Pioneer GEX-P900DAB User Manual

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Operation Manual

GEX-P900DAB

NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANÇAIS DEUTSCH ESPAÑOL ENGLISH

Contents

 

Before Using This Product ......................

2

About This Product ..........................................

2

About This Manual ............................................

2

Precaution ..........................................................

3

In Case of Trouble ............................................

3

Key Finder ........................................................

4

Operating with Different Head Units ................

5

Basic Operation ........................................

7

What is DAB? ..................................................

7

About the “DAB READY” Indicator ................

8

Switching Power ON/OFF ................................

8

Basic Operation of DAB ..................................

9

Selecting the Ensemble ..................................

10

Selecting the Service ......................................

11

Changing the Band ..........................................

11

Changing the Display ......................................

12

Preset Memory Function ................................

13

Using the DAB Functions ........................

15

Entering the Function Menu ............................

15

Language Filter Function ................................

15

Announcement Support Function ....................

17

Service Follow Function ................................

20

Service Component Function ..........................

21

Dynamic Label Function ................................

21

PTY Function ..................................................

22

Using the PGM Button ....................................

25

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

27

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

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Before Using This Product

About This Product

This product complies with the EMC Directives (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) and CE Marking Directive (93/68/EEC).

About This Manual

This product features a number of sophisticated functions ensuring superior reception and operation. All are designed for the easiest possible use, but many are not self-explanatory. This operation manual is intended to help you benefit fully from their potential and to maximize your listening enjoyment.

We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the functions and their operation by reading through the manual before you begin using this product. It is especially important that you read and observe the “Precaution” on next page and in other sections.

Operate this unit with the connected Head Unit. For details concerning operation, refer to the Head Unit’s Operation Manual.

If the Head Unit’s Operation Manual does not contain instructions concerning this unit, refer to this Operation Manual. Instructions in this Operation Manual use the “DEH-P945R” as an example Head Unit. When using a Head Unit other than this, refer to “Operating with Different Head Units” on page 5.

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Before Using This Product

Precaution

Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating procedures and precautions.

Always keep the volume low enough for outside sounds to be audible.

Protect the product from moisture.

If the battery is disconnected, the preset memory will be erased and must be reprogrammed.

In Case of Trouble

Should this product fail to operate properly, contact your dealer or nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station.

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Key Finder

Head Unit (e.g. DEH-P945R)

+/– button

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOURCE/OFF button

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PTY button

 

 

 

 

2/3button

TA button

DISPLAY button

5/ button

Remote Controller (e.g. DEH-P945R)

Buttons 1– 6

+/– button PTY button

5/ button 2/3button BAND button

DISPLAY button

FUNCTION button

TUNER/DAB button

PGM button

Steering Remote Controller:

You can operate in the same way with the Steering Remote Controller supplied with the Head Unit. For details, refer to the Head Unit’s Operation Manual.

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Before Using This Product

Operating with Different Head Units

Operate this unit (for DAB reception) with the connected Head Unit.

Instructions in this Operation Manual use the “DEH-P945R” as an example Head Unit. When using this unit with the “DEH-P945R”, follow instructions from page 7.

Note:

Head Unit Group 2 and 3 Head Units operate this unit as an external unit (EXT). These Head Units can control only one external unit, which also corresponds to this unit. When one of these Head Units is connected to this unit, do not connect any other external units.

Head Unit Group 1

When using the unit with one of these Head Units, operation is the same as with the “DEH-P945R”, so follow instruction from page 7.

DEH-P9000R

DEH-P8000R

DEH-P7000R (-W)

DEH-P6000R

DEX-P99R

 

KEH-P8800R (-W)

KEH-P9700R

 

MEH-P9000R

 

 

AVM-P7000R

 

 

Head Unit Group 2

When using the unit with one of these Head Units, operate while referring to Head Unit Group 2 in the Function Compatibility Charts.

DEH-P4000R-B DEH-P645RS DEH-P443R DEX-P88R

KEH-P7800R

KEH-P2800R

KEH-P5700R

KEH-P3730R KEH-P8600R (-W) KEH-P6600R (-W) KEH-P4630R KEH-P3600R

MEH-P5000R (II)

DEH-P3000R

DEH-P545R

DEH-P835R

KEH-P6800R (-B, -W) KEH-P28R KEH-P4530R KEH-P3700R KEH-P8600RS KEH-P6600RS KEH-P4600R KEH-P26R

DEH-P645R (-W) DEH-P544R DEH-P735R

KEH-P2830R KEH-P5730R KEH-P4500R KEH-P27R KEH-P7600R KEX-P66R KEH-P3630R KEH-P16

Head Unit Group 3

When using the unit with one of these Head Units, operate while referring to Head Unit Group 3 in the Function Compatibility Charts.

RS-K1

RS-D2

Note:

• If the RS-K1 and RS-D2 are being used in combination, then it will not be possible to use this unit.

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Function Compatibility Charts

Operate using the same buttons on the Head Unit itself or the remote controller.

Head Unit Group 2

Function

Button

Operation

Page

Switching Power ON/OFF

SOURCE, SOURCE/OFF

:Select

8

 

 

 

 

Basic Operation of DAB

SOURCE, SOURCE/OFF, 2/3

:Select

9

 

 

 

 

Entering the Function Menu

FUNCTION

:Select

15

 

 

 

 

Selecting the Ensemble

2/3(Hold for 0.5 seconds)

:Select

10

Selecting the Service

2/3

:Select

11

Changing the Band

BAND, 23

:Select

11

Preset Memory

1– 6 (Hold for 2 seconds)

:Memory

13

 

 

 

 

Direct Recall

1– 6

:Select

14

 

 

 

 

Sequential Recall

5/

:Select

14

 

 

 

 

Changing the Label (FUNC1)

5/

:Select

12

 

 

 

 

Service Component Function (FUNC2)

5/

:Select

21

 

 

 

 

Service Follow Function (FUNC3)

5/

:Select

20

 

 

 

 

Setting the PGM Button

FUNCTION (Hold for 2 seconds)

:Select

25

 

5/ /2/3

 

 

Using the PGM Button

PGM/DSP, PGM, Programmable

:Select

26

 

 

 

 

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Head Unit Group 3

Function

Button

Operation

Page

Switching Power ON/OFF

SOURCE, AUX

:Select

8

 

 

 

 

Basic Operation of DAB

SOURCE, AUX, 23

:Select

9

Selecting the Ensemble

23(Hold for 0.5 seconds)

:Select

10

 

 

 

 

Selecting the Service

23

:Select

11

 

 

 

 

Changing the Band

CHANGE/ESCAPE

:Select

11

 

 

 

 

Preset Memory*

Function buttons/1– 6

:Memory

13

 

(Hold for 2 seconds)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Direct Recall

Function buttons/1– 6

:Select

14

 

 

 

 

Changing the Label*

Function button/1

:Select

12

 

 

 

 

Service Component Function*

Function button/2

:Select

21

 

 

 

 

Service Follow Function*

Function button/3

:Select

20

 

 

 

 

* Using the SHIFT button, switch to the function you want to operate with Function buttons/1–6.

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Basic Operation

What is DAB?

DAB stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting. The benefits of DAB are as follows:

High broadcast quality (on a par with CD sound quality)

High broadcast stability

Note:

• Test broadcasts may be performed by some broadcast stations.

Outline

DAB system service configuration is as follows.

Ensemble broadcasts multiple (or a single) Services at once, while these Services simultaneously broadcast multiple (or a single) Service Components.

The main Service Component is called the Primary Service Component. Other Service Components are called Secondary Service Components.

Ensemble

 

Service

 

Primary Service Component

 

 

 

 

Service

 

Primary Service Component

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secondary Service Component

 

 

 

 

Secondary Service Component

7 About Service Components

Service Components include Audio and Data. Data Service reception is not possible with this unit. (In this Manual, Service refers to the regular Audio Service.)

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About the “DAB READY” Indicator

There’s a “DAB READY” indicator in the Head Unit’s display. This indicates DAB reception is possible.

“DAB READY”

Note:

If there’s no sound even when “DAB READY” is lit, refer to “Selecting the Service” on page 11, and switch Services. (The Service you were listening to may have ended.)

Head Unit Group 2 and 3 units do not feature a “DAB READY” indicator.

When listening to DAB

Lights during Ensemble reception.

When listening to a non-DAB source

Lights when in an area where DAB reception is possible.

Switching Power ON/OFF

• Select DAB.

Head Unit

Press the SOURCE/OFF button, and select DAB as follows.

Built-in CD Player =Tuner =DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) =Multi-MD Player

=Multi-CD Player =AUX =...

To switch the sources OFF, hold down the SOURCE/OFF button for 1 second or more.

Remote Controller

Press the TUNER/DAB button, and select DAB as follows.

Tuner =DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) =OFF

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Basic Operation

Basic Operation of DAB

1.Select DAB.

When you first switch to DAB, Auto Seek is performed to find a DAB Ensemble. (Auto Seek is also performed in the same way each time you switch bands.) Once Ensemble is received, Auto Seek ends.

Each press

Each press

changes the Source ...

changes the Source ...

2. Select a desired Service.

If you cannot find a desired Service, repeat step 2 after switching to Ensemble in step 3.

3. Tune to a high or low frequency (Ensemble).

Hold for 0.5 seconds Hold for 0.5 seconds

4. Turn the source OFF.

Hold for 1 second

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Selecting the Ensemble

You can switch to an Ensemble offering a desired Service.

• Tune to a high or low frequency (Ensemble).

Hold for 0.5 seconds Hold for 0.5 seconds

By pressing the same button, search stops and the unit switches to standby for reception of that Ensemble frequency.

Note:

The initial Language Filter setting is OFF. (Refer to “Language Filter Function” on page 15 for details concerning Language Filter setting.)

Language Filter OFF

Priority is given to the first Service in a received Ensemble. After it is selected, sound of that Service’s Primary Service Component is output.

Language Filter ON

Search for a Service Component of the set language among the received Ensemble is performed.

7When a Service Component is found

Sound of that Service Component is output.

7When a Service Component is not found

Priority is given to the first Service. After it is selected, sound of that Service’s Primary Service Component is output.

(Same as when the Language Filter is OFF.)

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Basic Operation

Selecting the Service

Select a desired Service from the received Ensemble.

• Select a desired Service.

Note:

The initial Language Filter setting is OFF. (Refer to “Language Filter Function” on page 15 for details concerning Language Filter setting.)

Language Filter OFF

Sound of the selected Service’s Primary Service Component is output.

Language Filter ON

Search for a Service Component of the set language in the selected Service is performed.

7When a Service Component is found

Sound of that Service Component is output.

7When a Service Component is not found

Sound of the selected Service’s Primary Service Component is output. (Same as when the Language Filter is OFF.)

Changing the Band

To enable this unit to memorize more Services, frequencies are stored in three bands, 1, 2 and 3. (Frequencies (Ensemble) that can be received are the same for 1, 2 and 3.)

Note:

When first switching to each of the bands, Auto Seek is performed for receivable Ensembles. (The starting frequency for Auto Seek in each band differs. For this reason, when multiple frequencies are receivable, a different frequency is automatically received in each band.)

Switch bands.

Each press

DAB1 t DAB2 t DAB3

changes the Band ...

 

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Changing the Display

When Ensemble is received and Service selection is possible, you can change the display as follows:

Changing the Label

• Select a desired display.

Each press

Each press

changes the Display ...

changes the Display ...

Each press of the DISPLAY button changes the display in the following order:

PTY Label =Service Component Label =Ensemble Label =Dynamic Label

=PTY Label =...

Note:

With a Service Component that has no Service Component Label or Dynamic Label, switching to Service Component Label and Dynamic Label is not possible.

With displays other than PTY Label, if you do not perform an operation within 8 seconds or press a button other than the DISPLAY button, the display returns to PTY Label indications.

7Head Unit Group 2

Change the Label mode (FUNC1) with the 5/ buttons.

The mode changes as follows:

Service Label =PTY Label =Service Component Label =Ensemble Label =Service Label =...

Note:

Switching to Dynamic Label is not possible.

With a Service Component that has no Service Component Label, switching to Service Component Label is not possible.

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Service Label =PTY Label =Service Component Label =Ensemble Label

=Service Label =...

Note:

Switching to Dynamic Label is not possible.

With a Service Component that has no Service Component Label, switching to Service Component Label is not possible.

With displays other than Service Label, if you do not perform an operation within 8 seconds or press a button other than the Function button/1, the display returns to Service Label indications.

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Basic Operation

Changing Display Indications

You can switch between 16 and 8 letters display of PTY Label, Service Component Label and Ensemble Label indications.

• Switch between Service Label displays.

Hold for 2 seconds

Hold for 2 seconds

e.g. “BBC National” p “BBC Natl”

The display changes each time you press the button for 2 seconds or more.

Note:

• Head Unit Groups 2 and 3 Head Units do not have this function.

Preset Memory Function

Preset Memory

Preset Memory lets you store Services in memory.

Note:

• When no Ensemble is selected, a previously memorized Service is recalled.

1.Select a desired Service to store in memory.

2.Press a button from 1– 6 for 2 seconds or more to store a desired Service. (e.g. Press button 4.)

Hold for 2 seconds

The Service is stored in the selected button.

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Recalling Preset Services

If the preset Service is in the Ensemble you are currently listening to, that Service is recalled. If the preset Service is not in the current Ensemble, the correct Ensemble is first tuned in, and then the preset Service is recalled.

Note:

• If the Service has ended when preset is performed, the unit switches to Standby for that Ensemble.

7Direct Recall

Press a button from 1– 6 to recall a Service preset in that button. (e.g. Press button 4.)

7Sequential Recall

Recalls Services preset in buttons 1– 6 in sequence.

Note:

The initial Language Filter setting is OFF. (Refer to “Language Filter Function” on page 15 for details concerning Language Filter setting.)

Language Filter OFF

Sound of the recalled Service’s Primary Service Component is output.

Language Filter ON

Search for a Service Component of the set language in the recalled Service is performed.

7When a Service Component is found

Sound of that Service Component is output.

7When a Service Component is not found

Sound of the recalled Service’s Primary Service Component is output. (Same as when the Language Filter is OFF.)

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Using the DAB Functions

Entering the Function Menu

This menu enables selection of DAB functions.

• Select the desired mode in the Function menu.

Each press

changes the Mode ...

Each press of the FUNCTION button selects the mode in the following order:

Language Filter (Language) =Announcement Support (Announce S)

=Service Follow (SF) =Service Component (Primary/2)* =Dynamic Label**

*You cannot switch to this mode with a Service that has just one Service Component. **You cannot switch to this mode with a Service Component that has no Dynamic Label.

To cancel the Function Menu, press the BAND button.

Note:

After entering the Function menu, if you do not perform an operation within about 30 seconds, the Function Menu is automatically canceled.

7 Head Unit Group 2 (See page 6)

Changing the Label (FUNC1) =Service Component (FUNC2)

=Service Follow (FUNC3) =No Function (FUNC4) =No Function (AUTO)

Note:

• This unit does not feature FUNC4 and AUTO function capability.

Language Filter Function

When you select another Ensemble or Service, or perform PTY Search, you can set the unit to give priority to Service Components broadcast in a desired language.

Setting for up to 6 languages is possible. If you switch the Language Filter Function ON when you have set more than 6 Languages, the Languages least recently set are switched OFF. (Details concerning each operation are provided in each section.)

1. Select the Language Filter mode (Language) in the Function Menu.

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2. Select the desired language.

3. Switch the selected language ON/OFF.

“LANG”

To cancel the Function Menu, press the BAND button.

Languages that can be set

The Languages that can be set with this unit are the 29 Languages shown below. They are in alphabetical order for easier location. (The switching order differs from that indicated in the display during Language Filter mode operation.)

Display

Language

Arabic

Arabic

 

 

Basque

Basque

 

 

Breton

Breton

 

 

Catalan

Catalan

 

 

Czech

Czech

 

 

Danish

Danish

 

 

Dutch

Dutch

 

 

English

English

 

 

Estonian

Estonian

 

 

Faroese

Faroese

 

 

Finnish

Finnish

 

 

French

French

 

 

Frisian

Frisian

 

 

Gaelic

Gaelic

 

 

German

German

 

 

Display

Language

Greek

Greek

 

 

Hung.

Hungarian

 

 

Irish

Irish

 

 

Italian

Italian

 

 

Lappish

Lappish

 

 

Lux.

Luxembourgian

 

 

Norw.

Norwegian

 

 

Polish

Polish

 

 

Port.

Portuguese

 

 

Russian

Russian

 

 

Spanish

Spanish

 

 

Swedish

Swedish

 

 

Turkish

Turkish

 

 

Welsh

Welsh

 

 

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Using the DAB Functions

Announcement Support Function

Even when listening to non-DAB sources, the Announcement Support Function lets you automatically listen to set Announcement Support. When the interrupting announcement ends, play returns to the original source.

When listening to a DAB broadcast, you can switch setting for announcement interruption ON/OFF, except for Alarm announcements. Switching between Announcements is as follows:

Announcement that is always ON:

• Alarm (Alarm)

Announcements operated by the TA button:

Road Traffic Flash (“TP” indicator)

Transport Flash (“TP” indicator)

Announcements operated with the Function Menu:

Warning/Service (Warning)

News Flash (News)

Area Weather Flash (Weather)

Event Announcement (Event)

Special Event (SP. Event)

Announcements operated by the TA button

7Switching the Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash ON/OFF

Switch Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash ON/OFF.

“TP”“TA”

Each time you press the TA button, the announcement is switched ON/OFF.

Note:

When the Service Component supporting Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash is selected, “TP” lights.

When listening to FM, turning ON/OFF the RDS TA function will simultaneously turn ON/OFF the DAB Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash.

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7Canceling Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash interruptions part way through

To cancel a Road Traffic Flash or Transport Flash interruption and return to the original source, press the TA button during an Announcement interruption.

Note:

You can also switch in order between interrupting Announcements. (Refer to “Switching Interrupting Announcements” on the next page.)

7 TP Alarm Function

When the following conditions arise, the “TP” and “EON TP” indicators go out, and after 30 seconds, the TP Alarm beeps for 10 seconds, reminding you to select a Service Component supporting Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash.

When Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash interruption setting is ON.

When the Service Follow Function is ON.

When this unit (during DAB reception) cannot clearly receive a Service Component supporting Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash.

When Head Unit RDS cannot receive a TP or EON TP station broadcast.

When listening to a DAB broadcast, after hearing the TP Alarm, you should re-tune to a Service that supports Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash if you want to continue the possibility to recieve them.

When listening to any other sources, 30 seconds after “TP” is displayed before going out, search automatically starts for a Service Component in that area that supports Road Traffic Flash and Transport Flash.

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Using the DAB Functions

Operating Announcements with the Function Menu

7 Switch Announcements ON/OFF

1.Select the Announcement Support mode (Announce S) in the Function Menu.

2.Select the desired Announcement Support in the following order:

Warning/Service (Warning) ÔNews Flash (News) ÔArea Weather Flash (Weather) ÔEvent Flash (Event) ÔSpecial Event (SP. Event)

• When “*” is displayed, it indicates that Announcement Support is provided by the current Service.

Note:

With some Head Units, you can select the desired Announcement Support in the following order: Announce (Announce) ÔNews (News) ÔArea Weather Flash (Weather)

When “Announce” is ON, “Warning Service”, “Event Flash” and “Special Event” in Announce are also switched ON.

3.Switch the selected Announcement Support ON/OFF.

To cancel the Function Menu, press the BAND button.

Switching Interrupting Announcements

When there are multiple Announcements in standby waiting to interrupt, and you are listening to an Announcement, you can switch between them in order.

• Switch to the next Announcement.

Each press changes

the Announcement ...

Each time you press the SOURCE/OFF button, you move to the next Announcement. When there are no more Announcements you return to the original one.

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Service Follow Function

If reception of the selected Service worsens, this automatically searches for other Ensemble supporting the same Service. Depending on conditions, an Ensemble supporting Alarm and Road Traffic Flash is received.

1.Select the Service Follow mode (SF) in the Function Menu.

2.Switch Service Follow ON/OFF.

To cancel the Function Menu, press the BAND button.

Service Follow Function (FM)

When an Ensemble that supports the same Service can’t be found, or when reception conditions are poor, the Service Follow Function switches to an identical FM broadcast. However, switching is not possible if reception of a station broadcasting an identical FM transmission is poor, doesn’t exist or is not cross-referenced by the DAB station. During FM reception, if DAB finds a Service identical to the original Service, and reception is better, DAB reception resumes. Selection is then performed in line with the Service Component selected with the first Service.

Note:

Switch the Service Follow Function ON, and the Service Follow Function (FM) is automatically switched ON.

The Service Follow Function (FM) is a DAB function. If the initial source you listen to is RDS (FM), there’s no switching to DAB.

Even if you switch to an FM broadcast, the button only functions during DAB operation.

Head Unit Group 2 and 3 Head Units do not feature the Service Follow Function (FM).

7 When the “SF” indicator flashes

When the selected Service does not have broadcast station information for an identical FM broadcast, if reception conditions for that Service worsen, the “SF” indicator flashes to indicate the Service Follow Function (FM) cannot operate.

Note:

Refer to “Selecting the Status Display” in the Head Unit’s Operation Manual for confirmation concerning “SF” indicator flashing.

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Using the DAB Functions

Service Component Function

If the currently received Service has a Secondary Service Component (“2nd” lights), Service Component switching is possible.

1.Select the Service Component Switching mode (Primary/2) in the Function Menu.

2.Select the desired Service Component.

“2nd”

Note:

With Head Unit Group 2 and 3 Head Units, switching between Service Components is possible in one direction only.

Dynamic Label Function

Dynamic Label provides character information concerning the Service Component you’re currently listening to. You can scroll the displayed information.

1.Select the Dynamic Label mode (Dynamic) in the Function Menu.

2.Scroll the Dynamic Label.

If you continue, you return to the first line.

Note:

When viewing Dynamic Label, do not operate until you have parked your car safely.

With a Service Component that has no Dynamic Label, Dynamic Label information is not displayed.

If you press the 5button when scrolling, you return to the first line.

If you select the Dynamic Label mode again after having canceled it, the information may switch to the latest available.

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PTY Function

Wide and Narrow PTY (Program Type ID code) search are possible. Search begins in order from the next Service after the currently selected Service. In the Ensemble of the first Service in which PTY Search is performed, if there are no Services meeting requirements even if all Services other than those selected are searched, search switches to the next Ensemble. Search in this Ensemble starts from the first Service and continues in order through all Services. Search continues through following Ensemble in the same way until a selected PTY Service is found. If no selected PTY Service is found after search of the frequency (Ensemble) one before the first Service searched, “NOT FOUND” is displayed for 2 seconds, and reception returns to the original Service.

Note:

There’s no need to perform PTY Search settings again if they have previously been set. After switching to the PTY Search Setting mode in Step 1, just perform PTY Search in Step 4.

Searching the PTY

1. Select the PTY Search Setting mode.

2. Select the PTY Search method (Wide, Narrow).

3. Select one from among the PTY.

• “*” in the display indicates that there is a PTY Service in the Current Ensemble.

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Using the DAB Functions

4. Start PTY Search.

DAB searches for the desired PTY Service.

Note:

If a zero PTY code is received, “NONE” is displayed. This indicates that the broadcast station has unlimited programs.

If the signal is too weak, preventing this unit from discriminating the PTY code or the broadcast station does not provide PTY information, “NO PTY” is displayed.

The initial Language Filter setting is OFF. (Refer to “Language Filter Function” on page 15 for details concerning Language Filter setting.)

Language Filter OFF

When a searched PTY Service is received, sound of that Service’s Primary Service Component is output.

Language Filter ON

After search for a PTY Service is completed, search continues of all that Service’s Service Components in order, starting from the Primary Service Component.

7 When a Service Component is found

If the preferred Language is available, then the sound of that Service Component is output.

7 When a Service Component is not found

Sound of the selected Service’s Primary Service Component is output. (Same as when the Language Filter is OFF.)

Canceling the PTY Search Setting mode

To cancel the PTY Search Setting mode part way through, press the PTY button for 2 seconds or longer.

Hold for 2 seconds

Hold for 2 seconds

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PTY List

Wide

Narrow

Details

News&Inf (NEWS/INF)

News (NEWS)

News.

 

 

 

 

Weather (WEATHER)

Weather reports/Meteorological information.

 

 

 

 

Affairs (AFFAIRS)

Current affairs.

 

 

 

 

Sport (SPORT)

Sports programs.

 

 

 

 

Finance (FINANCE)

Stock market reports, commerce, trading etc.

 

 

 

 

Inf (INFO)

General information and advice.

 

 

 

Popular (POPULAR)

Pop Mus (POP MUS)

Popular music.

 

 

 

 

Rock Mus (ROCK MUS)

Contemporary modern music.

 

 

 

 

Easy Mus (EASY MUS)

Easy listening music.

 

 

 

 

Jazz (JAZZ)

Jazz music based programs.

 

 

 

 

Oldies (OLDIES)

Oldies music, ‘Golden age’ based programs.

 

 

 

 

Folk Mus (FOLK MUS)

Folk music based programs.

 

 

 

 

Country (COUNTRY)

Country music based programs.

 

 

 

 

Nat Mus (NAT MUS)

National music based programs.

 

 

 

 

Oth Mus (OTH MUS)

Other types of music, which can’t be

 

 

categorized.

 

 

 

Classics (CLASSICS)

L. Class (L. CLASS)

Light classical music.

 

 

 

 

Classic (CLASSIC)

Serious classical music.

 

 

 

Others (OTHERS)

Phone In (PHONE IN)

Phone in based programs.

 

 

 

 

Drama (DRAMA)

All radio plays and serials.

 

 

 

 

Document (DOCUMENT)

Documentary programs.

 

 

 

 

Varied (VARIED)

Light entertainment programs.

 

 

 

 

Children (CHILDREN)

Children’s programs.

 

 

 

 

Touring (TOURING)

Travel programs, not for announcements about

 

 

traffic problem.

 

 

 

 

Leisure (LEISURE)

Programs about hobbies and recreational

 

 

activities.

 

 

 

 

Culture (CULTURE)

Programs concerned with any aspect of national

 

 

or regional culture.

 

 

 

 

Religion (RELIGION)

Religion affairs programs or services.

 

 

 

 

Educate (EDUCATE)

Educational programs.

 

 

 

 

Science (SCIENCE)

Programs about nature, science and technology.

 

 

 

 

Social (SOCIAL)

Social affairs programs.

 

 

 

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Using the DAB Functions

Using the PGM Button

You can memorize one Function Menu function in the PGM button.

Setting the PGM Button

1. Select the PGM Button Setting mode (PGM-key).

Hold for 2 seconds

2. Select the function you want to memorize in the PGM button.

3. Memorize the function in the PGM button.

To cancel the PGM Button Setting mode, press the BAND button.

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Using the PGM Button

The PGM button operates in a different way depending on the function programmed (memorized).

• Use the PGM button.

Function

Press

Hold for 2 seconds

Service Follow (SF)

ON/OFF

––––––

Service Component Switching (P/2nd)

Select

––––––

7 Head Unit Group 2

Function

Press

Hold for 2 seconds

Changing the Label (FUNC1)

Select

––––––

 

 

 

Service Component Function (FUNC2)

Select

––––––

 

 

 

Service Follow Function (FUNC3)

Select

––––––

 

 

 

Note:

You can also memorize FUNC4 and A/M in the PGM button, but these do not correspond to a function, and therefore even if they are memorized, the button will not operate anything.

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