(1) AV button
Display AV operation screen.
(2) MAP button
View the map or change view mode.
(3) MENU button
Display the navigation menu or AV
DVD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION HEAD UNIT
Quick Start Guide
This guide is intended to guide you through the basic
functions of this navigation system. For details, please
refer to the Operation Manual provided with the product.
Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2008 by Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.
Printed in Belgium
Searching for your destination by
Search function overview
This navigation system has multiple methods for entering your des-
(1) Search by address
(2) Shortcut key for home address
(3) Shortcut key for favourite destination
(4) Search for stores, restaurants, and other businesses in the points
of interest database
(5) Search for stores, restaurants, and other businesses in your vicinity
Search result list for vicinity search
(6) Select a destination from your address book
(7) Select a previously routed destination
(8) Select a route to a motorway entrance or exit
(9) Search for a destination by postal code number
(4) OPEN/CLOSE button
Open or close the LCD panel.
Pressing this button when the AV source is selected skips a track, file or
chapter. Press and hold to fast forward/fast reverse a track, file or chapter.
(6) EJECT button
(7) Disc loading slot
(8) VOLUME knob
Turn to adjust the AV (Audio and Video) volume or press to change the AV
source. Press and hold the VOLUME knob to switch the source to mute.
1 Display the [NAVI MENU].
2 Touch the Destination tab
and then touch Address
3 Input the street name.
Touching the country key dis-
plays the country selector
4 Select the street name
from the list.
After narrowing down your
destination, the house num-
ber input screen will appear.
5 Input the house number
and then touch OK.
When route calculation is com-
pleted, navigation guidance
This navigation systems gives
you route guidance both visual-
ly and by voice.
Setting the voice guidance volume
Touch the Settings tab in
[NAVI MENU] and then touch
Switching the screen
Press the following buttons and touch keys to display the respective
Basic operation on the map screen
Switching the view mode
Scrolling the map
Touch and hold where you would
like to scroll to on the map
screen. After a few seconds, the
scrolling will begin.
Press the MAP button while
displaying the map screen.
This navigation system allows
you to select different view
modes depending on your pref-
Playing your Apple iPod
You can control an iPod by connecting the Interface cable for iPod®
(CD-I200) (sold separately) to the navigation system.
1 Display the [AV MENU].
2 Touch the iPod icon to display the iPod source screen.
· iPod [iPod]
· USB [USB-Audio]
· BT-TEL [Bluetooth-Telephone]
· BT-AUDIO [Bluetooth-Audio]
· M-CD [Multi-CD player]
· M-DVD [Multi-DVD player]
(2) OFF [Switch to source off]
Traffic information on the map
Traffic conditions can be overlaid on the map when there is traffic
information transmitted by FM radio service through the Radio
Data System (RDS-TMC).
(1) Traffic event
Slow and queuing
RADIO source screen
Switch the radio station
Seek tuning (keep touching for
about one second and release).
Switch between bands:
Selecting the AV source
Touch the AV source icon to select the desired AV source.
(1) AV source icon
Sources that can be used from the beginning:
· DISC [CD, ROM, DVD-V, DivX]
· RADIO [Tuner]
Sources that need connection to an optional Pioneer equipment
(sold separately) or external equipment:
Operating the AV operation screens
DISC source screen(e.g. DVD-V)
Touch the screen to display touch
panel keys, when you play the
Touch Panel keys
Playback and Pause
Skip the track/chapter forward or
Display touch panel keys to
operate the DVD menu
Selecting the video for rear display
Touch REAR SCREEN to switch the video source for the rear dis-
play in the following order.
Mirror (Same as front) DVD (DISC) AV1 (AV-1) AV2 (AV-2)
(1) Touch one of the categories in which you want to search for a
song or video.
(2) Touch to switch between the video screen and the music screen.
(3) Touch keys to operate the music/video source.