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Thank you for buying this
Pioneer product ........................................ 3
Introduction ................................................. 3
License Agreement ............................... 3
Important Safety Information ....................... 5
Before You Start ......................................... 6
About this unit ............................................. 6
About this manual ....................................... 6
Precautions ................................................. 6
In case of trouble ........................................ 6
Protecting your unit from theft ..................... 7
Removing the front panel ..................... 7
Attaching the front panel ....................... 7
Resetting the Microprocessor ..................... 7
About the demo mode ................................. 8
Reverse mode ...................................... 8
Feature demo ....................................... 8
What's what ................................................. 8
Optional remote control ........................ 9
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Turning a source on or off ........................... 9
Using navigation and SOURCES
simultaneously ........................................ 10
SOFT KEY operation ................................ 10
Switching the function of the
multifunction buttons .............................. 10
Example of multi-function
button operation ..................................... 10
The difference between the BAND/ESC
button and the BACK button ................... 11
Display example (e.g., built-in
CD player) .............................................. 11
Key guidance indicator .............................. 11
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What is navigation? .................................. 12
Safety instructions .................................... 12
Digitised area ............................................ 12
General notes ........................................... 12
Before using navigation ............................ 13
Selecting navigation .................................. 13
Main navigation menu ............................... 13
Entering destination .................................. 14
Selecting the country .......................... 14
Entering the destination ...................... 14
Entering the destination road ............. 15
Entering the destination centre ........... 15
Entering the POST CODE for the
destination road ...................................... 16
Route menu .............................................. 17
Entering the house number for
the destination road ............................ 17
Select the intersection for
the destination road ............................ 17
Selecting the route settings ................ 18
Storing a specified destination in
the destination memory .......................... 18
Deleting stored destinations ............... 19
Route guidance calculation ....................... 19
Recalculating the route ....................... 19
Stopover ................................................... 19
Entering a stopover ............................ 19
Starting route calculation
to a stopover ....................................... 19
Deleting a stopover ............................ 20
Stopover reached ............................... 20
Traffic jam function ................................... 20
Entering the length of the bypass ....... 20
Delete block ........................................ 20
Cancelling route guidance ........................ 20
Navigation ................................................. 21
Notes on route guidance ........................... 21
Dynamic navigation with TMC .................. 22
What is dynamic route guidance? ...... 22
Dynamic route guidance ..................... 22
Displaying traffic information .............. 22
Information during route guidance ............ 23
Requesting journey duration and
kilometres travelled ............................ 23
Displaying the route settings .............. 24
Request current time .......................... 24
Requesting current position ................ 24
Requesting the road list ...................... 24
Destination memory .................................. 25
Special destinations .................................. 25
System settings ........................................ 26
Setting the time .................................. 27
Saving the position ............................. 27
Requesting the position ...................... 28
Setting the language .......................... 28
Switching announcement of the
estimated time of arrival on/off ........... 28
Average speed ................................... 28
Selecting the measuring unit .............. 28
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Display and indicators ............................... 29
Basic operation ......................................... 29
Storing and recalling broadcast stations ... 29
Storing broadcast stations .................. 29
Recalling broadcast stations .............. 29
Tuner function menu ................................. 29
Storing the strongest broadcast stations .. 30
Tuning in strong signals ............................ 30
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Display and indicators ............................... 30
What is RDS? ........................................... 30
Displaying the frequency
of an RDS station ................................... 30
Using alternative frequency (AF) .............. 31
Using the PI seek function ........................ 31
PI seek ............................................... 31
Auto PI seek (for preset station) ......... 31
Limiting stations to regional
programming .......................................... 31
Receiving traffic announcements .............. 31
Turning the TA function on or off ........ 31
Canceling traffic announcements ....... 32
Adjusting the TA volume .................... 32
TP alarm ............................................. 32
Using the PTY function ............................. 32
Searching the PTY ............................. 32
Setting the news program
interruption ......................................... 32
PTY alarm .......................................... 32
PTY list ..................................................... 33
Using radio text ......................................... 33
Displaying the radio text ..................... 33
Storing radio text ................................ 33
Recalling preset radio text .................. 33
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Display and indicators ............................... 34
Basic operation ......................................... 34
Switching and scrolling the title ................. 34
Built-in CD player function menu .............. 35
Repeating play .......................................... 35
Playing tracks in random order ................. 35
Scanning tracks of a CD ........................... 35
Selecting tracks from the track title list ..... 35
Pausing CD playback ............................... 36
Entering disc titles ..................................... 36
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Display and indicators .............................. 36
50-disc multi-CD player ............................ 36
Basic operation ......................................... 36
Selecting a disc directly ............................ 37
Switching and scrolling the title ................ 37
Multi-CD player function menu ................. 37
Repeating play ......................................... 37
Playing tracks in random order ................. 38
Scanning CDs and tracks ......................... 38
Selecting tracks from the track title list ..... 38
Selecting discs from the disc title list ........ 38
Pausing CD playback ............................... 39
Entering disc titles .................................... 39
Using compression and dynamic
bass emphasis ....................................... 39
Using ITS memory .................................... 40
Programming tracks in ITS memory ... 40
Playback from ITS memory ................ 40
Erasing a track from ITS memory ...... 40
Erasing a CD from ITS memory ......... 40
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Display and indicators .............................. 41
Indications that light when
function is switched on ....................... 41
DAB status indications ....................... 41
Basic operation ......................................... 41
Storing and recalling services .................. 41
Storing services .................................. 41
Recalling services .............................. 41
Changing a band ...................................... 42
Switching the display ................................ 42
Switching the road traffic flash and
transport flash on or off .......................... 42
Canceling road traffic flash and
transport flash interruptions
part way through ................................ 42
Dynamic label function ............................. 42
Displaying dynamic labels .................. 42
Storing a dynamic label ...................... 42
Recalling a dynamic label .................. 42
DAB tuner function menu ......................... 43
Setting the announcement support
interruption ............................................. 43
Selecting services from the
preset service list ................................... 43
Selecting services from the
available service list ............................... 43
Searching the available PTY .................... 44
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Display and indicators ............................... 44
Basic operation ......................................... 44
Storing and recalling broadcast stations ... 44
Storing broadcast stations .................. 44
Recalling broadcast stations ............... 45
Changing a band ....................................... 45
TV tuner function menu ............................. 45
Selecting channels from the
preset channel list .................................. 45
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Recalling equalizer curves ........................ 46
Audio menu ............................................... 46
Using balance adjustment ......................... 46
Adjusting equalizer curve .......................... 46
Using bass adjustment .............................. 47
Using treble adjustment ............................ 47
Using loudness ......................................... 47
Using subwoofer output ...................... 48
Adjusting subwoofer settings .................... 48
Adjusting source levels ............................. 48
Setting the sound focus equalizer ............. 48
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Initial settings menu .................................. 49
Initial settings menu operation ............ 49
Using reverse mode .................................. 49
Using the feature demo ............................. 49
Switching the auxiliary setting ................... 49
Switching the guide animation setting ....... 49
Switching the muting/
attenuation setting .................................. 50
Setting the Guide Select ........................... 50
Setting the FM tuning step ........................ 50
Setting the warning tone ........................... 50
Switching the rear output setting ............... 50
Setting the DAB priority function ............... 51
With DAB priority ON .......................... 51
With DAB priority OFF ......................... 51
Switching the auto PI seek ........................ 51
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Attenuating audio volume ......................... 51
Displaying the clock .................................. 51
Setting the time display on or off ........ 51
Adjusting the brightness ........................... 52
Switching the dimmer setting .................... 52
Selecting the wall paper pattern ............... 52
Using the AUX source .............................. 52
Selecting AUX as the source .............. 52
Entering the AUX title ......................... 52
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CD player and care ................................... 53
CD-R/CD-RW discs .................................. 53
Understanding built-in CD player
error messages ...................................... 53
About traffic information ............................ 54
Copyright .................................................. 54
Specifications ............................................ 54
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