MARINE REMOTE COMMANDER
Audio Entertainment Group
Printed in Japan C 2000. 12
Published by General Engineering Dept.
A-3290-718-A MAIN ASSY (BLACK)
A-3290-719-A MAIN ASSY (WHITE)
3-225-765-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)
X-3380-308-1 ACCESSORY ASSY, FITTING
1-757-692-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR)
1-590-519-21 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (BUS)
1-757-713-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (BUS) (BRANCH)
3-225-762-01 SHEET (CAUSHION)
× 18.8 × 84.9 mm (w/h/d)(3 3/8 × 3/4 × 3 3/8 in.)
Approx.113 g (4 oz.)
Parts for installationand connections (1 set)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Unit: mm (in.)
84.9 (3 3/8)
* 23.9 (31/32)
54 (2 1/4)
5 m (196 7/8 in.)
5 m (196 7/8 in.)
With this remote commander, you can control your car audio equipment easily.
Use this remote commander with master units equipped with the special input jack for the rotary
commander and the Sony Bus system control.
Location and function of controls
The following buttons (except the SOURCE and MODE button) share the same functions as those on
the master unit or the wireless remote commander.
For more information about the functions of each button or control, refer to the operating instructions
of your Sony car audio equipment.
1 VOL (volume) + button
2 ATT (attenuate) button
Press to attenuate the sound momentarily.
3 SOURCE button
Press to select program sources.
4 SEEK/AMS button
During tape or CD/MD playback:
·AMS* function: Locates the beginning of tracks. Each time you press either side of the button a
track is skipped.
To skip several tracks at once, press either side of the button momentarily and release. Within one
second, press it again and hold it.
* Automatic Music Sensor.
·Manual search: Locates the desired part of a track. Press and hold either side of the button until
the desired part is located. When the desired track is reached, release.
During radio/TV reception:
·Automatic tuning: Automatically tunes in to a station. When a station is tuned in, the search stops
automatically. Press either side of the button momentarily several times until a desired station is
·Manually searches for a station. Press either side of the button until the desired station is tuned
in. If you press again within one second, you can continue manually search for another station.
5 MODE button
·Changes the playback side of the cassette.
·Selects CD units when several CD units are connected.
For example: CD1
t CD2 t ···
·Selects MD units when several MD units are connected.
For example: MD1
t MD2 t ···
·Changes the preset groups.
For example: FM1
t FM2 t AM t ···
·Changes the TV/AUX (video) mode.
6 OFF button
Press to turn off the unit.
7 DISC/PRST button
·Fast-winds the tape. To resume normal playback, press the MODE button.
·Changes the disc when one or more CD/MD units are connected.
·Receives the stations memorized on the preset number buttons on the master unit.
8 ATT (attenuate) indicator
When the ATT function is on, the ATT indicator blinks.
9 Source information
0 Mode information
Source information (
Mode information (
FM1, FM2, AM
· FWD (Forward)
· REV (Reverse)
· FF (Fast-forward)
· REW (rewind)
Disc number (with the CD/MD units) and Track number
· Choose the mounting location carefully so that the remote commander:
-- will not interfere with driving the motorboat.
-- can easy of operate the remote commander and the display is to see.
-- will not get wet or dirty from sea water, rain, dust, etc.
-- is not subject to high temperatures, such as from direct sunlight.
· Be sure to use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.
· When installing the remote commander, be sure not to damage the electrical cables etc., on the other side
of the mounting surface.
1 or 2
¿ 8.5 (11/32)
¿ 24.5 (31/32)
54 (2 1/4)
Unit: mm (in.)
(supplied with CD/MD changer)
Master unit with Sony BUS system
· Be sure all the cords, connection plugs, and the
divide box are located and fixed in position so that
they are not subjected to high temperatures,
vibration, sea water, rain, dust, etc.
· When finished making all the connections, press
the RESET button of the master unit.
· When you connect the remote commander to the
master unit and other units (CD/MD changer etc.),
refer also to the Installation/Connections manual of
the master unit and other units.
· You cannot connect more than two CD/MD
After connecting, bundle up the connecting
cords of the remote commander with other
connecting cords of the audio equipment by
attaching the supplied clamp 0. Be sure to
leave some slack in the connecting cord
between the plug and the clamp as
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