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rohit 2:48pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010 
worth the money "this is hands down a wicked radio" thats what i have to say i had this radio for a year and it was flawless the default screen on the... Good price-quality relation It is a complete stuff, nice screen, good sound and easy to install.
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Excellent indash DVD player Excellent, bought it for less than $600 NEW and it comes with Surround sound built in and is Sirius AND XM SAT ready! Amazing Everything is Amazing in this Unit, It has great video quality, view from all angles, excellent touchscreen feature.

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Installation Guide

Congratulations on your purchase of the SIRPAN1C Panasonic-Compatible SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner!
Your new SIRIUS Tuner is designed to work with 2006 models of Panasonic headunits that are designated as SAT RADIO READY. Contact Panasonic or SIRIUS for model compatibility, or see page 11 for a list of compatible models.

Table of Contents

Package Contents... 3 Warnings and Cautions... 4 Installation.... 6 Mounting the Tuner.... 6 Installing the Antenna.... 6 Optimum Antenna Mounting Locations... 7 Wiring and Cable Connections.... 8 System Connection Examples... 10 Activating Your SIRIUS Subscription.. 11 Specifications.... 12 Warranty.... 13
What is SIRIUS Satellite Radio?
100 channels of the best entertainment and completely commercial-free music for your car, home or office. Only SIRIUS has 60 original music channels, from todays hits to R&B oldies to classical masterpieces. From authentic Country and real Bluegrass to cool Jazz, hot Latin, Reggae, Rock and many more. Best of all, its all completely commercial-free. SIRIUS also has 40 channels of worldclass sports, news and entertainment. Coupled with great sports news from ESPN, the SIRIUS sports offering is unrivaled. And dont forget a host of other great news and entertainment, like NPR, CNBC, CBC, Radio Disney and E! Entertainment Radio. SIRIUS Canada's lineup includes 10 Canadian channels featuring some of the best of CBC Radio One programming and cutting edge Canadian indie music. With SIRIUS, the emphasis is on the music and entertainment you want. With SIRIUS, the emphasis is on the
music and entertainment you want. The music is hosted by SIRIUS Jockeys, who are true experts. They back-up the music with compelling information about the song being played, and they understand that sometimes its best to just let the music speak for itself. Rely on SIRIUS rocket science for superior coverage. Only SIRIUS has three powerful satellites that fly directly over North America ensuring coast-to-coast-tocoast coverage with high elevation angles. This gives the satellites a clear line of sight to your car or home, with much less concern for buildings, trees or other objects that might block conventional satellite signals. Once you experience our 100 channels of digital entertainment, youll never want to leave your car. For more information, visit

Package Contents

E A SIRPAN1C Tuner B Mini Magnetic Antenna C Antenna Cable Cover/Tail D Alcohol Swab E Power Harness With In-Line Filter F 2.5-Meter Panasonic Bus Cable G 6 Mounting Screws G F
SIRPAN1C Installation Guide
SIRPAN1C Installation Guide SIR-PAN1 Operation and Installation Guide


This symbol means important instructions. Failure to heed them can result in serious injury or death. DO NOT OPERATE ANY FUNCTION THAT TAKES YOUR ATTENTION AWAY FROM SAFELY DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE. Any function that requires your prolonged attention should only be performed after coming to a complete stop. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location before performing these functions. Failure to do so may result in an accident. DO NOT OPEN, DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER THE UNIT IN ANY WAY. Doing so may result in fire, electric shock or product damage. DO NOT INSERT ANY OBJECTS INTO THE UNIT. Doing so may result in fire, electric shock or product damage. USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING FUSE. Failure to do so may result in fire, electric shock or product damage. MAKE THE CORRECT CONNECTIONS. Failure to make proper connections may result in fire or product damage. DO NOT SPLICE INTO A ELECTRICAL CABLES. Never cut away cable insulation to supply power to other equipment. Doing so will exceed the current carrying capacity of the wire and result in fire or electric shock. DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS THAT MIGHT HINDER VEHICLE OPERATION. Doing so may obstruct vision or hamper movement which can
result in a serious accident. DO NOT INSTALL THE UNIT TO HIGH LEVELS OF HUMIDITY, MOISTURE OR DUST. Doing so can result in electric shock or product failure. FCC Warning: This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in this User Guide. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference. This equipment may cause harmful interference to radio communications if it is not installed and used in accordance with these instructions. 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 of more of the following measures: Relocate the receiving antenna. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.


This symbol means important instructions. Failure to heed them can result in injury or material property damage. HALT USE IMMEDIATELY IF A PROBLEM APPEARS. Failure to do so may cause personal injury or damage to the product. Return the unit to your authorized retailer or nearest service center for repairing. INSTALL THE WIRING SO THAT IT IS NOT CRIMPED OR PINCHED BY SCREWS OR SHARP METAL EDGES. Route the cables away from moving parts or sharp pointed edges. This will prevent crimping and damage to the wiring. If the wiring must pass through a metal hole, be sure to use a rubber grommet to prevent the wires insulation from being cut by the metal edge of the hole.
USE THE SPECIFIED ACCESSORY PARTS AND INSTALL THE PRODUCT SECURELY. Be sure to use only the specified accessory parts. Use of nonspecified parts may damage this unit internally or may not securely install the unit in place. This may cause parts to become loose, resulting in hazards or product failure. USE CAUTION IF YOU NEED TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY TERMINAL. Please consult the vehicles owners manual or a service technician prior to removing the battery positive or ground connection, as it may cause damage to the vehicles electrical system or require reprogramming of the vehicles computer-controlled devices.


It is recommended that prior to starting the installation, you thoroughly read this manual and follow the guidelines listed below: Consider the mounting location carefully. You should make sure that you avoid the following: Any location where the tuner is exposed to moisture. Any location where the unit is exposed to extreme heat. Any location that would interfere with moving parts on the vehicle or hamper driving. Mounting the SIRPAN1C Tuner Be sure that you find a location that is flat and has clearance above the unit to prevent any damage as well as allow for ventilation. Do not install the tuner under the carpet or in a small enclosed area without proper ventilation. Doing so can result in damage to the tuner or the vehicle. Use the supplied screws to securely fasten the unit. check to make sure the area behind the unit is free from moving parts, fuel or break lines, wire harnesses or any other items which may get damaged by drilling a mounting hole or using the supplied screws. Installing the Antenna The antenna includes a 6-1/2 cable cover/tail which covers the exposed antenna cable and keeps it attached securely to vehicle roof. The tail also helps position the antenna the proper distance from the window, sunroof or rear hatch. To attach the cover/tail: 1. Once you have determined the proper mounting location (see next section), clean the area with the supplied alcohol swab. 2. Connect the cover/tail to the antenna cable, making sure that the strain-relief on the antenna seats into the cover/tail groove. Route the cable through the wire channel in the cover/tail. Antenna

(Underside) Cable Cover/Tail
For SUVs, minivans and five-door vehicles, bring the cable into the vehicle under the rubber molding for the tailgate, and continue under the interior trim. From the trunk, carefully route the cable to the location of the SIRPAN1C and plug the SMB connector onto the unit.

Vehicle Body

Adhesive Strips

Cable Cover/Tail

Connect the cable cover/ tail to the antenna cable, insert the cable through the grove. Peel off the adhesive tape
Caution: If you are attaching the unit directly to the vehicles chassis, be sure that you
3. Remove the remaining protective tape from the adhesive, carefully position the antenna with cover/tail and apply pressure to secure to the vehicle.
Optimum Antenna Mounting Locations The optimum location to mount the included antenna is on the roof of the vehicle. It is important to avoid any obstruction that will block satellite signal like a roof rack. For convertible vehicles, install the antenna on the trunk lid. Place the antenna on a metal surface of your vehicle at least 12" x 12", and at least 6" from a window. (Use the antenna cover/tail as a guide for the proper distance). The antennas powerful magnet will secure it to the metal surface. The adhesive that is attached to the antenna cover/tail will secure the cable to the vehicle. Before routing the antenna cable, confirm that the antenna is mounted in a good location. Route the cable from the antenna to the vehicles interior by tucking it underneath the rubber molding around the rear window (if possible). Route the cable from the lowest point of the rear window into the trunk. Take advantage of any existing cable channels or wiring conduits.



Convertible (only)

Caution: Do not pull the wire across sharp edges that could damage it. Keep the wire away from areas where it could become tangled in the drivers and passengers feet. Keep the antenna wire away from extreme heat like exhaust systems. Avoid placing the cable near any moving parts.


Wiring and Cable Connections
Right-angle SMB Connector
Antenna (21 cable) Mount on Roof of Vehicle
Antenna Input Connect the right-angle SMB connector from the antenna. Push firmly to attach. Panasonic Headunit Connector Use the supplied Panasonic bus cable to connect to the Panasonic headunit See System Connection Examples for more specific details.
Power Harness Connector After the wiring connections are complete, plug the wiring harness into the connector. Make sure to insert firmly to lock the connector in place.
Red (Pin 1) ACC, Connect to Ignition Switched Circuit


Ignition Switch
Yellow (Pin 2) Connect to Battery Positive (+) Black (Pin 3) Connect to Chassis Ground ()
A Antenna Input (SMB) B Headunit Connector C Power Connector
2.5-meter Panasonic Bus Cable (Connect to Panasonic SAT-Ready Headunit)
1 ACC (Ignition Switched) 2 Battery (+) 3 Ground (-) 4 No Connection
System Connection Examples
System 1: Panasonic Headunit and SIRPAN1C
Activating Your SIRIUS Subscription
You must activate the SIRPAN1C before you can start to receive the SIRIUS Satellite Radio broadcast. 1. Make sure that the SIRPAN1C is properly connected and that the antenna is oriented to receive the SIRIUS satellite signal. 2. Turn on the Panasonic headunit. 3. Press and release the SOURCE button on the headunit to select SIRIUS as the source. (Each press of the SOURCE button will change to a different audio source.) 4. The display will read UPDATING until the SIRPAN1C channel update is completed. This is where the latest channel line up is updated on the SIRIUS tuner. NOTE: Dont push any buttons or perform any operations until updating has been completed. Once updated and the SIRIUS channels are received, the display will change to Call 1-888-539-SIRIUS to Subscribe and will place you in SIRIUS Satellite Radios Preview Channel (Channel 184). You Should be able to hear the SIRIUS Preview channels Audio. 5. Use the / buttons to select to Channel 000 on the display to bring up the SIRIUS ID (SID). 6. The unit will display CH000, followed by ESN XXXXXXXXXXXX. The SID will be displayed in each of the Artist, Song Title, and Composer Fields of the Display Example ESN 123456789123. Write down the 12 digit SID in the location provided on
Panasonic SAT Radio Ready Headunit
the next page for future reference. (See the Panasonic Owners Manual for more information.) 7. To activate, call SIRIUS toll-free at 1-888-539-SIRIUS (1-888-539-7474). 8. You will not be able to tune to any other channels until you activate your SIRIUS subscription. After your SIRPAN1C is activated, you will be able to change channels and hear the audio playing. Note: The SID can also be found on the sticker that is on the bottom of the SIRPAN1C and on the packaging that the unit was packed in.

Basic Operation

The SIRPAN1C SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner is compatible with 2006 models of Panasonic headunits that are designated as SAT RADIO READY. The following models are compatible:
CQ-C3303U CQ-C3333U CQ-C3403U CQ-C3433U CQ-C5303U CQ-C5403U CQ-C7103U CQ-C7203U CQ-C7303U CQ-C7403U CQ-C7413U CQ-C8303U CQ-C8403U CQ-C8413U CQ-C8803U CQ-VD6503U CQ-VD7003U

System 2: Panasonic Headunit, CD Changer, and SIRPAN1C
Panasonic Expansion module
Consult the Panasonic or SIRIUS Customer Support Departments for more information about compatibility.

Panasonic CD Changer

Please consult your Panasonic owners manual for proper operation instructions for using satellite radio products.


Operational Frequencies Satellite.... 2322.293/2330.207 MHz Terrestrial... 2326.250MHz Power Requirements... 8-16 Volts DC Fuse Type.... 1-AMP (AGC) Chassis Size (without Mounting Tabs). 4-1/8 x 5 x 1-3/8 (WxHxD) 105mm x 126mm x 35mm (WxHxD) Chassis Size (with Mounting Tabs).. 4-7/8 x 5 x 1-3/8 (WxHxD) 127mm x 126mm x 35mm (WxHxD) Weight... 0.528 kg. (1.16 lbs.) Antenna Type... Mini-Magnetic Antenna Cable Length... 21 (single micro-cable) Connector Type... SMB (Right-angle) Audio Output... 1V (Fixed) Included Cable.. 2.5 Meter Panasonic Bus (Male/Male)
SIRIUS Canada Inc. (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Companys option) without charge for parts and labor. To obtain replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the location shown below under WARRANTY RETURN. This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical systems. This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANYS LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANYS LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT. This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 48 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. WARRANTY RETURN: To obtain a replacement within the terms of this Warranty, please return product to an authorized Sirius Canada retailer or call Erikson Consumer Customer Service at (800) 567-3275 for an authorized Sirius retailer near you; proof of purchase and description of defect are required. Products to be returned to an approved warranty station must be shipped freight prepaid.

Please write down your SIRIUS ID in the space provided below:
SIRIUS ID: SIRIUS Customer Service: 1-888-539-7474
SIRIUS Canada Inc. 2 St. Clair Ave. West Suite 1100 Toronto, Ontario M4V 1L6 1-888-539-7474
2006 SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. SIRIUS and the SIRIUS dog logo are registered trademarks of SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc.


Observe the following cautions when using this unit.
Keep the sound volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and traffic conditions while driving.
Use the designated parts and tools for installation.
Use the supplied or designated parts and appropriate tools to install the product. The use of parts other than those supplied or designated may result in internal damage to the unit. Faulty installation may lead to an accident, a malfunction or fire.
Do not block the air vent or the cooling plate of the unit.
Blocking these parts will cause the interior of the unit to overheat and will result in fire or other damage.
Do not insert or allow your hand or fingers to be caught in the unit.
To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fingers caught in moving parts or in the disc slot. Especially watch out for infants.
Do not install the product where it is exposed to strong vibrations or is unstable.
Avoid slanted or strongly curved surfaces for installation. If the installation is not stable, the unit may fall down while driving and this can lead to an accident or injury.
This unit is designed for use exclusively in automobiles. Do not operate the unit for a prolonged period with the engine turned off.
Operating the audio system for a long period of time with the engine turned off will drain the battery.

Installation Angle

The product should be installed in a horizontal position with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than 30. The user should bear in mind that in some areas there may be restrictions on how and where this unit must be installed. Consult your dealer for further details.
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
Otherwise these will raise the interior temperature of the unit, and it may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit.
Do not use the product where it will be exposed to water, moisture, or dust.
Exposure of the unit to water, moisture, or dust may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit. Make especially sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on rainy days.
Wear gloves for safety. Make sure that wiring is completed before installation. To prevent damage to the unit, do not connect the power connector until the whole wiring is completed. Do not connect more than one speaker to one set of speaker leads. (except for connecting to a tweeter)
Observe the following cautions when installing.
Refer wiring and installation to qualified service personnel.
Installation of this unit requires special skills and experience. For maximum safety, have it installed by your dealer. Panasonic is not liable for any problems resulting from your own installation of the unit.

Service in Puerto Rico

Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Panasonic Sales Company Factory Servicenter: Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Phone (787) 750-4300, Fax (787) 768-2910


FOR PRODUCT OPERATION ASSISTANCE, please contact: Our Customer Care Centre: Telephone #: (905) 624-5505 1-800 #: 1-800-561-5505 Fax #: (905) 238-2360 Email link: Contact Us on FOR PRODUCT REPAIRS, please locate your nearest Authorized Servicentre at Link : ServicentresTM locator under Customer support

Accessory Purchases:

Purchase Parts, Accessories and Instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at:
or, send your request by E-mail to: You may also contact us directly at: 1-800-332-5368 (Phone) 1-800-237-9080 (Fax Only) (MondayFriday 9 am to 8 pm, EST.) Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032 (We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, and Personal Checks) For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY : 1-866-6051277
Panasonic Factory Service:
Vancouver Panasonic Canada Inc. 12111 Riverside Way Richmond, BC V6W 1K8 Tel: (604) 278-4211 Fax: (604) 278-5627 Toronto Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive Mississauga, ON L4W 2T3 Tel: (905) 624-8447 Fax: (905) 238-2418
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.

Limited Warranty

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact your dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to warrantors Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses of the warrantor. PARTS AND SERVICE WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Customers Record Model No. Serial No. Dealers No. Code No. Dealers Address Date of Purchase

Pull the insulation film out from the backside of the remote control gently.
USER (user settings)( a page 32)
display unit, clock, ID code, memory clear, other
SCREEN (screen settings)(a page 34)

dimmer, picture

Battery Replacement
q Remove the battery holder with the remote control unit placed on a flat surface. q Stick your thumbnail into the groove and push the holder in the direction of the arrow at the same time. w Pull it out in the direction of the arrow using a tough pointed object. Tough pointed object
AUDIO (audio settings)(a page 34)
sound setup, graphic equalizer, CS Auto, speaker setup, speaker level, time alignment, source level, cross over
(DVD settings)(a page 38)
language, display, pro logic, down mix, dynamic range compression, multiple channel
INPUT/OUTPUT (AV-IN/OUT settings)(a page 39)

source skip

(radio settings)(a page 40)
FM set up, AM set up Note: Refer to Settings (a page 30) for further information about operations, settings, and others of the menu screen.
Back side w Put a battery in the case with (+)-side facing up. e Put the case back. Lithium battery 2 (CR2025: supplied)
You may need to set the following depending on the devices to be connected.




. (a page 36) 3 Battery case

Other speakers

. (a page 36)
Keep batteries away from children to avoid the risk of accidents. If an infant ingests a battery, please seek immediate medical attention.
AV1/AV2 (Camcorder,VCR, etc.)



. (a page 37)

Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately. Do not disassemble, heat or short a battery. Do not throw a battery into a fire or water. Follow local regulations when disposing of a battery. Improper use of a battery may cause overheating, an explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a fire. Note: Battery Information: Battery Type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025) Battery Life: Approximately 6 months under normal use (at room temperature)
When you connect external devices to AV1-IN/ AV2-IN (AV1/AV2), be sure to connect the side brake connection lead (aInstallation Instructions).
Symbols used in this manual


You can perform some operations of this unit in one or more methods with the touch panel or remote control. This book explains such operations in tabular form as follows. Refer to the following for the pictographs located in the upper part of each table.

Compatible Discs

Disc Marks
The following pictographs are used for the descriptions of disc operation. (a page 19-23)
DVD : DVD VCD : VCD (Video CD) CD : CD MP3 : CD-R/RWs containing MP3 files WMA : CD-R/RWs containing WMA files
Compatible types of disc The discs compatible with the targeted operation.
Operation on the Touch Panel You can use the touch panel to perform the targeted operation. If the operation is not executable with the touch panel, is displayed.
Operation on the Remote Control Unit You can use the remote control to perform the targeted operation. If the operation is not executable with the remote control, is displayed.
Operation on the Unit You can use the Unit to perform the targeted operation. If the operation is not executable with the Unit, is displayed.
Name of Controls and Functions

Display Unit

(Display Raised)
!0 [TILT] o [OPEN] (CLOSE)


Disc slot

Remote control sensor i

w [VOL]
[}] [{] (DISC) [] ] [[ ] (TUNE/TRACK) [ENTER]

t [MENU]

y [NAVI]

(Display Closed)


Dimmer Sensor (


a page 34)

Note: [ASP], [MENU], [u], [OPEN], [TILT] are available only on the display unit.
: This book refers to connections to the Panasonic car navigation system that will come onto the market in the future. Descriptions regarding the car navigation system are boxed with a dotted line.
q [ASP] (ASPECT) (PMODE) w [VOL] e [MUTE] r [SRC] (PWR) t [MENU] y [NAVI] u [u]
Selects the aspect ratio. Activates/inactivates the private mode. Adjusts the sound volume. Mutes the sound temporarily. Switches on/off the power. Changes the modes such as sound and picture. Shows the menu screen. Put navigation screen on the display. (available in the future) Ejects/reloads a disc. Note: A disc is in the slot when this is illuminated in blue.
i [}] [{] (DISC) []] [[] (TUNE/TRACK)
Selects a folder or a disc. Selects (vertically) or adjusts an operation or item. Selects or searches for a track, file, station. Selects or searches for a channel. Selects (horizontally) or adjusts an operation or item. Selects a band. Searches for broadcast stations and memorizes them automatically. Determines an operation or item. Opens/closes the monitor. Adjusts the monitor position. Tilts the monitor forward temporarily.

(a next page) Clock time (a page 32)


Input is not possible because the user has attempted to perform an operation which is not supported by the disc contents.

Source Button

(Content varies with each source) Displays the Source Selection Screen.

Menu Button

Displays the Menu Screen.

Source Selection Screen

Menu Screen
Source Selection Screen appears. Touch desired source button. Touch to quit. Press [SRC] to change to desired mode.
Menu Screen appears. Select desired setting.
Menu Setting, (a page 30)
Press [MENU] to let Menu Screen appear.
Note: The screen above appears when no external device is connected to AV1, AV2, and the Expansion Module (CY-EM100U, option).

Switching the Display

Touching allows users to switch between screens as follows.
How to Call up Operation Screen


Radio (a page 26)

Standard Screen

Operation Screen
Disc Player (DVD/VCD (*1)/ CD/MP3/WMA) (a page 20)
How to Cancel OSD (On Screen Display)

AV1/AV2 (*1) (a page 28)

*1 To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of touch panel. *2 The operation screen is not available in the video mode. Note: Refer to the description of each mode for how to operate the operation screen.
Showing the hidden part of the screen.
Some items have continued parts. You can see the continued parts by pressing DVD mode or.









[SRC] (PWR: power)

[] ] [[ ]

Remote Control Sensor

Preparation: Turn your cars ignition key to the ACC or ON position.

General Operations


Power Power

ON : OFF :


Note: You cannot turn on the power via the remote control when ACC SELECT is set to OFF. (a ACC SELECT , page 33)

Display Open/Close

Press once to open. Press again to close.
Note: When the display unit is opened or closed, a loud beep sounds three times. If the unit stops halfway, press [OPEN] again to draw it all the way out. Opening/closing the display can be done when the power is off.

Source selection

Note: When playing a DVD, there are cases where it is not possible to return to the start of a chapter that spans 2 titles. (a page 50) Fast forward Release to resume playback. Fast reverse []] [s] Release to resume playback. The speed changes if the button is held down as follows. Regular speed /1.5 times (DVD) /10 times (DVD) /20 times [d] [[]

Touch desired folder

Fast Forward/ Fast Reverse

Folder Selection


[}] [{]

Next folder Previous folder Scrolls the title once To resume playback, touch/press / [5]. To resume playback, touch/press again or touch/press / [5].

Title Scroll Stop


Slow Playback

Touch/press and hold in the pause mode. Playback is at about 1/3 normal speed. To resume normal playback, touch/press / [5]. Note: Reverse slow playback is not possible.

Repeat Play

To cancel, touch again.
Repeat Play within the Current Folder Scan Play
To cancel, touch and hold for more than 2 seconds again. To cancel, touch again.
Random Play Random Play within the Current Folder


To cancel, touch and hold again.
Touch/Press and hold * Touch panel symbols will change to indicate these current mode.

{F= FOLDER (folder)}

Disc Player (continued)
To switch Operation Screen ON, touch the center of touch panel.

Chapter/title Selection

Showing menu and selecting an item
*1 Note on VCD: For VCD, touch/press / [RETURN] instead of / [DVD MENU].

or *1 d

q Menu appears. d w Select the desired item. d e Determine the setting. Returns to the previous display.

*2 d *2

d [] ] [[ ] [] ] [[ ] [}] [{] [}] [{] d d [ENTER] [ENTER] [RETURN]
Note: When the top menu does not appear even by pressing [DVD MENU], press and hold the same button for more than 2 seconds.
Starting Playback from a specific chapter/title
Touch the numerical key to enter a number directly

d to d

q Toggles Chapter number input mode, Title number input mode and Number input mode. d w Input desired number. d e Playback starts. /[RETURN].

Root Folder (Root Directory) q
Folder Selection w e In the order
File Selection In the order y q r

t y Tree 4 Tree 8 (Max.)

Tree 1

Tree 2

Tree 3


It is prohibited by copyright laws to copy, distribute and deliver copyrighted materials such as music without the approval of copyright holder except for personal use.

No warranty

Above description complies with our investigations as of December 2005. It has no warranty for reproducibility and displayability of MP3/WMA.

Radio Mode Selection

q Touch Source Button. d w Touch (RADIO) on the Source Selection Screen. Source Button
Frequency Auto presetting Preset stations

Band selection

Press [SRC] to change to the desired mode.

*1 List selection


[ENTER] [] ] [[ ]

* Appears when ALL is selected. (a page 40) MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e

Stereo indicator

Band Selection


*2 The displayed contents on the touch panel vary with circumstances.

List Selection

Refer to the next page.
Preparation: Select ALL. (a page 40) MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e




There are 6 stations in each list. You can call up next 6 stations by switching from one list to another. *3 From the touch panel, you can toggle only Lists 1-3, but not AM. To change to AM , touch.
Station Selection Seek Tuning

[[] []] [[] []]

Up Down Up Down
Touch/press and hold for more than 0.5 second then release. Seeking starts. Touch/Press and hold

Preset Memory

Manual Preset Memory
Up to 6 stations can be preset in each band. Select a band and frequency.

blinks once

Touch and hold for more than 2 seconds. The frequency blinks once, and a receiving station is saved in the memory. New stations overwrite existing saved stations.

Auto Preset Memory

Preparation: Select EACH. (a page 40) MENU e RADIO e FM SETUP e AUTO PRESET e Select a band.


Six stations are automatically preset in each band.
6 stations with first to 6th highest in signal strength of each band will be preset.
Touch/press and hold for more than 2 seconds. Once set, the preset stations are sequentially scanned for 5 seconds each. (scanning) New stations overwrite existing saved stations.
In total 18 FM stations are automatically preset.
18 stations with first to 18th highest in signal strength of all FMs will be preset at once.

Preset Station Calling


(Language setting). (a page 33)
(a page 32) (a page 32) (a page 32) (a page 33) (a page 33)

(a page 34) (a page 34)

(a page 34) (a page 34) (a page 35) (a page 36) (a page 36) (a page 37) (a page 37) (a page 37)
(a page 38) (a page 38) (a page 39) (a page 39) (a page 39) (a page 39)
(*1) (*1) (a page 39) (*1) (*1) (*1)
(a page 40) (a page 40) (*1) (*1)
(*1) Please refer to the System Upgrade Guidebook.

MENU Operation

(Example: DVD mode)

in Operation Screen.

Touch desired setting.
(Example: setting screen of DISPLAY UNIT a page 32) Determines the setting and goes back to the previous menu out of the menu.
Determines the setting and gets out of the menu
Note: The display returns to the previous status if there is no operation for more than 60 seconds after changing to the setting menu.


[SRC] (Exit from the menu)
[MENU] (Shows the menu display/ Goes back to the previous menu)



Settings (continued)




Display adjustment


ID Code Setting

Prior to operating this unit, it is advisable to assign a 4digit ID code for security. Once the ID code has been set, the unit cannot be operated if the main power supply is disconnected then re-connected. It is electronically locked so that a thief cannot use the stolen unit unless that person knows the code you have set. The ID code operation must be performed only by the person to whom the unit belongs. Generally, it is not necessary to enter the ID code each time when using the unit if it has not been disconnected from the main power supply (car battery).

(Tilt angle adjustment)

default: 5


(Monitor setting when power on)
: the monitor is opened automatically when turning ON ACC. : the monitor is not opened automatically. default:


0 to 9
4 digits numeric code default: none
Note: The monitor position setting menu can also be displayed by pressing the [TILT] button on the display unit for more than 2 seconds. (a page 17)
How to set your ID code (for the first time) q Enter an 4 digit ID code. w Enter the same 4 digit ID code again. How to change your ID code q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID code is entered, a new ID code cannot be registered. w Enter a new 4 digit ID code. e Enter the new 4 digit ID code again. How to cancel the known ID code q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID code is entered, it is not possible to cancel the ID code function. until COMPLETED! is disw Touch and hold played. The ID code cancelling procedure is completed. The unit now works without an ID code.



(Sound effect setting)

THROUGH : No GEQ or CS Auto setting GEQ


: Goes to GEQ setting : Goes to CS Auto setting default:


CS Auto


Display appearance
GRAPHIC-EQ (Graphic-equalizer)
Graphic-equalizer (Adjust the image contrast)


] : decreases the contrast between black and white
Six EQ presets are already provided at shipment in this unit. To recall a preset memory, select the corresponding preset buttons [1] to [6].
1 : (Flat) flat frequency response 2 : (Rock) speedy and heavy sound 3 : (Pop) wide-ranged and deep sound
[ : increases the contrast between black and white


] : darkens
(Adjust the image brightness)
4 : (Vocal) clear sound 5 : (Jazz) jazz-specific deep sound 6 : (Club) club and disco-specific sound

[ : lightens

(Adjust the image color depth)
You may set your own EQ or modify factory presettings in each memory button by following the instructions below: Adjusting level of each preset The level of each of the 7 frequency bands can be adjusted. q Select the preset number that you prefer to adjust. /[{][}] to adjust each frew Touch/press quency. e Touch/press the same preset number for more than 2 seconds. Frequency band
] : lightens the depth of color on the display
[ : deepens the depth of color on the display
(Adjust the image tone or tint)
] : emphasizes red in the color image
[ : emphasizes green in the color image

16 k (Hz)

Adjustment range: 12 dB to +12 dB (in 2 dB steps) default: 0 dB for each band Note: The new level adjustment will overwrite the previous level adjustment. For resuming the factory settings, touch and hold (INIT (initialize)) for more than 2 seconds.
(flat) To set the level to flat, touch and hold for more than 2 seconds. Expectable effects vary with the audio format to be used, settings in the menu, and other factors.


(TruBass Setting)
FRONT TruBass (Applies to the front speakers)

[ : more

] : less
REAR TruBass (Applies to the rear speakers)

CS Auto Setting

SUB-W TruBass (Applies to the Sub-woofer)
(Customizing the setting)

(Raises the sound image)

FRONT FOCUS (Raises the front sound image)
Setting range: off, + 1 to + 10 default: off
Note: TruBass TruBass is an audio technology to which the technique of bass sound reproduction used in pipe organs is electrically applied, and in which an equalizer is not used at all and bass sound from the speakers to be used is richly reproduced.

: when not using a subwoofer : when using a subwoofer

[ : up

Setting range: 10 dB to + 10 dB (1 dB steps) default: 0 dB for all speakers
If the speaker setting is NONE (none) or NO (no) for a speaker, the test signal is not output and that speaker cannot be selected. Turn rotary volume controller or press [+] or [] (VOL) to adjust the volume of the test signal.
default: NO * A subwoofer (option, CJ-SW3003 recommended) is required. A power amplifier (option) is also required for connecting a subwoofer.
Note: While the private mode is active, only adjusted.

can be

Note: While the private mode is active, only FRONT L and FRONT R can be adjusted.
Setting the AV1/AV2 input level Make this setting if it is not possible to adjust the volume through the connected device (on the output side).


(Test tone output)

(Setting for AV1)

: sets the level low/sound volume increases : sets the level high/sound volume decreases
: disables the test tone : enables the test tone


(Setting for AV2)
When the test tone is set to on, test signal (a continuous tone) is output from each speaker for approximately 2 seconds. Adjust the output balance so that the tone appears to have the same volume from each speaker.
Adjusting the output balance: Adjust the volume of all of the other speakers to the volume level of the speaker from which the test signal appears to be the quietest.


Adjusting the timing with which the audio from each speaker reaches the listeners position (Center speaker delay time setCENTER ting)
Note: If the input level from AV1/AV2 is too high, the audio will not be output normally. After setting the input level The volume can be adjusted by pressing [+] or [] (VOL) on the remote control or turning rotary volume controller on the unit. default: HIGH


Cut off frequency
Setting range: 0 ms to 5 ms (1 ms steps) 1 ms = 0.001 seconds default: 0 ms

Cannot switch the audio language/subtitle language/angle. The audio/subtitle language selected in the DVD settings is not used. A DVD-R or DVD-RW is not playable.
It is not possible to switch if the disc does not have multiple audio languages/subtitle languages/angles recorded on it. (Refer to the guide provided with your disc.) Some discs permit switching through a menu screen. Sometimes, switching angles is possible only with certain scenes.
If audio or subtitles in that language are not recorded on the disc, the audio or subtitles do not switch to that language. (Some discs permit switching through a menu screen. Refer to the guide provided with your disc.)
The disc is still unfinalized. aFinalize the disc. Refer to Before Disc Playback (a page 18) or Notes on Discs (a page 48) for other cases.

Display Settings

The brightness of the screen is not stable. The picture is dark. The picture is whitish. Something is wrong with the picture. The picture is light in color. The display does not go back into the unit.
AUTO dimmer is selected. aSelect one of the dimmer levels from among 1 to 4 to make the dimmer adjustment become free from light intensity.
The screen is not adjusted properly. aMake every adjustment of the screen.
The monitor stops on the way to the home position. aPress [OPEN] (CLOSE).

Remote Control Unit

The battery is inserted in the wrong direction. A wrong battery is inserted. aInsert a correct battery in the correct direction. The battery is weak. aReplace the battery with new one.
No response to pressing buttons
The aiming direction of the remote control unit is wrong. aAim the remote control unit at the sensor of the unit and press buttons. The sensor is exposed to direct sunlight. (The remote control unit may not be operable when the sensor is exposed to direct sunlight. In such a case, the system is not faulty.) aBlock off sunlight to the sensor. REAR is selected for the remote control setting. aSelect OFF for the remote control setting.
Unable to turn on the power of the main unit through the remote control
OFF is selected for the ACC selection. aSelect ON for the ACC selection. aPress [SRC] (PWR) of the main unit to turn on the power.

Wholly transparent disc

Partly transparent disc
*Wholly semi-transparent disc may not be played back.
Discs with adhered labels, etc. on them


Disc with adhered stickers or tape
Labels created by a printer
Notes on CD-Rs/RWs, DVD-Rs/RWs
You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs discs recorded on CD/DVD recorders (CD-R/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs drives), either due to their recording characteristics or dirt, fingerprints, scratches, etc. on the disc surface. CD-R/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs discs are less resistant to high temperatures and high humidity than ordinary music CDs. Leaving them inside a car for extended periods may damage and make playback impossible. The unit may not successfully playback a CD-R/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs that was made by the combination of writing software, a CD/DVD recorder (CD-R/RW, DVDRs/RWs drive) and a disc if they are incompatible with one another. This player does not play CD-R/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs discs if the session is not closed. Be sure to observe the handling instructions of CDR/RW, DVD-Rs/RWs discs. This player does not play CD-R/RW discs which contain other than CD-DA or MP3/WMA data.
Protective films or sheets
Disc accessories (stabilizers, etc.)
Damaged or deformed discs

Shoddily made discs

Discs with cracks, scratches or parts missing
Discs with burrs Please remove the burrs before use.

Language Code List

In OTHER cases. (a page 38)
Input the four digit language code pressing the buttons Touch to determine.
DVD language menu (a page 38)
Note: Setting is finished and the display returns to the main menu. /[RETURN]. For retrying selection during number entry, touch/press

Code 7285

Language Name Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bengali; Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish German Bhutani Greek English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese French Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian Hungarian

Code 8185

Language Name Armenian Interlingua Indonesian Icelandic Italian Hebrew Japanese Yiddish Javanese Georgian Kazakh Greenlandic Cambodian Kannada Korean Kashmiri Kurdish Kirghiz Latin Lingala Laothian Lithuanian Latvian, Lettish Malagasy Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay Maltese Burmese Nauru Nepali Dutch Norwegian Oriya Panjabi Polish Pashto, Pushto Portuguese Quechua

Track (Video CD/CD) Video CDs or CDs are divided into some sections (tracks). Each section is numbered; these numbers are called Track number. Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track
DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.


: 12 V DC (11 V 16 V), test voltage 14.4 V, negative ground Current consumption : Less than 10 A (during disc playback) Maximum power output : 50 W x 4 ch Compatible speaker impedance : 4 Video input signal : Composite video signal, 1.0 Vp-p (75 ) Audio input sensitivity : 2 Vrms Video output signal : Composite video signal, 1.0 Vp-p (75 ) Pre-Amp output voltage : 2 Vrms Pre-Amp output impedance: Less than 600 Dimensions (W x H x D) : 178 x 50 x 165 mm {7 x 1 15/16 x 6 1/2} Weight : 2.4 kg {5 lbs. 5 oz.} Power supply Output voltage/Impedance: 2 Vrms/600 Frequency characteristics (when LARGE is selected) Front L/R, Center, Rear (surround) L/R : 20 Hz 20 kHz (1 dB) Delay time Dolby Digital Center : ms Rear (surround) L/R : ms Dolby Pro Logic Rear (surround) L/R : ms Distortion Front L/R (1 kHz, 0 dB, PCM input) : 0.01 % Dynamic range : 96 dB (during CD playback) S/N ratio : 100 dB (during CD playback)

Audio section

Storage temperature range : 20 C 80 C { 4 F 176 F} : 7 wide : 154 x 87 x 177 mm {6 1/16 x 3 7/16 x 6 15/16} : pixels (234 vertical x 480 horizontal x 3) : Over 99.99% : Transparent color filter format : TFT (Thin Film Transistor) active matrix format : Internal light (Built-in small fluorescent lamp)

FM stereo radio

Frequency range Usable sensitivity Stereo separation S/N ratio : : : :
87.9 MHz 107.9 MHz 12.2 dBf 40 dB (1 kHz) 63 dB
Liquid crystal panel Screen dimensions (W x H x D) Number of pixels

AM radio

Frequency range Usable sensitivity Image rejection ratio : 530 kHz kHz : 25 dB/V : 50 dB



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