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H-CMD7075

DVD/MP3/CD RECEIVER

DVD/MP3/CD-

Instruction manual

 

Dear customer!

Thank you for purchasing our product. For safety, it is strongly recommended to read this manual carefully before connecting, operating and/or adjusting the product and keep the manual for reference in the future.

Table of contents

 

Table of contents.............................................................................................................................................................................

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Important safeguards .....................................................................................................................................................................

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Installation/ Connections ................................................................................................................................................................

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Controls description........................................................................................................................................................................

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General operations........................................................................................................................................................................

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General operations........................................................................................................................................................................

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Radio operations ...........................................................................................................................................................................

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Discs operations ............................................................................................................................................................................

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System setup..................................................................................................................................................................................

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Anti-theft system...........................................................................................................................................................................

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Cleaning ........................................................................................................................................................................................

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Troubleshooting guide ..................................................................................................................................................................

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Specification..................................................................................................................................................................................

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

Using the device at temperature below -10º may cause the breakage of the device. BEFORE USING PLEASE HEAT UP THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT TO THE RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE!

Read carefully through this manual to familiarize you with this high-quality sound system.

Disconnect the vehicle's negative battery terminal while mounting and connecting the unit.

When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one with an identical amperage rating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating may cause serious damage to the unit.

DO NOT attempt to disassemble the unit. Laser beams from the optical pickup are dangerous to the eyes.

Make sure that pins or other foreign objects do not get inside the unit; they may cause malfunctions, or create safety hazards such as electrical shock or laser beam exposure.

If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.

DO NOT open covers and do not repair yourself. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.

Make sure you disconnect the power supply and aerial if you will not be using the system for a long period or during a thunderstorm.

Make sure you disconnect the power supply if the system appears to be working incorrectly, is making an unusual sound, has a strange smell, has smoke emitting from it or liquids have got inside it. Have a qualified technician check the system.

The unit is designed for negative terminal of the battery, which is connected to the vehicle metal. Please confirm it before installation.

Do not allow the speaker wires to be shorted together when the unit is switched on. Otherwise it may overload or burn out the power amplifier.

Do not install the detachable panel before connecting the wire.

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Installation/ Connections

First complete the electrical connections, and then check them for correctness.

Installation way (method 1)

It is an anti-theft installation way. The chassis wear a metal sliding housing. Please have the wiring connection of the power supply, speakers and antenna as for the requirement of the manual, and then install the metal sliding housing into the car according to the diagram.

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Installation way (method 2)

Installation using the screw holes at both sides of the unit.

1.Select a position where the screw holes of the main unit are fitted for aligned, and tighten the screws at 2 positions at each side.

Use either truss screws (5 x 8mm) or flush surface screws (4 x 8mm), depending on the shape of the screw holes in the bracket.

2.Screw.

3.Factory radio mounting bracket.

4.Dashboard or Console.

5.Hook (Remove this part).

Note: The mounting box, outer trim ring, and the Half-sleeve are not used for this method of installation.

Caution:

The control panel can easily be damaged by shocks. After removing it, place it in a protective case and be careful not to drop it or subject it to strong shocks.

The rear connector that connects the main unit and the control panel is an extremely important part. Be careful not to damage it by pressing on it with fingernails, pens, screwdrivers, etc.

Note:

If the control panel is dirty, wipe off the dirt with soft, dry cloth only. And use a cotton swab soaked in isopropyl alcohol to clean the socket on the back of the control panel.

Electrical connections

Speaker wiring notes

Follow the above wiring diagram to install the head unit with new or existing speakers.

This unit is designed for use with four (4) speakers with an impedance between 4 Ohms to 8 Ohms.

An impedance load of less than 4 Ohms could damage the unit.

Never bridge or combine the speaker wire outputs. When not using four speakers, use electrical tape to tape the ends of the unused speaker outputs to prevent a short circuit.

Never ground the negative speaker terminals to chassis ground.

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Connection scheme:

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Using the ISO Connector

1.If your car is equipped with the ISO connector, then connect the ISO connectors as

2.For connections without the ISO connectors, check the wiring in the vehicle carefully before connecting, incorrect connection may cause serious damage to this unit.

Cut the connector, connect the colored leads of the power cord to the car battery as shown in the colour code table below for speaker and power cable connections.

Location

 

FUNCTION

 

Connector A

 

Connector B

1

 

 

Rear Right(+)---Blue

2

 

 

Rear Right(-)---Blue/White Stripe

3

 

 

Front Right(+)---Grey

4

Battery 12V (+)/yellow

 

Front Right(-)---Grey/White Stripe

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Auto Antenna/Orange

 

Front Left(+)---Green

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Panel light/White

 

Front Left((-)---Green/White Stripe

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ACC+/red

 

Rear Left(+)---Brown

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Ground/black

 

Rear Left(-)---Brown/White Stripe

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Controls description

Front panel

1.OPEN BUTTON

Press it to remove the front panel.

2.TA BUTTON

In RADIO mode press it to active the TA function.

3.SCAN BUTTON

In RADIO mode press it to start preset stations scanning.

4.PTY / CLK BUTTON

Press it and hold for 2 seconds to set clock.

In RADIO mode press it to active the PTY function. Press and hold it to set the time.

5.PRESET STATION [1-6] BUTTONS

6./ OSD button

In menu use it to move to the left.

During playback press it and hold for 2 seconds to show the mode information on the display.

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7./ RPT BUTTON

In menu use it to move to the right.

During playback press it and hold for 2 seconds to start repeat playback.

8./ INT BUTTON

In menu use it to move upward.

During playback press it and hold for 2 seconds to start intro playback (about 10 seconds each track).

9./ RDM BUTTON

In menu use it to move downward.

During playback press it and hold for 2 seconds to start random playback.

10.STOP BUTTON

During playback press it to stop playback.

11.SET/PAU BUTTON

Press it to enter the setup menu.

In Disc mode during playback press it to pause playback. Press again to resume.

12.BAND/ NP/ SUB BUTTON

In radio mode press it to select desired band.

During playback press it to select the TV type: NTSC => PAL => PAL60 => AUTO. Use this button to turn the Subwoofer output ON.

13.POWER BUTTON

Press it to turn the power on/off.

14.AUX IN

15.APS BUTTON

In Radio mode press it to scan the preset memorized stations. Press it and hold for 2 seconds to store the programs with the best reception into preset buttons automatically.

16.USB socket

17.SD/MMC socket

18.MUTE BUTTON

Press it to switch the sound off/on.

19.VOL KNOB / SEL BUTTON

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Rotate it clockwise to increase the volume level; rotate anticlockwise to decrease the volume level.

Press it repeatedly to select the mode: VOL => BAS => TRE => BAL => FAD => LOUD => LOC => ST => EQ. Rotate VOL knob to adjust each mode.

20.LCD (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY)

21.Disc slot

22.TUN TRK KNOB / MOD BUTTON Rotate it to adjust the radio frequency.

Press it to choose the mode: RADIO => DISC => USB => CARD => AUX.

23.EJECT BUTTON Press it to eject a disc.

24.AF BUTTON

Press it to active the AF function.

Back of the front panel

Disc slot

Press the OPEN button to open the panel.

 

 

 

 

 

Panel status indicator

Reset hole

 

Note: Pressing the RESET hole will erase the clock setting and stored stations.

Panel status indicator lights up when you slide the panel down; flashes when you remove the panel.

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Remote control

1.MODE BUTTON

2.POWER BUTTON

3.BND/TA/SYS BUTTON

4.ERROR BUTTONS

5.ENTER BUTTON

6.STOP/REVERSE BUTTON

7.AMS/RPT BUTTON

8.ST/PROG BUTTON

9.LOC/AF/RDM BUTTON

10.VOL +/- BUTTON

11.PBC BUTTON

12.OSD BUTTON

13.DIGIT AREA

14.PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON

15.MUTE BUTTON

16.TITLE BUTTON

17.SUB-T BUTTON

18.SETUP BUTTON

19.ANGLE BUTTON

20.SLOW BUTTON

21.ZOOM BUTTON

22.SEL BUTTON

23.SEEK +/- / / BUTTONS

24.AUDIO BUTTON

25.GOTO BUTTON

Changing the battery

1.Press the catch and at the same time pull out the battery tray. Insert the 1 x lithium battery, type CR 2025 3V battery with the stamped (+) mark facing upward. Insert the battery tray into the remote control.

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General operations

Reset the unit

Operating the unit for the first time or after replacing the car battery, you must reset the unit.

Press OPEN button and remove the panel, then press the RESET button to restore the unit to the original factory settings.

Power button

Press any button to turn the unit on.

Press the POWER button to switch the unit off.

Note: After the unit is off, the clock, volume level and radio current settings will be memorized, and when you turn the unit on it will resume the stored status you set.

Volume adjustment

Rotate VOL knob on the panel clockwise or press the VOL+ button on the RC to increase the volume level; rotate anticlockwise or press VOLto decrease the volume level.

Mute function

Press the MUTE button to cancel the sound. Press again to resume.

Mode selecting

Press the MOD button (TUN knob) on the front panel or MODE button on RC repeatedly to select the mode: RADIO => DISC (the type of disc inserted) => USB (if any is inserted) => CARD (the type of card inserted).

Subwoofer control

Press and hold the BAND/ NP/ SUB button on the panel to turn the Subwoofer output ON. An external amplifier is required to operate a subwoofer.

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Sound settings

Press SEL button shortly and repeatedly to select the mode: VOL => BAS => TRE => BAL => FAD => LOUD => LOC => ST => EQ. Rotate the VOL knob or use VOL +/- buttons to adjust each mode.

VOLUME: 00, 02,......, 44, 46

BASS/TREBLE: -6, -5,......, 0, +1, +2,......+5, +6

BALANCE: 12L, 11L,......, L=R, 1R,......,12R

FADER: 12R, 11R,......, R=F, 1F,......, 12F

LOUD: ON/OFF

LOC: LOC ON, LOC OFF (DX).

ST: STEREO, MONO

EQ: CLASS, POP, ROCK, FLAT, OFF

Note: In each mode, the waiting time is about 5 seconds, and the waiting time is over, it returns to the last display mode of radio or disc playback mode.

Clock display and adjustment

1.Press the PTY/CLK button on the panel to show the time on the display.

2.Press and hold it, the hour will blink.

3.Rotate the VOL knob on the panel to adjust the hour.

4.Press briefly the SEL button again, the minute will blink.

5.Rotate the VOL knob on the panel to adjust minutes.

6.Press the PTY/CLK button to confirm it.

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Radio operations

Note: RDS (Radio Data System) service availability varies with areas. Please understand if RDS service is not available in you area, the following service is not available, either.

Band select

Press the BAND button on the front panel or BND/SYS button on RC repeatedly to select your desired radio band during RADIO mode: FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2.

Auto/ Manual tuning

Manual tuning: Press briefly the SEEK-/+ buttons on the RC or shortly rotate the TUN TRK knob on the panel to select a station downward or upward step by step.

Automatic tuning: Press and hold for 2 seconds the SEEK-/+ buttons on the RC or rotate and hold the TUN TRK knob on the

panel, the automatic search will start. It will play when finds the station.

Programming tuner stations

You can store up to a total of 30 radio stations in the memory (18 FM, 12 AM), manually or automatically.

To store a station:

Select a band (if needed)

Select a station by SEEK-/+ on the RC.

Hold a Preset button (1-6) which you want store the station for at least 2 seconds.

To recall a station:

Select a band (if needed)

Press a Preset button (1-6) briefly to recall the stored station

APS (Auto memory store/ Preset scan) function

Preset scan: press APS button on the panel or AMS button on the RC to scan all preset stations in the memory of the current band and stay on each memory stations for about 5 seconds. To stop preset scan, press this button again. To listen to saved station press 1-6 buttons.

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Auto memory store: press APS button on the panel for more than 2 seconds to enter auto store mode. The radio will automatically store the 6 strongest available stations to the 6 preset memories of the current band. To stop auto store, press this button again.

Stereo/ Mono mode

Press the ST/PROG button on the RC to select Stereo or Mono.

OR press the SEL button until ST is selected, rotate the VOL knob to select Stereo or Mono.

Local/Distance control

Press the LOC/RDM button on the RC to select LOC ON or LOC OFF mode.

OR press the SEL button until LOC is selected, rotate the VOL knob to select LOC ON or LOC OFF mode.

Local and distance reception setting can facilitate the radio reception, depending on the location in which the radio is being used.

AF (Alternative Frequencies) function

Press the AF button on the panel to select AF ON or AF OFF.

When the radio signal strength is poor, enabling the AF function will allow the unit to automatically search another station with the same PI (Program Identification) as the current station but with stronger signal strength.

PS (Program Service name): the name of station will be display instead of frequency.

If RDS service is not available in your area, turn off the AF mode. Default setting is ON.

TA (Traffic Alarm) function

Press the TA button on the panel to select TA ON or TA OFF.

In TA mode traffic program will be automatically searched, until the program is received.

When traffic announcement is received the unit will temporarily switch to the tuner mode (regardless of the current mode) and begin broadcasting the announcement. After the traffic announcement is over, it will return to the previous mode and volume level.

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PTY (Program Type)

1.Press PTY/CLK button on the panel to activate the PTY function. The previous PTY type is shown.

2.Press PTY/CLK once again to enter the MUSIC type or press twice to enter the SPEECH type, then use buttons 1 - 6 to select the desired program type (see the following table).

3.When PTY is selected, the radio starts to search corresponding PTY information, and stops if the corresponding PTY information is detected.

4.If there are no keys entered for 2 seconds, previously selected PTY is searched. During 1 loop, if desired PTY is not found, NO PTY is flashed, then return to previous normal radio and PTY word disappears.

5.Press PTY button for the 3rd time to switch the PTY function off.

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Discs operations

Disc glossary

PBC (PlayBack Control)

PBC is a menu recorded on the disc with SVCD or VCD2.0 format. For the discs contained PBC, it can playback interactive software with the menu displayed on TV. And if the disc contains still images, it can playback high definition of still image.

Title

The title is the important part of DVD disc. The memory volume of the disc is rather big, that makes possible to record several films on one disc. For example, if a disc contains three films, they may be divided into Title 1, Title 2 and Title 3. You can easy use the functions of looking-for.

Chapter

A title can be divided into several blocks, so that every block can be operated as a unit, the unit is called chapter. The chapter contains a unit at least.

Track

It is the biggest component of VCD. Generally, every song of karaoke disc is a track.

Discs for playback

This unit can play disc types: CD-R/-RW/DVD±R/±RW.

Compatible with formats: DVD/ DVD±R/ DVCD/SVCD/VCD/CDDA/MP3/WMA/CD/Picture-CD/Photo-CD/CD-R/CD- RW/JPEG/DivX(4.0/5.0)/MPEG4.

The following file types are supported: Audio files: MP3 (*.mp3)

WMA (*.wma)

Video files: MP4 (*.avi, DIVX3.11/4.0/5.0/6.0 and XVID) MPEG 2(*.vob)

MPEG 1(*.dat) Picture file: JPEG (*.jpg)

ISO 9660 or ISO 9660 +Joliet format - Max. 30 characters

Max. Track number is 448

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Max. nested directory is 8 levels

The max. album number is 99

The max. length of each track is 99 minutes 59 seconds

Supported sampling frequency for MP3 disc: 8 KHz – 48 KHz (44.1 KHz preferably)

Supported bit-rates of MP3 disc are: 32 - 320 kbps (128 kbps preferably).

Following formats are NOT supported *.ACC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO, files with DRM.

Open session discs are NOT supported.

USB/SD/MMC notes

USB functions (flash memory type) MP3 music play.

1.SD/ MMC card support, 2in1 (SD/ MMC) support.

2.USB flash memory.

3.FAT 12/ FAT 16/ FAT 32 is possible

FAT 12/16 (dir: 200 support, file: 500 support), FAT 32 (dir: 200 support, file: 500 support).

4.Filename: 32 byte/ Dir name: 32 byte.

5.Tag (id3tag ver2.0)

Title/ Artist/ Album: 32 byte support.

6.Multi card reader not support.

7.USB 2.0 support.

Note:

USB format supports 2.0. Capacity: 8 MB ~ 1 GB.

SD cards brands: Cannon, Fuji film, Palm, Motorola, Microsoft, IBM, HP, Compaq, Sharp, Samsung, etc. Capacity: 8 MB ~ 1 GB. MMC cards brands: Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, HP, Palm, Sanyo, Microsystems, etc.

Capacity: 16 MB ~ 1 GB.

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Loading/ eject a disc

Turn the power on.

Insert the disc with the printed side facing upward into the slot.

Press EJECT button on the panel to eject the disc.

Inserting the SD/ MMC card/ USB device

Insert the MMC/ SD card or USB device into MMC/ SD compartment or USB socket. Then the playing mode will be changed into MMC/ SD or USB mode automatically.

The first card/ USB device track playback will start.

Note: When MMC/ SD card and USB device are both inserted into their compartment or socket, the playing mode will be changed into the mode of the later one.

Playing/ pausing

When the disc has been already loaded press the PLAY/PAUSE button on the RC to start playback.

To ensure good system performance, wait until the unit finishes reading the disc information before proceeding.

Press and hold for 2 seconds the SET/PAU button on the panel or press shortly the PLAY/PAUSE on the RC to pause the playback. Press again to resume the playback.

Stop playback

During playback press the STOP button to stop playback.

Playing the previous/ next track

During playback press the button on the RC or rotate the TUN TRK knob on the panel anticlockwise to play the previous track. Press the button on the RC or rotate the TUN TRK knob on the panel clockwise to play the next track.

Scanning forward and backward

Press and hold the or button on the RC or rotate and hold the TUN TRK knob on the panel to fast the playing in backward or forward direction.

Release the button/knob when the desired location is found.

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Slow playback (for DVD/VCD)

During DVD / VCD playback press the SLOW button on the RC to execute the SLOW function. With each consecutive pressing of the SLOW button, the playback speed decreases: X1/2 => X1/3 => X1/4 => X1/5 => X1/6 => X1/7 => Normal.

During slow forward, press the PLAY/PAUSE button to resume normal playback.

Repeat playback

Press and hold for 2 seconds the RPT button on the front panel or press shortly AMS/RPT button on the RC to repeat the current track playback. Press again time to cancel.

Random playback

Press and hold for 2 seconds the RDM button on the front panel or press shortly LOC/RDM button on the RC to start the random playing. Press again time to cancel.

Intro playback

You can play the beginning of every track for 10 seconds in sequence. Press and hold for 2 seconds the INT button on the panel to start intro play. Press again to cancel.

On-screen display

Press and hold for 2 seconds the OSD button on the panel or shortly press OSD on the RC. The display will show the current track/title/ total amount of tracks/titles, current chapter/ total amount of chapters, disc playback time elapsed.

Changing size

Press the ZOOM button on RC. The picture will be enlarged accordingly: X2, X3, X4, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, OFF.

Selecting the audio language (for DVD only)

Press the AUDIO button on RC or press the SEL button to select AUDIO and then rotate the VOL knob to select the audio language (if DVD disc supports several audio languages).

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Changing angle (for DVD only)

If DVD disc supports multi-angle playback, press ANGLE button on RC to play images in different camera angles. If discs doesn't support multi-angle playback, this function will not work. If no operation within 1 second, angle description will disappear.

Selecting the subtitle (for DVD only)

1.Press the SUB-T button on RC repeatedly to select the subtitle.

2.Press ENTER to confirm.

Title playing (for DVD only)

Press TITLE button on the RC to activate the disc title list on the screen.

Press the / buttons on the RC to select the desired title or press the digit buttons to insert the desired number directly.

Press ENTER button or PLAY/PAUSE button to confirm the selected item and start playing.

PBC (Playback Control) function (for VCD only)

If you insert a VCD with PBC, playback starts from the beginning of the 1st track automatically.

1.Press PBC button on the RC to activate PBC menu on screen during playback.

2.If the menu consists a list of titles, you can select a desired one using the / / / buttons on the RC or digit buttons.

3.The VCD starts playing the selected title automatically or press PLAY/ PAUSE / ENTER button to confirm the selected track for playback.

4.Press PBC again to exit menu.

GOTO function

During the playback press the GOTO button on the RC to enter the search mode. Use the digital buttons and cursor buttons to input the desired track/chapter number or time. Press ENTER to start its playing.

Program playing

During playback press the ST/PROG button on the RC to open the program menu. Press the cursor buttons and number buttons to set the sequence of playback.

TV type select (for DVD/VCD)

Press the PN/ SUB/ BAND button on the panel to select the TV type: NTSC => PAL => PAL60 => AUTO.

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MP3 overview

Notes on MP3

MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer 3 and refers to an audio compression technology standard.

This product allows playback of MP3 files on CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW discs.

The unit can read MP3 files written in the format compliant with ISO 9660. However it does not support the MP3 data written by the method of packet write.

The unit can not read an MP3 file that has a file extension other than “.mp3”.

If you play a nonMP3 file that has the “.mp3” extension, you may hear some noise.

In this manual, we refer to what are called “MP3 file” and “folder” in PC terminology as “track” and “album”, respectively.

Maximum number of directory level is 8, including the root directory. Maximum number of files and folders per disc is 256.

The unit may not play tracks in the order of Track numbers.

The unit plays only the audio tracks if a disc contains both audio tracks and MP3 files.

When playing a disc of 8 kbps or “VBR”, the elapsed playing time in the display window will not be correct and also the intro play may not function properly. “VBR”: Variable Bit Rate.

Notes on creating your own CD-Rs or CD-RWs containing MP3 files

To enjoy high quality sound, we recommend converting to MP3 files with a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz and a fixed bit rate o f 128 kbps.

DO NOT store more than 256 MP3 files per disc.

For ISO 9660 - compliant format, the maximum allowable depth of nested folders is 8, including the root directory (folder).

When CD-R disc is used, playback is possible only for discs, which have been finalized.

Make sure that when MP3 CD-R or CD-RW is burned that it is formatted as a data disc and NOT as an audio disc.

You should not write non-MP3 files or unneeded folders along with MP3 files on the disc otherwise it takes a long time until the unit starts to play MP3 files.

With some CD-R or CD-RW media, data may not be properly written depending on their manufacturing quality. In this case, data may not be reproduced correctly. High quality CD-R or CD-RW disc is recommended.

Up to 16 characters are displayed for the name of an Album or a Track. ID3TAG version 1.x is required.

Note that the unit may not play Tracks in the order that you wrote them to the disc.

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System setup

Press SETUP button on the RC to display setup screen, use , ENTER buttons to select the desired item: System, Language, Audio, Video, Digital.

System setup TV system

Select the TV system in the setting menu (PAL or NTSC).

Screen saver

The screen saver appears if disc stop last more than 3 minutes. Original setting: On. Video output mode

Original setting: INTERLACE-YUV.

TV type

Select TV type to watch wide screen movies.

4:3 Pan Scan: For 4:3 TV, left and right edges will be cut.

4:3 Letter Box: For 4:3 TV, black bars will appear on top and bottom. 16:9: For 16:9 wide screen TV.

Password

Original password is 0000.

Setting rating

The rating of the disc is from 1 to 8:

1(KID SAFE) with the most limits when playing. 8 (ADULT) with the least limits when playing. Original setting: 8

Note: The rating can be selected only under the password unlocked status, and the limits can be worked only under the password locked status.

Load default

If this item is selected, the unit will return to original setting.

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Language setup

Setting the on-screen display language

Select the language to be used for the on-screen display.

Setting the audio language

Select the language to be used for the audio. You can select a preferred audio from those included on the DVD video disk. (The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here)

Setting the subtitle language

Select the language to be used for the Subtitles. You can select a preferred subtitle from those included in the DVD Video disk. (The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here)

Setting the menu language

Select the language to be used for the Menu. You can select a preferred audio from those included on the DVD video disk. (The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here.)

Audio setup Audio output

Select digital output format.

SPDIF/OFF: There is no signal output from coaxial or optical output.

SPDIF/RAW: When the unit is connected with the amplifier by coaxial or optical connecter, please select this mode.

SPDIF/PCM: When the unit is connected with the two-channel digital stereo amplifier, please select this mode. Key. Select key up/down according to your preference.

Video setup Brightness.

Set the brightness of the video output with .

Contrast

Set the contrast of the video output with . Hue. Set the hue of the video output with .

Saturation. Set the saturation of the video output with . Sharpness. Set the sharpness of the video output with .

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Digital setup Output mode

Select the output mode:

LINE OUT: Compress the input signal. The volume is small. RF REMOD: The volume is large.

Dynamic range

When you select the compressed mode as “line out”, select it to adjust the compression proportion and get the different compressed effect.

When select FULL, the audio signal is minimum; when select OFF, the audio signal is maximum.

Dual mono

Select the audio channel from STEREO, MONO L, MONO R and MIX MONO.

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Anti-theft system

This unit is equipped with a slide-down detachable and mask panel. Panel can be detached and taken with you, helping to deter theft.

Detaching the front panel

 

1.

Press the PWR button to turn the power off.

 

2.

Press the OPEN button on the front panel.

 

3.

Push the panel to the right and then pull it towards you.

 

4.

Place the panel into the case and take it with you when you leave the car.

 

Attaching the control panel

 

1.

Insert left side of the control panel into the main unit.

 

Note: the control panel must be attached into the T-Joint.

 

2.

Press the right side of the panel until a “click” sound is heard.

 

Remove the unit

 

1.

Remove the panel and the trim plate.

Pic. 1

2.Insert both T-Keys into hole in front of the set until they lock.

3.Pull out the unit (pic. 1).

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Cleaning

Discs holding

Dirty, scratched or warped discs may cause skip ping or noise.

Handle the disc only by the edges. To keep clean do not touch its surface.

Discs should be stored in their cases after use to avoid scratches.

Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high humidity, high temperature or dust.

Prolonged exposure to extreme temperature can wrap the disc (such as leaving the discs in your car during summertime).

Do not stick or write anything on either side of disc. Sharp writing instruments, or the inks used in some felt-tip pens, may damage its surface.

DO NOT attach any seal, label or data protection sheet to either side of a disc.

Cleaning.

Discs cleaning

Fingerprints should be carefully wiped from the surface of disc with a soft cloth. Unlike conventional records, compact discs have no grooves to collect dust and macroscopic dirt, so gently wiping them with a soft cloth should remove must panicles. Wipe in a straight motion from the center to the edge.

Never use thinner benzene, record cleaner or anti static spray on a compact disc. Such chemicals can damage its plastic surface.

Cleaning the cabinet

Wipe with a soft cloth. If the cabinet is very dampen (not dropping wet) the cloth and then wipe clean.

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Troubleshooting guide

Symptom

Cause

Solution

 

 

 

No power.

The car ignition is not on.

If the power supply is properly connected to

 

The fuse is blown.

the car accessory switch the ignition key to

 

 

“ACC”.

 

 

Replace the fuse.

 

 

 

Disc cannot be loaded.

Presence of disc inside the player.

Remove the disc in the player then put a new

 

 

upward.

Disc cannot be read.

Inserting the disc in upside down.

Insert the compact disc with the label facing

 

Compact disc is extremely dirty or

upward.

 

defective.

Clean the disc or try to play a new one.

 

Temperature inside the car is too

Cool off until the ambient temperature returns

 

high.

to normal.

No sound.

Volume is in minimum.

Adjust volume to a desired level.

 

Wiring is not properly connected.

Check wiring connection.

 

 

 

The operation keys do not

Front panel is not properly fix into its

Press the RESET button or reinstall the front

work.

place.

panel.

 

 

 

Sound skips.

The disc is extremely dirty or

Clean the compact disc/try to play a new one.

 

defective.

 

 

 

 

The radio does not work.

The antenna cable is not connected.

Insert the antenna cable firmly.

The radio station

The signals are too weak.

Select a station manually.

automatic selection does

 

 

not work.

 

 

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Specification

General. Power supply:

12V DC

Current consumption/Fuse:

8A/ 10A & 1A

Maximum power output:

50Wx4 channels

Dimensions (W x H x D)

178 x 51 x 178 mm

Working temperature range:

-20º - +60º

FM Stereo Radio. Frequency range:

87.5 - 108.0 MHz

Usable sensitivity/ I.F. Frequency:

3 uV/ 10.7 MHz

 

 

AM Section. Frequency range:

522 kHz-1620 kHz

Disc player. Formats:

DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP4/MP3/WMA/CD/HDCD/DVD Audio/MPEG4/

DivX/ Picture-CD/Photo-CD/CD-R/CD-RW/DVD±R/JPEG

 

Video System/ Audio System

Standard NTSC/PAL / 24 bit/96 KHz

Loading System

Auto Loading

Mounting Angle

0 to +/-30

 

 

Video Specification. Video System

16:9 and 4:3

Video Output level

1.0Vp-p 75 ohms

 

 

Horizontal Resolution

500

 

 

Audio Specification. Maximum Output

2Vrms(+/-3dB)

Frequency Response

20 to 20KHz

S/N Ratio(A-vtd)/ Separation

60dB/ 50dB

Line out. Output:

CD max 2000 mV

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimension are approximate.

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17.SD/MMC

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23.EJECT – .

24.AF

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OPEN, .

1.LED

2.RESET

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1.MODE

2.POWER

3.BND/TA/SYS

5.ENTER

6.STOP/REVERSE

7.AMS/RPT

8.ST/PROG

9.LOC/AF/RDM

10.VOL +/-

11.PBC

12.OSD

14.PLAY/PAUSE

15.MUTE

16.TITLE

17.SUB-T

18.SETUP

19.ANGLE

20.SLOW

21.ZOOM

22.SEL

23.SEEK +/- / /

24.AUDIO

25.GOTO

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RESET ( )

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BAND/ SUB, .

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SEL , : VOL ( ) => BAS ( ) => TRE ( ) => BAL ( / ) => FAD ( / ) => LOUD

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VOLUME: 00, 02,......, 44, 46

BASS/TREBLE: -6, -5,......, 0, +1, +2,......+5, +6

BALANCE: 12L, 11L,......, L=R, 1R,......,12R

FADER: 12R, 11R,......, R=F, 1F,......, 12F

LOUD:

LOC: ( ) / ( )

ST: /

EQ: CLASS, POP, ROCK, FLAT, OFF

: 5 . 5

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BAND/NP/SUB BND/TA/SYS , : FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2.

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1~6.

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5 . ,

APS AMS/RPT. 1-6.

: APS AMS/RPT 2 , 6

1~6.

, APS AMS/RPT .

ST/PROG .

SEL , ST.

VOL +/- , STEREO MONO. SEL,

.

SEL , LOC (

). VOL +/- ,

(LO ON) (LO OFF). SEL, .

LOC/AF/RDM .

.

AF ( )

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AF (ON) (OFF). LOC/AF/RDM

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RDS , AF. ON ( .).

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TA ( )

(ON) (OFF).

2 BND/TA/SYS , .

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PTY ( )

FM- , RDS, .

PTY/CLK, PTY.

PTY . ,

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PBC ( )

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: CD/DVD/CDDA/CD-R/-RW/DVD±R/±RW.

: DVD-video, SVCD/VCD/HDCD/MP3/MP4/WMA/ Picture-CD/JPEG/ DivX/MPEG4.

:

: MP3 (*.mp3) WMA (*.wma)

: MP4 (*.avi, DIVX3.11/4.0/5.0/6.0 and XVID) MPEG 2(*.vob)

MPEG 1(*.dat)

: JPEG (*.jpg)

ISO 9660 ISO 9660 + Joliet - 30 .

– 448.

- 8 .

– 99.

- 99 59 .

MP3 : 8 48 ( 44,1 ).

P3 : 32 - 320 ( 128 ).

: *.ACC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO, DRM.

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USB/ SD/ MMC

MP3 USB ( ).

SD/ MMC, 2 1 (SD/MMC).

USB .

FAT 12/ FAT 16/ FAT 32

FAT 12/ 16 ( 200 , 500 ),

FAT 32 ( 200 , 500 ).

: 32 / : 32 .

(id3tag ver 2.0)

/ / : 32 .

.

USB 2.0.

:

USB: USB 2.0. : 8 M ~ 1 .

SD: SD : Cannon, Fuji film, Palm, Motorola, Microsoft, IBM, HP, Compaq, Sharp, Samsung, .

. : 8 M ~ 1 .

MMC: MMC : Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, HP, Palm, Sanyo, Microsystems, . : 16

~ 1 .

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EJECT , .

USB/ SD

USB , USB .

USB. MODE, USB.

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SD/MMC .

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, PLAY/ PAUSE , .

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PLAY/PAUSE, .

PLAY/PAUSE , .

STOP STOP/REVERSE ,

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1.DVD, VCD SLOW : 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7, .

2.ENTER .

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R AMS/RPT ,

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RDM LOC/AF/RDM ,

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Intro

10 .

INT, .

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OSD . / ,

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AUDIO , ( DVD ).

( DVD )

DVD- , ANGLE

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DVD .

1.SUBTITLE .

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2.ENTER, .

DVD .

1.TITLE , .

2..

3.ENTER. / .

PBC ( )

VCD .

VCD PBC, 1- .

2., .

3.,

– .

4., ENTER,

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5.STOP , VCD.

6., .

GOTO

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GOTO , .

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VCD GOTO, . ,

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DVD GOTO, .

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ST/PROG button .

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( DVD/VCD)

PN/ SUB/ BAND : NTSC => PAL => PAL60 => AUTO.

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3

3

3 MPEG 3 .

3 CD-ROM, CD-R CD-RW.

3, , ISO 9660.

3, .

3, , “.mp3”.

3 , “.mp3”, .

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8, .

256.

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8 VBR, ,

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CD-R CD-RW, MP3

3 44,1

128 . 256 3 .

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CD-R , . ,

MP3 CD-R CD-RW , .

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CD-R CD-RW .

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12

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:

8A/ 10A & 1A

:

50

4

( ) /

178 50 165 / -20º - +60º

FM . :

87.5 - 108.0

/ :

3 / 10.7

MW . :

522-1620

DVD .

DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP4/MP3/WMA/CD/HDCD/DVDAudio/MPEG4/DivX/

 

Picture-CD/Photo-CD/CD-R/CD-RW/DVD±R/JPEG

/

NTSC/PAL / 24 /96

 

 

 

0 - +/-30

. /

16:9 4:3 / 500

 

1.0 , 75

 

2 RMS (+/-3 )

 

20

– 20

(A-vtd)/

60

/50

 

CD . 2000

.

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