Jensen SD1413 User Manual

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Jensen SD1413 User Manual

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SD1413

Owner's Manual

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Para obtener instrucciones en Español, diríjase a la página 19. Pour des instructions en Francais, référez-vous à la page 39.

INTRODUCTION

Contents

Operating Instructions ...............................

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Tuner Operation ........................................

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CD Player Operation .................................

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MP3/WMA File Requirements .................

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MP3/WMA Operation ...............................

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Using a USB Device or SD Card.............

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Remote Control .......................................

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Care and Maintenance............................

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Troubleshooting.......................................

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

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Toll-Free Installation Assistance

If you require assistance, contact Technical Support at 1-800-323-4815 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST Monday through Friday (U.S.A. and Canada only).

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Power

Press the power button (1) or any other button on the face of the receiver to turn the unit on when the ignition switch is on. Press the power button again to turn the receiver off. If the radio was left on when the ignition was last turned off, the receiver will turn on automatically when the ignition switch is again turned on. If the receiver was off when the ignition was last turned off, the receiver must be turned on manually when restarting the vehicle.

Source

Press the SRC button (2) to select a different mode of operation as indicated on the display panel. Available sources include Tuner, CD, SD, USB and Auxiliary Input. During CD player operation, pressing SRC will change to the tuner source without ejecting the disc. To access the Auxiliary Input source, press the SRC button until "AUX" is indicated in the display.

Volume

To increase the volume, turn the AUDIO CONTROL (3) clockwise. To decrease the volume, rotate the AUDIO CONTROL counter clockwise. When volume is adjusted, the volume level is shown on the display panel as a number ranging from “00” (lowest) to “100” (highest).

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Select

Press the AUDIO

 

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CONTROL button (4)

 

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(VOL), bass (BAS),

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treble (TRB), balance (BAL), fader (FAD),

and volume (VOL). When adjusting audio functions, the unit will automatically exit select mode and return to the normal display after five seconds or when another function is activated.

Bass

Press the AUDIO CONTROL button (4) twice until “BAS” appears in the display. Within five seconds, turn the AUDIO CONTROL (3) clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust the bass from “-10” to “+10”. “00” represents a flat response. The bass level is shown on the display for five seconds or until another function is activated.

Treble

Press the AUDIO CONTROL button (4) three times until “TRB” appears in the display. Within five seconds, turn the AUDIO CONTROL (3) clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust Treble from “-10” to “+10”. “00” represents a flat response. The treble level is shown on the display for five seconds or until another function is activated.

Balance

Press the AUDIO CONTROL button (4) four times until “BAL” appears in the display. Within five seconds, turn the AUDIO CONTROL (3) clockwise (or counter clockwise) to adjust Balance between the right and left speakers from “BAL 10R” (full right) to “BAL 10L” (full left). “BAL L=R” represents an equal balance level between the right and left speakers. The balance position is shown on the display for five seconds or until another function is activated.

Fader

Press the AUDIO CONTROL (4) five times until “FAD” appears in the display. Within five seconds, turn the AUDIO CONTROL (3) clockwise or counter clockwise to adjust balance between the front and rear speakers from “FAD 10R” (full rear) to “FAD 10F” (full front). “FAD F=R” represents an equal balance level between the front and rear speakers. The fader position is shown on the display for five seconds or until another function is activated.

Loudness (BAND)

Press and hold the LOUD/BAND button (5) for two seconds to activate the LOUD feature. When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost the bass and treble ranges to compensate for the characteristics of human hearing. When activated, “LOUD”

appears on the display. Press LOUD/BAND again for two seconds to deactivate this feature.

Audio Mute (MUTE)

Press the MUTE button (6) to mute the audio volume. “MUTE” flashes on the display. Restore volume to the previous setting by pressing the mute button again, adjusting the AUDIO CONTROL.

Equalizer Selector (PEQ)

The equalizer function applies preset sound effects to the unit’s audio output signal. Press the PEQ button on the remote control to activate one of the following operating modes: FLAT, CLASSICS, POP M, ROCK M or DSP OFF. When the equalizer function is activated, the most recently selected bass/treble levels are ignored. If the bass and/or treble levels are adjusted while the equalizer function is active, the equalizer function will revert to FLAT. When the equalizer function is not active, the unit will return to the most recently selected bass and treble levels.

Beep Tone

The beep tone feature allows the selection of an audible beep tone to be heard each time a button is pressed on the face of the radio. To access the Beep Tone menu, press and hold the AUDIO CONTROL (4). Turn the AUDIO

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CONTROL to select from the following Beep Tone options:

BEEP ALL: Beep is heard any time a button is pressed (function activated).

BEEP 2ND: Beep is heard only when a secondary function is activated (press and hold).

BEEP OFF: Beep is not heard.

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

The liquid crystal display (LCD) panel (8) displays the frequency, time and activated functions of the unit.

NOTE: After being subjected to cold temperatures, LCD panels may take longer to respond and visibility of the numbers on the LCD may decrease slightly. The LCD display will return to normal when the temperature increases to a normal range.

Display (DISP)

Press this button to view Clock, Programme

Type (PTY), and Frequency of the station in

listening.

Auxiliary Input

Lift the cover on the right side of the radio to reveal the AUX IN connector (16). Use the included 3.5mm media cable to connect a portable media device for playback through the vehicle sound system.

Front Panel Release

The front panel REL (release) button (10) releases the mechanism that holds the front panel to the chassis.

Detaching the Front Panel

To detach the front panel, first press the REL button (10) to release the left side of the panel. Next, grasp the released side and pull the panel off the chassis. After removing the front panel, store it in the supplied carrying case to protect it from dirt and damage.

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Re-attaching the Front Panel

To re-attach the front panel, make sure the electrical terminals on the back of the panel are free of dust and dirt, as debris could cause intermittent operation or other malfunctions. Position the right side of the panel in place so that it is correctly engaged, and then lightly press the left side of the panel until the panel locks into place.

Reset Button

The reset button (26) is located on the front of the chassis and can only be accessed with the front panel removed. The reset circuitry protects the microprocessor circuitry. Since resetting the unit will erase the time and preset memories, it should only be activated upon initial installation after all wiring is complete, or if there is a malfunction of any of the switches on the unit. In these circumstances, pressing the reset button will clear the system and return the unit to normal operation.

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AM/FM Band Selector (BAND)

Press the BAND button (5) during radio play to switch between three FM bands and one AM band. “F1”, “F2”, “F3” or “AM” will appear in the display to indicate the band currently selected.

Tuning

Automatic Tuning

Press the >>| button (14) to tune upward in frequency and the |<< button (13) to tune downward in frequency. The unit will automatically stop at the next strong station. If

the Local mode is active, the radio will seek the next strong local station when either button is pressed.

Manual Tuning

Press the >>| (14) or |<< (13) button for more than two seconds to select manual tuning mode. “MANUAL” will appear in the display. Press the Up or Down Tuning buttons to move radio frequency up or down two digits at a time. Press and hold the Up or Down Tuning buttons to quickly advance to a certain frequency. Release when the desired frequency is

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reached. If tuning is not adjusted within five seconds of entering manual tuning mode, the radio will revert to automatic tuning and “AUTO” will appear in the display.

PTY Button

Each time when this button is pressed, the PTY

mode will toggle in the following order:

PTY Music Group -> PTY Speech Group ->PTY Off

The current PTY code is displayed on the LCD, use the 6 preset buttons to select the other PTY code, the distribution of program type are as follow:

Button Number

Music Group

Speech Group

M1

POP , ROCK

NEWS, AFFAIRS, INFO

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EASY, LIGHT

SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA

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CLASSICS,

CULTURE, SCIENCE, VARIED

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JAZZ, COUNTRY

WEATHER,FINANCE, CHILDREN

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NATION, OLDIES

SOCIAL, RELIGION, PHONE IN

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FOLK

TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT

When PTY code is selected, the radio will search the band for the station that matches the PTY code.

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