Audiovox 1286281 User Manual
9” Color TV and DVD Player Floor Console
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B.Cautions and Warnings
In order to maintain a safe mounting arrangement, this console must be secured to the floor of the vehicle according to Installation Guide contained in this manual. Failure to do so may result in the console becoming a projectile in the event of an accident.
Before working under the vehicle, block the wheels to prevent accidental move ment of the vehicle which could result in injury. Before drilling any holes in the vehicle, verify that the drill bit will not damage the frame rail(s) of the vehicle, electrical wires, fuel lines, brake lines, hoses, exhaust system components or any other items that will impair the operation of the vehicle. The console must be secured to the floor panel of the vehicle. Check under the vehicle to ensure that the holes will be in the proper locations. Also check under the carpet to ensure that there are no wiring harnesses, fuel lines, etc. that could be damaged when drilling through the floor of the vehicle.
Use only the supplied power cable supplied with this set to avoid electric hazards. Always disconnect the unit from the cigarette lighter socket when it is not in use.
Do not use irregularly shaped discs such as
Due to the nature of TV signals, the vehicle’s motion, the direction the vehicle is facing, the distance from transmitters, nearby surroundings and weather may adversely affect TV reception. These conditions may result in picture roll, poor reception (snowy picture) and momentary loss of color (especially when the vehicle is in motion).
Use caution when children wear headphones; as becoming entangled in the wires could present a hazard.
6. Objects and Liquids
Keep strong magnets, heat sources, direct sunlight, and excessive dust away from the unit. Do not push objects of any kind into the system through openings. Do not spill or spray liquid of any kind on or in the system (this may result in a fire or electric shock). Do not place anything heavy on the unit. To ensure proper ventilation and proper operation, never cover or block the slots and openings with a cloth or other material.
To avoid harm from the laser beam assembly and to reduce the risk of electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Contact qualified service personnel if your system is in need of repair.
8. Cleaning Unit
When cleaning, make sure the system is unplugged from power source. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning. Clean the exterior of the system only.
1.TV and DVD Player Floor Console
3.Cigarette Lighter Adapter (for powering the unit)
5.Cardboard Mounting Template (for positioning the mounting holes on the floor)
6.Velcro Strips (for securing the remote to the main unit or wherever desired)
7.Hardware Package for Securing Console to Vehicle. The package contains the following:
6 Sealing Washers
6 Fender Washers
1 Mounting Plate
D.Installation Guide (Refer to Figure 1)
1.Temporarily place the cardboard mounting template in the appropriate mounting location on the floor between driver/passenger seats, with the four hole end of the template facing the front of your vehicle. Be sure to leave enough space for the disc tray to fully open. Make sure that you have checked underneath the vehicle and within the vehicle (under the carpet) for obstructions. Mark the mounting hole locations.
2.Drill 6 small 1/8” pilot holes though the marks and verify that the holes are in the proper locations on the floor. After verifying that the 1/8” pilot holes are in the proper locations, use the 1/4” drill bit to enlarge the pilot holes.
3.Place the mounting plate on the floor over the 4 holes close to the front of the vehicle, with the tongue end of the plate facing the rear of the vehicle. Place 4 floor bolts through the mounting plate and into the holes just drilled. Under the vehicle place 1 sealing washer (rubber side towards vehicle floor) and 1 large fender washer over each of the bolts and attach the nuts. In addition to the sealing washer it may be desirable to place a small circle of silicon sealer around the hole under the vehicle before installing the washers and nut. This will further prevent moisture from getting into the vehicle. Have a second person inside the vehicle hold the floor bolts securely with a
4.Set the console on the mounting plate, with the slot of the console base pointing to the tongue end of the mounting plate. Push forward to mate the console base and the floor mounting plate, with the tongue of the mounting plate projecting into the slot of the console base.
5.Place 2 bolts through the 2 holes in the front base of the console and into the 2 holes through the vertical floor. Under the vehicle place 1 sealing washer (rubber side towards vehicle floor) and 1 large fender washer over each of the bolts and attach the nuts. In addition to the sealing washer it may be desirable to place a small circle of silicon sealer around the hole under the vehicle before installing the washers and nut. This will further prevent moisture from getting into the vehicle. Have a second person inside the vehicle hold the bolts securely with a
E. Unit View (Refer to Figure 2 and Figure 3)
1. Remote Control Sensor
13. Video Input Jack
2. Previous Button
14. Audio L Input Jack
3. Play Button
15. Audio R Input Jack
4. Next Button
16. Headphone Input Jack #2
5. Stop Button
17. Play Button
6. Auto Program Button
18. Open/Close Button
7. TV Channel Up/Down Buttons
19. DC Input Jack
8. Volume Up/Down Buttons
20. Audio R Output Jack
9. Picture Select Button
21. Audio L Output Jack
10. TV/AV Select Button
22. Video Output Jack
11. Power Button
23. Antenna Terminal
12. Headphone Input Jack #1*
24. Disc Tray
*NOTE: Mutes Internal Speakers
F.Power Supply Connection (Refer to Figure 3)
1.Open the access panel on the bottom rear of the unit by pressing the latch located on the left side of the panel toward the center of the console and pulling outward.
2.Plug one end of the cigarette lighter adapter into the DC input jack in the rear of the console.
3.Replace the access panel and have the power cord pass through either hole at the bottom of the panel.
4.Plug the other end into the cigarette lighter receptacle in the vehicle.
G.Remote Control View (Refer to Figure 4)
2.DVD Select Button
7.Volume Up/Down Buttons
13.Reverse Scan Button
14.Forward Scan Button
18.TV Select Button
19.Auto Memory Button
20.TV Display Button
21.Skip Search Button
24.Channel Up/Down Button
25.DVD Power Button
*Function control is available on the unit and the remote control
H. DVD Player
1. Basic Operation
Turn the unit ON or OFF
Open and close the disc tray
Resume play mode / Go into the standby mode
(1 time) Stops at the present playing
point / (2 times) Stops playing
Go to the next chapter, track or scene
Go back to the preceding chapter,
track or scene during playing
Scan forward at 2, 4, 6, or 8 times normal speed
Scan backward at 2, 4, 6, or 8 times normal speed
Play at 1/2, 1/4, or 1/8 times speed
For Navigating the
Execute item or setting
For entering a password
Repeat playing of title, chapter, or track
Repeat a specific portion of the DISC from point A
to point B
Display the root menu of the DISC
Select the subtitle language and turn it on/off
Select the audio language
Display information about the DISC
Display the setup menu
* Function control is available on the unit and the remote control
#Function control is on main unit ONLY
When you play a DVD, a root menu of the disc will appear on the screen of your TV or Monitor. The contents of the menu vary from
3. Display (The contents vary from
a. During playback press DISPLAY to display the current title number (1), the total number of titles (2), the current chapter number (3), the total number of chapters (4), and the elapsed time for the title (5). The heading will disappear automatically in about 3 seconds.
b.Press DISPLAY again to display the remaining time for the
title. The heading will disappear automatically in about 3 seconds.
c.Press DISPLAY the 3rd time to display the elapsed time for the chapter. The heading will disappear automatically in about 3 seconds.