Click here to download AUDIOVOX AVD300 (01) PDF MANUAL


PDF Content Summary:

****** Page 1 ****** AUDIOVOX AVD300 SLOT-IN DVD Player Ailnrovox Owner’s Manual

****** Page 2 ****** A. Welcome Thank you for choosing the AVD300 DVD Player. The AVD300 is de- signed to optimize the enjoyment of your favorite DVDs in the mobile environment. This DVD Player is constructed to provide years of reli- able, trouble-free service. Please read this manual thoroughly prior to operating the player and retain it for future reference. B. Precautions EXPLANATION OF GRAPHIC SYMBOLS CAUTION RISK ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, OO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO üUALIFIED PERSC”NEL. The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated ‘dangerous voltage’ within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompa- nying the appliance. WARNING TO REDUCE THE RICK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCTION TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. 1

****** Page 3 ****** SAFETY PRECAUTION For safety reasons, when changing video media, it is recommended that the vehicle is not in motion, and that you do not allow children to unfasten seat-belts to change video media or make any adjustments to the system. Enjoy your entertainment system but always remember the safety of all passengers remains the number one priority. IMPORTANT NOTICE It is unlawful in most jurisdictions for a person to drive a motor vehicle which is equipped with a television viewer or screen that is located in the motor vehicle at any point forward of the back of the driver’s seat, or that is visible, directly or indirectly, to the driver while operating the vehicle. In the interest of safety, this system should never be installed where it will be visible, directly or indirectly, by the operator of the motor vehicle. 1. OBJECT AND LIQUID Do not push objects of any kind into the system through openings; do not spill or spray liquid of any kind on or in the system (this may result in a fire or electric shock). Do not place anything heavy on the unit. To ensure proper ventilation and proper operation, never cover or block the slots and openings with a cloth or other material. 2. DISASSEMBLE Do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. There is a risk of elec- tric shock and/or exposure to Laser Radiation. Contact qualified service personnel if your system is in need of repair. 3. CLEANING UNIT When cleaning, make sure the system is unplugged from the power source. Do not use any solvents or cleaning materials (liquid, abra- Sive or aerosol). Clean the DVD player using only a lightly damp- ened lint free cloth to wipe the unit if it is dirty. 2

****** Page 4 ****** 4. DISC Do not use irregularly shaped discs such as heart or star-shaped discs as they may cause the unit to malfunction. Do not stick pa- per, tape or glue on the disc. Do not expose the disc to direct sun- light or heat sources such as hot air ducts. Do not touch the sur- face of the disc. Handle the disc by its edge. Clean the disc by wiping the disc from the center out with a soft lint free cleaning cloth. Remove the disc from the unit and store it in its case after playing. Some playback operations of discs may be intentionally fixed by software producers. Since this unit plays discs according to the disc contents the software producers designed, some play- back features may not be avail able. Also refer to the instructions supplied with the discs. 5. Powering the DVD Player This system MUST be powered from the type of switched (Acces- sory) power indicated on the marking label (i.e. not directly from the car battery). Power should be applied to the unit when the igni- tion key is in the Run and/or Accessory positions. Use only the supplied power cable matching this set to avoid electric hazards. 6. Operation When the temperature rises dramatically from a very low tempera- ture, moisture may condense inside the AVD300 and cause the DVD player to malfunction. Ifthe AVD300 does not operate properly under these conditions leave the AVD300 turned on for about half an hour until the moisture evaporates. 3

****** Page 5 ****** C. Contents 1. Main Unit 2. Remote control with one CR2025 Battery 3. Power Cable 4. Two (2) Brackets with four (4) Screws 5. Owner’s Manual 6. Power Adaptor* (4-Pin to 2-Pin) Cable 7. DVRCA * Adaptor for connection to a second monitor 8. RCA Cables ( Red, Yellow, and White) * For use with 8010730 Accessory Cable 9. IR Receiver (6m) D. Controls Main Unit (Refer to Figure 1) 1 19 Power Button 2. Menu Button 3. Previous Button 4. Play & NAV Up, Down, Left, Right Button 5. Next Button 6. Stop Button 7. Video Input Jack 8. Audio L Input Jack 9. Audio R Input Jack 10. Eject Button 11. Remote Control Sensor 12. S-Video Jack 13. Video Output Jack 14. Audio L Output Jack 15. Audio R Output Jack 16. Monitor Port 1 17. Monitor Port 2 18. DC 12V Jack 19. IR Input Jack 12 4 13 •14 Figurel

****** Page 6 ****** E. Remote Control View (Refer to Figure 2) 1) Power Button 2) Display Button 3) Angle Button 4) Subtitle Button 5) Audio Button 6) Zoom Button 7) Up/Down/Left/Right / Enter Buttons 8) Menu Button 9) Return Button 10) A-B Button 1 1) Forward Button 12) Reverse Button 13) Slow Button 14) Stop Button 15) Eject Button 16) Number Buttons 17) Setup Button 18) Repeat Button 19) Skip- Button (Previous) 20) Skip+ Button (Next) 21) Play Button 22) Pause Button 4 7 5 ooo 7 Figure 2

****** Page 7 ****** F. Connections 1 2. 0000. Figure 3 Powering Your DVD Player ( Refer to Figure 3) Connect the black wire (-) to the vehicle ground. Connect the red wire (+) to a switched (Accessory) 12VDC source. Plug the other end into the 12VDC input jack on the rear of the unit. Remote IR Receiver ( Refer to Figure 3) Plug the 1/8″ jack on the remote IR cable into the IR IN jack on the rear of the DVD player. Place the IR receiver anywhere in the vehicle to allow remote control in any location. 6

****** Page 8 ****** Gl•.t.r•. Ooo Figure 4 3. Connecting to an Audiovox Overhead Monitor The AVD300 can be connected to Audiovox Overhead monitors with the supplied adaptors (DVRCA and 4 pin to 2 pin power adapter) when using the Audiovox accessory cable (part number 8010730). Plug in the 3 RCAjacks, white (left audio) to white, red (right audio) to red, and yellow (video) to yellow. Connect the 2 pin IR jacks. Connect the 4 pin to the 2 pin power adapter, 4 pin to the acces- sory cable and the plug into the AVD300 power jack. 4. Connecting to a Monitor a. Match the color-coded plugs to the appropriate jacks on the back of the DVD Player AN OUTPUT jacks: Yellow (video) to Yellow, White (left audio) to White, and Red (right audio) to Red. 7

****** Page 9 ****** MMH5fi81GjT 0000, Figure 5 b. Connect any of the two monitor ports on the back of the DVD player directly to the Movies 2 Go headrest hoods Model MMH56 B/T/G. This is plug and play, power, audio, video and IR signals are supplied in one DIN cable. c. If your TV has an S Video input connector, connect the DVD Player using the S-VIDEO connector. This connection will have a better picture. Refer to the owner’s manual supplied with the TV to be used. d. Using the supplied adapter (Part Number DVRCA) the monitor port can be connected to any monitor. 5. Connecting an External Source To connect a video game or another audio/video source, just plug the AN output jacks of the source into the matching color- coded AN input jacks on the front of the DVD player. The front inputs take priority over the DVD player. G. Playing a DVD After connecting power to the unit, press the power button on the main unit momentarily. The power light will increase in brightness. Insert the disc into the slot on the front of the unit, the unit will load the disc and start playing automatically; if there’s a disc inside the unit, press the POWER button, the unit will start playing automatically. 8

****** Page 10 ****** 1. Basic Operation POWER EJECT PLAY SLOW PAUSE STOP NEXT PREVIOUS FORWARD REVERSE UP/DOWN/LEFT [RIGHT ENTER NUMBERS RETURN MENU REPEAT DISPLAY ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO ZOOM SETUP Turn the unit on/off Eject/load the disc Start Play/Execute item or setting Play at 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 times speed Still Picture (1 time) Stop at the present playing point / (2 times) Stop playing Go to the next chapter, track or scene dur- ing play back Go back to the preceding chapter, track or scene during play back Scan forward at 2, 4, 8, or 16 times speed Scan backward at 2, 4, 8, or 16 times speed Used for Menu Navigation Execute item or setting Select item or setting Return Display the root menu of the disc Repeat playing title, chapter, or track Repeat a specific portion from point A to point B of the disc Display information (title, chapter, track, time, etc.). Change the angles on the scene Select the subtitle language and turn it on/ off Select the audio language Enlarge an image to 2, 3, or 4 times the original Display the setup menu to select and set items, and exit the setup menu. 9

****** Page 11 ****** 2. MENU A DVD is divided into sections called titles and chapters. When you play a DVD, a root menu of the disc will appear on the screen of your TV or Monitor. The contents of the menu vary from disc to disc. Press MENU during playing to display the menu, and press ENTER or PLAY to start playing. Some DVDs only allow you to select disc playback options using the DVD menu. 3. DISPLAY (Display contents vary from disc to disc.) 1) PLAYING TIMEAND REMAINING TIME a. During playback press ‘DISPLAY’ to display the current Title Number (1 ), the total Number of Titles (2), the current Chapter Number (3), the total Number of Chapters (4), and the Playing Time for the title (5). The heading will disappear automatically after 3 seconds if no buttons are pressed. 5 TITLE ELAPSED TT 02117 2 3 4 Title, Chapter Number, and Time Screen Display b. Press ‘DISPLAY’ again to display the Remaining Time of the title. The heading will disappear automatically in about 3 seconds. TITLE REMAIN TTOi’01 CH Title Remaining Time Screen Display 10

****** Page 12 ****** c. d. e. Press ‘DISPLAY’ the 3rd time to display the Elapsed Time for the chapter. The heading will disappear automatically in about 3 seconds. CHAPTER ELAPSED TTOOOI CH 02/17 Chapter Elapsed Time Screen Display Press ‘DISPLAY’ the 4th time to display the Remaining Time for the chapter. The heading will disappear automatically after 3 seconds. CHAPTER REMAIN Chapter Remaining Time Screen Display Press ‘DISPLAY’ a 5th time to exit. 2) ANGLE During playback of a disc, press ‘ANGLE’ to display the available angles for discs containing multi-angles*, with the current angle number (1) and the total number of angles (2) displaying. Press ‘ANGLE’ to select another angle, then press again to exit and return to the normal viewing angle. The angle display will disap- pear automatically if the ‘ANGLE’ button is not pressed again within 3 seconds. *NOTE: Not all discs contain this feature 11

****** Page 13 ****** Angle Screen Display 3) SUBTITLE During disc playback press ‘SUBTITLE’ to select the subtitle lan- guage you desire* , with the current Subtitle Language Number (1) and the total Number of Subtitle Languages (2) displayed. If there are multiple languages press ‘SUBTITLE’ again to select another subtitle language. To turn subtitles OFF, press the ‘SUB- TITLE’ button until ‘SUBTITLE OFF’ is displayed. The Subtitle display will disappear automatically if the ‘SUBTITLE’ button is not pressed again within 3 seconds. TTOi/t1 CH SUBTITLE Subtitle Screen Display *Some DVDs only allow access to this function through the DVD setup menu. 12

****** Page 14 ****** 4) AUDIO During playback press ‘AUDIO’ to select the audio language you desire*, with the current Audio Channel Number (1) and the total number of Audio Channels (2) displayed. Press AUDIO again to select another audio language. The audio display will disappear automatically if the ‘AUDIO’ button is not pressed again for 3 seconds. AUDIO 112:AC3 saCH 1 Audio Language Screen Display *Some DVDs only allow access to this function through the DVD menu. 5) ZOOM During playback press ‘ZOOM’ to enlarge the picture by 2X, 3X, or 4X with the current zoom multiple (1) displaying. Press ‘UP/ DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT’ to move the picture. Press ‘ZOOM’ again to select another zoom multiple or until ZOOM OFF is displayed and the picture will return to normal size. The zoom display will disappear automatically if the ‘ZOOM’ button is not pressed within 3 seconds. TTO%OI CH 02/17 ZOOM Screen Display 13

****** Page 15 ****** 6) A-B REPEAT a. b. c. During playback press ‘A-B’ to set the Starting Point A. TTOIJOI CH02t’7 A-B Repeat Starting Point Screen Display Press ‘A-B’ to set the Ending Point B and the player will re- peatedly play the part between Point A and Point B. A-B Repeat Ending Point Screen Display Press ‘A-B’ a 3rd time to Cancel A-B Repeat. Normal play back will resume from Point A. A-B Repeat Cancelled Screen Display 14

****** Page 16 ****** 7) REPEAT a. b. c. During playback press ‘REPEAT’ once to repeatedly play the current chapter. IT 01+31 CHü2i17 CI-V•PTER Chapter Repeat ON Screen Display During playback press ‘ REPEAT’ again to repeatedly play the current title. IT 01+31 CHü2,i17 TITLE Title Repeat ON Screen Display During playback press ‘REPEAT’ a 3rd time to repeat all Chapters and Titles. The ‘REPEAT function will remain on- screen. CIA 02117 e,) ALL Repeat OFF Screen Display 15

****** Page 17 ****** 4. PLAYINGAUDIO CDS When playing an audio CD, the DISPLAY Banner appears automatically. It displays the current track and the amount of the time for that track playing, the total amount of time on the disc and the current time running on the disc. Press the DISPLAY button on the remote to display the DISPLAY Banner. The options below show you what happens when you press the DISPLAY button. a. b. During playback press ‘DISPLAY’ once and SINGLE ELAPSED will appear along with the current track playing and the time of that track. SINGLE ELAPSED TRACK •1.124 ao:co SINGLE ELAPSED Screen Display Press ‘DISPLAY’ twice and SINGLE REMAIN appears along with the current track playing the and the amount of time left. SINGLE REMAN TRACK oo:co SINGLE REMAIN Screen Display 16

****** Page 18 ****** c. d. e. Press ‘DISPLAY’ three times and TOTAL ELAPSED appears along with the current track playing and the total time that the CD has been playing. I-I A1-IS’-I] TRACK TOTAL ELAPSED Screen Display Press ‘DISPLAY’ four times and TOTAL REMAIN appears along with the current track playing and the amount of time remaining on the CD. TOTAL TRACK 1124 00:00 TOTAL REMAIN Screen Display Press ‘DISPLAY’ a fifth time and “DISPLAY OFF” will appear momentarily then disappear. The CD time Information will not be displayed. 1) USING THE REPEAT FEA TURE The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT consecutively changes the repeat options: REP-ONE- repeats the track that is playing. REP-ALL- repeats the disc that is playing. REPEAT OFF- resume norma playback. As you toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The selected repeat option loops repeatedly until you tum it off.

****** Page 19 ****** 5. PLAYING MP3 DISCS MP3 is a format for storing digital audio. An audio CD-quality song is compressed into the MP3 format with very little loss of audio quality while taking up much less disc space. CD-R /RW discs that have been encoded in MP3 format are compatible with this system. Playback modes: FOLDER (normal playback) REPEAT FOLDER (repeat playback of a specific folder) REPEAT ONE (repeat playback of a song) SINGLE (playback of a song only one time) SHUFFLE (random playback) 1. Insert an MP3 CD, the DVD video player will initialize the disc and the directory (folder) will be shown on the TV screen. MENU SCREEN DISPLAY When an MP3 disc is inserted into the unit, the menu screen appears automatically. You can use the menu screen to change folders and songs. The system plays the songs in the order they were burned onto the disc. 1. Press the A or V button to choose a folder from the folder list on the left side of the screen. 2. Press the Right ( > ) button to enter the track list. 3. Press ENTER to select the highlighted folder the songs available in that folder will be listed on the right side of the screen. 4. Press the A or V button to choose a song from the list. Press ENTER to select and begin playback of the high- lighted song. 18

****** Page 20 ****** SKIPPING SONGS Use the ( NEXT ) button to move to the next song. Use the 144 (PREVIOUS) button to move to the beginning of the song currently playing. Press the 1•« (PREVIOUS) button again to move to the beginning of the previous song. USING THE REPEAT FEATURE The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT consecutively changes the repeat options: SINGLE REPEAT ONE REPEAT FOLDER Pressing REPEAT the 3rd time, resume normal playback. As you toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The selected repeat option loops repeatedly until you tum it off. SELECTING A PLAY MODE The FOLDER play mode is the default. To access the play mode options, press STOP if the disc is playing. Press the right arrow button until the PLAY MODE option is highlighted. Use the up or down arrow to choose an option. The play mode options are: SINGLE: Play a selected song. REP ONE: Repeats the song that is playing. FOLDER: Plays the folder in the order the songs were recorded. REPEAT FOLDER: Repeats the folder that is playing. SHUFFLE: Plays the songs in random order (from within the selected folder) DISPLAYING THE TIME ELAPSEDAND TIME REMAINING Press the ‘DISPLAY’ button on the remote to display disc information. The options below show you what happens when you press the ‘DISPLAY’ button. 19

****** Page 21 ****** a) Press ‘DISPLAY’ once, and “SINGLE ELAPSED” will appear along with the amount of time the song has been playing. The actual amount of time the disc has been playing will be displayed on-screen. .1 L.IVJUWWUU Figure 38. SINGLE ELAPSED Screen Display b) Press ‘DISPLAY’ a Second time and “SINGLE REMAIN” will appear along with the amount of time left in the song that is playing. The amount of time remaining will be displayed on-screen. .7 .4 Figure 39. SINGLE REMAIN Screen Display 20

****** Page 22 ****** 6. SETUP (The contents vary from disc to disc.) Press ‘SETUP ‘to display the Main screen of the SETUP Menu on the screen. Press ‘SETUP ‘again to exit the SETUP Menu and the unit will resume it’s last playback or stop mode. SETUP MENU PAGE ØENEMLSETUP EXIT SETUP Main SETUP Menu Screen 1) Select ‘GENERAL SETUP’ using the UP/DOWN buttons, then press ‘ENTER’ to enter the GENERAL setup screen. GENERAL PAGE NORMAL I’ PS SET General SETUP Menu Screen a. Select TV DISPLAY using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT to enter the submenu. Select the TV display mode on the screen using UP/DOWN, and press ENTER to confirm the setting. Press LEFT to return. * NORMAL/PS: When the player is connected to a normal TV, and a wide picture is shown on the full screen. * NORMAL/LB: When the player is connected to a normal TV, and a wide picture is shown on the screen, with a black strip at both the top and bottom of the screen. 21

****** Page 23 ****** * WIDE: When the player is connected to a wide screen TV, a wide picture is shown on the full screen. b. Select ‘ANGLE MARK’ using UP/DOWN, and then press the RIGHT button to enter the submenu. Choose Angle Mark on or off using the UP/DOWN and then press ENTER to con- firm the setting. Press the LEFT button to return. MARK. ANGLE MARK Screen Display * ON: The screen will show angle mark. (If angle option is available) * OFF: The screen will not display the Angle Mark. c. Select ‘MAIN PAGE’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ENTER to return to the main page. *NOTE: The AVD300 will enter the Screen Saver mode after 5 minutes if the image on the screen remains the same for more than 5 minutes. 22

****** Page 24 ****** 2) When there’s no disc inside the player, select ‘PREFERENCES’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ‘ENTER’ to enter the prefer- ences page. – PREFERENCPS — .xucma €1 SUBTITLE L}I.S••..: WENW PARENTAL ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH a. b. – PACE pacrcn.nco LANGI.J.AC.C AUDIO Preference Screen Display Select ‘AUDIO’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ‘RIGHT’ to enter the submenu. Select the audio language you desire using UP/DOWN, and then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the setting. Press LEFT to return. Select ‘SUBTITLE’ using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT to enter the submenu. Select the desired subtitle language or SUBTITLE OFF using UP/DOWN, and then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the setting. Press ‘LEFT’ to return. FRENCH or-F SUBTITLE Preference Screen Display 23

****** Page 25 ****** c. Select ‘DISC MENU’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ‘RIGHT’ to enter the submenu. Select the Disc Menu Language you desire using UP/DOWN, then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the setting. Press ‘LEFT’ to return. *liu o.sc PACE FRENCH SPANISH CHINESE PREFERRED MENU L’NCUAGE DISC MENU Preference Screen Display Note: Language and subtitle selection is only available for discs that are recorded in the above listed languages. Ifthe selected, language is not available, the player will play and display on the screen the original recorded language contained in the disc. d. Select ‘PARENTAL’ using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT to enter the submenu. – pgcrcncracco — PARENTAL PACE SET SPGR PARENTAL Preference Screen Display Select the parental level you desire using UP/DOWN for discs with lock-out function or multiple rating levels. It is listed from the lowest level (1 Child) to the highest level (8 Adult). Press ENTER’ to enter the Password Verify Page. 24

****** Page 26 ****** mcc OLO PASSWORD PLEASE ENTER. an msswran PASSWORD VERIFY Input Screen Display Enter a 4 digit password, then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the parental level setting. NOTE: For 1st time use, the default password is 3308. e. Select ‘PASSWORD’ using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT to enter the submenu. k: DEFAULTS MAN PACE PASSWORD CHANGE Screen Display Press ‘ENTER’ to enter the Password Change Page. Input the Old Password or the Default Password, the New Pass- word, and the Confirmed New Password. Press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the change. mezwono LANGE PACC PASSWORO • x xxx PASSWORLI : PASSWORD CHANGE PAGE Screen Display 25

****** Page 27 ****** NOTE: The Default Password is 3308. This password is al- ways effective even after you have selected your own pass- word and changed it. To avoid others from using the default password to set the parental level and change the password, you can record this default password in another area and delete it from this manual. Some discs can be limited depending on the age of users while some discs can not. f. Select ‘DEFAULTS’ using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT to enter the submenu. Press ENTER to make the setting re- turn to the factory-set mode. *The parental setting is not affected by the default function. •iku PACE I-aøn DEFAULT PRESET Screen Display g. Select ‘MAIN PAGE’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ENTER to return to the main page. Press SETUP to exit the MAIN PAGE – rncrcncr•cca *iiu *FAULTS PREFERENCE MAIN Page Screen Display 26

****** Page 28 ****** l. Specification Compatible with disc format DVD / CD / MP3 Signal format system DVD Video format Video output Audio output Signal-to-noise ratio Harmonic distortion Dynamic range Wow and flutter Power source Power consumption Operating temperature Storage temperature Operating humidity Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight NTSC Horizontal 720 pixel, vertical 480 pixel (NTSC) 1.0 Vp-p/75 Ohm 1.8 V to 2.2 V More than 75 dB Less than 75 dB More than 85 dB Beyond measurable Limits DC 12 v Less than IW in standby mode; and less than 12W when operating OOC (320F) to +400C (1040F) -200C (-40F) to +600C (1400F) 7.45 x 6.70 x 2.05 inches (189 x 170 x 52 mm) 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg) 27

****** Page 29 ****** 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY Applies to Audiovox Mobile Video Products AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser ofthis product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company’s option) without charge for parts and repair labor. To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address shown below. This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, discs, speakers, accesso- ries, or vehicle electrical systems. This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper instal- lation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement ofthe factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACE- MENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT. This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. U.S.A. : AEC 150 MARCUS BLVD., HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK 11788 • 1-800-645-4994 CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING YOUR AREA 128-5495C

****** Page 30 ****** For Customer $ervic.e Visit Our Website At audiovox.com Product Information. Photos. FAQs Owner’s Manuals 0 2003 Audiovox Electronics Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, N.Y. 11788 128-6679A


FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE – USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE – OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE – REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE – INSTRUCTION MANUAL

AUDIOVOX AVD300 (01) PDF MANUAL

Leave a comment, question, review or page error below.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.