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During power off: The power turns on and the clock time is shown for 5 seconds, then the power turns off.
Set the clock system.
1 Select 24H/12H. 2 Select 24H or 12H. 1 2
Listening to the radio
You can use either automatic searching or manual searching to tune in to a particular station.
To stop searching before a station is received, press the same button you have pressed for searching.
Searching a station automatically: Auto search
Searching a station manually: Manual search
Select the band (FM1 3, AM).
Each time you press the button, the band changes as follows:
Note: This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, FM3). You can use any one of them to listen to an FM broadcast.
Selected band appears.
Lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength.
Press and hold or 4 until M (manual) starts flashing on the display.
Start searching a station.
To search stations of higher frequencies
To search stations of lower frequencies When a station is received, searching stops. CONTINUED ON THE NEXT PAGE
Tune in to a station you want while M (manual) is flashing.
To tune in to stations of higher frequencies
Storing stations in memory
You can use one of the following two methods to store broadcasting stations in memory. Automatic preset of FM stations: SSM (Strongstation Sequential Memory) Manual preset of both FM and AM stations
To tune in to stations of lower frequencies If you release your finger from the button, the manual mode will automatically turns off after 5 seconds. If you hold down the button, the frequency keeps changing (in 50 kHz intervals for FM and 9 kHz intervals for AMMW/LW) until you release the button.
FM station automatic preset: SSM
You can preset 6 local FM stations in each FM band (FM1, FM2, and FM3).
Select the FM band (FM1 3) you want to store FM stations into.
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive:
1 Press M (MODE) to enter the
functions mode while listening to an FM stereo broadcast.
Press and hold both buttons for more than 2 seconds.
2 Press MO (monaural), while
still in the functions mode, so that the MO indicator lights up on the display. Each time you press the button, the MO indicator lights up and goes off alternately. MO (monaural) indicator
- -SSM- - appears, then disappears when automatic preset is over. Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically in the band number you have selected (FM1, FM2, or FM3). These stations are preset in the number buttonsNo.1 (lowest frequency) to No.6 (highest frequency). When automatic preset is over, the station stored in number button 1 will be automatically tuned in.
When the MO indicator is lit on the display, the sound you hear becomes monaural but the reception will be improved.
You can preset up to 6 stations in each band (FM1, FM2, FM3, and AM) manually. Ex.: Storing FM station of 92.5 MHz into the preset number 1 of the FM1 band.
Notes: A previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number. Preset stations are erased when the power supply to the memory circuit is interrupted (for example, during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset the stations again.
Select the band (FM1 3, AM) you want to store stations into (in this example, FM1).
Tuning in to a preset station
You can easily tune in to a preset station. Remember that you must store stations first. If you have not stored them yet, see Storing stations in memory on pages 8 and 9.
Tune in to a station (in this example, of 92.5 MHz).
To tune in to stations of lower frequencies
Select the number (1 6) for the preset station you want.
Press and hold the number button (in this example, 1) for more than 2 seconds.
Note: You can also use the 5 (up) or (down) button on the unit to select the next or previous preset stations. Each time you press the 5 (up) or (down) button, the next or previous preset station is tuned in.
P1 flashes for a few seconds.
Repeat the above procedure to store other stations into other preset numbers.
What you can do with RDS
RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular programme signals. For example, the stations send their station names, as well as information about what type of programme they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc. Another advantage of RDS function is called Enhanced Other Networks. By using the Enhanced Other Networks data sent from a station, you can tune in to a different station of a different network broadcasting your favorite programme or traffic announcement while listening to another programme or to another source such as CD. By receiving the RDS data, this unit can do the following: Tracing the same programme automatically (Network-Tracking Reception) Standby Reception of TA (Traffic Announcement) or your favorite programme PTY (Programme Type) search Programme search And some other functions
To use Network-Tracking Reception
You can select the different modes of networktracking reception to continue listening to the same programme in its finest reception. When shipped from the factory, AF is selected. AF: Network-Tracking Reception is activated with Regionalization set to off. With this setting, the unit switches to another station within the same network when the receiving signals from the current station become weak. (In this mode, the programme may differ from the one currently received.) The AF indicator lights up but the REG indicator does not.
Select the desired modeAF, AF REG, or OFF.
Using TA Standby Reception
Using PTY Standby Reception
PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favorite programme (PTY: Programme Type) from the current source (another FM station or CD). PTY Standby Reception will not work if you are listening to an AM station. You can select your favorite programme type for PTY Standby Reception. When shipped from the factory, PTY Standby Reception is turned off. (OFF is selected for PTY Standby Reception.)
Select PTY STBY (standby) if not shown on the display.
7 When the current source is FM, the PTY indicator either lights up or flashes. If the PTY indicator lights up, PTY Standby Reception is activated. If a station starts broadcasting the selected PTY programme, this unit automatically tunes in to the station. If the PTY indicator flashes, PTY Standby Reception is not yet activated since the station being received does not provide the signals used for PTY Standby Reception. To activate PTY Standby Reception, you need to tune in to another station providing these signals. Press or 4 to search for such a station. When a station providing these signals is tuned in, the PTY indicator stops flashing and remains lit. Now PTY Standby Reception is activated. 7 When the current source is other than FM, the PTY indicator lights up. If a station starts broadcasting the selected PTY programme, this unit automatically changes the source and tunes in to the station. To deactivate the PTY Standby Reception, select OFF in step 3 on the left column. The PTY indicator goes off.
Select one of the twenty-nine PTY codes. (See page 16.)
Selected code name appears on the display and is stored into memory.
Searching your favorite programme
You can search any one of the PTY codes. In addition, you can store your 6 favorite programme types in the number buttons. When shipped from the factory, the following 6 programme types have been stored in the number buttons (1 to 6). To store your favorite programme types, see below. To search your favorite programme type, see page 14.
1 POP M 4 CLASSICS 2 ROCK M 5 AFFAIRS 3 EASY M 6 VARIED
Selected code name appears on the display.
Press and hold the number button for more than 2 seconds to store the PTY code selected into the preset number you want.
To store your favorite programme types
Press and hold T (TP/PTY) for more than 2 seconds while listening to an FM station.
MEMORY and the selected code name will flash alternately.
Press and hold T (TP/PTY) for more than 2 seconds to exit from this mode.
The last selected PTY code appears.
To search your favorite programme type
If there is a station broadcasting a programme of the same PTY code as you selected, that station is tuned in. If there is no station broadcasting a programme of the same PTY code as you selected, the station will not change.
Note: By pressing DISP (display), you can change the display while listening to an FM RDS station only. Each time you press the button, the following information appears on the display:
Automatic clock adjustment
When shipped from the factory, the clock built in this unit is set to be readjusted automatically using the CT (Clock Time) data in the RDS signal. If you do not want to use automatic clock adjustment, follow the procedure below. See also Changing the general settings (PSM) on page 30.
Station name (PS NAME) Station frequency (FREQ) Programme type (PTY) Clock (CLOCK)
2 seconds so that one of the PSM items appears on the display. 2 Press or 4 to select AUTO ADJ (adjustment). 3 Turn the control dial counterclockwise to select OFF. Now automatic clock adjustment is canceled. 4 Press SEL (select) to finish the setting. To reactivate clock adjustment, repeat the same procedure and select ON in step 3 by turning the control dial clockwise.
Then, the display goes back to the original indication in several seconds.
Note: You must stay tuned to the same station for more than 2 minutes after setting AUTO ADJ to ON. Otherwise, the clock time will not be adjusted. (This is because the unit takes up to 2 minutes to capture the CT data in the RDS signal.)
Changing the display mode while listening to an FM station
Setting the TA volume level
NEWS: AFFAIRS: News Topical programmes expanding on current news or affairs INFO: Programmes which impart advice on a wide variety of topics SPORT: Sport events EDUCATE: Educational programmes DRAMA: Radio plays CULTURE: Programmes on national or regional culture SCIENCE: Programmes on natural science and technology VARIED: Other programmes like comedies or ceremonies POP M: Pop music ROCK M: Rock music EASY M: Easy-listening music LIGHT M: Light music CLASSICS: Classical music OTHER M: Other music WEATHER: Weather information FINANCE: Reports on commerce, trading, the Stock Market, etc. CHILDREN: Entertainment programmes for children Programmes on social activities RELIGION: Programmes dealing with any aspect of belief or faith, or the nature of existence or ethics PHONE IN: Programmes where people can express their views either by phone or in a public forum TRAVEL: Programmes about travel destinations, package tours, and travel ideas and opportunities LEISURE: Programmes concerned with recreational activities such as gardening, cooking, fishing, etc. JAZZ: Jazz music COUNTRY: Country music NATION M: Current popular music from another nation or region, in that countrys language OLDIES: Classic pop music FOLK M: Folk music DOCUMENT: Programmes dealing with factual matters, presented in an investigative style SOCIAL:
The same programme can be received on different frequencies.
Programme 1 broadcasting on frequency A
Programme 1 broadcasting on frequency E
Programme 1 broadcasting on frequency B Programme 1 broadcasting on frequency C
Programme 1 broadcasting on frequency D
Refer to MP3 OPERATIONS on pages 23 to 27 for operating MP3 discs. All tracks will be played repeatedly until you stop playback.
Playing a CD
Insert a CD into the loading slot.
The unit turns on, draws the CD and starts playback automatically.
Note: When a CD is inserted upside down, EJECT and the CDin indicator flash on the display and the CD automatically ejects.
To stop play and eject the CD
Press 0. CD play stops and the disc automatically ejects from the loading slot. The source changes to the tuner (you will hear the last received station.) If you change the source, CD play also stops (without ejecting the disc). Next time you select CD as the source, CD play starts from where playback has been stopped previously.
Note on One-Touch Operation: When a CD is already in the loading slot, pressing CD turns on the unit and starts playback automatically.
The CDin indicator flashes.
The CDin indicator lights up.
Notes: If the ejected disc is not removed for about 15 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the loading slot to protect it from dust. (Disc play will not start this time.) You can eject the disc even when the unit is turned off. If the disc is a CD Text, disc title/performer and then track title will automatically appear.
Total playing time Total track number of the inserted disc of the inserted disc
Elapsed playing time
Locating a track or a particular portion on a CD
To fast-forward or reverse the track
Press and hold , while playing a CD, to fast-forward the track.
To go to a track quickly (+10 and 10 buttons)
1 Press M (MODE) to enter the functions mode
while playing a CD.
2 Press +10 or 10.
Press and hold 4 , while playing a CD, to reverse the track. To skip 10 tracks* forwards to the last track To skip 10 tracks* backwards to the first track * The first time you press +10 or 10 button, the track skips to the nearest higher or lower track with a track number of multiple ten (ex. 10th, 20th, 30th). Then each time you press the button, you can skip 10 tracks (see How to use the +10 and 10 buttons below). After the last track, the first track will be selected, and vice versa.
To go to the next or previous tracks
briefly, Press while playing a CD, to go ahead to the beginning of the next track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the next tracks is located and played back. briefly, while playing a CD, to go Press 4 back to the beginning of the current track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the previous tracks is located and played back.
How to use the +10 and 10 buttons Ex. 1: To select track number 32 while playing track number 6
To go to a particular track directly
Press the number button corresponding to the track number to start its playback. Track 6 (Three times) \ 10 \ 20 \ 30 (Twice) \ 31 \ 32
Ex. 2 : To select track number 8 while playing track number 36
To select a track number from 1 6: Press 1 (7) 6 (12) briefly. To select a track number from 7 12: Press and hold 1 (7) 6 (12) for more than one second.
(Three times) Track 36 \ 30 \ 20 \ 10
To play back tracks at random (Disc Random Play)
You can play back all tracks on the CD at random.
You can play back the current track repeatedly.
1 Press M (MODE) to enter the 1 Press M (MODE) to enter the
functions mode while playing a CD. functions mode while playing a CD.
2 Press RPT (repeat), while still
in the functions mode, so that TRK RPT appears on the display. Each time you press the button, track repeat play mode turns on and off alternately.
2 Press RND (random), while
still in the functions mode, so that DISC RND appears on the display. Each time you press the button, disc random play mode turns on and off alternately. (disc) indicator
RND indicator When disc random play is turned on, the and RND indicators light up on the display. A track randomly selected starts playing.
When track repeat play is turned on, the RPT indicator lights up on the display. The current track starts playing repeatedly.
Selecting CD playback modes
To play back tracks repeatedly (Track Repeat Play)
Playing a CD Text
In a CD Text, some information about the disc (its disc title, performer, and track title) is recorded. This CD Text information will be shown automatically when you play a CD Text.
Prohibiting disc ejection
You can prohibit disc ejection and can lock a disc in the loading slot.
While pressing CD, press and hold 0 for more than 2 seconds.
To change the CD Text information manually, select text display mode while playing a CD Text.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows: EJECT flashes on the display for about 5 seconds, and the disc is locked and cannot be ejected.
MP3 indicator lights up.
Total folder number
Total file number
Ex.: When the disc contains 19 folders and 144 MP3 files
To change the display information
While playing back an MP3 file, you can change the MP3 disc information shown on the display. Each time you press DISP (display), the display changes to show the following:
When TAG DISP is set to TAG OFF
Folder name lights up on the display) File name lights up on the display)
When TAG DISP is set to TAG ON (initial setting: see page 32)
Elapsed playing time and Current file number
Album name / performer (folder name*) (TAG lights up on the display) Track title (file name*) (TAG lights up on the display) Elapsed playing time and Current file number Clock and Current file number
Clock and Current file number
Note: The display shows up to 8 characters at a time and scrolls if there are more than 8 characters. See also To select the scroll modeSCROLL on page 32.
* If an MP3 file does not have ID3 tags, folder name and file name appear. In this case, the TAG indicator will not light up on the display.
while playing an MP3 disc.
For MP3 playback/search order see page 22.
To fast-forward or reverse the file
Press and hold while playing an MP3 disc, to fast-forward the file. Press and hold 4 while playing an MP3 disc, to reverse the file.
To skip 10 files* forwards to the last file To skip 10 files* backwards to the first file * The first time you press +10 or 10 button, the file skips to the nearest higher or lower file with a file number of multiple ten (ex. 10th, 20th, 30th). Then each time you press the button, you can skip 10 files (see How to use the +10 and 10 buttons below). After the last file, the first file will be selected, and vice versa.
Note: During this operation on an MP3 disc, you can only hear intermittent sounds. (The elapsed playing time also changes intermittently on the display.)
To skip to the next or previous files
Press briefly while playing, to skip ahead to the beginning of the next file. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the next files is located and played back. Press 4 briefly while playing, to skip back to the beginning of the current file. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the previous files is located and played back.
How to use the +10 and 10 buttons Ex. 1: To select file number 32 while playing file number 6
(Three times) \ 10 \ 20 \ 30
(Twice) \ 31 \ 32
Ex. 2 : To select file number 8 while playing file number 36
(Three times) File 36 \ 30 \ 20 \ 10
Locating a file or a particular portion on an MP3 disc
To go to a particular file quickly within the current folder (+10 and 10 buttons)
To go to a particular folder directly
IMPORTANT: To directly select the folders using the number button(s), it is required that folders are assigned 2 digit numbers at the beginning of their folder names. (This can only be done during the recording of CD-Rs or CD-RWs.) Ex.: If folder name is 01 ABC = Press 1 to go to Folder 01 ABC. If folder name is 1 ABC, pressing 1 does not work. If folder name is 12 ABC = Press and hold 6 (12) to go to Folder 12 ABC.
To play back files repeatedly (Track Repeat/Folder Repeat Play)
Selecting preset sound modes (C-EQ: custom equalizer)
You can select a preset sound mode (C-EQ: custom equalizer) suitable to the music genre. There is a time limit in doing the following procedure. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again.
Indication USER ROCK
Press M (MODE) to enter the functions mode.
(Flat sound) Rock or disco music CLASSIC Classical music POPS Light music HIP HOP Funk or rap music JAZZ Jazz music
Preset values BAS TRE LOUD OFF +03 +01 ON +01 +04 +02 +++03 OFF OFF ON OFF
Press EQ (equalizer), while still in the functions mode.
The last selected sound mode is recalled and applied to the current source.
Note: You can adjust each sound mode to your preference. Once you make an adjustment, it is automatically stored for the currently selected sound mode. See Adjusting the sound on page 29.
Ex.: If you have selected USER previously
Select the sound mode you want.
Each time you press the button, the sound modes change as follows:
ROCK HIP HOP
The EQ indicator lights up when any sound mode other than USER is selected.
Ex.: When you select ROCK
You can adjust the sound characteristics to your preference.
To increase the level or turn on the loudness To decrease the level or turn off the loudness Tone level indicator changes as you adjust the bass or treble.
Select the item you want to adjust.
Each time you press the button, the adjustable items change as follows:
Indication BAS*1 To do:
Range 06 (min.) | +06 (max.) 06 (min.) | +06 (max.) R06 (Rear only) | F06 (Front only) L06 (Left only) | R06 (Right only) Ex. 1: When you adjust TRE (treble)
Adjust the bass.
Ex. 2: When you turn on the loudness
Adjust the treble.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to adjust the other items.
Adjust the front and rear speaker balance. Adjust the left and right speaker balance.
To reset each sound mode to the factory settings, repeat the same procedure and reassign the preset values listed in the table on page 28.
To select the telephone mutingTEL
This mode is used when a cellular phone system is connected. Depending on the phone system used, select either MUTING 1 or MUTING 2 whichever mutes the sounds from this unit. When shipped from the factory, this mode is deactivated. MUTING 1: Selects this if this setting can mute the sounds while using the cellular phone. MUTING 2: Selects this if this setting can mute the sounds while using the cellular phone. OFF: Cancels the telephone muting.
To select the scroll modeSCROLL
You can select the scroll mode for the disc information (when the entire text cannot be shown at once). When shipped from the factory, scroll mode is set to ONCE. ONCE: AUTO: OFF: Scrolls only once. Repeats the scroll (5-second intervals in between). Cancels scroll mode.
Note: Even if the scroll mode is set to OFF, you can scroll the display by pressing DISP (display) for more than one second.
You can detach the control panel when leaving the car. When detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful not to damage the connectors on the back of the control panel and on the panel holder.
Insert the left side of the control panel into the groove on the panel holder.
Detaching the control panel
Before detaching the control panel, be sure to turn off the power.
Unlock the control panel.
Press the right side of the control panel to fix it to the panel holder.
Lift and pull the control panel out of the unit.
Note on cleaning the connectors: If you frequently detach the control panel, the connectors will deteriorate. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors.
Put the detached control panel into the provided case.
Attaching the control panel
USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
This unit can be remotely controlled as instructed here (with an optionally purchased remote controller). We recommend that you use remote controller RM-RK50 or RM-RK60 with your unit. (Ex.: When you are using RM-RK50) Before using the remote controller: Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor on the main unit. Make sure there is no obstacle in between.
3. Return the battery holder.
Insert again the battery holder by pushing it until you hear a clicking sound.
Remote sensor Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
Installing the battery
When the controllable range or effectiveness of the remote controller decreases, replace the battery.
1. Remove the battery holder.
1) Push out the battery holder in the direction indicated by the arrow using a ball point pen or a similar tool. 2) Remove the battery holder.
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center.
Sound cannot be heard from the speakers.
The volume level is set to the minimum level. Connections are incorrect.
Adjust it to the optimum level. Check the cords and connections. While holding SEL (select), press (standby/on/ attenuator) for more than 2 seconds to reset the unit. (The clock setting and preset stations stored in memory are erased.) (See page 2.) Store stations manually.
This unit does not work at all.
The built-in microcomputer may have functioned incorrectly due to noise, etc.
SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) automatic preset does not work. Static noise while listening to the radio. Disc automatically ejects.
Signals are too weak.
The aerial is not connected firmly. Disc is inserted upside down.
Connect the aerial firmly. Insert the disc correctly. Insert a finalized CD-R/ CD-RW. Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW with the component which you used for recording. Unlock the disc. (See page 20.) While holding (standby/on/attenuator), press 0 (eject) for more than 2 seconds. Be careful not to drop the disc when it is ejected. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. Change the disc. Check the cords and connections. Insert a disc into the loading slot. Insert the disc correctly.
CD-R/CD-RW cannot be CD-R/CD-RW is not finalized. played back. Tracks on the CD-R/CD-RW cannot be skipped. Disc can be neither played back nor ejected. Disc is locked. The CD player may function incorrectly.
Disc sound is sometimes interrupted.
You are driving on rough roads. Disc is scratched. Connections are incorrect.
NO DISC appears on the display.
No disc in the loading slot. Disc is inserted incorrectly.
Disc cannot be played back.
No MP3 files are recorded on the disc. MP3 files do not have the extension codemp3 in their file names. MP3 files are not recorded in the format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2, or Joliet.
Change the disc. Add the extension code mp3 to their file names. Change the disc. (Record MP3 files using a compliant application.) Skip to another file or change the disc. (Do not add the extension codemp3 to nonMP3 files.)
Noise is generated.
The file played back is not an MP3 file (although it has the extension codemp3). Readout time varies due to the complexity of the folder/file configuration.
Files cannot be played back as you have intended them to play. Elapsed playing time is not correct. MP3 flashes on the display. NO FILES appears on the display. Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name).
Playback order is determined when the files are recorded. This sometimes occurs during play. This is caused by how the files are recorded on the disc. The current folder does not contain any MP3 file. The current disc does not contain any MP3 file. This unit can only display alphabets (capital: AZ), numbers, and a limited number of symbols. Select another folder. Insert a disc that contains MP3 files.
About mistracking: Mistracking may result from driving on extremely rough roads. This does not damage the unit and the disc, but will be annoying. We recommend that you stop disc play while driving on such rough roads.
A longer readout time is required (CHECK keeps flashing on the display).
Do not use too many hierarchies and folders. Also, do not record any other types of audio tracks together with MP3 files.
This unit has been designed to reproduce CDs, CD-Rs (Recordable), CD-RWs (Rewritable), and CD Texts. This unit is also compatible with MP3 discs.
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read their instructions or cautions carefully. Use only finalized CD-Rs or CD-RWs. Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play back on this unit because of their disc characteristics, and for the following reasons: Discs are dirty or scratched. Moisture condensation on the lens inside the unit. The pickup lens inside the unit is dirty. CD-RWs may require a longer readout time since the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than that of regular CDs. CD-Rs or CD-RWs are susceptible to high temperatures or high humidity, so do not leave them inside your car. Do not use following CD-Rs or CD-RWs: Discs with stickers, labels, or protective seal stuck to the surface. Discs on which labels can be directly printed by an ink jet printer. Using these discs under high temperatures or high humidity may cause malfunctions or damage to discs. For example, Stickers or labels may shrink and warp a disc. Stickers or labels may peel off so discs cannot be ejected. Print on discs may get sticky. Read instructions or cautions about labels and printable discs carefully.
How to handle discs
When removing a disc Center holder from its case, press down the center holder of the case and lift the disc out, holding it by the edges. Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not touch its recording surface. When storing a disc into its case, gently insert the disc around the center holder (with the printed surface facing up). Make sure to store discs into the cases after use.
To keep discs clean
A dirty disc may not play correctly. If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth in a straight line from center to edge.
To play new discs
New discs may have some rough spots around the inner and outer edges. If such a disc is used, this unit may reject the disc. To remove these rough spots, rub the edges with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
Moisture may condense on the lens inside the CD player in the following cases: After starting the heater in the car. If it becomes very humid inside the car. Should this occur, the CD player may malfunction. In this case, eject the disc and leave the unit turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates.
CAUTIONS: Do not insert 8 cm discs (single CDs) into the loading slot. (Such discs cannot be ejected.) Do not insert any disc of unusual shapelike a heart or flower; otherwise, it will cause a malfunction. Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or any heat source or place them in a place subject to high temperature and humidity. Do not leave them in a car. Do not use any solvent (for example, conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean discs.
Maximum Power Output: Front: 45 W per channel Rear: 45 W per channel Continuous Power Output (RMS): Front: 17 W per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. Rear: 17 W per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. Load Impedance: 4 (4 to 8 allowance) Tone Control Range: Bass: 10 dB at 100 Hz Treble: 10 dB at 10 kHz Frequency Response: 40 Hz to Hz Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB Line-Out Level/Impedance: 2.0 V/20 k load (full scale) Output Impedance: 1 k Type: Compact disc player Signal Detection System: Non-contact optical pickup (semiconductor laser) Number of channels: 2 channels (stereo) Frequency Response: 5 Hz to Hz Dynamic Range: 96 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 98 dB Wow and Flutter: Less than measurable limit MP3 decoding format: MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3 Max. Bit Rate: 320 Kbps
Power Requirement: Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance) Grounding System: Negative ground Allowable Operating Temperature: 0C to +40C Dimensions (W H D): Installation Size (approx.): 182 mm 52 mm 150 mm Panel Size (approx.): 188 mm 58 mm 11 mm Mass (approx.): 1.3 kg (excluding accessories)
Frequency Range: FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz AM: (MW) 522 kHz to kHz (LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz [FM Tuner] Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 V/75 ) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 16.3 dBf (1.8 V/75 ) Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB Frequency Response: 40 Hz to Hz Stereo Separation: 30 dB Capture Ratio: 1.5 dB [MW Tuner] Sensitivity: 20 V Selectivity: 35 dB [LW Tuner] Sensitivity: 50 V
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Enhancing Your Cars Entertainment And Navigation Functions Is Less Daunting Than You May Expect. Andy Enright Reports One glance at the dizzying array of in-car entertainment and satellite navigation systems currently available is enough to turn many people to a life of lo-fi radio. Although the choice may be huge, choosing the right gear doesnt need to be enormously complicated. Just follow a few pointers and theres no reason why you cant end up with a system thats not only right for you and your budget but also has a degree of future proofing built in.
The conventional music CD is just starting to look a little quaint. Many of us will have a PC at home with a hard disk rammed full of MP3 files that we periodically burn onto a CD-R disc and pop into the car. Wouldnt it be great if instead of getting sixteen or seventeen songs per audio disc we could just load the disc up with around 130 data tracks? Thats what the latest MP3 compatible stereo head units allow. With a six-disc changer in the boot youll have all the music youll conceivably ever need. You dont need to fork out a fortune to get your hands on such a head unit. 150 will buy you a Panasonic CQ-RDP383N (dont you love the snappy names car stereos get) which can read MP3 files off a CD and features chrome detailing and a cool blue lit display. With a little less power but with even more features is the JVC KD-S891R. This features UD3 tags which read data from the MP3 file and allow scrolling data of recorded album titles, artist names and track titles. Move up to the 200 mark and youll access the superior sound quality of Pioneers MP3-friendly DEH-P3500MP. The best of these have ditched CD and DVD-based storage in favour of massive capacity hard disks. Head units such as the Sony MEX 5DI can accept a variety of input sources from CD to Memory Stick and can even display your favourite pictures on a full-width colour display. A Kenwood Music Kegg is a 399 magic box that links to any Kenwood head unit and features a ten gigabyte hard disk. Other innovations include combined MP3 and digital radio systems, which are only now beginning to enter the market, the Blaupunkt Woodstock DAB52 being the chief exponent. For many people, a decent CD changer will still be the default choice and these can weigh in at a very reasonable rate, Pioneers CDXP670 retailing at under 150 and featuring voice recognition and a six-disc capacity. Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) is also making inroads into the car stereo market withmore choice and quality for those who prefer radio to recorded media. Speakers and amplifiers also need to be budgeted for but here the choices remain a little more straightforward. A decent amplifier like the Pyramid PB1845X will set you back 200 but punch out a solid 2000 watts either in a 2x1000 watt setup for bass bins or a more rounded 4x500 watt configuration. Team this with a pair of 25cm Pioneer Monster Mid speakers (110 per pair) and another pair of speakers to handle the upper ranges and youll have a great system that neednt cost the earth. If you really want serious bass, try a combination of the JBL BPx2200.1 amplifier and the W15GTi subwoofer. Itll set you back 1,650 for that combo but if you want to set off seismographs in San Francisco, this system does the business.
DVD-based systems are now finding their way into many top-line MPVs and luxury cars and its an ideal way of keeping the kids quiet on a long journey. A little Lilo and Stich or Treasure Planet can guarantee you at least ninety minutes free from Are we nearly there yet. Plumbing a DVD system into a car isnt the easiest thing in the world but there are many companies that can do the work for you, mounting screens either in the centre console, the rear head restraints or in a fold-down position on the headlining. The actual hardware itself can be surprisingly affordable, with a Centurion plug and play system that comprises a 5.6 screen with a remote control multi-region DVD player weighing in at a mere 199. Of course, if you want a more integrated look youll need to pay considerably more. Clarions VRX-9328 DVD system at first appears to be a standard DIN-sized stereo head unit, but the motorised screen slides out and erects itself on the fascia and also offers MP3, CDR (recordable CDs) and CDRW (rewritable CDs) compatibility, all marshalled by a touch screen display. This system retails at 1095 but its important to remember that driving whilst having visual systems visible from the
drivers seat is an offence of which the police take a very dim view. The Alpine CVA-1004R/RR is another relative newcomer to the market and features a whole heap of connectability for around 700.
Have you ever stuck your favourite game into your Playstation, settled down to crack a high score and then realised you hadnt been in to work for three weeks and that youre now sacked? Maybe thats just me, but games have an uncanny way of making time appear to fly by, making them an excellent way to dispel the tedium of a long motorway journey. Sonys PSOne is still the industry standard due to its compact dimensions and robust resistance to skipping, but a number of manufacturers have developed stability devices to accommodate the bulkier PS2. An inexpensive way around this problem is offered by Joytech, who market a portable 7.2 screen that clips onto the PS2 making it look for all the world like a laptop without a keyboard. Retailing at just 100 this system can be flicked between RGB for games and S-Video for watching DVD movies. Pop the whole thing on your lap, adjust the screen and youre all set. If you are intent on using the PS2, an all-in one screen and TV tuner system makes for an easier install.
If dog-eared maps are the bane of your life, an in-car navigation system could well be the answer. With more and more new cars featuring sat-nav as standard its a feature an increasing number of used buyers are also keen to possess. Theres a good deal of choice available, with portable as well as fully integrated systems offered. The Portable Navman ICN630 covers the UK and most of Europe and is dash mounted which means that it can easily be transported from car to car. Retailing at 969 its one of the better portable systems. In-built systems have come a long way and many incorporate DVD instead of CD, but the new breed have hard disks if youre prepared to really fork out. The Becker Traffic Pro High Speed system is one of the better value options about and offers a fussfree one stop option incorporating a CD player and RDS radio. It also offers a very helpful function that can display the current speed limit of the road youre travelling on, something many motorists will relish when bearing down on a GATSO camera on an unfamiliar road. These systems start from 1049 which may sound a lot, but given that you wont need to fork out for additional audio gear, its a very sound option indeed from a well respected manufacturer.
Otherwise theres the Clarion NVS613 features CD-ROM navigation and motorised screen for around 899. If you need something a little less expensive, the Blaupunkt DXR52 makes a good no-nonsense in-dash option at 499. A completely different tack can be taken via the fitment of a system such as Trafficmasters Smartnav. Press a button on the dashboard and youll be connected to a human operator who requests your destination. You tell them, they download a guidance package to your car and you get turn-by-turn guidance to your destination with live traffic updates without any hassle. The system itself costs around 499 and then theres an ongoing subscription, but the joy of Smartnav is that Trafficmasters computers will always have the latest information to hand. The issue of missing out on a new bypass because your guidance disc is three years old are over. Whats more, a discreet button on the dashboard neednt let anybody know youve got no natural sense of direction! Once sampled youll appreciate why Smartnav won Auto Express magazines Accessory Of The Year Award 2003.
Its easy to be overwhelmed when approaching the whole issue of in-car entertainment and guidance systems. The market moves so quickly and often what you held to be state of the art often resembles a museum piece. Despite this dizzying pace of change, the side effect is that there are bargains to be had if you dont need to be at the very cutting edge of technology. Before you splash out, make sure you know what your budget is, stick to it and make sure youve taken all the hidden extras into account. Our recommendation would be to get an MP3 compatible stereo head unit and a dash-mounted screen so that you have a lot of future proofing already built in. Mix and matching video and navigation components from there is easy.
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