Sony XNV-770BT Manual
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User reviews and opinions
|Carlos4x4||7:26pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|i like it better in white and it was the lowest price on all searches from buydig.com Easy To Install","Fast Connection","Reliable","Strong Signal|
|hholler||10:01am on Sunday, July 18th, 2010|
|I really like the form factor. Knowing that sweat is an issue and has already bitten me. comfortable and just what i was looking for does not take a charge? have called Motorola and am awaiting a replacement. see if that one is any better Spend a few more dollars and go with the motorola s9-HD, or the s10 model. Great design, fit well I have an iphone 3gs.|
|merlinof2||7:35am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|They work great, loud & clear. However at certain times songs will cut in and out for what seems like no reason. Easy To Install". works great with my phone and ipod together Easy To Install","Fast Connection","Reliable","Strong Signal|
|Horness||2:10am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|Great Buy, alround bluetooth stereo Was looking for a relatively cheap Bluetooth Stereo, got mine at discount price. DoA I received a pair of these as a gift and was never able to get it to pair with any bluetooth device.|
|rajesh.kumar||4:29am on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010|
|I have to wear cell phone on belt directly behind me so that it is close enough for the headset to pick up the signal. ok.design and weight is perfect thats te only thing it worked for me.|
|golin||5:09pm on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|good value Very portable, connects easily, relatively comfortable. NOT one-size-fits-all I have an iTouch with Bluetooth capability, and was so excited to get a set of Bluetooth headphones so I could skype cordlessly.|
|rclowe||12:36pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|i started using a pair of motorola BT820 and used them for years. Based on the price at under $50.00 I am most satisfied with these. This headset was billed for working out, but is unable to take the stress of a workout. I put the first one down to a fluke, the second to bad luck.|
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Operating Instructions Mode demploi Manual de instrucciones US FR ES
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No.
2010 Sony Corporation
Be sure to install this unit in the dashboard of the car for safety. For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/ connections manual.
FOR UNITED STATES CUSTOMERS. NOT APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS AUX TATS-UNIS. NON APPLICABLE AU CANADA, Y COMPRIS LA PROVINCE DE QUBEC.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
About this manual
This manual contains instructions for XNV770BT and XNV-660BT. XNV-770BT is the model representatively used for illustration purposes. For details on the navigation function, refer to the leaflet (supplied by TomTom) for the navigation module.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this CD/DVD player is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that it deemed to comply without maximum permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or more away from persons body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
Touch v/V to scroll, then DVD Direct Search to set to Chapter or Title. The setting is complete.
For details on the compatibility of your USB device, visit the support site.
MSC (Mass Storage Class) and MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) type USB devices compliant with the USB standard can be used. Corresponding codec is MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma), AAC (.m4a), JPEG (.jpg) and MPEG-4 (.mp4). Backup of data in a USB device is recommended.
Notes Connect the USB device after starting the engine. Depending on the USB device, malfunction or damage may occur if it is connected before starting the engine. A large-sized file may take time to start playing back.
Notes on use Do not use USB devices so large or heavy that they may fall down due to vibration, or cause a loose connection. Do not leave a USB device in a parked car, as malfunction may result. This unit cannot recognize USB devices via a USB hub. Notes on playback If a USB device contains multiple file types, only the selected file type (audio/video/image) can be played. For details on how to select the file type, see Selecting a file type on page 36. Displayed indications will differ, depending on the USB device, recorded format and settings. For details, visit the support site. The maximum number of displayable data is as follows. folders (albums): 256 files (tracks): 2,000 It may take time for playback to begin, depending on the amount of recorded data. During playback or fast-forward/reverse of a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) MP3/WMA/AAC file, elapsed playing time may not display accurately. Playback of a lossless compression file is not supported.
Playing a USB device
Remove the cap from the USB connector, and connect the USB device to the USB connector. Playback starts automatically. If a USB device is connected, to start playback, touch Source List, then USB/ iPod.
During playback, touch Play Menu, then the Repeat or Shuffle box repeatedly until the desired option appears. Repeat or shuffle play starts.
The repeat options are as follows. OFF: Returns to normal play mode. Track/Image/Movie*1: Repeats the current track/image/video file. Album: Repeats the current album (folder). Drive*2: Repeats the current drive. The shuffle options are as follows. OFF: Returns to normal play mode. Album: Plays tracks/images/video files in the current album (folder) in random order.
*1 Options depend on the file type. *2 When two or more drives are created on the USB device.
For details on the location of the USB connector, see the supplied installation/connections manual.
About the controls and indications during playback
You can control USB playback in the same way as disc playback. For details, see Playback controls on page 21. For details on indications during playback, see Indications during playback on page 23.
x Recommended, Shuffle All Morning (5:00 AM 9:59 AM) Daytime (10:00 AM 3:59 PM) Evening (4:00 PM 6:59 PM) Night (7:00 PM 11:59 PM) Midnight (12:00 AM 4:59 AM) Tracks recommended for each time of day. Set the clock (page 60) for the channel to be displayed accurately. Shuffle All: Plays all analyzed tracks in random order. x Basic channels Plays tracks according to the music type. Energetic: High-spirit tracks. Relax: Calm tracks. Mellow: Mellow, melancholy tracks. Upbeat: Happy tracks to improve your mood. Emotional: Ballad tracks. Lounge: Lounge music. Dance: Rhythm and rap, rhythm and blues tracks. Extreme: Intense rock tracks. x In-car channels Plays tracks that are suitable while driving. Freeway: Speedy, high-spirit tracks. Chillout Drive: Intoned, healing ballad tracks. Weekend Trip: Delightful, bright and happy tracks. Midnight Cruise: Jazz or piano-featured tracks with mature mood. Party Ride: Up-tempo and alive tracks. Morning Commute: Bright and breezy tracks. Goin Home: Warm and relaxing tracks.
Controls and indications during SensMe channels playback
A B C D E
A To show the control keys: Source List, ATT, Navi, Top. (page 21) B To scroll the list and select another channel. C Indicates the current channel. D Indicates the album artwork display*1. E Indicates the elapsed playback time, track name, artist name. F To pause/resume play after pause. G To skip a track. H To enter the ZAPPIN mode. (page 36) During ZAPPIN playback of SensMe channels, the most melodic or rhythmical sections*2 of the tracks are played.
*1 The recommended size is from to pixels. *2 May not be detected correctly.
Playing tracks in the mood map SensMe mood
SensMe mood distributes tracks as dots on a two-axis mood map, based on the characteristics of the individual tracks. By touching the point on the map according to your mood, a circle appears around the touched point, and the tracks inside the circle are played.
Controls and indications during SensMe mood playback
Type Sad Style Happy
Connect a USB device set up for the SensMe function. Touch Source List, then SensMe. Touch mood. The two-axis mood map appears.
Dots representing tracks
A To show the control keys: Source List, ATT, Navi, Top. (page 21) B To move the circle and regroup tracks. C To change the size of the circle: small, medium or large. D Indicates the album artwork display*1. E Indicates the elapsed playback time, track name, artist name. F To change parameters on the horizontal axis. G To skip a track. H To pause/resume play after pause. I To enter the ZAPPIN mode. (page 36) During ZAPPIN playback of SensMe mood, the most melodic or rhythmical sections*2 of the tracks are played.
Touch the desired point on the map. A circle appears around the touched point, and playback of tracks inside the circle starts. Playback of the first track starts from its most melodic or rhythmical section*.
During playback, touch List. Touch , then Audio, Image or Video to select the file type. To close the option menu, touch Close. Touch the desired file. Playback of the selected file starts.
Using Gesture Command
You can perform frequently-used operations by drawing the following command stroke in the reception/playback display.
Before using the Bluetooth function
Basic procedure of the Bluetooth function
1 Pairing When connecting Bluetooth devices for the first time, mutual registration is required. This is called pairing. This registration (pairing) is required only for the first time, as this unit and the other devices will recognize each other automatically from the next time.
a horizontal line DVD/VCD playback: (left to right) skip forward a chapter/track. (The same as >.) JPEG/MPEG-4/audio playback: skip forward a file/track. (The same as >.) Radio reception: seek backward stations. (The same as.)
Radio reception: seek forward stations. (The same as >.)
a horizontal line (right to left) DVD/VCD playback: skip backward a chapter/track. (The same as.) JPEG/MPEG-4/audio playback: skip backward a file/track. (The same as.) Radio reception: receive stored stations (go forward). a vertical line DVD/VCD/MPEG-4 (upwards) playback: fast-forward the video. JPEG/audio playback: skip forward an album (folder). (The same as Album +.) Radio reception: receive stored stations (go backward). a vertical line DVD/VCD/MPEG-4 (downwards) playback: reverse the video. JPEG/audio playback: skip backward an album (folder). (The same as Album.)
Note If you delete the device registration from this unit, you need to perform pairing again.
2 Connection After pairing is made, connect this unit and the Bluetooth device. Depending on the device, connection is automatically made along with the pairing.
3 Handsfree calling/Audio streaming You can make/receive a handsfree call, or listen to audio through this unit.
Touch the device to connect. Select the connection type. Touch Handsfree Connect to use for handsfree calling. Touch Audio Connect to use for audio streaming. Pairing start and the passkey input display appears. Touch the number keys to enter the passkey, then OK. Perform the required operation also on the other Bluetooth device. Pairing is complete and this unit is connected to the other Bluetooth device. When connection is made successfully, or appears at the bottom of the display.
DR-BT30Q Sony Automotive XXXXXXX
After you perform the required operation on the other Bluetooth device, the passkey input display appears on this unit.
Touch the number keys to enter the passkey, then OK. Pairing is complete and this unit is connected to the other Bluetooth device. When connection is made successfully, or appears at the bottom of the display.
Searching from the Bluetooth device
The procedure to search for this unit from the other Bluetooth device is explained below.
Select the Bluetooth source. To select Bluetooth Phone, press (TOP), then touch BT Phone in the top menu. To select Bluetooth Audio, touch Source List, then BT Audio. Touch BT Menu. In the case of Bluetooth Audio, touch Play Menu, then BT Menu. The Bluetooth setting menu appears. Touch Signal, then Yes to set Signal to ON. The Bluetooth signal of this unit is activated. Touch Discoverable to set to Show. The unit is ready to be detected by the other Bluetooth device.
Notes While connecting to a Bluetooth device, this unit cannot be detected from another device. To enable detection, disconnect the current connection and search for this unit from another device. Depending on the device, searching from this unit may not be possible. In this case, search for this unit from the other device. If you search for this unit and the other device mutually at the same time, this unit will not recognize the other device. It may take time to search or connect. Depending on the device, the connection confirmation display appears before inputting the passkey. The time limit for inputting the passkey differs depending on the device. This unit cannot be connected to a device that supports only HSP (Head Set Profile).
When the ignition is switched to on with the Bluetooth signal activated, this unit searches for the last-connected Bluetooth device, and connection is made automatically if possible. This chapter explains how to connect manually to registered Bluetooth devices. Before starting, be sure to activate the Bluetooth signal both on this unit (page 47) and the other Bluetooth device. continue to next page t
About the keyboard to edit the name
Back Contact Name Please Input Name NAME ATT Top
Touch Yes. The selected item is deleted from the call history.
R T F C V G B Y H N U J M
You can store contacts in the phonebook or call history into the preset dials.
To store from the phonebook
Press (TOP), then touch BT Phone in the top menu. The Bluetooth Phone display appears. Touch Call Menu, then Phonebook. The phonebook appears. Select the contact to store in the preset dial. 1 In the initial list, touch the initial of the contact. 2 In the name list, touch the name of the contact. 3 In the number list, touch the phone number. The contact confirmation display appears.
ABC or abc the desired character key 123
change the case. enter the character. switch to the numeric keyboard.
the desired enter the number/ number/symbol key symbol. Space OK enter a space. delete a character. complete the name edit.
Call data management
You can delete the items in the call history.
Touch Preset Memory, then the desired preset number (P1 to P6). The contact is stored in the selected preset number.
To store from the call history
To delete all items in the call history
Press (TOP), then touch BT Phone in the top menu. The Bluetooth Phone display appears. Touch Call Menu, then Recent Call. The list of call history appears. To scroll the list, touch v/V. Touch the desired item in the list. The contact confirmation display appears. Touch Preset Memory, then the desired preset number (P1 to P6). The contact is stored in the selected preset number.
Press (TOP), then touch BT Phone in the top menu. The Bluetooth Phone display appears. Touch Call Menu, then Recent Call. The list of call history appears. Touch Delete All. The confirmation display appears. Touch Yes. All items in the call history are deleted.
To delete an individual item in the call history
To change the registration of the preset dial
Follow the procedure above and overwrite a registered preset dial.
You can also set the approximate subwoofer position from your listening position if: the subwoofer is connected and Subwoofer is set to ON (page 56). the listening position is set to Front L, Front R, Front or All.
During reception/playback, touch Source List, then. Touch Sound. The sound setting menu appears. Touch Listening Position. The setting display appears. Set the listening position. Touch Front L, Front R, Front, All or Custom. Set the subwoofer position. If you select Front L, Front R, Front or All in step 4 above, you can set the subwoofer position. Touch Near, Normal or Far. The setting is complete.
To cancel Intelligent Time Alignment, select OFF. To return to the previous display, touch Back.
Precisely calibrating the listening position Intelligent Time Alignment Tune
You can precisely calibrate your listening position from each speaker so that the sound delay reaches the listener more correctly. Before starting, measure the distance between your listening position and each speaker.
Speaker configuration and volume setup
Creating a virtual center speaker CSO
To fully enjoy surround sound, it is adequate to have 5 speakers (front left/right, rear left/right, center) and 1 subwoofer. CSO (Center Speaker Organizer) allows you to create a virtual center speaker even though a real center speaker is not connected.
During reception/playback, touch Source List, then. Touch Sound, then Listening Position. Touch Custom, then Custom Tune. The setting display appears.
Back Position Tune ATT Top
During disc/USB playback, touch Source List, then. Touch Sound. The sound setting menu appears. Touch CSO. The options appear. Touch CSO1, CSO2 or CSO3. The setting is complete.
Note CSO is effective only when Multi Ch Output is set to Multi (page 58), as it is effective only for playback of multi-channel sources.
Touch +/ of each speaker to set the distance between your listening position and the speakers. The distance is adjustable in 2 cm (13/16 in) steps, between 0 and 400 cm (0 and 13 1/10 ft). To restore the default setting, touch Reset. Touch OK. The setting is complete.
Using rear speakers as subwoofer RBE
RBE (Rear Bass Enhancer) enhances the bass sound by applying the low pass filter setting (page 56) to rear speakers. This function allows rear speakers to work as a subwoofer even if it is not connected.
Note The setting is applied only after OK is touched.
During reception/playback, touch Source List, then. Touch Sound. The sound setting menu appears. Touch v/V to scroll, then RBE. The options appear. Touch RBE1, RBE2 or RBE3. The setting is complete.
Adjusting the speaker volume
You can adjust the volume level of each connected speaker. The adjustable speakers are Front R (Front Right), Front L (Front Left), Surround L (Rear Left), Surround R (Rear Right) and Subwoofer*.
Setting the type of device
By setting the type (video or audio) of each connected device, the background screen can be switched accordingly.
Auxiliary audio/video equipment
You can connect up to 2 optional devices, such as portable media player, game, etc., to the AUX1 IN and AUX2 IN terminals on the unit.
While the unit is off, touch Source List, then. The general setting menu appears. If not, touch General. Touch v/V to scroll, then AUX1 Input or AUX2 Input. Touch Audio or Video. The setting is complete.
Selecting auxiliary device
Touch Source List, then AUX. The AUX playback display appears.
To deactivate the AUX input, select OFF. To return to the previous display, touch Back.
Rear view camera
By connecting the optional rear view camera to the CAMERA IN terminal, you can display the picture from the rear view camera.
AUX1 AUX2 Level 0
The picture from rear view camera appears when the back lamp lights up (or the shift lever is set to the R (reverse) position).
Notes When backing up your car, watch the surroundings carefully for safety. Do not depend on the rear view camera exclusively. The picture from a rear view camera does not appear in the rear monitor. Tip Even if a rear view camera is connected, you can set to not display the picture from a rear view camera by deactivating the camera input (page 54).
Touch AUX1 or AUX2 to select the device. Operate by the portable device itself.
Adjusting the volume level
Be sure to adjust the volume for each connected device before playback. The volume level is common to AUX1 and AUX2.
Reduce the volume on the unit. Touch Source List, then AUX. The AUX playback display appears. Start playback of the portable device at a moderate volume. Set your usual listening volume on the unit. Touch /+ in the Level box repeatedly to adjust the level. The level is adjustable in single steps, between 8 and +18.
Rear view camera settings
You can display setting items on the picture from the rear view camera to assist operation. This setting is available only when: Camera Input is set to ON (page 54). the parking brake is applied.
Playback order of MP3/WMA/AAC/ JPEG/MPEG-4 files
MP3/WMA/AAC/ JPEG/MPEG-4 Folder (album) MP3/WMA/AAC/ JPEG/MPEG-4 file (track/ image/video)
About MP3 files
MP3, which stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3, is a music file compression format standard. It compresses audio CD data to approximately 1/10 of its original size. ID3 tag versions 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 apply to MP3 only. ID3 tag is 15/30 characters (1.0 and 1.1), or 63/126 characters (2.2, 2.3 and 2.4). When naming an MP3 file, be sure to add the file extension.mp3 to the file name. During playback or fast-forward/reverse of a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) MP3 file, elapsed playback time may not display accurately.
Note on MP3 If you play a high-bit-rate MP3, such as 192 kbps, sound may be intermittent.
About MPEG-4 files
MPEG-4 files meeting the following requirements can be played. Playback is not be guaranteed for all MPEG-4 files meeting the requirements.
Profile: MPEG-4 Simple profile Bit rate: Max. 7 Mbps on USB FS, 10 Mbps on DVD, 7 Mbps on CD Frame rate: Max. 30 fps Image size: Max. pixels Audio: Max. 320 kbps (AAC-LC) File extension:.mp4
You can connect to the following iPod models. Update your iPod devices to the latest software before use. Made for iPod touch (2nd generation) iPod touch (1st generation) iPod classic iPod with video* iPod nano (5th generation) iPod nano (4th generation) iPod nano (3rd generation) iPod nano (2nd generation) iPod nano (1st generation)* iPhone 3GS iPhone 3G iPhone
* Passenger control is not available for iPod nano (1st generation) or iPod with video.
About WMA files
WMA, which stands for Windows Media Audio, is a music file compression format standard. It compresses audio CD data to approximately 1/22* of its original size. WMA tag is 63 characters. When naming a WMA file, be sure to add the file extension.wma to the file name. During playback or fast-forward/reverse of a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) WMA file, elapsed playback time may not display accurately.
* only for 64 kbps Note on WMA Playback of the following WMA files is not supported. lossless compression copyright-protected
About AAC files
AAC tag is 126 characters. When naming an AAC file, be sure to add the file extension.m4a to the file name.
Made for iPod and Made for iPhone mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
Replacing the lithium battery of the card remote commander
Under normal conditions, the battery will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
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AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
CEA2006 Standard Power Output: 17 Watts RMS 4 at 4 Ohms < 1% THD+N SN Ratio: 80 dBA (reference: 1 Watt into 4 Ohms)
Notes on the lithium battery Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
Display type: Wide LCD color monitor Dimensions: XNV-770BT: 7.0 in XNV-660BT: 6.1 in System: TFT active matrix Number of pixels: 1,152,000 pixels Color system: PAL/NTSC/SECAM/PAL-M automatic select
Tuning range: 87.5 107.9 MHz Antenna (aerial) terminal: External antenna (aerial) connector Intermediate frequency: 150 kHz Usable sensitivity: 10 dBf Selectivity: 75 dB at 400 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio: 70 dB (mono) Separation: 40 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response: 20 15,000 Hz
WARNING Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Tuning range: 530 1,710 kHz Antenna (aerial) terminal: External antenna (aerial) connector Intermediate frequency: 25 kHz Sensitivity: 26 V
DVD/CD Player section
Signal-to-noise ratio: 120 dB Frequency response: 10 20,000 Hz Wow and flutter: Below measurable limit Harmonic distortion: 0.01 % Region code: Labeled on the bottom of the unit
USB Player section
Interface: USB (Full-speed) Maximum current: 500 mA
Communication System: Bluetooth Standard version 2.0 + EDR Output: Bluetooth Standard Power Class 2 (Max. +4 dBm) Maximum communication range: Line of sight approx. 10 m (33 ft)*1 Frequency band: 2.4 GHz band (2.4000 2.4835 GHz) Modulation method: FHSS Compatible Bluetooth Profiles*2: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.3 HFP (Handsfree Profile) 1.5 PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile) OPP (Object Push Profile)
*1 The actual range will vary depending on factors such as obstacles between devices, magnetic fields around a microwave oven, static electricity, reception sensitivity, antennas performance, operating system, software application, etc. *2 Bluetooth standard profiles indicate the purpose of Bluetooth communication between devices.
Supplied accessories: Card remote commander: RM-X170 Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Microphone USB connection cable for iPod: RC-200IPV (XNV-770BT only) CD-ROM (Application disc) Parts for enabling navigation function (1 set) Optional accessories/equipment: Mobile monitor: XVM-B62 BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin cord): RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) USB connection cable for iPod: RC-200IPV HD Radio tuner: XT-100HD Rear View Camera: XA-R800C
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson. This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Power amplifier section
Outputs: Speaker outputs Speaker impedance: ohms Maximum power output: 52 W 4 (at 4 ohms)
Outputs: Video output terminal (rear) Audio output terminals (front/rear) Subwoofer output terminal Power antenna (aerial) relay control terminal Power amplifier control terminal Inputs: Telephone ATT control terminal Illumination control terminal BUS control input terminal Remote controller input terminal Antenna (aerial) input terminal Parking break control terminal Microphone input terminal Reverse input terminal Camera input terminal AUX audio input terminals AUX video input terminals USB signal input connector External input terminal Power requirements: 12 V DC car battery (negative ground (earth)) Dimensions: XNV-770BT: Approx. 189 mm (7 1/7 1/2 in) (w/h/d) XNV-660BT: Approx. 173 mm (7 1/6 7/8 in) (w/h/d) Mounting dimensions: Approx. 164 mm (7 1/3/1/2 in) (w/h/d) Mass: XNV-770BT: Approx. 2.7 kg (5 lb 14 oz) XNV-660BT: Approx. 2.4 kg (5 lb 4 oz)
Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the certain printed wiring boards. Halogenated flame retardants are not used in cabinets. Packaging cushions are made from paper.
The region system is used to protect software copyrights. The region code is located on the bottom of the unit, and only DVDs labeled with an identical region code can be played on this unit. DVDs labeled ALL can also be played. If you try to play any other DVD, the message Playback prohibited by region code. will appear on the monitor screen. Depending on the DVD, no region code may be labeled even though playing the DVD is prohibited by area restrictions.
The connected USB device is not supported. For details on the compatibility of your USB device, visit the support site. The SensMe data is corrupted. The data for the SensMe function has a problem, such as altered file name, information, etc. USB device is not connected. USB is selected as source without a USB device connected. A USB device or a USB cable has been disconnected during playback. t Be sure to connect a USB device and USB cable. USB Reading. The unit is reading all file/album (folder) information in the connected USB device. t Wait until reading is complete and playback starts automatically. Depending on the structure, it may take time. Waiting for Navi connection. The navigation module is not connected. t Connect the navigation module to the car dock and wait for a moment. or During reverse or fast-forward, you have reached the beginning or the end of the disc and you cannot go any further. The character cannot be displayed with the unit.
If these solutions do not help improve the situation, consult your nearest Sony dealer. If you take the unit to be repaired because of disc playback trouble, bring the disc that was used at the time the problem began.
Language code/area code list
Language code list
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
Code 1181 Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Amharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali; Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish German Bhutani Greek English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese French Frisian Code 1345 Language Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian Icelandic Italian Hebrew Japanese Yiddish Javanese Georgian Kazakh Greenlandic Cambodian Kannada Korean Kashmiri Kurdish Kirghiz Latin Lingala Laothian Lithuanian Latvian; Lettish Malagasy Code 1506 Language Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay Maltese Burmese Nauru Nepali Dutch Norwegian Occitan (Afan)Oromo Oriya Punjabi Polish Pashto; Pushto Portuguese Quechua RhaetoRomance Kirundi Romanian Russian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sangho SerboCroatian Singhalese Slovak Slovenian Code 1697 Language Samoan Shona Somali Albanian Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swedish Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tonga Turkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapk Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Chinese Zulu
|Product Type||Navigation system with DVD player, LCD monitor, digital player and radio|
|Features||Rear-facing camera capability, iPod compatible, Bluetooth hands-free for cellular phone, Bluetooth audio streaming|
|Technology||TFT active matrix|
|Image Aspect Ratio||17:9|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Device Type||Digital player|
|Type||Radio tuner - AM/FM|
|Total Preset Station Qty||30|
|AM Preset Station Qty||12|
|FM Preset Station Qty||18|
|Supported RDS Functions||EON, PS|
|Features||WMA playback, AAC playback, DivX compatible, MPEG-4 playback|
|Max Output Power / Channel Qty||52 Watts x 4|
|Equalizer Band Qty||7 bands|
|Navigation Software & Services||TomTom HOME|
|Connector Type||Composite video/audio input Front channel output Rear channel output USB Subwoofer output|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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