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Do not use compact discs that have large scratches, are misshapen, or cracked, etc. Use of such discs will cause misoperation or damage.
Attaching the DCP
1. Insert the right side of the DCP into the main unit. 2. Insert the left side of the DCP to attach into the main unit.
Note: If the DCP connector is dirty, wipe off the dirt with a soft, dry cloth only.
Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight or any heat source.
INFORMATION FOR USERS: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
Note: Do not use commercially available CD protection sheets or discs equipped with stabilizers, etc. These may get caught in the internal mechanism and damage the disc.
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2. / CONTROLLI / REGELAARS / CONTROLES
/ KONTROLLER / CONTROLOS
MAIN UNIT / APPAREIL PRINCIPAL / HAUPTGERT / APPARECCHIO PRINCIPALE / HOOFDTOESTEL / UNIDAD PRINCIPAL / HUVUDENHET / UNIDADE PRINCIPAL
CONTROLS / LES COMMANDES / REGLER
Note: Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter 2. CONTROLS on page 5 (unfold).
Names of the Buttons and Their Functions
CD insertion slot.
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Auxiliary jack insertion.
Press the [RELEASE] button to unlock the detachable panel. Eject a CD when it is loaded in the unit. During Radio RDS mode, switch the display indication in the following order: Main Display Clock Display Main Display. During CD/AUX mode, switch the display indication (Main Display, Clock Display). During MP3/WMA mode, switch the display indication in the following order: Track No./Play Time Folder No./Play Time Track Name Folder Name Title Tag Album Tag Artist Tag Clock Display Track No./Play Time. Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer to enter the Adjustment mode. Use the button to enter to the Sound mode. (Z-Enhancer, Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader). Press and hold for 1 second or longer to turn on or off the M-B EX mode. Use the button to set the TA ( Traffic Announcement) standby mode.
Perform random play while in the CD/MP3/WMA mode. Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer to perform all random play while in the MP3/WMA mode. Select the folder (MP3/WMA disc only).
Switch the band, or seek tuning or manual tuning while in the Radio mode. Play the rst track while in the CD/MP3/WMA mode. Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer to select CD-DA or MP3/WMA on a Multisession disc. Adjust the volume by turning the knob clockwise or counterclockwise. Use the knob to perform various settings.
In extreme cold, the screen movement may slow down and the screen may darken, but this is normal. The screen will recover when it returns to normal temperature.
Be sure to lower the volume before switching off the unit power or the ignition key. The unit remembers its last volume setting. If you switch the power off with the volume up, when you switch the power back on, the sudden loud volume may hurt your hearing and damage the unit.
Main Display Clock Display Main Display. Main Display (Track No., Play Time) Clock Display Main Display. Main-1 Display (Track No., Play Time) Main-2 Display (Folder No., Play Time) Track Folder Title Album Artist Clock Display Main-1 Display. Main Display
Turning on/off the power
Note: Be careful about using this unit for a long time without running the engine. If you drain the cars battery too much, you may not be able to start the engine and this can reduce the service life of the battery.
1. Press the [SRC] button. 2. The illumination and display on the unit light up. The unit automatically remembers its last Operation mode and will automatically switch to display that mode. 3. Press and hold the [SRC] button for 1 second or longer to turn off the power for the unit.
Once selected, the preferred display becomes the display default. When a function adjustment such as volume is made, the screen will momentarily switch to that functions display, then revert back to the preferred display several seconds after the adjustment.
Selecting a mode
1. Press the [SRC] button to change the Operation mode. 2. Each time you press the [SRC] button, the Operation mode changes in the following order: Radio mode AUX mode CD/MP3/WMA mode Radio mode.
Turning the [ROTARY] knob clockwise increases the volume; turning it counterclockwise decreases the volume. VOL XX will be displayed where XX is the volume level from 0 (minimum) to 33 (maximum).
The factory default setting for volume is VOL 13.
Adjusting the volume
Sound mode adjustments
2. Press the [ item name. Z-EHCR BASS TREBLE BALANCE FADER ,
Notes: When Balance is 0, CENTER will be displayed instead. The factory default setting is CENTER.
: no sound effect
B-BOOST : bass emphasized ( indicator lights in the display) IMPACT EXCITE : bass and treble emphasized ( indicator lights in the display) : bass and treble emphasized mid de-emphasized ( indicator lights in the display)
Note: The factory default setting is OFF.
Basic Operations Adjusting the fader
2-1. Press the [ FADER. , ] button and select
3-1. Turning the [ROTARY] knob clockwise emphasizes the sound from the front speakers; turning it counterclockwise emphasizes the sound from the rear speakers. The display changes as follows: FRONT XX will be displayed where XX is the value from 1 to 12. REAR XX will be displayed where XX is the value from 1 to 12.
Notes: When Fader is 0, CENTER will be displayed instead. The factory default setting is CENTER.
This system has an external jack input in the front panel where you can listen to sounds and music from external devices connected to this unit. 1. Connect the external music player to the [AUX] input. 2. Press the [SRC] button and select the AUX mode to activate the AUX function.
Notes: Use only the 3.5mm stereo jack for the AUX jack input. Volume can be adjusted through the unit. If you face difculties of hearing sound even after volume has been adjusted, please refer section Selecting AUX IN sensitivity on page 23 for details.
Adjusting MAGNA BASS EX
The MAGNA BASS EX does not adjust the low sound area like the normal sound adjustment function, but emphasizes the deep bass sound area to provide you with a dynamic sound. ] button for 1 second 1. Press and hold the [ or longer to turn on the MAGNA BASS EX effect. indicator lights in the display. ] button for 1 second 2. Press and hold the [ or longer to turn off the MAGNA BASS EX effect.
indicator goes off from the display.
The CT function receives CT data sent from an RDS station and displays the time. Press the [D] button to switch to the CT display.
If a CT data is not being received, CT--:-- appears in the display. Note: CT data is not transmitted in some countries and by some broadcast stations. Also, in some areas, the CT display may not accurate.
CT (Clock Time) function
Radio Mode Operations
Listening to the radio
1. Press the [SRC] button and select the Radio mode, then the radio will be on. 2. To select a preset band, press the [BND] button, and then select one of the preset bands such as FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM (MW/LW). Every time the [BND] button is pressed, the band switches in the following order: F1 F2 F3 AM (MW/LW) F1. , 3. Press the [ desired station. ] button to tune in the
There are 2 ways available: Quick tuning and step tuning. When you are in the step Tuning mode, the frequency changes one step at a time. In the quick Tuning mode, you can quickly tune the desired frequency. 1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired band (FM or AM (MW/LW)).
If MANU is not lit in the display, press and hold the [BND] button for 1 second or longer. MANU is lit in the display and manual tuning is now available.
There are 2 types of seek tuning: DX SEEK and LOCAL SEEK. DX SEEK can automatically tune in to receivable broadcast stations; LOCAL SEEK can tune in to only broadcast stations with a good reception sensitivity. 1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired band (FM or AM (MW, LW)).
If MANU is lit in the display, press and hold the [BND] button for 1 second or longer. MANU in the display goes off and seek tuning is now available. If TA is lit in the display, TP stations are automatically sought.
2. Tune into a station. ] button for 1 secPress and hold the [ , ond or longer to begin station tuning. Press the [ tuning.
] button to perform manual
If no operation is performed for more than 7 seconds, manual tuning is cancelled and the display returns to the previous mode.
Preset memory function
2. Press the [ , station tuning.
] button to start automatic
Preset memory function can store up to 24 stations: Six stations for each of FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM (MW/LW).
] button is pressed, search will be When the [ performing in the direction of higher frequencies. ] button is pressed, search will be When the [ performed in the direction of lower frequencies.
When seek tuning starts, DX appears in the display.
Manual memory function
2. Press the [ , desired station.
1. Press the [BND] button and to select a band you want to store in the memory. ] button to tune into a
If the button is pressed and held in position for 1 second or longer, local seek tuning will be enabled. Broadcast stations with good reception sensitivity are selected.
When local seeking starts, LO appears in the display.
3. Press and hold one of the [DIRECT] buttons for 2 seconds or longer to store the current station into preset memory.
Radio Mode Operations Auto store
Auto store is a function for storing up to 6 stations that are automatically tuned in sequentially. If 6 receivable stations cannot be received, a previously stored station remains un-overwritten at the memory position. 1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired band (FM or AM (MW/LW)). ] button for 2 seconds 2. Press and hold the [ or longer. The stations with good reception are stored automatically to the preset channels. A-STORE will be displayed.
If you press the [TA] button when only TP is lit in the display, TP and TA light in the display and the unit is set into the TA standby mode until a trafc announcement is broadcast. When a trafc announcement broadcast starts, TRA INFO appears in the display. If you press the [TA] button while a trafc announcement broadcast is being received, the trafc announcement broadcast reception is cancelled and the unit goes into the TA standby mode. As TP and TA lit in the display, press the [TA] button. The TA in the display goes off and the TA standby mode is cancelled.
If TP is not lit, pressing the [TA] button searches for a TP station.
Setting the TA standby mode
If you press the [SRC] button, emergency broadcast reception is cancelled.
Cancelling an emergency broadcast
Volume setting of TA, emergency broadcast (ALARM) and PTY
The volume for TA, ALARM and PTY interrupts can be set during TA, ALARM or PTY interrupt.
The factory default setting for this volume is VOL 15.
Cancelling the TA standby mode
During a TA, ALARM or PTY interrupt, turn the [ROTARY] knob to set the volume to the desired level (0 to 33).
When the TA, ALARM or PTY interrupt ends, the volume returns to the level it had before the interrupt.
When TP is not lit, if you press the [TA] button, TA in the display lights and the unit automatically receives a TP station.
Note: If a TP station is not received, the unit continues the search operation. Pressing [TA] button again goes off TA in the display and stops TP station searching.
Searching for a TP station
RDS Mode adjustment
RDS Mode is one of the Adjustment mode. Please refer chapter 6. OTHER OPERATIONS on page 21 for details.
Auto store function for TP stations
You can automatically store up to 6 TP stations into preset memory. If the number of TP can be received less than 6, broadcast stations already stored in memory and left without being overwritten. ] As TA lit in the display, press and hold the [ button for 2 seconds or longer. The TP stations with the good reception sensitivity are stored into preset memory.
Even if you select FM1 or FM2, a TP station is stored into memory for FM3.
If an emergency broadcast is received, all the Function mode operations are stopped. ALARM appears in the display and the emergency broadcast can be heard.
CD/MP3/WMA Mode Operations
MP3 is an audio compression method and classied into audio layer 3 of MPEG standards. This audio compression method has penetrated into PC users and become a standard format. This MP3 features the original audio data compression to about 12 percent of its initial size with a high quality sound. This means that about 10 music CDs can be recorded on a CD-R disc or CD-RW disc to allow a long listening time without having to change CDs.
What is MP3?
Decode Format Sampling Rate (kHz) Bit-rate (kbps) MPEG 1, 2 and 2.5 - Layer 3 MPEG-1 : 32, 44.1, 48 MPEG-2 : 16, 22.05, 24 MPEG-2.5 : 8, 11.025, 12 MPEG-1 : 32 - 320 MPEG-2 : 8 - 160 MPEG-2.5 : 8 - 160 VBR 48, 44.1, - 192
Sampling rate (kHz) Bit-rate (kbps)
WMA is the abbreviation of Windows Media Audio, an audio le format developed by Microsoft Corporation.
Notes: WMA le with DRM (Digital Rights Management) will be skipped from being playback and jump to the next track. Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
What is WMA?
Folder Level Limit Max. Files Support Folder Name File Name
: 8 Level : 254 : Max. 28 Characters : Max. 28 Characters
Max. Folder Support : 128
1. When using Windows Media Player 9, click on TOOL OPTIONS MUSIC RECORD tab, then under Recording settings, unclick the check box for RECORD PROTECTED MUSIC. Then, reconstruct les. 2. When using Windows Media Player 10/11, click on TOOL OPTIONS RIP MUSIC tab, then under Rip settings, unclick the check box for COPY PROTECT MUSIC. Then, reconstruct les.
Note: Personally constructed WMA les are used at your own responsibility.
To disable DRM (Digital Rights Management):
Always add a le extension.MP3 or.WMA to MP3 or WMA le by using single character letters. If you add a le extension other than specied or forget to add the le extension, the le cannot be played. 1. When writing MP3/WMA le on a CD-R disc or CD-RW disc, please select ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo as the writing software format. Normal play may not be possible if the disc is recorded on another format. 2. The folder name and le name can be displayed as the title during MP3/WMA play but the title must be within 28 single byte alphabetical letters and numerals (including an extension) respectively. 3. Do not afx a name to a le inside a folder having the same name. 1. A disc with a folder having more than 8 hierarchical levels will be impossible.
Logical format (File system)
Precautions when creating MP3/WMA disc
] button ejects the disc even if Pressing the [ the power to the unit was not turned on. Remove the disc after it is ejected.
Notes: If you force a CD into before auto reloading, this can damage the CD. If a CD (12 cm) is left in the ejected position for 15 seconds, the CD is automatically reloaded (Auto reload).
Play MP3/ Play MP3/WMA WMA
Press the [SRC] button to select the CD/MP3/ WMA mode. CD/MP3 will be displayed. When the unit enters CD/MP3/WMA mode, play starts automatically. Radio CD/MP3/WMA AUX Radio.
Note: The default display is Main Display (Track No./ Play Time).
Listening to a disc already loaded in the unit
CD/MP3/WMA Mode Operations Loading a CD
The arrangement is shown below. Main-1 Display (Track No., Play Time) Clock Display Main-1 Display. Insert a CD into the center of the CD SLOT with the labeled side facing up. LOADING appears in the display, the CD plays automatically after loading.
Notes: When the unit enters the CD/MP3/WMA mode, FILEREAD will be displayed to check the disc type and its contents. If the inserted disc is a CD-DA format, CD will be displayed for a while. However, if the inserted disc is a MP3/WMA format, MP3 will be displayed for a while. MP3/WMA indicator will be lit on according to type of le detected. indicator will be lit on if MP3 le is detected. indicator will be lit on if WMA le is detected. Then, the rst track will be played automatically. If the CD is not inserted easily, there may be another CD in the mechanism or the unit may require service. Discs not bearing the by this unit. mark cannot be played
Main-1 Display (Track No., Play Time) Main-2 Display (Folder No., Play Time) Track Folder Title Tag Album Tag Artist Tag Clock Display Main-1 Display. where Track, Folder, Title Tag, Album Tag and Artist Tag are called Title Display.
Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may not be usable.
Ejecting the CD
Press the [ ed.
] button, then the CD will be eject-
Notes: If there is no disc loaded, the indication "NO DISC" appears in the display and return to Radio mode after 4 seconds. If the CD is not removed after ejecting, CD will be automatically reloaded after 15 seconds and this will not automatically switch to CD/MP3/WMA mode.
] button to pause play. PAUSE 1. Press the [ appears in the display. 2. To resume CD play, press the [ again. ] button
1. You can choose the display type for CD-DA or MP3/WMA disc by pressing the [D] button. To select the next type, press the [D] button again.
Note: Each of the items in Title Display will display TRACK, FOLDER, TITLE, ALBUM or ARTIST respectively for 2 seconds before showing related title information.
CD/MP3/WMA Mode Operations Title display
1. There are 5 types of display for the Title Display. The arrangement is shown below. ] button to move the beginning 1. Press the [ of the current track. ] button twice to move to the 2. Press the [ beginning of the previous track.
Press and hold the [ longer. Press and hold the [ longer.
] button for 1 second or
] button For Audio CD mode pressing the [ , for 1 second or longer will move forward or backward 5 times faster than normal play, and pressing it for 3 seconds or longer will do the operation 30 times faster.
2. If a MP3/WMA le does not support for ID3 TAG or the le is encoded with ID3 TAG header that does not consist of any TAG information, the display will show NO TITLE.
Notes: The folder name will be displayed as ROOT which the le allocates in the root folder. For MP3, it supports ID3 Tags V2.4/2.3/2.2/1.1/ 1.0. The MP3 player decodes each le ID3 TAG ver 2 by default, if ID3 TAG ver 2 is unavailable, ID3 TAG ver 1 will be decoded. UNICODE ID3 (Chinese, Japanese and etc) is not supported. Only ASCII characters can be displayed in Tags. If ID3 has Japanese or Chinese character, will be displayed as substitution.
] button For MP3/WMA mode pressing the [ , for 1 second or longer will move forward or backward 5 times faster than normal play, and pressing it for 3 seconds or longer will do the operation 10 times faster.
MP3/WMA playing order
When selected for play folder up down functions, les and folders are accessed in the order in which they were written by the CD-ROM writer. Because of this, the order in which they are expected to be played may not match the order in which they are actually played. You may be able to set the order in which MP3/WMA are to be played by writing them onto a medium such as a CD-R with their le names beginning with play sequence numbers such as 01 to 99, depending on your CD writer. For example, a medium with the following folder/ le hierarchy is shown below.
Selecting a track
] button to move to the begin1. Press the [ ning of the next track. ] button is pressed, play2. Each time the [ back proceeds to another track in the advancing direction.
Example of a mediums folder/le hierarchy
Press the [UP] button while in the nal folder to shift to the rst folder. Folder without an MP3/WMA le is not selectable. Folder name will be displayed for a while.
2. Press the [
] button to select a track.
The top function resets the CD player to the rst track of the disc. Press the [BND] button to play the rst track (Track No. 1) on the disc.
In case of MP3/WMA, the rst track of a folder being played will be returned.
Other various play functions
CD-DA: This function allows you to locate and play the rst 10 seconds of all the tracks recorded on a disc. MP3/WMA: This function allows you to locate and play the rst 10 seconds of all the tracks in all the folders.
This function allows you to select a folder containing MP3/WMA les and start playing from the rst track in the folder. 1. Press the [DN] or the [UP] button. Press the [DN] button to move the previous folder. Press the [UP] button to move the next folder.
1. Press the [SCN] button to perform scan play. TRK SCN appears in the display while the SCN indicator lights in the display.
Scan play starts from the next track after the track currently being played. Scan play will proceed to next folder after all the tracks in the current folder have been scanned.
MP3/WMA: This function allows you to locate and play the rst 10 seconds of the rst track of all the folders on an MP3/WMA disc. 1. Press and hold the [SCN] button for 1 second or longer to perform folder scan play. ALL SCN appears in the display while the ALL and SCN indicators light in the display.
All scan play starts from the rst track of next folder after the track currently being played.
All scan play
CD-DA, MP3/WMA: This function allows you to play the current track repeatedly. 1. Press the [RPT] button to perform repeat play. TRK RPT appears in the display while the RPT indicator lights in the display. MP3/WMA: This function allows you to play all tracks in the MP3/WMA folder repeatedly. 1. Press and hold the [RPT] button for 1 second or longer to perform folder repeat play. ALL RPT appears in the display while the ALL and RPT indicators light in the display. CD-DA: This function allows you to play all tracks recorded on a disc in a random order. MP3/WMA: This function allows you to play all tracks of current folder in a random order. 1. Press the [RDM] button to perform random play. TRK RDM appears in the display while the RDM indicator lights in the display.
The factory default setting is OFF. Notes: This function is disabled when a national station such as BBC R2 is being received. The REG function ON/OFF setting is valid when the AF function is ON.
REG (Regional programme) function
2-1. Select SCRN SVR. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select "ON" or "OFF". ON: Screen saver is enabled. OFF: Screen saver is disabled.
Set auto scroll function for MP3/WMA title.
Setting the method for title scroll
2-1. Select REG. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select ON or OFF. ON: REG in the display lights and REG function turns on.
2-1. Select SCROLL. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select ON or OFF. ON: To scroll automatically. OFF: To scroll just 1 time when the title was changed.
Make the following settings to select the sensitivity when sounds from external devices connected to this unit are difcult to hear even after adjusting the volume.
The factory default setting is MID.
Selecting AUX IN sensitivity
OFF: This unit continues normal operation even when the cellular phone is used. ON: You can listen to your telephone calls from the speakers connected to this unit. MUTE: The sound from this unit is muted during telephone calls.
Notes: This unit requires hands-free kit that supports [AUX] input as a source of cellular phone audio input. Please consult your local authorized Clarion dealer for more information on the handsfree kit offered. If connecting a hands-free kit, please ensure the setting is ON to receive the telephone audio through the system. When listening to your calls on your car speakers, you can adjust the volume by turning the [ROTARY] knob, it will be memorized as new telephone volume. The factory default setting for this volume is VOL 15. This unit requires special wiring to mute the audio signal automatically when a cellular telephone rings in the car. This function is not compatible with all cellular telephones. Please contact your local authorized Clarion dealer for information on proper installation and compatibility.
2-1. Select AUX SENS. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select LOW, MID or HIGH.
Note: For telephone interrupt, AUX SENS is always "MID".
The factory default setting is RIGHT.
Setting the car speaker output for the cellular phone
To output the telephone calls, set the cellular phone interrupt to ON.
2-1. Select TEL-SP. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select RIGHT or LEFT. RIGHT Telephone calls can be heard on the front right speaker connected to this unit. LEFT Telephone calls can be heard on the front left speaker connected to this unit. If you connect this unit and your cellular phone with a separately sold unit, you can listen to your telephone calls on your car speakers.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Cellular phone interrupt setting
2-1. Select TEL-SW. 3-1. Turn the [ROTARY] knob to select the setting. Each time you turn the [ROTARY] knob, the setting changes in the following order: OFF ON MUTE.
Problem Power does not turn on. (No sound is produced) Cause Fuse is blown. Measure Replace with a fuse of the same amperage. If the fuse blows again, consult your store of purchase. Consult your store of purchase. 1. Turn the unit off. 2. Remove all wires attached to the power antenna lead. Check each wire for a possible short to ground using an ohm meter. 3. Turn the unit back on. 4. Reconnect each amplier remote wire to the power antenna lead one by one. If the ampliers turn off before all wires are attached, use an external relay to provide remote-on voltage (excessive current required). Turn off the power, then press the [RELEASE] button and remove the DCP. Press the reset button for about 2 seconds with a thin rod.
Incorrect wiring. No sound output when operating the unit with ampliers or power antenna attached. Power antenna lead is shorted to ground or excessive current is required for remote-on the ampliers or power antenna.
Nothing happens when button are pressed. Display is not accurate.
The microprocessor has malfunctioned due to noise, etc.
DCP or main unit connectors are dirty. No sound heard. The speaker protection circuit is operating.
Wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth moistened with cleaning alcohol. 1. Turn down sound volume. Function can also be restored by turning the power off and on again. (Speaker volume is reduced automatically when the speaker protection circuit operates). 2. If the sound is muted again, consult our service department.
Problem No sound heard. Cause MP3/WMA les are absent in a disc. Files are not recognized as an MP3/WMA le. File system is not correct. Sound skips or is noisy. CD/MP3/WMA Disc is dirty. Disc is heavily scratched or warped. Sound is cut or skipped. Noise is generated or noise is mixed with sound. Sound is bad directly after power is turned on. MP3/WMA les are not encoded properly. Measure Write MP3/WMA les onto the disc properly. Use MP3/WMA les encoded properly. Use ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo le system. Clean the disc with a soft cloth. Replace with a disc with no scratches. Use MP3/WMA les encoded properly.
Water droplets may form on the internal lens when the car is parked in a humid place. File system is not correct.
Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on.
Use ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo le system.
8. ERROR DISPLAYS
Error Display CD/MP3/WMA Cause A DISC is caught inside the CD deck and is not ejected. A DISC cannot be played due to scratches,etc. A DISC is loaded upside-down inside the CD deck and does not play. Measure This is a failure of CD decks mechanism and consult your store of purchase. Replace with a non-scratched, non-warpeddisc. Eject the disc then reload it properly.
ERROR 2 ERROR 3 ERROR 6
Frequency Range: 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz Usable Sensitivity: 11 dBf 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 17 dBf Alternate Channel Selectivity: 75 dB Stereo Separation (1 kHz): 35 dB Frequency Response (3 dB): 30 Hz to 15 kHz
Notes: Specications comply with JEITA Standards. Specications and design are subject to change without notice for further improvement. Please make sure when connecting external power amplier, that you properly, to the car chassis, ground the amplier. If this is not done, severe damage to the source unit may happen.
Frequency Range: MW 531 kHz to 1602 kHz LW 153 kHz to 279 kHz Usable Sensitivity: 25 V
System: Compact disc audio system Usable Discs: Compact disc Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 20 kHz (3 dB) Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 85 dB (1 kHz) IHF-A Dynamic Range: 87 dB (1 kHz) Harmonic Distortion: 0.01%
Maximum Power Output: 200 W (50 W X 4 ch) Power Output: 4 X 25 W (DIN 45324, +B=14.4 V) Bass Control Action (100 Hz): 14 dB Treble Control Action (10 kHz): 14 dB Line Output (with A/C 1 kHz, 10 k): 1.8 V
Power Supply Voltage: 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.6 V allowable), negative ground Current Consumption: Less than 15 A Speaker Impedance: 4 (4 to 8 allowable) Weight: 2.42 lb. (1.1 kg) Dimensions: 178 mm Width X 50 mm Height X 152 mm Depth
DB178RMP, DXZ378RMP, DB568RUSB, FB VRX878RVD, DB179RMP, MAX973HD VRX578RUSB, VRX378RUSB DXZ379RMP DUB278RMP MAX678RVD 278RBT DB179RGMP CD USB CD CD CD USB SD CD/DVD SD CD/DVD CD/DVD USB WMA MP3 AAC WMA MP3 AAC WMA MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 WMA MP3 AAC LEVEL1 ISO9660 LEVEL2 LEVEL3 PLAY IS09660 EXTENSION 64 bytes 64 bytes 28 bytes FILE NAME 32 bytes 32 bytes 32 bytes PLAY OTHERS 64 bytes 64 bytes 28 bytes FILE NAME 32 bytes APPLE ISO FAT12 FAT FAT16 FAT32 .mp3/.MP3 .Mp3/.Mp3 .wma .WMA .rmp.AAC/Ignore case .m4a MPEG1 MPEG2 MPEG2.5 DXZ778RUSB,DXZ578RUSB, DXZ778RUSB, DXZ575USB
Fs= 22.05 -44.1 kHz
48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8 (kHz) 48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8 (kHz) 48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8 (kHz)
WMA AAC MPEG1 MPEG2 MPEG2.5 WMA AAC OTHERS DIRECTORY DEPTH FILE NAME LENGTH TOTAL FILE MUMBER TOTAL FOLDER NUMBER FILE NUMBER via FOLDER ID3 TAG ver.1.x ver.2.x TITLE ARTIST ALBUM TITLE ARTIST ALBUM TITLE
48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8 (kHz) 48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8 (kHz) 48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025, 8(kHz)
32, 44.1. 48
32, 32, 44.1. 44.1. 48 48
48, 44.1, 32
48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025,8 48, 44.1, 32 48,44.1, 32,24, 22.05, 16,12, 11.025,8
16, 22.05, 24
8, 11.025 32, 44, 48.1 kHz 32-320 8-160 8-~ 192 kbps
11.025, 44.1 22.05 /32 44.1 /48 kHz 32-320 8-160
844.1 kHz 32-320 8-160 8-160
844.1 kHz 32-320 8-160 8-160 32-320 8-160 8-160 -
48, 44.1, 32 32-320
22.05 /32 44.1 /48 kHz
8-44.1 kHz 8-320 64-912 8-3520 32-320 8-160 8-160 7.3K~64K
48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, 192 kbps
8-320kbps 8-320kbps 8-320kbps 8kbps ~ 320 kbps
8-320kbps 8-320kbps 8-320kbps
64 bytes 128 bytes
MAX. 8 MAX. 8 65,255
8 kbps~ 320 kbps (iTunes ver5)
48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, 192
8-320 64-912 8-~ 192 kbps 32 ~ 192 kbps
22.05 ~ 192
MAX. 8 MAX. 8 MAX. 8 255(DB568RUSB) 255 15,000(DUB278RMP) 255(DB568RUSB) 255 15,000(DUB278RMP)
28 bytes 30 chars
MAX. 255 512
60 bytes 30 bytes
MAX. 255 99
3,3,000 V2.3 V2.3
AAC TAG ARTIST
ALBUM Support for VBR highest quality (240-355 kbps)
* When a USB memory device is composed of two or more drives, only one of the drives will be detected. * USB memory devices with security functions cannot be played. * Do not connect your iPod directly to the USB slot on Clarion products. A special adapter (sold separately) is required for the iPod connection. Please refer to the iPod connecting list below. For more details concerning USB slot connections, please refer to our website at www.clarion.com. * Playback is not possible with some USB devices depending on their type and configuration.
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