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You've been holding out for something that links all of your devices together into one seamless experience. You love the idea of a system that can be operated by the sound of your voice. It's time to stop wishing for the next great thing because it's here. This is your life made easier. A traditional portable navigation device lacks the extensive mapping commonly found with in-dash navigation systems. It also can be completely void of any entertainment value. The AVIC-F500BT brings t... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Pioneer Avic-F500BT photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|pablaasmo||6:50am on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|After using both Garmin and Magellan units, I am absolutely blown away at the feature set on this unit... and the price at 6ave is unbeatable. Currently on my third GPS and the Avic-F500 is by far the best in every way especially the construction,well built and very good looking unit.|
|mnmleung||5:47am on Saturday, August 7th, 2010|
|A Hidden Gem! When this unit first came out a little over a year ago the price was definatly outrageous to even think about it at around $700. Pioneer GPS FB500 Pioneer AVIC-F500BT Navigation System with Digital Player and LCD I have used this GPS on 3 separate trips in the past month.|
|kona1||2:41pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|No proper istructions on the features.Most of the time I never find the street name that I want in the database. The AVIC-F500BT is a very good and affordable GPS unit. The screen is nice and large. The audio level from the built-in speaker is loud and clear.|
|ruprox||6:20am on Sunday, July 11th, 2010|
|After using both Garmin and Magellan units, I am absolutely blown away at the feature set on this unit... and the price at 6ave is unbeatable. No proper istructions on the features.Most of the time I never find the street name that I want in the database.|
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Before using this product, be sure to read Important Information for the user (a separate manual) which contains warnings, cautions, and other important information that you should note.
Before moving on, take a few minutes to read the following information about the conventions used in this manual. Familiarity with these conventions will help you greatly as you learn how to use your new equipment. ! Buttons on your navigation system are described in ALL CAPITAL, BOLD lettering: e.g.) MENU button, MAP button. ! Items in different menus, screen titles, and functional components are described in bold with double quotation marks : e.g.) Destination Menu screen or AV Source screen ! Touch panel keys that are available on the screen are described in bold in brackets [ ]: e.g.) [Destination], [Settings]. ! Extra information, alternatives and other notes are presented in the following format: e.g.) p If the home location has not been stored yet, set the location first. ! References are indicated like this: e.g.) = For details, refer to Setting your home position on page 90.
This manual provides important information you need to make full use of your new navigation system. The beginning chapters outline this navigation system. The later chapters describe the details of the navigation functions. Chapter 8 describes the operations related to hands-free phoning by using a cellular phone featuring Bluetooth technology. Chapter 9 to Chapter 12 describe how to control the AV sources. Please read these chapters when you use the various functions in the built-in audio and visual source or operate the audio equipment connected to the navigation system. Chapter 13 describes how to change the settings so as to suit your tastes. The behavior of your navigation system depends the settings for navigation and audio-visual functions.
How to read this manual
Finding the operation procedure from what you want to do When you have decided what you want to do, you can find the page you need from the Contents. Finding the operation procedure from a menu name If you want to check the meaning of each item displayed on the screen, you will find the necessary page from the Display information at the end of the manual. Glossary See the glossary to find the meaning of a term.
About the definition of terminology
Video image in this manual indicates the moving images of iPod, and any equipment that is connected to this system with an RCA cable, such as general-purpose AV equipment.
External storage device (USB, SD)
The SD memory card, SDHC memory card, USB memory device and USB portable audio player are collectively referred to as the external storage device (USB, SD). If it indicates the USB memory and USB portable audio player only, they are referred to as the USB storage device. Auto reroute function If you deviate from the set route, the system will re-calculate the route from that point so that you remain on track to the destination. p This function may not work under certain conditions. Assign your original image as a splash screen You can store your own pictures on an external storage device (USB, SD) in JPEG or BMP format and import an original splash screen to this navigation system. These imported images can be set up as customized splash screens. p Imported original images will be stored in the built-in memory, but the ability to save these images cannot be guaranteed completely. If your original image data is deleted, set the external storage device (USB, SD) again and re-import the original image. A wide variety of playable file formats ! Following file types is playable on the external storage device (USB, SD). MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, MPEG-4, AVI Notice regarding video viewing Remember that use of this system for commercial or public viewing purposes may constitute an infringement on the authors rights as protected by the Copyright Law. Notice regarding MP3 file usage Supply of this navigation system conveys only a license for private, non-commercial use and does not convey a license nor imply any right to use this product in any commercial (i.e. revenue-generating), real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or any other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet, intranets and/or other networks or in other electronic content distribution systems, such as payaudio or audio-on-demand applications. An independent license for such use is required. For details, please visit http://www.mp3licensing.com.
Go Here Now Calculates the new route by setting the cursor position as the new destination. = For more details concerning the operation, refer to Setting the location as a new destination on the next page. Add Via Recalculates the route by adding the cursor position as a waypoint. = For more details concerning the operation, refer to Setting the location as a waypoint on the next page. Continue Recalculates the route by setting the cursor position as the new destination. The previous destination becomes a waypoint.
After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen)
= For more details concerning the operation, refer to Replacing the location as the new final destination on this page. Starting Point Sets the location as a starting point. = For more details concerning the operation, refer to Setting the location as the start point on this page. 2 Touch [Go Here Now]. When the route is not set, route calculation starts immediately. When the route is already set, a message will appear asking you to cancel the current route. Touch [Yes] to start the route calculation.
p When the cursor overlaps with a destination that has already been set, touch [Remove Dest.] to cancel the current route or recalculate the route by setting one of the remaining waypoints as the destination.
Save as. Setting the location as a waypoint
1 Touch [Route.] on the Map Confirmation Screen. 2 Touch [Add Via]. When no waypoint is set, route calculation starts immediately. Add Pin Puts a map pin at the cursor position as a mark up. = For details, refer to Placing a map pin on the location on the next page. Add POI Stores the cursor position as a POI. = For details, refer to Registering the location as a customized POI on page 39. Add Favorite Stores the cursor position as one of the Favorites. = For details, refer to Storing the location in Favorites on page 40.
p When the cursor overlaps a waypoint already set, touch [Remove Via] to delete the waypoint and recalculate the route.
Replacing the location as the new final destination
1 Touch [Route.] on the Map Confirmation Screen. 2 Touch [Continue].
p Recalculates the route by setting the cursor position as the new destination. The previous destination becomes a waypoint.
Setting the location as a new destination
1 Touch [Route.] on the Map Confirmation Screen.
p Touching [Add here] without selecting any category is invalid.
6 Enter the desired name and then touch [Done] to complete the entry.
Registering the location as a customized POI
If a new business has opened, it may not be found in the database. Registering the location as a new POI allows you to use the item just like a preinstalled POI. 1 Search for a location or position the cursor on the desired area by scrolling the map and displaying the Map Confirmation Screen. 2 Touch [Save as.] on the Map Confirmation Screen.
The registration is now complete and the item is available as a customized POI.
p You can edit the stored POI later in Manage POI. = For more details concerning the operation, refer to Editing your customized POI on page 88.
After the location is decided (Map Confirmation Screen) Storing the location in Favorites
Storing your favorite locations as Favorites provides you with the opportunity to save the time and effort of re-entering this information. Stored items can be made available on Favorites later. = For more details concerning the operation, refer to Selecting a location stored in Favorites on page 32. p Favorites can store up to 30 locations. 1 Search for a location or position the cursor on the desired area by scrolling the map and displaying the Map Confirmation Screen. 2 Touch [Save as.] on the Map Confirmation Screen. Touch [Add Favorite]. Touch the desired entry. 1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [Favorites]. 2 Touch [Clear All]. A message will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. 3 Touch [Yes].
Selecting an item that has already been stored allows you to overwrite it. 5 Enter the desired name and then touch [Done] to complete the entry. Storage has been completed and the item is available as a preset entry on Favorites.
All entries in Favorites can be deleted at once.
Checking the current route Checking the current route conditions
The Route Information screen provides you with various detailed information about the current route. This is an example showing a route with two waypoints. p This function is available only when the route is set and your vehicle position is on the route. p You can also display the Route Information screen by touching Multi-Info window on the map screen. = For details, refer to Multi-Info window on page 19. 1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [Route Function]. 2 Touch [Route info].
Checking the current route
The Route Information screen appears.
Starting point Current position Waypoint Destination Time and distance up to the point currently shown The remaining distance and time, as well as the estimated time of arrival are displayed. 6 The route calculation method that is currently set Method: = For details, refer to Route on page 83. 7 Point currently shown and information regarding the point 8 The route conditions up to the point currently shown Touching the icon enables you to check the details. If there are five or more icons, touch to show the next four icons.
If you have an active subscription to MSN Direct service, you can check and browse various information on your navigation system, such as gas prices, movie times, weather conditions and traffic information. The information will be updated periodically.
Notice about MSN Direct Pioneer is not responsible for the accuracy of the MSN Direct content. The MSN Direct content may not be current or available at times, and is subject to change without notice. To receive MSN Direct content, you must subscribe to the MSN Direct service, and you must be within the MSN Direct coverage area. Coverage may also be affected by the availability and relative strength of FM transmissions, as well as reception limitations of Microsofts DirectBand network. Please visit http://www.msndirect.com/pioneer or current coverage area maps, subscription details, and other important information about MSN Direct.
General flow chart: 1 Check your product key. You have to know your product key for the subscription. (Refer to Checking your product key on this page.) j 2 Make an online subscription to MSN Direct service using your PC. (Refer to Subscribing to the MSN Direct service on the next page.) j 3 Activate the MSN Direct service on this product. (Refer to Activating the MSN Direct function on the next page.) j 4 Activation is complete.
Checking your product key
The product key that you can find here is used in the online subscription. 1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [MSN Direct]. The MSN Direct screen appears. 2 Touch [Status].
3 Write your product key down in the following box;
Activating the service
You have to activate MSN Direct first. p A web-connected computer is required for the online subscription. p If you have difficulty for the online subscription, please call toll-free 1-866-658-7032.
Subscribing to the MSN Direct service
Within two days of completing the subscription, execute Activating the MSN Direct function.
Browsing gas prices
Recent gas prices of nearby gas stations are displayed in a list.
This informations does not necessarily correspond to actual information. Utilize the information for your reference. It may take up to 24 hours for all the data to become available under the following conditions: ! When you use MSN Direct for the first time. ! When you have not performed this function previously around the current area. ! After the navigation system has been turned off for a few days.
1 Access the following URL and read the description. http://www.msndirect.com/pioneer 2 Be sure to check the coverage area and other availabilities of MSN Direct on the web page. 3 Move to the page for activation and enter your product key. 4 Follow the directions on the web page to complete the subscription.
Activating the MSN Direct function
After the online subscription, complete the activation so that the navigation system can receive the information. This operation must be performed under the following conditions You are currently in the coverage area of MSN Direct. The signal strength ( ) on MSN Direct screen is not weak. 1 Boot-up your navigation system.
1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [MSN Direct]. The MSN Direct screen appears. 2 Touch [Gas Prices].
2 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [MSN Direct]. The MSN Direct screen appears. Check the signal strength. If the signal is weak, move to another location where a stronger signal can be received. 3 Touch [Status].
3 Touch the desired tab to change the sort order.
4 Wait until the activation status changes to Active. It may take approximately 20 or 30 minutes to complete the activation. After activation is complete, the information will be available on each menu.
! [Distance] (default):
Sorts the items in the list in order by distance from the vehicle position. ! [Name]: Sorts the items in the list alphabetically. ! [Price]: Sorts the items in the list by price.
4 Touch on the item that you want to view in detail.
This informations does not necessarily correspond to actual information. Utilize the information for your reference. It may take up to 6 hours for all the data to become available under the following conditions: ! When you use MSN Direct for the first time. ! When you have not performed this function previously around the current area. ! After the navigation system has been turned off for a few days.
Searching for a theater by selecting a movie title
1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [MSN Direct].
1 The names of gas stations and their locations 2 Gas prices The information in ( ) shows how current the information is. 3 Distance from the current position
Touch [Movie Times].
3 Touch [All Movie Titles]. The movie titles now showing are displayed. 4 Touch the desired movie title. The theaters that are currently showing the selected movie are displayed.
Browsing movie times
Nearby theaters can be displayed on a list. Switching the screen allows you to see the movie title now showing.
5 Touch the desired tab to change the sort order.
Searching for a movie title by selecting a theater
1 Touch [Destination] on the Top Menu, and then touch [MSN Direct]. 2 Touch [Movie Times]. The nearby theaters are displayed. 3 Touch the desired tab to change the sort order.
p Up to 10 cellular phones will be listed in the order that the cellular phone is found.
Searching for a specified phone
If you cannot connect your phone in the regular two methods previously described, try this method if your phone is found in the list. 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on your cellular phone. For some cellular phones, no specific action is necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless technology. For details, refer to the instruction manual of your cellular phone. 2 Touch [Phone Settings] on the Phone Menu.
5 Wait until your cellular phone appears in the list.
p If you cannot find the cellular phone you want to connect, check that the cellular phone is waiting for the Bluetooth wireless technology connection.
6 Touch the cellular phone name you want to register. 3
4 Touch [Add Device], and then [Select specific devices].
5 Touch the model name of the cellular phone to be connected. The system searches for cellular phones with Bluetooth technology that are waiting for the connection and displays them in the list if the device has found. 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on your cellular phone. For some cellular phones, no specific action is necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless technology. For details, refer to the instruction manual of your cellular phone. 2 Touch [Phone Settings] on the Phone Menu.
= For details, refer to Displaying the Phone Menu on page 52.
3 Touch [Add Device], and then [Pair from the mobile phone]. The navigation system waits for a Bluetooth wireless technology connection.
p If you cannot find the desired model name on the list, touch [Other phones] to search the cellular phones available nearby.
6 Select the cellular phone you want to register from the list. A message promptings you to enter a PIN code appears. 7 Enter the PIN code 1111 using the cellular phone.
4 Register the navigation system on your cellular phone. If your cellular phone asks you to enter a password, enter the PIN code (password) of the navigation system. After the registration is completed, the following screen appears.
Pairing from your mobile phone
You can register the cellular phone by setting the navigation system to standby mode and requesting connection from the cellular phone.
p If registration fails repeat the procedure from the beginning.
Using hands-free phoning Connecting a registered cellular phone
The navigation system automatically connects the cellular phone selected as the target of connection. However, connect the cellular phone manually in the following cases: ! Two or more cellular phones are registered, and you want to manually select the cellular phone to be used. ! You want to reconnect a disconnected cellular phone. ! Connection cannot be established automatically for some reason. If you start connection manually, carry out the following procedure. You can also connect the phone by having the navigation system detect it automatically. = For details, refer to Setting the automatic connection on page 62. 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on your cellular phone. For some cellular phones, no specific action is necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless technology. For details, refer to the instruction manual of your cellular phone. 2 Touch [Phone Settings] on the Phone Menu.
p Depending on the cellular phone that is connected to this navigation system via Bluetooth technology, this navigation system may not be able to display the phone book correctly. (Some characters may be garbled.) p If the phone book in the cellular phone contains image data, the phone book may not be correctly transferred. 1 Connect the cellular phone that has the phone book to transfer.
= For details, refer to Connecting a registered cellular phone on page 55. p The transferred data can not be edited on the navigation system.
5 When the completion message appears, check the message and touch [OK]. Transfer ends.
You can clear the memory of each item that corresponds to the connected cellular phone: phone book, dialled/received/missed call history list and preset dials. 1 Touch [Phone Settings] on the Phone Menu.
2 Touch [Phone Book Transfer] on the Phone Menu. The confirmation messages appear. 3 Check the messages and touch [OK].
p If there is a phone book already transferred, a message asking whether you can accept the data replacement appears.
Touch [Clear Memory].
4 Check that the following screen is displayed, and operate your cellular phone to transfer the phone book entries.
Transfer starts. It may take time depending on how many entries will be transferred.
p You can send the phone book entries repeatedly before touching [OK]. If your cellular phone supports one-by-one transfer only, send all the entries that you want to transfer before touching [OK]. p If your phone has a capability for automatic transfer of phone book, this screen is skipped and transfer will start.
On this screen, you can select the following items: Contacts: You can clear the registered phone book. Received Calls List: You can clear the received call history list. Dialed Calls List: You can clear the dialed call history list. Missed Calls List: You can clear the missed call history list.
p Touching [Clear] displays the confirmation message for clearing the memory. p Touching [Clear All] clears all the data that correspond to the connected cellular phone.
3 Touch [OK]. Data on the selected item is cleared from this navigation systems memory.
p If you do not want to clear memory that you have selected, touch [Cancel].
Stopping Bluetooth wave transmission
You can stop transmission of electric waves by turning off the Bluetooth function. If you do not use the Bluetooth wireless technology, we recommend selecting [Off]. 1 Touch [Phone Settings] on the Phone Menu.
Using the touch panel keys (Music)
Folder Repeat Track Repeat
1 Recalls equalizer curves Select one from the 11 equalizer curves.
p This function is also effective for beep sounds.
2 Displaying the Function menu
= For details, refer to Using the Function menu on the next page.
3 Switch the operation screen Touching the key switches between the screen to operate music files and the screen to operate movie files. This touch panel key is available only when there are both audio and video file in the external storage device (USB, SD). 4 Select the previous or next folder Touching [c] or [d] play the first playable file on the previous or next folder. The folders that there is no playable files are skipped. 5 Skip forward or backward Touching [p] skips to the start of the next file. Touching [o] once skips to the start of the current file. Touching again will skip to the previous file. Fast rewind or forward Keep touching [o] or [p] to perform fast rewind or forward.
= For more information, refer to Using the Function menu on the next page. p The information marked with an asterisk (*) is displayed only when the information has been encoded on the compressed audio files. If specific information has not been encoded on the files, is displayed instead.
p There is no sound on fast rewind or forward. p Moving MULTI-CONTROL left or right enables you to perform the equivalent operations.
6 Playback and Pause
Touching [f] switches between playback and pause. 7 Displaying the map screen ! Artist Name : (artist name) p If the information has not been recorded on files, nothing may be displayed. p For WAV files, only the information marked with (*) can be displayed. p If the characters recorded on the compressed audio file are not compatible with this navigation system, those characters may turn into garbled characters.
You can display video image output by the equipment connected to AV Input. p Use the CD-RM10 (sold separately) to connect the external video component.
Using the touch panel keys
% Touch the screen to display the touch panel keys.
For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, you must stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake.
Starting procedures (AV)
1 Connect the dedicated AV cable (sold separately) to AV input jack.
1 Hides the touch panel keys Touching [Hide] hides the touch panel keys. Touch anywhere on the LCD screen to display the touch panel keys again. 2 Displaying the map screen
2 Touch [AV Input] on the AV Settings menu.
3 Touch [AV] on the AV Source menu. The image is displayed on the screen.
Customizing preferences The options in the Navi Settings menu
Basic operations in the Navi Settings menu
Preferences related to the navigation functions can be set. A method for changing the volume setting for the navigation guidance and beep is described here, along with an operational example. 1 Press MENU button to display the Top Menu, and then touch [Settings]. 2 Touch [Navi Settings].
4 Use the tool assigned to the desired option to change the settings.
1 Slider Touching the desired point on the bar or dragging the slider to the desired point allows you to change the value. 2 Detailed setup key Displays the screen for setting the preferences in detail. 3 On-off control Touching [On] or [Off] enables activation or deactivation of this function.
The Navi Settings menu appears. 3 Touch [Sound settings].
5 Touch to return to the Navi Settings menu.
GPS & Time Settings
Indicates the connection status of the GPS antenna, its reception sensitivity, and from how many satellites the signal is being received. % Touch [GPS & Time Settings] on the Navi Settings menu. The GPS Status screen appears. The Sound settings menu appears.
The Time Settings screen provides you to set the time manually. 1 Touch [GPS & Time Settings] on the Navi Settings menu. The GPS Status screen appears. 2 Touch [Time Settings]. The Time Settings screen appears.
1 Positions of the GPS constellation being received by the navigation system
Color Green Gray Red Signal communication Yes Yes No Used in positioning Yes No No
2 Shows the current comprehensive accuracy, altitude and speed. 3 Shows each satellites signal strength. 4 Shows the connection status or reception condition of GPS antenna.
Color Green Yellow Red Black with x Condition 3D reception (Normal positional accuracy) 2D reception (lower positional accuracy) Connected and no reception No connection
! Auto Correction Synchronizes the internal clock of this navigation system with the accurate time transmitted from GPS (GMT). Changing this preference allows you to set the time manually. CAUTION Turning Auto Correction to Off disables the automatic change to the appropriate time zone. Note that the proper route may not be calculated if the time you set does not match the time zone of the area that your route passes through. [On]: Corrects the current time by changing the time zone automatically according to this systems whereabouts. [Off]: Corrects the current time according to the settings on Time Zone and Time. ! Time Zone Enables you to set the time zone manually. Touch the key to show the list and then touch the current time zone.
Recording your travel history
Activating the track logger enables you to record your driving history (hereinafter called track log). You can review the travel history later and replay the travel for your reference.
Browsing and replaying the track log
1 Touch [Visual] on the Navi Settings menu. The Visual Settings screen appears. 2 Touch [Manage Track Logs]. A list of track logs already recorded appears. Touching enables you to replay the track log with Fly over. 3 Touch the desired track log on the list. More details about the track log appears.
Activating track logger temporarily
One-time activation is useful if you want to create a log only for that trip. 1 Touch [Visual] on the Navi Settings menu. The Visual Settings screen appears. 2 Touch [Manage Track Logs]. A list of track logs already recorded appears. A blank list appears if you have not recorded it yet.
Touch the desired key to operate it. 4 Touch the desired key to operate it.
! [Rename]: Touching this key displays the screen for entering a new name for the track log. Enter the name and then touch [Done] to complete the entry. ! [Delete]: Touching this key deletes the track log. ! [Export]: Touching this key exports the track log currently selected to the external storage device (USB or SD). ! [Export all track logs]: Touching this key exports all track logs currently stored to the external storage device (USB or SD) at once. ! The key next to Color on the map:: Touching this key displays the screen for changing the color used for the route highlighting of the track log. Touch the desired color on the color list. The color of track logs is assigned automatically within predefined colors when this setting is established.
! Update interval: Sets how often the system updates the log. ! Current autosave track size: Sets a size limit on automatic logging. This setting will be effective only when Enable Auto-saving is On. ! Enable Auto-saving Sets whether the automatic logging is activated or not. ! Limit Track DB Size Limits the total data size for logging. ! Maximum track database size: Sets a size limit on logging. This parameter can be adjustable only when Limit Track DB Size is On. ! Create NMEA Log Creates the log files in the SD memory card. When this setting is On, the system outputs the log files with NMEA-0183 format onto the SD memory card.
Setting your home position
Registering your home position saves time and effort. Also, routes to home positions can be calculated easily with a single touch of the key from the Destination Menu. The registered home position can also be modified later. 1 Touch [Set Home] on the Navi Settings menu.
For your voice commands to be correctly recognized and interpreted, ensure that conditions are suitable for recognition. Close the vehicle windows Please note that wind through the vehicle window or miscellaneous noise from outside the vehicle can interfere with voice operation. Keep a proper distance from the microphone For optimum pick-up, dont speak commands extremely close to the microphone. Pause before giving a command Speaking too soon may cause the recognition to fail. Pronounce your commands carefully Speak slowly, deliberately, and clearly.
Other functions Returning the navigation system to the default or factory settings
You can return settings or recorded content to the default or factory settings. There are three methods to clear user data, and the situations and the cleared content are different for each method. For information regarding the content that is cleared by each method, see the list presented later. Method 1: Remove the battery pack
1 Move the battery lock knob to unlock position and slide the cover. 2 Detach the battery pack. 3 Attach the battery pack and close the cover. 4 Move the battery lock knob to lock position.
This transforms the system into the same state as when the battery is completely run out. Method 2: Restore Factory Settings Clears some items in the Navi Settings menu. = For details, refer to Restore Factory Settings on page 85.
Setting items to be deleted
The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table return to the default or factory settings. p Almost all items not listed below will be retained. However, some items to be returned to the default value are not listed if the setting value can be easily recovered by user, such as the last map scale, the last status of AV operation screen, etc. : The setting will be retained. 1 : The setting will be cleared and returned to the default or factory settings.
Navigation functions Destination Menu All settings on MSN Direct [Sound settings] Master Navi Settings [Sound settings] Voice, Keys, Dynamic Volume Other settings [Language] System Settings Other settings Audio functions SD, USB All settings (*1) Method 1 Method 1 Method 1 Method 2
Volume setting for AV sources (*1) All settings including the setting on the Function menu are to be deleted.
If you have problems operating your navigation system, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. While this list is not comprehensive, it should answer your most common problems. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility.
[Night mode] is set to [Day]. The map color does not switch automatically between daytime and nighttime. The screen is too bright. The display is very dim. An improper value has been set on Brightness. [Night] is selected in Night mode. An improper value has been set on Brightness. No sounds of AV source are pro- The volume level is low. duced. A speaker lead is disconnected. The volume level will not rise. Adjusting the volume of naviga- You cannot adjust these with tion guidance and beeps is not MULTI-CONTROL. possible. The person on the other end of the phone call cannot hear the conversation due to an echo. The voice from the person on the other end of the phone call is output from the speakers and then picked up by the microphone again, creating an echo. Check [Night mode] setting and make sure [Automatic] is selected. (Page 81)
Check the settings. Check the setting of [Night mode] and select [Automatic] or [Day]. (Page 81) Check the settings. Adjust the volume level. Check the connection. Turn the volume up or down according to [Sound settings] on the Navi Settings menu. (Page 86) Use the following methods to reduce the echo: Lower the volume on the receiver Have both speakers pause slightly before speaking Connect the parking brake cord, and apply the parking brake. Connect the parking brake cord, and apply the parking brake. Turn on the backlight. (Page 95)
Theres no picture while this pro- The parking brake cord is not conduct is attached on the cradle. nected. The parking brake is not applied. The backlight of the LCD panel is turned off. Nothing is displayed and the touch panel keys cannot be used.
The setting for the rear view camera Select the appropriate setting for the rear is incorrect. view camera. The shift lever was placed in [R] when the rear view camera was not connected. Press MAP button, and then press MENU button to return to the Top Menu and then select the correct polarity setting for [Back Camera]. (Page 92)
There is no response when the touch panel key are touched or a different key responds.
! If you drive very slowly, or in a start-andstop manner, as in a traffic congestion.
ing the morning only, but you arrive later, it would be against the traffic regulations so you cannot drive along the set route. When driving, please follow the actual traffic signs. Also, the system may not know some traffic regulations.
! If you join the road after driving around a large parking lot.
! When you pass around a traffic circle.
! When starting driving immediately after starting the engine.
Route setting information
Route search specifications
Your navigation system sets a route to your destination by applying certain built-in rules to the map data. This section provides some useful information about how a route is set.
When a route is calculated, the route and voice guidance for the route are automatically set. Also, for day or time traffic regulations, only information about traffic regulations at the time when the route was calculated is shown. One-way streets and street closures may not be taken into consideration. For example, if a street is open dur-
! The calculated route is one example of the route to your destination decided by the navigation system while taking the type of streets or traffic regulations into account. It is not necessarily an optimum route. (In some cases, you may not be able to set the streets you want to pass. If you need to pass a certain street, set the waypoint on that street.) ! If the destination is too far, there may be instances where the route cannot be set. (If you want to set a long-distance route going across several areas, set waypoints along the way.) ! During voice guidance, turns and intersections from the freeway are announced. However, if you pass intersections, turns, and other guide points in rapid succession, some may delay or not be announced. ! It is possible that guidance may direct you off a freeway and then back on again. ! In some cases, the route may require you to travel in the opposite direction to your current heading. In such cases, you are instructed to turn around, so please turn around safely by following the actual traffic rules. ! In some cases, a route may begin on the opposite side of a railway or river from your actual current location. If this happens, drive towards your destination for a while, and try route calculation again. ! When there is a traffic congestion ahead, if driving through the traffic congestion is better than taking the detour, a detour route may not be suggested. ! There may be instances when the starting point, the waypoint and the destination point are not on the highlighted route.
You've been holding out for something that links all of your devices together into one seamless experience. You love the idea of a system that can be operated by the sound of your voice. It's time to stop wishing for the next great thing because it's here. This is your life made easier. A traditional portable navigation device lacks the extensive mapping commonly found with in-dash navigation systems. It also can be completely void of any entertainment value. The AVIC-F500BT brings the convenience of portable navigation together with the robust entertainment features found only in Pioneer in-dash units. Now you don't have to worry about map discs being misplaced, damaged, lost, or stolen. The entire TeleAtlas Database that was previously on the two-DVD set has been taken, compressed down, and stored internally on flash memory. The AVIC-F500BT offers a new generation of voice recognition capability for controlling iPod playback and making calls hands-free via connected Bluetooth-enabled cell phones. The technology accepts and recognizes conversational phrases and language, filters out superfluous sounds and phrases, and if the user doesn't give enough information in the command, the unit will ask additional questions to clarify the request. The AVIC-F500BT comes with built-in Bluetooth. Now you never need to miss a call, even if your tunes are cranked up or your phone is buried in your bag. Simplified menus and intuitive icons shorten the learning curve, allowing you to quickly and efficiently start using the system. Quickly enter destinations, browse music libraries, or adjust settings. It is easy to play various digital and audio formats like: DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW discs, Portable Media Players like iPod, USB memory devices, and SD Cards. You can play a wide range of files types as well, such as MP3, WMA, iTunes AAC, and MPEG-4 video files. The WVGA display is much higher quality at 800 x 480 pixels. Images become sharper and more defined, just like maps and menus on these units. The display's enhanced GUI (Graphic User Interface) has also advanced, making system control and management effortless. Fast and easy control through USB, the AVIC-F900BT also features iPod Album Art display, Alphabetical Speed Search, and much more.
|Product Type||Navigation system with digital player and LCD monitor|
|Kit Content||Amplifier, navigation system|
|Supported Devices||Digital player|
|Control Features||Voice recognition, touch panel, rotary encoder|
|Features||Rear-facing camera capability, iPod compatible, Bluetooth hands-free for cellular phone|
|Type||LCD monitor - external|
|Placing / Mounting||On-dash|
|Technology||TFT active matrix|
|Resolution||800 x 480|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Device Type||Digital player|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WAV, WMA, AAC, MP3|
|Additional Features||USB flash drive playback, MPEG-4 playback|
|Max Output Power / Channel Qty||50 Watts x 4|
|Voice||Navigation instructions, street name announcement|
|Included GPS Software||TeleAtlas United States and Canada|
|Maps Included||Canada, USA, Alaska, Hawaii|
|Features||Built-in MSN Direct tuner|
|Included Accessories||Monitor stand, AC power adapter|
|Cables Included||Power adapter (car)|
|Type||SD Memory Card|
|Connector Type||Navigation system : 1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio input 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x headphones|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Number||AVIC-F500BT US|
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