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Volume Level (0 to 40)
If your car is parked for several hours in direct sunlight, the temperature inside the car may become very high. It is advisable to drive the car and give the interior a chance to cool down before switching the unit on.
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This product is designed to be used in a car having a 12-Volt negative ground battery system.
Keep magnets, screwdrivers and other metallic objects away from the tape mechanism and tape head.
Press [MUTE] to mute the sound completely. Press [MUTE] again to cancel.
Press and hold [MUTE](LOUD) for more than 2 seconds to enhance bass and treble tones at low or medium volume. Press and hold [MUTE](LOUD) again to cancel.
This product is made of precision parts. Do not attempt to disassemble or adjust any parts. For repair, please consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
Note: This operating instruction manual is for three models CQ-RD153N, CQ-RD143N and CQ-RD133N. The differences between three models are listed below.
Audio Mode (Volume/Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader)
1 Push [SEL] to select the audio mode. Regular Mode
CQ-RD133N Green Bass
2 Turn to
1 Push to
Balance (Left / Right: 1 to 15) Note: If no operation takes place for more than 5 seconds in the audio mode (2 seconds in Volume mode), the display returns to regular
Fader (Front / Rear: 1 to 15) :centre
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q Mode Selection
You can switch to the radio mode as shown below. From:
Preset Station Setting
or Up to 5 stations each can be saved in the FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM (LW/MW) preset station memories.
Caution: To ensure safety, never attempt to preset stations while you
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Eject a tape.
CD Changer Mode
q Band e Manual Tuning
[ : Higher frequency ] : Lower frequency
Press [BAND] to change the bands.
Ban FM Stereo indiFM1 A M FM2 FM3
Press and hold for more than 0.5 seconds then release. [ : Higher frequency ] : Lower frequency
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TUNE TUNE TRACK TRACK
w Auto Station Preset (APM)
Press and hold [BAND] (APM) for more than 2 seconds (Auto Preset Memory). The 5 best receiving stations will be automatically saved in the memory under preset buttons  t . o Once set, the preset stations are sequentially scanned for 5 seconds each. Note:Only RDS stations will be saved at default setting (AF ON).To select non RDS stations too, set AF to OFF. page 8) (a
e Tuning in a Preset Station
Press the corresponding preset button  t  t o o tune in a preset station. Note: You can change the memory presetting by repeating the above proce-
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r Mono/Local Selection (MONO/LOC)
MONO : Noise is significantly decreased when weak signals are received from an FM broadcast station.
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Press and hold [PTY] (MONO/LOC) to change the mode. Release when MONO OFF / MONO ON / LOCAL
Press and hold [PTY] (MONO/LOC) to switch LOCAL mode on and off. LOCAL
Manual Station Preset
q Use manual or seek tuning to find a station. (a page 6)
LOCAL ON MONO ON / LOCAL MONO OFF /
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RDS (Radio Data System)
The following functions are available when receiving RDS stations.
RDS service availability varies with areas. Please understand if RDS service is not available in your area. This chapter explains the summary and operation regarding RDS.
clock is not adjustable by hand.) Some RDS FM stations periodically provide traffic infor(Traffic Program identificamation. tion)
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(Program Service name) The name of station is displayed instead of the frequency.
(Clock Time) When receiving an RDS station, the CT (Clock Time) service automatically adjusts the time. NO CT is displayed in areas where CT service is not available.(The
(Traffic Announcements identification) Radio announcements on traffic conditions
Broadcasting of traffic information
Default: AF mode is active (AF ON) (Press [AF] on the main unit to switch the AF mode off or on) AF ON : AF, Best Station and PI Seek function are active.
Press [TA] to switch the TA mode on. (Press again to switch the TA mode off.) T A O N : If the station received is not a TP station, the unit automatically searches for a TP station to tune in to it.When the TP station received begins a traffic announcement,you can hear it
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Best Station Research
Best Station Research is automatically activated to store the station with the best reception for each preset button.
PI (Program Identification) Seek
If Best Station Research does not work properly and reception is poor when tuning in a preset station, press the same preset button again. PI Seek will search an AF station with good reception.
REG (Region) Mode
Changes the selection range of AF, Best Station Research and PI Seek. Press and hold [AF] (REG).
Press [DISP] to change the display as follows. PS (Program Service
Muting in TA Mode
To listen to only Traffic Announcements while muting, press and hold [TA] for more than 2 seconds. To cancel the muting in TA mode (muting in TA mode / T A mode), take either following two. Press [TA] again. Turn the [VOL]. Note: To switch to TA off, press [TA] again and hold for more than 2 seconds.
TA Stand by Mode
When TA is on, tape or CD changer playback will be
Frequency The frequency is changed only for programs within the region.
TP Auto Search
PTY Display When reception of a TP station is poor, TP Auto Search will automatically search for a TP station with better reception. TP Seek Tuning Seek tunes only TP stations. 6) Auto TP Station Preset
(default) The frequency is changed
CT (Clock Time)
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RDS FM stations provide a program type identification signal. Example: news, rock, classical music, etc.
Other RDS Functions
(Enhanced Other Networks)
When EON data is received, the EON indicator lights and the TA and AF functions are expanded as follows. TA: Traffic information from the current and other network stations can be received. AF: The frequency list of preset RDS stations is updated by EON data. EON enables the radio to make fuller use of RDS information. It constantly updates the AF list of preset stations, including that currently tuned in to. For example, if you preset a station far from home, you will later be able to receive the same station at an alternative frequency, or any other station serving the same program. EON also keeps
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PTY ON Take either following two. Press [PTY] to switch PTY mode on. Press [DISP] to select PTY mode. PTY OFF Take either following two. Press [PTY] again to switch PTY mode off. Press [DISP] to select other than PTY mode.
Note: When there is no corresponding program type, NO PTY
Emergency Announcement Reception
When an emergency announcement is broadcast, the unit is automatically switched to receiving that broadcast. If this happens in a mode other than radio mode (tape mode, CD Changer mode) or in
PTY Preset Search
Program types are stored in memory under preset buttons  t  as shown in the table o Preset No. Program Type Display
5 News Speech Sport Pop. Music Classic Music
a program q Select button. type by pressing the preset The preset program type appears on the display for 5 seconds. (Example) Press preset button . If PTY Search cannot find the same program from other stations, the search goes back to the station that was tuned in to just before PTY Search.
same preset button again (or w Press the or [) to tune in the desired press ] program type station. (Example) Press preset button  again.
While a program type is displayed, press ] or [ to tune in to other station of the same PTY.
SPEECH INFO CULTURE ROCK_M OTHER_M SOCIAL LEISURE OLDIES / / / / / / / / MUSIC / SPORT / SCIENCE / EASY_M / WEATHER/ RELIGION / JAZZ / FOLK_M / NEWS / EDUCATE / VARIED / LIGHT_M / FINANCE / PHONE_IN / COUNTRY / DOCUMENT AFFAIRS / DRAMA / POP_M / CLASSICS / CHILDREN / TRAVEL / NATION_M /
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Cassette Tape Player
You can switch to the cassette player mode as shown below. Insert a cassette From: CD Changer Mode Note: You can not select CD Changer mode or Radio mode while tape playing. If you want to select CD Changer mode
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Caution: Make sure that tape is not in the deck before inserting a tape.
Tape Insert and Playback
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Insert a cassette tape. Playback will start autoND
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Stop and Tape Eject
Press [u] to stop tape play and eject the cassette tape. The unit will be automatically switched back to radio mode.
Exposed tape end
Rewind and Fast Forward
The functions of [a] and [f] vary with the tape running direction as shown below. Top Side Play
Notes on Cassette Tape
Use a pencil or similar object to take up the slack as shown. If a loose tape is used, this may
Pencil Exposed tape end
[a] : Rewind (To cancel, press [f] softly) [f] : Fast forward (To cancel, press [a] softly) Bottom Side Play [a] : Fast forward (To cancel, press [f] softly) [f] : Rewind (To cancel, press [a] softly)
Do not touch or
Notes: maintain your cassette player in top condition, avoid using tapes that are To longer than 90 minutes (C-90). you insert into the unit a cassette with a loose tape caused by forcing it into If cassette with a finger or the like, the cassette may not be properly reproduced. In such a case, eject the cassette, make the tape tight, then insert it back into the
Play Side Change
Press [a] and [f] at the same time.
Press [DISP] to switch to the clock display. Press again to cancel.
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CD Changer Control
You can switch to the CD Changer mode as shown below. From: Radio Mode Press [CD-C] (CD Changer). Eject a cassette tape. a Press [CD-C] (CD Changer).
Notes: The CD Changer functions are designed for an optional CD changer unit. This unit can not support the reproduction of MP3 and WMA and not display any CD-Text, even if the CD changer unit supports them.
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Play Time Press  (SCAN). The first 10 seconds of each track of all discs are played in sequence. Press again to cancel.
[d] : Advance to the next track. [s] : Back to beginning of the current
Fast Forward and Fast Reverse
Press and hold [d] : Fast forward [s] : Fast reverse
Disc and Track
Track Repeat Random Play
Press  (REPEAT). The current track is repeated. Press again to cancel. Press  (RANDOM). All tracks on all discs in the magazine are played in random order. Press again to cancel.
Press [DISP] to change the display. Disc and Track
Error Display Messages
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Press and hold [DISP] for more than 2 seconds to change the clock display. Press again to resume. Disc and Track CT(Clock Time)
Appears on the display when the compact disc is dirty or inverted. The next available compact disc will be selected automatically. Appears on the display when compact disc is scratched. The next available compact disc will be selected automatically. Appears on the display when the unit stops operating for some reason. Press the reset switch on the CD changer.
Appears on the display when there is no disc in the magazine.
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Before installation, check the radio operation with antenna and speakers. Disconnect the cable from the negative () battery terminal (see caution below). Unit should be installed in a horizontal position with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than 30.
No. q w e r Item Mounting Collar Diagram Qty 1
Cautions: strongly recommend that you wear gloves for installation work to protect We yourself from injuries. When bending the mounting tab of the mounting collar with a screwdriver, be careful not to injure your hands and fingers.
First complete the electrical connections, and then check them for corThe included Mounting Collar q is designed specially for this unit. Do not use it to attach any
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Mounting Bolt (5 mm) Power and Connector Speaker
Insert Mounting Collar q into the dashboard, and bend the mounting tabs out
The tabs to be bent vary depending on the car. To securely install the unit, fully bend a number of the tabs so Tab
Removable Face Plate Case Trim Plate
t or less y
q Mounting Collar
Caution: Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a car with trip or navigational computer since all user settings stored in memory will be lost. Instead take extra care with installing the unit
e Power and Speaker
Methods for Fixing the Rear of the
(a) Using the Rear Support Strap
Tapping Screw (Option) Fire Wall of Car 3 mm
Installation Opening 182 mm The unit can be installed in any dashboard having an opening as shown at right. The dashboard should be 4.5 mm - 6 mm thick in order to be able to support the unit. Installation Precautions This product should be installed by a professional installer, if possible. In case of difficulty, please consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center. 1. This system is to be used only in a 12volt, DC battery system (car) with negative ground. 2. Follow the electrical connections carefully (a page 20). Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit. 3. Connect the power lead (red) after all other connections are made. 4. Be sure to connect the battery lead (yellow) to the positive terminal (+) of the battery or fuse block (BAT) terminal. 5. Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
Mounting w Mounting
Hex. Nut (Option) Rear Support Strap (Option) w Mounting Bolt q Mounting Collar
Mounting Springs (C)
Establish the rear connections of the unit.
After fixing Mounting Bolt w and Power and Speaker Connector e, Establish the rear connections of the unit to the car body by either
Insert Trim Plate t.
(b) Using the Rubber Cushion
Rear Support Bracket (Provided on the car) Rubber Cushion (Option)
After installation reconnect the negative () battery ter-
w Mounting Bolt q Mounting Collar
Engage the Mounting Springs (C) in the mounting holes of the Mounting Collar Mounting
Mountin g Hole
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This unit is equipped with a removable face plate. Removing this face plate makes the radio totally inoperable. r Removable Face
To Remove the Unit q Switch off the power of the unit.
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Remove the removable face plate. ( ) Press the release a button [ ].
Place Removable Face Plate into Case
q Switch off the power of the unit.
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(b) Pull on the right side of the unit.
w Remove the removable face plate. (a page 18) e Gently press the bottom of the case and open the cover. Place the face plate into
w Remove the trim plate t with a
Install Removable Face Plate
q Slide the left side of the removal face plate in place.
e Pull out the unit while pushing
down the lock lever with the dis-
Insert the tab end in the outer
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r Remove the unit pulling with both
Cautions: not touch the contacts on the face plate or on the main unit, since this may result in Do poor electrical contacts.
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Cautions: Check the connectors provided on your car (see precaution below) before connecting the system. This unit is designed for use in a car having a 12-volt negative ground battery system. prevent damage to the unit, be sure To to follow the connection diagram. Strip about 5 mm of the lead ends for connection (only non-ISO connector cords). not insert the power connector into Do the unit until the wiring is completed.
Example: Connection with CD changer CX-
This unit can be connected to an optional CD changer (CX-DP880N,CX-DP9061/DP9060EN, CXDP88N, CX-DP801/DP803EN or CX-DP601EN) and optional extension cord. For details consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Dealer. For connection to a CD changer, refer to the oper-
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Antenna CD Changer Control
Extension Cord (DIN/BATT/RCA/GND) (supplied for an optional CD Ground Lead (Black) To a clean, bare metallic part of the Battery Lead (Yellow) To the car battery, continuDIN
Precautions (ISO Connector)
The pin arrangement of the power connector conforms to ISO standard. The pin arrangement of ISO connectors in some cars may differ from the ISO standard. Please check that the pin arrangement of the connector in your car conforms to ISO standard. For car types A and B, change the wiring of the red and yellow leads as shown at below. After connection, insulate the porISO
C1 : External Mute Lead (Orange)(not used)
CD Changer Input
C3 : External Remote Control Lead (Brown W/black stripe)(not used)
A5* (Blue w/white
To remove the Fuse
A 7 (Red)
A7: IGN or ACC switched 12 V supC (Red A (Red)
C (Yellow (Yellow A A4: +12 V Battery (Permanent sup-
A 8 (Black)
A 5 (Blue w/white A 4 (Yellow)
Speaker B8 : Rear Left B7 : Rear Left + B6 : Front Left B5 : Front Left + B4 : Front Right A8 : Ground Lead (Black) To a clean, bare metallic part of the
Car Type A
A7: +12 V Battery (Permanent supC (Yello
(Yellow (Red) C
e Power and Speaker Connector
B 8 (Green w/black B 6 (White w/black B 4 (Gray w/black B 7 (Green)
A7 : Power Lead (ACC or IGN) (Red) A4 : Battery Lead (Yellow) To the car battery, continuous A5* :Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead (Blue w/white stripe) To Motor Antenna (Max. 500 m A )*. This lead is not intended for use with a switch actuated power antenna. Note: The power antenna extends
Fuse (15 A)
Car Type B
If the fuse (rear panel) blows frequently, they may be something wrong with the unit. Consult your nearest Panasonic C (Red
ACC BATTERY 15A
B 2 (Violet w/black B 1 (Violet )
(Yello C (Yellow
A4: No connection
A5*: This lead can be used as either Amp. Relay Control Power Lead or Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead, or both at the same time. However, the current capacity of this lead is 500
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Caution: Please follow the instructions given below. Failure to do so will cause damage to
General Power Supply :DC 12 V (11 V - 16 V), Test Voltage 14.4 V, Negative Ground Tone Controls :Bass;12 dB at 100 Hz Treble; 12 dB at 10 kHz Current Consumption :Less than 2.5 A (tape mode, 0.5 W 4-Speaker) Maximum Power Output : 45 W x 4 (at 4 ) Power Output :20 W x 4 (DIN45 324, at 4 ) Speaker Impedance :4 - 8 Dimensions (Main Unit) : 178(W) x 50(H) x 155(D) FM Stereo Radio Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity dB) Stereo Separation MW Radio Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity dB) LW Radio Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity dB) Cassette Tape Player Reproduction System : 4-track, 2-program stereo Tape Speed : 4.76 cm/sec. : 153 - 279 kHz : 32 dB/V (S/N 20 : 531 - 1,602 kHz : 28 dB/V (S/N 20 : 87.5 - 108 MHz : 6 dB/V(S/N 30 : 35 dB (at 1 kHz)
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L + (White)
(White w/black stripe) (Gray)
(Gray w/black stripe)
Use ungrounded speaker only. The maximum speaker input should be 45 W or more. (If used with the optional power amplifier, the speaker input should be higher than the maximum amplifier output.) The speaker impedance should be 4 - 8 . This unit uses the BTCL circuit, so each speaker should be connected separately using parallel vinyl insulated cords.
Note: Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to improve not use a 3-wire type Do speaker system having a common earth lead. not connect more than Do one speaker to one set of speaker leads.
Never connect the speaker cord to the body of the car.
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or connecting the unit directly without a fuse, could cause fire or damage to the unit.
www.panasonic.co.uk (for UK cusCustomer Care Centre For UK customers: 08705 357357
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Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure the minimum of maintenance. Use a soft cloth for routine exterior cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner, or other solvents.
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