Pioneer MVH-1400UB: инструкция

Раздел: Автоакустика

Тип: Usb Автомагнитола

Характеристики, спецификации

Гарантия:
1 год
Страна:
Таиланд
Вид гарантии:
гарантийный талон
Макс. выходная мощность:
4 x 50 Вт
Ном. выходная мощность:
4 x 22 Вт
Воспр. медиафайлов с цифр.носителей:
Да
Тип дисплея:
текст./символьный
Цвет светящихся символов:
белый
Цифровой тюнер:
FM/MW/LW
Фиксированные настройки тюнера:
12 FM/6 MW/6 LW
Текстовые сообщения RDS:
Да
Съемная панель:
Да
Подсветка кнопок:
красная
Пульт ДУ:
доп.опция
Выход RCA аудио:
1
Выход на активный сабвуфер:
1
Разъем ISO:
1
Размер установочного места:
1 DIN
Установочный набор:
в комплекте
Футляр для съемной панели:
в комплекте
Кабель USB:
доп.опция

Инструкция к Usb Автомагнитоле Pioneer MVH-1400UB

RDS MEDIA CENTER RECEIVER

AUTORADIO MULTIMEDIA RDS

RICEVITORE MULTIMEDIALE CON RDS

English NederlandsDeutschEspañolItalianoFrançais Русский

RECEPTOR Y CENTRO DE COMUNICACIONES RDS

RDS-MULTIMEDIA-EMPFÄNGER

RDS MEDIA CENTER ONTVANGER

ЦИФРОВОЙ МЕДИА-РЕСИВЕР

Owners Manual

Mode demploi

MVH-1400UB

Manuale distruzioni

Manual de instrucciones

Bedienungsanleitung

Handleiding

Руководство пользователя

Section

01

Before you start

Before you start

Thank you for purchasing this PIONEER

About this unit

! Remember that if the feature demo contin-

product

ues operating when the car engine is turned

To ensure proper use, please read through this

The tuner frequencies on this unit are allocated

off, it may drain battery power.

manual before using this product. It is especially

for use in Western Europe, Asia, the Middle

important that you read and observe WARN-

East, Africa and Oceania. Use in other areas

The demo starts automatically if you do not oper-

INGs and CAUTIONs in this manual. Please

may result in poor reception. The RDS (radio

ate this unit within about 30 seconds since the

keep the manual in a safe and accessible place for

data system) function only operates in areas

unit was last operated or if the ignition switch is

future reference.

with broadcasting RDS signals for FM stations.

set to ACC or ON while the unit is turned off. To

cancel the demo mode, you need to display the

initial settings. Select DEMO (demo display set-

CAUTION

ting) and turn off the demo display. For details,

! Do not allow this unit to come into contact

refer to Initial settings on page 8.

with liquids. Electrical shock could result.

Also, damage to this unit, smoke, and over-

heating could result from contact with

In case of trouble

liquids.

If you want to dispose this product, do not

! The Pioneer CarStereo-Pass is for use only in

Should this unit fail to operate properly, please

mix it with general household waste. There is

Germany.

contact your dealer or nearest authorized

a separate collection system for used elec-

! Always keep the volume low enough to hear

PIONEER Service Station.

tronic products in accordance with legislation

outside sounds.

that requires proper treatment, recovery and

! Avoid exposure to moisture.

recycling.

! If the battery is disconnected or discharged,

any preset memory will be erased.

Private households in the member states of the

Note

EU, in Switzerland and Norway may return their

Function setting operations are completed even

used electronic products free of charge to desig-

if the menu is cancelled before the operations

nated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you

are confirmed.

purchase a similar new one).

For countries not mentioned above, please con-

tact your local authorities for the correct method

About this manual

of disposal.

! In the following instructions, USB memories

By doing so you will ensure that your disposed

and USB audio players are collectively re-

product undergoes the necessary treatment, re-

ferred to as USB storage device.

covery and recycling and thus prevent potential

! In this manual, iPod and iPhone will be re-

negative effects on the environment and human

ferred to as iPod.

health.

Demo mode

Important

! Failure to connect the red lead (ACC) of this

unit to a terminal coupled with ignition

switch on/off operations may lead to battery

drain.

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Head unit

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Optional remote control

Display indication

The remote control CD-R320 is sold separately.

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Part Part

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(list) 7 c/d

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MULTI-CONTROL

BAND/

(iPod

2

8

(M.C.)

control)

Part Operation

3 SRC/OFF 9 1/

to 6/

Press to increase or de-

4 USB port a PTY

d +/ (VOLUME)

crease volume.

AUX input jack

Press to mute. Press

5 b

(3.5 mm stereo

e MUTE

again to unmute.

jack)

Press to recall preset sta-

6

(back/display) c Detach button

tions.

f a/b

Press to select the next/

CAUTION

previous folder or album.

! Use an optional Pioneer USB cable (CD-

Press to display an audio

g AUDIO

U50E) to connect the USB audio player/USB

function.

memory as any device connected directly to

Press to select different

the unit will protrude out from the unit and

h DISP/SCRL

displays.

may be dangerous.

! Do not use unauthorized products.

Press to pause or re-

i e

sume playback.

Press to display func-

j FUNCTION

tions.

Press to display the list

depending on the

source.

k LIST/ENTER

While in the operating

menu, press to control

functions.

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Section

Operating this unit

Operating this unit

02

Set up menu

English

When you turn the ignition switch to ON after in-

stallation, set up menu appears on the display.

You can set up the menu options below.

1 After installation of this unit, turn the

ignition switch to ON.

SET UP appears.

2 Turn M.C. to switch to YES. Press M.C. to

Indicator State

select.

# If you do not operate for 30 seconds, the set up

! Tuner: band and frequency

menu will not be displayed.

! RDS: program service

# If you prefer not to set up at this time, turn M.C.

Main dis-

name, PTY information and

to switch to NO. Press to select.

1

play sec-

other literal information

If you select NO, you cannot set up in the set up

tion

! USB storage device and

menu.

iPod: elapsed playback

time and text information

3 Perform the following procedures to set

the menu.

The list function is being oper-

2

(list)

To proceed to the next menu option, you need to

ated.

confirm your selection.

3 LOC Local seek tuning is on.

4

(TA) TA function is on.

CLOCK SET (setting the clock)

5

(TP) A TP station is tuned in.

1 Turn M.C. to adjust hour.

2 Press M.C. to select minute.

(re-

6

Track or folder repeat is on.

3 Turn M.C. to adjust minute.

peat)

4 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

Random play is on.

(ran-

FM STEP (FM tuning step)

The iPod source is selected

7

dom/shuf-

and the shuffle or shuffle all

Normally, the FM tuning step employed by seek

fle)

function is on.

tuning is 50 kHz. When AF or TA is on, the tuning

step automatically changes to 100 kHz. It may be

The sound retriever function is

preferable to set the tuning step to 50 kHz when

8

(sound re-

on.

AF is on.

triever)

! The tuning step remains at 50 kHz during man-

(iPod

This units iPod function is op-

ual tuning.

9

control)

erated from your iPod.

1 Turn M.C. to select the FM tuning step.

50 (50 kHz)100 (100 kHz)

2 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

DEMO (demo display setting)

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02

Operating this unit

Operating this unit

Removing the front panel to protect your unit from

Selecting a source

Tuner

1 Turn M.C. to set the demo display to on or off.

theft

1 Press SRC/OFF to cycle between:

2 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

Basic operations

1 Press the detach button to release the front

TUNER (tuner)USB (USB)/iPod (iPod)

TITLE (multi-language)

panel.

AUX (AUX)

2 Push the front panel upward (M) and then pull

Selecting a band

This unit can display the text information of a com-

Adjusting the volume

it toward (N) you.

1 Press BAND/

until the desired band (F1, F2,

pressed audio file even if they are embedded in a

1 Turn M.C. to adjust the volume.

F3 for FM or MW/LW) is displayed.

Western European or Russian language.

! If the embedded language and the selected

Recalling preset stations

language setting are not the same, text infor-

1 Press c or d.

CAUTION

mation may not display properly.

! If MAN (manual tuning) is selected in SEEK,

For safety reasons, park your vehicle when re-

! Some characters may not be displayed prop-

you cannot recall preset stations. You need to

moving the front panel.

erly.

select PCH (preset channel) in SEEK. For de-

1 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.

3 Always keep the detached front panel in a pro-

Note

tails about the settings, refer to SEEK (left/right

EUR (European)RUS (Russian)

tection device such as a protection case.

key setting) on page 6.

When this units blue/white lead is connected to

2 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

Re-attaching the front panel

the vehicles auto-antenna relay control termi-

Manual tuning (step by step)

QUIT appears.

1 Slide the front panel to the left.

nal, the vehicles antenna extends when this

1 Press c or d.

Make sure to insert the tabs on the left side of

units source is turned on. To retract the anten-

! If PCH (preset channel) is selected in SEEK,

na, turn the source off.

4 To finish your settings, turn M.C. to select

the head unit into the slots on the front panel.

you cannot tune up or down manually. You

YES. Press to select.

need to select MAN (manual tuning) in SEEK.

# If you prefer to change your setting again, turn

For details about the settings, refer to SEEK

Menu operations identical

M.C. to switch to NO. Press to select.

(left/right key setting) on page 6.

for set up menu/function

Seeking

Notes

settings/audio adjustments/

1 Press and hold c or d, and then release.

! You can set up the menu options in the initial

initial settings/lists

You can cancel seek tuning by briefly pressing

settings. For details about the settings, refer

2 Press the right side of the front panel until it is

c or d.

to Initial settings on page 8.

! You can cancel set up menu by pressing

firmly seated.

Returning to the previous display

While pressing and holding c or d, you can

SRC/OFF.

If you cannot attach the front panel to the

Returning to the previous list (the folder one level

skip stations. Seek tuning starts as soon as

head unit successfully, make sure that you are

higher)

you release c or d.

placing the front panel onto the head unit cor-

1 Press

.

Note

Basic operations

rectly. Forcing the front panel into place may

Returning to the ordinary display

This units AF (alternative frequencies search)

result in damage to the front panel or head

Important

Canceling the initial setting menu/set up menu

function can be turned on and off. AF should be

unit.

! Handle gently when removing or attaching

1 Press BAND/

.

off for normal tuning operation (refer to AF (al-

the front panel.

Turning the unit on

ternative frequencies search) on the next page).

Returning to the ordinary display from the list

! Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive

1 Press SRC/OFF to turn the unit on.

1 Press BAND/

.

shock.

Turning the unit off

! Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight

1 Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit turns

and high temperatures.

off.

! To avoid damaging the device or vehicle inte-

rior, remove any cables and devices attached

to the front panel before detaching it.

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Operating this unit

Operating this unit

02

Storing and recalling stations

Searching for an RDS station by PTY information

OTHERS

Local seek tuning lets you tune in to only those

English

for each band

You can search for general types of broadcasting

radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for

EDUCATE (Education), DRAMA (Drama), CUL-

programs, such as those listed in the following

good reception.

Using preset tuning buttons

TURE (Culture), SCIENCE (Science), VARIED (Var-

section. Refer to this page.

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

ied), CHILDREN (Childrens), SOCIAL (Social

1 When you find a station that you want

1 Press PTY.

FM: OFFLV1LV2LV3LV4

affairs), RELIGION (Religion), PHONE IN (Phone

to store in memory, press one of the preset

2 Turn M.C. to select a program type.

MW/LW: OFFLV1 LV2

in), TOURING (Travel), LEISURE (Leisure), DOCU-

tuning buttons (1/

to 6/ ) and hold until

NEWS/INFOPOPULARCLASSICS

The highest level setting allows reception of

MENT (Documentaries)

the preset number stops flashing.

OTHERS

only the strongest stations, while lower levels

3 Press M.C. to begin the search.

allow the reception of weaker stations.

2 Press one of the preset tuning buttons

The unit searches for a station broadcasting

Function settings

PTY SEARCH (program type selection)

(1/

to 6/ ) to select the desired station.

that type of program. When a station is found,

its program service name is displayed.

1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.

You can tune in to a station using PTY (program

Switching the RDS display

PTY (program type ID code) information is

type) information.

listed in the following section. Refer to this

2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

% Press

.

page.

and press to select FUNCTION.

2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.

Program service namePTY informationEn-

! To cancel the search, press M.C. again.

NEWS/INFOPOPULARCLASSICS

tertainmentFrequency

! The program of some stations may differ

3 Turn M.C. to select the function.

OTHERS

# PTY information and the frequency appear on the

from that indicated by the transmitted PTY.

After selecting, perform the following proce-

3 Press M.C. to begin the search.

display for eight seconds.

! If no station is broadcasting the type of

dures to set the function.

The unit searches for a station broadcasting

# Depending on the band, text information can be

program you searched for, NOT FOUND is

# If MW/LW band is selected, only BSM, LOCAL

that type of program. When a station is found,

changed.

displayed for about two seconds and then

and SEEK are available.

its program service name is displayed.

the tuner returns to the original station.

For PTY (program type ID code) information,

Using PTY functions

BSM (best stations memory)

refer to this page.

You can tune in to a station using PTY (program

BSM (best stations memory) automatically stores

The program of some stations may differ from

type) information.

PTY list

that indicated by the transmitted PTY.

the six strongest stations in the order of their sig-

nal strength.

If no station is broadcasting the type of pro-

NEWS/INFO

1 Press M.C. to turn BSM on.

gram you searched for, NOT FOUND is dis-

played for about two seconds and then the

NEWS (News), AFFAIRS (Current affairs), INFO

To cancel, press M.C. again.

tuner returns to the original station.

(Information), SPORT (Sports), WEATHER (Weath-

REGION (regional)

er), FINANCE (Finance)

TA (traffic announcement standby)

When AF is used, the regional function limits the

POPULAR

selection of stations to those broadcasting region-

1 Press M.C. to turn traffic announcement

POP MUS (Popular music), ROCK MUS (Rock

al programs.

standby on or off.

music), EASY MUS (Easy listening), OTH MUS

1 Press M.C. to turn the regional function on or

AF (alternative frequencies search)

(Other music), JAZZ (Jazz), COUNTRY (Country

off.

music), NAT MUS (National music), OLDIES

LOCAL (local seek tuning)

1 Press M.C. to turn AF on or off.

(Oldies music), FOLK MUS (Folk music)

NEWS (news program interruption)

CLASSICS

1 Press M.C. to turn the NEWS function on or

L. CLASS (Light classical), CLASSIC (Classical)

off.

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02

Operating this unit

Operating this unit

SEEK (left/right key setting)

Returning to root folder

Advanced operations using

RANDOM (random play)

1 Press and hold BAND/

.

special buttons

You can assign a function to the left and right keys

1 Press M.C. to turn random play on or off.

of the unit.

Switching between playback memory devices

Selecting a repeat play range

Select MAN (manual tuning) to tune up or down

You can switch between playback memory devices

PAUSE (pause)

1 Press 6/

to cycle between the following:

manually or select PCH (preset channel) to switch

on USB storage devices with more than one Mass

! ALL Repeat all files

between preset channels.

Storage Device-compatible memory device.

1 Press M.C. to pause or resume.

! ONE Repeat the current file

1 Press M.C. to select MAN or PCH.

1 Press BAND/

.

! FLD Repeat the current folder

S.RTRV (sound retriever)

! You can switch between up to 32 different

memory devices.

Playing files in random order

Automatically enhances compressed audio and

USB storage device

1 Press 5/

to turn random play on or off.

restores rich sound.

Note

Files in a selected repeat range are played in

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

Basic operations

Disconnect USB storage devices from the unit

random order.

For details, refer to Enhancing compressed

when not in use.

! To change songs during random play, press d

audio and restoring rich sound (sound retriever)

on this page.

Playing files on a USB storage device

to switch to the next track. Pressing c restarts

1 Open the USB port cover.

Displaying text information

playback of the current track from the begin-

2 Plug in the USB storage device using a USB

ning of the song.

cable.

Selecting the desired text information

iPod

Pausing playback

Playback is performed automatically.

1 Press

.

1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.

! Depending on the version of iTunes used to

Basic operations

Stopping playback of files on a USB storage de-

write MP3 files to media file types, incompati-

Enhancing compressed audio and restoring rich

vice

ble text stored within an audio file may be dis-

sound (sound retriever)

Playing songs on an iPod

1 You may disconnect the USB storage device at

played incorrectly.

1 Press 3/S.Rtrv to cycle between:

1 Open the USB port cover.

any time.

12OFF (off)

2 Connect an iPod to the USB cable using an

The unit stops playback.

1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2

iPod Dock Connector.

Selecting and playing files from

Selecting a folder

is effective for high compression rates.

Playback is performed automatically.

1 Press 1/

or 2/ .

the name list

Selecting a song (chapter)

Selecting a file

1 Press

to switch to the file name list

Function settings

1 Press c or d.

1 Press c or d.

mode.

1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.

Selecting an album

Fast forwarding or reversing

1 Press 1/

or 2/ .

2 Use M.C. to select the desired file name

1 Press and hold c or d.

2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option

! The album may not be selected correctly if the

(or folder name).

! When playing compressed audio, there is no

and press to select FUNCTION.

iPod has more than one album with the same

sound during fast forward or reverse.

title on it. Select the album you want to listen

Changing the file or folder name

3 Turn M.C. to select the function.

to using list search. For details, refer to Brows-

1 Turn M.C.

After selecting, perform the following proce-

ing for a song on the next page.

Playing

dures to set the function.

Fast forwarding or reversing

1 When a file is selected, press M.C.

1 Press and hold c or d.

Viewing a list of the files (or folders) in the se-

REPEAT (repeat play)

Notes

lected folder

1 Press M.C. to select a repeat play range.

1 When a folder is selected, press M.C.

! The iPod cannot be turned on or off when the

For details, refer to Selecting a repeat play range

control mode is set to CTRL AUDIO.

Playing a file in the selected folder

on this page.

1 When a folder is selected, press and hold M.C.

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Operating this unit

Operating this unit

02

! Disconnect headphones from the iPod be-

Notes

1 Press and hold M.C. to switch to link play

! iPod touch 1st generation (software version

fore connecting it to this unit.

! You can play playlists created with the PC ap-

mode.

3.0 or later)

English

! The iPod will turn off about two minutes after

plication (MusicSphere). The application will

the ignition switch is set to OFF.

be available on our website.

2 Turn M.C. to change the mode; press to

% Press BAND/

to switch the control

! Playlists that you created with the PC appli-

select.

mode.

Displaying text information

cation (MusicSphere) are displayed in abbre-

! ARTIST Plays an album of the artist cur-

! CTRL iPod This units iPod function can be

viated form.

rently being played.

operated from the connected iPod.

Selecting the desired text information

! ALBUM Plays a song from the album cur-

! CTRL APP Play back the sound from your

1 Press

.

Advanced operations using

rently being played.

iPod applications.

! GENRE Plays an album from the genre cur-

! CTRL AUDIO This units iPod function can

special buttons

rently being played.

be operated from this unit.

Browsing for a song

The selected song/album will be played after the

Selecting a repeat play range

Notes

currently playing song.

1 Press

to switch to the top menu of list

1 Press 6/

to cycle between the following:

! Switching the control mode to CTRL iPod/

search.

! OFF Repeat off

Notes

CTRL APP pauses song playback. Operate

! ONE Repeat the current song

! The selected song/album may be canceled if

the iPod to resume playback.

2 Use M.C. to select a category/song.

! ALL Repeat all songs in the selected list

you operate functions other than link search

! The following functions are still accessible

! You cannot select OFF when CTRL AUDIO is

(e.g. fast forward and reverse).

from the unit even if the control mode is set

Changing the name of the song or category

selected. Refer to Operating this unitsiPod

! Depending on the song selected to play, the

to CTRL iPod/CTRL APP.

1 Turn M.C.

function from your iPod on this page.

end of the currently playing song and the be-

Pausing

Playlistsartistsalbumssongspodcasts

ginning of the selected song/album may be

Playing all songs in random order (shuffle all)

Fast forward/reverse

genrescomposersaudiobooks

cut off.

Selecting a song (chapter)

1 Press 5/

to turn shuffle all on.

! When the control mode is set to CTRL iPod/

! When the control mode is set to CTRL iPod,

Playing

1 When a song is selected, press M.C.

CTRL APP, shuffle play is on.

Operating this units iPod

operations are limited as follows:

function from your iPod

The function settings are not available.

Viewing a list of songs in the selected category

Pausing playback

The browse function cannot be operated from

1 When a category is selected, press M.C.

1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.

You can listen to the sound from your iPod appli-

this unit.

cations using your car s speakers, when

Playing a song in the selected category

Enhancing compressed audio and restoring rich

CTRL APP is selected.

1 When a category is selected, press and hold

sound (sound retriever)

Function settings

! This function is not compatible with iPod

M.C.

1 Press 3/S.Rtrv to cycle between:

nano 1st generation.

1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.

12OFF (off)

Searching the list by alphabet

APP Mode is compatible with the following iPod

1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2

1 When a list for the selected category is dis-

models.

2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option

is effective for high compression rates.

played, press

to switch to alphabet search

! iPhone 4 (software version 4.1 or later)

and press to select FUNCTION.

mode.

! iPhone 3GS (software version 3.0 or later)

! You also can switch to alphabet search

! iPhone 3G (software version 3.0 or later)

Playing songs related to the

3 Turn M.C. to select the function.

mode by turning M.C. twice.

! iPhone (software version 3.0 or later)

After selecting, perform the following proce-

currently playing song

2 Turn M.C. to select a letter.

! iPod touch 4th generation (software version

dures to set the function.

You can play songs from the following lists.

3 Press M.C. to display the alphabetical list.

4.1 or later)

! When the control mode is set to CTRL iPod/

Album list of the currently playing artist

! To cancel searching, press

.

! iPod touch 3rd generation (software version

CTRL APP, only PAUSE or S.RTRV is avail-

Song list of the currently playing album

3.0 or later)

able.

Album list of the currently playing genre

! iPod touch 2nd generation (software version

3.0 or later)

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Operating this unit

Operating this unit

REPEAT (repeat play)

S.RTRV (sound retriever)

SLA (source level adjustment)

! Adjusted equalizer curve settings are stored in

Automatically enhances compressed audio and

CUSTOM.

SLA (Source level adjustment) lets you adjust the

1 Press M.C. to select a repeat play range.

restores rich sound.

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

volume level of each source to prevent radical

For details, refer to Selecting a repeat play range

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

2 Press M.C. to select BASS (bass)/MID (mid)/

changes in volume when switching between sour-

on the previous page.

For details, refer to Enhancing compressed

TREBLE (treble).

ces.

SHUFFLE (shuffle)

audio and restoring rich sound (sound retriever)

3 Turn M.C. to adjust the level.

! Settings are based on the FM volume level,

on the previous page.

Adjustment range: +6 to 6

which remains unchanged.

1 Press M.C. to select your favorite setting.

! The MW/LW volume level can also be adjusted

LOUD (loudness)

! SNG Play back songs in the selected list

with this function.

in random order.

Loudness compensates for deficiencies in the low-

Audio adjustments

! When selecting FM as the source, you cannot

! ALB Play back songs from a randomly se-

frequency and high-frequency ranges at low vol-

switch to SLA.

lected album in order.

1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.

ume.

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

! OFF Cancel random play.

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

2 Turn M.C. to adjust the source volume.

2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option

OFF (off)LOW(low)HI (high)

SHUFFLE ALL (shuffle all)

Adjustment range: +4 to 4

and press to select AUDIO.

3 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

SUB.W (subwoofer on/off setting)

1 Press M.C. to turn shuffle all on.

To turn off, set SHUFFLE in the FUNCTION

3 Turn M.C. to select the audio function.

This unit is equipped with a subwoofer output

menu to off.

After selecting, perform the following proce-

which can be turned on or off.

Initial settings

dures to set the audio function.

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

LINK PLAY (link play)

NOR (normal phase)REV (reverse phase)

Important

FAD/BAL (fader/balance adjustment)

OFF (subwoofer off)

PW SAVE (power saving) is cancelled if the ve-

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

hicle battery is disconnected and will need to be

2 Turn M.C. to change the mode; press to select.

SUB.W CTRL (subwoofer adjustment)

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

turned back on once the battery is reconnected.

For details about the settings, refer to Playing

2 Press M.C. to cycle between fader (front/rear)

The cut-off frequency and output level can be ad-

When PW SAVE (power saving) is off, depend-

songs related to the currently playing song on

and balance (left/right).

justed when the subwoofer output is on.

ing on connection methods, the unit may con-

the previous page.

3 Turn M.C. to adjust speaker balance.

Only frequencies lower than those in the selected

tinue to draw power from the battery if your

PAUSE (pause)

! When the rear output and RCA output setting

range are outputted from the subwoofer.

vehicles ignition doesnt have an ACC (acces-

are SW, you cannot adjust front/rear speaker

! When you select OFF in SUB.W, you cannot se-

sory) position.

1 Press M.C. to pause or resume.

balance. Refer to REAR-SP (rear output setting)

lect this function. For details, refer to SUB.W

on the next page. Refer to PREOUT (preout set-

(subwoofer on/off setting) on this page.

1 Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit

AUDIO BOOK (audiobook speed)

ting) on the next page.

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

turns off.

2 Press M.C. to cycle between the cut-off fre-

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

PRESET EQ (equalizer recall)

quency and output level of the subwoofer.

2 Press SRC/OFF and hold until function

2 Turn M.C. to select your favorite setting.

Cut-off frequency (Cut-off frequency display

name appears in the display.

! FASTER Playback at a speed faster than

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

flashes.)Output level (Output level display

normal

2 Turn M.C. to select the equalizer.

flashes.)

3 Turn M.C. to select the initial setting.

! NORMAL Playback at normal speed

DYNAMICVOCALNATURALCUSTOM

3 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.

After selecting, perform the following proce-

! SLOWER Playback at a speed slower

FLATPOWERFUL

Cut-off frequency: 50HZ63HZ80HZ

dures to set the initial setting.

than normal

3 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

100HZ125HZ

3 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.

! You can also switch the equalizer by pressing

Output level: 24 to +6

repeatedly.

TONE CTRL (equalizer adjustment)

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Operating this unit

Operating this unit

02

CLOCK SET (setting the clock)

This setting allows you to switch your source to

The RCA outputs can be used for rear speaker or

PW SAVE (power saving)

English

USB/iPod automatically.

subwoofer connection.

Switching this function on enables you to reduce

1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.

1 Press M.C. to turn the plug and play function

If you switch to SW, you can connect a rear speak-

the consumption of battery power.

2 Press M.C. to select the segment of the clock

on or off.

er lead directly to a subwoofer without using an

! Turning on the source is the only operation al-

display you wish to set.

ON When a USB storage device/iPod is con-

auxiliary amp.

lowed when this function is on.

HourMinute

nected, depending on the type of device, the

Initially, PREOUT is set for rear full-range speaker

! If PW SAVE is turned on, DEMO is turned off

3 Turn M.C. to adjust the clock.

source is automatically switched to USB/iPod

connection (SW).

automatically.

when you turn on the engine. If you disconnect

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

CLOCK (clock display)

1 Press M.C. to turn the power save on or off.

your USB storage device/iPod, this units

SWREA

You can turn the clock display on or off.

source is turned off.

! Even if you change this setting, there will

The clock display disappears temporarily when

OFF When a USB storage device/iPod is con-

be no output if you select OFF in SUB.W

you perform other operations, but the clock dis-

nected, the source is not switched to USB/

(Refer to SUB.W (subwoofer on/off setting)

Switching the dimmer setting

play appears again after 25 seconds.

iPod automatically. Please change the source

on the previous page).

You can adjust the brightness of illumination.

1 Press M.C. to turn the clock display on or off.

to USB/iPod manually.

! If you change this setting, subwoofer out-

put in the audio menu will return to the fac-

FM STEP (FM tuning step)

REAR-SP (rear output setting)

% Press and hold

.

tory settings.

Normally, the FM tuning step employed by seek

The rear speaker leads output can be used for full-

DEMO (demo display setting)

tuning is 50 kHz. When AF or TA is on, the tuning

range speaker or subwoofer connection.

Using an AUX source

step automatically changes to 100 kHz. It may be

If you switch to SW, you can connect a rear speak-

1 Press M.C. to turn the demo display on or off.

preferable to set the tuning step to 50 kHz when

er lead directly to a subwoofer without using an

1 Insert the stereo mini plug into the AUX

! If PW SAVE is on, DEMO cannot be selected.

AF is on.

auxiliary amp.

input jack.

! The tuning step remains at 50 kHz during man-

Initially, REAR-SP is set for rear full-range speaker

SCROLL (scroll mode setting)

ual tuning.

connection (FUL).

2 Press SRC/OFF to select AUX as the

When ever scroll is set to ON, recorded text infor-

1 Press M.C. to select the FM tuning step.

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

source.

mation scrolls continuously in the display. Set to

50 (50 kHz)100 (100 kHz)

FULSW

OFF if you prefer the information to scroll just

Note

! Even if you change this setting, there will

AUTO-PI (auto PI seek)

once.

AUX cannot be selected unless the auxiliary set-

be no output if you select OFF in SUB.W

1 Press M.C. to turn the ever scroll on or off.

ting is turned on. For more details, refer to AUX

The unit can automatically search for a different

(Refer to SUB.W (subwoofer on/off setting)

(auxiliary input) on this page.

station with the same programming, even during

on the previous page).

TITLE (multi-language)

preset recall.

! If you change this setting, subwoofer out-

This unit can display the text information of a com-

1 Press M.C. to turn Auto PI seek on or off.

put in the audio menu will return to the fac-

pressed audio file even if they are embedded in a

Sound muting

tory settings.

AUX (auxiliary input)

Western European or Russian language.

Sound is muted automatically when:

PREOUT (preout setting)

! If the embedded language and the selected

Activate this setting when using an auxiliary de-

! A call is made or received using a cell phone

language setting are not the same, text infor-

vice connected to this unit.

connected to this unit.

mation may not display properly.

1 Press M.C. to turn AUX on or off.

! Voice guidance is output from a connected

! Some characters may not be displayed prop-

Pioneer navigation unit.

USB PNP (plug and play)

erly.

The sound is turned off, MUTE is displayed and

1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.

no audio adjustments, except volume control,

EUR (European)RUS (Russian)

are possible. Operation returns to normal when

the phone connection or the voice guidance is

ended.

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9

Connections

Never wire the negative speaker cable directly

to ground.

Important

Never band together negative cables of multi-

! When installing this unit in a vehicle without

ple speakers.

an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition

! When this unit is on, control signals are sent

switch, failure to connect the red cable to the

through the blue/white cable. Connect this

terminal that detects operation of the ignition

cable to the system remote control of an ex-

key may result in battery drain.

ternal power amp or the vehicles auto-anten-

na relay control terminal (max. 300 mA

F

F

O

N

12 V DC). If the vehicle is equipped with a

O

T

S

R

A

glass antenna, connect it to the antenna

T

booster power supply terminal.

! Never connect the blue/white cable to the

ACC position No ACC position

power terminal of an external power amp.

! Use of this unit in conditions other than the

Also, never connect it to the power terminal

following could result in fire or malfunction.

of the auto antenna. Doing so may result in

Vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative

battery drain or a malfunction.

grounding.

! The black cable is ground. Ground cables for

Speakers with 50 W (output value) and 4 ohm

this unit and other equipment (especially,

to 8 ohm (impedance value).

high-current products such as power amps)

! To prevent a short-circuit, overheating or mal-

must be wired separately. If they are not, an

function, be sure to follow the directions

accidental detachment may result in a fire or

below.

malfunction.

Disconnect the negative terminal of the bat-

tery before installation.

This unit

Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhe-

sive tape. Wrap adhesive tape around wiring

1

2 3

that comes into contact with metal parts to

protect the wiring.

Place all cables away from moving parts,

such as the shift lever and seat rails.

Place all cables away from hot places, such

as near the heater outlet.

Do not connect the yellow cable to the battery

by passing it through the hole to the engine

compartment.

Cover any disconnected cable connectors

with insulating tape.

Do not shorten any cables.

Never cut the insulation of the power cable of

this unit in order to share the power with

other devices. The current capacity of the

cable is limited.

Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.

45 6

Power cord

3

4

2

5

6

1

3

4

7

5

6

8

a

9

b

e

1 Power cord input

2 Rear output or subwoofer output

3 Front output

4 Antenna input

5 Fuse (10 A)

6 Wired remote input

Hard-wired remote control adaptor can be

connected (sold separately).

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Section

03

Installation

Installation

9 Blue/white

The pin position of the ISO connector will dif-

fer depending on the type of vehicle. Connect

9 and b when Pin 5 is an antenna control

type. In another type of vehicle, never con-

nect 9 and b.

a Blue/white

Connect to system control terminal of the

power amp (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

b Blue/white

Connect to auto-antenna relay control termi-

nal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

c Yellow/black

If you use an equipment with Mute function,

wire this lead to the Audio Mute lead on that

equipment. If not, keep the Audio Mute lead

free of any connections.

c

d Speaker leads

White: Front left +

White/black: Front left *

Gray: Front right +

1 To power cord input

Gray/black: Front right *

2 Depending on the kind of vehicle, the func-

Green: Rear left + or subwoofer +

tion of 3 and 5 may be different. In this

Green/black: Rear left * or subwoofer *

case, be sure to connect 4 to 5 and 6 to

Violet: Rear right + or subwoofer +

3.

Violet/black: Rear right * or subwoofer *

3 Yellow

e ISO connector

Back-up (or accessory)

In some vehicles, the ISO connector may be

4 Yellow

divided into two. In this case, be sure to con-

Connect to the constant 12 V supply termi-

nect to both connectors.

nal.

Notes

5 Red

Accessory (or back-up)

! Change the initial setting of this unit. Refer

6 Red

to REAR-SP (rear output setting) on the pre-

Connect to terminal controlled by ignition

vious page. Refer to PREOUT (preout setting)

switch (12 V DC).

on the previous page.

7 Connect leads of the same color to each

The subwoofer output of this unit is monau-

other.

ral.

8 Black (chassis ground)

! When using a subwoofer of 70 W (2 Ω), be

sure to connect the subwoofer to the violet

and violet/black leads of this unit. Do not

connect anything to the green and green/

black leads.

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Power amp (sold separately)

! Optimum performance is obtained when the

unit is installed at an angle of less than 60°.

Perform these connections when using the op-

tional amplifier.

60°

1

3

2

4

55

! When installing, to ensure proper heat dis-

3

persal when using this unit, make sure you

1

2

leave ample space behind the rear panel and

6

wrap any loose cables so they are not block-

77

ing the vents.

1 System remote control

Connect to Blue/white cable.

2 Power amp (sold separately)

3 Connect with RCA cables (sold separately)

4 To Front output

5 Front speaker

6 To Rear output or subwoofer output

7 Rear speaker or subwoofer

Installation

Important

! Check all connections and systems before

final installation.

! Do not use unauthorized parts as this may

cause malfunctions.

! Consult your dealer if installation requires

drilling of holes or other modifications to the

vehicle.

! Do not install this unit where:

it may interfere with operation of the vehicle.

it may cause injury to a passenger as a result

of a sudden stop.

! The semiconductor laser will be damaged if

it overheats. Install this unit away from hot

places such as near the heater outlet.

5cmcm

Section

Installation

Installation

03

2 Secure the mounting sleeve by using a

DIN Rear-mount

screwdriver to bend the metal tabs (90°) into

English

1 Determine the appropriate position

place.

where the holes on the bracket and the side

of the unit match.

1

2

2 Tighten two screws on each side.

1 Dashboard

2 Mounting sleeve

1

3

3 Install the unit as illustrated.

Leave ample

5 cm

space

1

2

5 cm

2

1 Tapping screw (5 mm × 8 mm)

2 Mounting bracket

3

3 Dashboard or console

4

DIN front/rear mount

Removing the unit

This unit can be properly installed using either

5

1 Remove the trim ring.

front-mount or rear-mount installation.

Use commercially available parts when instal-

ling.

1 Nut

2 Firewall or metal support

3 Metal strap

DIN Front-mount

4 Screw

1 Insert the mounting sleeve into the dash-

5 Screw (M4 × 8)

board.

# Make sure that the unit is installed securely in

For installation in shallow spaces, use the sup-

place. An unstable installation may cause skipping

1 Trim ring

plied mounting sleeve. If there is enough space,

or other malfunctions.

2 Notched tab

use the mounting sleeve that came with the ve-

! Releasing the front panel allows easier ac-

hicle.

cess to the trim ring.

! When reattaching the trim ring, point the

side with the notched tab down.

2 Insert the supplied extraction keys into

both sides of the unit until they click into

place.

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Section

03

Installation

Additional information

3 Pull the unit out of the dashboard.

Troubleshooting

Symptom Cause Action

The unit is

You are using a

Move electrical

Symptom Cause Action

malfunction-

device, such as

devices that may

The display

Demo mode is

Turn off the demo

ing.

a cellular

be causing the in-

screen

on.

display setting.

There is inter-

phone, that

terference away

changes at

ference.

transmits elec-

from the unit.

random.

tric waves near

the unit.

Removing and re-attaching the front

The display

You did not per-

Perform operation

panel

automatically

form any opera-

again.

returns to the

tion within

You can remove the front panel to protect your

Error messages

unit from theft.

ordinary dis-

about 30 sec-

When you contact your dealer or your nearest

Press the detach button and push the front

play.

onds.

Pioneer Service Center, be sure to note the error

panel upward and pull it toward you.

The repeat

Depending on

Select the repeat

message.

For details, refer to Removing the front panel to

play range

the repeat play

play range again.

protect your unit from theft and Re-attaching the

changes un-

range, the se-

front panel on page 4.

expectedly.

lected range

USB storage device/iPod

may change

when another

Message Cause Action

folder or track is

NO DEVICE When plug and

! Turn the plug

being selected

play is off, no

and play on.

or during fast

USB storage de-

! Connect a com-

forwarding/re-

vice or iPod is

patible USB stor-

versing.

connected.

age device/iPod.

A subfolder is

Subfolders can-

Select another re-

FRMT READ Sometimes

Wait until the

not played

not be played

peat play range.

there is a delay

message disap-

back.

when FLD (fold-

between the

pears and you

er repeat) is se-

start of playback

hear sound.

lected.

and when you

NO XXXX ap-

There is no em-

Switch the display

start to hear any

pears when a

bedded text in-

or play another

sound.

display is

formation.

track/file.

NO AUDIO There are no

Transfer the audio

changed (NO

songs.

files to the USB

TITLE, for ex-

storage device

ample).

and connect.

The connected

Follow the USB

USB storage de-

storage device in-

vice has secur-

structions to dis-

ity enabled.

able the security.

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Appendix

Additional information

Additional information

Message Cause Action

Message Cause Action

Message Cause Action

Message Cause Action

English

SKIPPED The connected

Play an audio file

CHECK USB The USB con-

Check that the

ERROR-19 Communication

Perform one of

NOT FOUND No related

Transfer songs to

USB storage de-

not embedded

nector or USB

USB connector or

failed.

the following op-

songs.

the iPod.

vice contains

with Windows

cable has short-

USB cable is not

erations.

files embedded

Media DRM 9/10.

circuited.

caught in some-

Turn the ignition

with Windows

thing or dam-

switch OFF and

Handling guidelines

Mediaä DRM 9/

aged.

back ON.

10.

USB storage device

The connected

Disconnect the

Disconnect the

PROTECT All the files in

Transfer audio

USB storage de-

USB storage de-

USB storage de-

vice consumes

vice and do not

vice.

Connections via USB hub are not supported.

the USB storage

files not em-

device are em-

bedded with

more than

use it. Turn the

Change to a dif-

Do not connect anything other than a USB stor-

bedded with

Windows Media

500 mA (maxi-

ignition switch to

ferent source.

age device.

Windows Media

DRM 9/10 to the

mum allowable

OFF, then to ACC

Then, return to

DRM 9/10.

USB storage de-

current).

or ON and then

the USB source.

Firmly secure the USB storage device when driv-

ing. Do not let the USB storage device fall onto the

vice and connect.

connect only

iPod failure. Disconnect the

floor, where it may become jammed under the

N/A USB The USB device

! Connect a USB

compliant USB

cable from the

brake or accelerator pedal.

connected to is

Mass Storage

storage devices.

iPod. Once the

not supported

Class compliant

The iPod oper-

Make sure the

iPods main

Depending on the USB storage device, the follow-

by this unit.

device.

ates correctly

connection cable

menu is dis-

ing problems may occur.

! Disconnect

but does not

for the iPod has

played, reconnect

! Operations may vary.

your device and

charge.

not shorted out

the iPod and reset

! The storage device may not be recognized.

replace it with a

(e.g., not caught

it.

! Files may not be played back properly.

compatible USB

in metal objects).

ERROR-23 USB storage de-

USB storage de-

! The device may generate noise in the radio.

storage device.

After checking,

vice was not for-

vice should be for-

turn the ignition

matted with

matted with

iPod

switch OFF and

FAT12, FAT16 or

FAT12, FAT16 or

back ON, or dis-

FAT32.

FAT32.

Do not leave the iPod in places with high tempera-

connect the iPod

ERROR-16 The iPod firm-

Update the iPod

tures.

and reconnect.

ware version is

version.

old.

To ensure proper operation, connect the dock con-

nector cable from the iPod directly to this unit.

iPod failure. Disconnect the

cable from the

Firmly secure the iPod when driving. Do not let the

iPod. Once the

iPod fall onto the floor, where it may become

iPods main

jammed under the brake or accelerator pedal.

menu is dis-

played, reconnect

the iPod and reset

it.

STOP There are no

Select a list that

songs in the

contains songs.

current list.

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13

Appendix

Additional information

Additional information

About iPod settings

M3u playlist: Not compatible

Playback of copyright-protected files: Not compati-

iPod compatibility

! When an iPod is connected, this unit changes

ble

MP3i (MP3 interactive), mp3 PRO: Not compatible

the EQ (equalizer) setting of the iPod to off in

This unit supports only the following iPod models.

Partitioned USB storage device: Only the first par-

order to optimize the acoustics. When you dis-

Supported iPod software versions are shown

tition can be played.

connect the iPod, the EQ returns to the original

WAV

below. Older versions may not be supported.

setting.

There may be a slight delay when starting play-

Made for

! You cannot set Repeat to off on the iPod when

! iPhone 4 (software version 4.1)

File extension: .wav

back of audio files on a USB storage device with

using this unit. Repeat is automatically

numerous folder hierarchies.

! iPhone 3GS (software version 3.0.1)

changed to All when the iPod is connected to

Quantization bits: 8 and 16 (LPCM), 4 (MS

! iPhone 3G (software version 2.0)

this unit.

ADPCM)

! iPhone (software version 1.1.1)

Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (LPCM),

! iPod nano 6th generation (software version

Incompatible text saved on the iPod will not be dis-

CAUTION

1.0)

played by the unit.

22.05 kHz and 44.1 kHz (MS ADPCM)

! Pioneer cannot guarantee compatibility with

! iPod nano 5th generation (software version

all USB mass storage devices and assumes

1.0.1)

no responsibility for any loss of data on

Supplemental information

! iPod nano 4th generation (software version

media players, smart phones, or other devi-

Compressed audio

1.0)

ces while using this product.

compatibility (USB)

Only the first 32 characters can be displayed as a

! iPod nano 3rd generation (software version

! Do not leave the USB storage device in any

file name (including the file extension) or a folder

1.0)

place with high temperatures.

WMA

name.

! iPod nano 2nd generation (software version

1.1.2)

Russian text to be displayed on this unit should be

File extension: .wma

! iPod nano 1st generation (software version

encoded in one of the following character sets:

1.2.0)

Bit rate: 48 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), 48 kbps to

! Unicode (UTF-8, UTF-16)

! iPod touch 4th generation (software version

384 kbps (VBR)

! A character set other than Unicode that is

4.1)

used in a Windows environment and is set to

Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz

! iPod touch 3rd generation (software version

Russian in the multi-language setting

3.1.1)

Windows Media Audio Professional, Lossless,

This unit may not operate correctly depending on

! iPod touch 2nd generation (software version

Voice/DRM Stream/Stream with video: Not com-

the application used to encode WMA files.

2.1.1)

patible

! iPod touch 1st generation (software version

There may be a slight delay at the start of playback

1.1)

of audio files embedded with image data or audio

! iPod classic 160GB (software version 2.0.2)

MP3

files stored on a USB storage device that has nu-

! iPod classic 120GB (software version 2.0)

merous folder hierarchies.

! iPod classic (software version 1.0)

File extension: .mp3

Depending on the generation or version of the

Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR

USB storage device

iPod, some functions may not be available.

Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz,

Operations may vary depending on the software

44.1 kHz, 48 kHz for emphasis)

Playable folder hierarchy: up to eight tiers (A prac-

version of iPod.

tical hierarchy is less than two tiers).

Compatible ID3 tag version: 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4

When using an iPod, an iPod Dock Connector to

(ID3 tag Version 2.x is given priority over Version

Playable folders: up to 500

USB Cable is required.

1.x.)

Playable files: up to 15 000

A Pioneer CD-IU51 interface cable is also avail-

able. For details, consult your dealer.

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Appendix

Additional information

Additional information

For USB portable audio players, the sequence is

About the file/format compatibility, refer to the

WMA

Specifications

different and depends on the player.

English

iPod manuals.

Windows Media is either a registered trademark

or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the

General

Audiobook, Podcast: Compatible

Power so urce ................... 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V al-

United States and/or other countries.

Russian character chart

lowable)

This product includes technology owned by

Grounding system ............ Negative type

Microsoft Corporation and cannot be used or

Maximum current consumption

CAUTION

D: C D: C D: C D: C D: C

distributed without a license from Microsoft

................................... 10.0 A

Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost

Dimensions (W × H × D):

: А : Б : В : Г : Д

Licensing, Inc.

on the iPod, even if that data is lost while this

DIN

unit is used.

: Е, Ё : Ж : З : И, Й : К

Chassis .............. 178mm × 50mm ×

iPod & iPhone

165 mm

: Л : М : Н : О : П

iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod

Nose .................. 188 mm × 58mm ×

touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in

Sequence of audio files

16 mm

: Р : С : Т : У : Ф

the U.S. and other countries.

D

The user cannot assign folder numbers and

: Ш,

Made for iPod and Made for iPhone mean

Chassis .............. 178mm × 50mm ×

specify playback sequences with this unit.

: Х : Ц : Ч

: Ъ

that an electronic accessory has been designed

165 mm

Щ

Nose .................. 170 mm × 46mm ×

to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respec-

Example of a hierarchy

: Ы : Ь : Э : Ю : Я

16 mm

tively, and has been certified by the developer to

01

Weight ............................. 0.8 kg

meet Apple performance standards. Apple is

02

D: Display C: Character

not responsible for the operation of this device

or its compliance with safety and regulatory

Audio

: Folder

Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4

03

standards. Please note that the use of this ac-

: Compressed

Copyright and trademark

50 W × 2/4 W + 70 W × 1/2 W

cessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless

04

audio file

(for subwoofer)

performance.

Continuous power output

01 to 05: Folder

iTunes

Apple and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc.,

................................... 22W × 4 (50 Hz to 15000Hz,

number

5 % THD, 4 W load, both chan-

05

1 to 6: Playback

registered in the U.S. and other countries.

nels driven)

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

sequence

Load impedance .............. 4W (4 W to 8 W allowable)

MP3

Preout maximum output level

Supply of this product only conveys a license for

................................... 2.0V

USB storage device

private, non-commercial use and does not con-

Tone controls:

Playback sequence is the same as recorded se-

vey a license nor imply any right to use this prod-

Bass

quence in the USB storage device.

Frequency .......... 100Hz

uct in any commercial (i.e. revenue-generating)

To specify the playback sequence, the following

Gain .................. ±12dB

real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite,

method is recommended.

Mid

cable and/or any other media), broadcasting/

Frequency .......... 1 kHz

1 Create a file name that includes numbers

streaming via internet, intranets and/or other

Gain .................. ±12dB

that specify the playback sequence (e.g.,

networks or in other electronic content distribu-

Treble

001xxx.mp3 and 099yyy.mp3).

tion systems, such as pay-audio or audio-on-de-

Frequency .......... 10kHz

2 Put those files into a folder.

Gain .................. ±12dB

mand applications. An independent license for

3 Save the folder containing files on the USB

Subwoofer (mono):

such use is required. For details, please visit

storage device.

Frequency ................. 50Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/

http://www.mp3licensing.com.

However, depending on the system environment,

125 Hz

Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct

you may not be able to specify the playback se-

Gain ......................... +6dB to 24 dB

quence.

Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse

En

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Appendix

Additional information

USB

USB standard specification

................................... USB 2.0 full speed

Maximum current supply

................................... 1 A

USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)

File system ....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32

MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3

WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2ch

audio)

(Windows Media Player)

WAV signal format ........... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM

(Non-compressed)

FM tuner

Frequency range .............. 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz

Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 W, mono, S/N:

30 dB)

Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72dB (IEC-A network)

MW tuner

Frequency range .............. 531 kHz to 1602 kHz

Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)

Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62dB (IEC-A network)

LW tuner

Frequency range .............. 153 kHz to 281 kHz

Usable sensitivity ............. 28 µV (S/N: 20 dB)

Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62dB (IEC-A network)

Note

Specifications and the design are subject to

modifications without notice.

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English

17En

Section

01

Avant de commencer

Avant de commencer

Nous vous remercions davoir acheté cet ap-

Quelques mots sur cet appareil

Mode de démonstration

pareil PIONEER

Pour garantir une utilisation correcte, lisez bien

Les fréquences du syntoniseur de cet appareil

Important

ce mode demploi avant dutiliser cet appareil. Il

sont attribuées pour une utilisation en Europe

! La non-connexion du fil rouge (ACC) de cet

est particulièrement important que vous lisiez et

de lOuest, Asie, Moyen Orient, Afrique et Océ-

appareil à une borne couplée avec les opéra-

respectiez les indications ATTENTION et PRÉ-

anie. Son utilisation dans dautres régions peut

tions de mise en/hors service du contact dal-

CAUTION de ce mode demploi. Conservez-le

se traduire par une réception de mauvaise qua-

lumage peut conduire au déchargement de

dans un endroit sûr et facilement accessible pour

lité. La fonction RDS (radio data system) nest

la batterie.

toute consultation ultérieure.

opérationnelle que dans les régions des si-

! Rappelez-vous que si la démonstration des

gnaux RDS sont diffusés pour les stations FM.

fonctions continue à fonctionner quand le

moteur est coupé, cela peut décharger la

batterie.

PRÉCAUTION

! Ne laissez pas cet appareil entrer en contact

La démonstration démarre automatiquement si

avec des liquides. Cela pourrait provoquer

vous nutilisez pas cet appareil dans les 30 se-

une électrocution. Tout contact avec des li-

condes environ depuis la dernière opération ou

quides pourrait aussi provoquer des domma-

Si vous souhaitez vous débarrasser de cet ap-

si le contact est réglé sur ACC ou ON alors que

ges, de la fumée et une surchauffe de

pareil, ne le mettez pas à la poubelle avec vos

lappareil est hors service. Pour annuler le mode

lappareil.

ordures ménagères. Il existe un système de

de démonstration, vous devez afficher les régla-

! Le Pioneer CarStereo-Pass est utilisable seu-

collecte séparé pour les appareils électroni-

ges initiaux. Sélectionnez DEMO (réglage de laf-

lement en Allemagne.

ques usagés, qui doivent être récupérés, trai-

fichage de démonstration) et désactivez

! Maintenez le niveau découte à une valeur

tés et recyclés conformément à la législation.

laffichage de démonstration. Pour les détails,

telle que vous puissiez entendre les sons pro-

reportez-vous à la page 26, Réglages initiaux.

venant de lextérieur.

! Évitez tout contact avec lhumidité.

Dans les états membres de lUE, en Suisse et en

! Si la batterie est débranchée ou déchargée,

Norvège, les foyers domestiques peuvent rap-

En cas danomalie

le contenu de la mémoire sera effacé.

porter leurs produits électroniques usagés gra-

En cas danomalie, veuillez contacter votre re-

tuitement à des points de collecte spécifiés ou à

Remarque

vendeur ou le centre dentretien agréé par

un revendeur (sous réserve dachat dun produit

Les opérations de réglage des fonctions sont va-

PIONEER le plus proche.

similaire).

lidées même si le menu est annulé avant la

Dans les pays qui ne sont pas mentionnés ci-

confirmation des opérations.

dessus, veuillez contacter les autorités locales

pour vous informer de la méthode correcte de

mise au rebut.

Quelques mots sur ce mode

En agissant ainsi vous assurerez que le produit

demploi

que vous mettez au rebut est soumis au proces-

sus de traitement, de récupération et de recy-

! Dans les instructions suivantes, les mémoi-

clage nécessaire et éviterez ainsi les effets

res USB et les lecteurs audio USB sont col-

négatifs potentiels sur lenvironnement et la

lectivement appelés périphériques de

santé publique.

stockage USB.

! Dans ce manuel, iPod et iPhone sont dési-

gnés par le terme iPod.

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Appareil central

a bc865

1 2 3 4

97

Télécommande en option

Partie Utilisation

La télécommande CD-R320 est vendue séparé-

Appuyez sur cette touche

ment.

i e

pour mettre en pause ou

reprendre la lecture.

d

Appuyez sur cette touche

j FUNCTION

pour afficher les fonc-

7

tions.

8

e

Appuyez sur cette touche

f

k

pour afficher la liste en

g

Partie Partie

fonction de la source.

j

3

h

k LIST/ENTER

Appuyez sur cette touche

1

(liste) 7 c/d

pour contrôler les fonc-

i

BAND/

tions lorsque vous utili-

MULTI-CONTROL

2

8

(contrôle de

sez le menu.

(M.C.)

liPod)

Partie Utilisation

3 SRC/OFF 9 1/

à 6/

Indications affichées

Appuyez sur ces touches

4 Port USB a PTY

d +/ (VOLUME)

pour augmenter ou dimi-

1

Jack dentrée

nuer le niveau sonore.

5

b

AUX (jack stéréo

Appuyez sur cette touche

3,5 mm)

pour couper le son. Ap-

e MUTE

(retour/affi-

Touche de retrait

puyez à nouveau pour ré-

6

c

chage)

de la face avant

activer le son.

87 93 5

Appuyez sur cette touche

PRÉCAUTION

pour rappeler des sta-

tions.

! Utilisez un câble USB Pioneer optionnel (CD-

f a/b

Appuyez sur cette touche

U50E) pour connecter le lecteur audio USB/

pour choisir le dossier

la mémoire USB, étant donné que nimporte

ou album suivant/précé-

quel périphérique relié directement à lappa-

dent.

reil dépassera de lappareil et peut savérer

dangereux.

Appuyez sur cette touche

! Nutilisez pas de produits non autorisés.

g AUDIO

pour afficher une fonc-

tion audio.

Appuyez sur cette touche

h DISP/SCRL

pour choisir un affichage

différent.

2 4 6

Section

Utilisation de lappareil

Utilisation de lappareil

02

Indica-

État

teur

Laccord automatique sur une

3 LOC

station locale est en service.

4

(TA) La fonction TA est en service.

Lappareil est accordé sur une

Français

5

(TP)

station TP.

(répéti-

La fonction de répétition dune

6

tion de la

plage ou dun dossier est acti-

lecture)

vée.

La lecture aléatoire est activée.

La source iPod est sélection-

(lec-

née et la fonction de lecture

7

ture aléa-

aléatoire ou lecture aléatoire

toire)

de toutes les plages est acti-

vée.

La fonction Sound Retriever est

8

(sound re-

activée.

triever)

La fonction iPod de cet appa-

9

(contrôle

reil est utilisée à partir de votre

de liPod)

iPod.

Menu de configuration

Indica-

État

teur

Lorsque vous mettez le contact dallumage sur

ON après linstallation, le menu de configura-

! Syntoniseur : gamme et fré-

tion saffiche sur lécran.

quence

Vous pouvez configurer les options de menu ci-

! RDS : nom du service de

dessous.

Section

programme, informations

dafficha-

1

PTY et autres informations

1 Après avoir installé lappareil, mettez le

ge princi-

textuelles

contact dallumage sur ON.

pal

! Périphérique de stockage

SET UP saffiche.

USB et iPod : temps de lec-

ture écoulé et informations

textuelles

2

(liste) La fonction liste est utilisée.

Fr

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Section

02

Utilisation de lappareil

Utilisation de lappareil

2 Tournez M.C. pour passer à YES. Appuyez

! Pour éviter dendommager le périphérique

TITLE (multilingue)

Mise hors service de lappareil

sur M.C. pour sélectionner.

ou lintérieur du véhicule, retirez tous les câ-

1 Maintenez la pression sur SRC/OFF jusquàce

# Si vous neffectuez aucune opération dans les

Cet appareil peut afficher les informations textuel-

bles et périphériques connectés à la face

que lappareil soit mis hors tension.

30 secondes environ, le menu de configuration ne

les dun fichier audio compressé même si elles

avant, avant denlever cette dernière.

saffichera pas.

sont incorporées dans une langue dEurope de

Choix dune source

# Si vous préférez ne pas effectuer la configuration

lOuest ou russe.

Retrait de la face avant pour protéger lappareil

1 Appuyez sur SRC/OFF pour parcourir les op-

pour linstant, tournez M.C. pour passer à NO. Ap-

! Si la langue incorporée et la langue sélection-

contre le vol

tions disponibles :

puyez pour sélectionner.

née sont différentes, les informations textuel-

1 Appuyez sur la touche de retrait pour libérer la

TUNER (syntoniseur)USB (USB)/iPod (iPod)

Si vous sélectionnez NO, vous ne pouvez pas effec-

les peuvent ne pas safficher correctement.

face avant.

AUX (AUX)

tuer de réglage dans le menu de configuration.

! Certains caractères peuvent ne pas safficher

2 Poussez la face avant vers le haut (M), puis

Réglage du volume

correctement.

tirez-la vers vous (N).

1 Tournez M.C. pour régler le volume.

3 Effectuez les procédures suivantes pour

1 Tournez M.C. pour choisir le réglage désiré.

configurer le menu.

EUR (Langue européenne)RUS (Russe)

Pour passer à la prochaine option de menu,

2 Appuyez sur M.C. pour confirmer la sélection.

vous devez confirmer votre sélection.

QUIT saffiche.

PRÉCAUTION

Pour des raisons de sécurité, garez votre véhi-

CLOCK SET (réglage de lhorloge)

cule pour retirer la face avant.

4 Pour terminer la configuration, tournez

M.C. pour sélectionner YES. Appuyez pour

3 Conservez toujours la face avant dans un boî-

Remarque

1 Tournez M.C. pour régler lheure.

sélectionner.

tier de protection lorsquelle est détachée.

Si le fil bleu/blanc de lappareil est relié à la

2 Appuyez sur M.C. pour sélectionner les minu-

# Si vous souhaitez modifier à nouveau vos régla-

tes.

Remontage de la face avant

prise de commande du relais de lantenne moto-

ges, tournez M.C. pour passer à NO. Appuyez pour

3 Tournez M.C. pour régler les minutes.

1 Faites glisser la face avant vers la gauche.

risée du véhicule, celle-ci se déploie lorsque la

sélectionner.

4 Appuyez sur M.C. pour confirmer la sélection.

Assurez-vous dinsérer les encoches sur le

source est mise en service. Pour rétracter lan-

côté gauche de lappareil central dans les fen-

tenne, mettez la source hors service.

FM STEP (incrément daccord FM)

Remarques

tes du panneau de commande.

! Vous pouvez configurer les options de menu

Normalement, lincrément daccord FM employé

dans les réglages initiaux. Pour des détails

Opérations communes des

par laccord automatique est 50 kHz. Quand la

sur les réglages, reportez-vous à la page 26,

menus pour le(s) menu de

fonction AF ou TA est en ser vice, lincrément dac-

Réglages initiaux.

cord passe automatiquement à 100 kHz. Il peut

! Vous pouvez annuler le menu de configura-

configuration/réglages des

être préférable de régler lincrément daccord à

tion en appuyant sur SRC/OFF.

fonctions/réglages audio/

50 kHz quand la fonction AF est en service.

réglages initiaux/listes

! Pendant laccord manuel, l incrément dac-

2 Appuyez sur le côté droit de la face avant jus-

cord est maintenu à 50 kHz.

Opérations de base

quàcequelle soit bien en place.

1 Tournez M.C. pour choisir lincrément daccord

Retour à laffichage précédent

Important

Si vous ne pouvez pas monter la face avant

FM.

Retour à la liste précédente (le dossier de niveau

sur lappareil central, vérifiez que la face avant

50 (50 kHz)100 (100 kHz)

! Lorsque vous enlevez ou remontez la face

immédiatement supérieur)

est correctement placée sur lappareil central.

2 Appuyez sur M.C. pour confirmer la sélection.

avant, manipulez-la doucement.

1 Appuyez sur

.

! Évitez de heurter la face avant.

Forcer la face avant en position risque de len-

DEMO (réglage de laffichage de démonstration)

! Conservez la face avant à labri des tempéra-

dommager ou dendommager lappareil cen-

Retour à laffichage ordinaire

Annulation du menu des réglages initiaux/menu

tures élevées et de la lumière directe du so-

tral.

1 Appuyez sur M.C. pour activer ou désactiver

de configuration

leil.

laffichage de démonstration.

Mise en service de lappareil

1 Appuyez sur BAND/

.

2 Appuyez sur M.C. pour confirmer la sélection.

1 Appuyez sur SRC/OFF pour mettre en service

lappareil.

Retour à laffichage ordinaire à partir de la liste

1 Appuyez sur BAND/

.

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