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PDF Content Summary: AVH-X490BS AVH-X390BS DVD RDS AV RECEIVER RÉCEPTEUR A/V RDS DVD RADIO AV RDS CON DVD Important (Serial number) The serial number is located on the bottom of this unit. For your own security and convenience, be sure to record this number on the enclosed warranty card. Important (numéro de série) Le numéro de série se trouve sous cet appareil. Pour votre sécurité et votre commodité, pensez à inscrire ce numéro sur la carte de garantie fournie. Importante (Número de serie) El número de serie está ubicado en la parte inferior de esta unidad. Para su seguridad y comodidad, asegúrese de registrar este número en la tarjeta de garantía incluida. E n g l i s h F r a n ç a i s E s p a ñ o l Owner’s Manual Manuel du propriétaire Manual de Instrucciones

Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instruc tions, keep this document in a safe place for future reference. Important The screens shown in the examples may differ from actual screens, which may be changed without notice for performance and function improvements. ■Precaution..........................4 Information to User ..........................................4 Important safety information ............................5 Parking brake interlock.....................................5 When using a display connected to V OUT ......5 To avoid battery exhaustion..............................5 Rear view camera ............................................5 Handling the USB connector............................6 Failure to operate.............................................6 Visit our website...............................................6 Protecting the LCD panel and screen...............6 Notes on internal memory................................6 About this manual ............................................6 Use and care of the remote control ..................6 ■Basic operation..................7 Checking part names and functions.................7 Remote control ................................................7 Notes on using the LCD panel .........................8 Adjusting the LCD panel angle.........................8 Inserting/ejecting/connecting media.................8 On first-time startup .........................................8 How to use the screens..................................10 Supported AV source.....................................11 Displaying the AV operation screen................11 Selecting a source .........................................11 Changing the display order of sources ...........11 Using the touch panel ....................................11 ■Registration and connection of Bluetooth® device ...............................12 2 Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen...................12 Registering your Bluetooth devices................12 Connecting a registered Bluetooth device manually ...................................................12 Switching visibility ..........................................13 Entering the PIN code for Bluetooth wireless connection ................................................13 Displaying the device information...................13 Clearing the Bluetooth memory......................13 Updating Bluetooth software..........................13 Displaying the Bluetooth software version......13 Switching the connected Bluetooth device.....13 ■Hands-free phoning.........14 Displaying the Phone menu screen................14 Making a phone call .......................................14 Receiving a phone call...................................15 Minimizing the dial confirmation screen .........15 Changing the phone settings .........................15 Using the voice recognition function (for iPhone) .....................................................15 Setting phone book auto synchronization ......15 Notes for hands-free phoning.........................15 ■Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone......................16 The basic flow of iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup.........................................................16 Setting the device connection method............16 iPod compatibility ...........................................16 Android™ device compatibility.........................16 Information on the connections and functions for each device..........................................17 ■Radio ................................18 Starting procedure .........................................18 Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies ...............................................18 Tuning into strong frequencies .......................18 ■Disc...................................19 Starting procedure .........................................20 Selecting files from the file name list ..............20 Switching the media file type..........................20 Searching for the part you want to play ..........20 Operating the DVD menu ...............................20 Switching the subtitle/audio language............20 Operating the DVD menu using touch panel keys ..........................................................20 ■ Compressed files.............21 Starting procedure (for Disc)..........................23 Starting procedure (for USB)..........................23 Operations common to all file types ...............23 Audio file operations.......................................23 Still image file operations ...............................24 ■iPod ..................................24 Connecting your iPod.....................................25 Starting procedure .........................................25 Selecting song or video sources from the playlist screen ...........................................25 Using this product’s iPod function from your iPod...........................................................26 Selecting a song from the list related to the song currently playing (link search)...........26 ■AppRadioOne ..................26 Using AppRadioOne ......................................26 Using the audio mix function ..........................27 ■Pandora® ..........................27 Pandora operations........................................28 Starting procedure .........................................28 Selecting a Pandora station from the list ........28 Adding a station .............................................28 Storing the preset stations .............................29 ■Spotify®.............................29 Using Spotify with your Pioneer car audio/ video .........................................................30 Starting procedure .........................................30 Selecting a track or station from the list..........31 ■Bluetooth audio player....31 Starting procedure .........................................31 Selecting files from the file name list ..............32 ■SiriusXM® Satellite Radio ................................32 SiriusXM tuner operations..............................33 Starting procedure .........................................33 Selecting a channel from a list of all channels ...................................................33 Selecting a channel from the category list......33 Switching the displayed list ............................33 Setting TuneStart™ .........................................33 Using TuneScan™...........................................33 Using category scan ......................................34 Using TuneMix™ .............................................34 About SmartFavorites ....................................34 Using iTunes Tagging .....................................34 Activating the Traffic & Weather Now..............34 Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen ......34 Using SportsFlash™ list..................................34 Using Featured Favorites Band......................35 Restoring the “SiriusXM Settings” to the default.......................................................35 ■AUX source ......................36 Starting procedure .........................................36 Setting the video signal..................................36 ■AV input............................36 Starting procedure .........................................36 Setting the video signal..................................36 ■MIXTRAX ..........................37 MIXTRAX operation.......................................37 MIXTRAX EZ operation..................................37 Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen ....37 Setting the flash pattern .................................38 ■System settings...............38 Displaying the “System” setting screen ..........38 Setting Bluetooth audio source activation ......38 Setting Spotify source activation ....................38 Setting the ever scroll.....................................38 Setting the beep tone.....................................38 Setting the auto audio mix function ................38 Setting AppRadioOne Sound.........................38 Setting the rear view camera..........................38 Setting the demo mode..................................39 Selecting the system language ......................39 Setting the keyboard language with the application for iPhone................................39 Adjusting the response positions of the touch panel (touch panel calibration)..................39 Setting the dimmer.........................................40 Adjusting the picture ......................................40 Displaying the firmware version .....................40 Displaying the open source licenses ..............40 Updating firmware..........................................41 ■Audio adjustments ..........41 Displaying the “Audio” setting screen .............41 Using fader/balance adjustment.....................41 Switching sound muting/attenuation ..............41

Contents Adjusting source levels ..................................41 Using the auto level control ............................41 Adjusting loudness.........................................41 Setting the subwoofer output..........................42 Adjusting the cutoff frequency value ..............42 Switching the rear speaker output..................42 Using BASS Boost .........................................42 Selecting the listening position.......................42 Adjusting the speaker output levels finely.......42 Adjusting the time alignment..........................42 Switching the time alignment preset...............43 Using the equalizer ........................................43 Adjusting the equalizer curve automatically (Auto EQ)..................................................43 Saving the sound settings ..............................44 Loading the sound settings ............................44 ■Theme menu ....................45 Selecting the background display...................45 Setting the illumination color ..........................45 Selecting the theme color...............................45 Selecting the clock image ..............................45 ■Setting up the video player................................46 Setting the top-priority languages ..................46 Setting the angle icon display.........................46 Setting the aspect ratio ..................................46 Setting parental lock ......................................46 Displaying your DivX VOD registration code..........................................................47 Displaying your DivX VOD deregistration code..........................................................47 Automatic playback of DVDs ..........................47 Setting the video signal for the rear view camera......................................................47 ■Favorite menu..................48 Creating a shortcut ........................................48 Selecting a shortcut .......................................48 Removing a shortcut......................................48 ■Common operations........48 Setting the time and date ...............................48 Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging)....................................................48 Setting the “Sound Retriever” function............49 Changing the wide screen mode....................49 ■Other functions................49 Restoring this product to the default settings .....................................................49 ■Connection.......................50 Precautions....................................................50 Precautions before connecting the system.....50 Before installing this product ..........................50 To prevent damage ........................................50 Notice for the blue/white lead .........................51 This product...................................................51 Power cord.....................................................51 Speaker leads................................................51 Power amp (sold separately)..........................52 iPhone and smartphone.................................52 iPhone with Lightning connector ....................52 iPhone with 30-pin connector.........................53 Android device ...............................................53 Camera..........................................................53 External video component and the display.....54 ■Installation .......................54 Precautions before installation .......................54 Before installing .............................................54 Installation notes............................................54 Installation using the screw holes on the side of this product ...............................................55 Installing the microphone ...............................55 Mounting on the sun visor..............................55 Installation on the steering column.................55 Adjusting the microphone angle.....................56 ■Appendix..........................56 Troubleshooting .............................................56 Error messages .............................................57 Handling and care of discs.............................59 Playable discs ................................................60 Detailed information for playable media .........60 Bluetooth .......................................................63 SiriusXM® satellite radio.................................63 WMA..............................................................63 FLAC..............................................................63 DivX...............................................................63 AAC ...............................................................63 Android™ ........................................................63 Detailed information regarding connected iPod devices......................................................63 Using app-based connected content..............64 Pandora®........................................................64 Spotify® ..........................................................64 Notice regarding video viewing ......................64 Notice regarding DVD-Video viewing .............64 Notice regarding MP3 file usage ....................64 Using the LCD screen correctly......................65 Specifications.................................................65

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Precaution Information to User  MODEL NO. : AVH-X490BS, AVH-X390BS Contains FCC ID : AJDK071  This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of this device.  The Bluetooth antenna cannot be removed (or replaced) by user.  This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that are deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption ratio (SAR).  This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.  Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the user’s right to operate the equipment.  NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:  Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.  Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.  Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit differ ent from that to which the receiver is connected.  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV techni cian for help. CAUTION: USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENT OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. CAUTION: THE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL INCREASE EYE HAZARD. CAUTION This product is a Class 1 laser product classified under the Safety of laser products, IEC 60825-1:2007, and contains a class 1M laser module. To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. CAUTION—CLASS 1M VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. The Safety of Your Ears is in Your Hands Get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level— a level that lets the sound come through clearly without annoy ing blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Sound can be deceiving. Over time, your hearing “comfort level” adapts to higher volumes of sound, so what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. ESTABLISH A SAFE LEVEL:  Set your volume control at a low setting.  Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, without distortion.  Once you have established a comfortable sound level, set the dial and leave it there. BE SURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:  Do not turn up the volume so high that you can’t hear what’s around you.  Use caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.

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Precaution  Do not use headphones while operating a motorized vehicle; the use of headphones may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. Important safety information WARNING Do not ingest the battery, Chemical Burn Hazard (The remote control supplied with) This product contains a coin/ button cell battery. If the coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and can lead to death. Keep new and used batteries away from children. If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention. WARNING  Do not attempt to install or service this product by yourself. Installation or servicing of this product by persons without training and experience in electronic equipment and automotive accessories may be dangerous and could expose you to the risk of electric shock, injury or other hazards.  Do not allow this product to come into contact with liquids. Electrical shock could result. Also, damage to the product, smoke, and overheating could result from contact with liquids.  If liquid or foreign matter should get inside this product, park your vehicle in a safe place, turn the ignition switch off (ACC OFF) immediately and consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station. Do not use this product in this condition because doing so may result in a fire, electric shock, or other failure.  If you notice smoke, a strange noise or odor from this product, or any other abnormal signs on the LCD screen, turn off the power immediately and consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station. Using this product in this condition may result in permanent damage to the system.  Do not disassemble or modify this product, as there are high-voltage components inside which may cause an electric shock. Be sure to consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station for internal inspection, adjustments or repairs. Before using this product, be sure to read and fully understand the following safety information:  Do not operate this product, any applications, or the rear view camera option (if purchased) if doing so will divert your attention in any way from the safe operation of your vehicle. Always observe safe driving rules and follow all existing traffic regulations. If you experience difficulty in operating this product or reading the display, park your vehicle in a safe location and apply the parking brake before making the necessary adjustments.  Never set the volume of this product so high that you cannot hear outside traffic and emergency vehicles.  To promote safety, certain functions are disabled unless the vehicle is stopped and/or the parking brake is applied.  Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating proce dures and safety information.  Do not install this product where it may (i) obstruct the driver’s vision, (ii) impair the performance of any of the vehicle’s operating systems or safety features, including air bags or hazard lamp buttons or (iii) impair the driver’s ability to safely operate the vehicle.  Please remember to fasten your seat belt at all times while operating your vehicle. If you are ever in an accident, your injuries can be considerably more severe if your seat belt is not properly buckled.  Never use headphones while driving. CAUTION This product is evaluated in moderate and tropical climate condition under the Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus - Safety requirements, IEC 60065. Parking brake interlock Certain functions (such as viewing of video image and certain touch panel key operations) offered by this product could be dangerous (possibly resulting in serious injury or death) and/ or unlawful if used while driving. To prevent such functions from being used while the vehicle is in motion, there is an interlock system that senses when the parking brake is set and when the vehicle is moving. If you attempt to use the functions described above while driving, they will become disabled until you stop the vehicle in a safe place, and (1) apply the parking brake, (2) release the parking brake, and then (3) apply the parking brake again. Please keep the brake pedal pushed down before releas ing the parking brake. To ensure safe driving WARNING  LIGHT GREEN LEAD AT POWER CONNECTOR IS DESIGNED TO DETECT PARKED STATUS AND MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE POWER SUPPLY SIDE OF THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH. IMPROPER CONNECTION OR USE OF THIS LEAD MAY VIOLATE APPLICABLE LAW AND MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DAMAGE.  Do not take any steps to tamper with or disable the parking brake interlock system which is in place for your protection. Tampering with or disabling the parking brake interlock system could result in serious injury or death.  To avoid the risk of damage and injury and the potential violation of applicable laws, this product is not for use with a video image that is visible to the driver.  In some countries the viewing of video image on a display inside a vehicle even by persons other than the driver may be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they must be obeyed. If you attempt to watch video image while driving, the warning “Viewing of front seat video source while driving is strictly prohibited.” will appear on the screen. To watch video image on this display, stop the vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Please keep the brake pedal pushed down before releasing the parking brake. When using a display con nected to V OUT The video output terminal (V OUT) is for connection of a display to enable passengers in the rear seats to watch video images. WARNING NEVER install the rear display in a location that enables the driver to watch video images while driving. To avoid battery exhaustion Be sure to run the vehicle engine while using this product. Using this product without running the engine can drain the battery. WARNING Do not install this product in a vehicle that does not have an ACC wire or circuitry available. Rear view camera With an optional rear view camera, you are able to use this product as an aid to keep an eye on trailers, or backing into a tight parking spot. 5 Precaution WARNING  SCREEN IMAGE MAY APPEAR REVERSED.  USE INPUT ONLY FOR REVERSE OR MIRROR IMAGE REAR VIEW CAMERA. OTHER USE MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DAMAGE. CAUTION The rear view mode is to use this product as an aid to keep an eye on the trailers, or while backing up. Do not use this function for entertainment purposes. Handling the USB connector CAUTION  To prevent data loss and damage to the storage device, never remove it from this product while data is being transferred.  Pioneer cannot guarantee compatibility with all USB mass storage devices and assumes no responsibility for any loss of data on media players, iPhone, smartphone, or other devices while using this product. 1 Register your product. 2 Receive updates on the latest products and technologies. 3 Download owner’s manuals, order product catalogs, research new products, and much more. 4 Receive notices of software upgrades and software updates. Protecting the LCD panel and screen  Do not expose the LCD screen to direct sunlight when this product is not used. This may result in LCD screen malfunc tion due to the resulting high temperatures.  When using a cellular phone, keep the antenna of the cel lular phone away from the LCD screen to prevent disruption of the video in the form of spots, colored stripes, etc.  To protect the LCD screen from damage, be sure to touch the touch panel keys only with your finger and do so gently. Notes on internal memory Before removing the vehicle battery 1 Turn the ignition switch OFF. 2 Press the RESET button with a pen tip or other pointed implement.  Refer to Checking part names and functions on page 7 Settings and recorded contents are reset to the factory settings. About this manual This manual uses diagrams of actual screens to describe opera tions. However, the screens on some units may not match those shown in this manual depending on the model used. Meanings of Symbols Used in This Manual X0000BT This indicates model name that are supported the described operations. This indicates to touch an appropriate soft key on the touch screen. This indicates to touch and hold an appropri

Failure to operate After-sales service for Pioneer products Please contact the dealer or distributor from which you  Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be reset. Data subject to erasure The information is erased by disconnecting the yellow lead from the battery (or removing the battery itself). HOLD ate soft key on the touch screen. This indicates that there is a reference or supplementary for the key or screen.

purchased the product for after-sales service (including warranty conditions) or any other information. In case the necessary information is not available, please contact the companies listed below. Please do not ship your product to the companies at the addresses listed below for repair without making advance contact.  USA Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. CUSTOMER SUPPORT DIVISION P.O. Box 1760 Long Beach, CA 90801-1760 800-421-1404 For warranty information, please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product. Visit our website Visit us at the following site: pioneerelectronics.com  Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be reset. Resetting the microprocessor CAUTION Pressing the RESET button resets settings and recorded contents to the factory settings.  Do not perform this operation when a device is connected to this product.  Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be reset. The microprocessor must be reset under the following conditions:  Prior to using this product for the first time after installation.  If this product fails to operate properly.  If there appears to be problems with the operation of the system.  If your vehicle position is shown on the map with a signifi cant positioning error. Use and care of the remote control Installing the battery Slide the tray on the back of the remote control out and insert the battery with the plus (+) and minus (–) poles aligned properly.  When using for the first time, pull out the film protruding from the tray.

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WARNING  Do not ingest the battery, Chemical Burn Hazard. Checking part names and functions 1 LCD screen 2 Volume (+/–) button

 This product, including the supplied remote control, contains a coin/button cell battery. If the coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just two hours and can lead to death.  Keep new or used batteries out of the reach of children. If the battery is swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, consult a doctor immediately. X490BS 3 DISP button On the AV operation screen, press to turn the display off. On the Application screen or navigation mode, press to display the side control bar. Press and hold to turn the display off. p When the display is turned off, touch the screen to revert to the original screen.

 If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children.  Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. 4 button Press to display the top menu screen. Press and hold to activate the voice recogni tion function.  Refer to Using the voice recognition func tion (for iPhone) on page 15

CAUTION  Remove the battery if the remote control is not used for a month or longer.  There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.  Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.  Do not store the battery with metallic objects.  If the battery leaks, wipe the remote control completely clean and install a new battery.  When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public institutions’ rules that apply in your country/area.  “Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply. See dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. (Applicable to California, U.S.A.)” Using the remote control 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X390BS 5 MODE button 6 TRK ( / ) button 7 button 8 RESET button 9 Disc loading slot Press to switch between the Application screen and the AV operation screen. Press and hold to switch to the camera view mode. Press to return to the previous track (chapter) or go to the next track (chapter). Press and hold to perform fast reverse or fast forward. Press to answer or end a call.  Refer to Resetting the microprocessor on page 6  Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on page 8 Point the remote control in the direction of the front panel to operate.  The remote control may not function properly in direct 8 sunlight. Important 2  Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or 345 7 9 1 Remote control 1 2 3 8 a

7 direct sunlight.  Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the brake or gas pedal. 6 4 5 9 6 b c

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Basic operation 1 Volume (+/–) 2 MODE Press to switch between the Application screen and the AV operation screen. Press and hold to switch to the camera view mode. 3 SRC Press to cycle through all the available sources. Press and hold to turn the source off. Notes on using the LCD panel WARNING Do not use with the LCD panel left open. It may result in injury in the event of an accident. CAUTION  Keep hands and fingers clear of this product when Ejecting a disc X490BS 1 Press the button. 2 Touch to open the LCD panel. 3 Remove the disc, and press the button. Inserting a disc

4 TOP MENU Returns to the top menu during DVD playback. opening, closing, or adjusting the LCD panel. Be especially cautious of children’s hands and fingers. X390BS

5 MENU Displays the DVD menu during DVD playback.  Do not open or close the LCD panel by force. It may cause 1 Insert a disc into the disc-loading slot.

6 Thumb pad 7 MUTE 8 AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE 9 BAND/ ESC Selects a menu on the DVD menu. Changes the audio language, subtitle lan guage or viewing angle during DVD playback. Selects the tuner band when tuner is selected as a source. Cancels the control mode of functions. Switches between media file types when play ing the data of Disc, USB. a malfunction.  Do not operate this product until the LCD panel has completely opened or closed. The LCD panel may stop at that angle for safety.  Do not place a glass or can on the open LCD panel. Adjusting the LCD panel angle X490BS 1 Press the button. 2 Touch or to adjust the angle of the Ejecting a disc X390BS 1 Press button to eject a disc. Plugging and unplugging a USB stor age device p This product may not achieve optimum performance with some USB storage devices.

10 RETURN Returns to the specified point and begins playback from there. 11 Pauses or resumes playback. or For audio: Press and hold to perform fast reverse or fast forward. For video: Press to perform fast reverse or fast forward. or Press to return to the previous track (chapter) or go to the next track (chapter). Press to answer or end a call. Stops playback. If you resume playback, playback will start from the point where you stopped. Touch the key again to stop playback completely. LCD panel. 3 Touch . Returns to the previous screen. Inserting/ejecting/connecting media CAUTION Do not insert anything other than a disc into the disc-loading slot. Inserting and ejecting a disc p Connection via a USB hub is not possible. p A USB cable is required for connection. 1 Pull out the plug from the USB port of the USB cable. 2 Plug a USB storage device into the USB cable. 1 2 1 USB cable

12 FOLDER/P. CH Selects the next or previous disc or folder. Recalls radio station frequencies assigned to preset channel keys. Inserting a disc X490BS 1 Press the button. 2 Touch to open the LCD panel. 3 Insert a disc into the disc-loading slot. 2 USB storage device Check that no data is being accessed before pulling out the USB storage device. On first-time startup 1 Start the engine to boot up the system. The “Select Program Language” screen appears.

8 Basic operation pFrom the second time on, the screen shown will differ depending on the previous conditions. 2 Touch the language. 3 Touch . The “Speaker Mode Settings” screen appears. 4 Touch the speaker modes.  Standard Mode 4-speaker system with front and rear speakers, or a 6-speaker system with front and rear speakers and subwoofers.  Network Mode 3-way system with a high range speaker, middle range speaker and subwoofer (low range speaker) for reproduction of high, middle and low frequencies (bands). WARNING Do not use the unit in standard mode when a speaker system for 3-way network mode is connected to this unit. This may cause damage to the speakers. 5 Touch [OK]. The “Smartphone Setup” screen appears. 6 Touch the item.  Refer to Information on the connections and functions for each device on page 17 7 Touch . The top menu screen appears. p Once the speaker mode is set, the setting cannot be changed unless this product is restored to the default settings. Restore the default settings to change the speaker mode setting. Refer to Restoring the default settings on page 49 Switching the speaker mode To change the speaker mode, you need to restore this product to the default settings. 1 Restore the default setting.  Refer to Restoring the default settings on page 49 9 Basic operationHow to use the screens

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Depending on the connection method, the "smartphone setup" screen is displayed. *4 Application operation screen Source Select Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Top menu screen *1 *2 4821 6/10 AV operation screen iPod 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC Pops

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You can control the iPhone or smartphone applications directly on this product. 9999’99” -9999’99” Phone menu screen

Recent application icons Favorite source icons *3 *5 AV source selection screen 4821 6/10 Disc Pandora AUX iPod Bluetooth SiriusXM AV Audio HD Radio Spotify Camera View Source OFF PowerOFF Phone Book abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi 3 abcdefghi... ABC A B C D E F G

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Basic operation *1 The top menu screen of this manual is the screen when using the AppRadioOne. The items displayed on the screen may vary depending on the connecting device or mode. When you connect an iPhone via Bluetooth wireless technology or a smartphone via USB cable, “Smartphone Setup” screen appears by touching [APPS]. *2 By pressing the button on any screen you can display the Top menu screen. *3 When you connect the external navigation system to this unit, the navigation mode key is displayed at the left bottom of the display. *4 By pressing the MODE button you can switch between the Application screen and the AV operation screen. *5 If you select “Power OFF”, you can turn off almost all functions. The “Power OFF” mode is released in the following cases:  An incoming call is received.  A rear view camera image is input when the vehicle reverses.  A button on this product is pressed.  The ignition switch is turned off (ACC OFF), then turned on (ACC ON). Supported AV source You can play or use the following sources with this product.  Radio  CD  ROM (compressed audio files)  DVD-Video  USB The following sources can be played back or used by connecting an auxiliary device.  iPod  Spotify®  Pandora®  Bluetooth audio  SiriusXM® Satellite Radio  AV input (AV)  AUX Displaying the AV operation screen 1 Press . 2 Touch the AV operation key. The AV operation screen appears. 1 iPod 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC Pops 99999/99999 9999’99” -9999’99” 1 Displays the source list. Selecting a source Source on the AV source selection screen 1 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 2 Touch the source icon. p When you select “Source OFF”, the AV source is turned off. Source on the source list 1 Display the source list.  Refer to Displaying the AV operation screen on page 11 2 Touch the source key. p When you select “Source OFF”, the AV source is turned off. Changing the display order of sources Changing the display order of source icons 1 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 2 Touch and hold a source icon, and drag the icon to the desired position. Changing the display order of source keys 1 Display the source list.  Refer to Displaying the AV operation screen on page 11 2 Touch . 3 Drag the source key to the desired position. Using the touch panel You can operate this product by touching the keys on the screen directly with your fingers. p To protect the LCD screen from damage, be sure to touch the screen only with your finger gently. Common touch panel keys  : Returns to the previous screen.  : Closes the screen.

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Operating list screens 1 2 Songs Bluetooth® device Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen Setting Bluetooth device auto connection

Music Video Playlist Artist Alburm Songs Podcast abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi 1 Press . 2 Touch , and then . 3 The “Bluetooth” screen appears. Registering your Bluetooth devices This function connects the last connected Bluetooth device to this product automatically as soon as the two devices are less than a few meters apart. The default setting is “On”. p If two Bluetooth devices were connected the last time, the two devices are connected to this product automatically in the order that they are registered in the device list. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.

1 Touching an item on the list allows you to narrow down the options and proceed to the next operation. 2 Appears when all characters are not displayed on the display area. If you touch the key, the rest are scrolled for display. 3 Appears when items cannot be displayed on a single page. Drag the slider bar or the list to view any hidden items. Operating the time bar 1 9999’99” -9999’99” 1 You can change the playback point by dragging the key. p Playback time corresponding to the position of the key is displayed while dragging the key. Switching the operation panel 1 Touch . The hidden function keys appears. p This key does not appear for some AV sources. 12 p If three devices are already paired, “Memory Full” is dis played. Delete a paired device first.  Refer to Deleting a registered device on page 12 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on your devices. 2 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 3 Touch [Connection]. 4 Touch . The system searches for Bluetooth devices waiting for a connec tion and displays them in the list if a device is found. 5 Touch the Bluetooth device name. After the device is successfully registered, a Bluetooth connec tion is established by the system. Once the connection is estab lished, the device name is displayed on the list. p If your device supports SSP (Secure Simple Pairing), a six digit number appears on the display of this product. Touch [Yes] to pair the device. p The Bluetooth connection can be also made by detecting this product from the Bluetooth device. Before registration, make sure that “Visibility” in the “Bluetooth” menu is set to “On”. For details on a Bluetooth device operations, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the Bluetooth device.  Refer to Switching visibility on page 13 p Two cellular phones can be connected to this product at the same time.  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 p If you try to connect an unconnected cellular phone while two cellular phones are already connected, the first one of the two connected cellular phones will be disconnected and the unconnected cellular phone will be connected instead.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Auto Connect] to switch “On” or “Off”. Deleting a registered device CAUTION Never turn this product off while the paired Bluetooth device is being deleted. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Connection]. 3 Touch . Connecting a registered Bluetooth device manually Connect the Bluetooth device manually in the following cases:  Two or more Bluetooth devices are registered, and you want to manually select the device to be used.  You want to reconnect a disconnected Bluetooth device.  Connection cannot be established automatically for some reason. 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on your devices. 2 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 3 Touch [Connection]. 4 Touch the name of the device. p To disconnect the device, touch the name of the connected device in the list.

Registration and connection of Bluetooth® device

Switching visibility This function sets whether or not to make this product visible to the other device. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Visibility] to switch “On” or “Off”. Entering the PIN code for Bluetooth wireless connection To connect your Bluetooth device to this product, you need to enter a PIN code. You can change the PIN code with this function. p The default PIN code is “0000”. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [PIN Code Input]. 3 Touch [0] to [9] to input the pin code (up to 8 -digits). 4 Touch . Displaying the device information 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Device Information]. The device name and address of the Bluetooth device on this product are displayed. Clearing the Bluetooth memory p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. CAUTION Never turn this product off while the Bluetooth memory is being cleared. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Bluetooth Memory Clear]. 3 Touch [Clear]. The confirmation screen appears. Updating Bluetooth software This function is used to update this product with the latest Bluetooth software. For details on Bluetooth software and updat ing, refer to our website. p The source is turned off and the Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the process starts. p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. p You need to store the version update file to the USB storage device in advance. CAUTION Never turn this product off and never disconnect the phone while the software is being updated. 1 Connect the USB storage device stored the ver sion update file to this unit.  Refer to Plugging and unplugging a USB storage device on page 8 2 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 3 Touch [BT Software Update]. 4 Touch [Start]. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish updating the Bluetooth software. Displaying the Bluetooth soft ware version If this product fails to operate properly, you may need to consult your dealer for repair. In such cases, perform the following procedure to check the software version on this unit. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Bluetooth Version Information]. The version of this product’s Bluetooth module appears. Switching the connected Bluetooth device After registering and connecting the Bluetooth devices to this product, you can switch among the devices using the switch devices key in the phone function and some audio sources. p You can register up to three Bluetooth devices on this product.  Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 12 p You can connect one of the registered devices to this prod uct. In cases where the registered device is equipped with a phone function, a total of two devices can be connected at the same time when using the phone function. If two of the three registered devices are already connected, you can connect the remaining third device to use the audio function only from the switch devices key on the audio source screen. p The icon for the cellular phone currently being used is displayed on the “Phone menu” screen. If you connect two cellular phones to this product at the same time, you can switch between the cellular phones using the switch devices key. The contents of the phone menu are memorized for each connected cellular phone.  Refer to Hands-free phoning on page 14 p The switch devices key will appear for some audio sources. The audio source may automatically switch to another source depending on the selected device. 13 Hands-free phoning Synchronizes the contacts on this product's phone book with the contacts on your phone manually. *5 Switches to the voice recognition function (for iPhone).  Refer to Using the voice recognition function (for iPhone) on page 15 *6 If you connect two cellular phones to this product at Calling a number in the phone book p The contacts on your phone will be automatically transferred to this product. p “Visibility” of the “Bluetooth” screen should be on.  Refer to Switching visibility on page 13

*1 *2 *3 *4 *5 Phone Book abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi 3 abcdefghi... *6 ABC A B C D E F G the same time, you can switch between the cellular phones using the switch devices key. The following items are displayed on the key.  Name of the current cellular phone  List number of the current cellular phone  Battery status of the current cellular phone  Reception status of the current cellular phone  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 CAUTION For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as much as possible while driving. To use this function you need to connect your cellular phone to p If two cellular phones are automatically connected to this product with the Bluetooth device auto connect function, the phone book of the second phone is displayed. 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch . 3 Touch the desired name on the list. 4 Touch the phone number. The dial screen appears and dialing starts. 5 Touch to end the call. Dialing from the history

Switches the search language to English or system language. *1 Switches to the preset dial screen.  Refer to Using the preset dial lists on page 14 *2 Switches to the phone book list.  Refer to Calling a number in the phone book on page 14 *3 Switches to the missed, received and dialed call lists.  Refer to Dialing from the history on page 14 *4 Switches the mode to enter the phone number directly.  Refer to Direct dialing on page 14 14 this product via Bluetooth in advance.  Refer to Registration and connection of Bluetooth® device on page 12 Displaying the Phone menu screen 1 Press . 2 Touch . The Phone menu screen appears. Making a phone call You can make a phone call in many different ways. Direct dialing 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch . 3 Touch the number keys to enter the phone number. 4 Touch to make a call. 5 Touch to end the call. p You may hear a noise when you hang up the phone. 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch . 3 Touch the item to switch the history list. The following items are available:  : Received call list  : Dialed call list  : Missed call list 4 Touch the desired entry on the list to make a call. The dial screen appears and dialing starts. 5 Touch to end the call. Using the preset dial lists Registering a phone number You can easily store up to six phone numbers per device as presets. 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch or . On the “Phone Book” screen, touch the desired name to display the contact’s phone number. Hands-free phoning 3 Touch . Dialing from the preset dial list 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch . 3 Touch the desired item. The dial screen appears and dialing starts. Receiving a phone call p When two phones are connected at the same time, if an incoming call is received on the second phone while you are talking on the first phone, the dial confirmation screen for the second phone will be displayed. 1 Touch to answer the call.  If you touch while getting a call waiting, you can switch to the talking person.  Touch to reject the call. 2 Touch to end the call. Minimizing the dial confirma tion screen p The dial confirmation screen cannot be minimized on the AV operation screen. p AV sources cannot be selected even if the dial confirmation screen is minimized while talking on the phone or receiving an incoming call. 1 Touch .  Touch to display the dial confirmation screen again. Changing the phone settings Setting auto answering You can select whether or not to answer a call automatically. The default setting is “Off”. p Even if an incoming call is received on the other connected phone while you are talking on the phone, the incoming call will not be answered automatically. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Auto Answer] to switch “On” or “Off”. Switching the ring tone You can select whether or not to use this product’s ring tone. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Ring Tone] to switch “On” or “Off”. Inverting names in the phone book You can use this function to change the order of the first and last names in the phone book. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Invert Name]. Setting the private mode During a conversation, you can switch to private mode (talk directly on your cellular phone). 1 Touch or to turn private mode on or off. p If two cellular phones are connected to this product and the first phone is set to private mode, you can receive incoming calls on the second phone while maintaining the call in prog ress on the first phone. p When two cellular phones are connected to this product and private mode of the first phone is turned off, if an incom ing call on the second phone is answered while a call is in progress on the first phone or while dialing or receiving a call on the first phone, the call, dialing, or receiving on the first phone is ended. Adjusting the other party’s listening volume This product can be adjusted to the other party’s listening volume. 1 Touch to switch between the three vol ume levels. Using the voice recognition function (for iPhone) By connecting your iPhone to this product, you can use the voice recognition function (Siri Eyes Free Mode) on this product. p When an iPhone running iOS 6.1 or higher is used, Siri Eyes Free Mode is available with this product. p In this chapter, iPhone and iPod touch will be referred to as “iPhone”. 1 Display the “Phone menu” screen.  Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 14 2 Touch . The voice recognition function launches and the voice control screen appears. p You can also launch the voice recognition function by press ing and holding . p If two cellular phones are automatically connected to this product with the Bluetooth device auto connect function, the voice recognition function (Siri Eyes Free Mode) will be set on the second phone. p If you want to use the voice recognition function (Siri Eyes Free Mode) on another connected iPhone, touch 1 2 3 to switch to the other iPhone. The iPhone that you switch to will be set as the current device. Setting phone book auto synchronization You can select whether or not to synchronize the the phone book with the contacts on your phone automatically when you con nect the phone to this product. The default setting is “Off”. 1 Display the “Bluetooth” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Bluetooth” screen on page 12 2 Touch [Phone Book Auto Synchronize] to switch “On” or “Off”. Notes for hands-free phoning General notes  Connection to all cellular phones featuring Bluetooth wire less technology is not guaranteed.  The line-of-sight distance between this product and your cellular phone must be 10 meters or less when sending and receiving voice and data via Bluetooth technology.

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Hands-free Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone

phoning  With some cellular phones, the ring sound may not be output from the speakers.  If private mode is selected on the cellular phone, hands-free phoning may be disabled. Registration and connection  Cellular phone operations vary depending on the type of cel lular phone. Refer to the instruction manual that came with your cellular phone for detailed instructions.  When phone book transfer does not work, disconnect your phone and then perform pairing again from your phone to this product. Making and receiving calls  You may hear a noise in the following situations: — When you answer the phone using the button on the phone. — When the person on the other end of the line hangs up the phone.  If the person on the other end of the line cannot hear the conversation due to an echo, decrease the volume level for hands-free phoning.  With some cellular phones, even after you press the accept button on the cellular phone when a call comes in, hands free phoning may not be performed.  The registered name will appear if the phone number is already registered in the phone book. When one phone number is registered under different names, only the phone number will be displayed. The received call and the dialed number histories  You cannot make a call to the entry of an unknown user (no phone number) in the received call history.  If calls are made by operating your cellular phone, no history data will be recorded in this product. Phone book transfers  If there are more than 1 000 phone book entries on your cel lular phone, not all entries may download completely.  Depending on the phone, this product may not display the phone book correctly.  If the phone book in the phone contains image data, the phone book may not be transferred correctly.  Depending on the cellular phone, phone book transfer may not be available. When using an iPod / iPhone or a smartphone with this product, configure the settings of this product according to the device to be connected. This section describes the settings required for each device. The basic flow of iPod / iPhone or smartphone setup 1 Select the method for connecting your device.  Refer to Setting the device connection method on page 16 2 Connect your device to this product.  Refer to Connection on page 50 3 If necessary, connect your device to this product via Bluetooth connection.  Refer to Registration and connection of Bluetooth® device on page 12 Setting the device connection method To use the application for iPhone or smartphone on this product, select the method for connecting your device. Settings are required according to the connected device. 1 Display the “System” setting screen. 2 Touch [Input/Output settings]. 3 Touch [Smartphone Setup]. 4 Touch the following settings.  Device: Select the device to be connected.  Connection / Application: Select the connection method.  Refer to Information on the connections and functions for each device on page 17 The setting will change after the following processes are automatically executed. — The source is turned off. — AppRadioOne is exited. — The smartphone connection (USB and Bluetooth) is disconnected. iPod compatibility This product supports only the following iPod models and iPod software versions. Others may not work correctly.  iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus: iOS 7.0 or later.  iPhone 3GS: iOS 6.0.1  iPod touch (4th, 5th generation): iOS 6.0.1  iPod touch (3rd generation): iOS 5.1.1  iPod touch (2nd generation): iOS 4.2.1  iPod classic 160GB (2009): Ver. 2.0.4  iPod classic 160GB (2008): Ver. 2.0.1  iPod classic 80GB: Ver. 1.1.2  iPod nano (7th generation)  iPod nano (6th generation): Ver. 1.2  iPod nano (5th generation): Ver. 1.0.2  iPod nano (4th generation): Ver. 1.0.4  iPod nano (3rd generation): Ver. 1.1.3 p You can connect and control an iPod compatible with this product by using separately sold connector cables. p Operation methods may vary depending on the iPod model and the software version. p Depending on the software version of the iPod, it may not be compatible with this product. For details about iPod compatibility with this product, refer to the information on our website. This manual applies to the following iPod models. iPod with 30-pin connector  iPhone 3GS, 4, 4s  iPod touch 2nd, 3rd, 4th generation  iPod classic 80GB, 160GB  iPod nano 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th generation iPod with Lightning connector  iPhone 6, 6 Plus  iPhone 5, 5c, 5s  iPod touch 5th generation  iPod nano 7th generation Android™ device compatibility p Operation methods may vary depending on the Android device and the software version of the Android OS. p Depending on the version of the Android OS, it may not be compatible with this product. p Compatibility with all Android devices is not guaranteed. For details about Android device compatibility with this product, refer to the information on our website.

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Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone Information on the connections and functions for each device The settings and cables required for connecting each device, and the available sources are as follows. iPod / iPhone with a 30-pin connector Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-IU201V (sold separately) When connecting via CD-IU51 (sold separately)

Smartphone Setup Device iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod Connection Wireless via BT USB USB Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required. — — Available sources iPod (audio)    iPod (video) —  — Pandora    Spotify    iPod / iPhone with a Lightning connector Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-IU52 (sold separately) Smartphone Setup Device iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod Connection Wireless via BT USB Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required. — Available sources iPod (audio)   iPod (video) — — Pandora   Spotify   AppRadioOne —  Android device Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-MU200 (sold separately) Smartphone Setup Device Others Others Application USB/MTP AppRadioOne Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required. — Available sources Pandora  — Spotify  — AppRadioOne —  When “Application” of “Smartphone Setup” is set to “AppRadioOne”. 17

Radio Displays the preset channel list. Select an item on the list ("1" to "6") to switch to the preset channel. Selects the FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM band. Radio 1 21 48 6/10 p By keeping touching and holding or , you can perform non stop seek tuning. Touch again to cancel. Starting procedure 1 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 3 Touch [Radio settings]. 4 Touch [Local]. 5 Touch the item.  Off (default): Turns the seek tuning setting off.  Level1 to Level4: Sets the level of sensitivity for FM to Level1 to Level4 (for AM Level1 or Level2). p The FM “Level4” (AM “Level2”) setting allows reception of 2 3 4 5 6 HOLD AMFM1 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcdefghi 000.00MHz Performs manual tuning. Performs seek tuning or non stop seek tuning. Releasing the key in a few seconds, skips to the nearest station from the current frequency. Keeping holding the key for a long seconds, performs non stop seek tuning. only stations with the strongest signals. 2 Touch [Radio]. The “Radio” screen appears. Storing the strongest broadcast frequencies The BSM (best stations memory) function automatically stores the six strongest broadcast frequencies under the preset tuning keys “1” to “6”. p Storing broadcast frequencies with BSM may replace those you have already saved. p Previously stored broadcast frequencies may remain stored if the number of frequencies stored has not reached the limit. 1 Touch . 2 Touch to begin a search. While the message is displayed, the six strongest broadcast frequencies will be stored under the preset tuning keys in order

HOLD Recalls the preset channel stored to a key from memory. Stores the current broadcast frequency to a key. Stores song information to an iPod.  Refer to Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on page 48 of their signal strength.  If you touch [Cancel], the storage process is canceled. Tuning into strong frequencies p This setting is available only when “Radio” is selected as the source. Local seek tuning allows you to only tune into those radio sta tions with sufficiently strong signals. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.

p By pressing or , you can also switch the preset channels. p By pressing and hold or and release, you can also perform seek tuning. 18 2 Touch [AV Source Settings].

Disc Track number indicator Audio source screen 1 Hides the touch panel keys. To display again the keys, Video source screen 2

CD 21 48 6/10 touch anywhere on the screen. DVD 21 48 6/10 Performs frame-by-frame playback.

ẂTrack 99 HOLD Performs slow-motion playback. *1 Each time you touch it changes the speed in four steps in the following Stop 99 99 L+R 01 ᵫᶓᶊᶒᶇᴾᶁᶆ ᵐᵍᵐ ᵫᵮᵣᵥᵋᵟ ᵒᵖᶉᵦᶘᴾᵏᵔᶀᶇᶒ ᵰᶃᶒᶓᶐᶌ

*2 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause Skips files forward or backward. order: 1/16 →1/8 → 1/4 → 1/2 Video source screen 1 DVD 21 48 6/10 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause Sets a repeat play range. : Repeats all files. : Repeats the current chapter.

Switches between playback and pause. Stop 99 99 ᵫᶓᶊᶒᶇᴾᶁᶆ ᵏᵍᵐ ᵫᵮᵣᵥᵋᵟ ᵒᵖᶉᵦᶘᴾᵏᵔᶀᶇᶒ *3 : Repeats the current title. *4 Changes the viewing *5 angle (Multi-angle).

Plays files in random order. This function is available for music CD. : Does not play tracks in random order. : Plays all tracks in random order. Audio source screen 2 CD 21 48 6/10 ẂTrack 99 Sets a repeat play range. : Repeats the current disc. : Repeats the current track. Full 01 OFF 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause Performs fast reverse or fast forward. Touch again to change play back the speed. Stops playback. This function is available for DVDs featuring multi-angle recordings. Selects the audio output from [L+R], [Left], [Right], [Mix]. This function is available for Video-CDs and DVDs recorded with LPCM audio.

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Disc Video source screen 2 DVD 21 48 6/10 Stop 99 99 *5 Switches the subtitle/audio language.  Refer to Switching the subtitle/audio language on page 20 *6 Displays the DVD menu keypad.  Refer to Operating the DVD menu using touch panel keys on page 20 p By pressing or , you can also skip files/chapters Switches the media file type to CD (audio data (CD-DA)). Searching for the part you want to play p For DVD-Videos, you can select [Title], [Chapter] or [10Key]. p For Video-CDs, you can select [Track] or [10Key] (PBC only). 1 Touch .

L+R 01 ᵫᶓᶊᶒᶇᴾᶁᶆ ᵐᵍᵐ ᵫᵮᵣᵥᵋᵟ ᵒᵖᶉᵦᶘᴾᵏᵔᶀᶇᶒ ᵰᶃᶒᶓᶐᶌ forward or backward. p By pressing and holding or , you can also perform fast reverse or fast forward. 2 Touch the item to select the search function. 3 Touch [0] to [9] to input the desired number.

9999’99” -9999’99” Pause *6 Resumes playback (Bookmark). This function is available for DVD-Video. You can memorize one point as a Bookmark for a disc (up to five discs). To clear the bookmark on the disc, touch and hold this key. Returns and begins playback from the specified point. This function is available for DVD-Video and Video-CDs featuring PBC (playback control). *1 Selects a track from the list.  Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on page 20 *2 Switches the media file type.  Refer to Switching the media file type on page 20 *3 Searches for the part you want to play.  Refer to Searching for the part you want to play on page 20 *4 Displays the DVD menu.  Refer to Operating the DVD menu on page 20 20 p If a Video-CD with PBC On is being played, appears. p You can set the screen size for the video image.  Refer to Common operations on page 48 Starting procedure You can play a normal music CD, Video-CD or DVD-Video using the built-in drive of this product. CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. 1 Insert the disc. The source changes and then playback will start.  Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on page 8 p If the disc is already set, select [Disc] as the playing source. Selecting files from the file name list 1 Touch . 2 Touch a track on the list to play back. Switching the media file type When playing a digital media containing a mixture of various media file types you can switch between media file types to play. 1 Touch . 2 Touch the item.  Music: Switches the media file type to music (compressed audio).  Video: Switches the media file type to video.  CD-DA: p To cancel an input number, touch [C]. 4 Touch to start playback from the number you registered. Operating the DVD menu You can operate the DVD menu by touching the menu item on the screen directly. p This function may not work properly with some DVD disc content. In that case, use touch panel keys to operate the DVD menu. 1 Touch or . 2 Touch the desired menu item. Switching the subtitle/audio language 1 Touch or to change the language.  : Changes the subtitle language.  : Changes the audio language. p You can also switch the subtitle/audio languages using the “DVD/DivX Setup” menu.  Refer to Setting the top-priority languages on page 46 Operating the DVD menu using touch panel keys If items on the DVD menu appear, the touch panel keys may overlay them. If so, select an item using those touch panel keys. 1 Touch . 2 Touch , , or to select the desired menu item.

Disc Compressed files

3 Touch . p The way to display the menu differs depending on the disc. Audio source screen 1 (Example: USB) Plays files in random order.

directly. USB ᵫᵧᵶᵲᵰᵟᵶᴾᵣᵸ 21 48 6/10 *1  If you touch , you can operate the DVD menu *2 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi *3 ABC R&B 9999’99” -9999’99” : Does not play files in random order. : Plays all files within the repeat range in random order. Audio source screen 2 (Example: USB) USB ᵫᵧᵶᵲᵰᵟᵶᴾᵣᵸ 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi

*4 Skips files forward or backward. ABC R&B

DB Switches between playback and pause. Switches the current music information display. Sets a repeat play range. or : Repeats all files. : Repeats the current folder. : Repeats the current file. Selects the previous folder or the next folder.

Constructs the database for using the Music Browse mode. This function is available only for USB. 21

Compressed files Hides the touch panel keys. To display again the keys, touch anywhere on the screen. Video source screen (Example: Disc) ROM 21 48 6/10 *3 Stop Abcdefghi Abcdefghi *5 Video source screen (Example: Disc) ROM 21 48 6/10 Stop Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Full 01 OFF 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause Hides the touch panel keys. To display again the keys, touch anywhere on the screen. Rotates the displayed picture 90° clockwise. Selects the previous or next folder. Still image screen USB 21 48 6/10

Full 01 OFF 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause *4 Performs fast reverse or fast forward. Touch again to change the playback speed. *3 HOLD Sets a repeat play range. or : Repeats all files. : Repeats the current folder. : Repeats the current file. Performs frame-by-frame playback. Performs slow-motion playback. Switches between playback and pause. Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Trimming *6 Sets a repeat play range. : Repeats all files.

Stops playback. : Repeats the current folder. Plays files in random order. : Does not play files in random order. : Plays all files in the current repeat play range in random order.

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Compressed files Still image screen USB 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Trimming *5 Switches the subtitle/audio language. This function is available only for compressed video files stored on a disc.  Refer to Switching the subtitle/audio language on page 20 *6 Saves the current image as the wallpaper.  Refer to Saving the image as the wallpaper on page 24 You can play compressed audio, compressed video or still image files stored in a disc or a USB storage device.  Refer to Media compatibility chart on page 61 p By pressing or , you can also skip files forward or backward. p Play back is performed in order of folder numbers. Folders are skipped if they contain no playable files. Operations common to all file types Selecting files from the file name list You can find files or folders to play back using the file name or folder name list. 1 Touch . 2 Touch a file on the list to play back.

*4 Skips files forward or backward. p By pressing and holding or , you can perform fast reverse or fast forward. p By pressing and holding or on the still image file, p Touching a folder on the list shows its contents. You can play a file on the list by touching it.

Switches between playback and pause. *1 Displays the MIXTRAX screen.  Refer to MIXTRAX on page 37 *2 Displays the link search screen. This function is available for the USB storage device only.  Refer to Selecting a song from the list related to the song currently playing (link search) on page 24 *3 Selects a file from the list.  Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on page 23 p When you play compressed audio files stored in a USB storage device, you can search for a file using Music Browse.  Refer to Selecting a file using Music Browse mode on page 23 *4 Switches the media file type.  Refer to Switching the media file type on page 23 you can search through 10 JPEG files at a time. If the file currently being played is the first or last file in the folder, the search is not performed. p JPEG images are not displayed in the rear display. p You can set the screen size for the video and JPEG images.  Refer to Common operations on page 48 CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Starting procedure (for Disc) 1 Insert the disc. The source changes and then playback will start.  Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on page 8 p If the disc is already set, select [Disc] as the playing source. Starting procedure (for USB) 1 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 2 Plug the USB storage device.  Refer to Plugging and unplugging a USB storage device on page 8 3 Touch [USB]. Switching the media file type When playing a digital media containing a mixture of various media file types you can switch between media file types to play. 1 Touch . 2 Touch the item.  Music: Switches the media file type to music (compressed audio).  Video: Switches the media file type to video.  CD-DA: Switches the media file type to CD (audio data (CD-DA)).  Photo: Switches the media file type to still image (JPEG data). Audio file operations Selecting a file using Music Browse mode You can select files to play back using the category list if the files contain tag information. p This function is available for the USB storage device only. 1 Touch DB to create a database. Music Browse mode will be available after the database has been created. 2 Touch . 3 Touch the desired category to display the file list. 23

Compressed files iPod

4 Touch the item. Refine the item until the desired song title or file name is dis played on the list. 5 Touch the desired song title or file name to play back. p If you save the new image, the current wallpaper is overwritten. Setting the slideshow interval JPEG files can be viewed as a slideshow on this product. In this Audio source screen 1 *1 iPod ᵫᵧᵶᵲᵰᵟᵶᴾᵣᵸ 21 48 6/10 *2 Abcdefghi p If the selection made with Music Browse has been canceled, you can switch to Music Browse mode again by touching the [Tag] tab on the file/folder list screen and touching the desired track. Selecting a song from the list related to the song currently playing (link search) p If you touch the artwork, the list of songs in the album is displayed. p This function is available for the USB storage device only. 1 Switch to Music Browse mode.  Refer to Selecting a file using Music Browse mode on page 23 2 Touch song information to open the list of songs. 3 Touch the song to play back. Still image file operations Saving the image as the wallpaper You can save the currently displayed image in the memory of this product and set it as the wallpaper for the AV screen or the top menu screen. 1 Display an image on the screen.  Refer to Starting procedure (for USB) on page 23  Refer to Operations common to all file types on page 23 2 Touch on the image. 3 Touch the following items.  As AVScreen: Saves the image as the wallpaper for the AV screen.  As HomeScreen: Saves the image as the wallpaper for the top menu screen.  As Both: Saves the image as the wallpaper for both the AV screen and top menu screen. 4 Touch “Yes” to overwrite the image. setting, the interval between each image can be set. The default setting is “10sec”. p This setting is available during playback of the JPEG files. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [Time Per Photo Slide]. 3 Touch the item. The following items are available: 5sec, 10sec, 15sec, Manual. *3 Abcdefghi *4 ABC Pops 99999/99999 9999’99” -9999’99” Skips files forward or backward. Switches between playback and pause.

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iPod Changes the audiobook speed. Video source screen iPod 21 48  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16 p The available sources vary depending on the selected method for connecting your device.

1 2 1/2 : Normal playback : Fast playback : Slow-motion playback Plays files in random order. : Plays randomly songs or 6/10 Abcdefghi *3 *4 99999/99999 Full  Refer to Information on the connections and functions for each device on page 17 CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Starting procedure

videos within the selected list. : Plays album randomly. Audio source screen 2 iPod ᵫᵧᵶᵲᵰᵟᵶᴾᵣᵸ 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi *5 ABC Pops 99999/99999 x1 Sets a repeat play range. : Repeats all in the selected list. : Repeats the current song or video. 9999’99” -9999’99” Performs fast reverse or fast forward. *1 Displays the “MIXTRAX” screen.  Refer to MIXTRAX on page 37 *2 Displays the link search screen.  Refer to Selecting a song from the list related to the song currently playing (link search) on page 26 *3 Selects a song or video from the list.  Refer to Selecting song or video sources from the playlist screen on page 25 *4 Switches the control mode to “App Mode”.  Refer to Using this product’s iPod function from your iPod on page 26 *5 Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files forward or backward. p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also perform fast reverse or fast forward. p You can set the screen size for the video image.  Refer to Common operations on page 48 Connecting your iPod When connecting an iPod to this product, select the method for connecting your device. Settings are required according to the connected device. 1 Connect your iPod.  Refer to Connecting your iPod on page 25 The source changes and then playback will start. p When connecting an iPhone or iPod touch, quit all applica tions before connecting the device. 2 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 3 Touch [iPod]. Selecting song or video sources from the playlist screen You can search for the song or video you want to play from the playlist screen. 1 Touch . 2 Touch or to switch the music or video category list. 3 Touch the category. If you use English as the system language, the alphabet search function is available. Touch the initial search bar to use this function. 4 Touch the title of the list. If you can not find the desired song or video, try to search again according to the above steps. 5 Start playback of the selected list. p Depending on the generation or version of the iPod, some functions may not be available. p You can play playlists created with the MusicSphere applica tion. The application is available on our website. 25

iPod AppRadioOne

Using this product’s iPod func tion from your iPod You can control this product’s iPod function from the iPod on “App Mode”. The application screen of the iPod can be dis played on this product, and the music files and video files are played back with this product. p This function is not available when using iPod function with an iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, or iPod touch (5th generation). p While this function is in use, the iPod will not turn off even if the ignition key is turned off. Operate the iPod to turn off the power. 1 Touch . 2 Operate the connected iPod to select a video or song and play. Displays the launcher application screen. Displays the previous screen. AppRadioOne Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg p Even though an application is not compatible with AppRadioOne, depending on the application an image may be displayed. But you can not operate the application. To use AppRadioOne, install the AppRadio app on the iPhone or smartphone in advance. For details about the AppRadio app, visit the following site: pioneerelectronics.com/AppRadioOne p Be sure to read Using app-based connected content before you perform this operation.  Refer to Using app-based connected content on page 64  Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may arise from incorrect or flawed app-based content.  The content and functionality of the supported applications are the responsibility of the App providers.  In AppRadioOne, functionality through the product is limited while driving, with available functions determined by the App providers. p Some functions are still accessible from this product even if 6/10 the control mode is set to “App Mode”. However, the opera tion will depend on your applications. 21 48  Availability of AppRadioOne functionality is determined by the App provider, and not determined by Pioneer.  AppRadioOne allows access to applications other than p Touch to switch the control mode. Selecting a song from the list related to the song currently playing (link search) p If you touch the artwork, the list of songs in the album is displayed. 1 Touch song information to open the list of songs. 2 Touch the song to play back. Displays the current source. Displays the menu screen. p Press the DISP button to hide the App control side bar. Press the DISP button again to display it again. p and are not available depending on the type of device. WARNING Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be legal while driving in your jurisdiction, so you must be aware of and obey any such restrictions. If in doubt as to a particular function, only perform it while the car is parked. No feature should be used unless it is safe to do so under the driving conditions you are experiencing. Using AppRadioOne You can control applications for an iPhone or a smartphone directly from the screen (AppRadioOne). In AppRadioOne, you can operate applications with finger gestures such as tapping, dragging, scrolling or flicking on the screen of this product. p The compatible finger gestures vary depending on the application for an iPhone or a smartphone. those listed (subject to limitations while driving), but the extent to which content can be used is determined by the App providers. Starting procedure When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product, you must select the method for connecting your device. Settings are required according to the connected device.  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16 For iPhone users 1 Connect your iPhone.  Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 52 2 Press . 3 Touch [APPS]. When the application is ready to launch, messages appear on the screen of this product. 4 Use your iPhone to launch the application. The AppRadio app is launched. 5 Touch [OK]. The AppRadioOne screen (Application menu screen) appears.

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For smartphone (Android) users 1 Unlock your smartphone and connect it to this product via USB.  Refer to Android device on page 53 2 Press . 2 Press the Volume (+/–) button. The audio mix menu will be displayed on the screen. Gives a “Thumbs Down” to the playing track and skips to the next track. Playback screen 1 Pandora

3 Touch [APPS]. The AppRadio app is launched, and the AppRadioOne screen (Application menu screen) appears. Common operation of all device p If you connect your device while an AppRadioOne compatible application is already running, the application operation screen will appear on this product. p Touch the desired application icon after the AppRadio app is launched. p The desired application is launched, and the application operation screen appears. 1 2 APP Vol. 15 3 Radio Vol. 12 HD Radio 4 1 2 5 1 Touch to mute. Touch again to unmute so that the sound is 6 not mixed. 2 Adjusts the audio volume. Each touch of [+] or [–] increases or decreases the volume Pandora Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcde ABC Pause 9999’99”-9999’99” 6/10 21 48 1/2 *1

p Press to go back to the Top menu screen. Using the keyboard When you tap the text input area of an application for iPhone, a keyboard will be displayed on the screen. You can input the desired text directly from this product. CAUTION For your safety, the keyboard functionality is only available when the vehicle is stopped and the parking brake is engaged. p This function is only available in AppRadioOne on the iPhone. 1 Start up the AppRadioOne.  Refer to Starting procedure on page 26 2 Touch the text input area on the application operation screen. A keyboard for entering text appears. p The language of the keyboard can be changed.  Refer to Setting the keyboard language with the application for iPhone on page 39 Using the audio mix function You can output audio mixing AV source and an application for iPhone or smartphone when the AppRadioOne is used. p Depending on the application or the AV source, this function may not be available. 1 Start up the AppRadioOne. level. p The AV operation screen and the Application screen can be switched by pressing . Gives a “Thumbs Up” to the playing track. Skips tracks forward. Switches between playback and pause. 27 Pandora® Displays the preset station list. Select an item on the list ("1" to "6") to switch to the preset station. Playback screen 2 Pandora21 48 WARNING Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be legal while driving in your jurisdiction, so you must be aware of and obey any such restrictions. If in doubt as to a particular function, only perform it while the car is parked. No feature should be used unless it is safe to do so pandora.com  The Pandora mobile application is available for most iPhone and smartphone, please visit pandora. com/everywhere/mobile for the latest compatibility information. Starting procedure

1 2 3 4 5 6 Pandora Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcde ABC *2 6/10 2/2 under the driving conditions you are experiencing. Pandora operations You can enjoy Pandora by connecting an iPhone or a smart phone that has the Pandora application installed. Important  Requirements to access Pandora using Pioneer car audio/ video  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16  Please update the firmware of the Pandora application to When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product, select the method for connecting your device. Settings are required according to the connected device.  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16 p You can use the Pandora service by connecting an iPhone via USB or Bluetooth. p If you use a smartphone, connect via Bluetooth.  Refer to iPhone with 30-pin connector on page 53  Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 52  Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 12 1 Unlock and connect your device. 2 Display the “AV source selection” screen.

Adds information for the track currently playing to bookmarks. *3 the latest version before use. Download it from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.  Create a free or a paid account online. You can create the account in the Pandora application from your iPhone or from the website ( pandora.com/account/ register).  To use the Pandora service, you need to connect to the 3 Touch [Pandora].

Recalls the preset station stored to a key from memory. *1 Selects a Pandora station from the list.  Refer to Selecting a Pandora station from the list on page 28 *2 Creates a new station.  Refer to Adding a station on page 28 *3 Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 p By pressing the button, you can skip songs forward. p and are not available when using a shared station. p In this chapter, iPhone and iPod touch will be referred to as “iPhone”. 28 Internet via 3G, EDGE, LTE (4G) or Wi-Fi network. If the data plan for your iPhone does not provide for unlimited data usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply. Limitations:  Depending on the availability of the Internet, you may not be able to receive the Pandora service.  The Pandora service is subject to change without notice. The service could be affected by any of the following: firmware version of the iPhone, firmware version of the Pandora application, changes to the Pandora music service.  Certain functions of the Pandora service are not available when accessing the service through Pioneer car audio/ video products. They include, but are not limited to the following: creating new stations, deleting stations, sending information about current stations, buying tracks from iTunes, viewing addi tional text information, logging in to Pandora, adjusting Cell Network Audio Quality.  Pandora internet radio is a music service not affiliated with Pioneer. More information is available at Selecting a Pandora station from the list 1 Touch . The following items are available:  : switches to the station list.  : switches to the genre list.  : plays only one track based on particular musical char acteristics from several shuffled stations.  A-Z: sorts the items in the list alphabetically.  Date: sorts the items in the list in the order of the dates.  : deletes the station. p Shared stations are indicated by . Adding a station 1 Touch . 2 Touch [Track] (from track) or [Artist] (from artist).

Pandora® Spotify®

A new station is created. Storing the preset stations You can store six stations to the preset keys “1” to “6”. 1 Touch . 2 Touch and hold an item on the preset station list for a few seconds. The current station is stored under a preset key. Playback screen 1 (Track) Spotify 21 48 6/10 Spotify Abcdefghi *1 Abcdefghi ABC PLAYING FROM PLAYLIST 9999 9999’99” -9999’99” Plays tracks in random order. Playback screen 2 (Track) Spotify 21 48 6/10 Spotify Spotify Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC PLAYING FROM PLAYLIST

Skips tracks forward or backward. Saves or deletes the current PLAYING FROM PLAYLIST *2 9999 9999

song information to or from “Your Music”. Switches between playback and pause. Sets a repeat play range. Switches to radio mode.

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Spotify® Playback screen 1 (Radio mode) Spotify 21 48 6/10 Spotify Abcdefghi *1 Abcdefghi Gives a “Thumbs Down” to the playing track and skips to the next track. Playback screen 2 (Radio mode) Using Spotify with your Pioneer car audio/video To enjoy Spotify as you drive, first download the Spotify app to your iPhone or smartphone. You can download it from the iTunes App Store or Google Play. Choose a free account or a

RADIO BASED ON Spotify 21 48 6/10 Spotify ABC Abcdefghi paid Premium account, either in the app or at spotify.com. A Premium account gives you more features, like offline listening. If you have Spotify already, please update the app so you have the latest version. Then connect your phone to your car. Now you

9999’99” -9999’99” Skips tracks forward. Saves or deletes the current song information to or from “Your Music”. Switches between playback and pause. Abcdefghi ABC RADIO BASED ON *2 Gives a “Thumbs Up” to the playing track. Starts new radio mode. can take your music on the road. Important  Confirm the requirements to access Spotify using Pioneer car audio/video.  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16  To use Spotify, you need to connect to the Internet via 3G, EDGE, LTE (4G) or a Wi-Fi network. If the data plan for your iPhone or smartphone does not provide for unlimited data usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply.  For information on the countries and regions where Spotify can be used, take a look at spotify.com/us/ select-your-country/. Limitations:

*1 Selects a track or station from the list.  Refer to Selecting a track or station from the list on page 31 *2 Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 p By pressing the or button, you can also skip songs forward or backward. WARNING Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be legal while driving in your jurisdiction, so you must be aware of and obey any such restrictions. If in doubt as to a particular function, only perform it while the car is parked. No feature should be used unless it is safe to do so under the driving conditions you are experiencing.  Depending on the availability of the Internet, you may not be able to receive the Spotify service.  The Spotify service is subject to change without notice. The service could be affected by any of the following: firmware version of the iPhone or smartphone, firmware version of the Spotify application, changes to the Spotify music service.  Certain functions of the Spotify service are not available when accessing the service through Pioneer car audio/ video products.  Spotify is a music service not affiliated with Pioneer. More information is available at support.spotify.com/  The Spotify application is available for most iPhone and smartphone, please visit support.spotify.com/ for the latest compatibility information. Starting procedure When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product, select the method for connecting your device. Settings are required according to the connected device.  Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 16

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p You can use the Spotify service by connecting an iPhone via USB or Bluetooth. p When using a smartphone, connect via Bluetooth.  Refer to iPhone with 30-pin connector on page 53  Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 52  Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 12 1 Unlock and connect your device. 2 Display the “System” setting screen. 3 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 4 Confirm that “Spotify” is turned on. 5 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 6 Touch [Spotify] on the AV source selection screen. Selecting a track or station from the list 1 Touch . The following items are available:  Your Music: Selects a track or station from the list of saved song information.  Browse: Selects a track from the category list.  Radio: Selects a station from the station list. Playback screen 1 Bluetooth 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi *1 Abcdefghi ABC House 9999 9999’99” -9999’99” Skips files forward or backward. Track number indicator Plays files in random order. Playback screen 2 Bluetooth 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC House 9999 Sets a repeat play range. *2 Switches between playback and pause. *1 Selects a file from the list.  Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on page 32 *2 Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.  Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page 13 p Depending on the Bluetooth audio player connected to this product, the available operations with this product may be limited to the following two levels: — A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile): Only playing back songs on your audio player is possible. — A2DP and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile): Playing back, pausing, selecting songs, etc., are possible. p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files forward or backward. p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also perform fast reverse or fast forward. p Depending on the Bluetooth device connected to this prod uct, the available operations with this product may be limited or differ from the descriptions in this manual. p While you are listening to songs on your Bluetooth device, please refrain from operating the phone function as much as possible. If you try operating, the signal may cause noise for song playback. p When you are talking on the Bluetooth device connected to this product via Bluetooth, it may pause playback. Starting procedure p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, register and con nect the device to this product.  Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 12 1 Pull out the connecting cable for using AppRadioOne. p You cannot use Bluetooth device when the connecting cable for using AppRadioOne is connected. 2 Display the “System” setting screen. 3 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 4 Confirm that “Bluetooth Audio” is turned on. 5 Display the “AV source selection” screen.

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Bluetooth audio SiriusXM® Satellite Radio

player Switches between live broadcast mode and Replay™ mode. Recalls the preset channel stored to a key from memory.

*1 Current channel display (live broadcast mode) HOLD Stores the current broadcast frequency to a key.

6 Touch [Bluetooth Audio] on the AV source Sirius XM 1 21 48 6/10 Time bar display (Replay™ mode) Selects a band. selection screen. 2 SXM1 Abcdefghi Sirius XM 1 21 48 6/10 3 Selecting files from the file 4 *3 name list 5 p This function is available only when the AVRCP version of the *4 Bluetooth device is 1.4 or higher. 6 1 Touch . 2 Touch a file or a folder on the list to play back. Abcdefghi Abcdefghi CH000 Performs manual tuning. Selects a channel directly. *2 2 SXM1 Abcdefghi 3 Abcdefghi 4 Abcdefghi 5 6 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause Displays the preset channels. Select an item on the list ("1" to "6") to switch to the

Switches TuneMix™ to on or off. You can use TuneMix™ from each of the music channels stored as presets on the current band. preset channel. Switches between playback and pause. *1 Selects a channel from the list.  Refer to Selecting a channel from a list of all chan nels on page 33  Refer to Selecting a channel from the category list on page 33 *2 Activates the Traffic & Weather Now.  Refer to Activating the Traffic & Weather Now on page 34 *3 Stores song information to an iPod.  Refer to Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on page 48 *4 Performs the TuneScan.  Refer to Using TuneScan™ on page 33 p By pressing the or button, you can also move the preset channels up or down on the current channel screen,

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and skip files forward or backward on the play time indicator screen. p By pressing and holding the or button, you can also move channels up or down on the current channel screen, and perform fast reverse or fast forward on the play time indicator screen. p On the Featured Favorites Band, the current broadcast frequency cannot be stored to a key.  Refer to Using Featured Favorites Band on page 35 p If fewer than two music channels are stored as presets, you cannot use the TuneMix function. p “RADIO ID” is displayed when Channel 0 is selected. SiriusXM tuner operations Only SiriusXM® brings you more of what you love to listen to, all in one place. Get over 140 channels, including commercial-free music plus the best sports, news, talk, comedy and entertain ment. Welcome to the world of satellite radio. A SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner and Subscription are required. For more information, visit the website ( siriusxm.com). To take full advantage of all the SiriusXM capabilities, such as TuneMix™, SportsFlash™ and Traffic & Weather Now, please use the SXV300 tuner (sold separately). Other tuners are compatible but may limit the features. Subscribing to the SiriusXM Satellite Radio service 1 Select SiriusXM as the source. You should be able to tune in to Channel 1. If you cannot get Channel 1, ensure that your SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner is The activation process usually takes 10 to 15 minutes but may take longer. Do not turn off this product while the activation message is displayed. Starting procedure 1 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 2 Touch [SiriusXM]. Selecting a channel from a list of all channels p It may take time to display the channel list depending on the SiriusXM reception condition. 1 Touch . 2 Select the list of all channels. 3 Touch the desired channel. Selecting a channel from the category list p The types of categories available depend on the types of channels available. Setting TuneStart™ Automatically start songs from the beginning when you tune to one of your preset channels in the current preset band when Tune Start is turned on. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen. 2 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 3 Touch [SiriusXM settings]. 4 Touch [Tune Start] to switch “On” or “Off”. Using TuneScan™ When you activate the TuneScan™ feature, you will hear a few seconds of the songs, which have not been listened to, from each of the music channels stored as presets on the current band. p When fewer than two music channels are stored as presets, you cannot perform scan tuning. p TuneScan may take a few minutes to become available after the unit is turned on or the preset band is changed. 1 Touch . Sirius XM 1 21 48 6/10 installed correctly. 2 Switch to Channel 0 and check the Radio ID. The SiriusXM Radio ID can be found by tuning in to Channel 0. Note that the SiriusXM Radio ID does not include the letters I, O, S or F. You will need this number to activate your subscription. 3 Activate the service either online or by phone. p The service can be activated from the website ( siri 2 p It may take time to display the channel list depending on the SiriusXM reception condition. 3 1 Touch . 4 2 Touch the category name. 5 3 Touch the desired channel. 6 Switching the displayed list SXM1 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ーScanー 1 2 3 usxm.com/activatenow). p Call SiriusXM Listener Care at (1-866-635-2349) to activate. p To service for SiriusXM Canada, go to the website ( xmradio.ca) and click on “ACTIVATE RADIO” at the top right corner of the page, or call (1-877-438-9677). p The SiriusXM satellites will send an activation message to your tuner. When the tuner has received the message, “Subscription Updated” is displayed. You can switch between list types when a list is displayed. 1 Touch . 2 Touch . The displayed list switches in the following order. Channel Name—Artist Name—Song Title—Content Info 1 Continues playing the current scanning song or channel. 2 Skips forward or backward. Touching skips to the previous song during TuneScan or to the previous channel during category scan. Touching skips to the next song during TuneScan or to the next channel during category scan. 3 Cancels scan play and returns to the previous channel.

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Using category scan You can scan each channel in the selected category. 1 Touch . 2 Touch the desired category. 3 Touch . Using TuneMix™ When you activate the TuneMix feature, you can select the songs and mix them, from the multiple music channels stored as presets on the current band.  When fewer than two music channels are stored as presets, you cannot perform TuneMix.  The Locked Channel cannot be used for the TuneMix until you clear the password. 1 Touch [TuneMix]. The songs are played from the multiple music channels, and you do not need to switch the channels manually. Sirius XM 1 21 48 6/10 Activating the Traffic & Weather Now Access the latest Traffic & Weather report for your favorite mar ket, whenever you want to hear it. 1 Touch .  grayed out: Traffic & Weather broadcast for your market is not yet available.  with green dot: latest report available but not listened to yet.  white: latest report available to hear again. 2 Touch the desired city. The latest traffic and weather information is played back.  To cancel the Traffic & Weather Now, touch . p To listen to the information again, touch on the current channel display. p If you have already selected the city, you can listen to the information only by touching . p The selected city can be changed.  Refer to Selecting the city for Traffic & Weather Now on page 34 The default passcode is “0000”. Setting the passcode 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [Parental Control]. 3 Enter the passcode. 4 Touch [Edit Code]. 5 Enter the passcode you want to set, and then touch [Enter]. To delete the entered numbers one by one, touch [C]. The “Locked Channel” screen appears. Locking the channel 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [Parental Control].

2 3 4 5 6 SXM1 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcdefghi 9999’99” -9999’99” Pause 1 Displaying the “SiriusXM set tings” screen 1 Press .  Refer to Checking part names and functions on page 7 2 Touch , and then [AV Source Settings]. 3 Touch [SiriusXM settings]. Selecting the city for Traffic & Weather Now 3 Enter the current passcode. 4 Touch the channel. appears and the channel is locked. When you touch the locked channel, the channel is unlocked. When you touch [Clear All], all locked channels are unlocked. Using SportsFlash™ list SportsFlash will notify you when a big play happens during a game with one of your favorite sports teams.

1 Skips songs forward or backward. About SmartFavorites All preset channels will buffer the content to be used for Replay, TuneStart, TuneScan and TuneMix features. Using iTunes Tagging You can store song information to the iPod when this product receives song information.  Refer to Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on page 48 34 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [City List]. 3 Touch the desired city. Setting parental lock The Parental Control feature allows you to limit access to any SiriusXM channels, including those with mature content. When enabled, the Parental Control feature requires you to enter a passcode to tune to the locked channels. Choose to tune in and hear the play unfold like it was live. Continue listening to the game, or you can return to your previ ous channel. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [SportsFlash] to switch “On” or “Off”.

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Listening to the channel When a big play happens during a game with one of your favorite sports teams, SportsFlash detects it and displays the pop-up screen. 1 Touch [Play]. Setting of Favorite Teams To display “SportsFlash List” at all times, “SportsFlash” needs to be set to “On”. 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [SportsFlash List]. 3 Touch [Edit List]. 4 Select a league. 5 Select a team.  You can touch an item again to deselect it.  If you want to remove all the teams you have set, touch the [Clear All]. Setting of priorities If you set many Favorite Teams, up to 5 Favorite teams can be received at once. Set the priorities if more than six teams are set as Favorite Teams. 1 Touch [Prioritize] on the team selection screen. p When there are fewer than six teams, [Prioritize] is not available. 2 Select the high priority five teams from the selected Favorite Teams. Using Featured Favorites Band Featured Favorites are groups of channels that are created by the SiriusXM Programming department allowing you to discover new channels. Featured Favorite channels are dynamic and can change often, allowing you to discover new channels. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [Featured Favorites] to switch “On” or “Off”. p If the Featured Favorite Band needs to update, the Featured Band Update message will appear. How to access When there is a Featured Favorite, access it with the band key. 1 Touch the band key. SXM1—SXM2—SXM3—FF When there are multiple Featured Favorites, access them from the category list. It is displayed at the bottom of the category list.  Refer to Selecting a channel from the category list on page 33 Setting Featured Band Update Message To display “Featured Band Update Message” at all times, “Featured Favorites” needs to be set to “On”. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [Featured Band Update Message] to switch “On” or “Off”. Restoring the “SiriusXM Settings” to the default You can restore the SiriusXM settings to the default. p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. CAUTION Do not turn off the engine while restoring the settings. 1 Display the “SiriusXM settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “SiriusXM settings” screen on page 34 2 Touch [SiriusXM Reset]. 3 Touch [Restore]. The settings are restored to the default. p The source is turned off and the Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the process starts.

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AUX 21 48 6/10 Full Switches between the video input and the sound input. p A Mini-jack AV cable (CD-RM10) (sold separately) is required for connection.  Refer to External video component and the display on page 54 CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Starting procedure You can display the video image output by the device connected to video input. 1 Display the “System” setting screen. 2 Touch [Input/Output settings]. 3 Confirm that “AUX Input” is turned on. 4 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 5 Touch [AUX]. The image is displayed on the screen. Setting the video signal When you connect this product to an AUX equipment, select the suitable video signal setting. The default setting is “Auto”. p You can operate this function only for the video signal input into the AUX input. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [Video Signal Setting]. 3 Touch [AUX]. 4 Touch the item. The following items are available: Auto, PAL, NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM. You can display the video image output by the device connected to this product.  Refer to External video component and the display on page 54 CAUTION For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. Starting procedure You can display the video image output by the device connected to video input. 1 Display the “System” setting screen. 2 Touch [Input/Output settings]. 3 Touch [AV Input]. X490BS Set the setting to “Source”. X390BS Set the setting to “On”. 4 Display the “AV source selection” screen. 5 Touch [AV]. The image is displayed on the screen. Setting the video signal When you connect this product to an AV equipment, select the suitable video signal setting. The default setting is “Auto”. p You can operate this function only for the video signal input into the AV input. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen.

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AV input MIXTRAX Activates the MIXTRAX mode. (Example: iPod) iPod ᵫᵧᵶᵲᵰᵟᵶᴾᵣᵸ 21 48 Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen 1 Press .

2 Touch [Video Signal Setting]. 3 Touch [AV]. 4 Touch the item. The following items are available: Auto, PAL, NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM. 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC Pops 99999/99999 9999’99” -9999’99” 2 Touch , and then [AV Source Settings]. 3 Touch [MIXTRAX Settings]. The “MIXTRAX Settings” screen appears. Setting the playback portion You can specify the playback portion. The default setting is “60s”. 1 Display the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen on page 37

Selects a track. Switches between playback and pause. p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files forward or backward. p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also perform fast reverse or fast forward. MIXTRAX operation MIXTRAX is original technology for creating non-stop mixes of selections from your audio library, complete with DJ effects that make them sound. MIXTRAX EZ operation You can use this unit to play iPod/USB audio files. MIXTRAX EZ is used to add a variety of sound effects between songs for arranging the pauses between songs. It allows you to enjoy listening to music non-stop.  This function is only available when a file on a USB storage device or a song on an iPod is being played.  This function is not available when the control mode is set to App Mode.  Depending on the file/song, sound effects may not be available.  Depending on the file/song, non-stop playback may not be available. 2 Touch [Short Playback Mode]. 3 Touch the item. The following items are available: Off, 60s, 90s, 120s, 150s, 180s, Random. Setting the display effect You can set the effect display for MIXTRAX. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen on page 37 2 Touch [Display Effect] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the cut-in effect You can set the effect tone that sounds when you skip tracks forward or backward. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen on page 37 2 Touch [Cut-In Effect] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the MIXTRAX effect You can set and play back the MIXTRAX effect that you want. The default setting is “Standard”. 1 Display the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen. 37

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 Refer to Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen on page 37 2 Touch [Effect Setting]. 3 Touch the item. The following items are available: Standard, Simple, Custom p When you select “Custom”, check the effect that you want. Setting the flash pattern The flashing color changes with the changes in the sound and bass levels. 1 Display the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen.  Refer to Displaying the “MIXTRAX Settings” screen on page 37 2 Touch [Flash Pattern]. 3 Touch the item.  Sound1 (default) to Sound6: The flash pattern changes according to the sound level. Select a desired mode.  L-Pass1 to L-Pass6: The flash pattern changes according to the bass level. Select a desired mode.  Random1: The flash pattern changes randomly according to the sound level mode and low pass mode.  Random2: The flash pattern changes randomly according to the sound level mode.  Random3: The flash pattern changes randomly according to the low pass mode.  Off: The flash pattern does not flash. Displaying the “System” set ting screen 1 Press . 2 Touch , and then . The “System” setting screen appears. Setting Bluetooth audio source activation The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 3 Touch [Bluetooth Audio] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting Spotify source activation The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 3 Touch [Spotify] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the ever scroll When “Ever Scroll” is set to “On”, the recorded text information scrolls continuously in the display while the vehicle is stopped. The default setting is “Off”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Ever Scroll] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the beep tone The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Beep Tone] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the auto audio mix function You can select whether or not to activate the auto audio mix function. If the auto audio mix function is activated, this prod uct automatically switches between mixing or not mixing the AV source sound and the sound output from your iPhone or smartphone according to the mixing property, such as that of the mixed sound or solo sound of the foreground application on your iPhone or smartphone. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Auto Mix] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting AppRadioOne Sound You can set where the sound for AppRadioOne is output when it is used with an Android device. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Input/Output settings]. 3 Touch [AppRadioOne Sound]. 4 Touch the following settings.  AVH (default): The sound is output from the speakers of this unit.  Smartphone: The sound is output from the speakers of the Android device. p With an iPhone, the sound is always output from the speak ers of this unit. Setting the rear view camera A separately sold rear view camera (e.g. ND-BC8) is required for utilizing the rear view camera function. (For details, consult your dealer.)

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System settings Rear view camera This product features a function that automatically switches to the full-screen image of the rear view camera installed on your vehicle, when the shift lever is in the REVERSE (R) position. Camera View mode also allows you to check what is behind you while driving. Camera for Camera View mode Camera View can be displayed at all times. Please note that with this setting, the camera image is not resized to fit, and that a portion of what is seen by the camera is not viewable. To display the camera image, touch [Camera View] on the “AV source selection” screen.  Refer to Source on the AV source selection screen on page 11 p To set the rear view camera as the camera for Camera View mode, set “Back Camera Input” to “On”.  Refer to Setting rear view camera activation on page 39 p When the camera view of both the rear view camera and 2nd camera are available, the key to switch the display appears. Touch this key to switch the display between the rear view image and 2nd camera image. CAUTION Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which outputs mirror reversed images, otherwise the screen image may appear reversed. p Immediately verify whether the display changes to a rear view camera image when the shift lever is moved to REVERSE (R) from another position. p When the screen changes to full-screen rear view camera image during normal driving, switch to the opposite setting in “Camera Polarity”. p If you touch while the camera image is displayed, the displayed image will turn off temporarily. Setting rear view camera activation The default setting is “Off”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Camera settings]. 3 Touch [Back Camera Input] to switch “On” or “Off”. Setting the polarity of the rear view camera p This function is available when “Back Camera Input” is “On”.  Refer to Setting rear view camera activation on page 39 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Camera settings]. 3 Touch [Camera Polarity].  Battery (default): The polarity of the connected lead is positive.  Ground: The polarity of the connected lead is negative. Setting the demo mode The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Demo Mode] to switch “On” or “Off”. Selecting the system language  If the embedded language and the selected language setting are not the same, text information may not display properly.  Some characters may not be displayed properly. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [System Language]. 3 Touch the language. After the language is selected, the previous screen returns. Setting the keyboard language with the application for iPhone You can use the keyboard in AppRadioOne by setting the language of the keyboard for iPhone. p This function is only available in AppRadioOne on the iPhone. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Keyboard]. 3 Touch the language. After the language is selected, the previous screen returns. Adjusting the response posi tions of the touch panel (touch panel calibration) If you feel that the touch panel keys on the screen deviate from the actual positions that respond to your touch, adjust the response positions of the touch panel screen. p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. p Do not use sharp pointed tools such as a ballpoint or mechanical pen, which could damage the screen. p Do not turn off the engine while saving the adjusted position data. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Touch panel calibration]. 3 Touch [Yes]. 4 Touch two corners of the screen along the arrows, and then touch the centers of two + marks at the same time twice. 5 Press . The adjustment results are saved. 6 Press once again. Proceed to 16-point adjustment. 7 Gently touch the center of the “+” mark dis played on the screen. The target indicates the order.  When you press , the previous adjustment posi tion returns.  When you press and hold , the adjustment is canceled. 8 Press and hold . The adjustment results are saved.

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System settings Setting the dimmer Setting the dimmer trigger p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. 3 Touch [Dimmer Trigger]. 4 Touch the item.  Auto (default): Switches the dimmer to on or off automatically according to your vehicle’s headlight turning on or off.  Manual: Switches the dimmer to on or off manually.  Time: Switches the dimmer to on or off at the time you adjusted. Setting the dimmer duration in day or night p You can use this function when “Dimmer Trigger” is set to “Manual”. p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. 3 Touch [Day/Night] to switch the following items.  Day (default): Turns the dimmer manually to off.  Night: Turns the dimmer manually to on. Setting the dimmer duration optional You can adjust the time that the dimmer is turned on or off. p You can use this function when “Dimmer Trigger” is set to “Time”. 40 p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. 3 Touch [Dimmer Duration]. The “Duration Setting” screen appears. 4 Drag the cursors to set the dimmer duration.  You can also set the dimmer duration touching or . Each touch of or moves the cursor back ward or forward in the 15 minute width. p The default setting is 18:00-6:00 (6:00 PM-6:00 AM). p When the cursors are placed on the same point, the dimmer available time is 0 hours. p When the cursor for off time setting is placed on the left end and the cursor for on time setting is placed on the right end, the dimmer available time is 0 hours. p When the cursor for on time setting is placed on the left end and the cursor for off time setting is placed on the right end, the dimmer available time is 24 hours. p The time display of the dimmer duration adjusting bar is depending on the clock display setting.  Refer to Setting the time and date on page 48 Adjusting the picture You can adjust the picture for each source and rear view camera. CAUTION For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these functions while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you must stop in a safe place and apply the parking brake. 1 Display the screen you wish to adjust. 2 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 3 Touch [Picture Adjustment]. 4 Touch the item to select the function to be adjusted.  Brightness: Adjusts the black intensity. (–24 to +24)  Contrast: Adjusts the contrast. (–24 to +24)  Color: Adjusts the color saturation. (–24 to +24)  Hue: Adjusts the tone of color (which color is emphasized, red or green). (–24 to +24)  Dimmer: Adjusts the brightness of the display. (+1 to +48)  Temperature: Adjusts the color temperature, resulting in a better white balance. (–3 to +3) p With some pictures, you cannot adjust Hue and Color.  When you touch [Rear View] or [2nd Camera], the mode changes to the selected camera mode. By touching [Source], [Navi] or [Apps], you can return to the selected mode. 5 Touch , , , to adjust. p The adjustments of “Brightness”, “Contrast” and “Dimmer” are stored separately when your vehicle’s headlights are off (daytime) and on (nighttime). p “Brightness” and “Contrast” are switched automatically depending on whether the vehicle’s headlights are on or off. p “Dimmer” can be changed the setting or the time to switch it to on or off.  Refer to Setting the dimmer on page 40 p The picture adjustment may not be available with some rear view cameras. p The setting contents can be memorized separately. Displaying the firmware version 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [System Information]. 3 Touch [Firmware Information]. The “Firmware Information” screen appears. Displaying the open source licenses 1 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 2 Touch [System Information].

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3 Touch [License]. The open source licenses of the functions that this product is equipped with appear. Updating firmware CAUTION  The USB storage device for updating must contain only the correct update file.  Never turn this product off, disconnect the USB storage device while the firmware is being updated.  You can only update the firmware when the vehicle is stopped and the parking brake is engaged. 1 Download the firmware update files. 2 Connect a blank (formatted) USB storage device to your computer, and then locate the correct update file and copy it onto the USB storage device. 3 Connect the USB storage device to this product. 4 Turn the source off.  Refer to Selecting a source on page 11 5 Display the “System” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “System” setting screen on page 38 6 Touch [System Information]. 7 Touch [Firmware Update]. 8 Touch [Continue] to display the data transfer mode. p Follow the on-screen instructions to finish updating the firmware. p This product will reset automatically after the firmware update is completed if the update is successful. p If an error message appears on the screen, touch the display and perform the above steps again. Displaying the “Audio” setting screen 1 Press . 2 Touch , and then . The “Audio” setting screen appears. Using fader/balance adjustment 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Fader/Balance]. p Only the balance can be adjusted when “Network Mode” is selected as the speaker mode. Touch [Balance] and skip to step 4. 3 Touch or to adjust the front/rear speaker balance. p Set “Front” and “Rear” to “0” when using a dual speaker system. 4 Touch or to adjust the left/right speaker balance.  You can also set the value by dragging the point on the displayed table. Switching sound muting/ attenuation You can automatically mute or attenuate the AV source volume and the iPhone application volume when the navigation outputs the guidance voice. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Mute Level]. 3 Touch the item.  ATT (default): The volume becomes 20 dB lower than the current volume.  Mute: The volume becomes 0.  Off: The volume does not change. Adjusting source levels SLA (source level adjustment) lets you adjust the volume level of each source to prevent radical changes in volume when switch ing between sources. p Settings are based on the FM tuner volume level, which remains unchanged. p This function is not available when the FM tuner is selected as the AV source. 1 Compare the FM tuner volume level with the level of the source. 2 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 3 Touch [Source Level Adjuster]. 4 Touch or to adjust the source volume. p If you directly touch the area where the cursor can be moved, the SLA setting will be changed to the value of the touched point. p “+4” to “–4” is displayed as the source volume is increased or decreased. p The default setting is “0”. Using the auto level control This function corrects automatically the audio level difference between the music files or the sources. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Automatic Level Control]. 3 Touch the item.  Off (default): Turns the auto level control setting off.  Mode1: Corrects a little the audio level difference between the music files or the sources (for the narrow dynamic range audio signal).  Mode2: Corrects widely the audio level difference between the music files or the sources (for the wide dynamic range audio signal). Adjusting loudness This function compensates for deficiencies in the low-frequency and high-frequency ranges at low volume. The default setting is “Off”.

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Audio adjustments p This function is not available while you make or receive a call using the hands-free function. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Loudness]. 3 Touch the item. The following items are available: Off, Low, Mid, High. Setting the subwoofer output This product is equipped with a subwoofer output mechanism, which can be turned on or off. The default setting is “On”. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Subwoofer] to switch “On” or “Off”. Adjusting the cutoff frequency value You can adjust the cutoff frequency value of each speaker. The following speakers can be adjusted: Standard Mode: Front, Rear, Subwoofer. Network Mode: High, Mid, Subwoofer. p “Subwoofer Settings” is available only when “Subwoofer” is “On”.  Refer to Setting the subwoofer output on page 42 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Crossover] or [Subwoofer Settings]. 3 Touch or to switch the speaker. 4 Drag the graph line to set the cutoff position. 5 Drag the lowest point of the graph to set the cutoff slope. p The following items can also be set.  ⁂⁚⁓⁥⁗ : Switches the subwoofer phase between normal and reverse position.  LPF/HPF: Switches the LPF/HPF setting to “On” or “Off”. When it is turned off, the high-pass filter or low-pass filter of each speaker can also be turned on by touching the graph lines. 42 p This function is not available when adjusting the High speaker. Switching the rear speaker output p This function is available when “Standard Mode” is selected as the speaker mode. The default setting is “Rear”. 1 Turn the source off.  Refer to Selecting a source on page 11 2 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 3 Touch [Rear Speaker Output]. 4 Touch to switch “Rear” or “Subwoofer”. Using BASS Boost 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [BASS Boost]. 3 Touch to select the bass boost level from 0 to +6. Selecting the listening position You can select a listening position that you want to make as the center of sound effects. The default setting is “Off”. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Listening Position]. 3 Touch the desired position to change the lis tening position. The following items are available: Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All. p “All” is not available when “Network Mode” is selected as the speaker mode. Adjusting the speaker output levels finely Fine adjustments of the speaker output level can be made by listening to audio output. p This function is available when “Subwoofer” is set to “On”.  Refer to Setting the subwoofer output on page 42 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Speaker Level]. 3 Touch or to select the listening position if necessary. The following items are available: Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All. p The default setting is “Off”. p “All” is not available when “Network Mode” is selected as the speaker mode. p If you change the listening position setting, the output levels of all the speakers will change in conjunction with the setting. 4 Touch or to adjust the speaker output level. p “–24” dB to “10” dB is displayed as the level to be corrected is increased or decreased. The following speakers are available: Standard Mode: Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right, Subwoofer Network Mode: High Left, High Right, Mid Left, Mid Right, Subwoofer p To use this function, the vehicle’s acoustics must be mea sured in advance. Adjusting the time alignment By adjusting the distance from each speaker to the listening position, time alignment is able to correct the time required for sound to reach the listening position. 1 Measure the distance between the head of the listener and each speaker unit. 2 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 3 Touch [Time Alignment]. 4 Touch or to select the listening position if necessary. The following items are available: Audio adjustments Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All. p The default setting is “Off”. p “All” is not available when “Network Mode” is selected as the speaker mode. p If you change the listening position setting, the output levels of all the speakers will change in conjunction with the setting. 5 Touch or to input the distance between the selected speaker and the listening position. p You can input the value between 0 and 140 inch. The following speakers are available: Standard Mode: Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right, Subwoofer Network Mode: High Left, High Right, Mid Left, Mid Right, Subwoofer p This function is available only when the listening position setting is set to “Front-L” or “Front-R”. p To use this function, the vehicle’s acoustics must be mea sured in advance.  If you touch [TA On], the time alignment is turned off mandatorily. Switching the time alignment preset 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Time Alignment Preset]. 3 Touch the item.  Initial (default): Sets to the initial setting value.  ATA: Reflects the result of “A-EQ&TA Measurement” to the setting value.  Off: Resets all setting values to 0.  Custom: Sets to the value adjusted at “Time Alignment”. p When you adjust the time alignment, the preset item will switch automatically to “Custom”. p “Custom” can be selected only when the listening position is set to “Front-L” or “Front-R”. Using the equalizer Recalling equalizer curves There are seven stored equalizer curves that you can easily recall at any time. Here is a list of the equalizer curves:  S.Bass is a curve in which only low-pitched sound is boosted.  Powerful is a curve in which low- and high-pitched sounds are boosted.  Natural is a curve in which low- and high-pitched sounds are slightly boosted.  Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the human vocal range, is boosted.  Flat is a flat curve in which nothing is boosted.  Custom1 is an adjusted equalizer curve that you create. If you select this curve, the effect is applied to all AV sources.  Custom2 is an adjusted equalizer curve that you create. If you select this curve, the effect is applied to all AV sources. p The default setting is “Powerful”. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Graphic EQ]. 3 Touch the equalizer. Customizing the equalizer curves You can adjust the currently selected equalizer curve setting as desired. Adjustments can be made with a 13-band graphic equalizer. p If you make adjustments when a curve “S.Bass”, “Powerful”, “Natural”, “Vocal”, or “Flat” is selected, the equalizer curve settings will be changed to “Custom1” mandatorily. p If you make adjustments when the “Custom2” curve is selected for example, the “Custom2” curve will be updated. p “Custom1” and “Custom2” curves can be created common to all sources. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Graphic EQ]. 3 Select a curve that you want to use as the basis of customizing. 4 Touch the frequency for which you want to adjust the level. p If you trail a finger across the bars of multiple equalizer bands, the equalizer curve settings will be set to the value of the touched point on each bar. Setting the auto-adjusted equalizer You can set the auto-adjusted equalizer to suit the vehicle’s acoustics. To use this function, the vehicle’s acoustics must be measured in advance. The default setting is “Off”.  Refer to Adjusting the equalizer curve automatically (Auto EQ) on page 43 p To manually adjust the equalizer curve, set “Auto EQ&TA” to “Off”. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch “[Auto EQ&TA] to switch “On” or “Off”. Adjusting the equalizer curve automatically (Auto EQ) By measuring the vehicle’s acoustics, the equalizer curve can be adjusted automatically to suit the vehicle interior. WARNING A loud tone (noise) may be emitted from the speakers when measuring the vehicle’s acoustics. Never perform Auto EQ measurement while driving. CAUTION  Thoroughly check the conditions before performing Auto EQ, as the speakers may be damaged if this is performed under the following conditions:  When the speakers are incorrectly connected. (For exam ple, when a rear speaker is connected as a subwoofer output.)  When a speaker is connected to a power amp delivering output higher than the speaker’s maximum input power capability.  If a microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately) is not placed in an appropriate location, the measurement tone may become loud and measurement may take a long time, resulting in battery drainage. Be sure to place the microphone in the specified location. Before operating the Auto EQ function  Perform Auto EQ in as quiet a place as possible, with the vehicle engine and air conditioning switched off. Also, cut power to car phones or cellular phones in the vehicle, or 43 Audio adjustments remove them in advance. Surrounding sounds may prevent correct measurement of the vehicle’s acoustics.  Be sure to use the microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately). Using another microphone may prevent measurement, or result in incorrect measurement of the vehicle’s acoustics.  To perform Auto EQ, the front speakers must be connected.  When this product is connected to a power amp with input level control, Auto EQ may be impossible if the power amp’s input level is set below the standard level.  When this product is connected to a power amp with an LPF (low pass filter), turn the LPF off before performing Auto EQ. Also, set the cut-off frequency for the built-in LPF of an active subwoofer to the highest frequency.  The distance has been calculated by a computer to provide optimum delay to ensure accurate results. Do not change this value. — The reflected sound within the vehicle is strong and delays occur. — The LPF on active subwoofers or external amps delay the lower sounds.  If an error occurs during measurement, check the following before measuring the vehicle’s acoustics. — Front speakers (left/right) — Rear speakers (left/right) — Noise — Microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately) — Low battery Performing Auto EQ p Auto EQ changes the audio settings as follows: — The fader/balance settings return to the center position.  Refer to Using fader/balance adjustment on page 41 — “Mute Level” is set to “Off”.  Refer to Switching sound muting/attenuation on page 41 p Previous settings for Auto EQ will be overwritten. CAUTION Do not turn off the engine while the measurement is in progress. 1 Stop the vehicle in a quiet place, close all the doors, windows and sun roof, and then turn the engine off. If the engine is left running, engine noise may prevent correct Auto EQ. p If driving restrictions are detected during measurement, measurement is canceled. 2 Fix the microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately) in the center of the headrest of the driver’s seat, facing forward. The Auto EQ may differ depending on where you place the micro phone. If desired, place the microphone on the front passenger seat and perform Auto EQ. 3 Disconnect the iPhone or smartphone device. 4 Turn on the ignition switch (ACC ON). If the vehicle’s air conditioner or heater is turned on, turn it off. 5 Switch the AV source to “Source OFF”.  Refer to Selecting a source on page 11 6 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 7 Touch [A-EQ&TA Measurement]. The “A-EQ&TA Measurement” screen appears. 8 Connect the microphone for acoustical mea surement (sold separately) with this product. Plug the microphone into the AUX input jack on this product. Use an extension cable (sold separately) if the cord of the Microphone (sold separately) is not long enough. 9 Touch [Front Left] or [Front Right] to select the current listening position. 10 Touch [Start]. A 10-second countdown starts. p The Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the pro cess starts. 11 Exit the vehicle and keep the doors closed until the countdown finishes. When the countdown finishes, a measurement tone (noise) is emitted from the speakers and the Auto EQ measurement begins. 12 Wait until the measurement is completed. When Auto EQ is completed, a message is displayed. p The measurement time varies depending on the type of vehicle.  To stop the measurement, touch [Stop]. 13 Store the microphone carefully in the glove compartment or another safe place. If the microphone is subjected to direct sunlight for an extended period, high temperatures may cause distortion, color change or malfunction. Saving the sound settings You can save to recall the following current sound settings: bass boost, slope, subwoofer phase, speaker level, Graphic EQ, HPF/LPF, listening position, crossover, time alignment. 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Save Settings]. 3 Touch [OK]. All of the current sound settings are saved.  When you touch [Cancel], return to the “Audio” setting screen. Loading the sound settings 1 Display the “Audio” setting screen.  Refer to Displaying the “Audio” setting screen on page 41 2 Touch [Load Settings]. 3 Touch the item. The following items are available: AEQ Setting,Sound Setting. p “AEQ Setting” is available only when you have already performed Auto EQ measurement.  Refer to Adjusting the equalizer curve automatically (Auto EQ) on page 43 p “Sound Setting” is available only when you have already saved the sound settings.  Refer to Saving the sound settings on page 44

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Theme menu Selecting the background display The background display can be selected from 9 different preset displays for the AV operation screen and 6 different preset displays for the Top menu screen. Furthermore, you can change the background display to other images imported from an USB storage device. 1 Display the “Theme” screen. 2 Touch [Background]. 3 Touch [Home] or [AV] to switch the screen displays. The setting contents can be memorized separately for the AV operation screen and the Top menu screen. 4 Touch the item.  Preset displays: Selects the desired preset background display.  (custom): Displays the background display image imported from the USB storage device.  Refer to Saving the image as the wallpaper on page 24  (off): Hides the background display. Setting the illumination color The illumination color can be selected from 7 different colors. Furthermore, the illumination can be switched between these 7 colors in order. Selecting the color from the preset colors You can select an illumination color from the color list. 1 Display the “Theme” screen. 2 Touch [Illumination]. 3 Touch the color you want.  Colored keys: Selects the desired preset color.  (custom): Displays the screen to customize the illumina tion color.  Refer to Creating a user-defined color on page 45  (rainbow): Shifts gradually between the five default colors in sequence.  You can preview the Top menu screen or the AV operation screen by touching [Home] or [AV] respectively. Creating a user-defined color You can create a user-defined color. The created color is stored, and you can select the color when setting the illumination color the next time. 1 Display the “Theme” screen. 2 Touch [Illumination]. 3 Touch the following key. Displays the screen to create a user-defined color and store it to memory. 4 Touch the following keys. Adjusts the brightness and the level of red, green and blue to create a favorite color.  You can also adjust the color tone by dragging the color bar. 5 Touch and hold [Memo] to store the custom ized color in the memory. The customized color is stored in the memory. The set color will be recalled from the memory the next time you touch the same key. Selecting the theme color A theme color can be selected from 5 different colors. 1 Display the “Theme” screen. 2 Touch [Theme]. 3 Touch the color you want.  You can preview the Top menu screen or the AV operation screen by touching [Home] or [AV] respectively. Selecting the clock image The clock on the AV operation screen and the Top menu screen can be selected from 3 different images. 1 Display the “Theme” screen. 2 Touch [Clock]. 3 Touch the item.  Preset images: Selects the desired preset clock image.  (off): Hides the clock display.

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Setting up the video player Setting the top-priority languages You can assign the top-priority language to the top-priority sub p The TV aspect ratio cannot be changed for some discs. For details, refer to the disc’s instructions. Setting parental lock

title, audio and menu in initial playback. If the selected language is recorded on the disc, subtitles, audio and menu are displayed or output in that language. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. Setting the language You can set a language preference. When available, the sub titles, audio or menu will be provided in the selected language. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [Subtitle Language], [Audio Language] or [Menu Language]. The pop-up menu appears. 4 Touch the desired language. When you select “Others”, a language code input screen is shown. Input the four-digit code of the desired language then touch . p If the selected language is not available, the language speci fied on the disc is displayed. p You can also switch the language by touching the switch languages key during playback. p The setting made here will not be affected even if the lan guage is switched during playback using the appropriate key. Setting the angle icon display The angle icon can be set so it appears on scenes where the angle can be switched. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [Multi Angle] repeatedly until the desired setting appears.  On (default): Turns the multi-angle setting on.  Off: Turns the multi-angle setting off. Setting the aspect ratio There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen display has a width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) of 16:9, while a regular display has a TV aspect of 4:3. If you use a regular rear display with a TV aspect of 4:3, you can set the aspect ratio suitable for your rear display. (We recommend use of this function only when you want to fit the aspect ratio to the rear display.) p When using a regular display, select either “Letter Box” or “Pan Scan”. Selecting “16:9” may result in an unnatural image. p If you select the TV aspect ratio, this product’s display will change to the same setting. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [TV Aspect]. The pop-up menu appears. 4 Touch the item.  16:9 (default): Displays the wide screen image (16:9) as it is (initial setting).  Letter Box: Makes the image in the shape of a letterbox with black bands on the top and bottom of the screen.  Pan Scan: Cuts the image short on the right and left sides of the screen. p When playing discs that do not have a panscan system, the disc is played back with “Letter Box” even if you select the “Pan Scan” setting. Confirm whether the disc package bears the mark. Some DVD-Video discs let you use parental lock to set restric tions so that children cannot watch violent or adult-oriented scenes. You can set the parental lock level in steps as desired. p When you set a parental lock level and then play a disc fea turing parental lock, code number input indications may be displayed. In this case, playback will begin when the correct code number is input. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. Setting the code number and level When you first use this function, register your code number. If you do not register a code number, the parental lock will not operate. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [Parental]. The “Parental” screen appears. 4 Touch [0] to [9] to input a four-digit code number. 5 Touch the following key. Registers the code number, and you can now set the level. 6 Touch any number between [1] to [8] to select the desired level.  [8]: Enables playback of the entire disc (initial setting).  [7] to [2]: Enables playback of discs for children and non adult oriented discs.  [1]: Enables only playback of discs for children. 7 Touch the following key. Sets the parental lock level.

46 Setting up the video player p We recommend to keep a record of your code number in case you forget it. p The parental lock level is recorded on the disc. You can con firm it by looking at the disc package, the included literature or the disc itself. You cannot use parental lock with discs that

do not feature a recorded parental lock level. p With some discs, parental lock operates to skip certain scenes only, after which normal playback resumes. For details, refer to the disc’s instructions. Displaying your DivX VOD reg istration code If you want to play DivX® VOD (video on demand) content on this product, you must first register this product with your DivX VOD content provider. You do this by generating a DivX VOD registra tion code, which you submit to your provider. p Keep a record of the code as you will need it when you register this product to the DivX VOD provider. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [DivX® VOD]. The “DivX® VOD” screen appears. p If a registration code has already been activated, it cannot be displayed. 4 Touch [Registration Code]. Your 10-digit registration code is displayed. p Make a note of the code as you will need it when you deregis ter from a DivX VOD provider. Displaying your DivX VOD deregistration code A registration code registered with a deregistration code can be deleted. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [DivX® VOD]. The “DivX® VOD” screen appears. 4 Touch [Deregistration Code]. Your 8-digit deregistration code is displayed. p Make a note of the code as you will need it when you deregis ter from a DivX VOD provider. Automatic playback of DVDs When a DVD disc with a DVD menu is inserted, this product will cancel the menu automatically and start playback from the first chapter of the first title. p Some DVDs may not operate properly. If this function is not fully operable, turn this function off and start playback. p This setting is available when the selected source is “Disc”, “CD”, “Video CD” or “DVD”. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 3 Touch [DVD Auto Play] repeatedly until the desired setting appears.  Off (default): Turns the DVD Auto Play setting off  On: Turns the DVD Auto Play setting on Setting the video signal for the rear view camera When you connect a rear view camera to this product, select the suitable video signal setting. p You can operate this function only for the video signal input into the AV input. 1 Display the “Video Setup” screen. 2 Touch [Video Signal Setting]. 3 Touch [Camera]. The pop-up menu appears. 4 Touch the item.  Auto (default): Adjusts the video signal setting automatically.  PAL: Sets the video signal to PAL.  NTSC: Sets the video signal to NTSC.  PAL-M: Sets the video signal to PAL-M.  PAL-N: Sets the video signal to PAL-N.  SECAM: Sets the video signal to SECAM.

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Registering your favorite menu items in shortcuts allows you to quickly jump to the registered menu screen by a simple touch on the “Favorites” screen. p Up to 12 menu items can be registered in the favorite menu. 1 Radio 1 21 48 6/10 Changes the wide screen mode  Refer to Changing the wide screen mode on page 49 Setting the time and date

2 Creating a shortcut 3 4 1 Display the “Settings” screen. 5 6 1 AMFM Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcdefghi 000.0 MHz ᵦᵢᵏ 2 ᵦᵢ ᵢᵧᵥᵧᵲᵟᵪ 1 Touch the current time on the screen. 2 Touch or to set the correct time and date. You can operate the following items: Year, month, date, hour, minute. p You can change the time display format to “12hour” (default) or “24hour”.

2 Touch the star icon of the menu item. The star icon for the selected menu is filled in.  To cancel the registration, touch the star icon in the menu column again. Selecting a shortcut 1 Display the “Favorites” screen. 2 Touch the desired menu item. Removing a shortcut 1 Display the “Favorites” screen. 2 Touch the favorite menu column. The selected menu item is removed from the “Favorites” screen.  You can also remove a shortcut by touching the star icon in the registered menu column. 48 CD 21 48 6/10 ẂAbcdefghi Ẃ04 3 AV 21 48 6/10 Full 4 1 Clock display Displays the time and date setting screen  Refer to Setting the time and date on page 48 2 Song information Performs the iTunes Tagging  Refer to Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) on page 48 3 S.Rtrv key Switches the sound retriever setting  Refer to Setting the “Sound Retriever” function on page 49 4 Screen display mode key p You can change the order of date display format: Day-month year, Month-day-year, Year-month-date. Storing song information to an iPod (iTunes Tagging) You can store song information to the iPod when this product receives song information. The songs will appear in a playlist called “Tagged playlist” in iTunes the next time you synchronize your iPod. You can directly buy the songs via this product. p The iTunes Tagging function is available while digital broad casts are being received. p This function is available for the following iPod models: iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus iPod touch 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th generation iPod classic 1st, 2nd generation iPod nano 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th generation p The version of iTunes must be 7.4 or higher. 1 Tune into the broadcast station.  Radio  Refer to Radio on page 18  SiriusXM  Refer to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio on page 32 2 Touch the song information.  Radio The song title or artist name  SiriusXM The artist name, song title, category name or content text The information on the song on air is stored in this product. When the information is acquired, turns off and is displayed. p The song information for up to 50 songs can be stored in this product.

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3 Connect your iPod. The song information is transferred to your iPod. p When your iPod is already connected, the song information will be transferred directly to your iPod every time you touch the song information. p When the song information transfer is completed, the infor mation stored in this product will be automatically deleted. p If you turn off this product or disconnect the iPod while transferring song information, the transfer may not success fully complete. p While this product is storing song information, transfer to an iPod is not possible. Setting the “Sound Retriever” function The “Sound Retriever” function automatically enhances com pressed audio and restores rich sound. 1 Touch to switch the settings.  (Mode1) (default), (Mode2): Activates the “Sound Retriever” function.  (Off): Deactivates the “Sound Retriever” function. p Mode2 has a stronger effect than Mode1. Changing the wide screen mode You can set the screen size for the video and JPEG images. p The default setting is “Full”, and for JPEG images is “Normal”. p JPEG can be set to either “Normal” or “Trimming” in wide screen mode. 1 Touch the screen display mode key. p The appearance of this key changes according to the current setting. 2 Touch the desired mode.  Full: A 4:3 picture is enlarged in the horizontal direction only, enabling you to enjoy an image without any omissions.  Zoom: A 4:3 picture is enlarged in the same proportion both verti cally and horizontally.  Normal: A 4:3 picture is displayed normally, without changing its proportion.  Trimming An image is displayed across the entire screen with the horizontal-to-vertical ratio left as is. If the screen ratio differs from the image, the image may be displayed partly cut off either at the top/bottom or sides. p This setting is for JPEG images only. p You cannot operate this function while driving. p Different settings can be stored for each video source. p When a video is viewed in a wide screen mode that does not match its original aspect ratio, it may appear different. p The video image will appear coarser when viewed in “Zoom” mode. Restoring this product to the default settings You can restore settings or recorded content to the default set tings. Various methods are used to clear user data. Method 1: Remove the vehicle battery Resets various settings registered to this product. p The settings configured on the “Theme” screen are not reset. Method 2: Restore the default settings from the “System” menu Method 3: Press the RESET button  Refer to Resetting the microprocessor on page 6 Restoring the default settings p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. CAUTION Do not turn off the engine while restoring the settings. 1 Display the “System” setting screen. 2 Touch [Restore Settings]. A message confirming whether to initialize the settings appears. 3 Touch [Restore]. p The source is turned off and the Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the process starts.

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Connection Precautions Your new product and this manual  Do not operate this product, any applications, or the rear view camera option (if purchased) if doing so will divert your attention in any way from the safe operation of your vehicle. CAUTION  Secure all wiring with cable clamps or electrical tape. Do not allow any bare wiring to remain exposed.  Do not directly connect the yellow lead of this product to the vehicle battery. If the lead is directly connected to the battery, engine vibration may eventually cause the insulation to fail at the point where the wire passes from the passenger compartment into the or power amp (sold separately), make sure to connect the ground wire first. Ensure that the ground wire is properly connected to metal parts of the car’s body. The ground wire of the power amp and the one of this unit or any other device must be connected to the car separately with different screws. If the screw for the ground wire loosens or falls out, it could result in fire generation of smoke or malfunction.

Always observe safe driving rules and follow all existing traffic regulations. If you experience difficulty in operating this product or reading the display, park your vehicle in a safe location and apply the parking brake before making the necessary adjustments.  Do not install this product where it may (i) obstruct the driver’s vision, (ii) impair the performance of any of the vehicle’s operating systems of safety features, including airbags, hazard lamp buttons, or (iii) impair the driver’s ability to safely operate the vehicle. In some cases, it may not be possible to install this product because of the vehicle type or the shape of the vehicle interior.  The graphical symbol placed on the product means direct current. engine compartment. If the yellow lead’s insulation tears as a result of contact with metal parts, short circuiting can occur, resulting in considerable danger.  It is extremely dangerous to allow cables to become wound around the steering column or shift lever. Be sure to install this product, its cables, and wiring away in such so that they will not obstruct or hinder driving.  Make sure that the cables and wires will not interfere with or become caught in any of the vehicle’s moving parts, especially the steering wheel, shift lever, parking brake, sliding seat tracks, doors, or any of the vehicle’s controls.  Do not route wires where they will be exposed to high temperatures. If the insulation heats up, wires Ground wire Other devices (Another electronic device in the car) POWER AMP Metal parts of car’s body

Important safeguards WARNING Pioneer does not recommend that you install this product yourself. This product is designed for professional installation only. We recommend that only authorized Pioneer service personnel, who have special training and experience in mobile electronics, set up and may become damaged, resulting in a short circuit or malfunction and permanent damage to the product.  Do not shorten any leads. If you do, the protection circuit (fuse holder, fuse resistor or filter, etc.) may fail to work properly.  Never feed power to other electronic products by cutting the insulation of the power supply lead of this product and tapping into the lead. The current capacity of the lead will be exceeded, causing  When replacing the fuse, be sure to only use a fuse of the rating prescribed on this product.  This product cannot be installed in a vehicle without ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch. ACC ON FFON FF

install this product. NEVER SERVICE THIS PRODUCT YOURSELF. Installing or servicing this product and its connecting cables may expose you to the risk of electric shock or other hazards, and can cause damage to this O O overheating. S S T T A A RT RT Before installing this product  Use this unit with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding

product that is not covered by warranty. Precautions before connecting the system WARNING Do not take any steps to tamper with or disable the parking brake interlock system which is in place for your protection. Tampering with or disabling the parking brake interlock system could result in serious injury or death. 50 only. Failure to do so may result in a fire or malfunction.  To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be sure to discon nect the (–) battery cable before installation. To prevent damage WARNING  Use speakers over 50 W (maximum input power) and between 4 Ω to 8 Ω (impedance value). Do not use 1 Ω to 3 Ω speakers for this unit.  The black cable is ground. When installing this unit ACC position No ACC position  To avoid short-circuiting, cover the disconnected lead with insulating tape. It is especially important to insulate all unused speaker leads, which if left uncovered may cause a short circuit.  For connecting a power amp or other devices to this product, refer to the manual for the product to be connected. Connection Notice for the blue/white lead  When the ignition switch is turned on (ACC ON), a control signal is output through the blue/white lead. Connect to an external power amp’s system remote control terminal, the auto-antenna relay control terminal, or the antenna booster power control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). The control signal is output through the blue/white lead, even if the audio source is switched off. This product 1 2 3 4 5 6 Power cord 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a b d 1 To power supply 9 Blue/white Connect to system control terminal of the power amp (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). a Light green Used to detect the ON/OFF status of the parking brake. This lead must be connected to the power supply side of the parking brake switch. b Power supply side c Parking brake switch d Ground side Speaker leads 1 2 c L R 3 4

c b 789a 1 Pioneer navigation system Please contact your dealer to inquire about the connectable navigation unit. 2 RGB cable(supplied with Navigation system) 3 Microphone 3 m (9 ft. 10-1/8 in.) 4 This product 5 Wired remote input 2 Power cord 3 Yellow To terminal supplied with power regardless of ignition switch position. 4 Red To electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (12 V DC) ON/OFF. 5 Orange/white To lighting switch terminal. 5 F/H 6 R/M     7 8 b c 9 a d e    

Hard-wired remote control adapter can be connected (sold separately). 6 SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner Please refer to the instruction manual for SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner (sold separately). 7 Antenna jack 8 Power supply 9 Fuse (10 A) a Front output (STD)/High range output (NW) b Rear output (STD)/Middle range output (NW) c SubWoofer output (STD)/Low range output (NW) 6 Black (ground) To vehicle (metal) body. 7 Violet/white Of the two lead wires connected to the back lamp, connect the one in which the voltage changes when the gear shift is in the REVERSE (R) position. This connection enables the unit to sense whether the car is moving forwards or backwards. 8 Yellow/black If you use an equipment with Mute function, wire this lead to the Audio Mute lead on that equipment. If not, keep the Audio Mute lead free of any connections. Perform these connections when using a subwoofer without the optional amplifier.

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Connection L R 3 4 1 3 2 4 iPhone and smartphone  For details on how to connect an external device using a

 f b d    separately sold cable, refer to the manual for the cable. SW  c e 5 5  For details concerning the connection, operations and

   compatibility of iPhone, refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or 3

g 1   2 6  smartphone on page 16.  For details concerning the connection and operations of Android device, refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone

b d 7 7 on page 16.

h i   3

c e  2 1   8 iPhone with Lightning connector

1 To power supply 9 9

2 Power cord 3 Left   Connecting via the USB port

4 Right 5 Front speaker (STD) or high range speaker (NW) 6 Rear speaker (STD) or middle range speaker (NW) 7 White 8 White/black 9 Gray a Gray/black b Green c Green/black d Violet e Violet/black With internal amp Important Front speaker and Rear speaker signals (STD) or middle range speaker and high range speaker signals (NW) are output from the speaker leads when this connection is in use. 1 3 2 8 1 2 4 3

f Subwoofer (4 Ω)  

g When using a subwoofer of 2 Ω, be sure to connect the 9 9

subwoofer to the violet and violet/black leads of this unit. Do not connect anything to the green and green/black leads. h Not used.  1 System remote control  1 USB port 2 USB cable 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

i Subwoofer (4 Ω) × 2 When a subwoofer is connected to this product instead of a rear speaker, change the rear output setting in the initial setting. The subwoofer output of this product is monaural.  Refer to Switching the rear speaker output on page 42 With a two-speaker system, do not connect anything to the speaker leads that are not connected to speakers. Power amp (sold separately) Without internal amp Important The speaker leads are not used when this connection is in use. 52 Connect to Blue/white cable. 2 Power amp (sold separately) 3 Connect with RCA cable (sold separately) 4 To Rear output (STD) To middle range output (NW) 5 Rear speaker (STD) Middle range speaker (NW) 6 To Front output (STD) To high range output (NW) 7 Front speaker (STD) High range speaker (NW) 8 To subwoofer output (STD) To low range output (NW) 9 Subwoofer (STD) Low range speaker (NW) Please select the appropriate speaker mode between stan dard mode (STD) and network mode (NW).  Refer to On first-time startup on page 8 3 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU52) (sold separately) 4 iPhone with Lightning connector

Connection iPhone with 30-pin connector Connecting via the AUX input 5 1 2 Android device Connecting via the USB port 1 4 1 23 4 5

3 4 1 USB port 2 1 USB port 6 7 3 8 1 Rear view camera (ND-BC8) (sold separately) 2 AUX input 3 USB cable 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.) 4 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU201V) (sold separately) 5 iPhone with 30-pin connector Connecting via the USB port 4 1 2 3 1 USB port 2 USB cable 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.) 3 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU51) (sold separately) 4 iPhone with 30-pin connector 2 USB cable (supplied with CD-MU200 (sold separately)) 3 USB - micro USB cable (Type USB A - micro USB B) (sup plied with CD-MU200 (sold separately)) 4 Android device Camera About rear view camera When you use the rear view camera, the rear view image is automatically switched from the video by moving the shift lever to REVERSE (R). Camera View mode also allows you to check what is behind you while driving. WARNING USE INPUT ONLY FOR REVERSE OR MIRROR IMAGE REAR VIEW CAMERA. OTHER USE MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DAMAGE. CAUTION  The screen image may appear reversed.  With the rear view camera you can keep an eye on trailers, or back into a tight parking spot. Do not use for entertainment purposes.  Objects in rear view may appear closer or more distant than in reality.  The image area of full-screen images displayed while backing or checking the rear of the vehicle may differ slightly. 2 To video output 3 RCA cable (supplied with ND-BC8) 4 This product 5 Brown (R.C IN) 6 Power supply 7 Power cord 8 Violet/white (REVERSE-GEAR SIGNAL INPUT)  Refer to Power cord on page 51 Connect only the rear view camera to R.C IN. Do not connect any other equipment. Some appropriate settings are required to use other view cameras.  Refer to Setting the rear view camera on page 38

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External video component and the display 1 3 2 4 5 The appropriate setting is required to use the external video component.  Refer to AV input on page 36 WARNING NEVER install the rear display in a location that enables the driver to watch the video source while driving. This product’s rear video output is for connection of a display to enable passengers in the rear seats to watch the video source. Precautions before installation CAUTION Never install this product in places where, or in a manner that:  Could injure the driver or passengers if the vehicle stops suddenly.  May interfere with the driver’s operation of the vehicle, such as on the floor in front of the driver’s seat, or close to the steering wheel or shift lever.

6 7 c d e f g a b 3 8 9  To ensure proper installation, be sure to use the sup plied parts in the manner specified. If any parts are not supplied with this product, use compatible parts in the manner specified after you have the parts’ compatibility checked by your dealer. If parts other than supplied or compatible ones are used, they may damage internal parts of this product or they may work loose and the product may become detached.  Do not install this product where it may (i) obstruct the driver’s vision, (ii) impair the performance of any of the vehicle’s operating systems or safety features, including airbags, hazard lamp buttons or (iii) impair the driver’s ability to safely operate the vehicle.  Never install this product in front of or next to the place in the dashboard, door, or pillar from which one of your vehicle’s airbags would deploy. Please refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual for reference to the deployment area of the frontal airbags. Before installing

1 Rear display with RCA input jacks 2 To video input 3 RCA cables (sold separately) 4 This product 5 Yellow (V OUT) 6 Yellow (V IN) 7 Red, white (R IN, L IN) 8 AUX input 9 Mini-jack AV cable (CD-RM10) (sold separately) a Yellow b Red, white c To Yellow d To Red, white e To video output f To audio outputs g External video component (sold separately)  Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires drill ing holes or other modifications of the vehicle.  Before making a final installation of this product, temporar ily connect the wiring to confirm that the connections are correct and the system works properly. Installation notes  Do not install this product in places subject to high tempera tures or humidity, such as:  Places close to a heater, vent or air conditioner.  Places exposed to direct sunlight, such as on top of the dashboard.  Places that may be exposed to rain, such as close to the door or on the vehicle’s floor.

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Installation  Install this product horizontally on a surface within 0 to 30 degrees tolerance (within 5 degrees to the left or right). Improper installation of the unit with the surface tilted more than these tolerances increases the potential for errors in the vehicle’s location display, and might otherwise cause reduced display performance. 30°  When installing, to ensure proper heat dispersal when using this unit, make sure you leave ample space behind the rear panel and wrap any loose cables so they are not blocking the vents. 4 Leave ample 1 3 1 2 2 1 Microphone lead 2 Groove 2 Attach the microphone clip to the sun visor. 1 2 space 5 cm 5 cm Installation using the screw holes on the side of this product 1 Fastening this product to the factory radio mounting bracket. Position this product so that its screw holes are aligned with the screw holes of the bracket, and tighten the screws at three locations on each side. Use either the truss head screws (5 mm × 8 mm) or flush surface screws (5 mm × 9 mm), depending on the shape of the bracket’s screw holes. 1 Factory radio-mounting bracket 2 If the pawl interferes with installation, you may bend it down out of the way. 3 Dashboard or console 4 Truss head screw or flush surface screw Be sure to use the screws supplied with this product. Installing the microphone  Install the microphone in a place where its direction and dis tance from the driver make it easiest to pick up the driver’s voice.  Be sure to turn off (ACC OFF) the product before connecting the microphone.  Depending on the vehicle model, the microphone cable length may be too short when you mount the microphone on the sun visor. In such cases, install the microphone on the steering column. Mounting on the sun visor 1 Fit the microphone lead into the groove. 1 Microphone clip 2 Clamps Use separately sold clamps to secure the lead where neces sary inside the vehicle. Install the microphone on the sun visor when it is in the up position. It cannot recognize the driver’s voice if the sun visor is in the down position. Installation on the steering column 1 Detach the microphone base from the micro phone clip by sliding the microphone base while pressing the tab.

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Installation Appendix Troubleshooting 1 If you have problems operating this product, refer to this sec tion. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized No sounds are produced. The volume level will not rise.  Cables are not connected correctly. — Connect the cables correctly.  The system is performing still, slow motion, or frame-by frame playback with DVD-Video. — There is no sound during still, slow motion, or frame-by

2 1 Tab 2 Microphone base 2 Mount the microphone on the steering column. 1 2 1 Double-sided tape 2 Clamps Use separately sold clamps to secure the lead where neces sary inside the vehicle. 3 Keeping it away from the steering wheel. Adjusting the microphone angle Pioneer service facility. Common problems A black screen is displayed, and operation is not possible using the touch panel keys.  “Power OFF” mode is on. — Press any button on this product to release the mode. Problems with the AV screen CD or DVD playback is not possible.  The disc is inserted upside down. — Insert the disc with the label upward.  The disc is dirty. — Clean the disc.  The disc is cracked or otherwise damaged. — Insert a normal, round disc.  The files on the disc are in an irregular file format. — Check the file format.  The disc format cannot be played back. — Replace the disc.  The loaded disc is a type this product cannot play. — Check what type of disc it is. The screen is covered by a caution message and the video cannot be shown.  The parking brake lead is not connected or applied. — Connect the parking brake lead correctly, and apply the parking brake.  The parking brake interlock is activated. — Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. No video output from the connected equipment.  The “AV Input” or “AUX Input” setting is incorrect. — Correct the settings. The audio or video skips.  This product is not firmly secured. — Secure this product firmly. frame playback with DVD-Video.  The system is paused or performing, fast reverse or forward during the disc playback. — For the media other than music CD (CD-DA), there is no sound on fast reverse or forward. The icon  is displayed, and operation is impossible.  The operation is not compatible with the video configuration. — This operation is not possible. (For example, the DVD playing does not feature that angle, audio system, subtitle language, etc.) Random playback in Music Browse mode is released in the USB storage device.  Random playback in Music Browse mode is canceled after the ignition switch is turned off (ACC off). — Switch to Music Browse mode again and turn on random playback. The picture stops (pauses) and this product cannot be operated.  The reading of data is impossible during disc playback. — Stop playback once, then restart. The picture is stretched, with an incorrect aspect ratio.  The aspect setting is incorrect for the display. — Select the appropriate setting for that image. A parental lock message is displayed and DVD playback is not possible.  The parental lock is on. — Turn the parental lock off or change the level. The parental lock for DVD playback cannot be canceled.  The code number is incorrect. — Input the correct code number. Playback is not with the audio language and subtitle language settings selected in “DVD/DivX Setup”.  The DVD playing does not feature dialog or subtitles in the language selected in “DVD/DivX Setup”. — Switching to a selected language is not possible if the language selected in “DVD/DivX Setup” is not recorded on the disc.

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Appendix The picture is extremely unclear/distorted and dark during playback.  The disc features a signal to prohibit copying. (Some discs may have this.) — Since this product is compatible with the copy guard analog copy protect system, the picture may suffer from horizontal stripes or other imperfections when a disc with that kind of protection signal is viewed on some displays. This is not a malfunction. iPod cannot be operated.  The iPod is frozen. — Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone. — Update the iPod software version.  An error has occurred. — Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone. — Park your vehicle in a safe place, and turn off the engine. Turn the ignition key back to off (ACC OFF). Then restart the engine, and turn the power to this product back on. — Update the iPod software version.  Cables are not connected correctly. — Connect the cables correctly. Sound from the iPod cannot be heard.  The audio output direction may switch automatically when the Bluetooth and USB connections are used at the same time. — Use the iPod to change the audio output direction. Problems with the phone screen Dialing is impossible because the touch panel keys for dialing are inactive.  Your phone is out of range for service. — Retry after re-entering the range for service.  The connection between the cellular phone and this product cannot be established now. — Perform the connection process.  Of the two cellular phones connected to this product at the same time, if the first phone is dialing, ringing or a call is in progress, dialing cannot be performed on the second phone. — When the operation on the first of the two cellular phones is completed, use the switch devices key to switch to the second phone and then dial. Problems with the Application screen A black screen is displayed.  While operating an application, the application was ended on the smartphone side. — Press to display the Top menu screen.  The smartphone OS may be awaiting screen operation. — Stop the vehicle in a safe place and check the screen on the smartphone. The screen is displayed, but operation does not work at all.  An error has occurred. — Park your vehicle in a safe place, and then turn off the ignition switch (ACC OFF). Subsequently, turn the ignition switch to on (ACC ON) again. — When an Android device is connected, disconnect the Bluetooth connection from this product and then recon nect it. The smartphone was not charged.  Charging stopped because the temperature of the smart phone rose due to prolonged use of the smartphone during charging. — Disconnect the smartphone from the cable, and wait until the smartphone cools down.  More battery power was consumed than was gained from charging. — This problem may be resolved by stopping any unneces sary services on the smartphone. Sound from AppRadioOne of the Android device cannot be heard from the speakers of this unit.  Depending on the Android device, the sound from AppRadioOne may not be output from the speakers of this unit. — Switch to “ Smartphone” in the “AppRadioOne Sound” settings.(Refer to 38) Error messages When problems occur with this product, an error message appears on the display. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or your nearest Pioneer service center. Common AMP Error  This product fails to operate or the speaker connection is incorrect; the protective circuit is activated. — Check the speaker connection. If the message fails to disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer Service Station for assistance. Pandora Error-19  Communication failed. — Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPod’s main menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it. Skip limit reached.  Skip limit reached. — Do not exceed the skip limit. — Pandora limits the total number of skips per hour. Check Device  You are not logged in to the Pandora application. — Please log in to the Pandora application. Incompatible USB  The connected USB storage device is not supported by this product. — Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible USB storage device. Check USB  The USB connector or USB cable has short-circuited. — Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught in something or damaged.  The connected USB storage device consumes more than maximum allowable current. — Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then connect a compliant USB storage device. Cannot play music due to licensing restrictions.  The Pandora application is accessed/relocated from outside the licensing region. — Access Pandora from within the licensing region.

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Appendix Spotify Skip limit reached.  Skip limit reached. — Do not exceed the skip limit. — Spotify limits the total number of skips per hour. Check USB  The USB connector or USB cable has short-circuited. — Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught in something or damaged.  The connected USB storage device consumes more than maximum allowable current. — Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then connect a compliant USB storage device. SiriusXM Satellite Radio Check Antenna  The antenna connection is incorrect. — Check the antenna connection. If the message fails to disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, con tact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service center for assistance. Check Tuner  The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner connection is incorrect. — Check the tuner connection and battery voltage. If the message fails to disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, contact your dealer or the nearest autho rized Pioneer service center for assistance. No Signal  The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner is having difficulty receiving the SiriusXM satellite signal. — Verify that your vehicle is outdoors with a clear view of the southern sky. — Verify that the SiriusXM magnetic mount antenna is mounted on a metal surface on the outside of the vehicle. — Move the SiriusXM antenna away from any obstructions. No Content  TuneScan is not available. — Perform the operation with another preset channel. Channel Not Available  The channel that you have requested is not a valid SiriusXM channel. — Check the SiriusXM channel lineup. Subscription Updated Press Enter to Continue  This product has detected a change in your SiriusXM sub scription status. — Touch [Enter] to clear the message. 58 Channel Not Subscribed. Call SiriusXM to Subscribe.  The channel that you have requested is not included in your SiriusXM subscription package. — Check the content of your SiriusXM subscription package. Channel Locked Please Enter the Lock Code  Locked by the radio Parental Control feature. — Release the channel lock. Artist Unavailable  The alert memo function is not available. — Perform the operation with another channel. Song Unavailable  The alert memo function is not available. — Perform the operation with another channel. Team Unavailable  The alert memo function is not available. — Perform the operation with another channel. Alert Memory Full You can manage alert memory in the alert list  The memory is full. — Clear the alert list. Memory Full  The memory has become full while playback was paused. — Resume playback. Memory Nearly Full  The memory has become nearly full while playback was paused. — Resume playback. Tune Mix advisory  There are no qualified TuneMix channels in this band. — Requires two or more qualified music channels to be stored as presets in the current band. Disc Error-02-XX/FF-FF  The disc is dirty. — Clean the disc.  The disc is scratched. — Replace the disc.  The disc is loaded upside down. — Check that the disc is loaded correctly.  There is an electrical or mechanical error. — Press the RESET button. Different Region Disc  The disc does not have the same region number as this product. — Replace the DVD with one bearing the correct region number. Unplayable Disc  This type of disc cannot be played on this product. — Replace the disc with one that can be played on this product. Unplayable File  This type of file cannot be played on this product. — Select a file that can be played. Skipped  The inserted disc contains DRM protected files. — The protected files are skipped. Protect  All the files on the inserted disc are embedded with DRM. — Replace the disc. TEMP  The temperature of this product is outside the normal operat ing range. — Wait until this product returns to a temperature within the normal operating limits. This DivX rental has expired.  The inserted disc contains expired DivX VOD content. — Select a file that can be played. Unable to write to flash memory.  The playback history for VOD contents cannot be saved for some reason. — Retry. — If the message appears frequently, consult your dealer. Your device is not authorized to play this DivX protected video.  This product’s DivX registration code has not been autho rized by the DivX VOD contents provider. — Register this product to the DivX VOD contents provider. Video frame rate not supported  DivX file’s frame rate is more than 30 fps . — Select a file that can be played. Audio Format not supported  This type of file is not supported on this product. — Select a file that can be played. USB storage device Error-02-9X/-DX  Communication failed. — Turn the ignition switch OFF and back ON. — Disconnect the USB storage device. — Change to a different source. Then, return to the USB storage device. Appendix Unplayable File  This type of file cannot be played on this product. — Select a file that can be played.  Security for the connected USB storage device is enabled. — Follow the USB storage device instructions to disable security. Skipped  The connected USB storage device contains DRM protected files. — The protected files are skipped. Protect  All the files on the connected USB storage device are embedded with DRM. — Replace the USB storage device. Incompatible USB  The connected USB storage device is not supported by this product. — Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible USB storage device. Check USB  The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. — Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught in something or damaged.  The connected USB storage device consumes more than maximum allowable current. — Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then connect a compliant USB storage device. HUB Error  The connected USB hub is not supported by this product. — Directly connect the USB storage device to this product. No Response  This product cannot recognize the connected USB storage device. — Disconnect the device and replace it with another USB storage device. USB was disconnected for device protection. Do not re insert this USB memory into the unit. Please restart the unit.  The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. — Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught in something or damaged.  The connected USB storage device consumes more than maximum allowable current. — Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then connect a compliant USB storage device.  The USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone is short-circuited. — Confirm that the USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone or USB cable is not caught in something or damaged. Audio Format not supported  This type of file is not supported on this product. — Select a file that can be played. iPod Error-02-6X/-9X/-DX  iPod failure. — Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPod’s main menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it. Error-02-67  The iPod firmware version is old. — Update the iPod version. iTunes tagging Error-8D  Built-in FLASH ROM encountered an error. — Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON. Tag store failed.  Tag information cannot be stored in this product. — Try again. Already stored.  This tag information is already stored in memory. — Tag information can only be saved once for any given song. Tag information cannot be saved for the same song more than once. Memory full. Connect iPod.  The tag information is successfully stored. The flash memory of this product has become full. — The tag information on this product is transferred to the iPod automatically when an iPod is connected. Memory full. Tags not stored. Connect iPod.  This product’s flash memory used as the temporary storage area is full. — The tag information on this product is transferred to the iPod automatically when an iPod is connected. iPod full. Tags not transferred.  Memory used for tag information on the iPod is full. — Sync the iPod with iTunes and clean up the tagged playlist. Tag transfer failed. Reconnect your iPod.  This product’s tag information cannot transfer to the iPod. — Check the iPod and try again. Bluetooth Error-10  The power failed for the Bluetooth module of this product. — Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON. If the error message is still displayed after performing the above action, please contact your dealer or an authorized Pioneer Service Station. Handling and care of discs Some basic precautions are necessary when handling your discs. Built-in drive and care  Use only conventional, fully circular discs. Do not use shaped discs.  Do not use cracked, chipped, warped, or otherwise damaged discs as they may damage the built-in drive.  Use 12-cm discs. Do not use 8-cm discs or an adapter for 8-cm discs.  When using discs that can be printed on label surfaces, check the instructions and the warnings of the discs. Depending on the discs, inserting and ejecting may not be possible. Using such discs may result in damage to this equipment.  Do not attach labels, write on or apply chemicals to the surface of the discs.  Do not attach commercially available labels or other materi als to the discs.  To clean a disc, wipe it with a soft cloth, moving outward from the center.  Condensation may temporarily impair the built-in drive’s performance.

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Appendix  Playback of discs may not be possible because of disc characteristics, disc format, recorded application, playback environment, storage conditions and so on.  Road shocks may interrupt disc playback.  Read the precautions for discs before using them. Ambient conditions for playing a disc  At extremely high temperatures, a temperature cutout protects this product by switching it off automatically.  Despite our careful design of the product, small scratches that do not affect actual operation may appear on the disc surface as a result of mechanical wear, ambient conditions for use or handling of the disc. This is not a sign of the malfunction of this product. Consider it to be normal wear and tear. Playable discs DVD-Video  is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.  It is not possible to play DVD-Audio discs. This DVD drive may not be able to play all discs bearing the marks shown above. CD AVCHD recorded discs This unit is not compatible with discs recorded in AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) format. Do not insert AVCHD discs. If inserted, the disc may not be ejected. Playing DualDisc  DualDiscs are two-sided discs that have a recordable CD for audio on one side and a recordable DVD for video on the other.  Playback of the DVD side is possible with this product. However, since the CD side of DualDiscs is not physically compatible with the general CD standard, it may not be pos sible to play the CD side with this product.  Frequent loading and ejecting of a DualDisc may result in scratches to the disc.  Serious scratches can lead to playback problems on this product. In some cases, a DualDisc may become stuck in the disc-loading slot and will not eject. To prevent this, we recommend you refrain from using DualDisc with this product.  Please refer to the manufacturer for more detailed informa tion about DualDiscs. Dolby Digital This product will down-mix Dolby Digital signals internally and the sound will be output in stereo. p Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Dolby Audio and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Detailed information for play able media Compatibility Common notes about disc compatibility  Certain functions of this product may not be available for some discs.  Compatibility with all discs is not guaranteed.  It is not possible to playback DVD-ROM/DVD-RAM discs.  Playback of discs may become impossible with direct expo sure to sunlight, high temperatures, or depending on the storage conditions in the vehicle. DVD-Video discs  DVD-Video discs that have incompatible region numbers cannot be played on this DVD drive. The region number of the player can be found on this product’s chassis. DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD-R SL (Single Layer)/DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs  Unfinalized discs which have been recorded with the Video format (video mode) cannot be played back.  Discs which have been recorded with the Video Recording format (VR mode) cannot be played back.  DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs which have been recorded with Layer Jump recording cannot be played back.  For detailed information about recording mode, please contact the manufacturer of media, recorders, or writing software. CD-R/CD-RW discs  Unfinalized discs cannot be played back.  It may not be possible to playback CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded on a music CD recorder or a computer because of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on the disc, or dirt, scratches or condensation on the lens of the built-in drive.  Playback of discs recorded on a computer may not be pos sible, depending on the recording device, writing software, their settings, and other environmental factors.  Please record with the correct format. (For details, please contact manufacturer of media, recorders, or writing software.)

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Appendix  Titles and other text information recorded on a CD-R/CD-RW disc may not be displayed by this product (in the case of audio data (CD-DA)).  Read the precautions with CD-R/CD-RW discs before using them. Common notes about the USB storage device  Do not leave the USB storage device in any location with high temperatures.  Depending on the kind of the USB storage device you use, this product may not recognize the storage device or files may not be played back properly.  The text information of some audio and video files may not be correctly displayed.  File extensions must be used properly.  There may be a slight delay when starting playback of files on an USB storage device with complex folder hierarchies.  Operations may vary depending on the kind of an USB stor age device.  It may not be possible to play some music files from USB because of file characteristics, file format, recorded applica tion, playback environment, storage conditions, and so on. USB storage device compatibility  For details about USB storage device compatibility with this product, refer to Specifications on page 65.  Protocol: bulk  You cannot connect a USB storage device to this product via a USB hub.  Partitioned USB storage device is not compatible with this product.  Firmly secure the USB storage device when driving. Do not let the USB storage device fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the brake or gas pedal.  There may be a slight delay when starting playback of audio files encoded with image data.  Some USB storage devices connected to this product may generate noise on the radio.  Do not connect anything other than the USB storage device. The sequence of audio files on USB storage device For USB storage device, the sequence is different from that of USB storage device. Handling guidelines and supplemental information  This product is not compatible with the Multi Media Card (MMC).  Copyright protected files cannot be played back. Common notes about DivX files Notes specific to DivX files  Only DivX files downloaded from DivX partner sites are guar anteed for proper operation. Unauthorized DivX files may not operate properly.  DRM rental files cannot be operated until playing back is started.  This product corresponds to a DivX file display of up to 1 590 m inutes 43 seconds. Search operations beyond this time limit are prohibited.  DivX VOD file playback requires supplying the ID code of this product to the DivX VOD provider. Regarding the ID code, refer to Displaying your DivX VOD registration code on page 47.  For details on the Divx video versions that can be played on this product, refer to Specifications on page 65.  For more details about DivX, visit the following site: divx.com/ DivX subtitle files  Srt format subtitle files with the extension “.srt” can be used.  Only one subtitle file can be used for each DivX file. Multiple subtitle files cannot be associated.  Subtitle files that are named with the same character string as the DivX file before the extension are associated with the DivX file. The character strings before the extension must be exactly the same. However, if there is only one DivX file and one subtitle file in a single folder, the files are associated even if the file names are not the same.  The subtitle file must be stored in the same folder as the DivX file.  Up to 255 subtitle files may be used. Any more subtitle files will not be recognized.  Up to 64 characters can be used for the name of the subtitle file, including the extension. If more than 64 characters are used for the file name, the subtitle file may not be recognized.  The character code for the subtitle file should comply with ISO-8859-1. Using characters other than ISO-8859-1 m ay cause the characters to be displayed incorrectly.  The subtitles may not be displayed correctly if the displayed characters in the subtitle file include control code.  For materials that use a high transfer rate, the subtitles and video may not be completely synchronized.  If multiple subtitles are programed to display within a very short time frame, such as 0.1 seconds, the subtitles may not be displayed at the correct time. Media compatibility chart General Maximum playback time of audio file stored in the disc: 60 h Maximum playback time of audio file stored on an USB stor age device: 7.5 h (450 m inutes) CD-R/-RW File system: ISO9660 level 1.ISO9660 level 2.Romeo, Joliet.UDF 1.02/1.50/2.00/2.01/2.50 Maximum number of folders: 700 Maximum number of files: 999 Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW File system: ISO9660 level 1.ISO9660 level 2.Romeo, Joliet.UDF 1.02/1.50/2.00/2.01/2.50 Maximum number of folders: 700 Maximum number of files: 3 500 Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 USB storage device File system: FAT16/FAT32 Maximum number of folders: 1 500 Maximum number of files: 15 000 Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, H.264, MPEG4, JPEG MP3 compatibility Ver. 2.x of ID3 tag is prioritized when both Ver. 1.x and Ver. 2.x exist. This product is not compatible with the following: MP3i (MP3 interactive), mp3 PRO, m3u playlist CD-R/-RW File extension: .mp3 Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz , 44.1 kHz ,48 kHz for emphasis) ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW File extension: .mp3 Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz , 44.1 kHz ,48 kHz for emphasis) ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 USB storage device File extension: .mp3 Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR 61 Appendix Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 WMA compatibility This product is not compatible with the following: Windows Media™ Audio 9 Professional, Lossless, Voice CD-R/-RW File extension: .wma Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW File extension: .wma Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz USB storage device File extension: .wma Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz WAV compatibility The sampling frequency shown in the display may be rounded. WAV files on the CD-R/-RW, DVD-R/-RW/-R SL/-R DL cannot be played. USB storage device File extension: .wav Format: Linear PCM (LPCM) Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz Quantization bits: 8 bits and 16 bits AAC compatibility This product plays back AAC files encoded by iTunes. CD-R/-RW File extension: .m4a Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR) Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 44.1 kHz DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW File extension: .m4a Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR) Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 44.1 kHz USB storage device File extension: .m4a Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR) Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz 62 FLAC compatibility USB storage device File extension: .flac Bit rate: 8 kbps , 16 kbps , 24 kbps Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz DivX compatibility This product is not compatible with the following: DivX Ultra format, DivX files without video data, DivX files encoded with LPCM (Linear PCM) audio codec Depending on the file information composition, such as the number of audio streams, there may be a slight delay in the start of playback on discs. If a file contains more than 4 GB , playback stops before the end. Some special operations may be prohibited because of the composition of DivX files. Files with high transfer rates may not be played back cor rectly. The standard transfer rate is 4 Mbps for CDs and 10.08 Mbps for DVDs. DivX files on the USB storage device cannot be played. CD-R/-RW File extension: .avi/.divx Profile (DivX version): Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec: MP3, Dolby Digital Bit rate (MP3): 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency (MP3): 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz , 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz for emphasis) Maximum image size: 720 pixels × 576 pixels Maximum file size: 4 GB DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW File extension: .avi/.divx Profile (DivX version): Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/ Ver. 6.x Compatible audio codec: MP3, Dolby Digital Bit rate (MP3): 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sampling frequency (MP3): 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz , 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz for emphasis) Maximum image size: 720 pixels × 576 pixels Maximum file size: 4 GB Video files compatibility (USB) Files may not be played back properly depending on the environment in which the file was created or on the contents of the file. This product is not compatible with packet write data transfer. This product can recognize up to 32 ch aracters, beginning with the first character, including extension for the file and folder name. Depending on the display area, this product may try to display them with a reduced font size. However, the maximum number of the characters that you can display varies according to the width of each character, and of the display area. Folder selection sequence or other operations may be altered, depending on the encoding or writing software. Regardless of the length of blank section between the songs of original recording, compressed audio discs play with a short pause between songs. .avi Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Line Profile) Compatible audio codec: Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps Maximum file size: 2 GB Maximum playback time: 150 m inutes Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit rate. .mp4 Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Line Profile) Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps Maximum file size: 2 GB Maximum playback time: 150 m inutes Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit rate. .3gp Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Line Profile) Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps Maximum file size: 2 GB Maximum playback time: 150 m inutes Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit rate. .mkv Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Line Profile) Appendix Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3/AC-3 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps Maximum file size: 2 GB Maximum playback time: 150 m inutes Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit rate. .mov Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Line Profile) Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps Maximum file size: 2 GB Maximum playback time: 150 m inutes Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit rate. Example of a hierarchy This product assigns folder numbers. The user cannot assign folder numbers. Bluetooth The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by PIONEER CORPORATION is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. SiriusXM® satellite radio Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM Radio, Inc. All rights reserved. WMA Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and cannot be used or distributed without a license from Microsoft Licensing, Inc. FLAC Copyright © 2000-2009 Josh Coalson Copyright © 2011-2013 Xiph.Org Foundation Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: — Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. — Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. — Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote prod ucts derived from this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. DivX DivX Certified® devices have been tested for high-quality DivX® (.divx, .avi) video playback. When you see the DivX logo, you know you have the freedom to play your favorite DivX movies. DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, LLC and are used under license. This DivX Certified® device has passed rigorous testing to ensure it plays DivX® video. To play purchased DivX movies, first register your device at vod. divx.com. Find your registration code in the DivX VOD section of your device setup menu.  Refer to Displaying your DivX VOD registration code on page 47 AAC AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio compression technology standard used with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Several applications can be used to encode AAC files, but file formats and extensions differ depending on the applica tion which is used to encode. This unit plays back AAC files encoded by iTunes. Android™ Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Detailed information regarding connected iPod devices  Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost from an iPod, even if that data is lost while using this product. Please back up your iPod data regularly.  Do not leave the iPod in direct sunlight for extended amounts of time. Extended exposure to direct sunlight can result in iPod malfunction due to the resulting high 63 Appendix temperature.  Do not leave the iPod in any location with high temperatures.  Firmly secure the iPod when driving. Do not let the iPod fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the brake or gas pedal.  For details, refer to the iPod manuals. iPhone and iPod “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance. iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trade marks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Lightning Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc. App Store App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. iOS iOS is a trademark on which Cisco holds the trademark right in the US and certain other countries. iTunes iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Using app-based connected content IMPORTANT Requirements to access app-based connected content services using this product:  Latest version of the Pioneer compatible connected content application(s) for the smartphone, available from the service provider, downloaded to your smartphone.  A current account with the content service provider.  Smartphone Data Plan. Note: if the Data Plan for your smartphone does not pro vide for unlimited data usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply for accessing app-based connected content via 3G, EDGE and/or LTE (4G) networks.  Connection to the Internet via 3G, EDGE, LTE (4G) or Wi-Fi network.  Optional Pioneer adapter cable connecting your iPhone to this product. Limitations:  Access to app-based connected content will depend on the availability of cellular and/or Wi-Fi network coverage for the purpose of allowing your smartphone to connect to the Internet.  Service availability may be geographically limited to the region. Consult the connected content service provider for additional information.  Ability of this product to access connected content is subject to change without notice and could be affected by any of the following: compatibility issues with future firmware versions of smartphone; compatibility issues with future versions of the connected content application(s) for the smartphone; changes to or discontinuation of the connected Content application(s) or service by its provider. Pandora® Pandora, the Pandora logo, and the Pandora trade dress are trademarks or registered trademarks of Pandora Media, Inc. Used with permission. Pandora is only available in certain countries. Please visit “ pandora.com/legal” for more information. Spotify® SPOTIFY and the Spotify logo are among the registered trade marks of Spotify AB. Compatible mobile digital devices and premium subscription required, where available, see spotify.com. Notice regarding video viewing Remember that use of this system for commercial or public view ing purposes may constitute an infringement on the author’s rights as protected by the Copyright Law. Notice regarding DVD-Video viewing This item incorporates copy protection technology that is pro tected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights of Rovi Corporation. Reverse engineering and disassembly are prohibited. Notice regarding MP3 file usage Supply of this product only conveys a license for private, non commercial use and does not convey a license nor imply any right to use this product in any commercial (i.e. revenue-gener ating) real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or any other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet, intranets and/or other networks or in other electronic content distribution systems, such as pay-audio or audio-on-demand applications. An independent license for such use is required. For details, please visit mp3licensing.com.

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Appendix Using the LCD screen correctly Handling the LCD screen  When the LCD screen is subjected to direct sunlight for a long period of time, it will become very hot, resulting in pos sible damage to the LCD screen. When not using this prod uct, avoid exposing it to direct sunlight as much as possible.  The LCD screen should be used within the temperature ranges shown in Specifications on page 65.  Do not use the LCD screen at temperatures higher or lower than the operating temperature range, because the LCD screen may not operate normally and could be damaged.  The LCD screen is exposed in order to increase its visibility within the vehicle. Please do not press strongly on it as this may damage it.  Do not push the LCD screen with excessive force as this may scratch it.  Never touch the LCD screen with anything besides your finger when operating the touch panel functions. The LCD screen can scratch easily. Liquid crystal display (LCD) screen  If the LCD screen is near the vent of an air conditioner, make sure that air from the air conditioner is not blowing on it. Heat from the heater may break the LCD screen, and cool air from the cooler may cause moisture to form inside this product, resulting in possible damage.  Small black dots or white dots (bright dots) may appear on the LCD screen. These are due to the characteristics of the LCD screen and do not indicate a malfunction.  The LCD screen will be difficult to see if it is exposed to direct sunlight.  When using a cellular phone, keep the antenna of the cel lular phone away from the LCD screen to prevent disruption of the video in the form of disturbances such as spots or colored stripes. Maintaining the LCD screen  When removing dust from or cleaning the LCD screen, first turn this product off and then wipe the screen with a soft dry cloth.  When wiping the LCD screen, take care not to scratch the surface. Do not use harsh or abrasive chemical cleaners. LED (light-emitting diode) backlight A light emitting diode is used inside the display to illuminate the LCD screen.  At low temperatures, using the LED backlight may increase image lag and degrade the image quality because of the characteristics of the LCD screen. Image quality will improve with an increase in temperature.  The product lifetime of the LED backlight is more than 10 000 h ours. However, it may decrease if used in high temperatures.  If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer Service Station. Specifications General Rated power source.......................................................... 14.4 V DC ( 10.8 V to 15.1 V allowable) Grounding system.......................................................Negative type Maximum current consumption ...................................... .... 10.0 A Dimensions (W × H × D): D Chassis .......................................... 178 mm × 100 mm × 165 mm (7 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 6-1/2 in.) Nose ................................................... 171 mm × 97 mm × 18 mm ( 6-3/4 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 3/4 in.) (AVH-X490BS) Nose ......................................................171 mm × 97 mm × 3 mm ( 6-3/4 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 1/8 in.) (AVH-X390BS) Weight ....................................................................... 1.8 kg (4.0 lbs) (AVH-X490BS) Weight ....................................................................... 1.6 kg (3.5 lbs) (AVH-X390BS) Display Screen size/aspect ratio ............................. .....6.95 inch wide/16:9 (effective display area: 156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) (6-1/8 in. × 3-1/4 in.) (AVH-X490BS) Screen size/aspect ratio ............................... .....6.2 inch wide/16:9 (effective display area: 137.52 mm × 77.232 mm) (5-3/8 in. × 3 in.) (AVH-X390BS) Pixels .................................................... .... 1 152 000 ( 2 400 × 480 ) Display method ........................................ TFT Active matrix driving Color system........... PAL/NTSC/PAL-M/PAL-N/SECAM compatible Audio Maximum power output .....................................•50 W × 4 ch /4 Ω •50 W × 2 ch /4 Ω + 70 W × 1 ch /2 Ω (for subwoofer) Continuous power output .....22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 kHz , 5 %THD, 4Ω LOAD, Both Channels Driven) Load impedance ..............4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω [2 Ω for 1 ch ] allowable) Preout output level (max) ......................................................... 4.0 V Equalizer (13-Band Graphic Equalizer): Frequency ........50 Hz /80 Hz /125 Hz /200 Hz /315 Hz /500 Hz /800 Hz /1.25 kHz /2 kHz /3.15 kHz /5 kHz /8 kHz /12.5 kHz Gain .................................................................. ±12 dB (2 dB /step) <Standard Mode> HPF: Frequency ..........50 Hz /63 Hz /80 Hz /100 Hz /125 Hz /160 Hz /200 Hz Slope .............–6 dB /oct, –12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct, OFF Subwoofer/LPF: Frequency ..........50 Hz /63 Hz /80 Hz /100 Hz /125 Hz /160 Hz /200 Hz Slope .............–6 dB /oct, –12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct, OFF Gain ..................................................+10 dB to –24 dB (1 dB /step) Phase...................................................................... Normal/Reverse Time alignment ..................................... 0 to 140 step (1 inch /step) Bass boost: Gain ..........................................................................+12 dB to 0 dB Speaker level ....................................+10 dB to –24 dB (1 dB /step) <Network Mode> HPF (High): Frequency ...... ..... 1.25 kHz /1.6 kHz /2 kHz /2.5 kHz /3.15 kHz /4 kHz /5 kHz /6.3 kHz /8 kHz /10 kHz /12.5 kHz Slope ..................... –6 dB /oct, –12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct HPF (Mid): Frequency ...25 Hz /31.5 Hz /40 Hz /50 Hz /63 Hz /80 Hz /100 Hz /125 Hz /160 Hz /200 Hz /250 Hz Slope .............–6 dB /oct, –12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct, OFF LPF (Mid): Frequency ...... ..... 1.25 kHz /1.6 kHz /2 kHz /2.5 kHz /3.15 kHz /4 kHz /5 kHz /6.3 kHz /8 kHz /10 kHz /12.5 kHz Slope .............–6 dB /oct, –12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct, OFF Subwoofer: Frequency ...25 Hz /31.5 Hz /40 Hz /50 Hz /63 Hz /80 Hz /100 Hz /125 Hz /160 Hz /200 Hz /250 Hz Slope .....–12 dB /oct, –18 dB /oct, –24 dB /oct, –30 dB /oct, –36 dB / oct, OFF Gain ..................................................+10 dB to –24 dB (1 dB /step) Phase...................................................................... Normal/Reverse Time alignment ..................................... 0 to 140 step (1 inch /step) Bass boost: Gain ..........................................................................+12 dB to 0 dB Speaker level ....................................+10 dB to –24 dB (1 dB /step)

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Appendix DVD drive System .........DVD-Video, VCD, CD, MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG player Usable discs ....DVD-VIDEO, VIDEO-CD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-RDL Region number ................................................................................1 Signal Format: Sampling frequency....................... 32 kHz /44.1 kHz /48 kHz /96 kHz Number of quantization bits.................... 16 bit/20 bit/24 bit; linear Frequency response ..... 5 Hz to 22 000 Hz (with DVD, at sampling frequency 48 kHz ) Signal-to-noise ratio .....91 dB (1 kHz ) (IHF-A network) (RCA level) Output level: Video ............................................................. 1.0 V p-p/75Ω (±0.2 V ) Number of channels ..........................................................2 (stereo) MP3 decoding format............................ MPEG-1 & 2 A udio Layer 3 WMA decoding format ........Ver.7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch audio) (Windows Media Player) AAC decoding format ..........MPEG-4 A AC (iTunes encoded only): .m4a (Ver. 10.6 and earlier) DivX decoding format ....Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6 (Except ultra and HD) : .avi, .divx MPEG video decoding format ...MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 (part2), MS MPEG-4 (ver. 3) USB USB standard spec. ... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed, USB 2.0 h igh speed Max current supply .................................................................. 1.0 A USB Class ........ MSC (Mass Storage Class), MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) File system ...................................................................FAT16, FAT32 MP3 decoding format............................ MPEG-1 & 2 A udio Layer 3 WMA decoding format ........Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch audio) (Windows Media Player) AAC decoding format ....MPEG-4 A AC (iTunes encoded only) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier) FLAC decoding format .......Ver. 1.3.0 (Free Lossless Audio Codec) WAV signal format (MSC Mode only) ...........................Linear PCM Sampling Frequency .........Linear PCM: 16 kHz , 22.05 kHz , 24 kHz , 32 kHz , 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz JPEG decoding format (MSC Mode only) ............... .jpeg, .jpg, .jpe Pixel Sampling .................................................................4:2:2, 4:2:0 Decode Size........MAX: 8 192 (H) x 7 680 (W), MIN: 32 (H) x 32 (W) H.264 video decoding format ............................... Base Line Profile MPEG4 video decoding format .................................Simple Profile Bluetooth Version ......................................................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified Output power.............................................................. +4 dB m Max. (Power class 2) Frequency band ..................................... 2 400 MHz to 2 483.5 MHz FM tuner Frequency range ......................................... 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz Usable sensitivity .............12 dBf (1.1 µV/75Ω , mono, S/N: 30 dB ) Signal-to-noise ratio .............. 72 dB (analog broadcasting) (IHF-A network) AM tuner Frequency range ...............................530 kHz to 1 710 kHz (10 kHz) Usable sensitivity ............................................... 28 µV (S/N: 20 dB ) Signal-to-noise ratio .............. 62 dB (analog broadcasting) (IHF-A network) CEA2006 Specifications Power output .................. 14W RMS × 4 Channels (4Ω and ≦1 % THD+N) S/N ratio .................................. .... 91dBA (reference: 1 W into 4Ω ) Specifications and design are subject to possible modifica tions without notice due to improvements.

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Merci d’avoir fait l’achat de ce produit Pioneer. Veuillez lire toutes les instructions, afin de pou voir utiliser ce modèle de manière adéquate. Après avoir lu les instructions, conservez ce document dans un endroit sûr pour consulta tion future. Important Les écrans illustrés dans les exemples peuvent être différents des véritables écrans, car ces derniers sont sujets à modification sans préavis pour l’amélioration du rende ment et du fonctionnement. ■Précautions......................69 Informations pour l’utilisateur.........................69 Importantes informations de sécurité.............69 Interverrouillage du frein de stationnement ....70 Lors de l’utilisation d’un afficheur connecté à V OUT..........................................................70 Pour éviter l’épuisement de la batterie ...........70 Caméra de recul ............................................70 Manipuler le connecteur USB ........................70 Non-fonctionnement.......................................70 Visitez notre site Web.....................................70 Protéger le panneau ACL et l’écran ...............71 Remarques sur la mémoire interne................71 À propos de ce mode d’emploi.......................71 Utilisation et entretien de la télécommande....71 ■Utilisation de base...........72 Vérifier les noms et fonctions des pièces........72 Télécommande ..............................................73 Remarques sur l’utilisation du panneau ACL...........................................................73 Régler l’angle du panneau ACL .....................74 Insérer/Éjecter/Connecter un support ............74 Lors du premier démarrage............................74 Comment utiliser les écrans...........................75 Sources AV prises en charge.........................76 Afficher l’écran de commande AV ..................76 Sélectionner une source ................................76 Changer l’ordre d’affichage des sources........76 Utiliser le panneau tactile...............................76 ■Enregistrer et connecter un appareil Bluetooth® .........77 Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » .........................77 Enregistrer des appareils Bluetooth ...............77 Connecter manuellement un appareil Bluetooth enregistré..................................................77 Permuter la visibilité.......................................78 Saisir le code PIN pour la connexion sans fil Bluetooth ..................................................78 Afficher les informations d’appareil ................78 Effacer la mémoire Bluetooth.........................78 Mettre à jour le logiciel Bluetooth ...................78 Afficher la version du logiciel Bluetooth..........78 Permuter entre les appareils Bluetooth connectés .................................................78 ■Téléphonie mains libres.................................79 Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone...........79 Faire un appel téléphonique...........................79 Recevoir un appel téléphonique.....................80 Réduire l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé ...................................................80 Modifier les réglages de téléphone ................80 Utiliser la fonction de reconnaissance vocale (pour iPhone)............................................80 Régler la synchronisation automatique du bottin téléphonique .............................................81 Remarques sur la téléphonie mains libres .....81 ■ Configuration pour iPod/ iPhone ou téléphone intelligent .........................81 Procédure de base pour la configuration d’un iPod/iPhone ou d’un téléphone intelligent ..................................................81 Régler la méthode de connexion de l’appareil ...................................................81 Compatibilité iPod ..........................................82 Compatibilité avec les appareils Android™......82 Information sur les connexions et les fonctions pour chaque appareil ................................83 ■Radio ................................84 Procédure de démarrage ...............................84 Mettre en mémoire les fréquences de radiodiffusion les plus puissantes .............84 Syntonisation des fréquences puissantes ......84 ■Disque ..............................85 Procédure de démarrage ...............................86 Sélectionner les fichiers dans la liste des noms de fichier ...................................................86 Permuter le type de fichier multimédia ...........86 Rechercher la partie désirée pour la lecture.......................................................86 Utiliser le menu DVD......................................86 Permuter la langue des sous-titres ou la langue audio.........................................................86 Utiliser le menu DVD à l’aide des touches de panneau tactile .........................................87 ■Fichiers comprimés.........87 Procédure de démarrage (pour disque) .........89 Procédure de démarrage (pour USB).............89 Opérations communes à tous les types de fichier........................................................89 Opérations sur fichier audio ...........................90 Opérations sur fichier d’image fixe .................90 ■iPod ..................................91 Connecter un iPod .........................................92 Procédure de démarrage ...............................92 Sélectionner les morceaux ou les sources vidéo dans l’écran de liste de lecture..................92 Utiliser la fonction iPod de ce produit depuis l’iPod.........................................................92 Sélectionner un morceau à partir de la liste liée au morceau en cours de lecture (recherche de liaison) .................................................92 ■AppRadioOne ..................92 Utiliser AppRadioOne ....................................92 Utiliser la fonction de mélange audio..............93 ■Pandora® ..........................94 Commandes Pandora ....................................94 Procédure de démarrage ...............................95 Sélectionner une station Pandora dans la liste ...........................................................95 Ajouter une station.........................................95 Mettre en mémoire les stations prédéfinies..... 95 ■Spotify®.............................95 Utiliser Spotify avec le système audio/vidéo pour automobile de Pioneer......................97 Procédure de démarrage ...............................97 Sélectionner une plage ou une station dans la liste ...........................................................97 ■Lecteur audio Bluetooth..........................97 Procédure de démarrage ...............................98 Sélectionner les fichiers dans la liste des noms de fichier ...................................................98 ■Radio satellite SiriusXM® .........................98 Commandes de syntoniseur SiriusXM ...........99 Procédure de démarrage ...............................99 Sélectionner une station dans la liste de toutes les stations................................................99 Sélectionner une station dans la liste des catégories .................................................99 Permuter la liste affichée..............................100 Régler TuneStart™........................................100 Utiliser TuneScan™ .......................................100 Utiliser le balayage des catégories...............100 Utiliser TuneMix™..........................................100 À propos de SmartFavorites.........................100 Utiliser le marquage iTunes..........................100 Activer Traffic & Weather Now ......................100 Afficher l’écran « Réglages de SiriusXM » ...101 Utiliser la liste SportsFlash™.........................101 Utiliser la bande des Favoris en vedette.......101 Restaurer les valeurs par défaut de « Réglages SiriusXM » ..............................................102 ■Source AUX....................102 Procédure de démarrage .............................102 Régler le signal vidéo...................................102 ■Entrée AV .......................103 Procédure de démarrage .............................103 Régler le signal vidéo...................................103 ■MIXTRAX ........................103 Utilisation de MIXTRAX ...............................103 Utilisation de MIXTRAX EZ..........................103 Afficher l’écran « Réglages MIXTRAX ».......104 Régler le motif de clignotement....................104 ■Réglages système .........104 Afficher l’écran de réglage « Système ».......104 Régler l’activation de la source audio Bluetooth ................................................104 67

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Régler l’activation de la source Spotify.........104 Régler le défilement continu.........................104 Régler la tonalité du bip ...............................105 Utiliser la fonction de mélange audio automatique............................................105 Régler AppRadioOne Sound........................105 Régler la caméra de recul ............................105 Régler le mode de démonstration ................105 Sélectionner la langue du système ..............105 Réglez la langue du clavier avec l’application pour iPhone ............................................106 Régler les positions de réponse du panneau tactile (étalonnage du panneau tactile) ...106 Régler le gradateur ......................................106 Régler l’image..............................................107 Afficher la version du micrologiciel ...............107 Afficher les licences de logiciels ouverts ......107 Mettre à jour le micrologiciel ........................107 ■Réglages audio..............108 Afficher l’écran de réglage « Audio »............108 Utiliser le réglage de gradateur/balance.......108 Permuter la coupure/atténuation du son ......108 Régler les niveaux de source .......................108 Utiliser la commande de niveau automatique............................................108 Régler la sonie.............................................108 Régler la sortie du caisson d’extrêmes graves .....................................................108 Régler la valeur de fréquence de coupure....108 Permuter la sortie de haut-parleur arrière ....109 Utiliser l’amplification des graves .................109 Sélectionner la position d’écoute .................109 Régler finement les niveaux de sortie des haut-parleurs ..........................................109 Régler l’alignement temporel .......................109 Permuter le réglage prédéfini d’alignement temporel..................................................110 Utiliser l’égalisateur......................................110 Régler automatiquement la courbe d’égalisation (Auto EQ)................................................110 Sauvegarder les réglages sonores...............111 Charger les réglages sonores ......................111 ■Menu de thème ..............112 Sélectionner l’affichage d’arrière-plan..........112 Régler la couleur d’illumination ....................112 Sélectionner la couleur de thème.................112 Sélectionner l’image d’horloge.....................112 ■ Configurer le lecteur vidéo...............................113 Régler les langues prioritaires .....................113 Régler l’affichage de l’icône d’angle.............113 Régler le rapport d’aspect............................113 Régler le verrouillage parental .....................113 Afficher le code d’enregistrement DivX VOD........................................................114 Afficher le code d’annulation d’enregistrement DivX VOD................................................114 Lecture automatique des DVD .....................114 Régler le signal vidéo pour la caméra de recul........................................................114 ■Menu de favoris .............115 Créer un raccourci .......................................115 Sélectionner un raccourci.............................115 Retirer un raccourci......................................115 ■Opérations communes..115 Régler l’heure et la date ...............................115 Mettre en mémoire les informations de morceau sur un iPod (marquage iTunes) ...............115 Régler la fonction « Sound Retriever ».........116 Changer le mode grand écran......................116 ■Autres fonctions............116 Rétablir les réglages d’usine de ce produit...116 ■Connexion......................117 Précautions..................................................117 Précautions à prendre avant de connecter le système ..................................................117 Avant d’installer ce produit ...........................117 Pour éviter les dommages............................117 Remarque sur le fil bleu/blanc......................118 Ce produit ....................................................118 Cordon d’alimentation..................................118 Fils de haut-parleurs ....................................119 Amplificateur de puissance (vendu séparément)............................................119 IPhone et téléphone intelligent.....................120 iPhone avec connecteur Lightning ...............120 iPhone avec connecteur 30 broches ............120 Appareil Android ..........................................120 Caméra........................................................120 Le composant vidéo externe et l’afficheur....121 ■Installation .....................122 Précautions à prendre avant l’installation.....122 Avant l’installation ........................................122 Remarques sur l’installation.........................122 Installation à l’aide des trous de vis sur le côté de ce produit ...........................................122 Installer le microphone.................................122 Monter le pare-soleil ....................................123 Installation sur la colonne de direction .........123 Régler l’angle du microphone ......................123 ■Annexe ...........................124 Dépannage ..................................................124 Messages d’erreur.......................................125 Manipulation et entretien des disques..........127 Disques dont la lecture est possible.............128 Informations détaillées sur les supports dont la lecture est possible .................................128 Bluetooth .....................................................131 Radio satellite SiriusXM® .............................131 WMA............................................................131 FLAC............................................................131 DivX.............................................................131 AAC .............................................................132 Android™ ......................................................132 Informations détaillées sur les appareils iPod connectés ...............................................132 Utiliser le contenu connecté pour application ..............................................132 Pandora®......................................................132 Spotify® ........................................................133 Avis concernant le visionnement vidéo ........133 Avis concernant le visionnement des DVD-Vidéo..............................................133 Avis sur l’utilisation des fichiers MP3............133 Utiliser correctement l’écran ACL.................133 Spécifications...............................................133

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Précautions Informations pour l’utilisateur  N° DE MODÈLE : AVH-X490BS, AVH-X390BS Contains FCC ID : AJDK071  L’antenne Bluetooth ne peut pas être supprimé (ou remplacé) par l’utilisateur. ATTENTION Ce produit est un produit laser de Classe 1 dans la classi fication de Sécurité des produits laser, CEI 60825-1:2007, et il contient un module laser de classe 1M. Pour assurer la sécurité en tout temps, ne retirer aucun couvercle et ne pas tenter d’accéder à l’intérieur du produit. Confiez toute réparation à un personnel qualifié. APPAREIL À LASER DE CLASSE 1 ATTENTION - RAYONNEMENT LASER VISIBLE ET INVISIBLE DE CLASSE 1M LORSQUE OUVERT. NE PAS REGARDER DIRECTEMENT AVEC DES INSTRUMENTS D’OPTIQUE. La protection de votre ouïe est entre vos mains Pour assurer le rendement optimal de votre matériel et – plus important encore – la protection de votre ouïe, réglez le volume à un niveau raisonnable. Pour ne pas altérer votre sens de la per ception, le son doit être clair mais ne produire aucun vacarme et être exempt de toute distorsion. Votre ouïe peut vous jouer des tours. Avec le temps, votre système auditif peut en effet s’adap ter à des volumes supérieurs, et ce qui vous semble un « niveau de confort normal » pourrait au contraire être excessif et contri buer à endommager votre ouïe de façon permanente. Le réglage de votre matériel à un volume sécuritaire AVANT que votre ouïe s’adapte vous permettra de mieux vous protéger. CHOISISSEZ UN VOLUME SÉCURITAIRE:  Réglez d’abord le volume à un niveau inférieur.  Montez progressivement le volume jusqu’à un niveau d’écoute confortable ; le son doit être clair et exempt de distorsions.  Une fois que le son est à un niveau confortable, ne touchez plus au bouton du volume. N’OUBLIEZ PAS DE RESPECTER LES DIRECTIVES SUIVANTES:  Lorsque vous montez le volume, assurez-vous de pouvoir quand même entendre ce qui se passe autour de vous.  Faites très attention ou cessez temporairement l’utilisation dans les situations pouvant s’avérer dangereuses.  N’utilisez pas des écouteurs ou un casque d’écoute lorsque vous opérez un véhicule motorisé ; une telle utilisation peut créer des dangers sur la route et est illégale à de nombreux endroits. Importantes informations de sécurité MISE EN GARDE Ne pas ingérer la batterie : risque de brûlure chimique (La télécommande qui accompagne) Ce produit contient une pile-bouton. Si la pile-bouton est avalée, elle peut causer de graves brûlures internes au bout d’à peine deux heures et peut entraîner le décès. Gardez les batteries neuves et les batteries usées à l’écart des enfants. Si le logement à pile ne se ferme pas fermement, cessez d’utili ser le produit et gardez-le à l’écart des enfants. Si vous croyez que les piles ont peut-être été avalées ou placées à l’intérieur de toute partie du corps, consultez immédiatement un médecin. MISE EN GARDE  N’essayez pas d’installer ou de réparer ce produit vous même. L’installation ou la réparation de ce produit par des personnes sans formation ni expérience en équipe ment électronique et accessoires automobiles peut être dangereuse et pourrait exposer à un risque de décharge électrique, de blessure ou autres dangers.  Ne laissez pas ce produit entrer en contact avec des liquides. Cela peut entraîner une décharge électrique. Le contact avec des liquides peut aussi causer des dom mages au produit, de la fumée et une surchauffe.  Si du liquide ou un corps étranger pénètre dans ce produit, rangez votre véhicule dans un endroit sûr, mettez immé diatement le commutateur d’allumage en position d’arrêt (ACC OFF), et consultez votre détaillant ou le centre de service après-vente Pioneer agréé le plus près. N’utilisez pas ce produit dans cet état, car cela peut entraîner un incendie, une décharge électrique ou une panne.  Si ce produit émet de la fumée, un bruit étrange ou une odeur étrange, ou s’il y a tout autre signe d’anomalie sur l’écran ACL, éteignez-le immédiatement et contactez votre détaillant ou le centre de service après-vente Pioneer agréé le plus près. L’utilisation du produit dans cet état peut entraîner des dommages permanents sur le système.  Ne démontez pas et ne modifiez pas ce produit, car il y a des composants sous haute tension à l’intérieur qui peuvent causer une décharge électrique. Veillez à consul ter votre détaillant ou le centre de service après-vente Pioneer agréé le plus près pour l’inspection, le réglage ou la réparation des pièces internes. Avant d’utiliser ce produit, vous devez lire et comprendre les informations suivantes sur la sécurité :  N’utilisez pas ce produit, les applications ou la caméra de recul en option (le cas échéant) si cela vous distrait de quelque façon affectant l’utilisation sécuritaire de votre véhi cule. Respectez toujours les règles de conduite sécuritaire et toute la réglementation routière en vigueur. Si vous avez du mal à utiliser ce produit ou à voir l’affichage, stationnez votre véhicule dans un emplacement sûr et engagez le frein de stationnement avant d’effectuer les réglages nécessaires.  Ne montez jamais le volume de ce produit au point de ne pas pouvoir entendre la circulation et les véhicules d’urgence.  Par mesure de sécurité, certaines fonctions restent désacti vées à moins que le véhicule ne soit arrêté et/ou que le frein de stationnement ne soit engagé.  Gardez ce manuel à portée de la main comme référence au sujet des procédures d’utilisation et des informations de sécurité.  N’installez pas ce produit là où il risque (i) de gêner la vision du conducteur, (ii) d’affecter le rendement de tout système ou de tout dispositif de sécurité du véhicule, y compris les coussins de sécurité gonflables ou les boutons de feux de détresse, ou (iii) d’affecter la capacité du conducteur à utiliser le véhicule de façon sécuritaire.  Pensez à boucler votre ceinture de sécurité en tout temps lorsque vous conduisez votre véhicule. En cas d’accident, vos blessures risquent d’être considérablement plus graves si votre ceinture de sécurité n’est pas bien bouclée.  Ne portez jamais de casque d’écoute au volant. ATTENTION Ce produit a été évalué sous des conditions climatiques tempérées et tropicales, selon la norme CEI 60065, « Appareils audio, vidéo et appareils électroniques analogues – Exigences 69 Précautions de sécurité ». Interverrouillage du frein de stationnement Certaines fonctions (telles que le visionnement d’images vidéo et certaines opérations avec les touches du panneau tactile) dispo nibles sur ce produit peuvent être dangereuses (avec risque de blessure grave ou de décès) et/ou illégales si elles sont utilisées tout en conduisant. Pour prévenir l’utilisation de telles fonctions pendant le déplacement du véhicule, un dispositif d’interver rouillage détecte l’engagement du frein de stationnement et le déplacement du véhicule. Si vous essayez d’utiliser les fonctions décrites ci-dessus tout en conduisant, elles se désactiveront jusqu’à ce que vous arrêtiez le véhicule dans un emplacement sûr et (1) engagiez le frein de stationnement, (2) libériez le frein de stationnement, puis (3) réengagiez le frein de stationnement. Veuillez laisser la pédale de frein enfoncée avant de libérer le frein de stationnement. Pour une conduite sécuritaire MISE EN GARDE  LE FIL VERT P LE DU CONNECTEUR D’ALIMENTA TION EST CONÇU POUR DÉTECTER LE STATION NEMENT DU VÉHICULE ET DOIT ÊTRE CONNECTÉ DU CÔTÉ ALIMENTATION DU COMMUTATEUR DE FREIN DE STATIONNEMENT. LA CONNEXION OU L’UTILISATION INADÉQUATE DE CE FIL PEUT CONSTITUER UNE VIOLATION DE LA LOI AP PLICABLE ET PEUT ENTRAÎNER UNE BLESSURE GRAVE OU DES DOMMAGES.  Ne faites rien pour trafiquer ou désactiver le dispositif d’interverrouillage du frein de stationnement, mis en place pour assurer votre protection. Trafiquer ou désactiver le dispositif d’interverrouillage du frein de stationnement peut entraîner une blessure grave ou le décès.  Pour éviter de courir le risque de dommages, de bles sure et de violation potentielle des lois applicables, ce produit ne doit pas être utilisé avec une image vidéo visible pour le conducteur.  Dans certains pays, regarder l’image vidéo d’un afficheur à l’intérieur d’un véhicule peut être illégal même pour les passagers. Là où de tels règlements existent, ils doivent être respectés. Si vous essayez de regarder l’image vidéo tout en conduisant, la mise en garde « Visualiser la source vidéo du siège avant 70 pendant la conduite est strictement interdit. » apparaîtra sur l’écran. Pour regarder l’image vidéo sur l’afficheur, arrêtez le véhicule dans un endroit sûr et engagez le frein de stationne ment. Veuillez laisser la pédale de frein enfoncée avant de libérer le frein de stationnement. Lors de l’utilisation d’un affi cheur connecté à V OUT La borne de sortie vidéo (V OUT) est pour la connexion d’un afficheur, pour permettre aux passagers des sièges arrière de regarder des images vidéo. MISE EN GARDE N’installez JAMAIS l’afficheur arrière dans un emplacement où le conducteur pourra regarder les images vidéo tout en conduisant. Pour éviter l’épuisement de la batterie Assurez-vous que le moteur du véhicule tourne pendant l’uti lisation de ce produit. Utiliser ce produit sans faire tourner le moteur peut mettre la batterie à plat. MISE EN GARDE N’installez pas ce produit dans un véhicule qui n’a pas de fil ACC ou de circuit disponible. Caméra de recul Avec une caméra de recul en option, vous pouvez utiliser ce produit pour qu’il vous aide à garder un œil sur la remorque, ou pour reculer dans un stationnement étroit. MISE EN GARDE  L’IMAGE AFFICHÉE À L’ÉCRAN PEUT ÊTRE INVERSÉE.  N’UTILISEZ L’ENTRÉE QUE POUR L’IMAGE DE MARCHE ARRIÈRE OU DE MIROIR DE CAMÉRA DE RECUL. TOUT AUTRE UTILISATION PEUT ENTRAÎNER UNE BLESSURE OU DES DOMMAGES. ATTENTION Le mode de vue arrière s’utilise avec ce produit comme dispositif d’aide pour garder un œil sur une remorque ou pour reculer. N’utilisez pas cette fonction à des fins de divertisse ment. Manipuler le connecteur USB ATTENTION  Pour éviter de perdre des données et d’endommager le support de mémoire, ne le retirez jamais de ce produit pendant l’exécution du transfert de données.  Pioneer ne peut pas garantir la compatibilité avec tous les supports de mémoire de masse USB, et n’assume aucune responsabilité pour toute perte de données sur les lecteurs multimédia, iPhones, téléphones intelligents ou autres appareils pendant l’utilisation de ce produit. Non-fonctionnement Service après-vente des produits Pioneer Pour le service après-vente (y compris les conditions de garantie) ou toute autre information, veuillez contacter votre détaillant ou distributeur. Si les informations nécessaires ne sont pas disponibles, veuillez contacter les compagnies énumérées ci-dessous. Veuillez ne pas envoyer votre produit pour réparation aux adresses de compagnies énumérées ci-dessous sans les avoir d’abord contactées.  ÉTATS-UNIS Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. CUSTOMER SUPPORT DIVISION P.O. Box 1760 Long Beach, CA 90801-1760 800-421-1404 Pour plus d’informations sur la garantie, veuillez lire la feuille Garantie limitée qui accompagne ce produit. Visitez notre site Web Visitez-nous sur le site suivant : pioneerelectronics.com 1 Enregistrez votre produit. 2 Recevez des mises à jour sur les plus récents produits et les nouvelles technologies. 3 Téléchargez des modes d’emploi, commandez des catalo gues de produits, recherchez les nouveaux produits et bien plus encore. 4 Recevez des notifications sur les mises à niveau et mises à jour des logiciels. Précautions Protéger le panneau ACL et l’écran  Ne laissez pas l’écran ACL exposé aux rayons directs du soleil lorsque vous n’utilisez pas ce produit. Cela peut entraîner un dysfonctionnement de l’écran ACL sous l’effet des températures élevées.  Lorsque vous utilisez un téléphone cellulaire, gardez son antenne à l’écart de l’écran ACL pour éviter le brouillage de l’image vidéo sous forme de points, de bandes colorées, etc.  Pour protéger l’écran ACL contre les dommages, pensez à ne toucher les touches du panneau tactile qu’avec les doigts, et tout doucement. Remarques sur la mémoire interne Avant de retirer la batterie du véhicule  Certains réglages et contenus enregistrés ne seront pas réinitialisés. 1 Mettez le commutateur d’allumage sur OFF. 2 Appuyez sur le bouton RESET avec la pointe d’un stylo ou autre objet pointu.  Reportez-vous àla page 72, Vérifier les noms et fonctions des pièces Les valeurs d’usine des réglages et des contenus enregistrés sont rétablis. À propos de ce mode d’emploi Des schémas des écrans réels sont utilisés dans ce mode d’emploi pour décrire les opérations. Il se peut toutefois que les écrans de certains appareils ne correspondent pas à ceux de ce mode d’emploi, suivant le modèle utilisé. Signification des symboles utilisés dans ce mode d’emploi X0000BT Indique le nom des modèles qui prennent en charge les opérations décrites. Indique qu’il faut toucher une touche pro grammable appropriée sur l’écran tactile. Indique qu’il faut toucher et maintenir enfon MISE EN GARDE  Ne pas ingérer la pile, car il y a risque de brûlure chimique.  Ce produit et la télécommande fournie contiennent une pile bouton. Si elle est avalée, la pile bouton peut causer de graves brûlures internes au bout d’à peine deux heures et entraîner le décès.  Gardez les piles neuves ou usagées hors de l’atteinte des enfants. Si la pile est avalée ou pénètre dans toute partie du corps, consultez immédiatement un médecin.  Si le compartiment de pile ne se ferme pas bien, cessez d’utiliser le produit et gardez-le hors de l’atteinte des enfants.  Les piles (le bloc-piles ou les piles insérées) ne doivent pas être exposées à une chaleur excessive telle que celle du

Données sujettes à effacement Les informations sont effacées en déconnectant le fil jaune de la batterie (ou en retirant la batterie elle-même).  Certains réglages et contenus enregistrés ne seront pas réinitialisés. HOLD cée une touche programmable appropriée sur l’écran tactile. Indique qu’il y a une référence ou des infor mations supplémentaires pour la touche ou l’écran. soleil ou d’un feu. ATTENTION  Retirez la pile si la télécommande doit rester inutilisée pendant un mois ou plus.  Il y a risque d’explosion si la pile est mal insérée. Rem placez uniquement par des piles identiques ou de type

Réinitialisation du microprocesseur ATTENTION La pression sur le bouton RESET rétablit les valeurs d’usine des réglages et des contenus enregistrés.  N’effectuez pas cette opération alors qu’un appareil est connecté à ce produit.  Certains réglages et contenus enregistrés ne seront pas réinitialisés. Le microprocesseur doit être réinitialisé dans les cas suivants :  Avant d’utiliser ce produit pour la première fois après l’installation.  Si ce produit ne fonctionne pas bien.  S’il y a des problèmes d’utilisation du système.  Si la position du véhicule indiquée sur la carte est significati vement erronée. Utilisation et entretien de la télécommande Insertion de la pile Faites glisser vers l’extérieur le tiroir à l’arrière de la télécom mande, et insérez la pile en alignant correctement ses pôles positif (+) et négatif (–).  Lors de la première utilisation, détachez la pellicule qui dépasse du tiroir. équivalent.  Ne manipulez pas la pile avec des outils métalliques.  Ne rangez pas la pile avec des objets métalliques.  Si la pile coule, essuyez parfaitement la télécommande et insérez une pile neuve.  Lors de la mise au rebut des piles usagées, respectez les règlements nationaux ou les instructions locales en vi gueur dans le pays ou la région en matière de conservation ou de protection de l’environnement.  « Matériau de perchlorate – une manipulation spéciale peut s’appliquer. Reportez-vous à dtsc.ca.gov/hazar douswaste/perchlorate. (S’applique à l’État de la Californie aux États-Unis.) »

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Utiliser la télécommande Pointez la télécommande vers le panneau avant pour effectuer les commandes.  Il se peut que la télécommande ne fonctionne pas bien sous les rayons directs du soleil. Important  Ne rangez pas la télécommande dans un emplacement exposé à des températures élevées ou aux rayons directs du soleil.  Évitez de laisser tomber la télécommande sur le plancher, où elle risque de se coincer sous la pédale de frein ou de gaz. base Vérifier les noms et fonctions des pièces X490BS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X390BS 7 9 1 8 2 345 6

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Utilisation de base 1 Écran ACL 2 Bouton Volume (+/–) Télécommande 11 Pour faire une pause ou reprendre la lecture. ou Pour l’audio : Maintenez la pression pour

3 Bouton DISP Sur l’écran de commande AV, appuyez pour éteindre l’afficheur. Sur l’écran d’application ou en mode de navigation, appuyez pour afficher la barre de commande latérale. Maintenez la pression 1 2 3 7 8 4 effectuer le recul rapide ou l’avance rapide. Pour la vidéo : Appuyez pour effectuer le recul a rapide ou l’avance rapide. ou Appuyez pour revenir à la plage précédente b (chapitre précédent) ou pour aller à la plage

pour éteindre l’afficheur. p Lorsque l’afficheur est éteint, touchez l’écran pour revenir à l’écran original. 4 Bouton Appuyez pour afficher l’écran de menu supérieur. Maintenez la pression pour activer la fonction de reconnaissance vocale. 5 9 6 1 Volume (+/–) c suivante (chapitre suivant). Appuyez pour répondre à un appel ou pour le terminer. Pour arrêter la lecture. Si vous reprenez la lecture, elle commencera du point où vous l’avez arrêtée. Touchez de nouveau la touche pour arrêter complètement

5 Bouton MODE 6 Bouton  Reportez-vous àla page 80, Utiliser la fonction de reconnaissance vocale (pour iPhone) Appuyez pour permuter entre l’écran d’appli cation et l’écran de commande AV. Maintenez la pression pour permuter sur le mode d’affichage de caméra. Appuyez pour revenir à la plage précédente 2 MODE Appuyez pour permuter entre l’écran d’appli cation et l’écran de commande AV. Maintenez la pression pour permuter sur le mode d’affichage de caméra. 3 SRC Appuyez pour faire le tour de toutes les sources disponibles. Maintenez la pression pour désactiver la source. 12 FOLDER/P. CH la lecture. Pour sélectionner le disque ou dossier suivant ou précédent. Pour rappeler les fréquences de station de radio assignées aux touches de canal prédéfinies. TRK ( / ) (chapitre précédent) ou pour aller à la plage suivante (chapitre suivant). Maintenez la pression pour effectuer le recul 4 TOP MENU Pour revenir au menu supérieur pendant la lecture DVD. Remarques sur l’utilisation du panneau ACL

rapide ou l’avance rapide. Appuyez pour répondre à un appel ou pour le 5 MENU Pour afficher le menu DVD pendant la lecture DVD. MISE EN GARDE

terminer. 7 Bouton 6 Face palmaire Pour sélectionner un menu sur le menu DVD. N’utilisez pas le produit en laissant le panneau ACL ouvert. Cela peut entraîner une blessure en cas d’accident.

8 Bouton RESET 9 Fente d’in sertion de disque  Reportez-vous àla page 71, Réinitialisation du microprocesseur  Reportez-vous àla page 74, Insérer et éjecter un disque du pouce 7 MUTE 8 AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE 9 BAND/ ESC Pour changer de langue audio, de langue de sous-titres ou d’angle de vue pendant la lecture DVD. Pour sélectionner la bande du syntoniseur lorsque le syntoniseur est sélectionné comme source. Pour annuler le mode de commande des fonctions. Pour permuter entre les types de fichier mul timédia lors de la lecture des données d’un disque ou d’un support de mémoire USB. ATTENTION  Gardez les doigts et les mains à l’écart de ce produit pendant l’ouverture, la fermeture ou le réglage du panneau ACL. La prudence est tout particulièrement de mise pour les mains et doigts d’enfants.  N’ouvrez pas et ne fermez pas le panneau ACL par la force. Cela peut causer un dysfonctionnement.  N’utilisez ce produit qu’une fois le panneau LCD complè tement ouvert ou fermé. Il se peut que le panneau ACL s’arrête sur cet angle pour votre sécurité.  Ne mettez pas de verre ou de cannette sur le panneau ACL ouvert.

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Utilisation de base Régler l’angle du panneau ACL X490BS 1 Appuyez sur le bouton . 2 Touchez ou pour régler l’angle du panneau ACL. 3 Touchez . Pour revenir à l’écran précédent. Insérer/Éjecter/Connecter un support ATTENTION N’insérez rien d’autre qu’un disque dans la fente d’insertion de disque. Insérer et éjecter un disque Insérer un disque X490BS 1 Appuyez sur le bouton . 2 Touchez pour ouvrir le panneau ACL. 3 Insérez un disque dans la fente d’insertion de disque. Éjecter un disque X490BS 1 Appuyez sur le bouton . 2 Touchez pour ouvrir le panneau ACL. 3 Retirez le disque et appuyez sur le bouton . Insérer un disque X390BS 1 Insérez un disque dans la fente d’insertion de disque. Éjecter un disque X390BS 74 1 Appuyez sur le bouton pour éjecter un disque. Brancher et débrancher un support de mémoire USB p Il se peut que ce produit n’offre pas un rendement optimal avec certains supports de mémoire USB. p La connexion via un concentrateur USB n’est pas possible. p Un câble USB est requis pour la connexion. 1 Sortez la fiche du port USB du câble USB. 2 Branchez un support de mémoire USB dans le câble USB. 1 2 1 Câble USB 2 Support de mémoire USB Avant de retirer le support de mémoire USB, assurez-vous que l’accès aux données n’est pas en cours d’exécution. Lors du premier démarrage 1 Démarrez le moteur pour amorcer le système. L’écran « Sélectionner la langue du programme » apparaît. p À partir de la deuxième fois, l’écran qui s’affichera dépendra des conditions précédentes. 2 Touchez la langue. 3 Touchez . L’écran « Réglages du mode haut-parleurs » apparaît. 4 Touches les modes de haut-parleurs.  Mode standard Système à 4 haut-parleurs avec haut-parleurs avant et arrière, ou système à 6 haut-parleurs avec haut-parleurs avant et arrière et caissons d’extrêmes graves.  Mode réseau Système 3 voies avec haut-parleur d’aigus, haut-parleur de sons moyens et caisson d’extrêmes graves (haut-parleur de graves) pour la reproduction des (bandes de) fréquences élevées, moyennes et basses. MISE EN GARDE N’utilisez pas l’appareil en mode standard lorsqu’un système de haut-parleurs pour mode réseau 3 voies y est connecté. Cela pourrait endommager les haut-parleurs. 5 Touchez [OK]. L’écran « Config. tél. intelligent » apparaît. 6 Touchez l’élément.  Reportez-vous àla page 83, Information sur les connexions et les fonctions pour chaque appareil 7 Touchez . L’écran de menu supérieur apparaît. p Une fois le mode de haut-parleurs défini, il n’est plus pos sible de changer le réglage à moins de rétablir les réglages d’usine du produit. Rétablissez les réglages d’usine pour modifier le réglage du mode de haut-parleurs.  Reportez-vous àla page 116, Rétablir les réglages d’usine Changer le mode de haut-parleurs Pour changer le mode de haut-parleurs, vous devez restaurer les réglages d’usine du produit. 1 Rétablissez les réglages d’usine.  Reportez-vous àla page 116, Rétablir les réglages d’usine

Utilisation de baseComment utiliser les écrans

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Disc Pandora AUX iPod Bluetooth SiriusXM AV Audio HD Radio Spotify Camera View Source OFF PowerOFF 75

Utilisation de base *1 L’écran de menu supérieur du présent mode d’emploi est celui de AppRadioOne. Les options affichées sur l’écran peuvent varier suivant l’appareil connecté ou le mode. Lorsque vous connectez un iPhone avec la technologie sans fil Bluetooth ou un téléphone intelligent avec un câble USB, l’écran « Config. tél. intelligent » apparaît en touchant [APPS]. *2 En appuyant sur le bouton de n’importe quel écran, vous pouvez afficher l’écran de menu supérieur. *3 Lorsque vous connectez le système de navigation externe à cet appareil, la touche de mode de navi gation s’affiche dans le coin inférieur gauche de l’afficheur. *4 En appuyant sur le bouton MODE, vous pouvez permuter entre l’écran d’application et l’écran de commande AV. *5 En sélectionnant « Power OFF », vous pouvez désac tiver presque toutes les fonctions. Le mode « Power OFF » se désactive dans les cas suivants :  Réception d’un appel.  Entrée d’une image de caméra de recul lorsque le véhicule fait marche arrière.  Un bouton de ce produit est enfoncé.  Le commutateur d’allumage est mis en position d’arrêt (ACC OFF) puis en position de marche (ACC ON). Sources AV prises en charge Vous pouvez faire la lecture ou l’utilisation des sources suivantes avec ce produit.  Radio  CD  ROM (fichiers audio comprimés)  DVD-Vidéo  USB Les sources suivantes peuvent être lues ou utilisées en connec tant un appareil auxiliaire.  iPod  Spotify®  Pandora®  Bluetooth audio  Radio satellite SiriusXM®  Entrée AV (AV)  AUX Afficher l’écran de commande AV 1 Appuyez sur . 2 Touchez la touche de commande AV. L’écran de commande AV apparaît. 1 iPod 21 48 6/10 Abcdefghi Abcdefghi ABC Pops 99999/99999 9999’99” -9999’99” 1 Pour afficher la liste des sources. Sélectionner une source Source sur l’écran de sélection de source AV 1 Affichez l’écran « Sélection de source AV ». 2 Touchez l’icône de source. p Lorsque vous sélectionnez « Source OFF », la source AV se désactive. Source sur la liste des sources 1 Affichez la liste des sources.  Reportez-vous àla page 76, Afficher l’écran de commande AV 2 Touchez la touche de source. p Lorsque vous sélectionnez « Source OFF », la source AV se désactive. Changer l’ordre d’affichage des sources Changer l’ordre d’affichage des icônes de source 1 Affichez l’écran « Sélection de source AV ». 2 Maintenez la pression sur une icône de source, et glissez-la jusqu’à la position désirée. Changer l’ordre d’affichage des touches de source 1 Affichez la liste des sources.  Reportez-vous àla page 76, Afficher l’écran de commande AV 2 Touchez . 3 Glissez la touche de source jusqu’à la position désirée. Utiliser le panneau tactile Vous pouvez utiliser ce produit en touchant directement les touches sur l’écran avec vos doigts. p Pour protéger l’écran ACL contre les dommages, pensez à ne toucher l’écran qu’avec les doigts, et tout doucement. Touches communes du panneau tactile  : Pour revenir à l’écran précédent.  : Pour fermer l’écran.

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Utilisation de base Enregistrer et connecter un appareil Bluetooth®

Utiliser les écrans de liste 1 2 Songs Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 1 Appuyez sur . 2 Touchez , puis . L’écran « Bluetooth » apparaît. connectés sera déconnecté et le téléphone cellulaire non connecté sera connecté à sa place. Régler la connexion automatique d’appareil Bluetooth

Music Video Playlist Artist Alburm Songs Podcast abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi Enregistrer des appareils 3 Bluetooth p Si trois appareils sont déjà jumelés, « Mémoire pleine » s’affiche. Supprimez d’abord un appareil jumelé.  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Supprimer un appareil Cette fonction sert à connecter automatiquement le dernier appareil Bluetooth à s’être connecté à ce produit, dès que les deux appareils se trouvent à moins de quelques mètres l’un de l’autre. Le réglage d’usine est « Marche ». p Si deux appareils Bluetooth étaient connectés la dernière fois, les deux appareils seront connectés automatiquement à ce produit dans l’ordre où ils sont enregistrés dans la liste

1 Toucher un élément de la liste permet de réduire le nombre d’options et de poursuivre à l’opération suivante. 2 Apparaît lorsque les caractères ne sont pas tous affichés dans la zone d’affichage. Si vous touchez la touche, le reste des caractères s’affiche en défilant. 3 Apparaît lorsque des éléments ne peuvent être affichés sur une seule page. Glissez la barre coulissante ou la liste pour voir les éléments masqués. Utiliser la barre temporelle 1 9999’99” -9999’99” 1 Vous pouvez changer le point de lecture en glissant la touche. p Le temps de lecture qui correspond à la position de la clé s’affiche pendant le glissement de la touche. Permuter le panneau de commande 1 Touchez . Les touches de fonction masquées apparaissent. p Cette touche n’apparaît pas avec certaines sources AV. enregistré 1 Activez la technologie sans fil Bluetooth sur vos appareils. 2 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 3 Touchez [Connexion]. 4 Touchez . Le système recherche les appareils Bluetooth en attente de connexion et, lorsqu’il en trouve un, l’affiche dans la liste. 5 Touchez le nom de l’appareil Bluetooth. Après l’enregistrement réussi d’un appareil, une connexion Bluetooth est établie par le système. Une fois la connexion établie, le nom de l’appareil s’affiche dans la liste. p Si votre appareil prend en charge SSP (Secure Simple Pairing), un numéro à six chiffres apparaît sur l’afficheur de ce produit. Touchez [Oui] pour jumeler l’appareil. p Il est aussi possible d’établir la connexion Bluetooth en détectant ce produit depuis l’appareil Bluetooth. Avant l’enregistrement, assurez-vous que l’option « Visibilité » du menu « Bluetooth » est réglée sur « Marche ». Pour plus de détails sur les opérations d’appareil Bluetooth, reportez-vous au mode d’emploi qui accompagne l’appareil Bluetooth.  Reportez-vous àla page 78, Permuter la visibilité p Deux téléphones cellulaires peuvent être connectés à ce produit en même temps.  Reportez-vous àla page 78, Permuter entre les appareils Bluetooth connectés p Si vous essayez de connecter un téléphone cellulaire non connecté alors que deux autres téléphones cellulaires sont déjà connectés, le premier des téléphones cellulaires des appareils. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Connexion automatique] pour permu ter sur « Marche » ou « Arrêt ». Supprimer un appareil enregistré ATTENTION N’éteignez jamais ce produit pendant la suppression de l’appareil Bluetooth jumelé. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Connexion]. 3 Touchez . Connecter manuellement un appareil Bluetooth enregistré Connectez manuellement l’appareil Bluetooth dans les cas suivants :  Deux appareils Bluetooth ou plus sont enregistrés, et vous souhaitez sélectionner manuellement l’appareil à utiliser.  Vous souhaitez reconnecter un appareil Bluetooth déconnecté.  La connexion ne peut être établie automatiquement pour une raison quelconque.

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1 Activez la technologie sans fil Bluetooth sur vos appareils. 2 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 3 Touchez [Connexion]. 4 Touchez le nom de l’appareil. p Pour déconnecter l’appareil, touchez le nom de l’appareil connecté dans la liste. Permuter la visibilité Cette fonction sert à rendre ce produit visible ou non sur l’autre appareil. Le réglage d’usine est « Marche ». 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Visibilité] pour permuter sur « Marche » ou « Arrêt ». Saisir le code PIN pour la connexion sans fil Bluetooth Pour connecter un appareil Bluetooth à ce produit, vous devez saisir un code PIN. Vous pouvez changer le code PIN à l’aide de cette fonction. p Le code PIN par défaut est « 0000 ». 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Saisie du code NIP]. 3 Touchez [0] à [9] pour saisir le code PIN (jusqu’à 8 chiffres). 4 Touchez . Afficher les informations d’appareil 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Info sur l’appareil]. Le nom et l’adresse de l’appareil Bluetooth de ce produit s’affichent. Effacer la mémoire Bluetooth p Ce réglage est disponible uniquement lorsque vous arrê tez le véhicule en un endroit sûr et engagez le frein de stationnement. ATTENTION N’éteignez jamais ce produit pendant l’effacement de la mémoire Bluetooth. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Effacer la mémoire BT]. 3 Touchez [Effacer]. L’écran de confirmation apparaît. Mettre à jour le logiciel Bluetooth Cette fonction sert à mettre à jour ce produit avec le plus récent logiciel Bluetooth. Pour plus de détails sur le logiciel Bluetooth et sur sa mise à jour, reportez-vous à notre site Web. p La source est éteinte et la connexion Bluetooth coupée avant le lancement du processus. p Ce réglage est disponible uniquement lorsque vous arrê tez le véhicule en un endroit sûr et engagez le frein de stationnement. p Vous devez enregistrer à l’avance le fichier de mise à jour de la version sur le support de mémoire USB. ATTENTION N’éteignez jamais ce produit et ne déconnectez jamais le téléphone pendant la mise à jour du logiciel. 1 Connectez à ce produit le support de mémoire USB sur lequel est enregistré le fichier de ver sion mise à jour.  Reportez-vous àla page 74, Brancher et débrancher un support de mémoire USB 2 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 3 Touchez [Mise à jour du logiciel BT]. 4 Touchez [Marche]. Suivez les instructions à l’écran pour terminer la mise à jour du logiciel Bluetooth. Afficher la version du logiciel Bluetooth Si le produit ne fonctionne pas bien, vous devrez peut-être consulter votre détaillant pour le faire réparer. Le cas échéant, procédez comme suit pour vérifier la version du logiciel sur cet appareil. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Info sur la version BT]. La version du module Bluetooth de ce produit apparaît. Permuter entre les appareils Bluetooth connectés Après avoir enregistré et connecté des appareils Bluetooth sur ce produit, vous pouvez permuter entre ces appareils à l’aide de la touche de permutation d’appareil pendant l’utilisation de la fonction téléphone et avec certaines sources audio. p Vous pouvez enregistrer jusqu’à trois appareils Bluetooth sur ce produit.  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Enregistrer des appareils Bluetooth p Vous pouvez connecter un des appareils enregistrés à ce produit. Dans les cas où l’appareil enregistré est équipé d’une fonction téléphone, jusqu’à deux appareils peuvent être connectés en même temps lors de l’utilisation de la fonction téléphone. Si deux des trois appareils enregistrés sont déjà connectés, vous pouvez connecter le troisième pour utiliser la fonction audio uniquement depuis la touche de permutation d’appareil sur l’écran de source audio. p L’icône du téléphone cellulaire en cours d’utilisation s’af fiche sur l’écran « Menu de téléphone ». Si vous connectez deux téléphones cellulaires en même temps sur ce produit, vous pourrez permuter entre les téléphones cellulaires à l’aide de la touche de permutation d’appareil. Les contenus du menu de téléphone sont mis en mémoire pour chaque téléphone cellulaire connecté.  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Téléphonie mains libres p La touche de permutation d’appareil apparaîtra pour cer taines sources audio. Il se peut que la source audio permute automatiquement sur une autre source, suivant l’appareil sélectionné.

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Synchronise les contacts de l'annuaire de ce produit avec les contacts de votre téléphone manuellement. *5 Pour permuter sur la fonction de reconnaissance vocale (pour iPhone).  Reportez-vous àla page 80, Utiliser la fonction de reconnaissance vocale (pour iPhone) *6 Si vous connectez deux téléphones cellulaires en 5 Touchez pour terminer l’appel. p Il se peut que vous entendiez un bruit en raccrochant le téléphone. Composer un numéro du bottin

*1 *2 *3 *4 *5 Phone Book abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi abcdefghi 3 abcdefghi... *6 ABC A B C D E F G même temps sur ce produit, vous pourrez permuter entre les téléphones cellulaires à l’aide de la touche de permutation d’appareil. Les éléments suivants s’affichent sur la touche.  Nom du téléphone cellulaire actuel  Numéro de liste du téléphone cellulaire actuel  État de la pile du téléphone cellulaire actuel  État de réception du téléphone cellulaire actuel  Reportez-vous àla page 78, Permuter entre les appareils Bluetooth connectés ATTENTION Pour votre sécurité, évitez autant que possible de parler au téléphone tout en conduisant. téléphonique p Les contacts de votre téléphone seront automatiquement transférés sur ce produit. p L’option « Visibilité » de l’écran « Bluetooth » doit être activée.  Reportez-vous àla page 78, Permuter la visibilité p Si deux téléphones cellulaires sont automatiquement connectés à ce produit par la fonction de connexion auto matique d’appareil Bluetooth, le bottin téléphonique du deuxième téléphone s’affiche. 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone

Change la langue de recherche pour l’ anglais ou la langue du système. *1 Pour permuter sur l’écran de numérotation prédéfinie.  Reportez-vous àla page 80, Utiliser les listes de numérotation prédéfinie *2 Pour permuter sur la liste de bottin téléphonique.  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Composer un numéro du bottin téléphonique *3 Pour permuter sur la liste des appels manqués, reçus et effectués.  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Composer un numéro depuis l’historique *4 Pour permuter sur le mode de saisie directe du numéro de téléphone.  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Numérotation directe Pour utiliser cette fonction, vous devez connecter à l’avance le téléphone cellulaire à ce produit avec Bluetooth.  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Enregistrer et connecter un appareil Bluetooth® Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 1 Appuyez sur . 2 Touchez . L’écran de menu de téléphone apparaît. Faire un appel téléphonique Il y a plusieurs façons de faire un appel téléphonique. Numérotation directe 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 2 Touchez . 3 Touchez les touches numériques pour saisir le numéro de téléphone. 4 Touchez pour faire un appel. 2 Touchez . 3 Touchez le nom désiré dans la liste. 4 Touchez le numéro de téléphone. L’écran de numérotation apparaît et la numérotation commence. 5 Touchez pour terminer l’appel. Composer un numéro depuis l’historique 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 2 Touchez . 3 Touchez l’élément pour permuter la liste d’historique. Les éléments suivants sont disponibles :  : Liste des appels reçus  : Liste des appels effectués  : Liste des appels manqués 4 Pour faire un appel, touchez l’entrée désirée dans la liste. L’écran de numérotation apparaît et la numérotation commence. 5 Touchez pour terminer l’appel.

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Utiliser les listes de numérotation prédéfinie Enregistrer un numéro de téléphone Vous pouvez, en toute facilité, enregistrer jusqu’à six numéros de téléphone par appareil en tant que numéros prédéfinis. 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 2 Touchez ou . Sur l’écran « Annuaire téléphonique », touchez le numéro désiré pour afficher le numéro de téléphone du contact. 3 Touchez . Composer un numéro depuis la liste de numérotation prédéfinie 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 2 Touchez . 3 Touchez l’élément désiré. L’écran de numérotation apparaît et la numérotation commence. Recevoir un appel téléphonique p Lorsque deux téléphones sont connectés en même temps, si un appel entrant est reçu sur le deuxième téléphone pendant que vous êtes en conversation téléphonique sur le premier, l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé du deuxième téléphone s’affiche. 1 Touchez pour répondre à l’appel.  En touchant pendant la réception d’un appel en attente, vous pouvez permuter sur l’interlocuteur.  Touchez pour refuser l’appel. 2 Touchez pour terminer l’appel. Réduire l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé p Il n’est pas possible de réduire l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé sur l’écran de commande AV. 80 p Pendant une conversation téléphonique ou la réception d’un appel entrant, les sources AV ne peuvent être sélectionnées même si l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé est réduit. 1 Touchez .  Touchez pour afficher de nouveau l’écran de confirmation du numéro composé. Modifier les réglages de téléphone Régler la fonction de réponse automatique Vous pouvez choisir de répondre ou non aux appels automatiquement. Le réglage d’usine est « Arrêt ». p Même si un appel entrant est reçu sur l’autre téléphone connecté pendant que vous êtes en conversation télépho nique, il n’y aura pas de réponse automatique à cet appel. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Réponse automatique] pour permuter sur « Marche » ou « Arrêt ». Permuter la sonnerie Vous pouvez sélectionner l’utilisation ou non de la sonnerie de ce produit. Le réglage d’usine est « Marche ». 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Tonalité] pour permuter sur « Marche » ou « Arrêt ». Inverser les noms du bottin téléphonique Vous pouvez utiliser cette fonction pour changer l’ordre, du premier au dernier, des noms du bottin téléphonique. 1 Affichez l’écran « Bluetooth ».  Reportez-vous àla page 77, Afficher l’écran « Bluetooth » 2 Touchez [Inversion des noms]. Régler le mode privé Pendant une conversation, vous pouvez permuter sur le mode privé (parler directement sur le téléphone cellulaire). 1 Touchez ou pour activer ou désacti ver le mode privé. p Si deux téléphones cellulaires sont connectés à ce produit et que le premier est réglé sur le mode privé, vous pouvez recevoir des appels entrants sur le deuxième tout en conser vant l’appel en cours sur le premier. p Lorsque deux téléphones cellulaires sont connectés à ce produit et que le mode privé du premier téléphone est désactivé, si vous répondez à un appel entrant sur le deu xième téléphone alors qu’un appel est en cours, que vous composez un numéro ou que vous recevez un appel sur le premier téléphone, cela met fin à l’appel, à la composition du numéro ou à la réception de l’appel sur le premier téléphone. Régler le volume d’écoute de l’interlocuteur Ce produit peut être ajusté sur le volume d’écoute de l’interlocuteur. 1 Touchez pour permuter entre les trois niveaux de volume. Utiliser la fonction de recon naissance vocale (pour iPhone) En connectant un iPhone à ce produit, vous pouvez utiliser la fonction de reconnaissance vocale (mode Siri yeux libres) sur ce produit. p Lorsqu’un iPhone équipé d’iOS 6.1 ou supérieur est utilisé, le mode Siri yeux libres est disponible sur ce produit. p Dans ce chapitre, iPhone et iPod touch sont tous les deux désignés « iPhone ». 1 Affichez l’écran « Menu de téléphone ».  Reportez-vous àla page 79, Afficher l’écran de menu de téléphone 2 Touchez . La fonction de reconnaissance vocale est lancée et l’écran de commande vocale apparaît. p Vous pouvez aussi lancer la fonction de reconnaissance vocale en maintenant la pression sur . p Si deux téléphones cellulaires sont automatiquement connectés à ce produit par la fonction de connexion


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