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Pioneer Avic-S2Pioneer AVIC-S2 - Automotive GPS receiver - TFT - 320 x 240 - color

6.3 oz, 4.1″ x 0.7″ x 3.5″, Built-in antenna

In a package equivalent to the size of a wallet, users get map coverage of the entire U.S. and Canada along with 1.7 million restaurants, shopping centers and other points of interest via the TeleAtlas database preloaded in the included 1 GB SD card. A built-in SiRF Star III GPS module and antenna make the system more accurate so drivers get where they need to go without stopping to ask for directions. The 3.5-inch touch panel provides a colorful and easy to read map. Innovative graphical user i... Read more
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Comments to date: 4. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Fortinbras 11:33pm on Monday, October 4th, 2010 
Have Tried other GPS Units . Recalulates Quickly . Wish it could upgrade Voices .
ooounohu 1:02pm on Thursday, September 16th, 2010 
Horrible DO NOT BUY! Unit does nothing but freeze and need to be restarted. I had to reset the unit out of the box several times.
ElliottLake 6:42pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 
Have Tried other GPS Units . This Model Is More Reponsive than Other Brands Out There , only Paid $99.99 Was a return , and resold as a Used unit . I have found the AVIC-S2 to be very good, accurate and easy to use. Bluetooth works well also. The voice guidance is clear and easy to understand. This is also my first GPS unit. Easy to use and set up. Not to sure if you can update map, found alot of missing addresses.
sandralk 9:05pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010 
I bought this one for my Armada and the size just works perfect with the truck. Big Screen Odd shaped support base

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System User Manual

R00 (NA) Trademarks The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Note The information in this document is subject to change without notice.

Table of Contents

Notice....iii 1 Getting Started...1
1.1 Understanding Hardware Features... 1 Front Components.... 1 Back Components.... 2 Right-Side Components... 3 Top Components... 4 Bottom Components... 4 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery. 5 Performing the Initial Startup... 6 Turning Your Device On and Off.. 7 Main Menu.... 7 Navigating on the Screen... 8 Using a SD Card... 9 Attaching and Detaching the Device.. 10
1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8

Audio Player...11

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Starting and Exiting Audio Player.. 11 Playing MP3 Files... 12 Playback Controls... 13 Using the Play Lists... 14 Saving All-songs Play List... 14 Creating Your Own Play List... 14 Opening a Play List... 15 Equalizer... 16


3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Starting and Exiting Settings... 17 Backlight... 18 Screen... 19 Power.... 20

3.5 3.6

Date & Time... 21 Change Language... 23

Bluetooth HF Phone...25

4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 About Bluetooth HF Phone.. 25 Connecting a Bluetooth Mobile Phone.. 25 Starting Bluetooth Mobile Phone... 26 Placing a Call... 26 Keypad... 27 Contacts... 27 Call History... 28 Redial.... 29 4.5 Operations During a Call... 30 4.6 Receiving a Call... 31 4.7 Connecting to a Paired Phone.. 32 4.8 Initiating Pair Mode... 33 4.9 Closing Bluetooth HF Phone... 33 4.10 Ending the Bluetooth Connection.. 33
Troubleshooting and Maintenance..34
5.1 5.2 Resetting Your System... 34 Troubleshooting... 35 Power Problems... 35 Screen Problems.... 35 GPS Problems... 36 Maintaining Your Device... 37


Before using this product, read Important Information for the User (a separate manual) which contains warnings, cautions, and other important information that you have to follow. This manual provides System and Bluetooth information. For information on the GPS navigation software, see the Operation Manual.

Getting Started

1.1 Understanding Hardware Features

Front Components

Component Touch Screen
Description Displays the output of your device. Touch the screen with your fingertip to select menu commands or enter information. Flashes in blue to indicate that the Bluetooth is in searching and pairing mode. Glows in blue when connecting to a Bluetooth mobile phone.

Bluetooth Indicator

Map Button
Press briefly to switch between Route Information and Detail Information.
Press for 2 seconds to switch between Map mode and Cockpit mode. Scroll Wheel Menu Button Adjusts the volume by rotating the wheel. Opens the Main Menu by pressing briefly.

Back Components

Component Speaker External GPS Antenna
Description For voice prompts, system operation tone, and hands free dial voice. This connector (under rubber dust cover) allows use of an external GPS antenna which may be positioned on top of the car for better signal reception in areas with poor reception. Contact Pioneer Support for recommendations on available third party products. Restarts your device (soft reset). The main power/battery cutoff switch. Please leave the switch in the ON position for normal operation.
Reset Button ON/OFF Switch

Right-Side Components

Component SD Slot Mini-USB Connector Headphone Connector
Description Accepts the SD (Secure Digital) card for map data, MP3 files and future software updates. Connects to the Cigar lighter socket, AC adapter or USB cable. Connects to stereo headphones.

Top Components

Component Power Button
Description Turns the device on and off by pressing for at least 2 seconds.
Power Indicator Glows bright amber to indicate that the battery is charging, and turns green when the battery is fully charged.

Bottom Components

Component Microphone
Description For Bluetooth hands-free calling.
1.2 Connecting to AC Power and Charging the Battery
Please fully charge your device before using it for the very first time. 1. Connect the AC adapter cable to the mini-USB connector on your device ( ). 2. Connect one end of the power cable to the AC adapter ( ) and the other end to a wall outlet ( ).
The power indicator glows amber when charging is in progress. Do not disconnect your device from AC power until the battery is fully charged. The power indicator will turn green. It may take several hours to fully charge.
CAUTION: For optimal performance of the lithium battery, take note of the following: Do not charge the battery where the temperature is high (e.g. in direct sunlight). Unlike other rechargeable batteries, there is no need to fully discharge the lithium battery before recharging. If you will not use the product for a long period of time, be sure to fully recharge the battery at least once every two weeks. Over discharge of the lithium battery can affect the charging performance.

1.3 Performing the Initial Startup
1. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
2. The language setting screen appears. You can tap the left/right arrow to select a language. Then, tap. 3. The date/time setting screen appears. Tap the appropriate arrow button to select the time zone, date, and time. Then, tap. 4. The Main Menu appears.
1.4 Turning Your Device On and Off
Press and hold the power button for at least 2 seconds to turn on and off your device.
When you press the power button to turn off the unit, your device actually enters into a suspend state and the system stops operating. Once you turn on the system again, it resumes from the same screen you left off at.

1.5 Main Menu

The Main Menu is your starting place for various tasks. Tap a button to start a task or open another menu.
You can access the Main Menu at any time by pressing the MENU button on your device.
Button Name Navigation Audio Player Bluetooth
Description Starts the navigation software. Plays MP3 music. Starts the Bluetooth HF (Hands-free) Phone program.
For Detailed Information See the Operation Manual supplied with the software. Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4
System Setting Customizes the system settings.
1.6 Navigating on the Screen
To navigate and select objects on the screen, simply use your finger and touch the screen. The following are possible via touch screen: Tap Touch the screen once with your finger to open items or select options. Drag Hold your finger on the screen and drag up/down/left/right or across the screen. Tap and hold Tap and hold your finger until an action is complete, or a result or menu is shown.

1.7 Using a SD Card

NOTE: Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.
Your device features a SD slot where you can insert the Secure Digital storage card used for map data, storing MP3 files on your own SD card, and future software and application updates. To use a SD card, insert it into the slot, with the connector pointing toward the slot and its label facing the front of the device.
To remove a card, first make sure that no application is accessing the card, and then slightly push the top edge of the card to release it and then pull it out of the slot.

1.8 Attaching and Detaching the Device
To attach the unit to the holder and bracket, insert the unit into the holder bottom first and then press firmly at the top, near the Pioneer logo. The unit should lock securely into the holder.
Press down on the lever at the top of the holder to release and detach the unit. Please hold the unit securely while detaching to avoid damage.

Audio Player

2.1 Starting and Exiting Audio Player
Audio Player features: Playback of MP3 files Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous Playback includes single selection playback, repeat, single repeat, sampling playback, normal sequence and random sequence. 11 preset equalizer audio profiles Play list support Background music playback Tap the Audio Player button on the Main Menu to start the program. The control panel appears on the screen where you can easily control the player by tapping the control buttons.

To exit the program, tap

2.2 Playing MP3 Files
NOTE: Prolonged listening of music in maximum volume can damage the ears.
1. Insert a Secure Digital card stored with MP3 files into your device. 2. Tap the Audio Player button on the Main Menu to start the program. 3. The program will search for the MP3 files in the storage card. When MP3 files are detected, they will be added to the play list.
NOTE: You can create your own play lists for future playback. (See section 2.4 for details.)
4. To start playback, tap. To control playback, use the control buttons described in the next section.
You can exit the Audio Player while playing and playback will continue. To stop the music, go back to the Audio Player and tap.

2.3 Playback Controls

Control Button Name Play/Pause / Stop Previous/ Next Exit Play List Equalizer Playback Mode Stop playback. Play the previous or next file. Description Play or pause playback.
Close the program and return to the Main Menu. Open play list. (See Section 2.4 for more information.) Open the equalizer panel. (See Section 2.5 for more information.) This button cycles through the following modes: Repeated playback of all files in sequence Repeated playback of all files in random order. Sampling playback in sequence Sampling playback in random order Single playback of the current file Repeated playback of the current file Introduce the functions and operations of each button. When in the help screen, tap a button to see a description of the selected function at the bottom of the screen.

2.4 Using the Play Lists

Saving All-songs Play List
By default, the program automatically loads all MP3 files in the play list. You can directly save the current play list by tapping.
Creating Your Own Play List
You can also create your own play lists for future use. on the control panel to open the play list screen. 1. After starting MP3, tap The screen shows the current play list.

Add song

Back Remove current song from the list. Remove all songs from the list.
Save the play list. Open the list of play lists.
2. To add a song to the play list, tap songs.
. Select the folder containing your
3. A screen appears displaying all the MP3 files. Tap the song(s) you wish to add and then tap.
Add the selected song(s) to the play list.
Add all songs to the play list
4. To save the play list, tap
5. To return to the control panel, tap

Opening a Play List

To open one of the play lists that you have created: 1. After starting MP3, tap 2. Tap on the control panel.
to display all the play lists you have created.
3. Tap the play list you want to open and tap
Delete the selected play list.
Open the selected play list. Delete all the play lists.
4. To return to the control panel, tap

2.5 Equalizer

The program provides 11 preset audio profiles. Tap panel. to open the equalizer
Tap or to cycle through the available options: Default, Hall, 3D, Soft, Disco, Heavy, Dance, Jazz, Classic, Pop and Rock. to save your selection and return to the control panel. Tap Tap cancel your selection and return to the control panel. To select the Default profile, tap. to


3.1 Starting and Exiting Settings
You can customize the system settings such as backlight brightness and language. Once you change the settings, the new settings will remain until you change them again. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. The System Setting menu appears as shown below.
To exit System Setting, tap
The following sections describe the various buttons and their functions.

3.2 Backlight

1. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. 2. Tap the Backlight button.
3. Move the knob along the track bar to adjust the brightness of the backlight. To darken the backlight, move the knob to the left. To lighten the backlight, move the knob to the right.

4. Tap

to save the changes.

3.3 Screen

You can calibrate the touch screen if it is not responding accurately to your taps. 1. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. 2. Tap the Screen button.

3. Tap

to start the calibration.
4. Tap and hold the centre of the target.
5. When the target moves to another position, tap and hold the centre of the new target. Repeat each time to complete the calibration process. 6. When completed, tap.

3.4 Power

To check the remaining power level of your battery and/or set up the power saving feature: 1. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. 2. Tap the Power button.
3. The screen shows the remaining power of your battery. You can set a timer to automatically turn off your device when it is running on battery power and idle for a set period of time. The options include Never, 30 minutes, 20 minutes, and 10 minutes.

3.5 Date & Time

1. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. 2. Tap the Date & Time button.
3. To change the time zone, tap the left/right arrow in the Time Zone item.
4. To change the date, tap the down arrow in the Date item. A calendar pops up. Tap the left arrow on the calendar to go to the earlier month and year or the right arrow to the later month and year. Alternatively, you can tap the month or year on top of the calendar to directly change the month or year. When the calendar shows the current month, tap the date on the calendar.
5. To set the time, first tap the hour, minute, or second in the Time item and then tap the up arrow to increase or down arrow to decrease the value. 6. Tap to save the changes.

3.6 Change Language

1. Tap the System Setting button on the Main Menu. 2. Tap the Language button.
3. Tap the left/right arrow button to select the desired language.

Bluetooth HF Phone

4.1 About Bluetooth HF Phone
Your device can serve as a hands-free (HF) device for a Bluetooth mobile phone. After establishing the Bluetooth connection, you can tap your device to place and receive phone calls instead of picking up the mobile phone, and the built-in speakers and microphone can also be used for your conversation.
4.2 Connecting a Bluetooth Mobile Phone
To connect with a Bluetooth mobile phone for the first time: 1. Initiate the Bluetooth searching process on your mobile phone. You should see Pioneer AVIC-S2 in the device list after searching is completed. 2. On your mobile phone, select Pioneer AVIC-S2 to create the connection.
NOTE: For some mobile phones, you may need to tap and hold Pioneer AVIC-S2 and select Set as Hands-free from the pop-up menu to activate the connection.
3. On your mobile phone, use the 0000 default passkey to connect. 4. Your AVIC-S2 can now serve as a hands-free device for your mobile phone.
4.3 Starting Bluetooth Mobile Phone
1. Tap Bluetooth on the Main Menu.
2. The Bluetooth HF Phone main screen appears. The status bar at the bottom shows the name of the mobile phone connected.

4.4 Placing a Call

After pairing with your mobile phone, you can place a call using any of the four
Keypad, Contacts, buttons ( Redial) on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen. Call History, and


By tapping the Keypad button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen, you can enter the telephone number with the onscreen keypad. After entering the telephone number, tap to place the call.
Back Backspace Contacts Call History Call
NOTE: To delete the last digit entered, tap the The other two buttons allow you to switch to History screens.
Backspace button. Contacts and Call


If your mobile phone features the Bluetooth OPP (Object Push Profile), you can transfer contact data to the AVIC-S2. Once you have sent such information to your AVIC-S2, the information is available in the Contacts section of Bluetooth HF Phone.
NOTE: Not all phones or cellular service providers are capable of sending contact data to the AVIC-S2. See your cellular phone manual for more information.
To call a contact, tap the main screen.
Contacts button on the Bluetooth HF Phone

Back Index

Delete the selected contact.
Call the selected number.
Tap the desired contact and the phone number list appears. Tap the phone number to call and tap to call the selected phone number.

Call History

NOTE: Bluetooth HF Phone cannot access the call history stored in a connected mobile phone. It can only list the history of calls while the phone is connected to the AVIC-S2.
Tap the Call History button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen to display the recent incoming, outgoing, or missed calls together with information such as date, time, and duration of each call.




Call Delete Delete All
Tap the respective button ( Incoming, Outgoing, or Missed) to view the last 20 calls of the selected type. With an item selected, you can tap the the button to delete the item. button. button to dial the number or
To clear all items in the current list, tap the


Tap the Redial button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen to dial the last number you called.


4.5 Operations During a Call
During a call, three functions are available:

Switch to mobile phone.

If you need to input other numbers, such as an extension number, tap to open the keypad and tap the digits. The keypad will close when you tap the button again or when there has been no input for 5 seconds. Tap the Mute button to mute your sound so that the other party cannot hear you. To end the mute mode, tap the same button again. Tap the
Ignore button to end the call.
Tap the Transfer button to switch the call to your mobile phone. To switch back to your device, tap the same button again.

4.6 Receiving a Call

When you have a call after pairing with a mobile phone, the device rings and displays the Incoming Call screen.


To accept the call, tap the To reject the call, tap the
Answer button. Ignore button. Mute button.
To mute the ring tone before receiving or rejecting, tap the
4.7 Connecting to a Paired Phone
Once you have established a Bluetooth connection with a mobile phone, it will be stored in your device. You can initiate the connection from your device. 1. Start Bluetooth HF Phone as described in section 4.3. 2. Tap the Connect button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen. Your device will search the last paired mobile phones for an available connection.
NOTE: Make sure that the mobile phone is in discoverable mode. Up to 8 sets of paired mobile phones can be stored. A 9th paired mobile phone will replace the oldest one. Once you reset or cold boot your device, you may not be able to find the last paired mobile phone available for the connection. You will need to start the connection all over again. (See section 4.2 for more information.)

4.8 Initiating Pair Mode

By tapping the Pair Mode button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen, you can manually set your device to Pair Mode. Within the duration of 60 seconds, you can initiate the pairing process on your mobile phone to discover your device as a hands-free device.

4.9 Closing Bluetooth HF Phone
To hide the Bluetooth HF Phone screen, tap the button on the Bluetooth HF Phone main screen. Bluetooth HF Phone is still running in the background.
4.10 Ending the Bluetooth Connection
When you turn off your device, the connection is ended. You can also end the connection from your mobile phone.
Troubleshooting and Maintenance Troubleshooting and Maintenance
This chapter gives solutions to common problems you may encounter. It also provides guidelines on how to take care of your device.
NOTE: If you encounter a problem you cannot solve, contact an authorized service center for assistance.
5.1 Resetting Your System
Occasionally, you may need to reset your device. For example, you should reset your system when it stops responding; or appears to be frozen or locked up. Use a pointed object (avoiding sharp objects) to press the reset button on your device. This is called a soft reset. If your device still does not respond after a soft reset, you can use the following steps to perform a hard reset.
1. Disconnect all cables, including the AC adapter, from your device. 2. Slide the ON/OFF switch to the OFF position.
3. Wait for 1 minute and then slide the switch back to the ON position.
4. Your device will perform the initial start up. (See Section 1.3 for information.)

5.2 Troubleshooting

Power Problems
Power does not turn on when using battery power
The remaining battery power may be too low to run your device. Connect the AC adapter to your device and then to AC power. Then, turn on your device.

Screen Problems

Screen is off
If the screen does not respond even after you press the power button, try the following in order until the problem is solved:
Connect the AC adapter to your device and to external AC power. Reset your system. (See Section 5.1 for information.)

Screen responds slowly

Make sure that your device is not running out of battery power. If the problem still exists, reset your system.

Screen freezes

Reset your system. (See Section 5.1 for information.)

Screen is hard to read

Make sure that the backlight of the display is on and if necessary adjust the brightness. On the Main Menu, tap System setting Backlight.

GPS Problems

When there are no valid signals available, consider the following: Make sure that the device is facing a clear view of the sky. Note that the GPS reception can be affected by: Bad weather Dense overhead obstacles (e.g. trees and tall buildings) Other wireless device in the car Reflective car window tint and heated screens.
5.3 Maintaining Your Device
Taking good care of your device will ensure trouble-free operation and reduce the risk of damage to your device. Keep your device away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures. Avoid exposing your device to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for extended periods of time. Do not place anything on top of your device or drop objects on your device. Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock. Do not subject your device to sudden and severe temperature changes. This could cause moisture and condensation build up inside the unit, which could damage your device. In the event of moisture or condensation, allow the device to dry out completely before use. Do not place heavy objects on top of this device. Use the provided Carrying Case when transporting the unit outside of the vehicle. The screen surface can easily be scratched. Avoid touching it with sharp objects. Non-adhesive generic screen protectors designed specifically for use on portable devices with LCD panels may be used to help protect the screen from minor scratches. Never clean your device with it powered on. Use a soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water to wipe the screen and the exterior of your device. Do not use paper towels to clean the screen. Never attempt to disassemble, repair or make any modifications to your device. Disassembly, modification or any attempt at repair could cause damage to your device and even bodily injury or property damage and will void any warranty. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the same compartment as your device, its parts or accessories.


5.1.2 Warn When Speeding... 51 Speeding tolerance... 51 Alternative speed limit... 52 Alternative speeding tolerance... 52 5.2 Map Color settings... 52 5.2.1 Daylight / Night color profile... 52 5.2.2 Automatic Night Colors... 53 5.3 Sound settings... 53 5.3.1 Click Sounds switch... 53 5.3.2 Dynamic Volume... 53 5.3.3 Attention Tone... 54 5.4 Route parameter settings... 54 5.4.1 Route... 54 Short... 54 Fast.... 54 Economical... 55 5.4.2 Vehicle... 55 5.4.3 Road types to include/exclude.. 55 Unpaved Roads... 55 Freeways.... 55 Ferries... 55 U-turns.... 55 Permit needed... 56 Toll Roads.... 56 5.4.4 Cross-border planning.. 56 Carpool lanes (for the USA map only).. 56 5.5 Language.... 56 5.5.1 Program language... 56 5.5.2 Voice language... 57 5.6 Advanced settings... 57 5.6.1 Regional settings... 57 Units... 57 Coordinate display format... 57 Set Date & Time Format... 58 5.6.2 Displayed information... 58 5.6.3 Smart Zoom... 58 Smart Zoom switch... 58 Enable Overview mode.. 59 Keep position on road (Lock-on-Road).. 59 5.6.4 Set Favorite Destinations... 59 5.6.5 User data management... 60 Backup Data... 60 Restore Data... 60 Clear Data.... 60 Reset Advanced Settings... 61 5.6.6 About screen.... Find your destination.... 62 6.1 Selection by tapping the map... 62 6.2 Using the Destination menu... 62 6.2.1 Find an Address, Street, Intersection or City.. 63 Selecting the city, state and country to search in.. 63 Selecting a street or the center of the settlement.. 66 Selecting a house number or the midpoint of the street. 67 How to select an intersection instead of a house number.. 68 6.2.2 Find in History... 68 6.2.3 Find Coordinates... 68 6.2.4 Find a POI... 69 6.2.5 Find one of the Favorites (Home/Office).. 71 Troubleshooting guide.... 72 Glossary... 74
1 Warnings and safety information
The features of this Navigation System are intended solely as an aid to you. It is not a substitute for your attentiveness, judgement, and care when driving or when otherwise operating this Navigation System. Do not operate this Navigation System if doing so in any way will divert your attention from the safe operation of your vehicle or other mode of transportation. Only a passenger should program/operate this Navigation System while a vehicle is moving. A driver should use voice guidance (when available) or glance at the screen only when it is necessary and safe to do so. If prolonged viewing of the screen or programming/operation of the unit is required by the driver, do so only when the vehicle is parked in a safe location. Always observe safe driving/operating rules and follow all existing traffic regulations. This Navigation System may in certain circumstances display inaccurate or incomplete information regarding your position, the distance of the objects shown on the screen, and compass directions. In addition, the system has certain limitations, including the inability to identify certain one-way streets, temporary traffic restrictions, road and weather conditions, traffic flow, and potentially unsafe driving areas. Recent changes to streets/highways also may not be reflected in this database. Please exercise your own careful judgement in the light of actual conditions and traffic laws/regulations. Before using your navigation system, be sure to read and fully understand the information provided in the "Important Information for the User" document. Read the entire User Manual before operating this navigation system.

2 General information

AVIC-S2 is a navigation system optimized for in-car use. It provides door-to-door navigation for both single and multi-point routes using adaptable route parameters. AVIC-S2 is capable of planning routes throughout the whole installed map set. Unlike some other products, AVIC-S2 does not require that you change maps or switch to a poorly detailed general map to navigate between map segments or countries. You always have complete freedom to go wherever you wish. Just select your destination and go. You do not need a stylus to use AVIC-S2. All screen buttons and controls are designed so that you can operate them with your fingertips. You can access all functions of the program by using hardware and screen buttons. With the help of these buttons you can travel through all the screens of the program. Most of the screens (especially menu functions and settings) can be accessed from several other screens, minimizing the number of actions needed to reach the desired function. When using AVIC-S2, you do not need to double tap or tap & hold the touch screen as these functions cannot be used reliably in a moving vehicle. A single tap triggers most of the screen controls. The only exceptions are drag & drop for moving the map, scaling it in Map mode (Page 28), or some Music Player functions. in the top left corner. This arrow Most of the screens have a Return button returns to the previous screen or directly to one of the map screens. Settings screens also have a Help button in the top right corner. This will show a detailed description of the current settings screen.
3 Operating AVIC-S2 (Controls)
AVIC-S2 is designed for easy operation. All controls are operable by fingertips. Wherever possible, pushbuttons and lists are provided to make accessing functions or changing settings as easy as possible.

3.1 Hardware buttons

There are only a few hardware buttons on your AVIC-S2. The majority of the AVIC-S2 functions can be accessed using the touch screen. The hardware buttons are the following:
3.1.1 Power on/off button
Hold this button for 3 seconds to turn the power of the AVIC-S2 on or off any time. If the device power is turned off while the navigation software is running, when you turn the device back on, the program will continue the navigation as soon as the built-in GPS determines the location again. While the device is switched off, the GPS will not work, no position will be calculated, track log will not be saved, and navigation will stop.

3.1.2 Menu button

Use this button to pause navigation, and return to the startup menu of your AVIC-S2 to run other applications. While using other applications, the GPS will continue providing the position, the track log will be continuously saved, and navigation will not stop. When you return to the navigation function, AVIC-S2 will continue the navigation as soon as the built-in GPS determines the location again.

3.1.3 Map button

To give easy access to the most important data screens during navigation, a hardware button is reserved for toggling between the Route Information screen and the Detailed Instructions page of the Itinerary. Alternatively, these screens can be accessed from the Route menu by the Info (Page 49) and Itinerary (Page 46) buttons respectively. As a secondary function press and hold this button for 3 seconds to toggle between the Cockpit and the Map screens (Page 24).
3.1.4 Volume setting scroll wheel
As in other applications of your AVIC-S2, this scroll wheel will adjust the master volume of AVIC-S2. Turn this wheel to make navigation and key sounds louder or to turn them down. When you use this control, the new master volume level will be displayed in the center of the screen for a few seconds.
3.2 Screen buttons and controls
The primary input for the AVIC-S2 is the touch screen. If you continue to read this manual, you will realize that most parts of the screen are not only used to display information but also to initiate functions by tapping. Below you will find a list of the most frequently used controls in the program.

3.2.1 List selectors

Some of the settings can be chosen from a short list of possible values. The current value is shown in a horizontal strip with arrows at both ends.
The arrows are buttons. Tap to move left in the list or tap to move right. You do not need to confirm your selection. As soon as you leave the screen, the selected value becomes effective.

3.2.2 Sliders

When a feature has several different unnamed (numeric) values, AVIC-S2 will show sliders that look like analog gauge to set the desired value.
If the value limits are not displayed at the ends of the slider, the leftmost position means the minimum value, while the rightmost position represents the maximum value. With most sliders you can check the current value on the left. This control can be operated in two ways. Either drag the handle to move the slider to its new position, or tap the slider where you want the handle to appear (the thumb jumps there immediately). As with the list selectors, there is no need to confirm your selection. As soon as you leave the screen, the selected value becomes effective.

If you are used to computer keyboards, you may consider trying one of the QWERTY-type keypads. QWERTY-type keyboards QWERTY-type keyboards have both letters and numbers on them. Their layout is the same as of the standard QWERTY, QWERTZ (German) and AZERTY (French) keyboards. To switch to your desired QWERTY-type keyboard, press the Keys button repeatedly until the appropriate keyboard appears.
The special keys described in the previous section are also available here. The numeric keyboard The numeric keyboard only contains numbers, on huge buttons. The special keys you find on the other keyboards (except Space) are available here as well.
Although QWERTY-type keyboards also contain number keys, when entering a house number, the program offers the more convenient numeric keypad.
4 Discovering the program through the screens
The best way to learn the different functions of the AVIC-S2 is to explore each screen in detail, and to find out how to move from one to another. Read this chapter for a guided tour.

4.1 The map

The most important and most frequently used screens of AVIC-S2 are the screens with the map (Map and Cockpit screens). The elements of the map are described here. For the controls and special functions of the map screen see Page 24. The current version of AVIC-S2 is intended only for in-vehicle navigation. That is why maps in AVIC-S2 look similar to paper roadmaps (when using daytime colors and 2D map mode). However, AVIC-S2 provides much more than regular paper maps can. The look and the contents can be changed.
4.1.1 2D and 3D map views
Besides the classical top down view of the map (called 2D mode), you have the ability to tilt the map to have a perspective view (3D mode) that gives a view similar to that seen through the windscreen with the ability to see far ahead.
It is easy to change between 2D and 3D modes. You have two options. You can use the Tilt up and down buttons (Page 27) to tilt the map seamlessly between 2D and all 3D angles, or you can use the switch in the Display menu (Page 38) to quickly switch between the two modes. Note: You may find that 2D mode is more useful in North-up Map mode when looking for a certain part of the map or an object to select as destination. On the 15
other hand, 3D mode in Track-up Cockpit mode with Smart Zoom is ideal for navigation. The description of these modes will come later in this manual. Note: 3D view is only useful for navigation. As you zoom out, the view angle will automatically be raised, until eventually it becomes 2D view. When you zoom back in, 3D view will gradually return.

4.1.2 Zoom levels

AVIC-S2 uses high quality vector maps that let you see the map at various zoom levels, always with optimized content. Street names and other text objects are always displayed with the same font size, never upside down, and you only see as many streets and objects as needed to find your way around the map. Zoom in and out to see how the map changes in either the 2D or 3D view.

Changing the scale of the map is very easy. Use the zoom icons (Page 26) on the map screens. Note: If you need to zoom out temporarily to locate your position on the map, use the Overview mode instead of zooming out/in. The Overview mode is a 2D North-up view that can be activated by tapping the compass button on the right (Page 29). Note: AVIC-S2 has a Smart Zoom function for navigation that automatically rotates, scales and tilts the map in 3D map mode to always give you the optimal view in your current situation. When approaching a turn, it will zoom in and raise the view angle to let you recognize your maneuver at the next junction. If the next turn is at a distance, it will zoom out and lower the view angle to flat in order to let you see the road in front of you.
4.1.3 Daylight and night color schemes
The different color schemes let you adjust AVIC-S2 to the brightness of the environment. Use the daylight and night color schemes accordingly. Daylight colors are similar to paper roadmaps, while the night color schemes use dark tints for large objects to keep the average brightness of the screen low, with carefully selected colors to still keep you informed about all the necessary information on the screen.
You can change between day and night views manually in the Display Menu (Page 39) or let AVIC-S2 do it automatically (Page 53) for you. Note: The automatic day/night mode is based upon the current date and GPS position by which AVIC-S2 calculates the exact sunrise and sunset times on the particular day at the particular location. Using that information AVIC-S2 can automatically switch between the color schemes a few minutes before sunrise, when the sky has already turned bright, and a few minutes after sunset before it gets dark. Tip: There are several daytime and night color schemes included with AVIC-S2. To select the one that suits your needs the best, make your selection in Settings (Page 52). Note: The colors mentioned and screenshots included in this manual refer to the default daytime and night color schemes. They may not look the same in the schemes you have chosen. Tip: If you use AVIC-S2 after sunrise or before sunset, look for the sun in the sky in the map background using a flat 3D view. It is displayed at its actual position to give you another way to orientate.

4.1.4 Streets and roads

The similarity of AVIC-S2 to paper roadmaps is also convenient when it comes to streets, the most important elements of the map concerning navigation. AVIC-S2 uses similar color codes to those you are accustomed to, and the width of the streets also refers to their importance, so it will not be difficult to tell a highway from a small street. Streets and roads have names or numbers for identification. Of course, this information can be displayed on the map. AVIC-S2 uses two different ways to show street labels. The conventional way is the same as a roadmap it displays the name

4.1.8 Visible POIs (Points of Interest)
AVIC-S2 comes with thousands of built-in POIs, and you can create your own POI database as well. Having all of them displayed on the map would make the map too
crowded. To avoid this, AVIC-S2 lets you select which POIs to show and which ones to hide (Page 39) using their categories and subcategories. POIs are represented by icons on the map. For a built-in POI it is the icon of the subcategory of the actual POI. For POIs you create, it is the icon you had chosen when you created the POI (it can be changed later). These icons are large enough to recognize the symbol, and semi-transparent so as not to cover the streets and junctions behind them.
When the map is zoomed out, the icons are not shown. As you zoom in, small dots appear at the locations of visible POIs. Zooming in further makes the full icons appear.
If two points are too close to each other so that icons overlap, a multi-POI icon is shown instead of individual ones. Zoom in more to see them separately. (Should the two POIs have the same icon, this icon will be displayed instead of the multi-POI icon.) Tip: Tap the map on or near a POI item to see the list of the names of the nearest POIs in a popup list, if it is enabled (Page 42). To see the details of a particular POI in the list, tap the blue i icon on the right. If you have too may POIs nearby, this list may not be complete. In the Cursor menu (Page 31) there is a button called POI that leads you to the screen of all nearby POI items. There you can open them one by one to see their details, and select any of them as a route point.
4.1.9 Elements of the Active Route
AVIC-S2 uses a multi-destination routing system in which you have a start point (your current location if GPS position is available), a destination, the line of the active leg of the route, and optionally via points and inactive legs. They are all shown on the map. The start point, via points and the destination These points are represented by flags. Animated turn guidance Animated arrows represent all route events other than the above-mentioned special points. These arrows show the direction in which you need to continue your journey. The active leg of the route The active leg is the section of the route you are currently driving. If you have not added any Via points, the whole route will be the active leg. When Via points are present, the active leg is the part leading from your location to the next via point. The active section is displayed in green. It is always the most conspicuous part of the map even when in the background of a 3D map view.

data if you are navigating (e.g. next street in your route, distance to travel, type of the next route event). This screen is typically used in 3D Track-up mode. There are several controls that function in a similar fashion on the two screens. They are described on the following pages. Map screen contents:

Cockpit screen contents:

No. 9 10
Display (Cockpit only) Turn preview n/a n/a n/a n/a Indicates that Lock to GPS position and heading is inactive Selected map point (Cursor) (Map only) Map scale n/a Map orientation and Overview Opens Route menu Zooms in (optional) Zooms out (optional) Tilts down (optional) Tilts up (optional)


Re-enables Lock-to-Position / Smart Zoom Opens Popup Info and Cursor menu Zooms in/out by dragging Menu (Find, Quick, Route, Main) Switches North-up, Track-up and Overview

No. 21

Display GPS position quality Battery status Sound on or muted Track Log recording or playback n/a (Cockpit only) Current street (Cockpit only) Travel and Route data** (Cockpit only) Distance to next turn*** (Cockpit only) Next street*** (Cockpit only) Approaching next turn**** n/a
Control Opens GPS Data screen Opens settings Enables/disables muting Opens Track Logs screen Opens Cursor menu Opens Route Information screen Opens Route Information screen n/a n/a n/a (Map only) Opens Cockpit screen
** Contents differ when a route is active *** Appears only when a route is active **** Appears only when a route is active and the next turn is near
4.3.1 Turn preview (No. 1)
On the Cockpit screen this field shows a graphic illustration of the next turn. For example when you approach a turn, an arrow will show whether it is a slight, normal or sharp turn. When showing a traffic circle, the number of the exit is also given in the picture.
This field also serves as a button. Tap it to get to the Route menu (Page 45).
4.3.2 Zoom in and out (No. 2 & 3)
These semi-transparent buttons are only displayed if "Zoom & Tilt" is enabled in the Display menu (Page 38).
Zoom will change the scale of the map. Zoom out shows a larger part of the map, while Zoom in shows a smaller part of the map in more detail. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary zooming for you when navigating (zooms out if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and zooms in when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming turn). If you manually change the zoom level, Smart Zoom will no longer scale the map by itself (automatic tilting and rotating remains active). You need to tap the Back button (Page 27) to return the zoom control to Smart Zoom.
4.3.3 Tilt up and down (No. 4 & 5)
This function modifies the vertical viewing angle of the map in 3D mode. You can change the angle in a wide range starting from a top down view (2D view is seamlessly integrated) all the way to a flat view that lets you see far ahead. The automatic Smart Zoom function will do the necessary tilting for you when navigating (gives a flat view if the next turn is at a distance to let you see far ahead and raises the angle when approaching a turn to give you a better view of the upcoming turn). If you manually change the view angle, Smart Zoom will no longer tilt the map by itself (automatic zooming and rotating remains active). You need to tap the Back button (Page 27) to return the tilt control to Smart Zoom. Note: 3D view is only useful for navigation. As you zoom out, the view angle will automatically be raised. When finally 2D view is reached, these buttons disappear. When you zoom back in, 3D view will gradually return.

Tap this icon to switch to North-up mode. Now the map is fixed to keep facing North. The icon changes to show the new rotation mode.
Tap the icon again to enter Overview mode. This mode looks similar to the North-up mode with one difference: the zoom level in this mode has a fixed default to give you a better look of where you are on the map. You can change the zoom level at any time, this will not cause the Back button to appear, but when entering Overview mode later, the default zoom level will be restored. The arrow representing your position will be fixed in the middle of the screen. When you move the map in Overview mode, the Back button will appear, and when pushed, it will move the map to have your current position in the middle of the map again. You cannot rotate the map in Overview mode. This mode is strictly north-up. You can set up AVIC-S2 so that it will switch to Overview mode during navigation when the next turn is far away. You can specify this distance and the fixed zoom level of Overview in Advanced settings (Page 59). An airplane icon indicates Overview mode.
Tap the icon again to return to Track-up (automatic rotation) mode.
4.3.9 GPS position quality (No. 11)
Similarly to the icon found on the GPS Data screen (Page 23), the map screens also inform you about the GPS signal: The blue satellite with the red exclamation mark shows there is no connection with the GPS receiver. GPS navigation is not possible. This icon should not appear if the unit is functioning properly. 29
Red shows there is a connection, but the signal is too weak to give a position. GPS navigation is not possible. Blue shows there is a GPS position, and navigation is possible. When only one arc is shown, the position is 2D (no altitude available), and position error may be significant, but AVIC-S2 is ready to navigate. A blue satellite and two arcs represent a 3D GPS position. AVIC-S2 is ready to navigate.


Battery status (No. 12)
The status of the battery is also shown by AVIC-S2. You can estimate the available power reserve from the length of the bar inside. Some examples: The thunderbolt in the battery shows the battery is connected to external power and being charged. Battery is not charging, and it is at full capacity. Battery in not full, but there is sufficient reserve capacity. Battery needs recharging.


Sound muting (No. 13)
By tapping this button you can quickly mute all sounds of the device. This will not modify the volume level and the enabled or disabled status of the key sounds, just mutes the sound output. When muting is enabled, the speaker icon is crossed out.

Manage My POI By highlighting then tapping again the My POI switch on the Manage POI main screen you can manage the POI groups and items that you have created.
Note: The group Unnamed only appears if you have previously saved a POI item without creating a new POI group for it. Tapping any of the group names will open a list of POIs saved in that group. This list is similar to the list of POI results in Find. The POIs are ordered based on their distance from your current position. If GPS position is not available or you have disabled Lock-to-Position by tapping the map, the POIs will be ordered by their distance from the Cursor.
When the My POI Groups are displayed, you have the following options: Show/Hide: similarly to built-in POIs, you have the possibility to show or hide all POIs of the selected category on the map. Groups with a blue icon are displayed; groups with a gray icon are hidden. New: you can create a new My POI group by tapping this button. You need to select an icon, a name, and the maximum zoom level at which the POI is still visible on the map (provided you let the POI group be displayed at all). You do not necessarily need to create POI groups in advance. You can do it while saving a new POI. Delete: you can delete any of your previously saved My POI groups. This will delete all POIs in that group. AVIC-S2 will ask you to confirm this action. Edit: you can edit the attributes (name, icon, visibility level) of a previously created My POI group.
Left/right arrows: if your groups fill several pages, these buttons will let you browse through them. The green field left of these buttons shows the current page number and the number of pages.
When the list of My POIs is displayed, you have the following options: Search: you can shorten the list of matching POI items by filtering. Just like in Find, enter a few letters of the desired POI name. When the number of matching items can fit in one page, AVIC-S2 will automatically display the list. If you tap Done any time before this happens, you receive the list of matches on multiple pages. ABC/Distance: by tapping this button you can have the POIs sorted in an alphabetical order. Tapping again will return to the distance-based order.
When you tap on any of your POIs in the list, you will open a new window with the details of the selected POI.

Show Tap this button to see the highlighted list item on the map. This will help you identify route events in the list. Avoid Tap this button to show a list of possibilities for modifying the route. They let you recalculate the route avoiding the highlighted event and sometimes also some of the subsequent ones.
Maneuver: this option avoids the highlighted action. For example if you find a turn too difficult during rush hour traffic, AVIC-S2 will recalculate the route excluding that turn. If the next street is important in the route, it is likely that AVIC-S2 will replace the turn with several easier ones to get to the same street. Road: when you exclude a road, AVIC-S2 will calculate a route that does not use that road. It is useful when you anticipate a traffic jam in a street used in your route, or a roadblock is announced on the radio, and you find that road in your Itinerary. Distances: you can also find some distance buttons in this list. They are similar to the ones in the Bypass list of the Recalculate menu (Page 45), but these can also be used for distant parts of the route.
Note: You need not open Itinerary if you run into a roadblock or traffic jam. To get an immediate alternative route use the Bypass function of Recalculate (Page 45). Note: When you use this feature, AVIC-S2 will keep on excluding the same part of the map from later routes until you manually delete the route (Page 46), or restart AVIC-S2. Fly Over This feature has no navigation function, it merely provides a quick view of the route. It will present a simulation of the route showing what you will see later when navigating. Tap the Fly Over button. In this mode the simulation is run at normal speed (using the speed limit of the streets and roads in the route), and voice instructions are also played. This mode is mainly useful for demonstrating AVIC-S2, or to learn the way it works before your start your first journey. Tap anywhere on the screen to stop the simulation. Edit Tap Edit to see the list of all points used in the route. The first item in the list is the departure point of the route without a valid GPS position, the last reached via point if you open the list during navigation, or the point where AVIC-S2 most recently recalculated the route. This means the list is permanently updated, and via points drop out during the journey. The last item in the list is your final destination.
Use the arrows on the right to browse through the list and tap any line to highlight it. You can perform the following operations: Add: you can add a new route point (or a new final destination if the highlighted item is the last one in the list) after the selected point. The Find menu opens automatically to let you search for an address, POI, coordinates, one of your favorite destinations, or select a point from the History list. As soon as you select any of these, AVIC-S2 returns to the Edit screen and your selection appears right under the highlighted line.

Delete: you can delete the selected point from the list. If the highlighted item is the last one in the list, the previous via point will be promoted to be the final destination. Optimize: you can optimize the order in which you will drive through the via points, if there is no specific order you would like to keep. When tapping this button, AVIC-S2 reorders the list instantly to save you time and fuel. Optimization is for via points only. Your starting point and destination remain in their positions, of course. Up and Down: using these buttons you can reorder the list by moving the highlighted item up or down in the list. Info This button opens the Route Information screen described here: Page 34. This screen shows information about the current route and has a few additional options to check and modify your active route.

4.5.4 Map Search button

Tap this button to jump to the Map screen to select your destination by browsing the map.

4.5.5 Settings button

This button leads to the Settings screen described here: Page 50.

5 Settings

AVIC-S2 provides several settings in order to let you customize the functions of the program. The Settings screen can be accessed directly from the map screens by using the battery icon (Page 30), while some of its sub-screens are accessible from other parts of the program.

5.1 Safety settings

These are the driving safety settings of AVIC-S2.

5.1.1 Safety Mode

Safety mode will disable the touch screen above 10 km/h (6 mph) to keep your attention on the road. You are still able to use the hardware buttons, but you cannot set a new destination or change the settings. When you disable Safety Mode, AVIC-S2 will warn you. WARNING: Safety Modeshould not be disabled when driving alone. Do not operate this Navigation System if doing so in any way will divert your attention from the safe operation of your vehicle or other mode of transportation. Only a passenger should 50
program/operate this Navigation System while a vehicle is moving. A driver should use voice guidance (when available) or glance at the screen only when it is necessary and safe to do so. If prolonged viewing of the screen or programming/operation of the unit is required by the driver, do so only when the vehicle is parked in a safe location. Always observe safe driving/operating rules and follow all existing traffic regulations.

5.2 Map Color settings

You can set a few parameters determining the appearance of the maps in AVIC-S2.
5.2.1 Daylight / Night color profile
AVIC-S2 comes with different color schemes for both daylight and night use. There is always one selected daytime scheme and one selected night-time scheme. AVICS2 uses these when switching from day to night and back.
Tap the appropriate button and select a new scheme from the list.
5.2.2 Automatic Night Colors
Using the automatic night mode, AVIC-S2 will change between the daylight and night color schemes a few minutes before sunrise and a few minutes after sunset based on the time and location information provided by your GPS. Once you set a permanent color scheme in the Quick menu (Page 39), this automatic mode turns off. If you need AVIC-S2 to switch between colors for you again, you need to reenable this feature.

5.3 Sound settings

Settings on this page determine the way AVIC-S2 sounds.
5.3.1 Click Sounds switch
This switch can turn the key sounds on or off. Key sounds are audible confirmations of either pressing hardware buttons or tapping the touch screen. Note: The sound effects of AVIC-S2 are context sensitive. They will be different if, for example you open or close a window, or you enable or disable a setting.

5.3.2 Dynamic Volume

When driving at high speed, the noise in the car may be too loud to clearly understand the voice guidance messages and to perceive the key sounds. Using Dynamic Volume you can instruct AVIC-S2 to increase the volume when your speed exceeds a certain minimum, and reach its highest volume at the given maximum speed. Tap the Dynamic Volume button to turn on the feature. This will also open the screen where you can set the minimum and maximum speeds.

5.3.3 Attention Tone

If this is set to Disabled, the voice guidance will sound without a preceding attention tone. Setting it to Single Tone will initiate a single attention tone before the instructions, while Double Tone will use a double tone. Note: The Mute function (Page 30) accessible from the map screens overrides the settings on this screen. When AVIC-S2 is muted, all sounds disappear. These settings will not be changed; only the output will be muted temporarily.
5.4 Route parameter settings
Settings in the route parameter menu determines how routes will be calculated. This screen is directly accessible from the Route Information screen (Page 34).

5.4.1 Route

Here you can choose from three different route types. Short Choosing Short will result in a route that has the shortest total distance of all possible routes between the given points. Fast Choosing Fast will result in the quickest possible route, given that you can travel at or near the speed limits on all included roads.

Enter the number, tap Done, and AVIC-S2 will show you the selected location on the map (or will start navigating immediately if you have selected Destination at the Main menu).
Tip: If you do not know the house number, just press Done, and the midpoint of the street will be used as the selected location. How to select an intersection instead of a house number If you do not know the house number or it is easier to pinpoint the location with an intersection, press the Find intersection button in the top right corner and select the desired street name from the list of available intersections of the previously selected street (displayed in the top center of the screen). The crossing of the two streets will be the selected point.

6.2.2 Find in History

If you have used Find before, saved map points as POIs, or picked and used points of the map before, they all appear in the History list. The most recently used locations are always at the beginning of the list.
Pick any of the recent locations as your destination. The Next and Previous buttons let you browse through the complete list to find your preferred location.

6.2.3 Find Coordinates

AVIC-S2 also lets you enter your destination by map coordinates. The coordinates need to be in latitude/longitude format and, based on the WGS84 earth model (the one used by most GPS devices).
When you enter this page, the coordinates of the current GPS position (or the selected map point, the Cursor, if Lock-to-Position is inactive) are shown at the top of the display. The coordinates are always shown in the format configured in Advanced settings Display options (Page 57), but you can enter the coordinates in any of the three formats. You can even enter the latitude and longitude in different formats. Entering a latitude/longitude pair is easy. The left field contains the latitude. It starts with an N (North) or S (South) letter. This tells AVIC-S2 whether the point is in the Northern or the Southern hemisphere. Use the button to change the hemisphere. Enter numbers for the latitude. Use the decimal point if the degrees, minutes or seconds are not integers. Use the / / button (the label depends on the current cursor position inside the latitude) to start entering minutes after degrees or seconds after minutes. When finished, tap the longitude on the right, and enter it as you did latitude. This time the hemisphere-changing button tells AVIC-S2 whether the point is located East or West from the meridian crossing Greenwich, UK. Once you have entered both numbers, press Done to make the selection. Tip: The quickest way to tell the coordinates of a point is to select it by tapping on the map or by using Find, and then come to this page and read the coordinates. Tip: If you need to reformat coordinates to the format selected in AVIC-S2 (Page 57), enter the coordinates in the format you have, press Done to show it in the map, then come back here to see the same location in the chosen coordinate display format.


Technical specifications

Full description

In a package equivalent to the size of a wallet, users get map coverage of the entire U.S. and Canada along with 1.7 million restaurants, shopping centers and other points of interest via the TeleAtlas database preloaded in the included 1 GB SD card. A built-in SiRF Star III GPS module and antenna make the system more accurate so drivers get where they need to go without stopping to ask for directions. The 3.5-inch touch panel provides a colorful and easy to read map. Innovative graphical user interface and 2D and 3D view modes give users a clear understanding of expected turns and exits. Furthermore, advanced map compression technology allows for effortless scroll and zoom of the map. On each trip, the system presents a route overview and allows users to change the route itinerary. This is particularly helpful when the user wants to avoid certain roads or areas. The AVIC-S2 has Bluetooth v1.2 technology, enabling hands-free operation of cell phones. Users with Bluetooth-enabled phones can store their contacts in the system and make and receive calls through the AVIC-S2's built-in speaker, microphone and touch screen, eliminating the need to pull the phone out of a pocket or purse to make a call. It also functions as an audio player. MP3 music files stored on an SD card can be plugged directly to the side of the unit. The system displays all music information and let users customize their sound through its built-in 10-band equalizer with presets for 10 different genres of music.



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