the audio of the channel to which you are listening for later playback. Approximately 30 to 60 minutes of audio depending upon the channel to which you are tuned is stored. As soon as you tune to a channel, the Receiver automatically begins storing the audio, enabling you to rewind at any time to replay the audio again. If you unable to continue listening to a channel, but do not want to miss the broadcast, pressing the Play/Pause button will cause the Receiver to mute the audio and mark the point in the broadcast so you can resume listening at a later time. Pause/Play button. When pressed, this places the Receiver in the Instant Replay pause mode which mutes the audio. Pressing and releasing the Pause/Play button causes the Receiver to begin playing the stored audio from the point at which the Receiver was paused. During playback, the Receiver will continue to store the channel audio until you exit the Instant Replay mode.
Pressing and holding the Play/Pause button changes the display to a listing of the artists names in the stored audio, from the most recent to the oldest, beginning with an entry called Live. (Pressing the DISP button will toggle the display between the artist name list and the song/program title list.) An item from the list may be chosen and the playback will commence from that point in the stored audio, or, Live may be chosen which will exit the Instant Replay mode, and the Receiver will resume playing the live broadcast.
REPLAY LIST Live Artist Artist Artist REPLAY LIST Live Song Title Song Title Song Title
Fast Forward button. The fast forward button forwards you through the stored audio. Pressing and releasing the Fast-Forward button forwards to the start of the next song or program in the stored audio, and playback automatically begins. Repeatedly pressing and releasing the Fast-Forward button causes the
Receiver to continue to move forward in the stored audio to the start of each next song or program until the end of the stored audio is reached. When the end of the stored audio is reached, a beep will be heard (if the Confirmation Tone option is enabled), the Instant Replay mode will be exited, and the Receiver will resume playing the live broadcast. Pressing and holding the Fast-Forward button for one second advances the playback forward in 10 second intervals, which increases to 15 and then 30 second intervals the longer the Fast-Forward button remains pressed. Playback begins immediately when the button is released. When the end of the stored audio is reached, a beep will be heard, the Instant Replay mode will be exited, and the Receiver will resume playing the live broadcast. Rewind button. The rewind button rewinds (moves you backwards) through the stored audio. Pressing and releasing the Rewind button rewinds to the start of the current song or
program in the stored audio, and playback automatically begins. Repeatedly pressing and releasing the Rewind Button causes the Receiver to continue to move backwards in the stored audio to the start of each previous song or program until the beginning of the stored audio is reached. If the beginning of the stored audio is reached, a beep will be heard (if the Confirmation Tone option is enabled) and playback will automatically begin. Note: Depending upon where in a particular broadcast the channel was selected, the start of a song or program may not be available in memory. If this occurs, the playback will start from where the audio began to be stored. Pressing and holding the Rewind button for one second rewinds playback in 10 second intervals, which increase to 15 and then 30 second intervals the longer the Rewind button remains pressed. Playback begins immediately when the button is released. If the beginning of the stored audio is reached while rewinding, a beep will be heard and playback will
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FM On/Off FM On FM Off
3. Use your FM radio to locate quiet FM frequencies where there is no interference from adjacent FM stations. These are the frequencies which should be added to the FM Presets list. 4. Using the channel up and down buttons, highlight the frequency you wish to select for the preset and press the select button. The FM frequency will then be stored in the preset. If you do not want a frequency for the preset, choose EMPTY from the menu and press the select button. 5. You may then continue to select FM frequencies for other presets using the same steps. To exit the FM Presets menu, press the MENU button. FM On/Off To turn the Receivers FM transmitter On or Off, use the channel up and down buttons to highlight the FM On/Off menu item and press the select button.
Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight FM On or FM Off, and press the select button. To exit the FM On/Off menu, press the MENU button. Game Alert The Game Alert feature allows you to store your favorite sports teams in memory. The Receiver will constantly scan the SIRIUS channels and will sound an alert when a sports team you had stored in memory is playing, or when there is a score update for a team, depending on which option you have chosen for the sports team. Sports teams which you have selected and which are currently playing will be displayed in a category called My Game Zone. You may select one sports team from each sports league and the college category using the Game Alert option, however, more teams may be chosen
by using the Memory (MEMO) function. (See the section titled, Memory (MEMO) and Song Seek (SSeek) Functions for more information about adding additional teams.) To choose sports teams to add for game alerts, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Game Alert and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight the sports league or college category of the sports team you wish to add, and press the select button.
Game Alert NFL NBA NHL COLLEGE
Note that for college teams, you will receive an alert for all teams playing for that college. 4. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight which type of an alert you want, and press the select button.
3. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight the league team name or college team name you wish to add, and press the select button.
Format To change the clock display format of the Receiver to 12 hour or 24 hour format, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Clock and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight either 12 hour or 24 Hour, and press the select button.
Format 12 Hour 24 Hour
(GMT (GMT (GMT (GMT
Time Zone -6:00) Central -5:00) Eastern -4:30) Atlantic -3:30) Newfndlnd
To exit the Time Zone menu, press the MENU button. Daylight Savings Time To turn the Daylight Savings Time feature On or Off, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Daylight Savings Time, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight DST Observed or DST Not Observed, and press the select button.
Daylight Savings Time DST Observed DST Not Observed
To exit the Clock menu, press the MENU button. Time Zone To change the time zone of the Receiver, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Time Zone, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight the proper time zone for your location, and press the select button.
To exit the Daylight Savings Time menu, press the MENU button.
Alarm This feature allows you to set an alarm to sound at a specific time each day, and to turn the alarm feature On or Off.
Alarm Set Alarm Alarm Time
Set Alarm To turn the alarm On or Off, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Set Alarm, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Alarm On or Alarm Off, and press the select button.
Set Alarm On Off
Alarm Time To set the time of the alarm, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Alarm Time, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to change the minutes, and the category previous and next buttons to change the hours, to select the desired alarm time.
Alarm Time 12:00 PM
3. When you have selected the desired alarm time, press the select button to set the alarm time and exit. To exit the Alarm Time menu, press the MENU button. Program Alert The Program Alert feature allows you to program the Receiver to automatically tune to a specific channel at a specific time. The Receiver must be powered
To exit the Set Alarm menu, press the MENU button.
on in order for this feature to function.
Program Alert Program Time/Day Channel Number Program Alert On/Off
you wish to tune to the specified channel.
Program Time 12:00 PM
Program Time/Day To program the time and day when the receiver will tune to the specified channel, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Program Time/Day, and press the select button. 2. At the Program Time/Day screen, use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Time, and press the select button.
Program Time/Day Time Day
4. When you have selected the desired time, press the select button to set the time and exit. 5. At the Program Time/Day screen, use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Day, and press the select button. 6. Using the channel up and down buttons, select the day of the week you wish to tune to the selected channel, i.e., Monday, Tuesday, etc., and press the select button.
Program Day Monday
3. Use the channel up and down buttons to change the minutes, and the category previous and next buttons to change the hours, to select the time
To exit the Program Time/Day menu, press the MENU button.
Channel Number To set the channel to which the receiver will tune when the Program Alert feature is On, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Channel Number, and press the select button. 2. When the default display screen is displayed, use the channel up and down buttons to navigate to the channel which you wish to select for the Program Alert feature. Use the category previous and next buttons to navigate between categories. When the channel is displayed, press the select button.
following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Program Alert On/Off, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Program Alert On or Program Alert Off, and press the select button.
Program Alert On/Off On Off
To exit the Program Alert On/Off menu, press the MENU button. Auto Shutdown You can set the Receiver to automatically power off after a 1 hour period of inactivity, that is, no buttons have been pressed for 1 hour. When the Auto Shutdown feature is enabled, after 59 minutes of inactivity, a beep tone will sound and a display prompt will appear on the screen, Cancel Auto Shutdown. At this point the auto shutdown can be reset to 1 hour of inactivity by pressing the select
To exit the Channel Number menu, press the MENU button. Program Alert On/Off To turn the Program Alert feature is On or Off, do the
button. If the Auto Shutdown is not reset, the Receiver will automatically power off.
Artist Name Cancel Auto Shutdown Song Title
To enable or disable the Auto Shutdown feature, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Auto Shutdown, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Enabled or Disabled, and press the select button.
Auto Shutdown Enabled Disabled
after a selected period of time, 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes. To activate or deactivate the Sleep Mode feature, do the following: 1. Use the channel up and down buttons to highlight Sleep Mode, and press the select button. 2. Use the channel up and down buttons to select the desired time, 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes to activate the Sleep Mode feature, or choose Off to cancel the sleep feature, and press the select button.
Sleep Mode Off 15 min 30 min 45 min
To exit the Sleep Mode menu, press the MENU button. Signal Indicator The Signal Indicator display screen provides a visual display of the strength of the SIRIUS signal from the satellite antenna and also from terrestrial (ground)
To exit the Auto Shutdown menu, press the MENU button. Sleep Mode The Receiver can be set to turn off automatically
transmitters. To display the Signal Indicator screen, do the following: 1. Use channel up and down buttons to highlight Signal Indicator, and press the select button.
Signal Indicator SAT TER + +
2. Two 10 segment horizontal bar graphs will be displayed with a - sign to the left and a + sign to the right. SAT indicates the satellite signal strength while TER indicates the terrestrial signal strength, if a terrestrial signal is available. To exit the Signal Indicator menu, press the MENU button. Factory Default The Factory Default option will restore most every feature of the Receiver to the original factory settings. The following is a list of all features affected by the Factory Default option:
All Presets are cleared All Game Alerts are cleared Receiver set to Normal Tuning Mode Display brightness set to 50% Display Contrast set to 50% FM Transmitter set to On FM Frequency set to 88.1 MHz All S-Seek memory cleared Clock set to 12-Hour Format Time Zone set to Eastern Standard Time Daylight Savings Time set to Observed Auto Shutdown set to Off Sleep Mode set to Off Auto Select set to Off Program Alert cleared Note that the Parental Control feature is not affected by the Factory Default option. If a code has been set for the Parental Control feature, the code will not be reset by the Factory Default feature, preventing someone from circumventing the Parental Control feature. Channels which have been locked will remain locked. To activate the Factory Default feature, and restore
Note: Features and Specifications subject to change without notice. ST2 Starmate Replay User and Installation Guide
12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Companys option) without charge for parts and repair labor. To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the location shown below under WARRANTY RETURN. This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical systems. This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANYS LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANYS LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT. This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 48 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. WARRANTY RETURN: To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, please return product to an authorized retailer or call Product Support at 1-800-869-5590; proof of purchase and description of defect are required. Products to be returned to an approved warranty station must be shipped freight prepaid.
CATC/2WSI Intelligent Two Way Serial Interface
Firmware Version 22.214.171.124 and higher
JANUARY 20, 2006
HARDWARE CONNECTION GUIDE
Detailed Diagram..... 2 Hardware Connection..... 2 Connection for RS-232 Control.... 2 Connection to Audioaccess Bus.... 3 Optional 12 Volt Power Connection.... 3 Interface Setup..... 4 Interface Setup..... 5 Setting Device Type.... 5 Setting Interface Address.... 5 CATC Easy Touch II Programming.... 6 Troubleshooting..... 8
Serial Port (RS-232) Audioaccess Keypad Bus
Optional Power (12V) DTE/DCE Jumpers (JP1 &JP2) Interface Address
There are two connections on the interface: a four wire phoenix connector for the Audioaccess keypad bus, and a nine pin female for the serial connection to the device being controlled. The unit uses a straight through serial cable. Depending on your particular device, you may need a turnaround adaptor.
Connection for RS-232 Control
The RS-232 Port can be configured as either Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) or Data Computer Equipment (DCE). When configured as DTE (both jumpers at JP1 in the TOP position), pin 2 of the nine-pin D connector will be TxD, and pin 3 will be RxD. When configured as DCE (both jumpers at JP1 in the BOTTOM position), pin 2 will be RxD and pin 3 will be TxD. When using the CATC to control a subsystem, consult the manufacturers manual for pin 2 and 3 use. The pin outs must be opposite at the other end of the RS-232 connection. If pin 2 is TxD at the Interface Board, pin 2 at the computer or subsystem end must be RxD. Set the CATC/2WSI JP1 jumper accordingly (refer to the chart on page 4).
CATC/2WSI Installation and Connection Guide
-3Both JP1 and JP2 should be configured the same way for proper operation. Certain models of Escient Fireball will need to have the jumpers at JP2 removed completely. If you have problems with your unit locking up, please remove these jumpers. Please see the Audioaccess website for any additional information regarding your specific installation. Note: Please consult your manufacturers information to determine the correct connection of the below pins for proper send and receive of RS-232 data. Our research has shown that if you are using a straight through serial cable (not null modem) you will need to have the jumpers in the Top (DTE) position for: Connecting to your PC for firmware updates Audio ReQuest Music Servers Escient Fireball Servers Audioaccess aDock Our Research has shown that if you using a straight through serial cable (not null modem) you will need to have the jumpers in the Bottom (DCE) position for: Lutron Homeworks Russound ST2
Serial Port Pin # Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 2 Pin 3
Interface Board in DTE position TxD (TOP) RxD (TOP) Interface Board in DCE position RxD (BOTTOM) TxD (BOTTOM)
Subsystem RxD TxD Subsystem TxD RxD
Connection to Audioaccess Bus
Connect the four wire phoenix connector using the standard four wire keypad wiring. From top to bottom the connections are:
Power Data 1 Data 2 Ground
Optional 12 Volt Power Connection
Select an AC to DC adaptor of at least 12VDC @ 500mA with a mono 3.5mm (1/8 mini) plug, tip positive. Insert the mini plug into J1 on the CATC/IB and the adaptor into an unswitched outlet. Do NOT use the switched outlet on the PX-700! If you are using the CATC/2WSI with the optional power, you may still be able to use the touchscreens to access the attached devices if the PX-700 becomes nonfunctional, or needs to be removed for service. This would be most useful for non-audio control such as Lutron Lighting systems. This optional power connection can also be used to power the unit during a firmware update if you do not have a PX-700 to supply power to the unit.
-4NOTE: The plug in J1 on the CATC/2WSI automatically disconnects power from the keypad bus you do not have to disconnect the power wire between the Interface Board and the KPT.
The 2WSI has the communication protocol built into the unit. Depending on which dipswitch selections are made within the interface will determine which device type it is controlling and which interface number this particular unit is. In this way you can have several interfaces talking to multiple devices on the same system. 1. 2. Remove two screws holding cover on. Remove cover.
Setting Device Type
Using a small screwdriver set the first four dip switches according to the following:
Note: You must have firmware version 126.96.36.199 or higher to control all devices listed on the below chart. If you do not have this firmware please call Audioaccess Technical Support for the upgrade instructions. Please contact Technical Support if you need help determining your version. All units shipped after November 1, 2006 have the version 188.8.131.52.
Device Self Test Audio Request All single zone models Escient Fireball n/a Russound ST2 AM/FM & XM / SIRIUS Lutron Home Works Audioaccess aDock+ for iPod Russound ST2 DUAL XM or SIRIUS Audio ReQuest F.Series 2 and 4 Zone and Z.Series # 8 DIP 1 Down Down Down Down Down Down Down Down Up DIP 2 Down Down Down Down Up Up Up Up Down DIP 3 Down Down Up Up Down Down Up Up Down DIP 4 Down Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Down
Setting Interface Address
The next four dip switches are used to set the interface address. This is also used in the CATC Easy Touch II programming. In order for the interface to work properly the device address must be set on both the hardware and the software. If you have more than one of each type of device, you will need to set each corresponding interface to a unique address.
Interface Address 9 10
DIP 5 Down Down Down Down Down Down Down Up Up Up
DIP 6 Down Down Down Up Up Up Up Down Down Down
DIP 7 Down Up Up Down Down Up Up Down Down Up
DIP 8 Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Down
CATC Easy Touch II Programming
The programming for the interface is self contained within the template file we have provided you. You should have downloaded and installed the v1.2a update and any additional updates available. Please check www.support.audioaccess.com for the latest download. The below instructions are generic instructions for any interface and template. Please see detailed instructions for specific instructions for each interface. These are available on the Audioaccess Technical Support website. There are only three steps necessary to correctly program the CATC and CATC/2WSI. If you are using the Lutron Homeworks interface please see the detailed instructions on the Audioaccess Technical Support Website before continuing. 1. Add the Set Interface Address message from the Actions Library onto the Button Press of the correct MORE, FAVORITES or LIBRARY BUTTON for your installation. This is the button that will be used to GOTO the navigation and control screens for the connected device. You can rename this button at any time. In this example I am using Source 6 and Drag+Dropping the Set Interface Address action from the Actions Library (under Basic) to the press of the MORE button. Make sure to use the Condition pull down menu to filter the buttons that are being shown on the screen to match the source # input that you are going to connect to the PX-700. If your device is going to be Source #6 on the PX-700, you should select Source 6 on the pull down menu. Please see the CATC installation guide for detailed information.
Screen Condition pull down menu
When you drag and drop the Set Interface Address action onto the MORE button you will be prompted to enter five (5) numbers for IA1, IA2, IA3, IA4 and IA5. When prompted for Interface address enter the number for IA1 that corresponds to the dip switch setting you set in the hardware setup above and click OK. If you are using an Audio ReQuest F.Series, Russound Dual Tuner, or other multiple output device, use IA2 to specify the output of the unit from 1 to 4. All other interface address numbers should be set to 0. The additional place holders will be used for future development. For example: Interface Address = 1 Your Actions should now look like this:
-73. Drag and Drop the device template screens (in this example we are using the ReQuest Interface screens) from the Screens Templates onto the RELEASE of the More button (or any button that you will use to navigate to the additional control screens for this device). This will automatically add the control screens into your project and add the correct GOTO action. You can rename this button at any time.
Your button actions should now look like this (for example):
Congratulations! You have now completed the programming for the 2 way interface and the necessary components of the CATC. Complete the rest of your project and download to the CATC when done.
Symptom No Feedback on CATC Possible Cause No Power on CATC/2WSI Solution Check Power LED and Phoenix connections. Check Dipswitch setting for device type Check CATC program and CATC/2WSI dipswitch setting and check for correct setting. They should match. Set Interface Address action should be added to the button actions used to GOTO the control screens. Use JP1 and JP2 to reverse Remove the iPod from the dock, unlock and re-insert. Remove the iPod from the dock, unlock and re-insert. Remove JP2 jumper first on CATC/2WSI, then power cycle Escient and restart In the Set Interface Address action, IA1 matches the dipswitch setting and IA2 matches the discreet output of the ReQuest Make sure unit is powered on or add power on commands to PX-700 Source Events In the Set Interface Address action, IA1 matches the dipswitch setting and IA2 matches the discreet output of the ST2. In AM/FM & XM units, XM is output 1 and AM/FM is output 2.
Incorrect Dipswitch Settings for Device Type Incorrect dipswitch setting for Interface Address
No Interface Address is set in CATC programming RS232 send and receive are reversed No feedback from iPod iPod not connected properly in the dock No OK to Disconnect on iPod screen No feedback from Escient Fireball Escient has stopped and needs restart Interface address not set for discreet output.
No feedback from Multizone Request Audio server
No feedback from any output of ReQuest Server No feedback from Russound ST2 tuner
ReQuest is in standby
Interface address not set for discreet output.
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|Product Type||Sirius satellite radio tuner|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Type||Sirius satellite radio tuner|
|Preset Station Qty||30|
|Connector Type||1 x DC power input 1 x audio line-out 1 x antenna|
|Included Accessories||Mounting hardware, car power adapter, antenna|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Brand||Sirius Satellite Radio|
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