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User reviews and opinions
|Archangel||8:13pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|Good choice to have for a laptop, upgraded an old Hitachi Deskstar for this drive, and great difference in speed. excellent item for the most part, ease of installation was my issue. inexperience with unformatted.|
|RAHLRAHL||11:02am on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|Bought this drive to replace smaller drive in new Toshiba laptop. It is quick, quiet and no problems. I was so impressed. So far it works fine, however I noticed that it is not as quiet as the other disk I had before|
|lilehes||4:14pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|Somewhat Satisfied After two years, this drive finally went South on me. I wish hard drives were not so short lived. I guess two years is not so bad. Garbage item Only used about one month and it was broken. I had to back up data, reinstall OS and exchange the item with WD.|
|thefrank||7:22am on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|Storage of 200,000 photos. Web site items Easy To Setup,Easy to use,High Capacity No Power Switch It is a good one if you use it w/ only Windows. But if you want to use both MAC & Windows it gets kinda difficult.|
|mrgeetar45||3:00am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|This is a nice drive for the cash I spent. I find this unit is compact for my laptop backup. Dell has these WD products at a lower price than WD even on sale.|
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Change bands, or select seek tuning or manual tuning while in the radio mode.
Perform repeat play while in CD/MP3/WMA/ AAC/USB/iPod mode.
Receiver for remote control unit. (Operating range: 30 in all directions)
Perform scan play for 10 seconds of each track while in CD/MP3/WMA/AAC/USB mode. [ ] (UP), [ ] (DN) buttons Select folders while in MP3/WMA/AAC/USB mode.
[AUX] input jack
Input jack for connecting external device.
Press to switch to the audio adjust mode.
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Rotate to adjust the volume.
Recall ISR radio station in memory. Press and hold the button (2 sec.) to store current station into ISR memory (radio mode only).
Turn the power on/off.
[x], [v] buttons
Commence fast-forward or fast-reverse mode.
Perform preset scan while in the radio mode. Play or pause a track while in CD/MP3/WMA/ AAC/USB/iPod mode.
[Q] (EJECT) button
Press to eject disc.
Insert CDs here.
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When detaching the control panel, store it in the DCP (DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL) case to prevent scratches.
Attaching the DCP
1. Insert the right side of the DCP into the main unit. 2. Insert the left side of the DCP into the main unit.
Removing the DCP
1. Press the [SRC] button (1 sec.) to turn off the power. 2. Deeply push in [OPEN] button to unlock the flip down panel. If the flip down panel does not open fully, gently open it with your hand.
Storing the DCP in the DCP Case
Hold the DCP, in the orientation as shown in the figure below, and put it into the supplied DCP case. (Ensure the DCP is in the correct orientation.)
3. Pull the DCP toward you and remove it.
4. Close the HOLD FLAP. The DCP can easily be damaged by shocks. After removing it, be careful not to drop it or subject it to strong shocks. The connector connecting the source unit and the DCP is an extremely important part. Be careful not to damage it by pressing on it with fingernails, screwdrivers, etc.
Note: If the DCP is dirty, wipe off the dirt with a soft, dry cloth only.
Be sure to close the HOLD FLAP for safety when removing the DCP.
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5. REMOTE CONTROL
Optional Wired Remote Control Unit Operations
Following operations are enabled by remote control with the separately sold Wired Remote Control Unit CMRC5 (shown below), CMRC6 or CMRC7.
Note: If the remote control is connected with this unit while the power on, please restart this unit again to confirm the normal display.
IR-Receiver [ /SOURCE] [ENTER]
Each time the [ /SOURCE ] button is pressed, the mode switches in the following order: Radio mode Satellite mode CD/MP3/ WMA/AAC mode USB/iPod mode CD changer mode AUX mode Radio mode..
Note: If the above equipment is not connected, corresponding mode cannot be selected.
Confirm varions selectings. Input the channel No. directly. (in Sirius Satellite mode.)
[ ], [ ] buttons
[ [w], [z] ]
Press the [ ] button to increase the volume and press the [ ] button to decrease the volume.
[X], [V] buttons
Press the [V] button to start playback from the beginning of the following track. Press the [X] button to start playback from the beginning of the current track. If pressed again, the track moves to the previous one (in CD changer mode, CD/MP3/WMA/AAC mode or USB/iPod mode). Press and hold the [V] button to fast-forward the disc. Press and hold the [X] button to fast-reverse the disc. Press the [X] or [V] button to tune in a station for seek tuning or manual tuning (Radio mode/Satellite mode only).
Lower the volume level before powering the source unit off. The source unit stores the last volume setting.
When the flip down panel is open, no sound is produced, and source unit controls and remote control unit operations are disabled. Always shut the flip down panel after changing the CD. EXPOSING THE UNIT TO WATER WITH THE FRONT PANEL OPEN WILL CAUSE DAMAGE OR UNIT MALFUNCTION!
[w], [z] buttons
Select preset stations (in Radio or Satellite channel mode) Select category items (in Satellite category mode) Select folders (in MP3/WMA/AAC or USB mode) Select discs (in CD changer mode)
[ /SOURCE ] button
Press the [ /SOURCE ] button to turn the power on and press and hold it (1 sec.) to turn the power off.
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Each time the button is pressed, the band switches in the following order: Radio: FM1 FM2 FM3 AM FM1.. Sirius Satellite: SR1 SR2 SR3 SR1.. XM Satellite: XM1 XM2 XM3 XM1.. Press and hold the button (1 sec.) to switch between seek tuning and manual tuning (in radio mode). Press and hold the button to enter the category selection mode. (in Sirius/XM Satellite mode.) Press the button, it will start from the first track (in CD/MP3/WMA/AAC, USB and CD changer modes). Press and hold the button to enter the list search mode. (in CD/MP3/WMA/AAC and USB modes)
In the case of display blinking ENT, you can press the [ ] button to adjust the setting value. BBE MP can be selected only in the CD/ MP3/WMA/AAC and USB/iPod mode.
Turning on/off the power
1. Press the [SRC] button to turn on the power. 2. Press and hold the [SRC] button (1 sec.) to turn off the power for the unit.
Note: System check The first time this unit is turned on after the wire connections are completed, it must be checked what equipment is connected. When the power is turned on, the SYSTEM CHECK appears in the display, then the unit returns to the radio mode.
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 SIRIUS (XM) CD/MP3/WMA/ AAC USB/MTP/iPod (CD changer) AUX1 AUX2 Radio.
External equipment not connected with CeNET is not displayed. iPod/MTP can connect to this unit via USB cable.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the selected audio mode. 4. After completing settings, press the [AUDIO] button to return to the previous mode.
Setting the BBE MP (Sound Enhancement and Restoration for compressed audio files)
BBE MP (Minimized Polynomial Non-Linear Saturation) Process improves digitally compressed sound, such as MP3, by restoring and enhancing the harmonics lost through compression. BBE MP works by regenerating harmonics from the source material, effectively recovering warmth, detail and nuance.
This fuction is effective for the audio files in the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC or USB/iPod mode.
Adjusting the volume
1. Turning the [ROTARY] knob clockwise increases the volume; turning it counterclockwise decreases the volume.
The volume level is from 0 (minimum) to 33 (maximum).
Switching the display
Press the [DISP] button to select the desired display.
2-1. Press the [x] or [v] button to select BBE MP. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select ON or OFF.
The factory default setting is OFF.
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3-2. When you select ON, press the [ button, then press the [ ] or [ to select as following order.
LOW MID HIGH Notes: Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc. Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under one or more of the following US patents: 5510752, 5736897. BBE and BBE symbol are registered trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
Adjusting the bass
2-1. Select BASS. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the gain from +7 to 7.
The factory default setting is 0.
Adjusting the treble
2-1. Select TREBLE. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the gain from +6 to 6.
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Note: If you forget the password, you can do the following operations: Input the old and new password with 4356, and it will return to the factory default setting 0000. Input the old password with 4356, and then operate step 5-6.
Unskip all channel function
This function allows you to unskip the skiped channel. 1. Press and hold the [DISP] button. 2. Press the [x] or [v] button to select UNSKIP ALL CH. 3. Press and hold the [ ] button.
Locking Channel 1. Select a desired channel. 2. Press and hold the [DISP] button. 3. Press the [x] or [v] button to select LOCK CH. 4. Press the [ ] button. 5. Input the right password. 5-1. Press the [x] or [v] button to move
the cursor. 5-2. Press the [ number.
] or [
6. Press and hold the [
Unlocking the Channel 1. Select the locked channel through inputing channel No. directly. 2. Press and hold the [DISP] button. 3. Press the [x] or [v] button to select UNLOCKCH. 4. Press the [ ] button. 5. Input the right password. 5-1. Press the [x] or [v] button to move
Unlocking All Channel 1. Press and hold the [DISP] button. 2. Press the [x] or [v] button to select UNLOCK ALL CH. 3. Press the [ ] button. 4. Input the right password. 4-1. Press the [x] or [v] button to move
the cursor. 4-2. Press the [ number.
5. Press and hold the [
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This unit can play back MP3/WMA/AAC files.
Notes: If you play a file with DRM (Digital Rights Management) for WMA remaining ON, no audio is output (The WMA indicator blinks). Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
To disable DRM (Digital Rights Management) 1. When using Windows Media Player 9/10/11, click on TOOL OPTIONS MUSIC RECORD tab, then under Recording settings, unclick the Check box for RECORD PROTECTED MUSIC. Then, reconstruct files. Personally constructed WMA files are used at your own responsibility.
2. The folder name and file name can be displayed as the title during MP3/WMA/AAC play but the title must be within 64 single byte alphabetical letters and numerals (including an extension). 3. Do not affix a name to a file inside a folder having the same name. Folder structure 1. A disc with a folder having more than 8 hierarchical levels will be impossible. Number of files or folders 1. Up to 255 files can be recognized per folder. Up to 510 files can be played. 2. Tracks are played in the order that they were recorded onto a disc. (Tracks might not always be played in the order displayed on the PC.) 3. Some noise may occur depending on the type of encoder software used while recording.
Precautions when creating MP3/ WMA/AAC file
Usable sampling rates and bit rates 1. MP3: Sampling rate 8 kHz-48 kHz, Bit rate 8 kbps-320 kbps / VBR 2. WMA: Bit rate 8 kbps-320 kbps 3. AAC: Sampling rate 8 kHz-48 kHz, Bit rate 8 kbps-320 kbps / VBR File extensions 1. Always add a file extension.MP3,.WMA or.M4A to MP3, WMA or AAC file by using single byte letters. If you add a file extension other than specified or forget to add the file extension, the file cannot be played. 2. Files without MP3/WMA/AAC data will not play.
When VBR files are played, the play time display may differ the play location. When MP3/WMA/AAC files are played, a little no sound part is caused between tunes.
Set the type of file to be played (multi-session function)
When a single disc holds both normal CD type tracks and MP3/WMA/AAC type tracks, use this command to select which type of track to play.
Default setting is CD.
Logical format (File system) 1. When writing MP3/WMA/AAC file on a CD-R disc or CD-RW disc, please select ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo or APPLE ISO as the writing software format. Normal play may not be possible if the disc is recorded on another format.
When only one type of track (either music CD or MP3/WMA/AAC) is recorded on a disc, selecting either type will allow playback of the disc. When playing CCCD (copy-control CDs), set to CD type. 1. Press and hold the [DISP] button for 1 second or longer. 2. Press the [x] or [v] button to select M-SESS. 3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the CD or MP3. CD When playing music CD only. MP3 When playing music MP3/WMA/AAC only. 4. When setting is completed, remove the disc and reinsert it.
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Backup Eject function
Just pressing the [Q] button, ejects the disc even if the power to the unit was not turned on. 1. Press the [OPEN] button to open the FLIP DOWN PANEL.
Note: If the FLIP DOWN PANEL will not open far enough, open it gently with your hand.
Notes: Never insert foreign objects into the CD SLOT. 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 or mark and CD-ROMs cannot be played by this unit. Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may not be usable.
2. Press the [EJECT] button. Remove the disc after it is ejected. 3. Close the FLIP DOWN PANEL.
Press the center of the DCP to close. Notes: Always close the FLIP DOWN PANEL once you take out the disc. If a CD (12 cm) is left in the ejected position for 15 seconds, the CD is automatically reloaded (Auto reload). If you force a CD into before auto reloading, this can damage the CD.
3. Close the FLIP DOWN PANEL.
Be careful not to catch your hand or fingers while closing the FLIP DOWN PANEL.
3. Press the [
] button to play.
In case of MP3/WMA/AAC, this function is performed in the current folder. Note: If no operation is performed for more than 10 seconds, this mode can be cancel and return to the usual mode.
Other various play functions
This function allows you to locate and play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks recorded on a disc. 1. Press the [SCN] button to perform scan play.
Fast-forward 1. Press and hold the [v] button (1 sec.). Fast-reverse 1. Press and hold the [x] button (1 sec.).
For MP3/WMA/AAC discs, it takes some time until the start of searching and between tracks. In addition, the playing time may have a margin of error.
Folder scan play
This function allows you to locate and play the first 10 seconds of the first track of all the folders on an MP3/WMA/AAC disc. 1. Press and hold the [SCN] button (1 sec.) to perform folder scan play.
This function allows you to play the current track repeatedly. 1. Press the [RPT] button to perform repeat play.
This function allows you to select a folder containing MP3/WMA/AAC files and start playing from the first track in the folder. 1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button. Press the [ ] button to move the next folder. Press the [ ] button to move the previous folder. 2. To select a track, press the [x] or [v] button.
Folder repeat play
This function allows you to play a track currently being played in the MP3/WMA/AAC folder repeatedly. 1. Press and hold the [RPT] button (1 sec.) to perform folder repeat play.
This function allows you to play all tracks recorded on a disc in a random order. 1. Press the [RDM] button to perform random play.
The top function resets the CD player to the first track of the disc. Press the [BND] button to play the first track (track No. 1) on the disc.
In case of MP3/WMA/AAC, the first track of a folder being played will be returned.
Folder random play
This function allows you to play all the tracks of all the folders recorded on an MP3/WMA/AAC disc in a random order. 1. Press and hold the [RDM] button (1 sec.) to perform folder random play.
List search function
1. Press and hold the [BND] button (1 sec.) to enter the list search mode. And then the track list appears in the display. 2. Prsee the [ track. ] or [ ] button to select a
To cancel play
1. Press the operating button previously selected.
The various play mode is canceled and the various play off mode appears in the display for 2 seconds.
If you press the [x] or [v] button, the track list scroll 5 lines at a time.
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Operations Common to Each Mode
To change adjustment setting
1. Press and hold the [DISP] button (1 sec.) to switch to the adjustment selection display. 2. Press the [x] or [v] button to select the item name. CLOCK CONTRAST SETTINGS SCROLL DIMMER BLINKLED TEL-SP TEL-SW RESET SYSTEM CHECK 3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the desired setting value.
In the case of display blinking ENT, you can press the [ ] button to adjust the setting value.
Displaying the settings
The number of indicator of this unit decreases, you can see the state of current settings at any operation mode. 2-1. Select SETTINGS. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to display the state of current settings.
When the setting is selected, after 1 second the current state will be displayed.
after 1 second,
Setting the method for title scroll
Set how to scroll in CD-TEXT, MP3/WMA/AAC title.
The factory default setting is ON.
4. After completing settings, press the [DISP] button to return to the previous mode.
Setting the clock
2-1. Select CLOCK. 3-1. Press the [ ] button. 3-2. Press the [x] or [v] button to select the hour or the minute. 3-3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to set the correct time.
The clock is displayed in 12-hour format.
2-1. Select SCROLL. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select ON or OFF. ON: To scroll automatically. OFF: To scroll just 1 time.
When you want to see the title again, in the title mode, press and hold the [DISP] button for 3 seconds or longer to scroll the title.
Setting the dimmer control
You can set the dimmer control ON or OFF.
3-4. Press the [ memory.
] button to store the time into
Note: You cannot set the clock when it is displayed with only the ignition on. If you drain or remove the boats battery or take out this unit, the clock is reset. While setting the clock, if another button or operation is selected, the clock set mode is canceled.
2-1. Select DIMMER. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ or OFF.
] button to select ON
The red Anti-theft indicator is a function for preventing theft. When the ACC is off, this indicator blinks.
Setting the contrast
You can adjust the display contrast to match the angle of installation of the unit.
The factory default setting is 9. (Adjustment level: 1 to 10)
2-1. Select BLINKLED. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select ON or OFF.
2-1. Select CONTRAST. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the contrast.
Setting the speaker output for cell phones
When the AUX input jack on the front panel is used to connect an AUX BLUETOOTH BB (BLT370) (sold separately):
The factory default setting is RIGHT. To output the telephone calls, set cell phone interrupt to ON.
2-1. Select TEL-SP.
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3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button 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.
Performing a system check
This function allows you to perform a system check from the adjust mode when required. 2-1. Select SYSTEM CHECK. 3-1. Press and hold the [ ] button (1 sec.). SYSTEM CHECK appears in the display, then the unit returns to the previous operation mode.
Cell phone interrupt setting
If you connect this unit and your cell phone with an optional cable, you can listen to your calls on your speakers. When the AUX input jack on the front panel is used to connect an AUX BLUETOOTH BB (BLT370) (sold separately):
This system has an external input jack(AUX) on the front panel and the rear AUX terminals. So you can listen to sound and music from external devices connected to this unit.
Selecting AUX mode
1. Press the [SRC] button to select AUX 1 or AUX 2.
2-1. Select TEL-SW. 3-1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select setting. OFF ON MUTE OFF: This unit continues normal operation even when the cell phone is used. ON: Telephone calls can be heard from the speakers connected to the unit.
When listening to calls on your speakers, turn the [ROTARY] knob to adjust the volume.
Selecting AUX IN sensitivity
Make the following settings to select the sensitivity when sounds from external devices connected to this unit are difficult to hear even after adjusting the volume.
The factory default setting is MID.
MUTE: The sound from this unit is muted during telephone calls.
Note: If connecting a hands-free kit, make sure the setting is ON to receive telephone audio through the system.
Devices compatible with USB Mass Storage Class can be used merely by connecting to the host device, without need for special drivers or application software.
About USB Digital Media Streaming
This unit supports USB Digital Media Streaming. USB Digital Media Streaming is a function used to play music files transmitted using Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). This function also supports the playback of WMDRM 10 files. During USB Digital Media Streaming, the unit displays the MTP mode. Use of USB Digital Media Streaming requires the purchase of a supported portable audio player. For information regarding supported portable audio players, consult your nearest Clarion dealer, or visit Clarions website.
Consult the manufacturer of your USB memory device for information regarding whether it is supported by USB Mass Storage Class standards. Audio files playable on this unit are limited to MP3/WMA/AAC files. For details, see the section MP3/WMA/AAC (page 21). Copy-protected WMA/AAC files cannot be played on this unit. The Podcast files of iTunes Store that stored in the USB memory device can not be played. Besides, the data that edit through some softs such as the Tag edit soft may not be played. To prevent the accidental loss of data, always back up important data on your computer. This unit does not support connections to a computer. In addition, connections made
Insert and remove a USB memory/MTP device only when the device is not being accessed. Connecting or disconnecting the device at the following times may result in the loss of data: - If the USB memory/MTP device is removed or power is disconnected during writing to the device. - When the device is subjected to static electricity or electric noise. Do not leave a USB memory/MTP device unattended in a boat. Exposure to direct sunlight or high temperatures may cause deformation or other malfunction of the USB memory/MTP device.
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Do not turn on the engine when the MTP device is connected, since it may result in loss or damage to data on the MTP device. Connect the MTP device to the USB cable after the engine is turned on.
To listen to tracks on a connected USB memory/MTP device
1. Press the [SRC] button to switch the source. When USB memory/MTP device is selected, playback (except DRM files) will begin from the location at which playback was previously stopped.
When a USB memory/MTP device is connected the USB/MTP mode will be displayed. When a USB memory/MTP device is disconnected and then reconnected, playback will begin from the previous position of the USB memory/MTP device. When MTP mode is selected, AAC files on the MTP device cannot be played.
Notes: When performing iPod operations using simple control mode, make the operations slowly. If repetitive operations are performed too quickly, unforseen errors may occur. When performing iPod operations using simple control mode, please do not operate the iPod and the unit at the same time, otherwise there may be unexpeted event happened. Some iPod models do not support this function. Consult your nearest Clarion dealer or website to confirm which models do not support this function.
Connecting an iPod
When an iPod is connected to the USB slot, Shuffle set on the iPod will become as follows: Shuffle (Albums) play Random play Shuffle (Songs) play All random play The iPod has two modes, the Play mode and the iPod menu mode for selecting tracks. Switch between these modes by pressing the [BND] button.
Note: To connect iPod, please use the USB cable attached in iPod.
Other various play functions (in Play mode)
Notes: These functions are not supported when in the iPod menu mode. The Random function set on the iPod remains the same after attachment/detachment of the iPod. The Repeat function on the iPod will be changed when you connect/disconnect the iPod to the unit.
Select iPod mode
1. Press the [SRC] button. Playback will begin from the last file that was played on the iPod.
Notes: The following operations in Play mode operate the same as in CD mode: Track selection: [x], [v] Fast-forward/fast-reverse: [x], [v] Pause: [ ] See CD/MP3/WMA/AAC Operations (page 2123) for details. After a Podcast file has completed playback, the pause display, or the track-end position PlayTime display will appear. At that time, select a music file once again.
Playback one track repeatedly. 1. Press the [RPT] button.
Play all albums within a selected category, in random order. (Corresponds to Shuffle (Albums) command on iPod.) 1. Press the [RDM] button.
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All random play
Play all tracks within a selected category, in random order. (Corresponds to Shuffle (Songs) command on iPod.) 1. Press and hold the [RDM] button (1 sec.).
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The [x] or [v] button are not pressed within 7 seconds, the category selection mode is canceled, and resumes to the channel mode.
Category scan (CAT SCN) In a category scan, broadcast channels in the same category as the current channel are selected about every 10 seconds. Press the [ ] button to select the category scan mode. And start the category scanning.
A category can be preset by registering specific categories in [DIRECT] buttons 1 to 6 while in the SIRIUS mode. Then the desired category can be recalled by pressing the corresponding [DIRECT] button. 1. Press and hold the [BND] button (1 sec.) to enter the category mode. 2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select a category. 3. Press and hold one of the [DIRECT] buttons for 2 seconds or longer to store the current category into preset memory.
There are two scan modes: the category scan mode and the preset scan mode. During scanning channels are displayed in abbreviated form, the display mode cannot be switched.
Preset scan (PRESET SCN) A preset scan scans the channels (up to 18 channels) stored in the preset memory about every 10 seconds. Press and hold the [ ] button (1 sec.) to select the preset scan mode. And start the preset scanning.
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CD Changer Operations
Note: The following operations are the same as for CD mode: Pause Track selection Fast-forward/fast-reverse Scan play Repeat play Random play See CD/MP3/WMA/AAC Operations (page 2123) for details.
Procedure to scroll a title
Set SCROLL to ON or OFF. (The factory default setting is ON. Refer to the subsection Setting the method for title scroll in section Operations Common to Each Mode.) When set to ON The title is automatically kept scrolling. When set to OFF To scroll just 1 time. When you want to see the title again, in the title mode, press and hold the [DISP] button (3 sec.) to scroll the title.
CD changer functions
When an optional CD changer is connected through the CeNET cable, this unit controls all CD changer functions. This unit can control a total of 2 changers. Press the [SRC] button and select the CD changer mode to start play. If 2 CD changers are connected, press the [SRC] button to select the CD changer for play.
If NO MAG appears in the display, insert the magazine into the CD changer. D-CHECK appears in the display while the player loads (checks) the magazine. If NO DISC appears in the display, eject the magazine and insert discs into each slot. Then, reinsert the magazine back into the CD changer. Note: Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may not be usable.
Nothing happens when buttons are pressed. Display is not accurate.
DCP or main unit connectors Wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth moistened with are dirty. cleaning alcohol. No sound heard The speaker protection circuit 1. Turn down sound volume. Function can also be is operating. 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.
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Problem No sound heard
Cause MP3/WMA/AAC files are absent in a disc. Files are not recognized as an MP3/WMA/AAC file. File system is not correct.
Write MP3/WMA/AAC files onto the disc properly. Use MP3/WMA/AAC files encoded properly. Use ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo or APPLE ISO file system. Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth. Replace with a compact disc with no scratches. Use MP3/WMA/AAC files encoded properly.
Sound skips or is noisy. Sound is cut or skipped. Noise is generated or noise is mixed with sound. Sound is bad directly after power is turned on. Wrong filename No sound heard
Compact disc is dirty. Compact disc is heavily scratched or warped. MP3/WMA/AAC files are not encoded properly.
Water droplets may form on the internal lens 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 or APPLE ISO file system.
The device contains no MP3/ Record MP3/WMA/AAC files properly to the device. WMA/AAC files. The files are not proper MP3/ Use only properly encoded MP3/WMA/AAC files. WMA/AAC format. Connectors are loose. Disconnect the device and reconnect securely. Some USB portable music Check operation of portable music player. players may consume current that exceeds the USB rating. In this case, this units overcurrent protection circuit operates to stop the music playback.
Sound is The MP3/WMA/AAC files are Use only properly encoded MP3/WMA/AAC files. interrupted or has improperly encoded. noise. The device isnt recognized. The device is damaged. Connectors are loose. According to the state of operation on the device, the communication fault is caused. Cant insert the device. Disconnect the device and reconnect. If the device is still not recognized, try replacing with a different device. Disconnect the device and reconnect.
The device has been inserted Try reversing the connection direction of the device improperly. (usually the brand name surface should be facing left). The connector is broken. Replace with a new device.
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9. ERROR DISPLAYS
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed. Take the measures described below to eliminate the problem.
Note: Specifications and design are subject to change without notice for further improvement.
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WMDRM 10 for devices
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft. Content owners use Windows Media digital rights management technology (WMDRM) to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses WMDRM software to access WMDRM-protected content. If the WMDRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask Microsoft to revoke the softwares ability to use WMDRM to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not affect unprotected content. When you download licenses for protected content, you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation list with the licenses. Content owners may require you to upgrade WMDRM to access their content. If you decline an upgrade, you will not be able to access content that requires the upgrade.
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