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Dual Xdvd8130Dual (XDVD8130) AM/FM/CD/DVD/TV MP3, Rec. w/2.5 TFT LCD Monitor
Product Features: 1-DIN Chassis 60x4 Max Power (240 Watts) Fully self-contained (no hide-away box) Import ISO/DIN mountable Electronic motorized 2-step face 2.5" TFT LCD monitor Source audio memory MOSFET audio output Rotary encoder control 3-Pairs of preamp outputs (F/R/S) 2 Audio/video inputs (RCA) 1 Rear camera input (RCA) 1 Composite video output Black/white dot matrix display 5 Selectable EQ curves pop - jazz - classic - beat - rock iPLUG interface cable Infrared remote control

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Brand: DBL Distributing
Part Numbers: XDVD-8130, XDVD8130
UPC: 027204101517, 0827204101513, 827204101513

 

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Exellent DUAL AM/FM/CD/MP3/DVD/WMA Receiver! This Dual Audio receiver is exellent! Has two video inputs, video output, rear camera input, iplug.

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INSTALLATION/OWNER'S MANUAL
DVD Multimedia Receiver with 2.5 TFT Display

XDVD8130

Safety Note: The DVD video display of the in-dash unit will not operate while the vehicle is moving. This is a safety feature to prevent driver distraction. In-dash DVD video functions will only operate when vehicle is in Park and the parking brake is engaged. It is illegal in most states for the driver to view video while the vehicle is in motion.

XDVD8130 PREPARATION

Table of Contents
DVD Region Management. 2 Safety Information/Precautions. 3 Mounting/Wiring. 4-7 Control Locations - Receiver. 8 Control Locations - Remote. 9 General Operation. 10-12 General Setup. 13 AM/FM Tuner Operation. 14 DVD Setup Menu. 15-19 DVD Operation. 20-22 CD Operation. 23-24 MP3/WMA Operation. 25 DVD/MP3/WMA Information. 26-27 Navigation/Auxiliary Modes. 28 Warranty. 29 Troubleshooting. 30 Specifications. 31
DVD Region Management Some DVD discs can be played only in certain playback modes according to the intentions of the software. As the XDVD8130 plays discs according to their intentions, some functions may not work as intended. Please be sure to read the instructions provided with each disc. This player has been designed to play back DVD software that has been encoded for specific region areas. It cannot play back DVD software encoded for other region areas than the region areas for which it has been designed. The XDVD8130 will play discs labeled Region 1 or All. DVD region codes: 1 - USA, Canada 2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East 3 - Rep. of Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Parts of Southeast Asia 4 - Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South America 5 - Eastern Europe, Russia, India, Africa 6 - China 2

Safety Information

Please read all instructions carefully before attempting to install or operate.
Due to its technical nature, it is highly recommended that your DUAL XDVD8130 is installed by a professional installer or an authorized dealer. This product is only for use in vehicles with 12VDC negative ground only.
Safety Notes: The DVD video display of the in-dash unit will not operate while the vehicle is moving. This is a safety feature to prevent driver distraction. In-dash DVD video functions will only operate when vehicle is in Park and the parking brake is engaged. It is illegal in most states for the driver to view video while the vehicle is in motion.
To prevent damage or injury: 1. Make sure to ground the unit securely to the vehicle chassis ground. 2. Do not remove the top or bottom covers of the unit. 3. Do not install the unit in a spot exposed to direct sunlight or excessive heat or the possibility of water splashing. 4. Do not subject the unit to excessive shock. 5. When replacing a fuse, only use a new one with the prescribed rating. Using a fuse with the wrong rating may cause the unit to malfunction. 6. To prevent short circuits when replacing a fuse, disconnect the wiring harness first. 7. Use only the provided hardware and wire harness. 8. You cannot view video while the vehicle is moving. Find a safe place to park and engage the parking brake. 9. If you experience problems during installation, consult your nearest DUAL dealer. 10. If the unit malfunctions, press the reset button first. If the problem still persists, consult your nearest DUAL dealer or call tech assistance @ 1-866-382-5476. 11. To clean the monitor, wipe only with a dry silicone cloth or soft cloth. Do not use a stiff cloth, or volatile solvents such as paint thinner and alcohol. They can scratch the surface of the panel and/or remove the printing. 12. When the temperature of the unit falls (as in winter), the liquid crystal inside the screen will become darker than usual. Normal brightness will return after using the monitor for a while.
Additional notes: 1. When extending the ignition, battery or ground cables, make sure to use automotivegrade cables or other cables with an area of 0.75mm (AWG 18) or more to prevent voltage drops. 2. Do not touch the liquid crystal fluid if the LCD is damaged or broken. The liquid crystal fluid may be hazardous to your health or fatal. If the liquid crystal fluid from the LCD contacts your body or clothing, wash it off with soap immediately. 3

XDVD8130 INSTALLATION

Preparation
Please read entire manual before installation. Before You Start Disconnect negative battery terminal. Consult a qualified technician for instructions. Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as from direct sunlight, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration.

Wiring Diagram - Optional A/V Connections
The diagram above illustrates the connection capabilities of the XDVD8130. Two separate Audio/Video inputs allow the connection of a DVD player or game console. The video output provides signal to external monitors - such as an overhead or headrest type. A rear view camera can be connected to provide assistance when backing up your vehicle. Visit your local DUAL dealer for more details. * All items shown above are optional and sold separately. 7

XDVD8130 OPERATION

Control Locations - Receiver
Rotary Volume Reset Power Menu/Audio TFT LCD Band/Play/Pause Mode Tune/Track Down Loudness/Sub On/Off
Tune/Track Up Auto Store/Preset Scan Navigation Mode EQ Display Infrared Sensor Tilt Control/Video Mode Mute
Caution Due to its highly technological design, the XDVD8130 faceplate is NOT removable. Do not attempt to remove the faceplate. This model incorporates a motorized moving monitor. Before final installation, make sure the monitor will not obstruct the dash or shifter. Upon installation, do not attempt to move the monitor by hand. Use the OPEN button on the faceplate only.

Mode Select

Control Locations - Remote
XDVD8130 Power DVD Menu Band/Play/Pause 4-Way Up 4-Way Left 4-Way Down Mute Volume Down Stop Tune/Track/Chapter Down Setup Audio Zoom
XNAV9525 Power* Preset #2/System* Preset #1/Escape* Preset #4/Volume Down* Key #8/Function 2* Key #7/Function 1* Slow/Function 4* Mode Tilt Control/Video Mode Enter 4-Way Right Volume Up
Tune/Track/Chapter Up Display Title Subtitle Random Repeat Preset #3/Menu* Preset #5/Mute* Preset #6/Volume Up* Key #9/Function 3* Key #0/Function 5* Angle/Function 6*
* Dedicated DUAL XNAV9525 functions

General Operation

Power On/Off Press PWR or any other button (except EJECT or OPEN) to turn the unit on. Inserting a disc will turn the unit on automatically. Press PWR to turn the unit off. Press RESET the unit upon initial installation or if abnormal operation occurs. Refer to page 8 for the reset button location. Press MODE to select between tuner, DVD player and auxiliary input. Modes of operation are indicated in the display. Press VID to select between OFF, AV1, AV2 and V3 modes. Modes of operation are indicated in the display. The auxiliary A/V inputs can be selected from any mode (except DVD mode). This allows video to be displayed while listening to the AM/FM tuner (only when the vehicle is in Park and the parking brake is applied), for instance. Notes The vehicle must be in park and the parking brake applied to view video on the in-dash monitor. As a safety feature, Picture Off For Your Safety will appear on the display for 5 seconds anytime the vehicle's parking brake is not engaged. DVD, AV1 and AV2 audio can be heard while the vehicle is in motion. The video display of the in-dash unit will not operate while the vehicle is moving. This is a safety feature to prevent driver distraction. In-dash video functions will only operate when vehicle is in Park and the parking brake is engaged. It is illegal in most states for the driver to view video while the vehicle is in motion. Refer to local laws in your area. The angle of the monitor can be adjusted to provide the best view. To adjust, press TILT for more than 2 seconds. Tilt Cont will momentarily appear in the TFT display. Use the rotary encoder or the VOL buttons to adjust the angle. If the tilt is not adjusted for 5 seconds, the unit will return to normal operation. Adjust volume using rotary encoder or the VOL buttons (00-46).

Video (AUX)

Tilt Control (monitor angle)

Volume

Programmable Turn-On Volume Press and hold PWR for 3 seconds to program currently selected volume level. "ON VOL" and the current volume level will momentarily appear in the display. The unit will return to this volume level anytime the unit turned on. Press LOUD to activate and deactivate loudness contour curve. Press and hold LOUD for more than 2 seconds to activate the subwoofer output. The SUB icon will illuminate in the display anytime the subwoofer output is active. Press EQ to select between POP, JAZZ, CLASSIC, BEAT, ROCK and OFF (default) equalization curves. Any adjustment to the Bass or Treble settings automatically cancels the current EQ curve (if one is selected). Press DISP to select between clock and radio frequency (tuner mode), clock and playback information (CD/MP3/ WMA mode), or clock and AUX (AUX mode). Press and hold DISP for more than 2 seconds to select between clock and playback information (DVD mode). With the unit on, press and hold DISP until clock begins to flash, then release. Press to adjust the hours and to adjust the minutes. Press DISP momentarily to save the selected time. The clock can not be set in DVD mode.
Loudness Subwoofer Output

Preset EQ Curves

Display

Set the Clock

12/24-hour Clock
The clock will display 12-hour AM/PM time in USA frequency spacing mode (PM 10:00). In European frequency spacing mode, the clock will display 24-hour time (22:00). Press and hold DISP then press to select function display priority (default). FUNC will momentarily appear in the display. Radio frequency, disc playback information, or AUX is displayed by default. The clock is accessed by pressing DISP momentarily. Press and hold DISP then press to select time display priority. TIME will momentarily appear in the display. Clock will be displayed by default. Radio frequency, disc playback information, or AUX is displayed by pressing DISP momentarily. 11
Programmable Display Priority
General Operation - Audio Settings
Audio Adjustments Press AUD to select between Volume (default), Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader & Subwoofer (if activated).
Press AUD until BAS appears Rotate encoder left/right or use the VOL to adjust (-6 minimum / +6 maximum) Press AUD until TRE appears Rotate encoder left/right or use the VOL to adjust (-6 minimum / +6 maximum) Press AUD until BAL appears Rotate encoder left/right or use the VOL to adjust (BALL.12-BAL 00-BALR.12) BAL 00 represents equal balance Press AUD until FAD appears Rotate encoder left/right or use the VOL to adjust (FADF.12-FAD 00-FADR.12) FAD 00 represents equal fader. Press AUD until SUB appears Rotate encoder left/right or use the VOL to adjust (00 minimum / 12 maximum) Default output level is SUB 06. Individual Bass and Treble settings are retained in memory for AM, FM, DVD and AUX modes. This allows you to save the Bass and Treble settings separately for each mode. Example: FM tuner mode can have Bass +3 and Treble -1 while DVD mode can have Bass +2 and Treble +2. Note: Any adjustment to the Bass or Treble settings automatically cancels the current EQ curve (if one is selected).

Treble

Balance
Subwoofer Output Level (When activated) Source Audio Memory
Press MUTE to silence the audio. MUTE will flash in the display. Press MUTE or another button (except OPEN or EJECT) to cancel.
General Operation - Setup Menu
Audio/Video Menu Press MENU/AUD for more than 3 seconds to access the Audio/Video setup menu and adjust the following settings:
Beep Confirmation Rear View Image TFT Brightness TFT Contrast TFT Color TFT Tint Note TFT Screen Saver Bass Control Center Frequency Bass Control Q-Factor Treble Control Center Frequency Tuner Frequency OSD
Press MENU/AUD until Beep appears. Rotate encoder to turn the confirmation beep on or off. Press MENU/AUD until Rear View appears. Rotate encoder to select the V3 input to be mirrored (On) or normal (Off). Press MENU/AUD until Bright appears. Rotate encoder to adjust (01 minimum / 30 maximum). Press MENU/AUD until Contrast appears. Rotate encoder to adjust (01 minimum / 30 maximum). Press MENU/AUD until Color appears. Rotate encoder to adjust (01 minimum / 30 maximum). Press MENU/AUD until Tint appears. Rotate encoder to adjust (01 minimum / 30 maximum). Color and Tint adjustments only affect AV1 and AV2 auxiliary inputs. Press MENU/AUD until SCR Saver appears. Rotate encoder to turn the screen saver on or off. Press MENU/AUD until Bass C-Freq. appears. Rotate encoder to select between 60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz or 200Hz. Press MENU/AUD until Bass Q-Factor appears. Rotate encoder to select between 1, 1.25, 1.5 or 2. Press MENU/AUD until Treble C-Freq. appears. Rotate encoder to select between 10kHz, 12.5kHz, 15kHz or 17.5kHz. Press MENU/AUD until Freq. OSD appears. Rotate encoder to select turn the frequency OSD on or off. 13
AM/FM Tuner Operation Seek Tuning Press TUNE nn or TUNE ll momentarily to seek the next strong station.
Manual Tuning Press TUNE or TUNE for more than 2 seconds, then release. "MANU" will momentarily appear in the display. Press TUNE or TUNE momentarily to move radio frequency up or down one step at a time. Press and hold to advance quickly. If tuning is not adjusted for 5 seconds, the unit will return to seek tuning mode (default) and "AUTO" will momentarily appear in the display.

Dolby Digital

Press or to select Bitstream or PCM. This option is only available when the Digital Output is turned on.

Sample Freq.

Press or to select 48kHz or 96kHz sampling frequency. This option is only available when the Digital Output is turned on.

Digital Output

Press or to select On or Off. The Digital Output must be turned on to select the Dolby Digital and Sampling Frequencies.
DRC (Dynamic Range Compression) Downmix
Press or to select On or Off. Press or to select On or Off.

Lock Setup Page

Press or to select LOCK setup page and to select options.
Rating (Parental Control)
Press or to select desired parental control level (default setting is Unlock). The Unlock setting provides no parental control. After a password is set, a password is required to change the parental controls setting. See below for details.

Password (Initial Setup)

Press or to select New. Enter a 4-digit password and press ENTER. Enter the 4-digit password again and press ENTER to VERIFY the password. Press or to select Change. Enter the current 4-digit password and press ENTER. Enter a new 4-digit password and press ENTER. Enter the 4-digit password again and press ENTER to VERIFY the new password. Press or to select County Code. A password is required to change the County Code. Enter the current password and press ENTER to confirm. If there is no stored password, enter a 4-digit password and press ENTER.
Password (Change Password)

Country Code

Others Setup Page
Press or to select OTHERS setup page and to select options.
Load Default (Factory Settings)
Press to load default factory settings. The DVD must be fully stopped before loading the default factory settings. See page 20 for details.

Last Play

Press or to select On or Off. Selecting Last Play On will remember the DVD playback position (for up to 10 DVDs) after the DVD has been ejected and re-inserted.

DVD Operation

Insert Disc Press EJECT to allow the rear panel to slide down. With the label facing up, insert a disc at least half way into the disc slot. The disc will auto-load and the rear panel will close. Some discs will play automatically when inserted. Press EJECT to allow the rear panel to slide down and eject the disc. If the disc is not removed within 10 seconds, the unit will reload the disc automatically. The unit does not have to be turned on. In general, pressing / II or ENTER will start disc playback. Some discs will play automatically when inserted. may appear on the display during operation. means that feature or operation is not permitted by the DVD player at this time. Playback Stop Press momentarily. The unit will return to the start-up logo and display II. If / II is pressed, the unit will resume operation from the last position in memory.

Eject Disc

Playback Start

Playback Full Stop

Press two times. The unit will return to the start-up logo and display. If / II is pressed, the unit will resume operation from the beginning of the disc.

Pause Chapter Select

Press Press
l// II to temporarily stop playback. l II to resume playback.
Press to skip to the beginning of the next chapter. Press to return to the beginning of the current chapter. Pressing again skips to the beginning of the previous chapter. Press or for more than 2 seconds to fast forward or fast reverse in 2, 4, 16 and 100 times modes. Press / II to cancel fast forward or fast reverse. There is no audio output during the fast forward or reverse modes.

Fast Forward and Reverse

Slow Press SLOW to activate slow playback. Slow playback speed includes I 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, and 1/2. Press / II to resume normal playback. There is no audio output during slow playback mode. Press ZOOM to increase the image size from 400% to 1600%. Press /// while zooming to scroll the image. Press RPT once to repeat the current chapter. Press RPT twice to repeat the current title. Press RPT again to cancel repeat function. Press DVD MENU to select DVD main menu (root menu). Press /// to select between menu settings and ENTER to select/confirm. Press TITLE to show available titles. Press /// to select between titles and ENTER to select/confirm. Press AUDIO while playing to switch between available audio languages. Press SUBTITLE while playing to switch between available subtitle languages. Press ANGLE while playing to switch between available viewing angles.

Zoom Repeat

DVD Main Menu
Title Menu Selecting DVD Audio Language Selecting DVD Subtitle Language Selecting DVD View Angles
Notes: The audio language, subtitle language and view angle features are only available when they are included on the disc. The language and subtitle functions may not work with some discs and they may require some time when selecting between them.
DVD Display Console Direct Title Access Direct Chapter Access Optional Direct Title/ Chapter Select Method Direct Time Access DVD Audio Language DVD Subtitle Language DVD View Angle Sound Press DISP to access the DVD display console. Highlight desired menu item using or. Press or to select desired title and press ENTER to select/confirm. Press or to select desired chapter and press ENTER to select/confirm. Enter desired title/chapter using the 1~0 buttons on the remote. Enter desired time using the 1~0 buttons on the remote and press ENTER to select/confirm. Press or to select desired disc audio language. Press or to select desired disc subtitle language. Press or to select desired disc angle. Press or to select between NORMAL or 3D SURROUND.

Direct Title Access Direct Chapter Access Direct Time Access DVD Audio Selection DVD Subtitle Selection DVD View Angle Selection Sound Selection 22
Typical DVD Display Console

CD Operation

Play Insert a standard size CD into the disc slot. The CD will automatically begin playback when inserted. The currently playing track is shown in blue and highlighted in black. Press momentarily; the unit will stop and display II. Press / II to resume operation from the last position in memory.
Full Stop Pause Track Select
Press two times; the unit will stop and display. Press / II to resume operation from the beginning of the disc.
Press to skip to the beginning of the next track. Press to return to the beginning of the current track. Pressing again skips to the beginning of the previous track. Press / to select desired track and press ENTER to select/confirm. Enter the desired track using the 1~0 buttons on the remote. Press or for more than 2 seconds to fast forward or fast reverse in 2, 4, and 8 times modes. Press / II to cancel fast forward or fast reverse.
Optional Track Select Method Direct Track Access Fast Forward and Reverse
Track Repeat Track Random
Press RPT to repeat the current track. Press RPT again to cancel repeat function. Press RDM to play all tracks in random order. Press RDM again to cancel. Random mode is retained in memory when selecting between modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Last Play On must be selected to retain Random mode. See page 19 for details.
Program Play Press or to select desired track; press to highlight the additions/deletions column. Press to add a single track to the Program playlist. Press ENTER to confirm. Press to add all tracks to the Program playlist. Press ENTER to confirm. Press to delete a single track from the Program playlist. Press ENTER to confirm. Press to delete all tracks from the Program playlist. Press ENTER to confirm. Press to highlight the Program playlist. Select desired starting track and press ENTER to start Program play.

Start Program Play

Typical CD Playback Mode

Program Playlist

Normal Playlist

Program Modifiers

MP3/WMA Operation
Playing an MP3/WMA disc When an MP3/WMA encoded disc is first inserted, playback will automatically begin with the first file in the root folder or first folder (if there are no files in the root folder). The current folder/filename information is displayed at the bottom of the screen. MP3/WMA operation is similar to normal CD operation. See page 23 for details. Folder/File Repeat Press to navigate up one level. Press RPT for more than 2 seconds to repeat the current folder. Press RPT again to repeat the current file. Press RPT again to cancel repeat function. Press RDM to play all files in the current folder in random order. Press RDM again to cancel. Random mode is retained in memory when selecting between modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Last Play On must be selected to retain Random mode. See page 19 for details.

Track Random

Typical MP3/WMA Playback Mode

MP3/WMA Playlist

Current file/folder information

DVD/MP3/WMA Information

Media Compatibility The following types of discs/files are compatible: CD-ROM (ISO), CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW CD-DA , DVD Video MP3 data WMA data The following types of discs/files are not compatible: WMA files that are protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management). WMA lossless format Discs recorded with Track At Once or packet writing MP3 PRO format MP3 playlists WAV format WMV format JPG format DivX format AVI format MPG format Some recordable DVDs and CDs may be incompatible with this unit, depending on media type and recording method. Playback Order
MP3/WMA playback sequence is based on recorded order of files and begins in the root folder of the disc. Any empty folders or folders that do not include MP3/WMA files are skipped. This unit may not play files in the order they were recorded in. Refer to your recording softwares users manual for more information.
Compatible Recording Formats
ISO9660 level 1 ISO9660 level 2 Yellow Book MODE 1 Yellow Book MODE 2 FORM 1 Multi session Maximum files - 199 Maximum folder levels - 8 MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3

Additional MP3/WMA Information An internal buffer provides ESP (Electronic Skip Protection) to virtually eliminate skipping. When playing a disc recorded with regular audio files (CD-DA or.WAV) and MP3/WMA files, the unit will play the MP3/WMA files only. Only MP3 files with filename extension (.mp3) can be played. Only WMA files with filename extension (.wma) can be played. Do not attempt to play discs which contain non-MP3/WMA files with the MP3/WMA extension. Sampling Frequency Rates MP3 WMA Transfer Bit rates MP3 WMA Notes
32kHz ~ 48kHz 32kHz ~ 48kHz
40kbps ~ 320kbps constant Variable bit rates 40kbps ~ 192 kbps constant Variable bit rates Some files may not play or be displayed correctly, depending on sampling rates and bit rates. When playing discs recorded with both.mp3 and.wma files, only the MP3 icon and "MP3" will be shown in the rear LCD. This model will not display MP3/WMA tag information. For best results, use the following settings when burning an MP3 disc: 128kbps or higher constant bit rate 44.1kHz or higher sampling frequency For best results, use the following settings when burning a WMA disc: 64kbps or higher constant bit rate 32kHz or higher sampling frequency 27
MP3/WMA Tag Display Recommended Settings
Navigation/Auxiliary Input Modes
NAVI Mode Press NAVI to select navigation mode (only available when connected to the XNAV9525 navigation system). The voice guidance and MP3 audio is routed to the left front channel by default. When a voice command is executed, the audio will mute to allow the voice command to be heard. Press NAVI for more than 2 seconds to select between viewing the navigation map and current video source. This option allows the navigation to operate while viewing the CD, MP3 or WMA OSD menu. The voice guidance and MP3 audio can be routed to all channels if desired. Press and hold NAVI, then press LOUD to select between the left front and all channels. ALL CH will momentarily appear in the display. Refer to the XNAV9525 owner's manual for more information. AUX Mode Select AUX mode first using the MODE button. Press VID to select between OFF, AV1, AV2 and V3 modes. Modes of operation are indicated in the display. Selecting OFF turns off the TFT display (if the Screen Saver is also turned off). See page 13 for details. Notes The vehicle must be in park and the parking brake applied to view video on the in-dash monitor. As a safety feature, Picture Off For Your Safety will appear on the display for 5 seconds anytime the vehicle's parking brake is not engaged. AV1 and AV2 audio can be heard while the vehicle is in motion. The selected AV source can be viewed on an external monitor (sold separately). When reverse gear is selected (and the White/Brown lead is connected to the reverse lamp circuit), the XDVD8130 will automatically select V3 mode to allow the driver to monitor a video camera (sold separately) connected to the V3 input. The V3 image can be displayed normal or mirrored. See page 13 for more details.

External Video Output V3 CAM (Rear Camera Input)

XDVD8130 WARRANTY

Limited One Year Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Dual Electronics Corp. warrants this product to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of the original purchase. Dual Electronics Corp. agrees, at our option, during the warranty period, to repair any defect in material or workmanship or to furnish an equal new, renewed or comparable product (whichever is deemed necessary) in exchange without charges, subject to verification of the defect or malfunction and proof of the date of purchase. Subsequent replacement products are warranted for the balance of the original warranty period. Who is covered? This warranty is extended to the original retail purchaser for products purchased and used in the U.S.A. What is covered? This warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship in this product. The following are not covered: installation/removal costs, damage resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, product modification, improper installation, incorrect line voltage, unauthorized repair or failure to follow instructions supplied with the product, or damage occurring during return shipment of the product. What to do? 1. Before you call for service, check the troubleshooting guide in your owners manual. A slight adjustment of any custom controls may save you a service call. 2. If you require service during the warranty period, you must carefully pack the product (preferably in the original package) and ship it by prepaid transportation with a copy of the original receipt from the retailer to an authorized service center. 3. Please describe your problem in writing and include your name, a return UPS shipping address (P.O. Box not acceptable), and a daytime phone number with your shipment. 4. For more information and for the location of the nearest authorized service center please contact us by one of the following methods: Call us toll-free at 1-866-382-5476 E-mail us at cs@dualav.com Exclusion of Certain Damages: This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of any and all other warranties, expressed or implied, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and any obligation, liability, right, claim or remedy in contract or tort, whether or not arising from the companys negligence, actual or imputed. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the company any other liability in connection with the sale of this product. In no event shall the company be liable for indirect, incidental or consequential damages.

Troubleshooting

Problem
Unit will not turn on (no power)
Yellow wire not connected or incorrect voltage Red wire not connected or incorrect voltage Black wire not connected Fuse blown

Action

Check connections for proper voltage (11~16VDC) Check connection to ground Replace fuse Check connections at speakers Insulate all bare speaker wires from each other and chassis ground Check for pinched wire Check for pinched wire Use fuse with correct rating Check connections at parking brake Apply parking brake Activate subwoofer mode - see page 11 Increase subwoofer output level Check connections at reverse lamp Select reverse gear Replace batteries Select XDVD8130 - see page 9 Check mounting sleeve and backstrap support Check media for scratches Press eject or RESET Press eject or RESET Use only DVDs labeled Region 1 or All only Press EJECT for 3 seconds to reset disc mechanism position Remove 2 transit screws located on top of the unit
Unit has power (but no sound) Unit blows fuse
Speaker wires not connected One or more speaker wires touching each other or touching chassis ground Yellow or red wire touching chassis ground Speaker wires touching chassis ground Incorrect fuse rating
Unit has audio (but no video) No subwoofer output or low subwoofer output No V3 video display (when in reverse) IR remote does not work Excessive skipping
Parking brake safety circuit not connected Parking brake not applied Subwoofer mode is not active Subwoofer output level is turned down Reverse circuit not connected Vehicle is not in reverse Dead batteries Remote set to control wrong model Unit is not mounted correctly or backstrap is not secure Physical defect in media Disc mechanism error Focus error or disc is in upside down Region code error Disc mechanism position out of alignment Disc mechanism transit screws still in place
ERROR-01 appears on display ERROR-02 appears on display ERROR-03 appears on display Unit will not accept a disc
Copyright Notes This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and or other countries.

Specifications

DVD Player Frequency response: 10Hz-20kHz Channel separation @ 1kHz: >65dB D/A converter: 24 Bit Tuning range: 87.5MHz-107.9MHz Usable sensitivity: 8.5dBf 50dB quieting sensitivity: 10dBf Stereo separation @ 1kHz: 40dB Frequency response: 30Hz-13kHz Tuning range: 530kHz-1710kHz Usable sensitivity: 22uV Frequency response: 30Hz-2.2kHz Panel size: 2.5 (63.5 mm) diagonal measurement View angle (up/down/left/right): 15/40/50/50 Resolution: 480 x R.G.B x 234 Brightness (cd/m2): 250 Contrast ratio: 150:1 Elements: 336.960 Operating voltage: 11-16 VDC, negative ground Speaker output impedance: 4~8 ohms Line output voltage: 2 Volts Line output impedance: 200 ohms Chassis dimensions: 7" x 6.5" x 2" (178 x 165 x 51 mm) Faceplate dimensions: 6.69" x 1.25" x 2.38" (170 x 32 x 60 mm) Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

FM Tuner

AM Tuner

Monitor

General
CEA-2006 Power Standard Specifications
(reference: 14.4VDC +/- 0.2V, 20Hz~20kHz)
Power Output: 17 Watts RMS x 4 channels at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N Signal to Noise Ratio: 80dBA (reference: 1 watt into 4 ohms)
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FV12DVC IP35WG MARINE MP3 ADAPTER

1000W H A N D L I N G

12" SUBWOOFER
MOBILE AUDIO & VIDEO | HOME AUDIO NAVIGATION | MARINE AUDIO
MXCP45 XNBP12D XOBP12D MWR30
WIRED MARINE REMOTE Control MXDM70 - mxdma80 COMPATIBLE

Am/FM/CD COMBO PACK

120W PEAK

MXCP22

Am/FM/CASSETTE COMBO PACK
30W PEAK 6" x 9" MARINE SPEAKERS 200W PEAK

DMS692

800W H A N D L I N G
12" DUAL BANDPASS SUBWOOFER

1100W H A N D L I N G

DS12/BDS12

500W H A N D L I N G

SG1 & SG2

DMS655SM

UNIVERSAL MARINE SPLASHGUARD
6.5" MARINE SPEAKERS

175W PEAK

DMS652

DMS651

150W PEAK

MAW40 XOBP15D

400W H A N D L I N G

MARINE ANTENNA

DS10/BDS10
15" DUAL BANDPASS SUBWOOFER

BP1204

10" SUBWOOFER

1200W H A N D L I N G

MAR16B/MAR16W MARINE ANTENNAS

LUR65EW/LUR65E

6.5" 2-WAY ROCK SPEAKER

125W PEAK

LUR652EFM
6.5" 2-WAY ROCK SPEAKER WITH AM/FM TUNER

50W PEAK

XDVDN8290 MXDMA80 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver 200W P E A K MXDM70 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma/wb receiver 200W P E A K
DVD MULTIMEDIA Receiver with 6.5" TFT/LCD MONITOR

XDVD8285

XDVD8265

300W PEAK

240W PEAK
PSW12 12" SUBWOOFER 270W PEAK MXDMA65 Am/FM/CD/MP3/WMA receiver 200W P E A K
PSW10 10" SUBWOOFER 220W PEAK L12SW 12" SUBWOOFER 270W PEAK L10SW 10" SUBWOOFER 270W PEAK
MXCP55 Am/FM/cd/wb COMBO PACK

200W P E A K

L8SW 8" SUBWOOFER MXD55 am/fm/cd/WB receiver

LS205EB

5.25" 2-WAY SPEAKER

160W PEAK

LU63PB (black) LU63PW (white)

6.5" 3-WAY SPEAKERS

140W PEAK
5.25" 3-WAY SPEAKERS
LU53PB (black) LU53PW (white) DC265CM (white)

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XDVD8185
DVD MULTIMEDIA Receiver with 7" TFT/LCD MONITOR

XDVD8182

XDVD8181
DVD MULTIMEDIA Receiver with 7" TFT/LCD display

200W PEAK

6.5" 2-WAY SPEAKER

DC365CM (white)

LU43PB (black) LU43PW (white)

4" 3-WAY SPEAKERS

100W PEAK
DC365W (In-Wall) DC365C (In-Ceiling) DC265W (In-Wall) DC265C (In-Ceiling) 180W PEAK

6.5" 2-WAY SPEAKERS

180W PEAK

XDVD8130

MXDM51 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver
MXCP51 Am/FM/CD/MP3/WMA COMBO PACK 200W P E A K
DVD MULTIMEDIA Receiver with 2.5" TFT/LCD display

XDV8125

CD MULTIMEDIA Receiver with 2.5" TFT/LCD display

XDVD270

PORTABLE DVD PLAYER TWIN 7 TFT LCD MONITORS
Dual Electronics Corporation 250 International Parkway, Suite 230 Heathrow, FL 32746 toll free: 866-626-7864 www.dualav.com A division of Namsung Corporation.

480 X 234 RESOLUTION

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r e c e i v e r s c o m b o pa c k s amps

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IP45 BTM60 XD7600 am/fm/cD receiver

220W P EAK

XDM6820
AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA Receiver

A/V INTERFACE CABLE

BLUETOOTH INTERFACE MODULE

DMC693 IP35 XDMA6700

AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA RECEIVER
UNIVERSAL BLUETOOTH SPEAKERPHONE AUDIO INTERFACE CABLE

XNAV4310

6" X 9" 3-WAY SPEAKERS

150W HANDLING

DMC653
140W HANDLING 5.25" 3-Way speakers 135W HANDLING

DMC553

PORTABLE GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM

1GB SD MEMORY CARD

UNIVERSAL MULTIMEDIA CONTROLLER
XDM7510 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver

220W PEAK

AM/FM/MP3/WMA RECEIVER WITH iPOD & BLUETOOTH

XMC100

XDM6400 AM/FM/CD/MP3/wma RECEIVER 200W PEAK XNAV3550 XDMA6855 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver

XNP693 XNAV9525

1GB SD MEMORY C ARD
INSTALLED GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
6" X 9" 3-Way speakers
150W HANDLING 6.5" 3-Way speakers 140W HANDLING 5.25" 3-WAY SPEAKERS speakers 135W HANDLING

XNP653

XNP553

240W P E A K

20GB HARD DRIVE

XD642W

AM/FM/CD/WB RECEIVER
XDMR6850 am/fm/cd/XM/mp3/wma receiver 200W PEAK XD622W AM/FM/CD/WB RECEIVER 208W PEAK CP6460W XDMA7715 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver 200W P E A K XDM6830 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver

200W P E AK

AM/FM/CD/WB COMBO PACK

SBX694

6" X 9" 4-WAY speakers

SBX654

6.5" 4-WAY speakers

140W HANDLING

SBX554
5.25" 4-Way speakers

135W HANDLING

CP6260W

AM/FM/CD COMBO PACK

208W PEAK
XD6320 AM/FM/CD RECEIVER 200W PEAK

6.5" 3-Way speakers

120W HANDLING
5" x 7" / 6" x 8" 3-Way speakers
XDMR7710 am/fm/cd/XM/mp3/wma receiver 220W P E A K
XDM6825 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver 200W P E AK
XIA5600 XD5220 AM/FM/CD RECEIVER 120W PEAK
2/1 Channel amplifier with die-cast aluminum heatsink 1000W

XIA4225

2/1 Channel amplifier with die-cast aluminum heatsink 800W

XIA3145

2/1 Channel amplifier with die-cast aluminum heatsink 580W
5.25" 2-WAY speakers

100W HANDLING

4" 2-WAY SPEAKERS

BDS692/DS692

6" X 9" 2-WAY SPEAKERS
XDMR7700 am/fm/cd/XM/mp3/wma receiver 220W P E A K
XDMA690 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver 200W P E AK
XD5120 AM/FM/CD RECEIVER 100W PEAK XIA1000
XDM7610 am/fm/cd/mp3/wma receiver

220W P E A K

XDMP680 Am/FM/CD/MP3/WMA receiver 200W P E AK
XC4100 AM/FM/CASSETTE RECEIVER 30W PEAK
CLASS D DIGITAL MONO AMPLIFIER WITH DIE-CAST ALUMINUM 1000W HEATSINK

XPA6100

1 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER MOSFET POWER 600W SUPPLY

XIPA4100

4/3/2 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER MOSFET POWER 600W SUPPLY

XPA2100

2/1 channel amplifier MOSFET power supply

BDS652/DS652

6.5" 2-WAY speakers

 

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