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Thank you for buying this Pioneer product, Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to oper. ate your model properly After you have finished reading the instructions put them. away in a safe place for future reference, Before You Start Built in CD Player. Dear Customer 2 Playing a CD 8, About this unit 3 Playing tracks in a random order 9. About this manual 3 Repeating play 9, After sales service for Pioneer products 3 Pausing CD playback 9. Precautions 3, Protecting your unit from theft 4 Audio Adjustments.
Removing the front panel 4 Introduction of audio adjustments 10. Attaching the front panel 4 Using balance adjustment 10. What s what 5 Using the equalizer 11, Recalling equalizer curves 11. Power ON OFF Adjusting equalizer curves 11, Turning the unit on 6 Adjusting loudness 11. Selecting a source 6 Front image enhancer FIE 12, Turning the unit off 6 Adjusting source levels 12. Tuner Other Functions, Listening to the radio 6 Setting the time 13. Storing and recalling broadcast Setting the time display on or off 13. frequencies 7, Tuning in strong signals 8 Additional Information.
Storing the strongest broadcast CD player and care 14. frequencies 8 CD R CD RW discs 14, Understanding built in CD player error mes. Specifications 16, Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you ve just purchased is only the start of your. musical enjoyment Now it s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your. equipment offers This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association s Consumer. Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level One. that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying 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. To establish a safe level, Start your volume control at a low setting. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level. Set the dial and leave it there, Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future After. all we want you listening for a lifetime, We Want You Listening For A Lifetime.
Used wisely your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment Since hear. ing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late this manufacturer and the. Electronic Industries Association s Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged. exposure to excessive noise This list of sound levels is included for your protection. Level Example, 30 Quiet library soft whispers, 40 Living room refrigerator bedroom away from traffic. 50 Light traffic normal conversation quiet office, 60 Air conditioner at 20 feet sewing machine. 70 Vacuum cleaner hair dryer noisy restaurant, 80 Average city traffic garbage disposals alarm clock at two feet. THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE. 90 Subway motorcycle truck traffic lawn mower, 100 Garbage truck chain saw pneumatic drill. 120 Rock band concert in front of speakers thunderclap. 140 Gunshot blast jet plane, Nederlands, 180 Rocket launching pad.
Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation. Before You Start, About this unit U S A, The tuner frequencies on this unit are allocated Pioneer Electronics Service Inc. for use in North America Use in other areas CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT. may result in improper receiption P O Box 1760, Long Beach CA 90801. 800 421 1404, The serial number is located on the top of this Pioneer Electronics of Canada Inc. unit For your own security and convenience be CUSTOMER SATISFACTION DEPARTMENT. sure to record this number on the enclosed 300 Allstate Parkway. warranty card Markham Ontario L3R OP2, 905 479 4411. 1 877 283 5901, About this manual For warranty information please see the Limited.
Warranty sheet included with this unit, This unit features a number of sophisticated. functions ensuring superior reception and oper, ation All the functions have been designed for Precautions. the easiest possible use but many are not self, explanatory This operation manual will help you CAUTION USE OF CONTROL OR. benefit fully from this product s potential and to ADJUSTMENT OR PER. maximize your listening enjoyment FORMANCE OF PROCE. We recommend that you familiarize yourself DURES OTHER THAN. THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN, with the functions and their operation by read. MAY RESULT IN, ing through the manual before you begin using HAZARDOUS RADIATION.
this unit It is especially important that you read EXPOSURE. and observe precautions on this page and in CAUTION THE USE OF OPTICAL. other sections INSTRUMENTS WITH, THIS PRODUCT WILL. INCREASE EYE HAZARD, After sales service for Pioneer Keep this manual handy as a reference for. products operating procedures and precautions, Always keep the volume low enough so you. Please contact the dealer or distributor from can hear sounds outside of the car. where you purchased this unit for after sales Protect this product from moisture. service including warranty conditions or any If the battery is disconnected or discharged. other information In case the necessary infor the preset memory will be erased and must be. mation is not available please contact the com reprogrammed. panies listed below, Please do not ship your unit to the companies at. the addresses listed below for repair without, advance contact.
Before You Start, Protecting your unit from theft Attaching the front panel. The front panel can be detached from the head, 1 Place the front panel flat against the head. unit to discourage theft, Important 2 Press the front panel into the face of the. head unit until it is firmly seated, Never use force or grip the display and the. buttons tightly when removing or attaching, Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive.
Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight and, high temperatures. Removing the front panel, 1 Press DETACH to release the front panel. Press DETACH and the right side of the panel is, released from the head unit. 2 Grab the front panel and remove, Grab the right side of the front panel and pull. away to the left The front panel will be detached, from the head unit.
Nederlands, Before You Start, What s what 7 LOUDNESS button. Press to switch loudness function on or off, 1 VOLUME button 8 SOURCE button. Press to increase or decrease the volume This unit is switched on by selecting a. source Press to cycle through all of the, 2 CD EJECT button available sources. Press to eject a CD from your built in CD, player 9 1 6 PRESET TUNING buttons. Press for preset tuning, 3 AUDIO button, Press to select various sound quality con 0 LOCAL BSM button.
BAND button, 4 CLOCK button Press to select among three FM and one AM. Press to switch clock display on or off band and cancel the control mode of func. 5 EQ button, Press to select various equalizer curves DETACH button. Press to remove the front panel from the, 6 5 2 3 buttons head unit. Press to do manual seek tuning fast for, ward reverse and track search controls Also. used for controlling functions, Power ON OFF Tuner.
Turning the unit on Listening to the radio, Press SOURCE to turn the unit on. When you select a source the unit is turned on, Selecting a source 1 BAND indicator. You can select a source you want to listen to To Shows which band the radio is tuned to AM. switch to the built in CD player load a disc in or FM. this unit refer to page 8, 2 FREQUENCY indicator, Press SOURCE to select a source Shows to which frequency the tuner is. Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch between, the following sources. Built in CD player Tuner 3 STEREO indicator, Shows that the frequency selected is being.
broadcast in stereo, When no disc is set in this product built in 4 PRESET NUMBER indicator. CD player source will not change Shows what preset has been selected. When this unit s blue white lead is connected, to the car s auto antenna relay control termi. nal the car s antenna extends when this, unit s source is switched on To retract the. antenna switch the source off, Turning the unit off. Press SOURCE and hold for at least one sec, ond to turn the unit off.
Nederlands, 1 Press SOURCE to select the tuner Storing and recalling broadcast. frequencies, 2 Use VOLUME to adjust the sound level. When you press VOLUME up the volume is If you press any of the PRESET TUNING buttons. raised and when pressed down the volume is you can easily store up to six broadcast frequen. lowered cies for later recall with the touch of a button. 3 Press BAND to select a band When you find a frequency that you want to. Press BAND until the desired band is displayed store in memory press a PRESET TUNING but. FM1 FM2 FM3 for FM or AM ton and hold until the preset number stops. 4 To perform manual tuning press 2 or 3 The number you have pressed will flash in the. with quick presses PRESET NUMBER indicator and then remain lit. The frequencies move up or down step by step The selected radio station frequency has been. stored in memory, 5 To perform seek tuning press and hold 2 The next time you press the same PRESET TUN. or 3 for about one second and release ING button the radio station frequency is. The tuner will scan the frequencies until a recalled from memory. broadcast strong enough for good reception is, You can cancel seek tuning by pressing either Notes. 2 or 3 with a quick press Up to 18 FM stations 6 for each of the three. If you press and hold 2 or 3 you can skip FM bands and 6 AM stations can be stored in. broadcasting stations Seek tuning starts as memory. soon as you release the buttons You can also use 5 and to recall radio sta. tion frequencies assigned to PRESET TUNING, Note buttons.
When the frequency selected is being broad, cast in stereo the STEREO indicator will. Tuner Built in CD player, Tuning in strong signals Playing a CD. Local seek tuning lets you tune in only those, radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for. good reception, 1 Press LOCAL BSM to turn local seek tuning. Local seek sensitivity LOC appears in the dis, 1 TRACK NUMBER indicator.
2 When you want to return to normal seek Shows the track currently playing. tuning press LOCAL BSM to turn local seek, tuning off 2 PLAY TIME indicator. Shows the elapsed playing time of the cur, rent track. 1 Insert a CD into the CD loading slot, Storing the strongest broadcast Playback will automatically start. frequencies, CD loading slot, BSM best stations memory lets you automati. cally store the six strongest broadcast frequen, cies under PRESET TUNING buttons 1 6 and.
once stored there you can tune in to those fre, quencies with the touch of a button. Press and hold LOCAL BSM for about two, You can eject a CD by pressing CD EJECT. seconds to turn BSM on, BSM begins to flash While BSM is flashing the. 2 After a CD has been inserted press, six strongest broadcast frequencies will be. SOURCE to select the built in CD player, stored under PRESET TUNING buttons in order.
of their signal strength When finished BSM, 3 Use VOLUME to adjust the sound level. stops flashing, When you press VOLUME up the volume is. To cancel the storage process press, raised and when pressed down the volume is. Nederlands, Storing broadcast frequencies with BSM may. replace broadcast frequencies you have saved, using PRESET TUNING.
Built in CD player, 4 To perform fast forward or reverse press Repeating play. and hold 2 or 3, Repeat play lets you hear the same track over. 5 To skip back or forward to another track again, press 2 or 3. Pressing 3 skips to the start of the next track 1 Press 5 to turn repeat play on. Pressing 2 once skips to the start of the current RPT appears in the display The track presently. track Pressing again will skip to the previous playing will play and then repeat. 2 Press 5 to turn repeat play off, The track presently playing will continue to play. and then play the next track, The built in CD player plays one standard.
12 cm or 8 cm single CD at a time Do not, use an adapter when playing 8 cm CDs. Do not insert anything other than a CD into If you perform track search or fast. the CD loading slot forward reverse repeat play is automatically. If you cannot insert a disc completely or if cancelled. after you insert a disc the disc does not play, check that the label side of the disc is up. Press CD EJECT to eject the disc and check, the disc for damage before inserting the disc Pausing CD playback. If the built in CD player does not operate prop Pause lets you temporarily stop playback of the. erly an error message such as ERR 14 may be CD, displayed Refer to Understanding built in CD. player error messages on page 15 1 Press 6 to turn pause on. PAUSE appears in the display Play of the cur, rent track pauses.
Playing tracks in a random order 2 Press 6 to turn pause off. FM1 FM2 FM3 for FM or AM 4 To perform manual tuning press 2or 3 with quick presses The frequencies move up or down step by step 5 To perform seek tuning press and hold 2 or 3for about one second and release The tuner will scan the frequencies until a broadcast strong enough for good reception is found

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