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MAN-DEH-P75BT-GB

MAN-DEH-P75BT-GB

MAN-DEH-P75BT-GB.fm Page 1 Thursday, March 16, 2006 2:49 PM ENGLISH

High power CD/MP3/WMA/AAC Player with Bluetooth Wireless Technology, RDS tuner and Multi-CD
control

Operation Manual

DEH-P75BT

Visit www.pioneer.co.uk (or www.pioneer-eur.com)
to register your product

Q sound.vision.soul

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Contents 2

Thank you for buying this Pioneer product Using CD TEXT functions ......................... 24 Connecting to a registered
* Displaying text information cellular phone ......................................... 34
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your on CD TEXT discs .............................. 25 * Connecting to a registered ENGLISH
model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this manual in a * Scrolling text information phone manually .................................. 34
safe place for future reference. in the display ...................................... 25 * Connecting to a registered
* Selecting tracks from the phone automatically ........................... 34
Connecting the Units ........................... 4 Basic Operations ............................... 15 track title list ........................................ 25
Power cable connection .............................. 5 Turning the unit on .................................... 15 Using the Phone Book .............................. 35
Connecting to separately Selecting a source .................................... 15 MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV Player .............. 25 * Transferring entries to the
sold power amp ........................................ 6 Loading a disc ........................................... 15 Playing MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV files ........... 25 Phone Book ........................................ 35
Adjusting the volume ................................ 16 Selecting a track directly in the * Changing the Phone Book
Installation ............................................ 7 Turning the unit off .................................... 16 current folder .......................................... 26 display order ....................................... 35
DIN Front/Rear-mount ................................ 7 Introduction of advanced built-in CD * Calling a number in the
DIN Front-mount ......................................... 7 Tuner ................................................... 16 player (MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV) Phone Book ........................................ 35
* Installation with the rubber bush ........... 7 Listening to the radio ................................ 16 operation ................................................ 26 * Assign genres to phone numbers ...... 36
* Removing the Unit ................................ 7 Introduction of advanced tuner Repeating play .......................................... 26 * Editing the name of a
DIN Rear-mount .......................................... 8 operation ................................................ 17 Playing tracks in random order ................. 27 Phone Book entry ............................... 36
* Installation using the screw holes Storing and recalling broadcast Scanning folders and tracks ..................... 27 * Editing phone numbers ...................... 36
on the side of the unit ........................... 8 frequencies ............................................. 17 Pausing MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV playback .. 27 * Clearing a Phone Book entry ............. 37
Fixing the front panel .................................. 8 Storing the strongest broadcast Using compression and BMX ................... 27 * Using preset numbers ........................ 37
Installing the microphone ............................ 8 frequencies ............................................. 17 Selecting the search method .................... 27
* Installation notes ................................... 8 Selecting stations from the preset Searching every 10 tracks in the Clearing memory ...................................... 37
* When installing the microphone channel list ............................................. 18 current folder .......................................... 28 Using the Call History ............................... 38
on the sun visor .................................... 8 Tuning in strong signals ............................ 18 Displaying text information on
* When installing the microphone MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV disc ..................... 28 * Displaying the Call History ................. 38
on the steering column ......................... 9 RDS ..................................................... 18 * When playing back an * Calling a number from the
Adjusting the microphone angle .................. 9 Introduction of RDS operation .................. 18 MP3/WMA/AAC disc .......................... 28
Selecting alternative frequencies .............. 19 * When playing back a WAV disc ......... 28 Call History ......................................... 38
Before You Start ................................. 10 * Using PI Seek ..................................... 19 Scrolling text information in the display .... 28 * Assigning preset numbers .................. 38
About this unit ........................................... 10 * Using Auto PI Seek for Selecting tracks from the file name list ..... 29 Making a call by entering
Operating environment ............................. 10 preset stations .................................... 19 phone number ........................................ 39
Product registration ................................... 10 * Limiting stations to regional Bluetooth Telephone .......................... 29 Echo canceling and noise reduction ......... 39
About this manual ..................................... 10 programming ...................................... 19 Hands-free phoning with cellular Changing the ring tone ............................. 39
In case of trouble ...................................... 10 Receiving traffic announcements .............. 19 phones featuring Bluetooth Setting the automatic rejecting ................. 39
Features .................................................... 11 Using PTY functions ................................. 20 wireless technology ................................ 29 Setting the automatic answering .............. 39
About WMA ............................................... 11 * Searching for an RDS station About the telephone source ...................... 30 Displaying BD (Bluetooth Device)
About AAC ................................................ 11 by PTY information ............................. 20 * Standby mode .................................... 30 address .................................................. 40
About Bluetooth ........................................ 12 * Using news program interruption ....... 20 Setting up for hands-free phoning ............ 30 * Displaying BD address of your
Resetting the microprocessor ................... 12 * Receiving PTY alarm broadcasts ....... 20 Basic operation of hands-free phoning ..... 30
Clearing all memory .................................. 12 Using radio text ......................................... 21 * Making a phone call ........................... 30 cellular phone ..................................... 40
Protecting your unit from theft ................... 12 * Displaying radio text ........................... 21 * Taking a phone call ............................ 31 * Displaying BD address of this unit ..... 40
* Removing the front panel ................... 12 * Storing and recalling radio text ........... 21 Introduction of advanced hands-free Displaying system version for repair ......... 40
* Attaching the front panel ..................... 13 PTY list ..................................................... 21 phoning operation .................................. 32 Selecting the incoming call screen ........... 40
About the demo mode ............................... 13 Connecting a cellular phone ..................... 32 Bluetooth Audio ................................. 41
* Reverse mode .................................... 13 Built-in CD Player ............................... 22 * Searching for available Listening to songs on BT Audio
* Feature demo mode ........................... 13 Playing a CD ............................................. 22 cellular phones ................................... 32 (Bluetooth audio player) ......................... 41
Use and care of the remote control ........... 13 Selecting a track directly ........................... 22 * Using a cellular phone to initiate Setting up for Bluetooth audio player ....... 41
* Installing the battery ........................... 13 Introduction of advanced built-in a connection ....................................... 33 Connecting a Bluetooth audio player ....... 41
* Using the remote control .................... 13 CD player operation ............................... 22 Disconnecting a cellular phone ................. 33 Function operation .................................... 42
* FUNCTION button and Repeating play .......................................... 22 Registering connected cellular phone ....... 33 Playing songs on Bluetooth
AUDIO button ..................................... 14 Playing tracks in random order ................. 23 Deleting a registered phone ...................... 34 audio player ........................................... 42
Scanning tracks of a CD ........................... 23 Pausing a song ......................................... 42
What’s What ........................................ 14 Pausing CD playback ............................... 23 Stopping playback .................................... 42
Head unit ................................................... 14 Using compression and BMX ................... 23 Disconnecting a Bluetooth audio player ... 42
Remote control .......................................... 15 Selecting the search method .................... 23 Displaying BD address of this unit ............ 43
Searching every 10 tracks in the Displaying system version for repair ......... 43
current disc ............................................. 24
Using disc title functions ........................... 24
* Entering disc titles .............................. 24
* Displaying disc titles ........................... 24

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Contents

Multi-CD Player ................................... 43 TV tuner .............................................. 50 Initial Settings ..................................... 58
Playing a CD ............................................. 43 Watching the television ............................. 50 Adjusting initial settings ............................ 58
Selecting a track directly ........................... 44 Introduction of advanced TV Selecting the display language ................. 58
50-disc multi-CD player ............................. 44 tuner operation ....................................... 51 Setting the date ......................................... 58
Introduction of advanced multi-CD Storing and recalling broadcast Setting the clock ....................................... 58
player operation ...................................... 44 stations ................................................... 51 Turning the off clock display on or off ....... 59
Repeating play .......................................... 44 Storing the strongest broadcast Setting the FM tuning step ........................ 59
Playing tracks in random order ................. 45 stations sequentially ............................... 51 Switching Auto PI Seek ............................ 59
Scanning CDs and tracks ......................... 45 Selecting stations from the Switching the warning tone ....................... 59
Pausing CD playback ................................ 45 preset channel list .................................. 51 Switching the face auto open .................... 59
Using ITS playlists .................................... 45 Switching the auxiliary setting ................... 59
* Creating a playlist with ITS DVD Player .......................................... 52 Switching the dimmer setting .................... 60
programming ...................................... 45 Playing a disc ............................................ 52 Adjusting the brightness ........................... 60
* Playback from your ITS playlist .......... 46 Selecting a disc ......................................... 52 Setting the rear output and
* Erasing a track from your Selecting a folder ...................................... 52 subwoofer controller ............................... 60
ITS playlist .......................................... 46 Introduction of advanced DVD Switching the sound muting/attenuation ... 60
* Erasing a CD from your player operation ..................................... 52 Switching the feature demo ...................... 60
ITS playlist .......................................... 46 Repeating play .......................................... 53 Switching the reverse mode ..................... 61
Using disc title functions ........................... 46 Pausing disc playback .............................. 53 Switching the Ever Scroll .......................... 61
* Entering disc titles .............................. 46 Playing tracks in random order ................. 53 Activating the BT Audio source ................. 61
* Displaying disc titles ........................... 47 Scanning tracks of a CD/MP3/WMA ......... 53 Entering PIN code for Bluetooth
* Selecting discs from the Using ITS playlist and disc wireless connection ................................ 61
disc title list ......................................... 47 title functions .......................................... 54 Resetting the Bluetooth wireless
Using CD TEXT functions ......................... 47 Using disc title functions ........................... 54 technology module ................................. 61
* Displaying text information * Entering disc titles .............................. 54
on CD TEXT discs .............................. 47 Other Functions .................................. 62
* Scrolling text information Audio Adjustments ............................ 54 Using the AUX source .............................. 62
in the display ....................................... 47 Introduction of audio adjustments ............. 54 * About AUX1 and AUX2 ...................... 62
* Selecting tracks from the Using balance adjustment ........................ 54 * Selecting AUX as the source .............. 62
track title list ........................................ 47 Using the equalizer ................................... 55 * Setting the AUX title ........................... 62
Using compression and bass emphasis ... 48 * Recalling equalizer curves ................. 55 Using different entertainment displays ...... 63
* Adjusting equalizer curves ................. 55
Playing songs on iPod ....................... 48 * Adjusting 7-band graphic equalizer .... 55 Additional Information ....................... 63
Listening to songs on your iPod ................ 48 Adjusting loudness .................................... 56 Understanding built-in CD player
Browsing for a song .................................. 48 Using subwoofer output ............................ 56 error messages ...................................... 63
* Searching for a song .......................... 49 * Adjusting subwoofer settings .............. 56 CD player and care ................................... 63
* Selecting a playlist .............................. 49 Boosting the bass ..................................... 56 Dual Discs ................................................. 64
Displaying text information on iPod ........... 49 Using the high pass filter .......................... 57 MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV files ............... 64
Introduction of advanced iPod Adjusting source levels ............................. 57 * MP3 additional information ................. 65
adapter operation ................................... 49 Using automatic sound levelizer ............... 57 * WMA additional information ............... 65
Repeating play .......................................... 50 * AAC additional information ................. 65
Playing songs in a random * WAV additional information ................ 65
order (shuffle) ......................................... 50 About folders and MP3/WMA/
Pausing a song ......................................... 50 AAC/WAV files ....................................... 66
Terms ........................................................ 66
Specifications ............................................ 68

ENGLISH

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Connecting the Units • To avoid a short-circuit, cover the disconnected lead with insulating tape. Insulate the ENGLISH
unused speaker leads without fail. There is a possibility of a short-circuit if the leads are not
Notes
• This unit is for vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding. Before installing it in insulated.
• To prevent incorrect connection, the input side of the IP-BUS connector is blue, and the
a recreational vehicle, truck, or bus, check the battery voltage.
• To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be sure to disconnect the - battery cable before output side is black. Connect the connectors of the same colors correctly.
• If this unit is installed in a vehicle that does not have an ACC (accessory) position on the
beginning installation.
• Refer to the owner’s manual for details on connecting the power amp and other units, then ignition switch, the red lead of the unit should be connected to a terminal coupled with
ignition switch ON/OFF operations. If this is not done, the vehicle battery may be drained
make connections correctly. when you are away from the vehicle for several hours.
• Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhesive tape. To protect the wiring, wrap adhesive
ACC position No ACC position
tape around them where they lie against metal parts.
• Route and secure all wiring so it cannot touch any moving parts, such as the gear shift, • The black lead is ground. Please ground this lead separately from the ground of high-current
products such as power amps.
handbrake and seat rails. Do not route wiring in places that get hot, such as near the heater If you ground the products together and the ground becomes detached, there is a risk of
outlet. If the insulation of the wiring melts or gets torn, there is a danger of the wiring short- damage to the products or fire.
circuiting to the vehicle body.
• Don’t pass the yellow lead through a hole into the engine compartment to connect to the • Cords for this product and those for other products may be different colors even if they have
battery. This will damage the lead insulation and cause a very dangerous short. the same function. When connecting this product to another product, refer to the supplied
• Do not shorten any leads. If you do, the protection circuit may fail to work when it should. manuals of both products and connect cords that have the same function.
• Never feed power to other equipment by cutting the insulation of the power supply lead of
the unit and tapping into the lead. The current capacity of the lead will be exceeded, causing
overheating.
• When replacing the fuse, be sure to only use a fuse of the rating prescribed on the fuse
holder.
• Since a unique BPTL circuit is employed, never wire so the speaker leads are directly
grounded or the left and right - speaker leads are common.
• Speakers connected to this unit must be highpower with minimum rating of 50 W and
impedance of 4 to 8 ohms. Connecting speakers with output and/or impedance values other
than those noted here may result in the speakers catching fire, emitting smoke or becoming
damaged.
• When this product’s source is switched ON, a control signal is output through the blue/white
lead. Connect to an external power amp’s system remote control or the car’s Auto-antenna
relay control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC). If the car features a glass antenna, connect
to the antenna booster power supply terminal.
• When an external power amp is being used with this system, be sure not to connect the blue/
white lead to the amp’s power terminal. Likewise, do not connect the blue/white lead to the
power terminal of the auto-antenna. Such connection could cause excessive current drain
and malfunction.

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Connecting the Units
Power cable connection

Note Subwoofer output Front output Rear output
(Refer to page 6.) (Refer to page 6.) (Refer to page 6.)
Depending on the kind of vehicle, the
function of 3* and 5* may be different. Microphone 30 cm
In this case, be sure to connect 2* to
5* and 4* to 3*. 4m AUX input jack 14 cm Microphone input

This product

IP-BUS input
(Blue)

Connect leads of the same Jack for the Wired Remote Control Adaptors
color to each other. Please see the Instruction Manual for the Wired Remote Control

Adaptors (sold separately).

Antenna jack IP-BUS cable Multi-CD player
(15 cm) (sold separately)

Cap (1*) Fuse (10 A) Yellow/black
When not using this terminal, Fuse resistor If you use an equipment with Mute function, wire this lead to the
do not remove the cap. Audio Mute lead on that equipment. If not, keep the Audio Mute lead
Fuse resistor free of any connections.
Yellow (3*) Yellow (2*)
Back-up (or accessory) Blue/white
To terminal always supplied with power To system control terminal of the
regardless of ignition switch position. power amp (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

Red (5*) Red (4*)
Accessory (or back-up) To electric terminal controlled by
ignition switch (12 V DC) ON/OFF.

Orange/white Blue/white (7*)
To lighting switch terminal. To Auto-antenna relay control terminal

(max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

Black (ground) Blue/white (6*)
To vehicle (metal) body.
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Speaker leads Front left +

White:
White/black: Front left -
Front right +
ISO connector The pin position of the ISO connector will differ Gray:
depends on the type of vehicle. Connect 6* Gray/black: Front right -
Note and 7* when Pin 5 is an antenna control type. Rear left + or Subwoofer +
In some vehicles, the ISO connector may Green:
be divided into two. In this case, be sure In another type of vehicle, never connect 6* Green/black: Rear left - or Subwoofer -
to connect to both connectors. and 7*. Rear right + or Subwoofer +
Violet:
Violet/black: Rear right - or Subwoofer -

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Connecting the Units
Connecting to separately sold power amp

Rear output Connecting cords with RCA Power amp ENGLISH
(REAR OUTPUT) pin plugs (sold separately) (sold separately)
AUX input jack 30 cm
The pin position of the ISO connector will differ Power amp
Antenna This depends on the type of vehicle. Connect 6* and (sold separately)
jack (15 cm) product 7* when Pin 5 is an antenna control type. In
another type of vehicle, never connect 6* and 7*. Power amp
Subwoofer (sold separately)
output
14 cm Microphone input
(Refer to page 5.)

Jack for the Wired Remote Control Adaptors

Please see the Instruction Manual for the Wired
Remote Control Adaptors (sold separately).

Front output IP-BUS input (blue) Multi-CD player
IP-BUS cable (sold separately)

Refer to page 5. System remote control

Blue/white (6*) Blue/white (7*)
To Auto-antenna relay control terminal
(max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

Speaker leads Front left +

White: Front Front
White/black: Front left - speaker speaker
Front right +
Gray:
Gray/black: Front right -
Rear left + or Subwoofer +
Green:
Green/black: Rear left - or Subwoofer -
Rear right + or Subwoofer + Rear Rear
Violet: speaker speaker
Violet/black: Rear right - or Subwoofer - Left
Right
Note Subwoofer
Change the initial setting of this unit (refer to the Subwoofer
Operation Manual). The subwoofer output of this
unit is monaural.

Refer to page 5. ISO connector Perform these connections when
using the optional amplifier.
Note
In some vehicles, the ISO connector may
be divided into two. In this case, be sure
to connect to both connectors.

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Installation Installation with the rubber bush

Notes Dashboard Holder
• Before making a final installation of the unit, temporarily connect the wiring to confirm that After inserting the holder into the dashboard, then select
the appropriate tabs according to the thickness of the
the connections are correct and the system works properly.
• Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of dashboard material and bend them. (Install as firmly as
possible using the top and bottom tabs. To secure, bend
unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions. the tabs 90 degrees.)
• Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other
Rubber bush
modifications of the vehicle. Screw
• Install the unit where it does not get in the driver’s way and cannot injure the passenger if

there is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop.
• The semiconductor laser will be damaged if it overheats, so don’t install the unit anywhere

hot – for instance, near a heater outlet.
• If installation angle exceeds 60° from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum

performance.

60°

• When installing, to ensure proper heat dispersal when using this unit, make sure you Removing the Unit
leave ample space behind the rear panel and wrap any loose cables so they are not
blocking the vents. Frame

Leave ample space Dashboard To remove the frame, extend top and bottom of the
frame outwards in order to unlock it. (When
10 cm reattaching the frame, point the side with a groove
downwards and attach it.)

• It becomes easy to remove the frame if the front
panel is released.

10 cm Insert the supplied extraction keys into the unit, as
shown in the figure, until they click into place.
DIN Front/Rear-mount Keeping the keys pressed against the sides of the

This unit can be properly installed either from “Front” (conventional DIN Front-mount) unit, pull the unit out.
or “Rear” (DIN Rear-mount installation, utilizing threaded screw holes at the sides of
unit chassis). For details, refer to the following illustrated installation methods.

ENGLISH

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Installation Fixing the front panel ENGLISH
DIN Rear-mount
If you do not operate the removing and attaching the front panel function, use the
Installation using the screw holes on the side of the unit supplied fixing screw to fix the front panel to this unit.
1. Remove the frame.
Fixing screw
To remove the frame, extend top and bottom of the frame outwards in order to unlock
it. (When reattaching the frame, point the side with a groove downwards and attach it.)
• It becomes easy to remove the frame if the front panel is released.

Frame

2. Fastening the unit to the factory radio mounting bracket. Installing the microphone

Select a position where the screw holes of the Installation notes
bracket and the screw holes of the head unit • Install the microphone in a position and orientation that will enable it to pick up the
become aligned (are fitted), and tighten the voice of the person operating the system.
screws at 2 places on each side. Use either
truss screws (5 x 8 mm) or flush surface When installing the microphone on the sun visor
screws (5 x 9 mm), depending on the shape 1. Install the microphone on the microphone clip.
of the screw holes in the bracket.
Microphone
Screw
Microphone clip
Dashboard or Console

Factory radio mounting bracket

MAN-DEH-P75BT-GB.fm Page 9 Thursday, March 16, 2006 2:49 PM 2. Install the microphone clip on the steering column.
Double-sided tape
Installation
Clamps
2. Install the microphone clip on the sun visor. Use clamps to secure the
With the sun visor up, install the microphone clip. (Lowering the sun visor reduces the lead where necessary
recognition rate for voice operations.) inside the vehicle.

Microphone clip Install the microphone clip
on the rear side of the
Clamps steering column.
Use clamps to
secure the lead ! CAUTION
where necessary • It is extremely dangerous to allow the microphone lead to become wound
inside the vehicle. around the steering column or gearstick. Be sure to install the unit in such a
way that it will not obstruct driving.
When installing the microphone on the steering column
1. Install the microphone on the microphone clip. Adjusting the microphone angle

Microphone The microphone angle can be adjusted by moving forward or
backward the microphone clip angle.

Microphone clip Fit the microphone
lead into the groove.

ENGLISH

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Before You Start Operating environment ENGLISH

If you want to dispose this product, do not mix it with general household This unit should be used within the temperature ranges shown below.
waste. There is a separate collection system for used electronic Operating temperature range: –10 °C to +60 °C (14 °F to 140 °F)
products in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, EN300328 ETC test temperature: –20 °C and +55 °C (–4 °F and 131 °F)
recovery and recycling.
Product registration
Private households in the 25 member states of the EU, in Switzerland and Norway
may return their used electronic products free of charge to designated collection Visit us at the following site:
facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar new one).
For countries not mentioned above, please contact your local authorities for the correct • Register your product. We will keep the details of your purchase on file to help you
method of disposal. refer to this information in the event of an insurance claim such as loss or theft.
By doing so you will ensure that your disposed product undergoes the necessary
treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the About this manual
environment and human health.
This unit features a number of sophisticated functions ensuring superior reception and
About this unit operation. All the functions have been designed for the easiest possible use, but many
are not self-explanatory. This operation manual will help you benefit fully from this
The tuner frequencies on this unit are allocated for use in Western Europe, Asia, the unit’s potential and to maximize your listening enjoyment.
Middle East, Africa and Oceania. Use in other areas may result in poor reception. The We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the functions and their operation by
RDS (radio data system) function operates only in areas with FM stations broadcasting reading through the manual before you begin using this unit. It is especially important
RDS signals. that you read and observe WARNINGs and CAUTIONs in this manual.

! CAUTION In case of trouble
• Do not allow this unit to come into contact with liquids. Electrical shock could result.
Also, this unit damage, smoke, and overheat could result from contact with liquids. Should this product fail to operate properly, contact your dealer or nearest authorized
• “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT” Pioneer Service Station.
This product contains a laser diode of higher class than 1. 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.
• The Pioneer CarStereo-Pass is for use only in Germany.
• Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating procedures and precautions.
• Always keep the volume low enough so that you can hear sounds from outside the
vehicle.
• Protect this unit from moisture.
• If the battery is disconnected or discharged, the preset memory will be erased and
must be reprogrammed.

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Before You Start The Windows Media™ logo printed on the box indicates
that this unit can play back WMA data.
Features
WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an
CD playback audio compression technology that is developed by
Music CD/CD-R/CD-RW playback is possible. Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using
Windows Media Player version 7 or later.
MP3 file playback
You can play back MP3 files recorded on CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW (ISO9660 Level 1/ Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks or
Level 2 standard recordings). registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
• Supply of this product only conveys a license for private, non-commercial use and countries.
does not convey a license nor imply any right to use this product in any commercial
(i.e. revenue-generating) real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or Notes
any other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet, intranets and/or other • This unit may not operate correctly depending on the application used to encode WMA files.
networks or in other electronic content distribution systems, such as pay-audio or • Depending on the version of Windows Media Player used to encode WMA files, album
audio-on-demand applications. An independent license for such use is required. For
details, please visit http://www.mp3licensing.com. names and other text information may not be correctly displayed.
• There may be a slight delay when starting playback of WMA/AAC files encoded with image
WMA file playback
You can play back WMA files recorded on CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW (ISO9660 Level 1/ data.
Level 2 standard recordings).
About AAC
AAC file playback
You can play back AAC files recorded on CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW (ISO9660 Level 1/ AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio compression
Level 2 standard recordings). technology standard used with MPEG 2 and MPEG 4.

WAV file playback Several applications can be used to encode AAC files, but file formats and extensions
You can play back WAV files recorded on CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW (Linear PCM differ depending on the application which is used to encode.
(LPCM)/MS ADPCM recordings). This unit plays back AAC files encoded by iTunes® version 4.8 and earlier.
iTunes® is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
Hands-free phoning countries.
This unit realizes effortless hands-free phoning with Bluetooth wireless technology.
ENGLISH
Bluetooth audio player compatibility
When you use this unit with a Bluetooth audio player featuring Bluetooth wireless
technology, you can control the Bluetooth audio player.

iPod® compatibility
When you use this unit with a Pioneer iPod adapter (CD-IB100), you can control an
iPod with Dock Connector.
• iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.

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About Bluetooth 5. Press MULTI-CONTROL to clear the memory.
All data in the telephone source, including Phone Book entries, number presets and
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio the Call History is cleared. ENGLISH
connectivity technology that is developed as
a cable replacement for mobile phones, Protecting your unit from theft
handheld PCs and other devices. Bluetooth
operates in 2.4 GHz frequency range and The front panel can be detached from the head unit and stored in the provided
transmits voice and data at speeds up to 1 protective case to prevent theft.
megabit per second. Bluetooth was • If the front panel is not detached from the head unit within five seconds of turning off
launched by a special interest group (SIG) that comprises of Ericsson Inc., Intel Corp.,
Nokia Corp., Toshiba and IBM in 1998, and it is currently developed by nearly 2 000 the ignition, a warning tone will sound and the front panel will open.
companies worldwide. • You can turn off the warning tone. See “Switching the warning tone” on page 59.
• You can turn off the face auto open. See “Switching the face auto open” on page 59.
• The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and Important
trade names are those of their respective owners. • Never use force or grip the display and the buttons too tightly when removing or

Resetting the microprocessor attaching.
• Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive shocks.
The microprocessor must be reset under the following • Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight and high temperatures.
conditions: • A few seconds after turning the ignition switch to on or off, the front panel
• Prior to using this unit for the first time after installation
• If the unit fails to operate properly automatically moves. When this happens, your fingers may become jammed in the
• When strange or incorrect messages appear on the panel, so keep your hands away from it.

display Removing the front panel

* Press RESET with a pen tip or other pointed 1. Press and hold EJECT to open the front panel.
instrument.
RESET button
Clearing all memory

To protect personal and private information, data about the phone stored in this unit 2. Slide and remove the front panel toward you.
can be deleted. Take care not to grip it too tightly or to drop the front panel
and protect it from contact with water or other fluids to
1. Press SOURCE and hold until the unit turns off. prevent permanent damage.

2. Press MULTI-CONTROL and hold until Language select appears in the display. 3. Put the front panel into provided protective case for
safe keeping.
3. Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select Phone reset.
Phone reset appears in the display.

4. Push MULTI-CONTROL right to show a confirmation display.
Clear memory YES is displayed. Clearing memory is now on standby.
• If you do not want to reset phone memory, press BAND.

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Before You Start Installing the battery
Slide the tray out on the back of the remote control and insert the battery with the plus
Attaching the front panel (+) and minus (–) poles pointing in the proper direction.
1. Make sure the inner cover is closed. • When using for the first time, pull out the film protruding from the tray.
2. Replace the front panel by clipping it into place.

About the demo mode ! WARNING

This unit features two demonstration modes. One is the reverse mode, the other is the Keep the battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed,
feature demo mode. immediately consult a doctor.

Important ! CAUTION
• The red lead (ACC) of this unit should be connected to a terminal coupled with
• Use only one CR2025 (3 V) lithium battery.
ignition switch on/off operations. If this is not done, the vehicle battery may be • Remove the battery if the remote control is not used for a month or longer.
drained. • Do not recharge, disassemble, heat or dispose of the battery in fire.
• Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.
Reverse mode • Do not store the battery with metallic materials.
• In the event of battery leakage, wipe the remote control completely clean and install
If you do not perform an operation within about 30 seconds, screen indications start to
reverse, and then continue reversing every 10 seconds. Pressing BAND when power a new battery.
to this unit is turned off while the ignition switch is set to ACC or ON cancels the • When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or
reverse mode. Press BAND again to start the reverse mode.
environmental public institutions’ rules that apply in your country/area.
Feature demo mode
Using the remote control
The feature demo automatically starts when power to this unit is turned off while the
ignition switch is set to ACC or ON. Pressing DISPLAY during feature demo operation Point the remote control in the direction of the front panel to operate.
cancels the feature demo mode. Press DISPLAY again to start the feature demo • The remote control may not function properly in direct sunlight.
mode. Remember that if the feature demo continues operating when the car engine is
turned off, it may drain battery power. Important
• Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or direct sunlight.
• Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under ENGLISH

the brake or accelerator pedal.

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Head unit
Before You Start
ENGLISH
FUNCTION button and AUDIO button
You can also select the desired mode by FUNCTION button and AUDIO button on the ቢ BAND button ቧ TA/NEWS button
remote control. But operation of FUNCTION button and AUDIO button on the remote Press to turn TA function on or off.
control differs from the operation of MULTI-CONTROL on the head unit. When Press to select among three FM Press and hold to turn NEWS function
operating the remote control, switch through the modes as described below to select bands and MW/LW bands and to on or off.
the mode. cancel the control mode of functions.
ቨ EJECT button
FUNCTION button operation ባ SOURCE button Press to eject a CD from your built-in
CD player.
* Press FUNCTION to select the desired mode (e.g., built-in CD player). This unit is turned on by selecting a Press and hold to open or close the
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch between the following modes: source. Press to cycle through all the front panel.
Play mode (repeat play) – Random mode (random play) – Scan mode (scan play) – available sources.
Pause (pause) – Compression (compression and BMX) – Search mode (search ቩ RESET button
method) – TitleInput "A" (disc title input) ቤ LIST button Press to reset the microprocessor.

Note Press to display the disc title list, ቪ DISPLAY button
• Refer to “Introduction of advanced built-in CD player operation” on page 22. track title list, folder list, file list or Press to select different displays.
preset channel list depending on the
AUDIO button operation source. ቫ EQ button
Press to select various equalizer
* Press AUDIO to select the desired mode. ብ PHONE button curves.
Press AUDIO repeatedly to switch between the following modes:
Fader (balance adjustment) – PWRFL (graphic equalizer adjustment) – 50Hz (7-band Press to select the phone as the ቭ Connection status indicator
graphic equalizer adjustment) – LOUD (loudness) – Sub W.1 (subwoofer on/off source. While operating a phone Lights up when your cellular phone or
setting) – Sub W.2 (subwoofer setting) – Bass (bass boost) – HPF (high pass filter) – source, press to end a call, reject an Bluetooth audio player is connected
SLA (source level adjustment) – ASL (automatic sound levelizer) incoming call or cancel making a via Bluetooth wireless technology.
call.
Note ቮ ATT button
• Refer to “Introduction of audio adjustments” on page 54. ቦ MULTI-CONTROL Press to quickly lower the volume
level, by about 90%. Press once more
Move to perform manual seek to return to the original volume level.
tuning, fast forward, reverse and
track search controls. Also used for
controlling functions.
Turn to increase or decrease the
volume.








































































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