Alpine 68-21627Z13-A User Manual

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ADVANCED BLUETOOTH CD RECEIVER

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• OWNER’S MANUAL

Please read before using this equipment.

• MODE D’EMPLOI

Veuillez lire avant d’utiliser cet appareil.

• MANUAL DE OPERACIÓN

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ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC.

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.

19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance,

777 Supertest Road, Toronto,

California 90501, U.S.A.

Ontario M3J 2M9, Canada

Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)

Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)

Designed by ALPINE Japan 68-21627Z13-A

ALPINE ELECTRONICS MARKETING, INC.

1-1-8 Nishi Gotanda,

Shinagawa-ku,

Tokyo 141-0031, Japan

Phone 03-5496-8231

ALPINE ELECTRONICS FRANCE S.A.R.L.

(RCS PONTOISE B 338 101 280)

98, Rue de la Belle Etoile, Z.I. Paris Nord Il, B.P. 50016, 95945 Roissy Charles de Gaulle Cedex, France

Phone 01-48638989

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.

ALPINE ITALIA S.p.A.

161-165 Princes Highway, Hallam

Viale C. Colombo 8, 20090 Trezzano

Victoria 3803, Australia

Sul Naviglio (MI), Italy

Phone 03-8787-1200

Phone 02-484781

ALPINE ELECTRONICS GmbH

ALPINE ELECTRONICS DE ESPAÑA, S.A.

Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-Str. 1-3, 80807 München, Germany

Portal de Gamarra 36, Pabellón, 32

Phone 089-32 42 640

01013 Vitoria (Alava)-APDO 133, Spain

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF U.K. LTD.

Phone 945-283588

 

Alpine House

ALPINE ELECTRONICS (BENELUX) GmbH

Fletchamstead Highway, Coventry CV4 9TW, U.K.

Leuvensesteenweg 510-B6,

Phone 0870-33 33 763

1930 Zaventem, Belgium

 

Phone 02-725-13 15

Contents

ENGLISH

 

 

Operating Instructions

 

WARNING

 

WARNING.......................................................

5

CAUTION ........................................................

5

PRECAUTIONS ...............................................

5

Getting Started

 

Accessory List ...............................................................

8

Turning Power On and Off.......................................

8

Source Selection..........................................................

8

Detaching and Attaching the Front Panel .........

8

Detaching ..................................................................

8

Attaching ...................................................................

8

Initial System Start-Up...............................................

8

Adjusting Volume .......................................................

9

Setting Time..................................................................

9

Radio

 

Listening to Radio.......................................................

9

Presetting Stations Manually..................................

9

Presetting Stations Automatically......................

10

Tuning to Preset Stations ......................................

10

Frequency Search Function..................................

10

CD/MP3

 

Playback ......................................................................

10

Repeat Play.................................................................

11

M.I.X. (Random Play) ...............................................

11

Searching for CD Text .............................................

11

Folder/File Name Search (concerning MP3)...

11

Folder Name Search mode...............................

11

File Name Search mode.....................................

11

About MP3..................................................................

12

Terminology...........................................................

12

Sound Setting

 

Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/Middle

Level/Treble Level/Balance (Between Left and

Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/

 

Loudness/Defeat ......................................................

13

Audio Setup ...............................................................

13

Equalizer Presets (F-EQ) .....................................

13

Turning Loudness On/Off .................................

13

Adjusting the Parametric Equalizer Curve

 

(3BAND EQ).............................................................

14

Setting the Bass Control ..........................................

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Setting the Mid Control ...........................................

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Setting the Treble Control.......................................

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Setting the Source Volume Level....................

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Adjusting the High Pass Filter ..........................

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Turning Subwoofer ON/OFF.............................

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Adjusting the Low Pass Filter ...........................

15

Setting the Subwoofer Phase...........................

15

Setting the Subwoofer System........................

15

External Device......................................................

15

Connecting to an External Amplifier

 

(POWER IC)....................................................................

15

Other Functions

 

Displaying the Text...................................................

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About the indication display............................

16

About “Text” ...........................................................

16

Using the Front AUX Input Terminal..................

16

Option Menu Setting ..............................................

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SETUP

 

Setting ..........................................................................

18

General Setting .....................................................

18

Setting the AUX SETUP Mode................................

18

Playing MP3 Data (PLAY MODE)............................

18

Demonstration ............................................................

18

Display Setting ......................................................

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Dimmer Control ..........................................................

19

Scroll Setting (SCROLLTYPE)...................................

19

iPod/iPhone Setting ............................................

19

iPod/iPhone Search Mode Setting.......................

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BLUETOOTH Operation

 

Setup Before Using ..................................................

19

About BLUETOOTH ..............................................

19

Before Using BLUETOOTH Function...............

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How to connect to a BLUETOOTH

 

compatible device (Pairing)..............................

19

Pairing a BLUETOOTH compatible device with

SSP (Secure Simple Pairing)....................................

20

Pairing a BLUETOOTH compatible device

 

without SSP (Secure Simple Pairing)...................

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BLUETOOTH SETUP ..................................................

20

Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection

 

(BT IN)........................................................................

20

Hands-Free Phone setting (HFP)...........................

20

BLUETOOTH Audio setting (AUDIO) ....................

20

Setting the BLUETOOTH Device ......................

20

Setting the Visible Mode....................................

21

Pairing a BLUETOOTH Device from the

 

unit.............................................................................

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Contents

ENGLISH

 

 

Setting the BLUETOOTH sound quality........

21

Adjusting the volume (VOL LV ADJ)....................

21

Sound Auto setting (AUTO SET)............................

21

Setting the caller information display/

 

text message indicator ON/OFF .....................

21

Setting text message indicator ON/OFF

 

(MSG ALERT) ................................................................

22

Setting the caller information display ON/OFF

(CALLER ID) ...................................................................

22

Phone Book Auto Update ON/OFF................

22

Changing the Phone book List Order...........

22

Setting the Received Calls automatically

 

(Auto Answer)........................................................

22

Displaying the phone service provider

 

name.........................................................................

22

Selecting the output speaker..........................

22

Displaying the firmware version.....................

22

Updating the firmware ......................................

22

Hands-Free Phone Control ...................................

22

About the Hands-Free Phone..........................

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Answering a Call...................................................

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Hanging up the Telephone ..............................

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Calling ......................................................................

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Voice Dial Operation .................................................

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Redialing a Number In Outgoing History..........

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Dialing a Number In Incoming History...............

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Dialing a Number In Incoming Missed Call

 

History............................................................................

24

Dialing a Number In The Phone Book ................

24

Phone book alphabet search function...............

24

Call waiting function...........................................

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Preset a number in the Phone Book

 

(Shortcut dial)........................................................

24

Dialing the preset number ...............................

25

Adjusting the volume when receiving a

 

Call.............................................................................

25

Muting the microphone input quickly

 

(Voice Mute)...........................................................

25

Call Switching Operation ..................................

25

BLUETOOTH Audio Operation.............................

25

Recalling the BLUETOOTH Audio Mode.......

25

Selecting the desired Song .............................

25

Pausing ....................................................................

25

Flash Memory (optional)

 

Playing MP3 Files from Flash Memory

 

(optional).....................................................................

26

Flash Memory Connection (optional)...............

26

Connect Flash Memory......................................

26

Remove Flash Memory ......................................

26

About MP3 File of Flash Memory .......................

26

iPod/iPhone (optional)

 

Connecting an iPod/iPhone..................................

27

Setting the iPod Control.........................................

27

Playback .......................................................................

27

Searching for a desired Song ...............................

28

Alphabet search function ......................................

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Direct Search Function ...........................................

28

Select Playlist/Artist/Album/Genre/

 

Composer ....................................................................

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Random Play Shuffle (M.I.X.).................................

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Repeat Play .................................................................

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Information

 

In Case of Difficulty ..................................................

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Basic...........................................................................

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Radio .........................................................................

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CD...............................................................................

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MP3............................................................................

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Audio.........................................................................

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iPod............................................................................

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Indication for CD Player......................................

30

Indication for Flash Memory ............................

31

Indication for iPod Mode ...................................

31

BLUETOOTH mode ...............................................

31

Specifications.............................................................

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Installation and Connections

 

WARNING ....................................................

33

CAUTION......................................................

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PRECAUTIONS.............................................

33

Installation ..................................................................

34

Removal ...................................................................

34

Mounting the Microphone....................................

34

Connections ...............................................................

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LIMITED WARRANTY

 

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Operating Instructions

WARNING

WARNING

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.

KEEP THE VOLUME AT A LEVEL WHERE YOU CAN STILL HEAR OUTSIDE NOISES WHILE DRIVING.

Excessive volume levels that obscure sounds such as emergency vehicle sirens or road warning signals (train crossings, etc.) can be dangerous and may result in an accident. LISTENING AT LOUD VOLUME LEVELS IN A CAR MAY ALSO CAUSE HEARING DAMAGE.

MINIMIZE DISPLAY VIEWING WHILE DRIVING.

Viewing the display may distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and cause an accident.

CAUTION

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 it to your authorized Alpine dealer or the nearest Alpine Service Center for repairing.

PRECAUTIONS

Product Cleaning

Use a soft dry cloth for periodic cleaning of the product. For more severe stains, please dampen the cloth with water only. Anything else has the chance of dissolving the paint or damaging the plastic.

Temperature

Be sure the temperature inside the vehicle is between +60°C (+140°F) and −10°C (+14°F) before turning your unit on.

Moisture Condensation

You may notice the CD playback sound wavering due to condensation. If this happens, remove the disc from the player and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate.

DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER.

Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock.

USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.

(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may result in fire, etc.

KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.

USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING FUSES.

Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock.

DO NOT BLOCK VENTS OR RADIATOR PANELS.

Doing so may cause heat to build up inside and may result in fire.

USE THIS PRODUCT FOR MOBILE 12V APPLICATIONS.

Use for other than its designed application may result in fire, electric shock or other injury.

DO NOT PLACE HANDS, FINGERS OR FOREIGN OBJECTS IN INSERTION SLOTS OR GAPS.

Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the product.

Damaged Disc

Do not attempt to play cracked, warped, or damaged discs. Playing a bad disc could severely damage the playback mechanism.

Maintenance

If you have problems, do not attempt to repair the unit yourself. Return it to your Alpine dealer or the nearest Alpine Service Station for servicing.

Never Attempt the Following

Do not grip or pull out the disc while it is being pulled back into the player by the automatic reloading mechanism.

Do not attempt to insert a disc into the unit when the unit power is off.

Inserting Discs

Your player accepts only one disc at a time for playback. Do not attempt to load more than one disc.

Make sure the label side is facing up when you insert the disc. “ERROR” will be displayed on your player if you insert a disc incorrectly. If “ERROR” continues to be displayed even though the

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disc has been inserted correctly, push the RESET button with a pointed object such as a ballpoint pen.

Playing a disc while driving on a very bumpy road may result in skips, but this will not scratch the disc or damage the player.

New Discs

To prevent the CD from jamming, “ERROR” is displayed if discs with irregular surfaces are inserted or if discs are inserted incorrectly. When a new disc is ejected immediately after initial loading, use your finger to feel around the inside of the center hole and outside edge of the disc. If you feel any small bumps or irregularities, this could inhibit proper loading of the disc. To remove the bumps, rub the inside edge of the hole and outside edge of the disc with a ballpoint pen or other such instrument, then insert the disc again.

Center Hole

Center Hole

 

New Disc

Bumps

Outside

 

(Bumps)

Irregular Shaped Discs

Be sure to use round shape discs only for this unit and never use any special shape discs.

Use of special shape discs may cause damage to the mechanism.

Installation Location

Make sure this unit will not be installed in a location subjected to:

Direct sun and heat

High humidity and water

Excessive dust

Excessive vibrations

Correct Handling

Do not drop the disc while handling. Hold the disc so you will not leave fingerprints on the surface. Do not affix tape, paper, or gummed labels to the disc. Do not write on the disc.

CORRECT

INCORRECT

CORRECT

Disc Cleaning

Fingerprints, dust, or soil on the surface of the disc could cause the CD player to skip. For routine cleaning, wipe the playing surface with a clean, soft cloth from the center of the disc to the outer edge.

If the surface is heavily soiled, dampen a clean, soft cloth in a solution of mild neutral detergent before cleaning the disc.

Disc Accessories

There are various accessories available on the market for protecting the disc surface and improving sound quality. However, most of them will influence the thickness and/or diameter of the disc. Using such accessories can cause the disc to be out of standard specifications and may create operational problems. We recommend not using these accessories on discs played in Alpine CD players.

Transparent Sheet

Disc Stabilizer

On handling Compact Discs (CD/CD-R/CD-RW)

Do not touch the surface.

Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight.

Do not affix stickers or labels.

Clean the disc when it is dusty.

Make sure that there are no bumps around the disc.

Do not use commercially available disc accessories.

Do not leave the disc in the car or the unit for a long time. Never expose the disc to direct sunlight. Heat and humidity may damage the CD and you may not be able to play it again.

To customers using CD-R/CD-RW

If a CD-R/CD-RW cannot be played back, make sure the last recording session was closed (finalized).

Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW if necessary, and attempt playback again.

About media that can be played

Use only compact discs with the label side showing the CD logo marks below.

If you use unspecified compact discs, correct performance cannot be guaranteed.

You can play CD-Rs (CD-Recordables)/CD-RWs (CD-ReWritables) which have been recorded only on audio devices. You can also play CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing MP3 formatted audio files.

Some of the following CDs may not play on this unit: Flawed CDs, CDs with fingerprints, CDs exposed to extreme temperatures or sunlight (e.g. left in the car or this unit), CDs

recorded under unstable conditions, CDs on which a recording failed or a re-recording was attempted, copy-protected CDs which do not conform to the audio CD industry standard.

Use discs with MP3 files written in a format compatible with this unit. For details, refer to “About MP3” on page 12.

ROM data other than audio files contained in a disc will not produce sound when played back.

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Protecting the USB Connection Terminal

Only USB Flash Memory devices can be connected to the USB connection terminal on this unit. Correct performance using other USB products cannot be guaranteed. A USB hub is not supported.

Depending on the shape or size of a Flash Memory, it may not be connected to the USB terminal of this unit-a USB cable (sold separately) is recommended for this connection.

Also, avoid connecting Flash Memory and Front Aux at the same time.

If a USB device is inserted in the unit, it projects out and may be a danger while driving. Use a commercially available USB extension cable, and connect it in a safe way.

Depending on the connected Flash Memory device, the unit may not function or some functions may not be performed.

The audio file format that can be played back on the unit is MP3.

Artist/song name, etc., can be displayed, however characters may not be correctly displayed.

On Handling Flash Memory

CAUTION

Alpine accepts no responsibility for lost data, etc., even if data, etc., is lost while using this product.

To prevent malfunction or damage, note the following points. Read the Flash Memory Owner’s Manual thoroughly.

Do not touch the terminals by hand or metal. Do not subject Flash Memory to excessive shock.

Do not bend, drop, disassemble, modify or soak in the water.

Avoid usage or storage in the following locations:

Anywhere in the car exposed to direct sunlight or high temperatures. Anywhere the possibility of high humidity or corrosive substances is present.

Fix the Flash Memory in a location where driver operation will not be hindered.

Flash Memory may not function correctly at high or low temperature.

The USB Flash Memory supports only 512 or 2,048 bytes per sector.

Use only certified Flash Memory. Note that even certified Flash Memory, may not function correctly depending on its type or state.

Flash Memory function is not guaranteed. Use Flash Memory according to the terms of agreement.

Depending on the settings of the Flash Memory type, memory state or encoding software, the unit may not play back or display properly.

A file that is copy-protected (copyright protection) cannot be played back.

Flash Memory may take time to start playback. If there is a particular file other than audio in the Flash Memory, it may take considerable time before the file is played back or searched.

The unit can play back “mp3” file extension.

Do not add the above extension to a file other than audio data. This non-audio data will not be recognized. The resulting playback may contain noise that can damage speakers and/or amplifiers.

It is recommended to back up important data on a personal computer.

Do not remove the USB device while playback is in progress. Change SOURCE to something other than USB, and then remove the USB device to prevent possible damage to its memory.

iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

“Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone,” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, or iPhone may affect wireless performance.

The BLUETOOTH® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Alpine Electronics, Inc. is under license.

“MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.”

“Supply of this product only conveys a license for private, non-commercial use and does not convey a license nor imply any right to use this product in any commercial (i.e. revenue-generation) real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or any other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet, intranets and/or other networks or in other electronic content distribution systems, such as pay-audio or audio-on-demand applications. An independent license for such use is required. For details, please visit http://www.mp3licensing.com”

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Getting Started

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Accessory List

 

Head Unit ..................................................................................

1

Power Cable ..............................................................................

1

Microphone ..............................................................................

1

Mounting Sleeve ......................................................................

1

Carrying Case............................................................................

1

Bracket key ...............................................................................

2

• Screw (M5 × 8) ..........................................................................

4

Owner’s Manual..................................................................

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Turning Power On and Off

Press SOURCE to turn on the unit.

Note

The unit can be turned on by pressing any other button except and e.

Press and hold SOURCE for at least 2 seconds to turn off the unit.

Note

• The first time power is turned on, the volume will start from level 12.

Source Selection

Press SOURCE to change the source.

TUNER DISC USB AUDIO/iPod*1 BT AUDIO*2 AUXILIARY*3 TUNER

*1 Only when the iPod/iPhone is connected.

*2 Only when BT AUDIO is set to ON. Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection (BT IN)” on page 20.

*3 Only when AUX SETUP is set to ON. For details, refer to “Setting the AUX SETUP Mode” on page 18.

2Press eat the lower left side until the front panel pops out.

3Grasp the left side of the front panel and pull it out.

Notes

The front panel may become hot in normal usage (especially the connector terminals on the back of the front panel). This is not a malfunction.

To protect the front panel, place it in the supplied carrying case.

When detaching the front panel, do not apply excessive force as it may result in malfunction.

Attaching

1Insert the right side of the front panel into the main unit. Align the groove on the front panel with the projections on the main unit.

2Push the left side of the front panel until it locks firmly into the main unit.

Notes

Before attaching the front panel, make sure that there is no dirt or dust on the connector terminals and no foreign object between the front panel and the main unit.

Attach the front panel carefully, holding the sides of the front panel to avoid pushing buttons by mistake.

Initial System Start-Up

Be sure to press the RESET button when using the unit for the first time, after changing the car battery, etc.

1Turn off the unit power.

2Remove the detachable front panel.

3Press RESET with a ballpoint pen or similar pointed object.

Detaching and Attaching the Front Panel

RESET button

Detaching

1Turn off the unit power.

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Adjusting Volume

Turn the Rotary encoder until the desired sound is obtained.

Setting Time

1Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate the SETUP selection mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select GENERAL, and then press ENTER.

AUDIO GENERAL DISPLAY iPod BLUETOOTH

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the CLOCK ADJ mode, and then press ENTER.

The time indication will blink.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the hours while the time indication is blinking.

5When the hour has been adjusted, press ENTER.

6Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the minutes while the time indication is blinking.

7Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to return to normal mode.

Notes

To synchronize the clock to another clock/watch or radio time announcement, press and hold ENTER for at least 2 seconds after setting the “hour”. Minutes will reset to “00”. If the display shows over “30” minutes when you do this, the time will advance one hour.

Pressing will return to the previous mode.

Pressing and holding for at least 2 seconds will return to normal mode.

If no operation is performed for 60 seconds, the unit will return to normal mode automatically.

Controllable with Remote Control

This unit can be controlled with an optional Alpine remote control. For details, consult your Alpine dealer. Point the optional remote control transmitter at the remote-control sensor.

Remote control sensor

Radio

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BAND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preset buttons

 

 

 

 

TUNE/A.ME

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1 through 6)

 

 

 

 

Listening to Radio

1Press SOURCE to select TUNER mode.

2Press BAND repeatedly until the desired radio band is displayed.

F1 (FM1) F2 (FM2) AM F1 (FM1)

3Press TUNE A.ME to select the tuning mode.

DX SEEK (Distance mode) SEEK (Local mode) off (Manual mode) DX SEEK

Note

• The initial mode is Distance mode.

Distance mode:

Both strong and weak stations will be automatically tuned in (Automatic Seek Tuning).

Local mode:

Only strong stations will be automatically tuned in (Automatic Seek Tuning).

Manual mode:

The frequency is manually tuned in steps (Manual tuning).

4Press or to tune in the desired station.

Holding down or will change the frequency continuously.

Presetting Stations Manually

1Select the radio band and tune in a desired radio station you wish to store in the preset memory.

2Press and hold, for at least 2 seconds, any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) into which you wish to store the station.

The selected station is stored.

The display shows the band, preset number and station frequency memorized.

Notes

A total of 18 stations can be stored in the preset memory (6 stations for each band; FM1, FM2 and AM).

If you store a station in a preset memory which already has a station, the current station will be cleared and replaced with the new station.

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Presetting Stations Automatically

1Press BAND repeatedly until the desired radio band is displayed.

2Press and hold TUNE A.ME for at least 2 seconds.

The frequency on the display continues to change while the automatic memory is in progress. The tuner will automatically seek and store 6 strong stations in the selected band. They will be stored into preset buttons 1 to 6 in order of signal strength. When the automatic memory has been completed, the tuner goes to the station stored in preset location No.1.

Note

If no stations are stored, the tuner will return to the original station you were listening to before the auto memory procedure began.

CD/MP3

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Tuning to Preset Stations

1Press BAND repeatedly until the desired band is displayed.

2Press any one of the station preset buttons (1 through 6) that has your desired radio station in memory.

The display shows the band, preset number and frequency of the station selected.

Frequency Search Function

You can search for a radio station by its frequency.

1Press ENTER in Radio mode to activate Frequency search mode.

The “ ” indicator lights up.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired frequency.

3Press ENTER to receive the selected frequency.

Note

Press in the search mode to cancel. Or, the search mode will be canceled if no operation is performed for 10 seconds.

Playback

1Insert a disc with the label side facing up.

The disc will be pulled into the unit automatically.

Note

When a disc is already inserted, press SOURCE to switch to the DISC mode.

2While playing back MP3, press 1 or 2 to select the desired folder.

Pressing and holding 1 or 2 will change folders continuously.

3Press or to select the desired track (file).

Pressing and holding or will fast backward/fast forward track continuously.

4To pause playback, press .

Pressing again will resume playback.

5To eject the disc, press .

Notes

Do not remove a CD during its eject cycle. Do not load more than one disc at a time. A malfunction may result from doing either.

The “ ” indicator lights up when a disc is inserted.

Three-inch (8 cm) CDs can not be used.

Any file protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) copy protection, cannot be played back on this unit.

The track display for MP3 data playback is the file numbers recorded on the disc.

The playback time may not be correctly displayed when a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) recorded file is played back.

During CD/MP3 playback, press , and then you can quickly return to the hierarchy level selected last time in the search mode.

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Repeat Play

1Press a4.

The song is played back repeatedly. a*1 a *2 (off) a

*1 Only a track/file is repeatedly played back.

*2 Only files in a folder are repeatedly played back. (MP3 mode only)

2To cancel repeat play, select (off) with the above procedure.

M.I.X. (Random Play)

1Press 5s.

The songs are played back in random sequence. s*1 s*2 g*3/*4 (off) s

*1 The tracks are played back in random sequence. (CD mode

only)

*2 Only files in a folder are played back in random sequence. (MP3

mode only)

*3 The files in the disc are played back in random sequence. (MP3

mode only)

*4 In the USB mode, all files stored in the Flash Memory are played back in random sequence.

2To cancel M.I.X. play, select (off) with the above procedure.

Searching for CD Text

On discs utilizing CD Text, songs can be searched and played by using their recorded titles. For discs without CD Text, searches are made using the track numbers associated with each song.

1Press ENTER during play.

This will set the search mode, and the “ ” indicator lights up.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired track, and then press ENTER.

This will play the selected track.

Notes

Press in the search mode to cancel. Or, the search mode is canceled if no operation is performed for 10 seconds.

When CD Text Search is made during M.I.X. play, the M.I.X. play mode will be canceled.

Folder/File Name Search (concerning MP3)

Folder and file names may be searched and displayed during playback.

Folder Name Search mode

1During MP3 playback, press ENTER to activate the search mode.

The “ ” indicator lights up.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select Folder Name Search mode, and then press ENTER.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired folder.

4Press and hold ENTER for at least 2 seconds to play back the first file in the selected folder.

Notes

Press and hold for at least 2 seconds in the search mode to cancel. Or, the search mode is canceled if no operation is performed for 10 seconds.

To search for files in the Folder Name Search mode, press ENTER. Files in the folder may be searched.

Press to exit Folder Name Search mode in step 3 in order to select File Name Search mode.

The root folder is displayed as “ROOT”.

When Folder Name Search is made during M.I.X. play, the M.I.X. play mode will be canceled.

File Name Search mode

1During MP3 playback, press ENTER to activate the search mode.

The “ ” indicator lights up.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select File Name Search mode, and then press ENTER.

3Select the desired file by turning the Rotary encoder.

4Press ENTER to play back the selected file.

Notes

Press and hold for at least 2 seconds in the search mode to cancel. Or, the search mode is canceled if no operation is performed for 10 seconds.

Press in the search mode to return to the previous mode.

When File Name Search is made during M.I.X. play, the M.I.X. play mode will be canceled.

Press 1 or 2 to select another Folder.

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About MP3

CAUTION

Except for private use, duplicating audio data (including MP3 data) or distributing, transferring, or copying it, whether for free or for a fee, without permission of the copyright holder is strictly prohibited by the Copyright Act and by international treaty.

What is MP3?

MP3, whose official name is “MPEG Audio Layer 3,” is a compression standard prescribed by the ISO, the International Standardization Organization and MPEG which is a joint activity institution of the IEC. MP3 files contain compressed audio data. MP3 encoding is capable of compressing audio data at extremely high ratios, reducing the size of music files to as much as one-tenth their original size. This is achieved while still maintaining near CD quality. The MP3 format realizes such high compression ratios by eliminating the sounds that are either inaudible to the human ear or masked by other sounds.

Method for creating MP3 files

Audio data is compressed using software with MP3 codecs. For details on creating MP3 files, refer to the user’s manual for that software.

MP3 files that are playable on this device have the file extensions “mp3”. Files with no extension cannot be played back.

Supported playback sampling rates and bit rates

MP3

 

Sampling rates:

48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz,

 

12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz

Bit rates:

8 - 320 kbps

This device may not play back correctly depending on sampling rates.

ID3 tags

This device supports ID3 tag v1 and v2.

If tag data is in an MP3 file, this device can display the title (track title), artist name, and album name ID3 tag data.

This device can only display single-byte alphanumeric characters (up to 30 for ID3 tags) and the underscore. For non-supported characters, “NO SUPPORT” is displayed.

If information contains characters other than ID3 tag information, the audio file may not be played back.

The tag information may not be correctly displayed, depending on the contents.

Producing MP3 discs

MP3 files are prepared, then written to a CD-R or CD-RW using CD-R writing software. A disc can hold up to 509 files/folders (including Root Folders), and the maximum number of folders is 255.

Playback may not be performed if a disc exceeds the limitations described above.

Media supported

The media that this device can play back are CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs.

Corresponding File Systems

This device supports discs formatted with ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2. Under the ISO9660 standard, there are some restrictions to remember. The maximum nested folder depth is 8 (including the root directory). The number of characters for a folder/file name is limited.

Valid characters for folder/file names are letters A-Z (all caps), numbers 0-9, and ‘_’ (underscore).

This device also can play back discs in Joliet, Romeo, etc., and other standards that conform to ISO9660. However, sometimes the file names, folder names, etc., are not displayed correctly.

Formats supported

This device supports CD-ROM XA, Mixed Mode CD, Enhanced CD (CD-Extra) and Multi-Session.

This device cannot correctly play back discs recorded with Track At Once or packet writing.

Order of files

Files are played back in the order that the writing software writes them to the disc. Therefore, the playback order may not be what is expected. Verify the writing order in the software’s documentation. The playback order of the folders and files is as follows.

Root folder

 

Folder

MP3 File

*The folder No./ folder Name will not be displayed if no file is contained in the folder.

Terminology

Bit rate

This is the “sound” compression rate specified for encoding. The higher the bit rate, the higher the sound quality, but also the larger the files.

Sampling rate

This value shows how many times per second the data is sampled (recorded). For example, music CDs use a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, so the sound is sampled (recorded) 44,100 times per second. The higher the sampling rate, the higher the sound quality, but also the larger the volume of data.

Encoding

Converting music CDs, WAVE (AIFF) files, and other sound files into the specified audio compression format.

Tag

Song information such as track titles, artist names, album names, etc., written into MP3 files.

Root folder

The root folder (or root directory) is found at the top of the file system. The root folder contains all folders and files. It is created automatically for all burned discs.

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Sound Setting

Rotary encoder

/ENTER

AUDIO/SETUP

Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/

Middle Level/Treble Level/Balance (Between

Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and

Rear)/Loudness/Defeat

1Press AUDIO SETUP repeatedly to choose the desired mode.

Each press changes the mode as follows:

SUBWOOFER*1 BASS LEVEL*2 MID LEVEL*2 TRE LEVEL*2 BALANCE FADER LOUDNESS*2/*3 DEFEAT VOLUME

SUBWOOFER

*1 When the subwoofer mode is set to OFF, its level cannot be

adjusted.

*2 Adjustable only when DEFEAT is OFF.

*3 For details about loudness, refer to “Turning Loudness On/Off” on page 13.

Subwoofer

+0 ~ +15

 

 

Bass level

-7 ~ +7

 

 

Middle level

-7 ~ +7

 

 

Treble level

-7 ~ +7

 

 

Balance

L15 ~ R15

 

 

Fader

R15 ~ F15

 

 

Loudness

ON/OFF

 

 

Defeat

ON/OFF

 

 

Volume

0 ~ 35

 

 

Note

If no operation is performed for 5 seconds, the unit automatically returns to normal mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder until the desired sound is obtained in each mode.

By setting DEFEAT ON, previously adjusted settings of BASS, MID, TRE LEVEL and LOUDNESS will return to the factory defaults.

Audio Setup

You can flexibly customize the unit to suit your own preference and usage. From the AUDIO SETUP menu, Audio Setting can be modified.

Use steps 1 to 5 to select one of the setting modes to modify. See the applicable section below for details about the selected setting item.

1Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate the SETUP mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select AUDIO, and then press

ENTER.

AUDIO GENERAL DISPLAY iPod BLUETOOTH

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired sound setting menu, and then press ENTER.

(e.g. Select SUBWOOFER)

FACTORY EQ*1/*2 LOUDNESS*1 3BAND EQ*1/*3 VOL LV ADJHPF*1 SUBWOOFER SUBW LPF*1/*4 SUBW PHASE*4

SUBW SYS*4 POWER IC

*1 Adjustment cannot be performed when DEFEAT is set to ON. *2 The FACTORY EQ’s setting value and 3BAND EQ’s setting

value are linkage.

*3 The FACTORY EQ’s setting value and 3BAND EQ’s setting value are linkage. In step 3, three sound adjustment items (Bass, Mid and Treble) can be selected in 3BAND EQ mode, turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired item, and then pressENTER to continue to step 4.

*4 These functions are inoperable when Subwoofer is set to OFF.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to change the setting, and then press ENTER.

(e.g. Select SUBW ON or SUBW OFF)

5Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to return to normal mode.

Notes

Pressing returns to the previous Sound menu mode.

Pressing and holding for at least 2 seconds will return to normal mode.

If no operation is performed for 60 seconds, Sound menu mode is canceled.

Equalizer Presets (F-EQ)

10 typical equalizer settings are preset at the factory for a variety of musical source material.

Setting item: FACTORY EQ

Setting contents:

USER / FLAT (Initial setting) / POPS / ROCK / NEWS / JAZZ / ELEC DANCE / HIP HOP / EASY LIS / COUNTRY / CLASSICAL

Turning Loudness On/Off

Loudness introduces a special low-and high-frequency emphasis at low listening levels. This compensates for the ear’s decreased sensitivity to bass and treble sound.

Setting item: LOUDNESS

Setting contents:

OFF (Initial setting) / ON

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Adjusting the Parametric Equalizer Curve

(3BAND EQ)

You can modify the Equalizer settings to create a response curve more appealing to your personal taste. The setting of Bass, Mid and Treble can be adjusted in this mode.

Setting item: 3BAND EQ

Further setting items: BASS / MID / TREBLE

Setting the Bass Control

1After selecting BASS from the 3BAND EQ adjustment mode, turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Bass setting item, and then press ENTER.

WIDTH (Q) CENTER FRQ LEVEL

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired setting value, and then press ENTER.

3Press to return to the previous step.

Setting the Bass Bandwidth (WIDTH (Q))

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired bass bandwidth.

WIDE 0.50 MEDIUM 1.00 MEDIUM 1.50 NARROW 2.00

Changes the boosted bass bandwidth to wide or narrow. A wider setting will boost a wide range of frequencies above and below the center frequency. A narrower setting will boost only frequencies near the center frequency.

Setting the Bass Center Frequency (CENTER FRQ)

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired bass center frequency.

60 (Hz) 80 (Hz) 100 (Hz) 120 (Hz)

Emphasize the displayed bass frequency ranges.

Setting the Bass Level

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired bass level (-7~+7)*.

You can emphasize or weaken the bass level.

*The adjustment can also be made by pressing AUDIO. Refer to “Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/Middle Level/Treble Level/ Balance (Between Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/Loudness/Defeat” on page 13.

Setting the Mid Control

1After selecting MID from the 3BAND EQ adjustment mode, turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Mediant setting item, and then press ENTER.

WIDTH (Q) CENTER FRQ LEVEL

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired setting value, and then press ENTER.

3Press to return to the previous step.

Setting the Mid Bandwidth (WIDTH (Q))

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Mid bandwidth.

WIDE 0.75 MEDIUM 1.00 MEDIUM 1.25 NARROW 1.50

Setting the Mid Center Frequency (CENTER FRQ)

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Mid center frequency.

500 (Hz) 1.0k (Hz) 1.5k (Hz) 2.5k (Hz)

Setting the Mid Level

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Mid level (-7 ~ +7)*.

You can emphasize or weaken the Mid level.

*The adjustment can also be made by pressing AUDIO. Refer to “Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/Middle Level/Treble Level/ Balance (Between Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/Loudness/Defeat” on page 13.

Setting the Treble Control

1After selecting TREBLE from the 3BAND EQ adjustment mode, turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Treble setting item, and then press ENTER.

WIDTH (Q) CENTER FRQ LEVEL

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired setting value, and then press ENTER.

3Press to return to the previous step.

Setting the Treble Bandwidth (WIDTH (Q))

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired treble bandwidth.

WIDE 0.75 NARROW 1.25

Setting the Treble Center Frequency (CENTER FRQ)

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired treble center frequency.

7.5K (Hz) 10.0K (Hz) 12.5K (Hz) 15.0K (Hz)

Setting the Treble Level

Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired treble level (-7~+7)*.

You can emphasize or weaken the treble level.

*The adjustment can also be made by pressing AUDIO. Refer to “Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/Middle Level/Treble Level/ Balance (Between Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/Loudness/Defeat” on page 13.

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Setting the Source Volume Level

The output level of each source is individually adjustable. For example, if the TUNER level sounds lower than CD, its output can be adjusted without affecting the other sources.

The Hands free phone talk level, ring tone level and microphone gain level can also be adjusted by using this setting.

Setting item: VOL LV ADJ

Further setting items: TUNER / DISC / USB / iPod / BT AUDIO / AUX / PHONE TALK / RING TONE / MIC GAIN

Setting contents:

-5 dB ~ +5 dB

Adjusting the High Pass Filter

The High Pass Filter on this unit can be adjusted to suit your personal taste.

Setting item: HPF

Setting contents:

HPF OFF (Initial setting) / HPF 60 (Hz) / HPF 80 (Hz) / HPF 120 (Hz) / HPF 160 (Hz)

All frequencies above the selected cutoff are output.

Turning Subwoofer ON/OFF

When the subwoofer is on, you can adjust the subwoofer output level (refer to “Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/Middle Level/Treble Level/Balance (Between Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/Loudness/Defeat” on page 13).

Setting item: SUBWOOFER

Setting contents:

SUBW OFF (Initial setting) / SUBW ON

SUBW OFF:

No subwoofer signal is output from the Subwoofer RCA Connectors (refer to “Connections” on page 35).

SUBW ON:

The subwoofer signal is output from the Subwoofer RCA Connectors (refer to “Connections” on page 35).

Adjusting the Low Pass Filter

The Low Pass Filter on this unit can be adjusted to suit your personal taste.

Setting item: SUBW LPF

Setting contents:

LPF OFF (Initial setting) / LPF 60 (Hz) / LPF 80 (Hz) / LPF 120 (Hz) / LPF 160 (Hz)

All frequencies lower than the selected cutoff are output.

Setting the Subwoofer System

When the subwoofer is on, you can select either SYS 1 or SYS 2 for the desired subwoofer effect.

Setting item: SUBW SYS

Setting contents:

SUBW SYS 1 / SUBW SYS 2 (Initial setting)

SUBW SYS 1:

Subwoofer level changes according to the main volume setting.

SUBW SYS 2:

Subwoofer level change is different from the main volume setting. For example, even at low volume settings, the subwoofer is still audible.

External Device
Connecting to an External Amplifier (POWER IC)

When an external amplifier is connected, sound quality can be improved by stopping the power supply of the built-in amplifier.

Setting item: POWER IC

Setting contents:

OFF / ON (Initial setting)

OFF:

Use this mode when the line output of this unit is used to drive an external amplifier. In this setting, the head unit’s internal amplifier is turned OFF and cannot drive speakers.

ON:

The speakers are driven by the built-in amplifier.

OFF:

 

Front

 

left

 

Amplifier

 

Front

 

right

ON:

 

 

Speakers

SPEAKER

 

RIGHT FRONT

Front

 

right

SPEAKER

 

RIGHT REAR

Rear

 

right

SPEAKER

Rear

LEFT REAR

 

left

Setting the Subwoofer Phase

The subwoofer output phase is toggled SUBWOOFER NORMAL (0°) or SUBWOOFER REVERSE (180°). To adjust the level, turn the

Rotary encoder.

Setting item: SUBW PHASE

Setting contents:

NORMAL (Initial setting) / REVERSE

SPEAKER

 

LEFT FRONT

Front

 

left

Note

No sound is produced by the system when the power output is set to OFF.

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Other Functions

Indicator/

CD Mode

MP3 Mode

iPod/iPhone/BT

 

Mode

Artist Name*1

 

 

Artist Name*1

 

 

 

 

 

AUDIO Mode

 

 

 

 

being displayed

being displayed

 

 

 

 

 

SOURCE/

 

 

 

Text (Disc

Album Name*1

Album Name*1

 

 

 

Name*3)being

Rotary encoder

 

being displayed

being displayed

 

 

 

displayed

 

ENTER/OPTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text (Track

Song Name*1 /

 

 

 

 

 

Song Name*1

 

 

 

 

Name*3)being

File Name

 

 

 

being displayed

 

 

 

 

displayed

being displayed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*1

Tag information:

 

 

 

 

 

If there is no tag information, “ARTIST”/“ALBUM”/“SONG” is

 

 

 

displayed.

 

 

 

 

 

*2 The root folder is displayed as “ROOT”.

 

BAND

VIEW

*3 If there is no Text (Disc Name or Track Name), “DISC TEXT”/

 

“TRACK TEXT” is displayed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Displaying the Text

Text information, such as the disc name and the track name, will be displayed if playing a CD text compatible disc. It is also possible to display the folder name, the file name and the tag, etc., while playing MP3 files.

Press VIEW k.

The display will change every time the button is pressed.

Note

When the TEXT SCR is set to SCR MANU, press and hold VIEW k for at least 2 seconds, the current text will be scrolled one time (except Radio mode).

The display in Radio mode:

FREQUENCY CLOCK FREQUENCY

The display in CD mode:

TRACK NO./ELAPSED TIME TEXT (DISC NAME)*1 TEXT (TRACK NAME)*1 TRACK NO./CLOCK TRACK NO./ELAPSED TIME

The display in MP3 mode:

FILE NO./ELAPSED TIME FOLDER NO./FILE NO. FOLDER NAME FILE NAME ARTIST NAME*2 ALBUM NAME*2 SONG NAME*2 FILE NO./CLOCK FILE NO./ELAPSED TIME

The display in iPod mode:

TRACK NO./ELAPSED TIME ARTIST NAME ALBUM NAME SONG TITLE TRACK NO./CLOCK TRACK NO./ELAPSED TIME

The display in BLUETOOTH Audio mode:

BT A/ELAPSED TIME*3 ARTIST NAME ALBUM NAME SONG NAME BT A/CLOCK BT A/ELAPSED TIME

*1 Displayed during playback of a disc with CD text. *2 ID3 tag

If an MP3 file contains ID3 tag information, the ID3 tag information is displayed (e.g. song name, artist name, and album name). All other tag data is ignored.

*3 Depending on the connected mobile phone, the elapsed time may not be displayed.

About the indication display

When displaying Text, the following indicators are lit according to the mode.

Indicator/

CD Mode

MP3 Mode

iPod/iPhone/BT

Mode

AUDIO Mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Folder Name*2

being displayed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About “Text”

Text compatible CDs contain text information such as the disc name and track name. Such text information is referred to as “text”.

Notes

Some characters may not be displayed correctly with this device, depending on the character type.

“NO SUPPORT” is displayed if text information is not supported by the unit.

The text or tag information may not be correctly displayed, depending on the contents.

Using the Front AUX Input Terminal

Connect a portable music player, etc. by simply connecting it to the input on the front panel. An optional adapter cable is required (standard RCA to 3.5ø mini-phono plug or 3.5ø to 3.5ø mini phono plug).

Press SOURCE , and select the AUXILIARY mode to listen to the portable device.

Portable player, etc.

 

 

Main unit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

or

Optional adapter cable (RCA pin plugs [red, white] 3.5ø miniplugs) or (3.5ø miniplugs).

Notes

This function is available only when AUX SETUP is set to ON. For details, refer to “Setting the AUX SETUP Mode” on page 18.

If a Flash Memory is directly connected to the USB terminal, the size or shape may interfere with driving operations, therefore, avoid connecting an AUX input terminal and a Flash Memory at the same time.

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Option Menu Setting

You can quickly adjust the setting items relevant to the current SOURCE by using Option Menu.

1Press and hold ENTER/OPTION for at least 2 seconds to activate the Option menu of the current source.

Note

• The option menu varies depending on the source.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired setting item, and then press ENTER.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to change the setting, and then press ENTER.

After the setting, the display will return to the current source automatically.

Setting item:

TUNER mode:

VOL LV ADJ*1

DISC mode:

CD SET*2 VOL LV ADJ*1

USB mode:

VOL LV ADJ*1

iPod mode:

iPod CONT*3 iPod SET*4 VOL LV ADJ*1

AUX mode:

AUX SET*5 VOL LV ADJ*1

BT AUDIO mode:

BT SET*6 VOL LV ADJ*1

Phone mode (Non-calling mode):

PHONE SET*7 VOL LV ADJ*8

Phone mode (Calling mode):

SPK SWITCH*9 VOICE MUTE*10 CALL WAIT*11 CALL SOUND*12 END CALL*13 VOL LV ADJ*8

*1 You can individually emphasize or weaken the volume level of the current source to create your own tonal preference. The setting values in Option mode and in SETUP mode are linkage. Refer to “Setting the Source Volume Level” on page 15.

*2 PLAY MODE can be selected in this mode. For details, refer to “Playing MP3 Data (PLAY MODE)” on page 18.

*3 Refer to “Setting the iPod Control” on page 27.

*4 The setting items are the same as iPod setting in SETUP mode. For details, refer to “iPod/iPhone Setting” on page 19.

*5 AUX NAME can be selected in this mode. For details, refer to “Setting the AUX SETUP Mode” on page 18.

*6 FW VERSION can be selected in this mode. You can see the current firmware version about BLUETOOTH by using this setting.

*7 CALL SOUND, SENDER ID, PB UPDATE, PB ORDER, AUTO ANS, SEV NAME, SPEAKER SL and FW VERSION can be selected in this mode. For details about these settings, refer to “BLUETOOTH SETUP” on page 20.

*8 The Hands free phone talk level, ring tone level and microphone gain level can be adjusted by using this setting. The setting values in Option mode and in SETUP mode are linkage. Refer to “Setting the Source Volume Level” on page 15.

*9 While calling, the call sound can be switched between the unit and mobile phone by using this setting.

This operation can also be done by pressing BAND. Refer to “Call Switching Operation” on page 25.

*10 While calling, and the Voice Mute is activated, the microphone input will mute instantly and “VOICE MUTE” will blink. This operation can also be done by pressing . Refer to “Muting the microphone input quickly (Voice Mute)” on page 25.

*11 If there is a waiting call, select this item to display the caller’s Name and waiting number (1 or 2). Press VIEW kand the display will switch.

*12 Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH sound quality” on page 21. *13 Select this item to hang up the call.

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SETUP

SOURCE/

Rotary encoderENTER

AUDIO/SETUP

Setting

You can flexibly customize the unit to suit your own preferences and usage. From the SETUP menu, GENERAL Setting, DISPLAY Setting, etc., can be modified.

Use steps 1 to 5 to select one of the SETUP modes to modify. See the applicable section below for details about the selected SETUP item.

1Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate the SETUP mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired item, and then press ENTER.

(e.g. Select GENERAL )

AUDIO*1 GENERAL DISPLAY iPod BLUETOOTH*2

GENERAL:

CLOCK ADJ*3 AUX SETUP AUX NAME*4 PLAY MODE DEMO

DISPLAY:

DIMMER SCROLLTYPE

iPod:

iPod LIST

*1 Refer to “Audio Setup” on page 13.

*2 Refer to “BLUETOOTH SETUP” on page 20.

*3 Refer to “Setting Time” on page 9.

*4 Displayed only when AUX SETUP is set to ON.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select a setting item, and then press ENTER.

(e.g. Select AUX SETUP)

4Turn the Rotary encoder to change the setting, and then press ENTER.

(e.g. Select AUX ON or AUX OFF.)

5Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to return to normal mode.

Notes

Press to return to the previous mode.

Pressing and holding for at least 2 seconds will return to normal mode.

If no operation is performed for 60 seconds, the unit will return to normal mode automatically.

General Setting

GENERAL is selected on the setup main menu in step 2.

Setting the AUX SETUP Mode

You can input the audio of an external device, (such as a Portable audio player) to the AUX connector of this unit.

Setting item: AUX SETUP

Setting contents:

AUX OFF / AUX ON (Initial setting)

AUX OFF:

When set to OFF, AUX source cannot be selected.

AUX ON*:

Set to ON when a portable device is connected. If SOURCE is pressed and AUX is selected, the sound of the portable device is input to the unit.

*You can change the AUX NAME display when AUX SETUP is set to ON. Press ENTER when AUX SETUP is set to ON, and select AUX NAME by turning the Rotary encoder, then press ENTER. After that, turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired AUX NAME.

Note

• When the PORTABLE is set, PMD is displayed on the unit.

Playing MP3 Data (PLAY MODE)

This unit can play back CDs containing both CD and MP3 data (created in Enhanced CD (CD Extra) format). However, in some situations, playback of an enhanced CD may be difficult. In this case, you can select playback of a single session only, containing the CD data. When a disc contains both CD and MP3 data, playback starts from the CD data portion of the disc.

Setting item: PLAY MODE

Setting contents:

CD-DA / CDDA/MP3 (Initial setting)

CD-DA:

Only the CD data in Session 1 can be played back.

CDDA/MP3:

CD data, MP3 files in mixed mode, and multi-session discs can be played back.

Note

Perform this setting before inserting a disc. If a disc has already been inserted, remove it first.

Demonstration

This unit has a demonstration feature for the display.

Setting item: DEMO

Setting contents:

DEMO OFF (Initial setting) / DEMO ON

Note

• To quit Demo mode, set to DEMO OFF.

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Display Setting

DISPLAY is selected on the setup main menu in step 2.

Dimmer Control

Set the Dimmer control to Auto to decrease the illumination brightness of the unit with the head lights of the vehicle ON. This mode is useful if you feel the unit’s backlighting is too bright at night.

Setting item: DIMMER

Setting contents:

DIM MANUAL / DIM AUTO (Initial setting)

Scroll Setting (SCROLLTYPE)

This CD player can scroll the disc and track names recorded on CD-TEXT discs, as well as the text information of MP3 files, folder names and tags.

Setting item: SCROLLTYPE

Setting contents:

SCR MANUAL / SCR AUTO (Initial setting)

SCR MANUAL:

The display is scrolled when a disc is loaded or when a track is changed, etc.

SCR AUTO:

The current text information of CD, folder, tag, etc. is scrolled automatically.

Note

• The unit scrolls CD text names, folder names, file names or tag display.

iPod/iPhone Setting

“iPod” is selected on the setup main menu in step 2.

iPod/iPhone Search Mode Setting

The unit allows you to search for the iPod/iPhone using eight different search modes.

Setting item: iPod LIST

Further setting items: PLAYLISTS / ARTISTS /ALBUMS / AUDIOBOOKS / PODCASTS / GENRES / COMPOSERS / SONGS

Setting contents:

OFF / ON

Notes

When the search mode is in Playlists/Artists/Albums/Podcasts/Genres/ Songs, the initial setting is On, and when the search mode is in Audiobooks/Composers, the initial setting is Off.

For search mode details, refer to “Searching for a desired Song” on page 28.

BLUETOOTH Operation

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Setup Before Using

About BLUETOOTH

BLUETOOTH is a wireless technology allowing communication between a mobile device or personal computer over short distances. This enables a hands-free call or data transmission between BLUETOOTH compatible devices. BLUETOOTH transmission is available in the unlicensed 2.4 GHz spectrum if the distance between devices is within 10 meters. For details, refer to the BLUETOOTH Home page (http://www.bluetooth.com).

Notes

Depending on the BLUETOOTH version, a BLUETOOTH compatible device may not be able to communicate with this unit.

Proper function of this unit with all BLUETOOTH compatible devices is not guaranteed. For handling of the BT compatible device, consult your ALPINE dealer or ALPINE website.

Depending on the surroundings, BLUETOOTH wireless connection may be unstable.

When you place a call, or perform setup operations, be sure to stop your car in a safe place.

Depending on the connected BLUETOOTH compatible device(s), the function may differ. Also refer to the Owner’s Manual of the connected device(s).

When you search this unit using the BLUETOOTH compatible phone, the unit name is displayed as “Alpine CD Receiver” model name.

Before Using BLUETOOTH Function

Before using the BLUETOOTH function, the following settings need to be made.

Set “HPF” or “AUDIO” to ON when you want to use Hands-Free phone or BT Audio function. Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection (BT IN)” on page 20.

Note

Before using BLUETOOTH function, it must be paired with this unit. Refer to “How to connect to a BLUETOOTH compatible device (Pairing)” on page 19.

How to connect to a BLUETOOTH compatible device (Pairing)

For details on the control from a BLUETOOTH compatible device, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the BLUETOOTH compatible device.

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Pairing a BLUETOOTH compatible device with SSP (Secure Simple Pairing)

1Using your BLUETOOTH compatible device, select the “Alpine CD Receiver” for pairing.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to change the head unit display from “PAIR NO” to “PAIR YES”.

If “PAIR NO” is selected, the connection will be canceled.

3If the pairing was successful, “CONNECTED” is displayed for a few seconds. The head unit then returns to its previous state.

Pairing a BLUETOOTH compatible device without SSP (Secure Simple Pairing)

1Using your BLUETOOTH compatible device, select the Alpine CD Receiver for pairing.

2Input the PIN code (“0000”) in a BLUETOOTH compatible device.

Note

• The PIN code is fixed as “0000”.

3If the pairing was successful, “CONNECTED” is displayed for a few seconds. The head unit then returns to its previous state.

Notes

If the connection is unsuccessful, “FAILED” is displayed.

After a successful pairing, the two devices should re-pair automatically whenever the vehicle’s ignition is turned ON.

Set “VISIBLE M” to VISI M ON to enable this unit to be recognized by a BLUETOOTH compatible device, refer to “Setting the Visible Mode” on page 21.

You can also manually pair the BLUETOOTH devices from this unit. For details, refer to “Pairing a BLUETOOTH Device from the unit” on page 21.

BLUETOOTH SETUP

The following steps 1 to 5 are common to the various BLUETOOTH functions. For details, refer to each individual function.

Note

Set “HFP” or “AUDIO” to ON, and then perform BLUETOOTH SETUP operation. Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection (BT IN)” on page 20.

1Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate the SETUP mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select “BLUETOOTH”, and then press ENTER.

The BLUETOOTH setup mode is activated.

Note

The BLUETOOTH setup mode can also be activated by pressing and holding wfor at least 2 seconds.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired items and then press ENTER.

BLUETOOTH:

BT IN*1 PAIRED DEV VISIBLE M*1 SEARCH DEV*1 CALL SOUND*2 SENDER ID*2 PB UPDATE*2 PB ORDER*2

AUTO ANS*2 SEV NAME*2 SPEAKER SL*2 FW VERSION FW UPDATE*1

*1 The items are not displayed during a phone call.

*2 The items are not displayed when “HFP” is set to OFF. Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection (BT IN)” on

page 20.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to change the settings.

5Press and hold AUDIO SETUP for at least 2 seconds.

The SETUP mode is canceled.

Notes

Press to return to the previous mode.

Pressing and holding for at least 2 seconds will return to normal mode.

If no operation is performed for 60 seconds, the unit will return to normal mode automatically.

Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection

(BT IN)

With BLUETOOTH technology, you can place a hands-free call by a BLUETOOTH-equipped mobile phone.

Audio information of a BLUETOOTH compatible mobile phone, a portable audio player, etc., is controllable/playable wirelessly from this unit.

Setting item: BT IN

Further setting items: HFP / AUDIO

Setting contents:

OFF / ON (Initial setting)

Hands-Free Phone setting (HFP)

ON:

Select when you want to pair your BLUETOOTH compatible phone with this unit.

OFF:

Hands-Free Phone function is not used.

Note

When HFP is set to OFF, the indicators related to Hands-free phone (cbattery quantity, isignal strength and hmessage) will not be displayed.

BLUETOOTH Audio setting (AUDIO)

ON:

Select when you want to use BLUETOOTH Audio function.

OFF:

BLUETOOTH Audio function is not used.

Setting the BLUETOOTH Device

Select one of 3 connected BLUETOOTH compatible devices that you previously registered.

Setting item: PAIRED DEV

1Turn the Rotary encoder to select a BLUETOOTH compatible device you want to use (you want to change connection) and then press ENTER.

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2Turn the Rotary encoder to select “CONNECT” to connect the selected device.

The connected device is marked with “l”. Select “DISCONNECT” to disconnect this device. Select “CLEAR” when you want to clear the device from the device list.

Notes

If the connection is successfully changed, “CONNECTED” is displayed for 2 seconds and the indicator lights up, then the display returns to the SETUP screen.

If a mobile phone is connected to this unit successfully, the c indicator lights up to show the battery quantity of the connected mobile phone. The jindicator lights up when the battery quantity is in middle level, and it blinks in low level.

Indicator i(Signal Strength):

The indicator will display the current signal strength of mobile phone. The indicator blinks when the signal of the connected mobile phone is weak.

Depending on the connected mobile phone, the c(battery quantity), i(signal strength) and h(message) indicators may not be displayed.

If all the 3 positions have been registered, you cannot register the 4th device. To register another device, you need to delete one of the devices from position 1 to 3 first.

Setting the Visible Mode

You can set whether this unit can be recognized or not from a BLUETOOTH compatible device. Normally set this to VISI M ON.

Setting item: VISIBLE M

Setting contents:

VISI M OFF / VISI M ON (Initial setting)

VISI M OFF:

Disable recognition of this unit from the BLUETOOTH compatible device.

VISI M ON:

Enable recognition of this unit from the BLUETOOTH compatible device.

Pairing a BLUETOOTH Device from the unit

The BLUETOOTH device is used when a connectable BLUETOOTH compatible device is searched and connected to this unit, or when a new BLUETOOTH compatible device is registered.

Setting item: SEARCH DEV

1When SEARCH DEV is selected, and “SEARCHING” is displayed, the search gets started.

Note

• The “SEARCHING” operation can be stopped by pressing .

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the name of the device to be connected from the Device Search list and then press ENTER.

3If this unit is successfully connected to a BLUETOOTH compatible device, “CONNECTED” is displayed, and then the unit returns to normal mode.

Depending on the mobile phone, it may be necessary to input a passcode. In this case, “CODE 0000” is displayed. Input the passcode “0000” in the BLUETOOTH compatible device to make the pairing. After the pairing is completed, the unit will automatically connect to the BLUETOOTH compatible device. If you input the wrong passcode or the communication fails, “FAILED” is displayed.

Setting the BLUETOOTH sound quality

You can flexibly customize the sound of call to fit your own preferences.

Setting item: CALL SOUND

Further setting items: VOL LV ADJ / AUTO SET

Adjusting the volume (VOL LV ADJ)

You can emphasize or weaken the volume level of the Phone call, the ring tone and the microphone input to fit your own preferences.

Setting contents:

PHONE TALK:

-5 dB~ +5 dB

RING TONE:

-5 dB~ +5 dB

MIC GAIN:

-5 dB~ +5 dB

Note

These setting items are the same as PHONE TALK, RING TONE and MIC GAIN settings in AUDIO step mode, refer to “Setting the Source Volume Level” on page 15.

Sound Auto setting (AUTO SET)

This unit provides 5 methods to improve the sound quality of calling. You can choose the type according to your own preference.

Setting contents:

TYPE1 (Initial setting) / TYPE2 / TYPE3 / TYPE4 / TYPE5

TYPE1:

Standard Mode (recommended)

TYPE2:

Enhance the noise reduction

TYPE3:

Enhance the echo-cancel

TYPE4:

Enhance both noise reduction and echo-cancel

TYPE5:

Weaken both noise reduction and echo-cancel

Notes

The functions below are designed to improve the sound quality of the caller to driver.

Noise reduction: This function can reduce the road noise, but excessive enhancement may affect the sound quality of calling.

Echo-cancel: This function can reduce the echo noise, but excessive enhancement may affect the sound quality of calling.

Improvement effect differs depending on the actual calling environment, so please choose a suitable type accordingly.

Setting the caller information display/ text message indicator ON/OFF

You can choose whether to use these functions according to the following setting.

Setting item: SENDER ID

Further setting items: MSG ALERT / CALLER ID

Setting contents:

OFF / ON (Initial setting)

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Setting text message indicator ON/OFF (MSG ALERT)

When it is set to ON, the hindicator blinks for 30 seconds while receiving a text message. The hindicator remains on if there is an unread text message on the connected mobile phone.

Notes

Depending on the mobile phone, this function may not be performed.

The text of the message will not be displayed on this unit.

When this unit prompts you of a received text message, it is recommended to read the message after stopping your car in a safe place, rather than read it immediately through your phone.

Setting the caller information display ON/OFF (CALLER ID)

If you want to keep the ID information of the caller from others, set this item to OFF. While you are dialing a number, telephone name will be displayed as “ID UNSENT”. While a call is dialing in or during a call, “NO NAME” will be displayed.

Phone Book Auto Update ON/OFF

You can set whether to update the phone book automatically.

Setting item: PB UPDATE

Setting contents:

OFF / ON (Initial setting)

OFF:

The phone book will not update.

ON:

When the mobile phone reconnects with this unit, the phone book will update.

Changing the Phone book List Order

The phone book is listed alphabetically according to the initial letter of name.

You can choose to arrange the phone book list order according to the initial letters of the FIRST NAME or LAST NAME.

Setting item: PB ORDER

Setting contents:

FIRST NAME (Initial setting) / LAST NAME

Note

“WAITING” will be displayed while the Phone book order is switching. You can quit the “WAITING” screen to perform other operations by pressing when the ordering is still in progress, at this time, the phone book is not accessible. In addition, the ordering may affect the playback of BT AUDIO.

Setting the Received Calls automatically (Auto Answer)

When a call is received, you can set whether to receive it automatically or not.

Setting item: AUTO ANS

Setting contents:

AT ANS OFF (Initial setting) / AT ANS ON

AT ANS OFF:

When a call is received, it is not answered automatically. Press w to receive the call.

AT ANS ON:

When a call is received, it is answered automatically after about 5 seconds.

Note

If the received call setting on the mobile phone is on, the call will be answered automatically even though this setting is set to OFF.

Displaying the phone service provider name

The service provider name of the connected BLUETOOTH compatible device will be displayed. If a BLUETOOTH compatible device is not connected, “ID UNSENT” will be displayed.

Setting item: SEV NAME

Note

Depending on the character type some phone service provider name cannot be displayed. “ID UNSENT” will be displayed.

Selecting the output speaker

You can select the connected speaker in car to output the sound signal of telephone.

Setting item: SPEAKER SL

Setting contents:

ALL (Initial setting) / FRONT-L / FRONT-R / FRONT-LR

ALL:

The sound be output from all of speakers in car.

FRONT-L:

The sound only be output from the front left speaker.

FRONT-R:

The sound only be output from the front right speaker.

FRONT-LR:

The sound be output from the front left and front right speaker.

Displaying the firmware version

The current firmware version will be displayed.

Setting item: FW VERSION

Updating the firmware

Future BLUETOOTH firmware updates may become available for phone interoperability.

For information to update your BLUETOOTH firmware, please visit Alpine America home page (http://www.alpine-usa.com).

Setting item: FW UPDATE

Setting contents:

UPDATE NO (Initial setting) / UPDATE YES

Hands-Free Phone Control

About the Hands-Free Phone

Hands-free calls are possible when using a HSP (Head Set Profile) and HFP (Hands-Free Profile) compatible mobile phone with this unit.

Notes

Avoid performing a hands-free call in heavy traffic or on narrow or winding streets.

Close the windows while calling to reduce background noise.

If both calling parties are using hands-free devices, or the call is made in a noisy location, difficulty hearing the other person’s voice is normal.

Depending on telephone line conditions or certain mobile devices used, voices may sound unnatural.

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When using a microphone, speak as directly as you can into the microphone to pick up the best sound quality.

Certain mobile phone features are dependent on the capabilities and settings of your service provider’s network. Additionally, certain features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or the provider’s network settings may limit the feature’s functionality.

Always contact your service provider about feature availability and functionality.

All features, functionality, and other product specifications, as well as the information contained in the Owner’s Manual are based upon the latest available information and are believed to be accurate at the time of printing.

Alpine reserves the right to change or modify any information or specifications without notice or obligation.

Answering a Call

Incoming calls are announced by the received call ring tone and a displayed message (PHONE).

Press f.

The call starts.

Notes

When “AUTO ANS” is set to AT ANS ON, you can receive a call automatically. Refer to “Setting the Received Calls automatically (Auto Answer)” on page 22.

While calling, the source sound on the unit is muted. After calling, playback will resume.

Hanging up the Telephone

Press f.

The call finishes.

Note

You can also hang up the call by pressing and holding for at least 2 seconds.

Calling

Call History is recorded for the last dialed/received/missed calls (80 records for each). There are various ways of making calls based on the “Calling”. The following steps 1 to 5 are common to the various ways of making these calls. For details, refer to each individual category for making calls.

1Press f.

The outgoing method list is displayed.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the outgoing mode.

Setting contents:

VOICE DIAL / DIALED / RECEIVED / MISSED /

PHONE BOOK

VOICE DIAL:

Voice dial operation

DIALED:

Dialed history

RECEIVED:

Received history

MISSED:

Missed incoming history

PHONE BOOK:

Mobile phone book

3Press ENTER.

The outgoing mode is activated, and each mode list is displayed.

Note

It may take some time for the list to be displayed, and also directly after connection, the list may not be brought up to date.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to select a name or a telephone number from the list.

Note

You can use Phone book alphabet search function to search a name or number from Phone Book. For details, refer to “Phone book alphabet search function” on page 24.

5Press ENTER.

The selected telephone will be called.

If one name has several numbers registered in the telephone book, press ENTER after selecting the name*, then turn the

Rotary encoder to choose the desired number and pressENTER, the telephone will be called. Press and holdENTER for at least 2 seconds after selecting the name, the default number of the name will be called. Depending on the connected mobile phone, this function may not be performed.

* If the name cannot be recognized, default number will be displayed.

Notes

Press to return to the previous mode.

If no operation is performed for 60 seconds, the unit will return to normal mode automatically.

The names registered in the telephone book are displayed. If the name is not registered, a number is displayed. If both name and number cannot be displayed, “ID UNSENT” will be displayed.

If you place a call directly from the paired mobile phone, the phone number is not displayed, you cannot redial from the unit in this case.

Voice Dial Operation

You can make a call using voice commands.

Setting item: VOICE DIAL

When the speak mode is activated and “SPEAK” is displayed, say the telephone number*, name* you want to call into the microphone.

*This message depends on the voice tag prestored in the mobile phone.

Notes

You can perform this operation only when a voice dial compatible mobile phone is connected. If the mobile phone is not compatible with the voice dial, “NO SUPPORT” is displayed for 2 seconds.

The Voice Dial function performance depends on the recognition range of the mobile phone and mounting location of the microphone. Please pay attention when the microphone is mounted.

Voice dial operation depends on the function of the mobile phone. For details, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the mobile phone.

If a called person that you say is not found, “NO CALL” is displayed for 2 seconds.

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Redialing a Number In Outgoing History

Previously dialed telephone numbers are stored in dialed calls history. You can redial a number by searching from dialed calls history.

Setting item: DIALED

Dialing a Number In Incoming History

Telephone numbers from received calls are stored in the Received List. You can redial these numbers by searching here.

Setting item: RECEIVED

Dialing a Number In Incoming Missed Call

History

Telephone numbers for received calls that are missed, are stored in the Missed List. You can redial these numbers by searching here.

Setting item: MISSED

Dialing a Number In The Phone Book

Up to 1,000 names (at most 5 telephone numbers for each name) are downloadable from a mobile phone. Dial a call by selecting a person from the phone book list.

Setting item: PHONE BOOK

Notes

The order of the list display depends on the setting of “PB ORDER” (refer to “Changing the Phone book List Order” on page 22).

If the call history or phone book of the mobile phone is added or deleted while it is connected to the unit, the list displayed on the unit may not be brought up to date. If it is not updated, you cannot correctly place a call.

You can display the information of a number stored in phone book by

pressing VIEW k. Each press changes the display as Name Telephone NO. Telephone label* Name

If the information can not be obtained, “NO NAME”,“NO NUMBER” or “NO LABEL” will be displayed.

*The telephone label of a number depends on the number information stored in Phone book of the mobile phone, which includes 5 types-GENERAL, MOBILE, HOME, OFFICE and OTHER.

Phone book alphabet search function

You can select the first three letters to search for a desired name in phone book list by using the Phone book alphabet search function.

For example:

Searching a name “Michael James”

The following example explains how the search is performed. Depending on the setting in PB ORDER (refer to “Changing the Phone book List Order” on page 22), the phone book is listed in first name or last name order. Please search for the first name or last name according to the setting.

1Press ABC SKIP while in the phone book list, the phone book alphabet search mode is activated.

The letter selection list is displayed.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the first letter (e.g. M), and then press .

The letter selection list is displayed.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the second letter (e.g. I), and then press .

The letter selection list is displayed.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to select the third letter (e.g. C), and then press ENTER.

The names stored in phone book which begin with “MIC” are searched.

5Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired name (e.g. Michael James), and then press ENTER to make the call.

Notes

If the selected name has several numbers registered in phone book, you need to turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired number, and then press ENTER.

Press in step 3 or 4 to delete the current entry and return to the previous step.

You can search for a name by its first letter, first two letters or first three letters. Press ENTER after entering the desired number of letters. A list displays the names beginning with the entered letter(s).

Call waiting function

If a second call is received during a current call, you can have the first caller wait momentarily while you take the second call. When you are finished with one call, you can switch to the other one.

If a second call is received during the current call (call1), the information of second caller (call2) is displayed instead of the current caller’s name. Press 2, the call waiting mode is activated.

In this case, call1 is on hold, while you take call2.

Notes

In the call waiting mode, press 1 or 2 to switch between the calling person and the person on hold.

In the call waiting mode, press and hold 1 or 2 for at least 2 seconds to hang up call1 or call2, and the other call will be answered automatically.

In the call waiting mode, you can press VIEW kto change the display between waiting number (1or 2) and caller name.

Preset a number in the Phone Book (Shortcut dial)

Assign numbers that you dial frequently to presets for quick recall. You can assign up to six frequently called phone numbers to number presets.

Select a number you want to preset from the Phone Book. Press and hold any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) as the one that you wish to store the number for at least 2 seconds.

The phone number you selected is stored in presets.

Notes

If the name has several numbers registered in the phone book, pressENTER after selecting the name. Turn the Rotary encoder to choose the desired number. Press and hold any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) for at least 2 seconds. The selected number is stored as a preset number.

A total of 18 phone numbers can be stored in the preset memory (6 numbers for each mobile phone in the paired device list.) If a mobile phone is deleted from the paired device list, the stored preset numbers of this mobile phone are deleted, even when it is paired again.

If you store a phone number in a preset with a previously stored number, the current number will be cleared and replaced by the new one.

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Dialing the preset number

1Press any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) that has had a number stored in the phone mode.

The information (name/number) stored in the preset station is displayed.

2Press ENTER or f.

The stored preset number is dialed directly.

Adjusting the volume when receiving a Call

While calling, you can adjust the volume.

Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the volume.

Note

You may need to increase volume from your regular audio listening source level. However, increasing the volume excessively may result in feedback. Feedback is directly related to the volume. Turning down the volume as low as acceptable, will reduce it. Positioning the microphone in a direction away from the main car speakers (e.g. clipped on sun visor) may also reduce feedback at high volume.

Muting the microphone input quickly (Voice Mute)

While calling, activating the Voice Mute function will instantly mute the microphone input. Your voice will not be heard by the caller.

While calling, press to mute the microphone input.

Press again will bring the microphone input back to its previous volume level.

Note

The operation can also be performed in the option menu of phone mode (calling mode). Refer to “Option Menu Setting” on page 17.

Call Switching Operation

While making a call, this function allows you to initiate the transfer of the audio between the mobile phone and the speakers in the car.

While calling, press BAND to switch the call sound between the unit and mobile phone.

Notes

Depending on the mobile phone, this operation may not be performed.

The operation can also be performed in the option menu of phone mode (calling mode). Refer to “Option Menu Setting” on page 17.

BLUETOOTH Audio Operation

Audio information of a BLUETOOTH compatible mobile phone, a portable player, etc., is controllable/playable wirelessly* from this unit.

*To play back audio, a mobile phone or a portable player conforming to A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio/ Video Remote Control Profile) is required.

Not all functions work with all devices.

Notes

Set “AUDIO” to ON when you want to use BLUETOOTH Audio function. Refer to “Setting the BLUETOOTH Connection (BT IN)” on page 20.

During a call, sound on the BLUETOOTH audio source is muted.

If you operate the Hands-free phone (e.g. searching in the phonebook) while using the BLUETOOTH Audio function, BLUETOOTH Audio playback may be affected.

Recalling the BLUETOOTH Audio Mode

Press SOURCE/ to select the BT AUDIO mode.

Selecting the desired Song

Press .

Return the beginning of the song being played back.

Press .

Forward the next song.

Pausing

Press .

A playback stops. Touching again will resume a playback.

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Flash Memory (optional)

SOURCE/

 

Playing MP3 Files from Flash Memory (optional)

If you connect a Flash Memory Device containing MP3, MP3 files can be played back.

1Press SOURCE to switch to the USB AUDIO mode.

2To pause playback, press .

Pressing again will resume the playback.

Notes

The root folder is displayed as “ROOT” in the Folder Name Search mode.

This unit plays back files in Flash Memory with the same controls and modes as playback of CDs containing MP3. For details, refer to “CD/ MP3” on page 10.

Before disconnecting Flash Memory, be sure to change to another source or set to pause.

The playback time may not be correctly displayed when a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) recorded file is played back.

Flash Memory Connection (optional)

Connect Flash Memory

1Open the cover of the USB Port.

2Connect the Flash Memory directly to the USB Port, or via the USB cable.

This unit USB Connection Terminal

Flash Memory (sold separately)

or

Flash Memory

Cable (sold

(sold separately)

separately)

Remove Flash Memory

1Carefully, pull out the Flash Memory Device from the USB cable or the USB Port.

2Close the cover of the USB Port.

Notes

Change to a source other than the Flash Memory mode, and then remove the Flash Memory Device. If Flash Memory is removed in the Flash Memory mode, data may be damaged.

When removing Flash Memory, pull it out straight.

If sound is not output or Flash Memory is not recognized even when connected, remove the Flash Memory Device once, and then connect it again.

Route the USB cable away from other cables, etc.

After removing the Flash Memory, close the cover of the USB Port to prevent dust or foreign objects from entering and causing a malfunction.

About MP3 File of Flash Memory

Playing back MP3

MP3 files are prepared, and then stored to a Flash Memory Device. This unit can recognize at most 100 folders and 100 files per folder stored in Flash Memory. Playback may not be performed if a Flash Memory Device exceeds the limitations described above.

Do not make a file’s playback time more than 1 hour.

Media supported

This device can play back Flash Memory.

Corresponding File Systems

This device supports FAT 12/16/32 for Flash Memory device.

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iPod/iPhone (optional)

SOURCE/

Rotary encoder

ENTER/OPTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

4

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preset buttons

 

 

 

 

 

ABC SKIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1 through

6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

iPod nano (4th generation): Ver.1.0.4 iPod classic (120 GB): Ver.2.0.1

iPod touch (1st generation): Ver.3.1.3 iPod nano (3rd generation): Ver.1.1.3 iPod classic (80 GB, 160 GB): Ver.1.1.2 iPod nano (2nd generation): Ver.1.1.3 iPod with video: Ver.1.3

iPod nano (1st generation): Ver.1.3.1

Confirmed devices regarding Made for iPhone. Correct function of earlier versions cannot be guaranteed.

iPhone 4: Ver.4.3 iPhone 3GS: Ver.4.3 iPhone 3G: Ver.4.2.1 iPhone: Ver.3.1.3

For clarity in identifying your model of iPod, please see Apple’s own document “Identifying iPod models” at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1353

This unit does not support video playback from iPod/iPhone, even using a video-compatible cable.

Connecting an iPod/iPhone

An iPod/iPhone can be connected to this unit by using the Interface cable for iPod (included with iPod). When an iPod/iPhone is connected to this unit, you can choose to control the iPod/iPhone using its own controls or by the head unit controls. For details, refer to “Setting the iPod Control” on page 27.

These instructions refer to controlling the iPod/iPhone from this Head Unit (HU) only. Make sure iPod Control is set to HU (HEAD UNIT). Refer to “Setting the iPod Control” on page 27. Refer to the iPod/iPhone manual for operations using the iPod/iPhone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This unit

USB Connection Terminal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

iPod/iPhone (sold separately)

Included with iPod/iPhone

Notes

An iPhone connected to this unit operates as an iPod. The iPhone can be used as a hands-free device using the integrated Bluetooth module.

Internet and telephone functions of iPod touch or iPhone, etc., can also be used when connecting to the unit. However, using these functions will stop or pause the playing songs, at this time do not operate the unit to avoid a malfunction.

Do not leave an iPod/iPhone in a car, as its mechanism is sensitive to high temperature and humidity conditions, and damage may result.

About iPod/iPhone models usable with this unit

Confirmed devices regarding Made for iPod. Correct function of earlier versions cannot be guaranteed.

iPod touch (4th generation): Ver.4.3 iPod nano (6th generation): Ver.1.0 iPod touch (3rd generation): Ver.4.3 iPod nano (5th generation): Ver.1.0.2

iPod classic (160 GB) (Late 2009): Ver.2.0.4 iPod touch (2nd generation): Ver.4.2.1

Setting the iPod Control

When an iPod/iPhone is connected, operate it from its own controls or from the head unit.

1Press and hold ENTER OPTION for at least 2 seconds in the iPod mode.

The Option menu for iPod mode is activated.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select iPod CONT, and then press ENTER.

The iPod control mode will switch between iPod MODE and HU MODE.

HU (HEAD UNIT) MODE:

Operate the iPod/iPhone via this unit.

iPod MODE:

Operate the iPod/iPhone using its own controls. When iPod is selected, some functions will not be operable via the head unit.

Notes

Once the control mode is changed, this will set pause status, press to continue.

Depending upon the iPod used, iPod control may not be selectable. Or, if iPod is selected, operation must still be from the head unit.

Playback

1Press SOURCE to switch to the iPod mode.

2Press or to select the desired song.

Pressing and holding or will fast backward/fast forward the current track.

3To pause playback, press .

Pressing again will resume playback.

Notes

A song playing on the iPod/iPhone while it is connected to this unit will continue to play from where it was paused after disconnection.

If you listen to an episode from a selected Podcast or Audiobook, the episode can be changed by pressing 1 or 2.

An episode may have several chapters. The chapter can be changed by pressing or .

During iPod/iPhone playback, press , and then you can quickly return to the hierarchy level selected last time in the search mode.

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Searching for a desired Song

An iPod/iPhone can contain thousands of songs. The unit for this reason can make various searches using the search function as shown below. Each music category has its own individual hierarchy. Use the Playlist/ Artist/Album/Song/Podcast/Genre/Composer/Audiobook search mode to narrow searches based on the table below.

Hierarchy 1

Hierarchy 2

Hierarchy 3

Hierarchy 4

 

 

 

 

Playlist

Song

 

 

 

 

Artist*

Album*

Song

Album*

Song

Song

 

 

 

 

Podcast

Episode

 

 

 

 

Genre*

Artist*

Album*

Song

Composer*

Album*

Song

Audiobook

 

 

 

 

Note

You can select your preferred search mode. Refer to “iPod/iPhone Search Mode Setting” on page 19.

For example:

Searching by Artist name

The following example explains how an ARTIST search is performed. Another search mode can be used for the same operation, although the hierarchy differs.

1Press ENTER to activate the search selection mode.

The “ ” indicator lights up.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select the ARTIST search mode, and then press ENTER.

SHUFFLE ALL*1 PLAYLIST ARTIST ALBUM SONG PODCAST GENRE COMPOSER AUDIOBOOK SHUFFLE ALL

*1 Refer to “Random Play Shuffle (M.I.X.)” on page 29.

Note

The display of search mode list varies depending on the setting of iPod LIST. Refer to “iPod/iPhone Search Mode Setting” on page 19.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Artist, and then press ENTER.

4Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Album, and then press ENTER.

5Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Song, and then press ENTER.

Notes

After pressing and holding ENTER for at least 2 seconds while in each hierarchy (except SONG and AUDIOBOOK hierarchy), all songs of the selected hierarchy are played back.

After selecting [ALL] in the search mode with “*” (refer to the table above), press and hold ENTER for at least 2 seconds to play back all songs in the iPod/iPhone or selected search mode.

While in the search mode, if you press and hold for 2 seconds, or no operation is performed for 10 seconds, the search mode is canceled.

In the search mode, pressing will return to the previous mode.

When search is made during M.I.X. play, the M.I.X. play mode will be canceled.

“NO SONG” will be displayed if there are no songs in the selected playlist in the PLAYLIST search mode.

“NO PODCAST” will be displayed if there is no podcast data in the iPod/iPhone in the PODCAST search mode.

“NOAUDIOBOK” will be displayed if there is no Audiobook data in the iPod/iPhone in AUDIOBOOK search mode.

If “iPod name” stored in the iPod/iPhone is selected in the desired Playlist search mode, and ENTER is pressed, you can search for all songs in the iPod/iPhone. Also, if you press and hold ENTER for at least 2 seconds, all songs in the iPod/iPhone are played back.

Depending on the iPod/iPhone, podcast search is not supported.

If any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) is pressed in the search mode, a search can be made quickly by skipping to the specified location. For details, refer to “Direct Search Function” on page 28.

Alphabet search function

The unit’s alphabet search function can be used to search for an album, song, etc., more efficiently. In PLAYLIST/ARTIST/ALBUM/SONG/ PODCAST/GENRE/COMPOSER/AUDIOBOOK search mode, select the first letter of your desired title (album, song, etc.), the titles beginning with this letter are listed. By using this function, you can quickly target any song.

1In the search mode, press ABC SKIP.

The letter selection list is displayed.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select a desired letter (e.g. M), and then press ENTER.

The titles beginning with “M” are listed.

3Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired title.

Notes

While in Alphabet search mode, pressing will return to the previous mode.

If the PLAYLIST search mode is used to search for a song, the Alphabet search function is inactive in the song search hierarchy.

Direct Search Function

The unit’s direct search function can be used to search for an album, song, etc., more efficiently. In PLAYLIST/ARTIST/ALBUM/SONG/ PODCAST/GENRE/COMPOSER/AUDIOBOOK mode, you can quickly target any song.

In the search mode, press any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6) to quickly skip over a designated percent of your song content.

Song search example:

If there are 100 songs in your iPod/iPhone, they are divided into 6 groups using percentages (shown below). These groups are assigned to the preset buttons (1 through 6).

Example 1:

Suppose the song you are searching for is located at around the middle (50%) of your library: press button 4 to jump to the 50th song and turn the Rotary encoder to find the desired song.

Example 2:

Suppose the song you are searching for is located near the end (83%) of your library: press button 6 to jump to the 83rd song and turn the Rotary encoder to find the desired song.

 

 

 

All 100 songs (100%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0%

17%

 

33%

50%

 

67%

83%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preset

1

2

 

3

4

 

5

6

buttons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Songs

1st

17th

 

33rd

50th

 

67th

83rd

song

song

 

song

song

 

song

song

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Select Playlist/Artist/Album/Genre/

Composer

Playlist/Artist/Album/Genre/Composer can be easily changed.

For example, if you listen to a song from a selected album, the album can be changed.

Press 1 or 2 to select the desired Playlist/Artist/Album/

Genre/Composer.

Notes

If the song search mode was used to select a song, this function is inactive.

If an album is selected during an artist search, other albums by that artist are searchable.

This function is inactive during shuffle (s) playback.

Random Play Shuffle (M.I.X.)

The Shuffle function of the iPod/iPhone is displayed as son this unit.

Shuffle Albums:

The songs on each album are played back in proper order. Upon completion of all the songs on the album, the next album is selected randomly. This continues until all albums have been played.

Shuffle Songs:

Song shuffle randomly plays back songs within a selected category (playlist, album, etc.). The songs within the category are played just once until all songs have been played.

1Press 5 s.

The songs are played back in random sequence.

s*1 s*2 (off) s

*1 Shuffle Albums.

*2 Shuffle Songs.

2To cancel M.I.X. play, select (off) with the above procedure.

Note

If a song is selected in the album search mode before selecting M.I.X. play, the songs will not play back randomly even when Shuffle Albums is selected.

Shuffle ALL:

Shuffle ALL plays all songs in the iPod/iPhone randomly. Any one song does not play back again until all songs have been played back.

1Press ENTER to activate the search selection mode.

2Turn the Rotary encoder to select SHUFFLE ALL, and then press ENTER.

The “g” indicator lights up.

To cancel Shuffle ALL mode, press 5 sto select OFF.

Note

If Shuffle ALL is selected, the selected songs being played back in the search mode are canceled.

Repeat Play

Only Repeat One is available for the iPod/iPhone.

Repeat One:

A single song is repeatedly played back.

1Press a4.

The song is played back repeatedly. a* (off) a

* Repeat One.

2To cancel repeat play, select (off) with the above procedure.

Note

During repeat playback, no other songs are selectable by pressing or .

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Information

In Case of Difficulty

If you encounter a problem, please turn the power off, then on again. If the unit is still not functioning normally, please review the items in the following checklist. This guide will help you isolate the problem if the unit is at fault. Otherwise, make sure the rest of your system is properly connected or consult your authorized Alpine dealer.

Basic

No function or display.

Vehicle’s ignition is off.

If connected following instructions, the unit will not operate with the vehicle’s ignition off.

Improper power lead (Red) and battery lead (Yellow) connections.

Check power lead and battery lead connections.

Blown fuse.

Check the fuse of the unit; replace with the proper value if necessary.

Internal micro-computer malfunctioned due to interference noise etc.

Press the RESET button with a ballpoint pen or other pointed article.

Radio

Unable to receive stations.

No antenna or open connection in cable.

Make sure the antenna is properly connected; replace the antenna or cable if necessary.

Unable to tune stations in the seek mode.

You are in a weak signal area.

Make sure the tuner is in the DX mode.

If the area you are in is a primary signal area, the antenna may not be grounded and connected properly.

Check your antenna connections; make sure the antenna is properly grounded at its mounting location.

The antenna may not be the proper length.

Make sure the antenna is fully extended; if broken, replace the antenna with a new one.

Broadcast is noisy.

The antenna is not the proper length.

Extend the antenna fully; replace it if it is broken.

The antenna is poorly grounded.

Make sure the antenna is grounded properly at its mounting location.

CD

CD Player not functioning.

Out of operating temperature range +50°C (+120°F) for CD.

– Allow the vehicle’s interior (or trunk) temperature to cool.

CD playback sound is wavering.

Moisture condensation in the CD Module.

Allow enough time for the condensation to evaporate (about 1 hour).

CD insertion not possible.

A CD is already in the CD player.

– Eject the CD and remove it.

The CD is being improperly inserted.

Make sure the CD is being inserted following instructions in the CD Player Operation section.

Unable to fast forward or backward the CD.

The CD has been damaged.

Eject the CD and discard it; using a damaged CD in your unit can cause damage to the mechanism.

CD playback sound skips due to vibration.

Improper mounting of the unit.

Securely re-mount the unit.

The disc is very dirty.

Clean the disc.

The disc has scratches.

Change the disc.

The pick-up lens is dirty.

Do not use a commercially available lens cleaner disc. Consult your nearest Alpine dealer.

CD playback sound skips without vibration.

The disc is dirty or scratched.

– Clean the disc; damaged disc should be replaced.

Error displays (built-in CD player only).

Mechanical error.

Press . After the error indication disappears, insert the disc again. If the above-mentioned solution does not solve the problem, consult your nearest Alpine dealer.

CD-R/CD-RW playback not possible.

Close session (finalization) has not been performed.

– Perform finalization and attempt playback again.

MP3

MP3 is not played back.

Writing error occurred. The MP3 format is not compatible.

Make sure the MP3 has been written in a supported format. Refer to “About MP3” on page 12, and then rewrite in the format supported by this device.

Audio

The sound is not output from the speakers.

Unit has no output signal of the internal amplifier.

POWER IC is switched to “POW ON”, refer to “Connecting to an External Amplifier (POWER IC)” on page 15.

iPod

iPod does not play and no sound is output.

The iPod has not been recognized.

Reset this unit and the iPod. Refer to “Initial System Start-Up” on page 8. To reset the iPod, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the iPod.

Indication for CD Player

No CD is inserted.

Insert a CD.

Although a disc is inserted, “NO DISC” is displayed and the unit does not start to play or eject the disc.

Remove the disc by following these steps: Press the button again for at least 2 seconds.

If the disc still does not eject, consult your Alpine dealer.

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• Mechanism error.

1Press the button and eject the CD.

If not ejecting, consult your Alpine dealer.

2When the error indication remains after ejecting, press the button again.

If the error indication still does not turn off after pressing the button for a few times, consult your Alpine dealer.

When “ERROR” is displayed:

If the disc cannot be ejected by pressing , press the RESET button (refer to “Initial System Start-Up” on page 8) and press again.

If the disc still cannot be ejected, consult your Alpine dealer.

A sampling rate/bit rate not supported by the unit is used.

– Use a sampling rate/bit rate that is supported by the unit.

Indication for Flash Memory

A USB device that is not supported by the unit is connected.

– Connect a USB device that is supported by the unit.

NO DEVICE

A Flash Memory is not connected.

Make sure the Flash Memory device is correctly connected and the cable is not excessively bent.

No MP3 (file) is stored in the Flash Memory.

Connect the Flash Memory device after storing songs (files).

A sampling rate/bit rate not supported by the unit is used.

Use a sampling rate/bit rate that is supported by the unit.

NO SUPPORT

Indication for iPod Mode

The iPod/iPhone is not connected.

Make sure the iPod/iPhone is correctly connected (refer to “Connections” on page 35).

Make sure the cable is not bent excessively.

There are no songs in the iPod/iPhone.

Download songs to the iPod/iPhone and connect to this unit.

Communication error.

Turn the ignition key off, and then set to ON again.

Reset the iPod.

Check the display by reconnecting between the iPod/iPhone and this unit, using the iPod/iPhone cable.

Caused by the iPod/iPhone Software Version not being compatible with this unit.

Update the iPod/iPhone Software Version to be compatible with this unit.

The iPod/iPhone is not verified.

Reset the iPod.

Try another iPod/iPhone, if available.

Power surge error.

Excessive voltage/current is supplied to the iPod/iPhone.

Try another iPod/iPhone, if available.

BLUETOOTH mode

Text information that is not recognizable by the unit has been input.

Use a Flash Memory device with input text information that is supported by the unit.

Communication error.

Turn the ignition key off, and then set to ON again.

Check the display by reconnecting between the Flash Memory and this unit.

Power surge error.

Excessive voltage/current is supplied to the Flash Memory.

Try another Flash Memory, if available.

The BLUETOOTH device is not connected.

– Connect the BLUETOOTH device.

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Specifications

FM TUNER SECTION

 

Tuning Range

87.7~107.9 MHz

Mono Usable Sensitivity

9.3 dBf (0.8 μV/75 ohms)

50 dB Quieting Sensitivity

13.5 dBf (1.3 μV/75 ohms)

Alternate Channel Selectivity

80 dB

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

65 dB

Stereo Separation

35 dB

Capture Ratio

2.0 dB

AM TUNER SECTION

 

Tuning Range

530~1,710 kHz

Sensitivity (IEC Standard)

22.5 μV/27 dB

CD PLAYER SECTION

 

Frequency Response

5~20,000 Hz (±1 dB)

Wow & Flutter (% WRMS)

Below measurable limits

Total Harmonic Distortion

0.008% (at 1 kHz)

Dynamic Range

95 dB (at 1 kHz)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

105 dB

Channel Separation

85 dB (at 1 kHz)

PICKUP

 

Wave length

795 nm

Laser power

CLASS I

USB SECTION

 

USB requirements

USB 1.1/2.0

Max. Power Consumption

1,000 mA

USB Class

Mass Storage

File System

FAT 12/16/32

MP3 Decoding

MPEG AUDIO Layer-3

Number of Channels

2-Channel (Stereo)

Frequency Response*

5~20,000 Hz (±1 dB)

Total Harmonic Distortion

0.008% (at 1 kHz)

Dynamic Range

95 dB (at 1 kHz)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

105 dB

Channel Separation

85 dB (at 1 kHz)

*Frequency response may differ depending on the encoder software/bit rate.

BLUETOOTH SECTION

 

BLUETOOTH Specification

BLUETOOTH V 3.0

Output Power

+4 dBm Max. (Power class 2)

Profile

HFP (Hands-Free Profile)

 

HSP (Head Set Profile)

 

A2DP (Advanced Audio

 

Distribution Profile)

 

AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote

 

Control Profile)

GENERAL

 

Power Requirement

14.4 V DC

 

(11~16 V allowable)

Power Output

18 W RMS × 4*

*Primary amplifier ratings per CEA-2006 Standard

Power output: measured at 4 Ohms and ≤ 1% THD+N

S/N: 80 dBA (reference: 1 W into 4 Ohms)

Maximum Pre-Output Voltage

2 V/10 k ohms

Bass

±14 dB at 60 Hz

Treble

±14 dB at 10 kHz

Loudness

10 dB at 100 Hz

Weight

1.5 kg (3 lbs. 4 oz)

CHASSIS SIZE

 

Width

178 mm (7")

Height

50 mm (2")

Depth

161 mm (6–3/8")

NOSEPIECE SIZE

 

Width

170 mm (6–3/4")

Height

46 mm (1–13/16")

Depth

25 mm (1")

Note

Due to continuous product improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

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Installation and Connections

Before installing or connecting the unit, please read the following and refer to “Operating Instructions” on page 5 for proper use.

WARNING

MAKE THE CORRECT CONNECTIONS.

Failure to make the proper connections may result in fire or product damage.

USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.

(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may result in fire, etc.

CAUTION

HAVE THE WIRING AND INSTALLATION DONE BY EXPERTS.

The wiring and installation of this unit requires special technical skill and experience. To ensure safety, always contact the dealer where you purchased this product to have the work done.

USE SPECIFIED ACCESSORY PARTS AND INSTALL THEM SECURELY.

Be sure to use only the specified accessory parts. Use of other than designated 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.

BEFORE WIRING, DISCONNECT THE CABLE FROM THE NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL.

Failure to do so may result in electric shock or injury due to electrical shorts.

DO NOT ALLOW CABLES TO BECOME ENTANGLED IN SURROUNDING OBJECTS.

Arrange wiring and cables in compliance with the manual to prevent obstructions when driving. Cables or wiring that obstruct or hang up on places such as the steering wheel, gear lever, brake pedals, etc. can be extremely hazardous.

DO NOT SPLICE INTO 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 DAMAGE PIPE OR WIRING WHEN DRILLING HOLES.

When drilling holes in the chassis for installation, take precautions so as not to contact, damage or obstruct pipes, fuel lines, tanks or electrical wiring. Failure to take such precautions may result in fire.

DO NOT USE BOLTS OR NUTS IN THE BRAKE OR STEERING SYSTEMS TO MAKE GROUND CONNECTIONS.

Bolts or nuts used for the brake or steering systems (or any other safety-related system), or tanks should NEVER be used for installations or ground connections. Using such parts could disable control of the vehicle and cause fire etc.

KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.

DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH MIGHT HINDER VEHICLE OPERATION, SUCH AS THE STEERING WHEEL OR GEARSHIFT.

Doing so may obstruct forward vision or hamper movement etc. and results in serious accident.

ARRANGE THE WIRING SO IT IS NOT CRIMPED OR PINCHED BY A SHARP METAL EDGE.

Route the cables and wiring away from moving parts (like the seat rails) or sharp or pointed edges. This will prevent crimping and damage to the wiring. If wiring passes through a hole in metal, use a rubber grommet to prevent the wire’s insulation from being cut by the metal edge of the hole.

DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WITH HIGH MOISTURE OR DUST.

Avoid installing the unit in locations with high incidence of moisture or dust. Moisture or dust that penetrates into this unit may result in product failure.

PRECAUTIONS

Be sure to disconnect the cable from the (−) battery post before installing your CDE-133BT. This will reduce any chance of damage to the unit in case of a short-circuit.

Be sure to connect the color coded leads according to the diagram. Incorrect connections may cause the unit to malfunction or damage to the vehicle’s electrical system.

When making connections to the vehicle’s electrical system, be aware of the factory installed components (e.g. on-board computer). Do not tap into these leads to provide power for this unit. When connecting the CDE-133BT to the fuse box, make sure the fuse for the intended circuit of the CDE-133BT has the appropriate amperage. Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit and/or the vehicle. When in doubt, consult your Alpine dealer.

The CDE-133BT uses female RCA-type jacks for connection to other units (e.g. amplifier) having RCA connectors. You may need an adaptor to connect other units. If so, please contact your authorized Alpine dealer for assistance.

Be sure to connect the speaker (−) leads to the speaker (−) terminal. Never connect left and right channel speaker cables to each other or to the vehicle body.

IMPORTANT

Please record the serial number of your unit in the space provided below and keep it as a permanent record. The serial number or the

engraved serial number is located on the bottom of the unit.

 

SERIAL NUMBER: [

]

INSTALLATION DATE: [

]

INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN: [

]

PLACE OF PURCHASE: [

]

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Installation

Caution

When you install this unit in your car, do not remove the detachable front panel.

If the detachable front panel is removed during installation, you might press too hard and warp the metal plate that holds it in place.

The main unit must be mounted within 35 degrees of the horizontal plane, back to front.

Detachable Front

Panel

Less than 35°

1Remove the mounting sleeve from the main unit (refer to “Removal” on page 34).

Mounting Sleeve (Included)

Dashboard

Pressure Plates*

This unit

*If the installed mounting sleeve is loose in the dashboard, the pressure plates may be bent slightly to remedy the problem.

2Reinforce the head unit with the metal mounting strap

(not supplied). Secure the ground lead of the unit to a clean metal spot using a screw (*1) already attached to the

vehicle’s chassis.

Connect each input lead coming from an amplifier to the corresponding output lead coming from the left rear of the CDE-133BT. Connect all other leads of the CDE-133BT according to details described in the CONNECTIONS section.

Hex Nut (M5)

Screw

 

*2

 

Bolt Stud

Metal

Mounting

Strap

*1

This unit

Ground Lead

Chassis

Note

For the screw marked “*2”, use an appropriate screw for the chosen mounting location.

3Slide the CDE-133BT into the dashboard until it clicks. This ensures that the unit is properly locked and will not accidentally come out from the dashboard. Install the detachable front panel.

Removal

1Remove the detachable front panel.

2Insert the bracket keys into the unit, along the guides on either side. The unit can now be removed from the mounting sleeve.

This unit

Bracket keys (Included)

3Pull the unit out, keeping it unlocked as you do so.

JAPANESE CAR

 

Front Frame

This unit

Screws (M5 × 8)

(Included)

 

Ground Lead

 

*3

 

 

Mounting Bracket

Note

Secure the ground lead of the unit to a clean metal spot using a screw (*3) already attached to the vehicle’s chassis.

Mounting the Microphone

For the sake of safety, mount the microphone in the following location.

In a stable and secure location.

In a location that does not inhibit safely driving the vehicle.

Mount the microphone in a location where the driver’s voice can easily be picked up.

Choose a location for the microphone that can easily pick up the driver’s voice. Requiring the driver to move towards the microphone for audibility causes a distraction that could be dangerous.

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Connections

(Blue)

POWER ANT

(Blue/White) REMOTE TURN-ON

(Pink/Black) AUDIO INTERRUPT IN

(Orange) ILLUMINATION

(Red) IGNITION

(Yellow) BATTERY

(Black) GND

(Gray)

SPEAKER RIGHT FRONT

(Gray/Black)

(Violet/Black)

SPEAKER

RIGHT REAR

(Violet)

(Green)

SPEAKER

LEFT REAR

(Green/Black)

(White/Black)

SPEAKER

LEFT FRONT

(White)

Microphone

To power antenna

To amplifier

Not used

To the instrument cluster illumination lead

Ignition Key

Battery

Speakers

Front Right

 

Rear Right

 

Rear Left

 

Front Left

Speakers

 

Amplifier

Front or Subwoofers*

*When Subwoofer is OFF: Output is for Front speakers. When Subwoofer is ON: Output is for Subwoofer. For details on how to set the Subwoofer to ON/OFF, refer to “Turning Subwoofer ON/OFF” on page 15.

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Microphone (Supplied)

Power Antenna Lead (Blue)

Connect this lead to the +B terminal of your power antenna, if applicable.

Note

This lead should be used only for controlling the vehicle’s power antenna. Do not use this lead to turn on an amplifier or a signal processor, etc.

Remote Turn-On Lead (Blue/White)

Connect this lead to the remote turn-on lead of your amplifier or signal processor.

Audio Interrupt In Lead (Pink/Black)

Not used for this unit.

Illumination Lead (Orange)

This lead may be connected to the vehicle’s instrument cluster illumination lead. This will allow the backlighting of this unit to dim whenever the vehicle’s lights are turned on.

Switched Power Lead (Ignition) (Red)

Connect this lead to an open terminal on the vehicle’s fuse box or another unused power source which provides (+) 12V only when the ignition is turned on or in the accessory position.

Battery Lead (Yellow)

Connect this lead to the positive (+) post of the vehicle’s battery.

Ground Lead (Black)

Connect this lead to a good chassis ground on the vehicle. Make sure the connection is made to bare metal and is securely fastened using the sheet metal screw provided.

Right Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (Gray)

Right Front (−) Speaker Output Lead (Gray/Black)

Right Rear (−) Speaker Output Lead (Violet/Black)

Right Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Violet)

Left Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Green)

Left Rear (−) Speaker Output Lead (Green/Black)

Left Front (−) Speaker Output Lead (White/Black)

Left Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (White)

Fuse Holder (10A)

Power Supply Connector

Steering Remote Control Interface Connector

To steering remote control interface box.

You can operate this unit from the vehicle’s control unit when an Alpine Steering Remote Control Interface Box (optional) is connected. For details, contact your Alpine dealer.

MIC Input Connector

To Microphone.

Antenna Receptacle

Front/Subwoofer Output RCA Connectors

RED is down and WHITE is up.

RCA Extension Cable (sold separately)

Front AUX Input Terminal

This terminal allows for input of audio from an external device (such as a portable player), using a commercially-available converter cable.

USB Connection Terminal

Connect Flash Memory (sold separately)

To prevent external noise from entering the audio system.

Locate the unit and route the leads at least 10 cm away from the car harness.

Keep the battery power leads as far away from other leads as possible.

Connect the ground lead securely to a bare metal spot (remove any paint, dirt or grease if necessary) of the car chassis.

If you add an optional noise suppressor, connect it as far away from the unit as possible. Your Alpine dealer carries various noise suppressors, contact them for further information.

Your Alpine dealer knows best about noise prevention measures so consult your dealer for further information.

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LIMITED WARRANTY

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC. AND ALPINE OF CANADA INC. (“Alpine”), are dedicated to quality craftsmanship and are pleased to offer this Warranty. We suggest that you read it thoroughly. Should you have any questions, please contact your Dealer or contact Alpine at one of the telephone numbers listed below.

PRODUCTS COVERED:

This Warranty covers Car Audio Products and Related Accessories (“the product”). Products purchased in the Canada are covered only in the Canada. Products purchased in the U.S.A. are covered only in the U.S.A.

You must supply proof of your purchase of the product.

You must package the product securely to avoid damage during shipment. To prevent lost packages it is recommended to use a carrier that provides a tracking service.

LENGTH OF WARRANTY:

This Warranty is in effect for one year from the date of the first consumer purchase.

WHO IS COVERED:

This Warranty only covers the original purchaser of the product, who must reside in the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada.

HOW WE LIMIT IMPLIED WARRANTIES:

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING FITNESS FOR USE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO ASSUME FOR ALPINE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCT.

WHAT IS COVERED:

This Warranty covers defects in materials or workmanship (parts and labor) in the product.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED:

This Warranty does not cover the following:

Damage occurring during shipment of the product to Alpine for repair (claims must be presented to the carrier).

Damage caused by accident or abuse, including burned voice coils caused by over-driving the speaker (amplifier level is turned up and driven into distortion or clipping). Speaker mechanical failure (e.g. punctures, tears or rips). Cracked or damaged LCD panels. Dropped or damaged hard drives.

Damage caused by negligence, misuse, improper operation or failure to follow instructions contained in the Owner’s manual.

Damage caused by act of God, including without limitation, earthquake, fire, flood, storms or other acts of nature.

Any cost or expense related to the removal or reinstallation of the product.

Service performed by an unauthorized person, company or association.

Any product which has the serial number defaced, altered or removed.

Any product which has been adjusted, altered or modified without Alpine’s consent.

Any product not distributed by Alpine within the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada.

Any product not purchased from an Authorized Alpine Dealer.

HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE:

You are responsible for delivery of the product to an Authorized

Alpine Service Center or Alpine for repair and for payment of any initial shipping charges. Alpine will, at its option, repair or replace the product with a new or reconditioned product without charge. If the repairs are covered by the warranty, and if the product was shipped to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine, Alpine will pay the return shipping charges.

You should provide a detailed description of the problem(s) for which service is required.

HOW WE EXCLUDE CERTAIN DAMAGES:

ALPINE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT. THE TERM “INCIDENTAL DAMAGES” REFERS TO EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE ALPINE SERVICE CENTER, LOSS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER’S TIME, LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, BUS FARES, CAR RENTALS OR OTHERS COSTS RELATING TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF THE PRODUCT. THE TERM “CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES” REFERS TO THE COST OF REPAIRING OR REPLACING OTHER PROPERTY WHICH IS DAMAGED WHEN THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. THE REMEDIES PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS.

HOW STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW RELATES TO THE

WARRANTY:

This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and province to province. In addition, some states/provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, limitations as to these matters contained herein may not apply to you.

IN CANADA ONLY:

This Warranty is not valid unless your Alpine car audio product has been installed in your vehicle by an Authorized Installation Center, and this warranty stamped upon installation by the installation center.

HOW TO CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE:

Should the product require service, please call the following number for your nearest Authorized Alpine Service Center.

CAR AUDIO

1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)

NAVIGATION

1-888-NAV-HELP (1-888-628-4357)

Or visit our website at; http://www.alpine-usa.com

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC., 19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance, California 90501, U.S.A. ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC., 777 Supertest Road, Toronto, Ontario M3J 2M9, Canada Do not send products to these addresses.

Call the toll free telephone number or visit the website to locate a service center.

About the Rules of Bluetooth Electromagnetic Radiation Regulation

USA/Canada

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two

 

conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including

 

interference that may cause undesired operation of this device.

 

FCC WARNING

 

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s

 

authority to operate the equipment.

 

 

México

Este equipo opera a titulo secundario, consecuentemente, debe aceptar interferencias perjudiciales incluyendo

 

equipos de la misma clase y puede no causar interferencias a sistemas operando a titulo primario.

 

 

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