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Precautions

CAUTION: USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENT OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. CAUTION: THE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL INCREASE EYE HAZARD.
! Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating procedures and precautions. ! Always keep the volume low enough so you can hear sounds outside of the car. ! Protect this unit from moisture. ! If the battery is disconnected or discharged, the preset memory will be erased and must be reprogrammed. ! If this unit does not operate properly, contact your dealer or nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station.

About WMA

The Windows Media" logo printed on the box indicates that this unit can playback the WMA data. WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology that is developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 7 or later. Microsoft, Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Notes ! With some applications used to encode WMA files, this unit may not operate correctly. ! With some applications used to encode WMA files, album names and other text information may not be correctly displayed.
! Use only one CR2025 (3 V) lithium battery. ! Remove the battery if the remote control is not used for a month or longer. ! Do not recharge, disassemble, heat or dispose of the battery in fire. ! Do not handle the battery with metallic tools. ! Do not store the battery with metallic materials. ! In the event of battery leakage, wipe the remote control completely clean and install a new battery. ! When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public institutions rules that apply in your country/area.

CAUTION

Using the remote control
Point the remote control in the direction of the front panel to operate.
Use and care of the remote control

Installing the battery

Slide the tray out on the back of the remote control and insert the battery with the plus (+) and minus () poles pointing in the proper direction.
Important ! Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or direct sunlight. ! The remote control may not function properly in direct sunlight. ! Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the brake or accelerator pedal.

Protecting your unit from theft
Keep the battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor.

WARNING

The front panel can be detached from the head unit and stored in the protective case provided to discourage theft. ! If the front panel is not detached from the head unit within five seconds of turning off the ignition, a warning tone will sound.
! You can turn off the warning tone. See Switching the warning tone on page 35.
Important ! Never use force or grip the display and the buttons tightly when removing or attaching. ! Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive shocks. ! Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight and high temperatures.

Removing the front panel

1 Press OPEN to open the front panel. 2 Grip the left side of the front panel and pull it gently outward. Take care not to grip it tightly or to drop it.
3 Put the front panel into the protective case provided for safe keeping.
Attaching the front panel
% Replace the front panel by holding it upright to this unit and clipping it securely into the mounting hooks.

Whats What

Head unit
1 CLOCK button Press to change to the clock display. 2 PAUSE button Press to turn pause on or off. 3 LOUDNESS button Press to turn loudness on or off. 4 OPEN button Press to open the front panel. 5 FUNCTION button Press to select functions. 6 AUDIO button Press to select various sound quality controls. 7 a/b/c/d buttons Press to do manual seek tuning, fast forward, reverse and track search controls. Also used for controlling functions. 8 BAND button Press to select among three FM and one AM bands and cancel the control mode of functions.
buttons Press for preset tuning and disc number search when using a multi-CD player. a EQ button Press to select various equalizer curves. b VOLUME When you press VOLUME, it extends outward so that it becomes easier to turn. To retract VOLUME, press it again. Rotate to increase or decrease the volume. c SOURCE button This unit is turned on by selecting a source. Press to cycle through all of the available sources. d DISPLAY button Press to select different displays.

Remote control

Operation is the same as when using the button on the head unit. See the explanation of the head unit about the operation of each button with the exception of ATT, which is explained below.
e CD button Press to select the built-in or multi-CD player as the source. f TUNER button Press to select the tuner as the source. g ATT button Press to quickly lower the volume level, by about 90%. Press once more to return to the original volume level. h VOLUME button Press to increase or decrease the volume.

g 6 f 7

Power ON/OFF

Introduction of advanced tuner operation
1 Function display Shows the function status. 2 LOC indicator Shows when local seek tuning is on. 3 Preset number indicator Shows what preset has been selected. % Press FUNCTION to display the function names. Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch between the following functions: BSM (best stations memory)LOCAL (local seek tuning)
# To return to the frequency display, press BAND. Note If you do not operate the function within about 30 seconds, the display is automatically returned to the frequency display.
% When you find a frequency that you want to store in memory press a preset tuning button 16 and hold until the preset number stops flashing. The number you have pressed will flash in the preset number indicator and then remain lit. The selected radio station frequency has been stored in memory. The next time you press the same preset tuning button 16 the radio station frequency is recalled from memory.
Notes ! Up to 18 FM stations, 6 for each of the three FM bands, and 6 AM stations can be stored in memory. ! You can also use a and b to recall radio station frequencies assigned to preset tuning buttons 16.

Tuning in strong signals

Local seek tuning lets you tune in only those radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for good reception. 1 Press FUNCTION to select LOCAL. Press FUNCTION until LOCAL appears in the display. 2 Press a to turn local seek tuning on. Local seek sensitivity (e.g., LOCAL 2) appears in the display. 3 Press c or d to set the sensitivity. There are four levels of sensitivity for FM and two levels for AM: FM: LOCAL 1LOCAL 2LOCAL 3 LOCAL 4 AM: LOCAL 1LOCAL 2
Storing and recalling broadcast frequencies
If you press any of the preset tuning buttons 16 you can easily store up to six broadcast frequencies for later recall with the touch of a button.
The LOCAL 4 setting allows reception of only the strongest stations, while lower settings let you receive progressively weaker stations. 4 When you want to return to normal seek tuning, press b to turn local seek tuning off. LOCAL:OFF appears in the display.
Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies
BSM (best stations memory) lets you automatically store the six strongest broadcast frequencies under preset tuning buttons 16 and once stored there you can tune in to those frequencies with the touch of a button. 1 Press FUNCTION to select BSM. Press FUNCTION until BSM appears in the display. 2 Press a to turn BSM on. BSM begins to flash. While BSM is flashing the six strongest broadcast frequencies will be stored under preset tuning buttons 16 in order of their signal strength. When finished, BSM stops flashing.

# To cancel the storage process, press b. Note
Storing broadcast frequencies with BSM may replace broadcast frequencies you have saved using 16.

Built-in CD Player

Playing a CD
4 Use VOLUME to adjust the sound level. Rotate to increase or decrease the volume. 5 To perform fast forward or reverse, press and hold c or d.
These are the basic steps necessary to play a CD with your built-in CD player. More advanced CD operation is explained starting on the next page. 1 Play time indicator Shows the elapsed playing time of the current track. 2 Track number indicator Shows the track currently playing. 1 Press OPEN to open the front panel. CD loading slot appears.
# If you select the search method to ROUGH, pressing and holding c or d enables you to search every ten track in the current disc. (Refer to Selecting the search method on page 15.)
6 To skip back or forward to another track, press c or d. Pressing d skips to the start of the next track. Pressing c once skips to the start of the current track. Pressing again will skip to the previous track.
Notes ! The built-in CD player plays one, standard, 12cm or 8-cm (single) CD at a time. Do not use an adapter when playing 8-cm CDs. ! Do not insert anything other than a CD into the CD loading slot. ! If you cannot insert a disc completely or if after you insert a disc the disc does not play, check that the label side of the disc is up. Press EJECT to eject the disc, and check the disc for damage before inserting the disc again. ! If the built-in CD player does not operate properly, an error message such as ERROR-11 may be displayed. Refer to Understanding built-in CD player error messages on page 37. ! When a CD TEXT disc is inserted, the disc and track titles begin to scroll to the left automatically.
# After a CD has been inserted, press SOURCE to select the built-in CD player.
2 Insert a CD into the CD loading slot. Playback will automatically start.

CD loading slot

EJECT button
# You can eject a CD by pressing EJECT. # To avoid a malfunction, make sure that no metal object comes into contact with the terminals when the front panel is open.

Close the front panel.

Introduction of advanced built-in CD player operation

4 Press d to move the cursor to the next character position. When the letter you want is displayed, press d to move the cursor to the next position and then select the next letter. Press c to move backwards in the display. 5 Move the cursor to the last position by pressing d after entering the title. When you press d one more time, the entered title is stored in memory. 6 Press BAND to return to the playback display.
Notes ! Titles remain in memory, even after the disc has been removed from this unit, and are recalled when the disc is reinserted. ! After data for 48 discs has been stored in memory, data for a new disc will overwrite the oldest one. ! If you connect a multi-CD player, you can input disc titles for up to 100 discs.
Using disc title functions
You can input CD titles and display the title. The next time you insert a CD for which you have entered a title, the title of that CD will be displayed.

Entering disc titles

Disc title input lets you input CD titles up to 8 letters long and up to 48 disc titles into this unit. 1 Play a CD that you want to enter the title.

Displaying disc titles

You can display the title of any disc that has had a disc title entered. % Press DISPLAY. Press DISPLAY repeatedly to switch between the following settings: Play timeDISC TTL (disc title) When you select DISC TTL, the title of the currently playing disc is shown in the display.
# If no title has been entered for the currently playing disc, NO TITLE is displayed.
% Press DISPLAY and hold until the title begins to scroll to the left. The rest of the title will appear in the display.

Using CD TEXT functions

Some discs have certain information encoded on the disc during manufacture. These discs may contain such information as the CD title, track title, artists name and playback time and are called CD TEXT discs. Only these specially encoded CD TEXT discs support the functions listed below.
Displaying titles on CD TEXT discs
% Press DISPLAY. Press DISPLAY repeatedly to switch between the following settings: Play timeDISC TTL (disc title)ART NAME (disc artist name)TRK TTL (track title) ART NAME (track artist name)
# If specific information has not been recorded on a CD TEXT disc, NO XXXX will be displayed (e.g., NO D-TTL).
Scrolling titles in the display
This unit can display the first 8 letters only of DISC TTL, ART NAME, TRK TTL and ART NAME. When the recorded information is longer than 8 letters, you can scroll the text to the left so that the rest of the title can be seen.

MP3/WMA/WAV Player

Playing MP3/WMA/WAV
These are the basic steps necessary to play an MP3/WMA/WAV with your built-in CD player. More advanced MP3/WMA/WAV operation is explained starting on page 20. 1 Folder number indicator Shows the folder number currently playing. 2 MP3 indicator Shows when the MP3 file is playing. 3 WMA indicator Shows when the WMA file is playing. 4 Play time indicator Shows the elapsed playing time of the current track (file). 5 Track number indicator Shows the track (file) currently playing. ! If a track number 100 to 199 is selected, d on the left of the track number indicator will light. ! If a track number 200 or more is selected, d on the left of the track number indicator will blink. 1 Press OPEN to open the front panel. CD loading slot appears.

# You can eject a CD-ROM by pressing EJECT. # To avoid a malfunction, make sure that no metal object comes into contact with the terminals when the front panel is open.
4 Use VOLUME to adjust the sound level. Rotate to increase or decrease the volume. 5
# You cannot select a folder that does not have an MP3/WMA/WAV file recorded in it. # To return to folder 01 (ROOT), press and hold BAND. However, if folder 01 (ROOT) contains no files, playback commences with folder 02.
Press a or b to select a folder.
# This is fast forward and reverse operation only for the file being played. This operation is canceled when the previous or next file is reached. # If you select the search method to ROUGH, pressing and holding c or d enables you to search every ten track in the current folder. (Refer to Selecting the search method on page 21.)
6 To perform fast forward or reverse, press and hold c or d.
# After a CD-ROM has been inserted, press SOURCE to select the built-in CD player.
2 Insert a CD-ROM into the CD loading slot. Playback will automatically start.
7 To skip back or forward to another track, press c or d. Pressing d skips to the start of the next track. Pressing c once skips to the start of the current track. Pressing again will skip to the previous track.
Notes ! When playing discs with MP3/WMA/WAV files and audio data (CD-DA) such as CD-EXTRA and MIXED-MODE CDs, both types can be played only by switching mode between MP3/ WMA/WAV and CD-DA with BAND. ! If you have switched between playback of MP3/WMA/WAV files and audio data (CD-DA), playback starts at the first track on the disc. ! The built-in CD player can play back an MP3/ WMA/WAV file recorded on CD-ROM. (Refer to page 38 for files that can be played back.) ! Do not insert anything other than a CD into the CD loading slot. ! There is sometimes a delay between starting up playback and the sound being issued. This is particularly the case when playing back multi-session and many folders. When being read in, FRMTREAD is displayed. ! If you cannot insert a disc completely or if after you insert a disc the disc does not play, check that the label side of the disc is up. Press EJECT to eject the disc, and check the disc for damage before inserting the disc again. ! Playback is carried out in order of file number. Folders are skipped if they contain no files. (If folder 01 (ROOT) contains no files, playback commences with folder 02.) ! When playing back files recorded as VBR (variable bit rate) files, the play time will not be correctly displayed if fast forward or reverse operations are used. ! If inserted disc contains no files that can be played back, NO AUDIO is displayed. ! If the inserted disc contains WMA files that are protected by digital rights management (DRM) , SKIPPED is displayed while the protected file is skipped. ! If all the files on the inserted disc are secured by DRM, PROTECT is displayed. ! There is no sound on fast forward or reverse. ! If the built-in CD player does not operate properly, an error message such as ERROR-11

2 Press FUNCTION and hold until TITLE IN appears in the display, then press FUNCTION to select ITS. After TITLE IN is displayed, press FUNCTION repeatedly, the following functions appear in the display: TITLE IN (disc title input)ITS (ITS programming) 3 Select a desired track by pressing c or d. 4 Press a to store the currently playing track in the playlist. ITS IN is displayed briefly and the currently playing selection is added to your playlist. The display then shows ITS again. 5 Press BAND to return to the playback display.
Note After data for 100 discs has been stored in memory, data for a new disc will overwrite the oldest one.
# If no tracks in the current range are programmed for ITS play then EMPTY is displayed.
4 Press b to turn ITS play off. ITS-P:OFF appears in the display. Playback will continue in normal order from the currently playing track and CD.
Erasing a track from your ITS playlist
When you want to delete a track from your ITS playlist, you can if ITS play is on. If ITS play is already on, skip to step 2. If ITS play is not already on, press FUNCTION. 1 Play a CD you want to delete a track from your ITS playlist, and turn ITS play on. Refer to Playback from your ITS playlist on this page. 2 Press FUNCTION and hold until TITLE IN appears in the display, then press FUNCTION to select ITS. After TITLE IN is displayed, press FUNCTION until ITS appears in the display. 3 Select a desired track by pressing c or d. 4 Press b to erase a track from your ITS playlist. The currently playing selection is erased from your ITS playlist and playback of the next track from your ITS playlist begins.
# If there are no tracks from your playlist in the current range, EMPTY is displayed and normal play resumes.
Playback from your ITS playlist
ITS play lets you listen to the tracks that you have entered into your ITS playlist. When you turn on ITS play, tracks from your ITS playlist in the multi-CD player will begin to play. 1 Select the repeat range. Refer to Repeating play on page 25. 2 Press FUNCTION to select ITS-P. Press FUNCTION until ITS-P appears in the display. 3 Press a to turn ITS play on. ITS-P:ON appears in the display. Playback begins of those tracks from your playlist within the previously selected MCD or DSC ranges.
5 Press BAND to return to the playback display.
Erasing a CD from your ITS playlist
When you want to delete all tracks of a CD from your ITS playlist, you can if ITS play is off. 1 Play a CD that you want to delete. Press a or b to select a CD. 2 Press FUNCTION and hold until TITLE IN appears in the display, then press FUNCTION to select ITS. After TITLE IN is displayed, press FUNCTION until ITS appears in the display. 3 Press b to erase all tracks on the currently playing CD from your ITS playlist. All tracks on the currently playing CD are erased from your playlist and ITS CLR is displayed. 4 Press BAND to return to the playback display.

Setting the FM tuning step
The FM tuning step employed by seek tuning can be switched between 100 kHz, the preset step, and 50 kHz. 1 Press FUNCTION to select FM. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until FM appears in the display. 2 Press c or d to select the FM tuning step. Pressing c or d will switch the FM tuning step between 100 kHz and 50 kHz. The selected FM tuning step will appear in the display.
Note If seek tuning is performed in 50 kHz steps, stations may be tuned in imprecisely. Tune in the stations with manual tuning or use seek tuning again.

Setting the clock

Use these instructions to set the clock. 1 Press FUNCTION to select clock. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until clock appears in the display.
Setting the AM tuning step
The AM tuning step can be switched between 9 kHz, the preset step, and 10 kHz. When using the tuner in North, Central or South America, reset the tuning step from 9 kHz (531 1,602 kHz allowable) to 10 kHz (530 1,640 kHz allowable). 1 Press FUNCTION to select AM. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until AM appears in the display. 2 Press c or d to select the AM tuning step. Pressing c or d will switch the AM tuning step between 9 kHz and 10 kHz. The selected AM tuning step will appear in the display.
1 Press FUNCTION to select AUX. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until AUX appears in the display. 2 Press a or b to turn AUX on or off. Pressing a or b will turn AUX on or off and that status will be displayed (e.g., AUX :ON).
Switching the warning tone
If the front panel is not detached from the head unit within five seconds of turning off the ignition, a warning tone will sound. You can turn off the warning tone. 1 Press FUNCTION to select WARN. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until WARN appears in the display. 2 Press a or b to turn WARN on or off. Pressing a or b will turn WARN on or off and that status will be displayed (e.g., WARN :ON).
Switching the auxiliary setting
It is possible to use auxiliary equipment with this unit. Activate the auxiliary setting when using auxiliary equipment connected to this unit.

Other Functions

Turning the clock display on or off
You can turn the clock display on or off. % Press CLOCK to turn the clock display on or off. Each press of CLOCK turns the clock display on or off.
1 After you have selected AUX as the source, press FUNCTION and hold until TITLE IN appears in the display. 2 Press a or b to select a letter of the alphabet. Each press of a will display a letter of the alphabet in A B C. X Y Z, numbers and symbols in 3. > [ ] order. Each press of b will display a letter in the reverse order, such as Z Y X. C B A order.
# The clock display disappears temporarily when you perform other operations, but the clock display appears again after 25 seconds. Note Even when the sources are off, the clock display appears on the display. Pressing CLOCK turns the clock display on or off.

Using the AUX source

An IP-BUS-RCA Interconnector such as the CD-RB20/CD-RB10 (sold separately) lets you connect this unit to auxiliary equipment featuring RCA output. For more details, refer to the IP-BUS-RCA Interconnector owners manual.
3 Press d to move the cursor to the next character position. When the letter you want is displayed, press d to move the cursor to the next position and then select the next letter. Press c to move backwards in the display. 4 Move the cursor to the last position by pressing d after entering the title. When you press d one more time, the entered title is stored in memory. 5 Press BAND to return to the playback display.
Selecting AUX as the source
% Press SOURCE to select AUX as the source. Press SOURCE until AUX appears in the display.
# If the auxiliary setting is not turned on, AUX cannot be selected. For more details, see Switching the auxiliary setting on the previous page.

Setting the AUX title

The title displayed for the AUX source can be changed.

Appendix

Additional Information
Understanding built-in CD player error messages
When problems occur during CD play an error message may appear on the display. If an error message appears on the display refer to the table below to see what the problem is and the suggested method of correcting the problem. If the error cannot be corrected, contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer Service Center.
Message Cause Action Clean disc. Replace disc. Turn the ignition ON and OFF, or switch to a different source, then back to the CD player.
! Use only normal, round CDs. If you insert irregular, non-round, shaped CDs they may jam in the CD player or not play properly.
ERROR-11, 12, Dirty disc 17, 30 ERROR-11, 12, Scratched disc 17, 30 ERROR-10, 11, Electrical or me12, 17, 30, A0 chanical
! Check all CDs for cracks, scratches or warped discs before playing. CDs that have cracks, scratches or are warped may not play properly. Do not use such discs. ! Avoid touching the recorded (non-printed side) surface when handling the disc. ! Store discs in their cases when not in use. ! Keep discs out of direct sunlight and do not expose the discs to high temperatures. ! Do not attach labels, write on or apply chemicals to the surface of the discs. ! To clean dirt from a CD, wipe the disc with a soft cloth outward from the center of the disc.

ERROR-22, 23

The CD format Replace disc. cannot be played back All tracks are skip tracks CD player overheated Replace disc. Turn off the CD player until the CD player cools down.

ERROR-44 HEAT

CD player and care
! Use only CDs that have either of the two Compact Disc Digital Audio marks as shown below.
! If the heater is used in cold weather, moisture may form on components inside the CD player. Condensation may cause the CD player to not operate properly. If you think that condensation is a problem turn off the CD player for an hour or so to allow the CD player to dry out and wipe any damp discs with a soft cloth to remove the moisture. ! Road shocks may interrupt CD playback.

CD-R/CD-RW discs

! When CD-R/CD-RW discs are used, playback is possible only for discs which have been finalized. ! It may not be possible to play back CD-R/ CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD recorder or a personal computer because of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on the disc, or dirt, condensation, etc. on the lens of this unit. ! Playback of discs recorded on a personal computer may not be possible depending on the application settings and the environment. Please record with the correct format. (For details, contact the manufacturer of the application.) ! Playback of CD-R/CD-RW discs may become impossible in case of direct exposure to sunlight, high temperatures, or the storage conditions in the car. ! Titles and other text information recorded on a CD-R/CD-RW disc may not be displayed by this unit (in the case of audio data (CD-DA)). ! This unit conforms to the track skip function of the CD-R/CD-RW disc. The tracks containing the track skip information are skipped automatically (in case of audio data (CD-DA)). ! If you insert a CD-RW disc into this unit, time to playback will be longer than when you insert a conventional CD or CD-R disc. ! Read the precautions with CD-R/CD-RW discs before using them. ! ! ! ! !

MP3, WMA and WAV files

! MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer 3 and refers to an audio compression technology standard. ! WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology that is developed by Microsoft Cor!
poration. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 7 or later. This unit plays back WMA files encoded by Windows Media Player version 7, 7.1, 8 and 9. WAV is short for waveform. It is a standard audio file format for Windows. With some applications used to encode WMA files, this unit may not operate correctly. With some applications used to encode WMA files, album names and other text information may not be correctly displayed. This unit allows playback of MP3/WMA/ WAV files on CD-ROM, CD-R and CD-RW discs. Disc recordings compatible with level 1 and level 2 of ISO9660 and with the Romeo and Joliet file system can be played back. It is possible to play back multi-session compatible recorded discs. MP3/WMA/WAV files are not compatible with packet write data transfer. The max. number of characters which can be displayed for a file name, including the extension (.mp3,.wma or.wav), is 64 characters from the first character. The max. number of characters which can be displayed for a folder name is 64 characters. In case of files recorded according to the Romeo and Joliet file system, only the first 64 characters can be displayed. When playing discs with MP3/WMA/WAV files and audio data (CD-DA) such as CDEXTRA and MIXED-MODE CDs, both types can be played only by switching mode between MP3/WMA/WAV and CD-DA. The folder selection sequence for playback and other operations becomes the writing sequence used by the writing software. For this reason, the expected sequence at the time of playback may not coincide with the actual playback sequence. However, there

Bit rate This expresses data volume per second, or bps units (bits per second). The higher the rate, the more information is available to reproduce the sound. Using the same encoding method (such as MP3), the higher the rate, the better the sound. ID3 tag This is a method of embedding track-related information in an MP3 file. This embedded information can include the track title, the artists name, the album title, the music genre, the year of production, comments and other data. The contents can be freely edited using software with ID3 Tag editing functions. Although the tags are restricted to the number of characters, the information can be viewed when the track is played back. ISO9660 format This is the international standard for the format logic of CD-ROM folders and files. For the ISO9660 format, there are regulations for the following two levels. Level 1: The file name is in 8.3 format (the name consists of up to 8 characters, half-byte English capital letters and half-byte numerals and the _ sign, with a file-extension of three characters.) Level 2: The file name can have up to 31 characters (including the separation mark. and a file extension). Each folder contains less than 8 hierarchies. Extended formats Joliet: File names can have up to 64 characters. Romeo: File names can have up to 128 characters.
Linear PCM (LPCM)/Pulse code modulation This stands for linear pulse code modulation, which is the signal recording system used for music CDs and DVDs. m3u Playlists created using the WINAMP software have a playlist file extension (.m3u). MP3 MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer 3. It is an audio compression standard set by a working group (MPEG) of the ISO (International Standards Organization). MP3 is able to compress audio data to about 1/10th the level of a conventional disc. MS ADPCM This stands for Microsoft adaptive differential pulse code modulation, which is the signal recording system used for the multimedia software of Microsoft Corporation. Multi-session Multi-session is a recording method that allows additional data to be recorded later. When recording data on a CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW, etc., all data from beginning to end is treated as a single unit or session. Multi-session is a method of recording more than 2 sessions in one disc. Number of quantization bits The number of quantization bits is one factor in the overall sound quality; the higher the bit-depth, the better the sound quality. However, increasing the bit-depth also increases the amount of data and therefore storage space required.

Packet write This is a general term for a method of writing on CD-R, etc. at the time required for a file, just as is done with files on floppy or hard discs. VBR VBR is short for variable bit rate. Generally speaking CBR (constant bit rate) is more widely used. But to flexibly adjust the bit rate according to the needs of audio compression, it is possible to achieve compression priorities sound quality. WAV WAV is short for waveform. It is a standard audio file format for Windows. WMA WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology that is developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 7 or later. Microsoft, Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Specifications

General
Rated power source.. 14.4 V DC (allowable voltage range: 12.0 14.4 V DC) Grounding system. Negative type Max. current consumption... 10.0 A Dimensions (W H D): DIN Chassis. 157 mm Nose.. 19 mm D Chassis. 162 mm Nose.. 14 mm Weight.. 1.4 kg
System.. Compact disc audio system Usable discs.. Compact disc Signal format: Sampling frequency.. 44.1 kHz Number of quantization bits.. 16; linear Frequency characteristics. 5 20,000 Hz (1 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio.. 94 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network) Dynamic range.. 92 dB (1 kHz) Number of channels. 2 (stereo) MP3 decoding format. MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3 WMA decoding format. Ver. 7, 8 & 9 WAV signal format. Linear PCM & MS ADPCM

CD player

Continuous power output is 22 W per channel minimum into 4 ohms, both channels driven 50 to 15,000 Hz with no more than 5% THD. Maximum power output. 50 W 4 Load impedance.. 4 W (W allowable) Preout max output level/output impedance... 2.2 V/1 kW Equalizer (3-Band Parametric Equalizer): Low Frequency. 40/80/100/160 Hz Q Factor.. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB when boosted) Gain.. 12dB Mid Frequency. 200/500/1k/2k Hz Q Factor.. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB when boosted) Gain.. 12dB High Frequency. 3.15k/8k/10k/12.5k Hz Q Factor.. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB when boosted) Gain.. 12dB Loudness contour Low.. +3.5 dB (100 Hz), +3 dB (10 kHz) Mid.. +10 dB (100 Hz), +6.5 dB (10 kHz) High.. +11 dB (100 Hz), +11 dB (10 kHz) (volume: 30 dB)
Frequency range.. 87.5 108.0 MHz Usable sensitivity. 8 dBf (0.7 V/75 W, mono, S/N: 30 dB) 50 dB quieting sensitivity.. 10 dBf (0.9 V/75 W, mono) Signal-to-noise ratio.. 75 dB (IEC-A network) Distortion.. 0.3 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz, stereo) 0.1 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz, mono) Frequency response.. 30 15,000 Hz (3 dB) Stereo separation.. 45 dB (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz)

FM tuner

AM tuner
Frequency range.. 531 1,602 kHz (9 kHz) 530 1,640 kHz (10 kHz) Usable sensitivity. 18 V (S/N: 20 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio.. 65 dB (IEC-A network)

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Installation

Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily, making sure it is all connected up properly, and the unit and the system work properly. Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions. Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other modifications of the vehicle. Install the unit where it does not get in the drivers way and cannot injure the passenger if there is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop. The semiconductor laser will be damaged if it overheats, so dont install the unit anywhere hot for instance, near a heater outlet. If installation angle exceeds 60 from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum performance. (Fig. 1) When installing, to ensure proper heat dispersal when using this unit, make sure you leave ample space behind the rear panel and wrap any loose cables so they are not blocking the vents.

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Removing the Unit (Fig. 3) (Fig. 4)
5. Frame 6. Insert the release pin into the hole in the bottom of the frame and pull out to remove the frame. (When reattaching the frame, point the side with a groove downwards and attach it.) 7. Insert the supplied extraction keys into the unit, as shown in the figure, until they click into place. Keeping the keys pressed against the sides of the unit, pull the unit out.

INSTALLATION MANUAL

DEH-P4690MP DEH-P4650MP

DIN Rear-mount

Installation using the screw holes on the side of the unit (Fig. 5) (Fig. 6) (Fig. 7) 1. Remove the frame.
8. Frame 9. Insert the release pin into the hole in the bottom of the frame and pull out to remove the frame. (When reattaching the frame, point the side with a groove downwards and attach it.)

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DIN Front/Rear-mount

This unit can be properly installed either from Front (conventional DIN Front-mount) or Rear (DIN Rear-mount installation, utilizing threaded screw holes at the sides of unit chassis). For details, refer to the following illustrated installation methods.
2. Fastening the unit to the factory radio mounting bracket.
10. Select a position where the screw holes of the bracket and the screw holes of the head unit become aligned (are fitted), and tighten the screws at 2 places on each side. Use either truss screws (mm) or flush surface screws (mm), depending on the shape of the screw holes in the bracket. 11. Screw 12. Factory radio mounting bracket 13. Dashboard or Console
This product conforms to new cord colors. Los colores de los cables de este producto se conforman con un nuevo cdigo de colores. As cores dos fios deste produto seguem um novo padro de cores.

DIN Front-mount

Installation with the rubber bush (Fig. 2)
1. Dashboard 2. Holder After inserting the holder into the dashboard, then select the appropriate tabs according to the thickness of the dashboard material and bend them. (Install as firmly as possible using the top and bottom tabs. To secure, bend the tabs 90 degrees.) 3. Rubber bush 4. Screw

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Instalacin

Antes de finalmente instalar la unidad, conecte el cableado temporalmente y asegrese de que todo est conectado correctamente y que la unidad y el sistema funcionan debidamente. Utilice slo las piezas que se incluyen con esta unidad para asegurar la instalacin adecuada. El uso de piezas no autorizadas podra causar fallos de funcionamiento. Consulte con su distribuidor si la instalacin requiere del taladro de orificios u otras modificaciones del vehculo. Instale la unidad donde no alcance el espacio del conductor, y donde no pueda daar a los pasajeros si sucediera un paro repentino, como una detencin de emergencia. El semiconductor lser se daar si se sobrecalienta, por eso no instale la unidad en un lugar caliente por ejemplo, cerca de la salida de un calefactor. Si el ngulo de la instalacin excede los 60 del lado horizontal, la unidad podra no brindar su ptimo funcionamiento (Fig. 1). Cuando instale, para asegurar la dispersin apropiada del calor cuando utilice la unidad, asegrese de dejar un amplio espacio detrs del panel trasero y de enrollar cualesquiera cables sueltos de modo que no bloqueen las aberturas de ventilacin.

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Instalacin con tope de goma (Fig. 2)
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Montagem dianteira DIN

Instalao com uma bucha de borracha (Fig. 2)
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Connecting the Units

1. This product 2. Rear output 11. Connecting cords with RCA pin plugs (sold separately) 12. Power amp (sold separately) 4. IP-BUS input (Blue) 10. Fuse 3. Antenna jack 6. IP-BUS cable 5. Multi-CD player (sold separately) This unit is for vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding. Before installing it in a recreational vehicle, truck, or bus, check the battery voltage. To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be sure to disconnect the battery cable before beginning installation. Refer to the owners manual for details on connecting the power amp and other units, then make connections correctly. Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhesive tape. To protect the wiring, wrap adhesive tape around them where they lie against metal parts. Route and secure all wiring so it cannot touch any moving parts, such as the gear shift, handbrake and seat rails. Do not route wiring in places that get hot, such as near the heater outlet. If the insulation of the wiring melts or gets torn, there is a danger of the wiring short-circuiting to the vehicle body. Dont pass the yellow lead through a hole into the engine compartment to connect to the battery. This will damage the lead insulation and cause a very dangerous short. Do not shorten any leads. If you do, the protection circuit may fail to work when it should. Never feed power to other equipment by cutting the insulation of the power supply lead of the unit and tapping into the lead. The current capacity of the lead will be exceeded, causing overheating. When replacing fuse, be sure to use only fuse of the rating prescribed on the fuse holder. Since a unique BPTL circuit is employed, never wire so the speaker leads are directly grounded or the left and right speaker leads are common. Speakers connected to this unit must be highpower types with minimum rating of 50 W and impedance of 4 to 8 ohms. Connecting speakers with output and/or impedance values other than those noted here may result in the speakers catching fire, emitting smoke, or becoming damaged. When this products source is switched ON, a control signal is output through the blue/white lead. Connect to an external power amps system remote control or the cars Auto-antenna relay control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). If the car features a glass antenna, connect to the antenna booster power supply terminal. When an external power amp is being used with this system, be sure not to connect the blue/white lead to the amps power terminal. Likewise, do not connect the blue/white lead to the power terminal of the auto-antenna. Such connection could cause excessive current drain and malfunction. To avoid short-circuiting, cover the disconnected lead with insulating tape. Especially, insulate the unused speaker leads without fail. There is a possibility of short-circuiting if the leads are not insulated. To prevent incorrect connection, the input side of the IP-BUS connector is blue, and the output side is black. Connect the connectors of the same colors correctly. If this unit is installed in a vehicle that does not have an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch, the red lead of the unit should be connected to a terminal coupled with ignition switch ON/OFF operations. If this is not done, the vehicle battery may be drained when you are away from the vehicle for several hours.

Connection Diagram (Fig. 8)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. This product Rear output Antenna jack IP-BUS input (Blue) Multi-CD player (sold separately) IP-BUS cable Yellow To terminal always supplied with power regardless of ignition switch position. 8. Red To electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (12 V DC) ON/OFF. 9. Black (ground) To vehicle (metal) body. 10. Fuse 11. Connecting cords with RCA pin plugs (sold separately) 12. Power amp (sold separately) 13. Blue/white To system control terminal of the power amp or Auto-antenna relay control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). 14. System remote control 15. Front speaker 16. White 17. White/black 18. Gray 19. Gray/black 20. Left 21. Right 22. Rear speaker 23. Green 24. Green/black 25. Violet 26. Violet/black 27. Rear speaker 28. With a 2 speaker system, do not connect anything to the speaker leads that are not connected to speakers. 29. Perform these connections when using the optional amplifier.
13. Blue/white To system control terminal of the power amp or Auto-antenna relay control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). 14. System remote control
16. White 15. Front speaker 7. Yellow To terminal always supplied with power regardless of ignition switch position. 17. White/black 20. Left 23. Green 22. Rear speaker 8. Red To electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (12 V DC) ON/OFF. 9. Black (ground) To vehicle (metal) body. 28. With a 2 speaker system, do not connect anything to the speaker leads that are not connected to speakers. 24. Green/black
18. Gray 15. Front speaker
21. Right 25. Violet 22. Rear speaker 26. Violet/black

ACC position

No ACC position
27. Rear speaker 27. Rear speaker
The black lead is ground. Please ground this lead separately from the ground of high-current products such as power amps. If you ground the products together and the ground becomes detached, there is a risk of damage to the products or fire. Cords for this product and those for other products may be different colors even if they have the same function. When connecting this product to another product, refer to the supplied manuals of both products and connect cords that have the same function.
29. Perform these connections when using the optional amplifier.

 

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