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AVH-X7850BT

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DVD RDS AV RECEIVER
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Owners Manual
Manual de Instrucciones
Manual do proprietrio

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Contents
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Using the touch panel.....................................12 Limiting stations to regional programming.......21
Pandora...........................32 Adj

Registration and
Please read through these instructions so you Receiving traffic announcements (TA).............21 Dis
Receiving news announcements....................21 Pandora operations.........................................32 Dis
will know how to operate your model properly.
After you have finished reading the instruc- connection of Bluetooth Receiving alarm broadcasts............................21 Starting procedure..........................................33 Upd

TV tuner.............................21 A
Selecting a Pandora station from the list.........33
tions, keep this document in a safe place for device................................13 Adding a station..............................................33
future reference. Displaying the Bluetooth screen....................13 Storing the preset stations..............................33
Starting procedure..........................................21 Dis

Spotify
Registering your Bluetooth devices.................13 Storing stations...............................................22 Usi
Connecting a registered Bluetooth device
..............................33
Digital TV...........................22
Swi
Important manually....................................................13
Using Spotify with your Pioneer car audio/ Adj
Switching visibility...........................................14
Starting procedure..........................................22 video..........................................................35 Usi
The screens shown in the examples may Entering the PIN code for Bluetooth wireless
Receiving the programme information............22 Starting procedure..........................................35 Adj
differ from actual screens, which may be connection.................................................14 Set
Displaying the DTV Settings screen..............22 Selecting a track or station from the list...........35
changed without notice for performance and Displaying the device information....................14
Bluetooth audio player.....35
Switching the subtitle setting...........................22 Adj
function improvements. Clearing the Bluetooth memory......................14
Switching the sound output setting..................22 Swi
Updating Bluetooth software...........................14 Usi
Displaying the Bluetooth software version.......14 Setting the parental control.............................23 Starting procedure..........................................36

Precaution...........................4 Displaying the DTV software version...............23 Selecting files from the file name list...............36 Sel
Switching the connected Bluetooth device......14 Adj
Important safety information.............................4
To ensure safe driving.......................................4
Hands-free phoning..........15 Disc....................................23 AUX source.......................36 Adj
Swi
Displaying the Phone menu screen.................15 Starting procedure..........................................24 Starting procedure..........................................36 Usi
When using a display connected to rear monitor Selecting files from the file name list...............24 Setting the video signal...................................37
Making a phone call........................................15 Adj
output...........................................................5
AV input.............................37
Receiving a phone call....................................16 Switching the media file type...........................24 (
To avoid battery exhaustion...............................5 Searching for the part you want to play...........25
Minimising the dial confirmation screen..........16 Sav
Rear view camera.............................................5 Operating the DVD menu................................25
Changing the phone settings..........................16 Starting procedure..........................................37 Loa
Handling the USB connector.............................5 Switching the subtitle/audio language.............25
T
Using the voice recognition function (for Setting the video signal...................................37
In case of trouble..............................................5 Operating the DVD menu using touch panel
MIXTRAX...........................38
iPhone)......................................................16
Visit our website................................................5 keys...........................................................25
Setting phone book auto synchronisation.......16 Sel
Compressed files..............25
Protecting the LCD panel and screen...............5
Notes for hands-free phoning..........................17
Notes on internal memory.................................5 MIXTRAX operation........................................38 Set
About this manual.............................................6
Protecting your unit from theft...........................6 Setup for iPod / iPhone or Starting procedure (for Disc)...........................27
MIXTRAX EZ operation..................................38
Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen.....38
Sel
Sel
smartphone.......................17 Starting procedure (for USB)...........................27
S
Use and care of the remote control...................6 Setting the flash pattern..................................38
Operations common to all file types................28
Basic operation...................7 System settings................39
The basic flow of iPod / iPhone or smartphone
Audio file operations.......................................28
setup..........................................................17
Still image file operations................................28 p
Setting the device connection method............17
iPod...................................29
Checking part names and functions..................7 Displaying the System setting screen...........39 Set
Remote control.................................................7 iPod compatibility............................................18 Setting the steering wheel control...................39 Set
Notes on using the LCD panel..........................8 Android device compatibility.........................18 Setting Bluetooth audio source activation.......39
Connecting your iPod......................................29 Set
Opening and closing the LCD panel..................8 Information on the connections and functions Setting Spotify source activation.....................39
Starting procedure..........................................30 Set
Turning the LCD panel horizontally...................8 for each device...........................................19 Setting the ever scroll......................................39 Dis
Radio.................................20
Selecting song or video sources from the Setting the beep tone......................................39
Adjusting the LCD panel slide position..............8 c
playlist screen............................................30 Setting the auto audio mix function.................39
Adjusting the LCD panel angle..........................9 Dis
Using this products iPod function from your Setting the rear view camera...........................39
Inserting/ejecting/connecting media.................9 Starting procedure..........................................20 c
iPod............................................................30 Setting the demo mode...................................40
On first-time startup..........................................9 Searching by PTY information........................20 Aut
Selecting a song from the list related to the Selecting the system language.......................40
How to use the screens...................................11 Storing the strongest broadcast Set
song currently playing (link search)............30 Selecting the using location............................40
Supported AV source......................................12 frequencies................................................20 c
Displaying the AV operation screen.................12
Selecting a source..........................................12
Displaying the Radio settings screen............20
Tuning into strong frequencies........................20
AppRadioMode.................30 Setting the keyboard language with the
application for iPhone................................40 F
Changing the display order of sources............12 Setting the FM or AM tuning step....................20 Using AppRadioMode.....................................30 Adjusting the response positions of the touch
Using the audio mix function...........................31 Cre
Setting the alternative frequency search.........21 panel (touch panel calibration)...................40
Sel
Setting the Auto PI search...............................21 Setting the dimmer..........................................40
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Adjusting the picture.......................................41
Displaying the firmware version......................41 Common operations.........49 AAC................................................................64
Android.........................................................64
.32 Displaying the open source licences...............41 Setting the time and date................................49 Detailed information regarding connected iPod
.33 Updating firmware...........................................42 Setting the Sound Retriever function.............49 devices.......................................................64

Audio adjustments...........42
.33 Changing the wide screen mode.....................49 Using app-based connected content...............65

Other functions.................50
.33 Pandora.........................................................65
.33 Displaying the Audio setting screen..............42 Spotify...........................................................65
Using fader/balance adjustment......................42 Restoring this product to the default Notice regarding video viewing.......................65
33 Switching sound muting/attenuation...............42 settings......................................................50 Notice regarding DVD-Video viewing..............65
Notice regarding MP3 file usage.....................65
Connection........................50
Adjusting source levels...................................42
.35 Using the auto level control.............................42 Using the LCD screen correctly.......................65
.35 Adjusting loudness..........................................42 Specifications.................................................66
Precautions.....................................................50
.35 Setting the subwoofer output..........................43 Precautions before connecting the system......50
Adjusting the cutoff frequency value...............43 Before installing this product...........................50
35 Switching the rear speaker output...................43 To prevent damage.........................................50
.36 Using BASS Boost..........................................43 Notice for the blue/white lead..........................51
.36 Selecting the listening position........................43 This product....................................................51
Adjusting the speaker output levels finely........43 Power cord......................................................51
Adjusting the time alignment...........................43
36 Switching the time alignment preset................44
Speaker leads.................................................52
.36 Power amp (sold separately)...........................52
Using the equaliser.........................................44 iPhone and smartphone..................................53
.37 Adjusting the equaliser curve automatically iPhone with Lightning connector.....................53
(Auto EQ)...................................................44
37 Saving the sound settings...............................45
iPhone with 30-pin connector..........................53
Android device................................................53
.37 Loading the sound settings.............................45 Camera...........................................................53
Theme menu.....................46
.37 External video component and the display......54
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.38
Selecting the background display....................46
Setting the illumination colour.........................46
Installation........................55
Precautions before installation........................55
.38 Selecting the theme colour..............................46 Before installing..............................................55
.38 Selecting the clock image...............................46 Installation notes.............................................55
Setting up the video
.38 DIN front/rear-mount.......................................55
Installing the microphone................................56
39 player.................................47 Mounting on the sun visor...............................56
.39 Setting the top-priority languages...................47 Installation on the steering column..................57
.39 Setting the angle icon display..........................47 Adjusting the microphone angle......................57
.39 Setting the aspect ratio...................................47 Installing the TV aerial.....................................57
.39 Setting parental lock.......................................47 Assembling the TV aerial................................57
.39 Displaying your DivX VOD registration Mounting the TV aerial....................................57

Appendix...........................58
.39 code...........................................................48
.39 Displaying your DivX VOD deregistration
.39 code...........................................................48 Troubleshooting..............................................58
.40 Automatic playback of DVDs...........................48 Error messages..............................................59
.40 Setting the video signal for the rear view Handling and care of discs..............................60
.40 camera.......................................................48 Playable discs.................................................60

Favourite menu.................49
Detailed information for playable media..........61
.40 Bluetooth........................................................63
h WMA...............................................................64
Creating a shortcut.........................................49
.40 FLAC...............................................................64
Selecting a shortcut........................................49
.40 DivX................................................................64
Removing a shortcut.......................................49 3

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bags or hazard lamp buttons or (iii) impair the drivers ability
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENT OR PERFORMANCE
Important safety information to safely operate the vehicle. W
OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
WARNING
Please remember to fasten your seat belt at all times while
operating your vehicle. If you are ever in an accident, your
ne
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to install or service this product by yourself. injuries can be considerably more severe if your seat belt is The
Installation or servicing of this product by persons without not properly buckled. tion
THE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH THIS PRODUCT
training and experience in electronic equipment and Never use headphones while driving. vide
WILL INCREASE EYE HAZARD.
automotive accessories may be dangerous and could W
expose you to the risk of electric shock, injury or other To ensure safe driving NEV
CAUTION hazards.
This product is a Class 1 laser product classified under the driv
Do not allow this product to come into contact with liquids.
Safety of laser products, IEC 60825-1:2007, and contains a
WARNING
Electrical shock could result. Also, damage to the product,
class 1M laser module. To ensure continued safety, do not smoke, and overheating could result from contact with LIGHT GREEN LEAD AT POWER CONNECTOR
IS DESIGNED TO DETECT PARKED STATUS
To
remove any covers or attempt to gain access to the inside of liquids.
the product. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. If liquid or foreign matter should get inside this product, AND MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE POWER Be
park your vehicle in a safe place, turn the ignition switch SUPPLY SIDE OF THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH. this
off (ACC OFF) immediately and consult your dealer or the IMPROPER CONNECTION OR USE OF THIS LEAD
MAY VIOLATE APPLICABLE LAW AND MAY RESULT W
nearest authorised Pioneer Service Station. Do not use this
IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DAMAGE. Do
product in this condition because doing so may result in a
Do not take any steps to tamper with or disable the ACC
fire, electric shock, or other failure.
If you notice smoke, a strange noise or odour from this handbrake interlock system which is in place for
product, or any other abnormal signs on the LCD screen, your protection. Tampering with or disabling the
handbrake interlock system could result in serious
Re
turn off the power immediately and consult your dealer or
the nearest authorised Pioneer Service Station. Using this injury or death. Wit
CAUTIONCLASS 1M VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE To avoid the risk of damage and injury and the pro
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT VIEW product in this condition may result in permanent damage
to the system. potential violation of applicable laws, this product is tigh
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. not for use with a video image that is visible to the
Do not disassemble or modify this product, as there W
are high-voltage components inside which may cause driver.
In some countries the viewing of video image on a display S
an electric shock. Be sure to consult your dealer or the U
nearest authorised Pioneer Service Station for internal inside a vehicle even by persons other than the driver may
be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they must be R
inspection, adjustments or repairs. I
Before using this product, be sure to read and fully understand obeyed.
the following safety information: If you attempt to watch video image while driving, the warning C
Do not operate this product, any applications, or the rear Viewing of front seat video source while driving is strictly
The
view camera option (if purchased) if doing so will divert your prohibited. will appear on the screen. To watch video image
an e
attention in any way from the safe operation of your vehicle. on this display, stop the vehicle in a safe place and apply the
handbrake. Please keep the brake pedal pushed down before fun
Always observe safe driving rules and follow all existing
traffic regulations. If you experience difficulty in operating releasing the handbrake.
this product or reading the display, park your vehicle in a H
safe location and apply the handbrake before making the
necessary adjustments. C
Never set the volume of this product so high that you cannot
T
hear outside traffic and emergency vehicles.
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To promote safety, certain functions are disabled unless the
t
vehicle is stopped and/or the handbrake is applied.
Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating proce- P
dures and safety information. s
Do not install this product where it may (i) obstruct the o
drivers vision, (ii) impair the performance of any of the d
vehicles operating systems or safety features, including air
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lity When using a mobile phone, keep the aerial of the mobile
When using a display con- In case of trouble phone away from the LCD screen to prevent disruption of the
e
nected to rear monitor output Should this product fail to operate properly, contact your dealer
video in the form of spots, coloured stripes, etc.
To protect the LCD screen from damage, be sure to touch the
or nearest authorised Pioneer Service Station.
is The video output terminal (rear monitor output) is for connec- touch panel keys only with your finger and do so gently.
tion of a display to enable passengers in the rear seats to watch
video images. Visit our website Notes on internal memory
WARNING Visit us at the following site:
NEVER install the rear display in a location that enables the In Mexico
http://www.pioneer-mexico.com/ Before removing the vehicle battery
driver to watch video images while driving.
In Singapore
http://www.pioneer.com.sg/ Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be reset.
To avoid battery exhaustion In Malaysia
http://www.pioneer.my/
Be sure to run the vehicle engine while using this product. Using In Thailand
Data subject to erasure
. this product without running the engine can drain the battery. http://www.pioneer-thailand.com/
D The information is erased by disconnecting the yellow lead from
WARNING In Philippines
ULT the battery (or removing the battery itself).
Do not install this product in a vehicle that does not have an http://www.pioneer.ph/
In Vietnam Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be reset.
ACC wire or circuitry available.
http://www.pioneer.vn/
In Indonesia Resetting the microprocessor
Rear view camera http://www.pioneer.co.id/
In Australia
With an optional rear view camera, you are able to use this http://www.pioneer.com.au/ CAUTION
product as an aid to keep an eye on trailers, or backing into a In Israel
is tight parking spot. Pressing the RESET button resets settings and recorded
http://www.pioneerisrael.co.il/
contents to the factory settings.
In Middle East / Africa
WARNING Do not perform this operation when a device is connected
http://www.pioneer-mea.com/en/
ay SCREEN IMAGE MAY APPEAR REVERSED. In Latin to this product.
ay USE INPUT ONLY FOR REVERSE OR MIRROR IMAGE http://www.pioneer-latin.com/en/about-pioneer.html Some of the settings and recorded contents will not be
REAR VIEW CAMERA. OTHER USE MAY RESULT IN In Hong Kong reset.
INJURY OR DAMAGE. http://www.pioneerhongkong.com.hk/ct/index.php The microprocessor must be reset under the following
g In Taiwan conditions:
CAUTION Prior to using this product for the first time after installation.
ly http://www.pioneer-twn.com.tw/
The rear view mode is to use this product as an aid to keep In Korea If this product fails to operate properly.
an eye on the trailers, or while backing up. Do not use this http://www.pioneer.co.kr/ If there appears to be problems with the operation of the
function for entertainment purposes. We offer the latest information about PIONEER system.
CORPORATION on our website. If your vehicle position is shown on the map with a signifi-
cant positioning error.
Handling the USB connector Pioneer regularly provides software updates to further
improve its products. Please check the support section of 1 Turn the ignition switch OFF.
the Pioneer website for all available software updates.
CAUTION 2 Press the RESET button with a pen tip or other
To prevent data loss and damage to the storage device, pointed implement.
never remove it from this product while data is being Protecting the LCD panel and Refer to Checking part names and functions on page 7
transferred.
Pioneer cannot guarantee compatibility with all USB mass
screen Settings and recorded contents are reset to the factory settings.

storage devices and assumes no responsibility for any loss Do not expose the LCD screen to direct sunlight when this
of data on media players, iPhone, smartphone, or other product is not used. This may result in LCD screen malfunc-
devices while using this product. tion due to the resulting high temperatures.
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About this manual Removing the front panel Use and care of the remote w
This manual uses diagrams of actual screens to describe opera- control t
tions. However, the screens on some units may not match those 1 Pinch the top and bottom of its right side and
shown in this manual depending on the model used. pull the front panel out. Us
Take care not pinch it too tightly or to drop it, and also avoid Installing the battery
Meanings of Symbols Used in This contact with water or other fluids to prevent permanent damage. Poin
Manual Slide the tray on the back of the remote control out and insert the ope
battery with the plus (+) and minus () poles aligned properly.
This indicates model name that are supported When using for the first time, pull out the film protruding
X0000BT from the tray.
the described operations.
I
This indicates to touch an appropriate soft key
D
on the touch screen.
d
This indicates to touch and hold an appropriate D
HOLD soft key on the touch screen. m

This indicates that there is a reference or


supplementary for the key or screen. Re-attaching the front panel

1 Slide the front panel to the left.


Protecting your unit from theft The front panel and the head unit are connected on the left side.
Make sure that the front panel has been properly connected to WARNING
The front panel can be detached to deter theft. the head unit. Do not ingest the battery, Chemical Burn Hazard.
Important This product, including the supplied remote control,
contains a coin/button cell battery. If the coin/button cell
Handle the front panel with care when removing or battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in
attaching it. just two hours and can lead to death.
Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive shock. Keep new or used batteries out of the reach of children.
Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight and high If the battery is swallowed or placed inside any part of the
temperatures. body, consult a doctor immediately.
If removed, replace the front panel on the unit before If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop
starting up your vehicle. using the product and keep it away from children.
To avoid damaging the device or vehicle interior, remove 2 Press the right side of the front panel until it is Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) must not be
any cables and devices attached to the front panel before firmly seated. exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
detaching it. If you cant attach the front panel to the head unit successfully, like.
try again. CAUTION
Forcing the front panel into place may result in damage.
Remove the battery if the remote control is not used for a
month or longer.
There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.
Do not store the battery with metallic objects.
If the battery leaks, wipe the remote control completely
clean and install a new battery.
When disposing of used batteries, comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public
6 institutions rules that apply in your country/area.

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Perchlorate Material special handling may apply. See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. (Applicable Checking part names and 5 TRK ( Press to return to the previous track (chapter)
or go to the next track (chapter).
/ )
to California, U.S.A.) functions button Press and hold to perform fast reverse or fast
forwards.
Using the remote control 1
Press to answer or end a call.
6 button Press to display the top menu screen.
Press and hold to activate the voice recognition
Point the remote control in the direction of the front panel to
the function.
operate.
. Refer to Using the voice recognition func-
The remote control may not function properly in direct
tion (for iPhone) on page 16
sunlight.
7 OPEN/ Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the LCD panel.
Important CLOSE To close the LCD panel, press OPEN/CLOSE
Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or button again.
direct sunlight. 8 button
Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it 9 Disc- Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on
may become jammed under the brake or accelerator. loading page 9
slot
10 RESET Refer to Resetting the microprocessor on
button page 5

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Remote control
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1 LCD screen 6 c
p 2 Volume/ Press to cycle through all the available sources.
SRC/OFF On the Application screen or navigation mode,
e press to display the side control bar. Press and
hold to turn the display off.
Press and hold to turn the source off. 1 Volume (+/)
3 DISP On the AV operation screen, press to turn the 2 MODE Press to switch between the Application screen
button display off. and the AV operation screen.
a On the Application screen or navigation mode, Press and hold to switch to the camera view
press to display the side control bar. Press and mode.
y hold to turn the display off. 3 SRC Press to cycle through all the available sources.
. p When the display is turned off, touch the Press and hold to turn the source off.
screen to revert to the original screen. 4 TOP Returns to the top menu during DVD playback.
4 MODE Press to switch between the Application screen MENU
button and the AV operation screen. 5 MENU Displays the DVD menu during DVD playback.
Press and hold to switch to the camera view 6 Thumb Selects a menu on the DVD menu.
mode. pad
7 MUTE
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8 AUDIO
SUBTITLE
Changes the audio language, subtitle language
or viewing angle during DVD playback.
Opening and closing the LCD Turning the LCD panel A
ANGLE panel horizontally I
9 BAND/ Selects the tuner band when tuner is selected
ESC as a source. The LCD panel will open or close automatically when the ignition When the LCD panel is upright and hinders the operation of the
Cancels the control mode of functions. switch is turned on or off. You can turn off the automatic close/ air conditioner, the panel can be turned horizontally temporarily.
Switches between media file types when open function.
Do not close the LCD panel by force with your hands. That
1 Press and hold OPEN/CLOSE to display the flap
playing the data of Disc, USB.
will cause a malfunction. menu.
10 RETURN Returns to the specified point and begins
playback from there. The automatic close/open function will operate the display 2 Touch the flip down temporarily key to flip the
11 Pauses or resumes playback. as follows. LCD panel down to the horizontal position.
When the ignition switch is turned OFF while the LCD
or For audio: Press and hold to perform fast panel is opened, the LCD panel will close after six
reverse or fast forwards. seconds. Flips the LCD panel down to the horizontal
For video: Press to perform fast reverse or fast When the ignition switch is turned ON again (or turned to position temporarily.
forwards. ACC), the LCD panel will open automatically.
or Press to return to the previous track (chapter) Removing or attaching the front panel will automatically
or go to the next track (chapter). close or open the LCD panel.
Press to answer or end a call. Protecting your unit from theft on page 6 To return to the original position, press and hold
Stops playback. When the ignition switch is turned OFF after the LCD panel OPEN/CLOSE.
If you resume playback, playback will start from has been closed, turning the ignition switch ON again (or
the point where you stopped. Touch the key turning it to ACC) will not open the LCD panel. In this case, The LCD panel returns to the original position
again to stop playback completely. press OPEN/CLOSE to open the LCD panel. automatically, indicated with a beeping sound 10
12 FOLDER/P. Selects the next or previous disc or folder. When closing the LCD panel, check to make sure that it has seconds after operation.
CH Recalls radio station frequencies assigned to closed completely. If the LCD panel has stopped halfway,
leaving it like this could result in damage.
preset channel keys. Adjusting the LCD panel slide
1 Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the LCD panel.
position
To close the LCD panel, press OPEN/CLOSE again.
Notes on using the LCD panel You can adjust the LCD panel slide position so that the panel is 1
Setting the automatic open function set back or forwards.
WARNING 2
1 Press and hold OPEN/CLOSE to display the flap
Keep hands and fingers clear of this product when
To prevent the display from hitting the gear stick of an automatic menu.
opening, closing, or adjusting the LCD panel. Be especially
vehicle when it is in the P (park) position, or when you do not
cautious of childrens hands and fingers. 2 Touch the slide back key or slide front key to
wish the display to open/close automatically, you can set the
Do not use with the LCD panel left open. It may result in
automatic open function to manual mode. move the LCD panel back and forth.
injury in the event of an accident.
1 Display the System setting screen.
CAUTION
Do not open or close the LCD panel by force. It may cause The LCD panel slides to the back.
a malfunction.
Do not operate this product until the LCD panel has
completely opened or closed. The LCD panel may stop at
that angle for safety. 2 Touch [Auto Flap].
Do not place a glass or can on the open LCD panel. On (default): The LCD panel will open or close automatically The LCD panel slides to the front.
when the ignition switch is turned on or off.
Off: You have to press OPEN/CLOSE to open/close the LCD
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1 USB cable
Adjusting the LCD panel angle 2 USB storage device
Returning the panel to the upright position. Check that no data is being accessed before pulling out the
Important USB storage device.
he
ily. If you can hear the LCD panel knocking against your
vehicles console or dashboard, touch the flip down
As the set angle is saved, the LCD panel will On first-time startup
ap automatically be adjusted to the same position
temporarily key from the flap menu to temporarily level
the LCD panel. the next time the LCD panel is opened. 1 Start the engine to boot up the system.
The Select Program Language screen appears.
he When adjusting the LCD panel angle, be sure to adjust
p From the second time on, the screen shown will differ
from the flap menu. Forcibly adjusting the LCD panel by Inserting/ejecting/connecting depending on the previous conditions.
hand may damage it.
media 2 Touch the language.
3 Touch .
CAUTION The Location Setting screen appears.
Do not insert anything other than a disc into the disc-loading
4 Touch the item to select the using location.
slot.
d 5 Touch .
Inserting and ejecting a disc The Speaker Mode Settings screen appears.
6 Touch the speaker modes.
10 Standard Mode
Inserting a disc 4-speaker system with front and rear speakers, or a
6-speaker system with front and rear speakers and
1 Insert a disc into the disc-loading slot. subwoofers.
Network Mode
Ejecting a disc 3-way system with a high range speaker, middle range
speaker and subwoofer (low range speaker) for reproduction
1 Press and hold OPEN/CLOSE to display the flap 1 Press button to eject a disc. of high, middle and low frequencies (bands).
s
menu. WARNING
2 Touch the tilt down key or tilt up key to adjust
Plugging and unplugging a USB stor- Do not use the unit in standard mode when a speaker system
ap
the LCD panel to an easily viewable angle. age device for 3-way network mode is connected to this unit. This may
cause damage to the speakers.
p This product may not achieve optimum performance with 7 Touch [OK].
some USB storage devices. The Smartphone Setup screen appears.
p Connection via a USB hub is not possible.
p A USB cable is required for connection. 8 Touch the item.
Refer to Information on the connections and functions for
1 Pull out the plug from the USB port of the USB each device on page 19
cable.
9 Touch .
2 Plug a USB storage device into the USB cable. The top menu screen appears.
p Once the speaker mode is set, the setting cannot be
changed unless this product is restored to the default
settings. Restore the default settings to change the speaker
1 mode setting.
Refer to Restoring the default settings on page 50
Laying the panel down. 2

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Switching the speaker mode H
To change the speaker mode, you need to restore this product to
the default settings.
1 Restore the default setting.
Refer to Restoring the default settings on page 50

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Basic operation
How to use the screens
*4
Application menu screen Time and date setting screen

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Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Setting menu screen
Month/Date d/m/y m/d/y y/m/d System

Time Format 12hour 24hour


6/10
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Depending on the connection


*1 *2
method, the "smartphone setup" Top menu screen
screen is displayed.

Application operation screen


Source Select
*4 6/10
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iPod 21 48
6/10

Abcdefg Abcdefg

Abcdefghi
Abcdefghi
Abcdefg Abcdefg

ABC Pops
6/10
21 48 iPod
99999/99999

You can control the iPhone or


999999 -999999

smartphone applications directly


on this product.
Phone menu screen
Phone Book 3 ABC
abcdefghi...
*3
Recent application icons Favorite source icons abcdefghi A
B
abcdefghi C
D
abcdefghi
*5
AV source selection screen abcdefghi
E
F
G

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abcdefghi
6/10

Disc Radio Pandora AUX iPod

Bluetooth Camera
TV Spotify AV Audio View Radio

Source OFF Power OFF

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Basic operation
2 Touch the AV operation key.
*1 The top menu screen of this manual is the screen
when using the AppRadioMode. The items displayed The AV operation screen appears.
Changing the display order of Op
on the screen may vary depending on the connecting
1 sources
device or mode. When you connect an iPhone via

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Bluetooth wireless technology or a smartphone via 6/10
USB cable, Smartphone Setup screen appears by Changing the display order of source
touching [APPS]. Abcdefghi icons
*2 By pressing the button on any screen you can Abcdefghi
display the Top menu screen.
When you connect the external navigation system to ABC Pops 1 Display the AV source selection screen.
*3 this unit, the navigation mode key is displayed at the 99999/99999

left bottom of the display. 999999 -999999


By pressing the MODE button you can switch
*4 between the Application screen and the AV operation
screen. 1 Displays the source list.
If you select Power OFF, you can turn off almost all 2 Touch and hold a source icon, and drag the icon 1
*5 to the desired position.
functions. The Power OFF mode is released in the
following cases:
Selecting a source 2
An incoming call is received.
A rear view camera image is input when the
Changing the display order of source
Source on the AV source selection keys 3
vehicle back up.
A button on this product is pressed. screen
The ignition switch is turned off (ACC OFF), then
turned on (ACC ON). 1 Display the source list. Op
1 Display the AV source selection screen. Refer to Displaying the AV operation screen on page 12
2 Touch .
Supported AV source 3 Drag the source key to the desired position.
You can play or use the following sources with this product.
Radio
CD 2 Touch the source icon you want to select. Using the touch panel
ROM (compressed audio files) p When you select Source OFF, the AV source is turned off. You can operate this product by touching the keys on the screen
DVD-Video directly with your fingers. 1
USB Source on the source list p To protect the LCD screen from damage, be sure to touch the p
The following sources can be played back or used by connecting screen only with your finger gently.
an auxiliary device.
iPod 1 Display the source list.
Spotify Refer to Displaying the AV operation screen on page 12
Common touch panel keys Sw
Pandora
Bluetooth audio (AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV) 2 Touch the source key. : Returns to the previous screen.
AV input (AV) p When you select Source OFF, the AV source is turned off. : Closes the screen.
1
The
AUX
p

Displaying the AV operation


screen
1 Press .
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Basic operation Registration and connection of
Operating list screens
Bluetooth device
p If you try to connect an unconnected mobile phone while two
X7850BT X7850TV mobile phones are already connected, the first one of the
1 2
two connected mobile phones will be disconnected and the
e Songs
Displaying the Bluetooth unconnected mobile phone will be connected instead.

screen
Playlist abcdefghi
Setting Bluetooth device auto
Music Artist abcdefghi
connection
Alburm abcdefghi 3 1 Press .
Songs abcdefghi 2 Touch , and then . This function connects the last connected Bluetooth device to
Video
The Bluetooth screen appears. this product automatically as soon as the two devices are less
Podcast abcdefghi
than a few metres apart.

on 1 Touching an item on the list allows you to narrow down the Registering your Bluetooth The default setting is On.
p If two Bluetooth devices were connected the last time, the
options and proceed to the next operation.
2 Appears when all characters are not displayed on the display
devices two devices are connected to this product automatically in
the order that they are registered in the device list.
area. p If three devices are already paired, Memory Full is dis-
e If you touch the key, the rest are scrolled for display. played. Delete a paired device first.
1 Display the Bluetooth screen.
3 Appears when items cannot be displayed on a single page. Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
Refer to Deleting a registered device on page 13
Drag the slider bar or the list to view any hidden items. 2 Touch [Auto Connect] to switch On or Off.
1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on
your devices.
Operating the time bar Deleting a registered device
2 Display the Bluetooth screen.
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
1 3 Touch [Connection]. CAUTION
Never turn this product off while the paired Bluetooth device
4 Touch . is being deleted.
The system searches for Bluetooth devices waiting for a connec-
999999 -999999 tion and displays them in the list if a device is found. 1 Display the Bluetooth screen.
en Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
5 Touch the Bluetooth device name.
1 You can change the playback point by dragging the key. After the device is successfully registered, a Bluetooth connec- 2 Touch [Connection].
the p Playback time corresponding to the position of the key is tion is established by the system. Once the connection is estab-
displayed while dragging the key. 3 Touch .
lished, the device name is displayed on the list.
p If your device supports SSP (Secure Simple Pairing), a six-
Switching the operation panel digit number appears on the display of this product. Touch Connecting a registered
[Yes] to pair the device.
p The Bluetooth connection can be also made by detecting Bluetooth device manually
1 Touch . this product from the Bluetooth device. Before registration,
The hidden function keys appears. make sure that Visibility in the Bluetooth menu is set Connect the Bluetooth device manually in the following cases:
p This key does not appear for some AV sources. to On. For details on a Bluetooth device operations, refer Two or more Bluetooth devices are registered, and you want
to the operating instructions supplied with the Bluetooth to manually select the device to be used.
device. You want to reconnect a disconnected Bluetooth device.
Refer to Switching visibility on page 14 Connection cannot be established automatically for some
p Two mobile phones can be connected to this product at the reason.
same time. 1 Activate the Bluetooth wireless technology on
Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device on page your devices.
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Registration and connection of Bluetooth device
2 Display the Bluetooth screen. In such cases, perform the following procedure to check the
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
Clearing the Bluetooth memory software version on this unit.
3 Touch [Connection]. p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a 1 Display the Bluetooth screen.
safe place and apply the handbrake. Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
4 Touch the name of the device.
p To disconnect the device, touch the name of the connected CAUTION 2 Touch [Bluetooth Version Information].
device in the list. Never turn this product off while the Bluetooth memory is The version of this products Bluetooth module appears.
being cleared.
Switching visibility 1 Display the Bluetooth screen. Switching the connected
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
This function sets whether or not to make this product visible to Bluetooth device
the other device. 2 Touch [Bluetooth Memory Clear].
The default setting is On. After registering and connecting the Bluetooth devices to this
3 Touch [Clear]. product, you can switch among the devices using the switch
1 Display the Bluetooth screen. The confirmation screen appears. devices key in the phone function and some audio sources.
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13 p You can register up to three Bluetooth devices on this
2 Touch [Visibility] to switch On or Off. Updating Bluetooth software product.
Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 13
This function is used to update this product with the latest p You can connect one of the registered devices to this prod-
Entering the PIN code for Bluetooth software. For details on Bluetooth software and updat- uct. In cases where the registered device is equipped with
ing, refer to our website. a phone function, a total of two devices can be connected
Bluetooth wireless connection p The source is turned off and the Bluetooth connection is at the same time when using the phone function. If two of
disconnected before the process starts. the three registered devices are already connected, you can
To connect your Bluetooth device to this product, you need to p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a connect the remaining third device to use the audio function
enter a PIN code. safe place and apply the handbrake. only from the switch devices key on the audio source screen.
You can change the PIN code with this function. p You need to store the version update file to the USB storage p The icon for the mobile phone currently being used is dis-
p The default PIN code is 0000. device in advance. played on the Phone menu screen. If you connect two
1 Display the Bluetooth screen. mobile phones to this product at the same time, you can
CAUTION switch between the mobile phones using the switch devices
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
Never turn this product off and never disconnect the phone key. The contents of the phone menu are memorised for
2 Touch [PIN Code Input]. while the software is being updated. each connected mobile phone.
3 Touch [0] to [9] to input the pin code (up to Refer to Hands-free phoning on page 15
1 Connect the USB storage device stored the
p The switch devices key will appear for some audio sources.
8-digits). version update file to this unit. The audio source may automatically switch to another
4 Touch . Refer to Plugging and unplugging a USB storage device on source depending on the selected device.
page 9

Displaying the device 2 Display the Bluetooth screen.


Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
information 3 Touch [BT Software Update].
4 Touch [Start].
1 Display the Bluetooth screen. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish updating the
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
Bluetooth software.
2 Touch [Device Information].
The device name and address of the Bluetooth device on this
product are displayed.
Displaying the Bluetooth soft-
ware version
If this product fails to operate properly, you may need to consult
your dealer for repair.
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Hands-free phoning
Switches to the voice recognition function (for p You may hear a noise when you hang up the phone.
X7850BT X7850TV *5 iPhone).
Synchronizes the contacts on this Refer to Using the voice recognition function (for Calling a number in the phone book
iPhone) on page 16
product's phone book with the If you connect two mobile phones to this product at
contacts on your phone manually. *6 the same time, you can switch between the mobile
p The contacts on your phone will be automatically transferred
to this product.
phones using the switch devices key. The following
p Visibility of the Bluetooth screen should be on.
items are displayed on the key.
Refer to Switching visibility on page 14
Phone Book
3
abcdefghi... ABC Name of the current mobile phone
p If two mobile phones are automatically connected to this
List number of the current mobile phone
*1 product with the Bluetooth device auto connect function, the
abcdefghi A Battery status of the current mobile phone
phone book of the second phone is displayed.
*2
B Reception status of the current mobile phone
abcdefghi C Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device 1 Display the Phone menu screen.
*3 D on page 14 Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
abcdefghi
*4
E 2 Touch .
abcdefghi F CAUTION 3 Touch the desired name on the list.
*5 G For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as much as
-
abcdefghi
possible while driving. 4 Touch the phone number.
h To use this function you need to connect your mobile phone to The dial screen appears and dialling starts.
*6 this product via Bluetooth in advance. 5 Touch to end the call.
Refer to Registration and connection of Bluetooth device on
an page 13
ion Dialling from the history
en.
Switches the search language to
English or system language. Displaying the Phone menu
1 Display the Phone menu screen.
screen Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
Switches to the preset dial screen.
es *1 2 Touch .
Refer to Using the preset dial lists on page 15 1 Press .
Switches to the phone book list. 3 Touch the item to switch the history list.
*2 2 Touch . The following items are available:
Refer to Calling a number in the phone book on The Phone menu screen appears.
s. page 15 : Received call list
: Dialled call list
Switches to the missed, received and dialled call lists.
*3 Refer to Dialling from the history on page 15 Making a phone call : Missed call list

Switches the mode to enter the phone number You can make a phone call in many different ways.
4 Touch the desired entry on the list to make a
*4 directly. call.
Refer to Direct dialling on page 15 The dial screen appears and dialling starts.
Direct dialling
5 Touch to end the call.

1 Display the Phone menu screen. Using the preset dial lists
Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
2 Touch .
3 Touch the number keys to enter the phone
Registering a phone number
number. You can easily store up to six phone numbers per device as
presets.
4 Touch to make a call.
1 Display the Phone menu screen.
5 Touch to end the call. Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
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Hands-free phoning
The default setting is Off.
2 Touch or .
p Even if an incoming call is received on the other connected
Adjusting the other partys listening N
On the Phone Book screen, touch the desired name to display
the contacts phone number. phone while you are talking on the phone, the incoming call volume
will not be answered automatically. Ge
3 Touch . This product can be adjusted to the other partys listening
1 Display the Bluetooth screen.
volume.
Dialling from the preset dial list Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13

2 Touch [Auto Answer] to switch On or Off. 1 Touch to switch between the three vol-
1 Display the Phone menu screen. ume levels.
Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
Switching the ring tone
2 Touch . Using the voice recognition
3 Touch the desired item.
The dial screen appears and dialling starts.
You can select whether or not to use this products ring tone.
The default setting is On.
function (for iPhone)
Re
1 Display the Bluetooth screen. By connecting your iPhone to this product, you can use the voice
Receiving a phone call Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13 recognition function (Siri Eyes Free Mode) on this product.
p When an iPhone running iOS 6.1 or higher is used, Siri Eyes
p When two phones are connected at the same time, if an 2 Touch [Ring Tone] to switch On or Off. Free Mode is available with this product.
incoming call is received on the second phone while you are p In this chapter, iPhone and iPod touch will be referred to as
talking on the first phone, the dial confirmation screen for Inverting names in the phone book iPhone.
the second phone will be displayed.
1 Display the Phone menu screen. Ma
1 Touch to answer the call. You can use this function to change the order of the first and last Refer to Displaying the Phone menu screen on page 15
names in the phone book.
If you touch while getting a call waiting, you 2 Touch .
can switch to the talking person. 1 Display the Bluetooth screen. The voice recognition function launches and the voice control
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13 screen appears.
Touch to reject the call. p You can also launch the voice recognition function by press-
2 Touch [Invert Name]. ing and holding .
2 Touch to end the call.
p If two mobile phones are automatically connected to this
Setting the private mode product with the Bluetooth device auto connect function, the
Minimising the dial confirma- voice recognition function (Siri Eyes Free Mode) will be set
on the second phone.
tion screen During a conversation, you can switch to private mode (talk
p If you want to use the voice recognition function (Siri Eyes
directly on your mobile phone).
Free Mode) on another connected iPhone, touch 1 2 3

p The dial confirmation screen cannot be minimised on the AV


operation screen.
1 Touch or to turn private mode on or to switch to the other iPhone. The iPhone that you switch to
off. will be set as the current device.
p AV sources cannot be selected even if the dial confirmation
screen is minimised while talking on the phone or receiving p If two mobile phones are connected to this product and the
an incoming call. first phone is set to private mode, you can receive incoming
calls on the second phone while maintaining the call in
Setting phone book auto Th

1 Touch . progress on the first phone. synchronisation
Touch to display the dial confirmation screen p When two mobile phones are connected to this product and
private mode of the first phone is turned off, if an incoming You can select whether or not to synchronise the the phone book
again. call on the second phone is answered while a call is in with the contacts on your phone automatically when you con-
progress on the first phone or while dialling or receiving a nect the phone to this product. Ph

Changing the phone settings call on the first phone, the call, dialling, or receiving on the The default setting is Off.
first phone is ended.
1 Display the Bluetooth screen.
Refer to Displaying the Bluetooth screen on page 13
Setting auto answering

2 Touch [Phone Book Auto Synchronize] to
You can select whether or not to answer a call automatically. switch On or Off.
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Hands-free phoning Setup for iPod
Depending on the mobile phone, phone book transfer may
/ iPhone or
g Notes for hands-free phoning
General notes
not be available.
smartphone
Connection to all mobile phones featuring Bluetooth wire-
less technology is not guaranteed. When using an iPod / iPhone or a smartphone with this product,
The line-of-sight distance between this product and your configure the settings of this product according to the device to
mobile phone must be 10 metres or less when sending and be connected.
receiving voice and data via Bluetooth technology. This section describes the settings required for each device.
With some mobile phones, the ring sound may not be output
from the speakers.
If private mode is selected on the mobile phone, hands-free The basic flow of iPod / iPhone
phoning may be disabled.
or smartphone setup
Registration and connection
oice Mobile phone operations vary depending on the type of 1 Select the method for connecting your device.
mobile phone. Refer to the instruction manual that came Refer to Setting the device connection method on page
es with your mobile phone for detailed instructions.
17
When phone book transfer does not work, disconnect your
as 2 Connect your device to this product.
phone and then perform pairing again from your phone to
Refer to Connection on page 50
this product.
3 If necessary, connect your device to this product via
Making and receiving calls Bluetooth connection.
You may hear a noise in the following situations: Refer to Registration and connection of Bluetooth device
When you answer the phone using the button on the on page 13
phone.
When the person on the other end of the line hangs up the
phone.
ss-
If the person on the other end of the line cannot hear the Setting the device connection
conversation due to an echo, decrease the volume level for
hands-free phoning.
method
the
t With some mobile phones, even after you press the accept To use the application for iPhone or smartphone on this product,
button on the mobile phone when a call comes in, hands- select the method for connecting your device.
s free phoning may not be performed. Settings are required according to the connected device.
3
The registered name will appear if the phone number is
to already registered in the phone book. When one phone 1 Display the System setting screen.
number is registered under different names, only the phone
number will be displayed.
The received call and the dialled number histories
You cannot make a call to the entry of an unknown user (no
phone number) in the received call history. 2 Touch [Input/Output settings].
If calls are made by operating your mobile phone, no history
ook data will be recorded in this product. 3 Touch [Smartphone Setup].
Phone book transfers 4 Touch the following settings.
If there are more than 1 000phone book entries on your Device: Select the device to be connected.
mobile phone, not all entries may download completely. Connection / Application: Select the connection method.
Depending on the phone, this product may not display the Refer to Information on the connections and functions for
phone book correctly. each device on page 19
If the phone book in the phone contains image data, the The setting will change after the following processes are
phone book may not be transferred correctly. automatically executed.
The source is turned off.
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Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone
AppRadioMode is exited.
The smartphone connection (USB and Bluetooth) is In
disconnected.
The

iPod compatibility iP
De
This product supports only the following iPod models and iPod
software versions. Others may not work correctly.
iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus: iOS 7.0 or later. Sm
iPhone 3GS: iOS 6.0.1
iPod touch (4th, 5th generation): iOS 6.0.1 Blu
iPod touch (3rd generation): iOS 5.1.1 Ava
iPod touch (2nd generation): iOS 4.2.1
iPod classic 160GB (2009): Ver. 2.0.4
iPod classic 160GB (2008): Ver. 2.0.1
iPod classic 80GB: Ver. 1.1.2
iPod nano (7th generation)
iPod nano (6th generation): Ver. 1.2
iPod nano (5th generation): Ver. 1.0.2
iP
iPod nano (4th generation): Ver. 1.0.4 De
iPod nano (3rd generation): Ver. 1.1.3
p You can connect and control an iPod compatible with this Sm
product by using separately sold connector cables.
p Operation methods may vary depending on the iPod model Blu
and the software version.
Ava
p Depending on the software version of the iPod, it may not be
compatible with this product.
For details about iPod compatibility with this product, refer
to the information on our website.
This manual applies to the following iPod models.
iPod with 30-pin connector
iPhone 3GS, 4, 4s
iPod touch 2nd, 3rd, 4th generation An
iPod classic 80GB, 160GB
De
iPod nano 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th generation
iPod with Lightning connector
iPhone 6, 6 Plus Sm
iPhone 5, 5c, 5s
iPod touch 5th generation Blu
iPod nano 7th generation Ava

Android device compatibility


p Operation methods may vary depending on the Android
device and the software version of the Android OS.
p Depending on the version of the Android OS, it may not be
compatible with this product.
p Compatibility with all Android devices is not guaranteed.
For details about Android device compatibility with this product,
refer to the information on our website.
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Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone
Information on the connections and functions for each device
The settings and cables required for connecting each device, and the available sources are as follows.

iPod / iPhone with a 30-pin connector


Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-IU201V (sold When connecting via CD-IU51 (sold
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV) separately) separately)
Smartphone Setup Device iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod
Connection Wireless via BT USB USB
Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required.
Available sources iPod (audio)
iPod (video)
Pandora
Spotify

iPod / iPhone with a Lightning connector


Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-IU52 (sold separately)
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
Smartphone Setup Device iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod
Connection Wireless via BT USB
Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required.
Available sources iPod (audio)
iPod (video)
Pandora
Spotify
AppRadioMode

Android device
Device connection method When connecting via Bluetooth When connecting via CD-MU200 (sold separately)
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
Smartphone Setup Device Others Others
Application USB/MTP AppRadioMode
Bluetooth connection Bluetooth connection is required.
Available sources Pandora
Spotify
AppRadioMode
When Application of Smartphone Setup is set to
AppRadioMode.

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Radio
FM
Displays the preset channel list. Starting procedure Displaying the Radio settings
Select an item on the list ("1" to "6")
1 Display the AV source selection screen.
screen
AM
to switch to the preset channel.

Selects the FM1, FM2, FM3 1 Display the System setting screen.
or AM band.
Se
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2 Touch [Radio]. qu
The Radio screen appears.
2 FM1 AM 2 Touch [AV Source Settings]. Wh
3 Abcdefghi Searching by PTY information 3 Touch [Radio settings]. bro
cur
Abcdefghi
4 Abcdefghi
You can tune into a station using PTY (Programme Type
Tuning into strong frequencies
The
Identification) information. 1
5 p This function is available when the FM tuner is selected. p This setting is available only when Radio is selected as the
6 000.00 MHz 1 Touch . source. 2
Local seek tuning allows you to only tune into those radio sta-
2 Touch or to select the item. tions with sufficiently strong signals.
The following items are available:
Performs manual tuning. 1 Display the Radio settings screen.
News&Info (default), Popular, Classics, Others.
Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20
Se
HOLD Performs seek tuning or 3 Touch to start searching.
2 Touch [Local]. Wh
non stop seek tuning. If you touch [Cancel], the searching process is sea
Releasing the key in a few seconds, skips cancelled. 3 Touch the item. cas
Off (default): The
to the nearest station from the current Turns the seek tuning setting off.
frequency. Storing the strongest broadcast Level1 to Level4: 1
Sets the level of sensitivity for FM to Level1 to Level4 (for
Keeping holding the key for a long frequencies AM Level1 or Level2). 2
seconds, performs non stop seek tuning. p The FM Level4 (AM Level2) setting allows reception of
The BSM (best stations memory) function automatically stores
only stations with the strongest signals.
Recalls the preset channel the six strongest broadcast frequencies under the preset tuning 3
stored to a key from memory. keys 1 to 6. p
p Storing broadcast frequencies with BSM may replace those Setting the FM or AM tuning
Stores the current broadcast you have already saved.
HOLD
frequency to a key. p Previously stored broadcast frequencies may remain stored step
if the number of frequencies stored has not reached the Li
limit. You can switch the seek tuning step for the FM band, and the
seek/manual tuning step for the AM band. pr
Searches for a broadcast by PTY information.
1 Touch . p For the FM band, the manual tuning step is fixed to 50 kHz.
You
Refer to Searching by PTY information on page 2 Touch to begin a search. 1 Turn the source off. aut
20 While the message is displayed, the six strongest broadcast Refer to Selecting a source on page 12 The
frequencies will be stored under the preset tuning keys in order
p By pressing or , you can also switch the preset of their signal strength. 2 Display the Radio settings screen. 1
Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20
channels.
If you touch [Cancel], the storage process is
p By pressing and hold or and release, you can 3 Touch [FM Step] or [AM Step] to switch the 2
also perform seek tuning. cancelled.
tuning step.
p By keeping touching and holding or , you can perform The following items are available for each setting:
20 non stop seek tuning. Touch again to cancel.

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Radio TV tuner
FM Step
100kHz(default) Receiving traffic announce- X7850BT X6850DVD
50kHz
AM Step
ments (TA) Hides the tuner control keys.
9kHz (default) The traffic announcement can be received from the last selected To display again the keys, touch
10kHz frequency, interrupting the other sources. anywhere on the screen.
The default setting is Off.
Setting the alternative fre- 1 Display the Radio settings screen. Displays the Electronic
Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20 Programme Guide.
quency search
2 Touch [TA Interrupt] to switch On or Off.

TV
When the tuner cannot get a good reception, tunes to another
broadcast station that supports the same programme in the
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current network. Receiving news announcements
The default setting is Off.
s 1 Display the Radio settings screen.
The news can be received from the last selected frequency,
interrupting the other sources.
1 abcdefghi
abcdefghi
2 abcdefghi
he Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20 The default setting is Off. EPG Menu
3 abcdefghi
1/3
2 Touch [Alternative FREQ] to switch On or 1 Display the Radio settings screen. 4 abcdefghi
005
Full
Off. Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20 CH
5 abcdefghi
2 Touch [News Interrupt] to switch On or Off. 6 abcdefghi
Setting the Auto PI search
When you switch to the broadcast station containing RDS data, Receiving alarm broadcasts
searches for the same PI (Programme Identification) code broad- Switches the preset channels
The alarm broadcast can be received from the last selected upward or downward.
cast station from all frequency band automatically.
frequency, interrupting the other sources.
The default setting is Off.
The default setting is On.
1 Turn the source off. 1 Display the Radio settings screen. Displays the TV tuner menu.
Refer to Selecting a source on page 12
Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20
2 Display the Radio settings screen. 2 Touch [Alarm Interrupt] to switch On or
f Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20 Recalls the preset channel.
Off.
3 Touch [Auto PI] to switch On or Off.
p Even if you set to Off, the PI search is automatically per- p By pressing or , you can also switch the preset
formed when the tuner cannot get a good reception. channels.
p Changing the wide screen mode.
Refer to Common operations on page 49
Limiting stations to regional You can control a TV tuner, such as GEX-1550DTV (sold
programming separately).
The following description is differ from the TV tuner opera-
z.
You can switch whether the area code is checked during the tion manual.
auto PI search.
The default setting is On.
Starting procedure
1 Display the Radio settings screen.
Refer to Displaying the Radio settings screen on page 20 1 Display the AV source selection screen.
2 Touch [Regional] to switch On or Off.

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TV tuner Digital TV
X7850TV Se
Hides the tuner control keys. 1
To display again the keys, touch
2 Touch [TV]. anywhere on the screen. 2 Touch [TV].
The TV screen appears. The TV screen appears. 2
Recalls the preset service.

Storing stations Receiving the programme 3


Reception status of 4
This function stores stations automatically. the Digital TV information The
Broadcast frequencies stored during this step may replace those
saved previously. 1 Touch to display the EPG of current service. 5

TV 21 48
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1 Touch [Menu]. abcdefghi 6
2 Touch the programme title to receive the
information. The
2 Touch [Channel Search]. abcdefghi Off
Preset channels are listed in order of channel frequency.
abcdefghi yea
If you touch [Cancel], the storage process is Displaying the DTV Settings
cancelled. Se
abcdefghi
screen
abcdefghi abcdefghi
CH 012 Full 1 Press . 1
abcdefghi
2 Touch , and then .

3 Touch [AV Source Settings]. 2


4 Touch [DTV Settings]. 3
Switches the services The
upward or downward. 4
Switching the subtitle setting
5
Updates the preset service You can set to display the subtitle.
list information. The default setting is Off. 6
Touching [Cancel], interrupts the 1 Display the DTV Settings screen. 7
Refer to Displaying the DTV Settings screen on page 22 8
search process.
2 Touch [Subtitle] to switch On or Off . 9
The
Displays the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).
Refer to Receiving the programme information on
Switching the sound output
page 22 setting D
p When you start to use this source, preset service list infor-
ve
1 Display the DTV Settings screen.
mation is automatically updated.
Refer to Displaying the DTV Settings screen on page 22 1
p By pressing or , you can also switch the preset
services. 2 Touch [Sound Output Settings].
3 Touch the item. 2
Starting procedure The following items are available: The
Main (default), Sub, Main + Sub.
22 1 Display the AV source selection screen.

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Digital TV Disc
Setting the parental control Track number indicator Hides the touch panel keys.
Audio source screen 1 To display again the keys,
1 Tune to the service you want to set the parental touch anywhere on the screen.

CD 21 48
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control.
2 Display the DTV Settings screen.
Performs frame-by-frame playback.
Refer to Displaying the DTV Settings screen on page 22
Track 99 *1 HOLD Performs slow-motion playback.
3 Touch [Parental Control].
Each time you touch it changes
4 Enter the password.
The default code is 0000. the speed in four steps in the following
order: 1/16 1/8 1/4 1/2
ce. 5 Touch .
999999 Pause -999999
6 Touch the item to set the lock rating. Video source screen 1
The following items are available:

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6/10
Off (default), Under 10 years, Under 12 years, Under 14
*2
years, Under 16 years, Under 18 years. Skips files forward
or backward.
Setting the password *3
Switches between playback
Stop *4
and pause.
1 Display the DTV Settings screen. 99 99
*5
Refer to Displaying the DTV Settings screen on page 22 Full 01 OFF

2 Touch [Parental Control]. Plays files in random order. 999999 Pause -999999

3 Enter the password. This function is available for music CD.


The default code is 0000. : Does not play tracks in random order.
4 Touch . Performs fast reverse
: Plays all tracks in random order.
5 Touch [Edit Code]. or fast forward.
Audio source screen 2 Touch again to change play back
6 Enter the new password.
the speed.

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7 Touch .
8 Enter the new password again. Stops playback.
9 Touch .
The new code is confirmed. Track 99

Displaying the DTV software


version
1 Display the DTV Settings screen.
Refer to Displaying the DTV Settings screen on page 22
Sets a repeat play range.
2 Touch [DTV Version Information].
The version of this products Digital TV module appears. : Repeats the current disc.
: Repeats the current track.
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Disc
Video source screen 2 Video source screen 2 Switches the subtitle/audio language.
*5 Refer to Switching the subtitle/audio language on

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6/10 6/10 page 25
Displays the DVD menu keypad.
*6 Refer to Operating the DVD menu using touch w
panel keys on page 25
p
Stop Stop p By pressing or , you can also skip files/chapters p
99 99 99 99
forwards or backwards. 1
p By pressing and holding or , you can also perform
L+R 01 L+R 01
fast reverse or fast forwards. 2
999999 Pause -999999 999999 Pause -999999
p If a Video-CD with PBC On is being played, appears. 3
p You can set the screen size for the video image. p
*6
Refer to Common operations on page 49
4
Sets a repeat play range.
: Repeats all files.
Starting procedure
Resumes playback (Bookmark).
: Repeats the current chapter. This function is available for DVD-Video. You can play a normal music CD, Video-CD or DVD-Video using O
the built-in drive of this product.
You can memorise one point as a You
: Repeats the current title. Bookmark for a disc (up to five discs). CAUTION the
For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your p
Changes the viewing To clear the bookmark on the disc,
vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place
angle (Multi-angle). touch and hold this key. and apply the handbrake.
This function is available for DVDs 1 Insert the disc. 1
featuring multi-angle recordings.
Returns and begins playback from The source changes and then playback will start.
the specified point. Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on page 9 2
Selects the audio output from This function is available for DVD-Video p If the disc is already set, select [Disc] as the playing source.
[L+R], [Left], [Right], [Mix]. and Video-CDs featuring PBC (playback Sw
This function is available for Video-CDs control). Selecting files from the file la
and DVDs recorded with LPCM audio.
name list
Selects a track from the list. 1
*1 Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on
1 Touch .
page 24
Switches the media file type. 2 Touch a track on the list to play back. p
*2 Refer to Switching the media file type on page
24 Switching the media file type
Searches for the part you want to play.
*3 Refer to Searching for the part you want to play on When playing a digital media containing a mixture of various
media file types you can switch between media file types to play.
O
page 25
*4 Displays the DVD menu. 1 Touch . to
Refer to Operating the DVD menu on page 25
2 Touch the item. If ite
Music: ove
Switches the media file type to music (compressed audio). 1
Video:
Switches the media file type to video. 2
CD-DA:
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Disc Compressed files
Switches the media file type to CD (audio data (CD-DA)). 3 Touch . Audio source screen 1 (Example: USB)
n p The way to display the menu differs depending on the disc.

USB
Searching for the part you If you touch , you can operate the DVD menu
6/10
21 48 *1

want to play directly.


Abcdefghi
*2

p For DVD-Videos, you can select [Title], [Chapter] or [10Key].


p For Video-CDs, you can select [Track] or [10Key] (PBC only).
Abcdefghi *3
s
1 Touch . ABC R&B
orm
2 Touch the item to select the search function.
ars. 3 Touch [0] to [9] to input the desired number. 999999 -999999

p To cancel an input number, touch [C].


4 Touch to start playback from the number
you registered. *4 Skips files forward
or backward.
g Operating the DVD menu Switches between playback
You can operate the DVD menu by touching the menu item on and pause.
the screen directly.
ur p This function may not work properly with some DVD disc Switches the current music
ace content. In that case, use touch panel keys to operate the information display.
DVD menu.
1 Touch or .
2 Touch the desired menu item.
e.
Switching the subtitle/audio
language
1 Touch or to change the language.
: Changes the subtitle language.
: Changes the audio language.
p You can also switch the subtitle/audio languages using the
DVD/DivX Setup menu.
Refer to Setting the top-priority languages on page 47

ay.
Operating the DVD menu using
touch panel keys
If items on the DVD menu appear, the touch panel keys may
overlay them. If so, select an item using those touch panel keys.
). 1 Touch .
2 Touch , , or to select the desired
menu item.
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Compressed files
Hides the touch panel keys. Video source screen (Example: Disc)
Plays files in random order.

ROM
To display again the keys,
: Does not play files in random order.
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touch anywhere on the screen.
: Plays all files within the repeat
Video source screen (Example: Disc)
range in random order.

ROM 21 48
6/10
Audio source screen 2 (Example: USB) Stop

USB
Abcdefghi Abcdefghi

6/10
21 48 Full 01 OFF
*3
Abcdefghi Stop 999999 Pause -999999
S
Abcdefghi Abcdefghi Abcdefghi
*5
ABC R&B
Full 01 OFF
*4
Performs fast reverse
999999 Pause -999999 or fast forward.
DB Touch again to change the
playback speed.
Sets a repeat play range.
Switches between
Sets a repeat play range. or : Repeats all files. playback and pause.
or : Repeats all files. : Repeats the current folder.
: Repeats the current folder. : Repeats the current file.
: Repeats the current file.
Performs frame-by-frame playback.
Selects the previous folder
or the next folder. HOLD Performs slow-motion playback.

Constructs the database for using Stops playback.


the Music Browse mode.
This function is available only for USB.

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Compressed files
You can play compressed audio, compressed video or still image
Hides the touch panel keys. Still image screen files stored in a disc or a USB storage device.

USB
To display again the keys, Refer to Media compatibility chart on page 62
6/10
21 48 p By pressing or , you can also skip files forwards or
touch anywhere on the screen.
backwards.
Rotates the displayed p By pressing and holding or , you can perform fast
reverse or fast forwards.
picture 90 clockwise. p By pressing and holding or on the still image file,
Selects the previous you can search through 10 JPEG files at a time. If the file
Abcdefghi Abcdefghi currently being played is the first or last file in the folder, the
or next folder. Trimming search is not performed.
p JPEG images are not displayed in the rear display.
p You can set the screen size for the video and JPEG images.
Still image screen Refer to Common operations on page 49

USB 21 48
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CAUTION
*4
Skips files forward For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your
or backward. vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place
*3 and apply the handbrake.
Switches between
playback and pause. Starting procedure (for Disc)
Abcdefghi Abcdefghi
Trimming

Displays the MIXTRAX screen. 1 Insert the disc.


*1 Refer to MIXTRAX on page 38 The source changes and then playback will start.
Refer to Inserting and ejecting a disc on page 9
Displays the link search screen.
*6 *2 This function is available for the USB storage device
p If the disc is already set, select [Disc] as the playing source.
only.
Refer to Selecting a song from the list related to the Starting procedure (for USB)
song currently playing (link search) on page 28
Sets a repeat play range. Selects a file from the list.
*3 1 Display the AV source selection screen.
: Repeats all files. Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on
page 28
: Repeats the current folder. p When you play compressed audio files stored in
a USB storage device, you can search for a file
using Music Browse.
Plays files in random order. Refer to Selecting a file by Music Browse on page
2 Plug the USB storage device.
: Does not play files in random order. 28
Refer to Plugging and unplugging a USB storage device on
Switches the media file type.
: Plays all files in the current repeat *4 Refer to Switching the media file type on page
page 9
play range in random order. 28 3 Touch [USB].
Switches the subtitle/audio language. p Play back is performed in order of folder numbers. Folders
*5 This function is available only for compressed video are skipped if they contain no playable files.
files stored on a disc.
Refer to Switching the subtitle/audio language on
page 25
Saves the current image as the wallpaper.
*6 Refer to Saving the image as the wallpaper on
page 28

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Compressed files
5 Touch the desired song title or file name to p This setting is available during playback of the JPEG files.
Operations common to all file play back.
A
1 Display the Video Setup screen.
types
Selecting a song from the list related
Selecting files from the file name list to the song currently playing (link
search)
You can find files or folders to play back using the file name or
folder name list. p If you touch the artwork, the list of songs in the album is 2 Touch [Time Per Photo Slide].
1 Touch . displayed. 3 Touch the item.
1 Touch DB . The following items are available:
2 Touch a file on the list to play back. 5sec, 10sec, 15sec, Manual.
p Touching a folder on the list shows its contents. You can play 2 Touch song information to open the list of
a file on the list by touching it. songs.
3 Touch the song to play back.
Switching the media file type
When playing a digital media containing a mixture of various Still image file operations
media file types you can switch between media file types to play.
1 Touch . Saving the image as the wallpaper
2 Touch the item.
Music: You can save the currently displayed image in the memory of this
Switches the media file type to music (compressed audio). product and set it as the wallpaper for the AV screen or the top
Video: menu screen.
Switches the media file type to video.
1 Display an image on the screen.
CD-DA:
Refer to Starting procedure (for USB) on page 27
Switches the media file type to CD (audio data (CD-DA)).
Refer to Operations common to all file types on page 28
Photo:
Switches the media file type to still image (JPEG data). 2 Touch on the image.
3 Touch the following items.
Audio file operations As AV Screen:
Saves the image as the wallpaper for the AV screen.
As HomeScreen:
Selecting a file by Music Browse Saves the image as the wallpaper for the top menu screen.
As Both:
p This function is available for the USB storage device only. Saves the image as the wallpaper for both the AV screen and
top menu screen.
1 Touch DB to create a database.
Music Browse mode will be available after the database has 4 Touch Yes to overwrite the image.
been created. p If you save the new image, the current wallpaper is
overwritten.
2 Touch .
3 Touch the desired category to display the file Setting the slideshow interval
list.
4 Touch the item. JPEG files can be viewed as a slideshow on this product. In this
Refine the item until the desired song title or file name is dis- setting, the interval between each image can be set.
played on the list. The default setting is 10sec.
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iPod
Audio source screen 1 Changes the audiobook speed. Video source screen
*1

iPod 21 48
iPod 21 48
6/10 6/10
1 : Normal playback
*2
2 : Fast playback
Abcdefghi Abcdefghi
*3 *3
Abcdefghi 1/2 : Slow-motion playback
*4 *4
ABC Pops 99999/99999
99999/99999 Plays files in random order. Full

999999 -999999 : Plays randomly songs or


999999 -999999
videos within the selected list.
Skips files forward or : Plays album randomly.
backward. Performs fast reverse or
Audio source screen 2 fast forward.
Switches between playback and

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pause.

Displays the MIXTRAX screen.


*1
Abcdefghi Refer to MIXTRAX on page 38
Displays the link search screen.
*5 Abcdefghi *2 Refer to Selecting a song from the list related to the
ABC Pops song currently playing (link search) on page 30
Selects a song or video from the list.
99999/99999 *3 Refer to Selecting song or video sources from the
x1 playlist screen on page 30
Switches the control mode to App Mode.
*4 Refer to Using this products iPod function from
your iPod on page 30
Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the
Sets a repeat play range. *5 devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
: Repeats all in the selected list.
Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device
: Repeats the current song or video. on page 14

p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files


forwards or backwards.
p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also
perform fast reverse or fast forwards.
p You can set the screen size for the video image.
Refer to Common operations on page 49

Connecting your iPod


When connecting an iPod to this product, select the method for
connecting your device. Settings are required according to the
connected device.
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 17 29

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iPod AppRadioMode
p The available sources vary depending on the selected p
method for connecting your device. Using this products iPod func- Displays the launcher
Refer to Information on the connections and functions for
each device on page 19
tion from your iPod application screen.
To u
You can control this products iPod function from the iPod on or s
CAUTION Displays the previous screen. visi
App Mode. The application screen of the iPod can be dis-
For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your http
played on this product, and the music files and video files are
vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place
played back with this product. AppRadio Mode p
and apply the handbrake. p This function is not available when using iPod function with
an iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5,
Starting procedure or iPod touch (5th generation).

p While this function is in use, the iPod will not turn off even if
the ignition key is turned off. Operate the iPod to turn off the
1 Connect your iPod. power. Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg
Refer to Connecting your iPod on page 29
The source changes and then playback will start. 1 Touch .
p When connecting an iPhone or iPod touch, quit all applica-
tions before connecting the device.
2 Operate the connected iPod to select a video or
song and play.
2 Display the AV source selection screen. p Some functions are still accessible from this product even if 6/10
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the control mode is set to App Mode. However, the opera-
tion will depend on your applications.
p Touch to switch the control mode.
Displays the current source.

3 Touch [iPod]. Selecting a song from the list


Displays the menu screen.
related to the song currently
Selecting song or video sources p Press the DISP button to hide the App control side bar. Press St
playing (link search) the DISP button again to display it again.
from the playlist screen p If you touch the artwork, the list of songs in the album is p and are not available depending on the type of Wh
displayed. device. mu
You can search for the song or video you want to play from the req
playlist screen. 1 Touch song information to open the list of WARNING

songs. Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be
1 Touch .
2 Touch the song to play back.
legal while driving in your jurisdiction, so you must be Fo
2 Touch or to switch the music or video aware of and obey any such restrictions.
category list. If in doubt as to a particular function, only perform it 1
while the car is parked.
3 Touch the category. No feature should be used unless it is safe to do so
If you use English as the system language, the alphabet search 2
under the driving conditions you are experiencing.
function is available. Touch the initial search bar to use this
function.
3
Wh
4 Touch the title of the list. Using AppRadioMode the
If you can not find the desired song or video, try to search again
according to the above steps.
You can control applications for an iPhone or a smartphone 4
directly from the screen (AppRadioMode). The
5 Start playback of the selected list. In AppRadioMode, you can operate applications with finger
p Depending on the generation or version of the iPod, some gestures such as tapping, dragging, scrolling or flicking on the 5
screen of this product. The
functions may not be available.
p You can play playlists created with the MusicSphere applica- p The compatible finger gestures vary depending on the
tion. The application is available on our website. application for an iPhone or a smartphone.
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AppRadioMode
p Even though an application is not compatible with For smartphone (Android) users 1 Start up the AppRadioMode.
AppRadioMode, depending on the application an image
may be displayed. But you can not operate the application. 2 Press the Volume (+/) button.
1 Unlock your smartphone and connect it to this The audio mix menu will be displayed on the screen.
To use AppRadioMode, install the AppRadio app on the iPhone product via USB.
or smartphone in advance. For details about the AppRadio app, Refer to Android device on page 53
visit the following site:
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/AppRadioMode 2 Press .
p Be sure to read Using app-based connected content before
3 Touch [APPS].
you perform this operation.
The AppRadio app is launched, and the AppRadioMode
Refer to Using app-based connected content on page 65
screen (Application menu screen) appears.
Pioneer is not liable for any issues that may arise from 15
Common operation of all device APP Vol.

incorrect or flawed app-based content.


p If you connect your device while an AppRadioMode- HD
Radio
Radio Vol. 12
The content and functionality of the supported
applications are the responsibility of the App providers. compatible application is already running, the application
In AppRadioMode, functionality through the product is operation screen will appear on this product. 1 2
p Touch the desired application icon after the AppRadio app is
limited while driving, with available functions determined
launched. 1 Touch to mute. Touch again to unmute so that the sound is
by the App providers.
p The desired application is launched, and the application not mixed.
Availability of AppRadioMode functionality is determined 2 Adjusts the audio volume.
operation screen appears.
by the App provider, and not determined by Pioneer. p Press to go back to the Top menu screen. Each touch of [+] or [] increases or decreases the volume
AppRadioMode allows access to applications other than level.
those listed (subject to limitations while driving), but the p The AV operation screen and the Application screen can
extent to which content can be used is determined by the Using the keyboard be switched by pressing .
App providers.
When you tap the text input area of an application for iPhone,
a keyboard will be displayed on the screen. You can input the
ess Starting procedure desired text directly from this product.
CAUTION
When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product, you For your safety, the keyboard functionality is only available
must select the method for connecting your device. Settings are when the vehicle is stopped and the handbrake is engaged.
required according to the connected device. p This function is only available in AppRadioMode on the
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 17 iPhone.
e For iPhone users 1 Start up the AppRadioMode.
Refer to Starting procedure on page 31
1 Connect your iPhone. 2 Touch the text input area on the application
Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 53
operation screen.
2 Press . A keyboard for entering text appears.
p The language of the keyboard can be changed.
3 Touch [APPS].
Refer to Setting the keyboard language with the application for
When the application is ready to launch, messages appear on
iPhone on page 40
the screen of this product.
4 Use your iPhone to launch the application.
The AppRadio app is launched. Using the audio mix function
e 5 Touch [OK]. You can output audio mixing AV source and an application for
The AppRadioMode screen (Application menu screen) appears. iPhone or smartphone when the AppRadioMode is used.
p Depending on the application or the AV source, this function
may not be available.
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Pandora

Gives a Thumbs Down to Displays the preset station list. WARNING
the playing track and skips Select an item on the list ("1" to "6") Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be
to the next track. legal while driving in your jurisdiction, so you must be
to switch to the preset station. aware of and obey any such restrictions.
Playback screen 1 Playback screen 2 If in doubt as to a particular function, only perform it
while the car is parked.

Pandora 21 48
Pandora 21 48
Pandora Pandora No feature should be used unless it is safe to do so
1 6/10
1 6/10
under the driving conditions you are experiencing. St
2 Abcdefghi 2 Abcdefghi Wh
3 Abcdefghi
*1
3 Abcdefghi
Pandora operations sele
req
Abcde Abcde You can use this source only when Location Setting is
4 ABC
4 ABC Australia.

p
5 Pause
5 Refer to Selecting the using location on page 40
You can enjoy Pandora by connecting an iPhone or a smart- p
1/2 2/2
6 999999-999999
6 phone that has the Pandora application installed.

Important
*2

Requirements to access Pandora using Pioneer car audio/
Gives a Thumbs Up to video
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 1
the playing track. Adds information for
17 2
the track currently Please update the firmware of the Pandora application to
playing to bookmarks. the latest version before use. Download it from the iTunes
Skips tracks forward. App Store or Google Play.
*3
Create a free or a paid account online. You can create the
account in the Pandora application from your iPhone or
Switches between playback and
from the website (http://www.pandora.com/register). 3
pause. Recalls the preset station To use the Pandora service, you need to connect to the
stored to a key from memory. Internet via 3G, EDGE, LTE (4G) or Wi-Fi network. If the data
plan for your iPhone does not provide for unlimited data Se
Selects a Pandora station from the list.
usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply.
fr
*1 Refer to Selecting a Pandora station from the list Limitations:
on page 33 Depending on the availability of the Internet, you may not 1
Creates a new station. be able to receive the Pandora service. The
*2 Refer to Adding a station on page 33 The Pandora service is subject to change without notice.
The service could be affected by any of the following:
Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the
*3 devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.
firmware version of the iPhone, firmware version of the
Pandora application, changes to the Pandora music
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
service.
Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device
on page 14 Certain functions of the Pandora service are not available
when accessing the service through Pioneer car audio/
video products. p
p By pressing the button, you can skip songs forwards.
They include, but are not limited to the following: creating
p and are not available when using a shared station.
p In this chapter, iPhone and iPod touch will be referred to as
new stations, deleting stations, sending information about A
iPhone. current stations, buying tracks from iTunes, viewing addi-
tional text information, logging in to Pandora, adjusting
1
Cell Network Audio Quality.
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Pandora Spotify
Pandora internet radio is a music service not affiliated with 2 Touch [Track] (from track) or [Artist] (from Playback screen 1 (Track)
Pioneer. More information is available at artist).

Spotify
http://www.pandora.com
e The Pandora mobile application is available for most iPhone
A new station is created. Spotify 6/10
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and smartphone, please visit http://www.pandora.com/every-
where/mobile for the latest compatibility information. Storing the preset stations Abcdefghi
*1
You can store six stations to the preset keys 1 to 6. Abcdefghi
Starting procedure 1 Touch . ABC
When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product, 2 Touch and hold an item on the preset station PLAYING FROM PLAYLIST 9999
select the method for connecting your device. Settings are
list for a few seconds.
required according to the connected device. 999999 -999999
The current station is stored under a preset key.
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 17
p You can use the Pandora service by connecting an iPhone
via USB or Bluetooth.
p If you use a smartphone, connect via Bluetooth. Skips tracks forward
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV) or backward.
Refer to iPhone with 30-pin connector on page 53
Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 53 Saves or deletes the current
io/ Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 13 song information to or from
1 Unlock and connect your device. Your Music.
2 Display the AV source selection screen. Switches between playback
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es and pause.

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3 Touch [Pandora].
ata
Selecting a Pandora station
from the list
ot 1 Touch .
The following items are available:
. : switches to the station list.
: switches to the genre list.
: plays only one track based on particular musical char-
acteristics from several shuffled stations.
A-Z: sorts the items in the list alphabetically.
e Date: sorts the items in the list in the order of the dates.
: deletes the station.
p Shared stations are indicated by .
ng
out Adding a station
di-
1 Touch .
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Spotify
Plays tracks in random order. Playback screen 1 (Radio mode) Gives a Thumbs Down to U
the playing track and skips

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Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the
*2 devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.
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p By pressing the or button, you can also skip
songs forwards or backwards. S
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WARNING h
Certain uses of an iPhone or a smartphone may not be T
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aware of and obey any such restrictions. t
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Spotify Bluetooth audio
p You can use the Spotify service by connecting an iPhone via
player
o Using Spotify with your Pioneer USB or Bluetooth.
car audio/video p When using a smartphone, connect via Bluetooth.
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV) X7850BT X7850TV
To enjoy Spotify as you drive, first download the Spotify app Refer to iPhone with 30-pin connector on page 53
to your iPhone or smartphone. You can download it from the Refer to iPhone with Lightning connector on page 53 Playback screen 1
iTunes App Store or Google Play. Choose a free account or a Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 13

Bluetooth 21 48
6/10
paid Premium account, either in the app or at spotify.com. A 1 Unlock and connect your device.
Premium account gives you more features, like offline listening.
If you have Spotify already, please update the app so you have 2 Display the System setting screen. Abcdefghi
the latest version. Then connect your phone to your car. Now you *1
can take your music on the road. Abcdefghi
Important ABC House
Confirm the requirements to access Spotify using Pioneer
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car audio/video. 3 Touch [AV Source Settings].
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 999999 -999999

17 4 Confirm that Spotify is turned on.


To use Spotify, you need to connect to the Internet via 3G, 5 Display the AV source selection screen.
EDGE, LTE (4G) or a Wi-Fi network. If the data plan for your
o iPhone or smartphone does not provide for unlimited data Skips files forward or backward.
usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply.
For information on the countries and regions where Spotify Track number indicator
can be used, take a look at https://www.spotify.com/us/
select-your-country/. 6 Touch [Spotify] on the AV source selection
screen. Plays files in random order.
Limitations:
Depending on the availability of the Internet, you may not Playback screen 2
on be able to receive the Spotify service. Selecting a track or station

Bluetooth 21 48
The Spotify service is subject to change without notice. 6/10
The service could be affected by any of the following: from the list
firmware version of the iPhone or smartphone, firmware
.
version of the Spotify application, changes to the Spotify 1 Touch . Abcdefghi
ce music service. The following items are available: Abcdefghi
Certain functions of the Spotify service are not available Your Music: Selects a track or station from the list of saved
when accessing the service through Pioneer car audio/ song information. ABC House
video products. Browse: Selects a track from the category list.
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Spotify is a music service not affiliated with Pioneer. More Radio: Selects a station from the station list.
information is available at
https://support.spotify.com/
The Spotify application is available for most iPhone and
e smartphone, please visit https://support.spotify.com/ for
the latest compatibility information. Sets a repeat play
range.
Starting procedure *2

When connecting an iPhone or smartphone to this product,


select the method for connecting your device. Settings are Switches between playback
required according to the connected device. and pause.
Refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone on page 17
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Bluetooth audio player AUX source

AUX
*1 Selects a file from the list.
Refer to Selecting files from the file name list on
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page 36 Wh
Switches among the Bluetooth devices when the suit
*2 devices are connected to this product via Bluetooth.
6 Touch [Bluetooth Audio] on the AV source The
Refer to Switching the connected Bluetooth device p
on page 14 selection screen.

1
p Depending on the Bluetooth audio player connected to this Selecting files from the file
product, the available operations with this product may be Full

limited to the following two levels: name list


A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile): Only playing
back songs on your audio player is possible. p This function is available only when the AVRCP version of the
A2DP and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile): Bluetooth device is 1.4 or higher. Switches between the video input
Playing back, pausing, selecting songs, etc., are possible. 1 Touch . and the sound input.
p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files
2
forwards or backwards. 2 Touch a file or a folder on the list to play back. 3
p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also p A Mini-jack AV cable (CD-RM10) (sold separately) is required
perform fast reverse or fast forwards. 4
for connection. The
p Depending on the Bluetooth device connected to this prod- Refer to External video component and the display on page
uct, the available operations with this product may be limited Aut
54
or differ from the descriptions in this manual.
p While you are listening to songs on your Bluetooth device, CAUTION
please refrain from operating the phone function as much as For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your
possible. If you try operating, the signal may cause noise for vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place
song playback. and apply the handbrake.
p When you are talking on the Bluetooth device connected to
this product via Bluetooth, it may pause playback.
Starting procedure
Starting procedure You can display the video image output by the device connected
to video input.
p Before using the Bluetooth audio player, register and con-
nect the device to this product. 1 Display the System setting screen.
Refer to Registering your Bluetooth devices on page 13
1 Pull out the connecting cable for using
AppRadioMode.
p You cannot use Bluetooth device when the connecting cable
for using AppRadioMode is connected. 2 Touch [Input/Output settings].
2 Display the System setting screen. 3 Confirm that AUX Input is turned on.
4 Display the AV source selection screen.

3 Touch [AV Source Settings].


4 Confirm that Bluetooth Audio is turned on. 5 Touch [AUX].
5 Display the AV source selection screen. The image is displayed on the screen.
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AUX source AV input
You can display the video image output by the device connected 4 Touch the item.
Setting the video signal to this product. The following items are available:
Refer to External video component and the display on page Auto, PAL, NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM.
When you connect this product to an AUX equipment, select the
54
suitable video signal setting.
The default setting is Auto. CAUTION
p You can operate this function only for the video signal input For safety reasons, video images cannot be viewed while your
into the AUX input. vehicle is in motion. To view video images, stop in a safe place
1 Display the Video Setup screen. and apply the handbrake.

Starting procedure
You can display the video image output by the device connected
to video input.

2 Touch [Video Signal Setting]. 1 Display the System setting screen.


3 Touch [AUX].
red 4 Touch the item.
The following items are available:
ge Auto, PAL, NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM.
2 Touch [Input/Output settings].
3 Confirm that AV Input is turned on.
ur
ace 4 Display the AV source selection screen.

ed 5 Touch [AV].
The image is displayed on the screen.

Setting the video signal


When you connect this product to an AV equipment, select the
suitable video signal setting.
The default setting is Auto.
p You can operate this function only for the video signal input
into the AV input.
1 Display the Video Setup screen.

2 Touch [Video Signal Setting].


3 Touch [AV].
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MIXTRAX
Activates the MIXTRAX mode. Displaying the MIXTRAX Setting the MIXTRAX effect D
Settings screen You can set and play back the MIXTRAX effect that you want.
ti
(Example: iPod)
The default setting is Standard.

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1 Display the MIXTRAX Settings screen.
2 Touch , and then [AV Source Settings]. Refer to Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen on page 2
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3 Touch the item.
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ABC Pops Setting the playback portion The following items are available: co
99999/99999 Standard, Simple, Custom
You can specify the playback portion. When you select Custom, check the effect that you want. You
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The default setting is 60s. rem

1 Display the MIXTRAX Settings screen. Setting the flash pattern p
Refer to Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen on page
Selects a track. 38 The flashing colour changes with the changes in the sound and
bass levels. p
2 Touch [Short Playback Mode]. This
Switches between playback 1 Display the MIXTRAX Settings screen. con
and pause. 3 Touch the item. Refer to Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen on page p
The following items are available: 38
p By pressing the or button, you can also skip files Off, 60s, 90s, 120s, 150s, 180s, Random. p
2 Touch [Flash Pattern].
forwards or backwards. p
p By pressing and hold the or button, you can also Setting the display effect 3 Touch the item.
perform fast reverse or fast forwards. Sound1 (default) to Sound6: p
The flash pattern changes according to the sound level.
You can set the effect display for MIXTRAX. Select a desired mode. p
MIXTRAX operation The default setting is On. L-Pass1 to L-Pass6:
1 Display the MIXTRAX Settings screen. The flash pattern changes according to the bass level. Select
MIXTRAX is original technology for creating non-stop mixes of
Refer to Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen on page a desired mode. Fo
selections from your audio library, complete with DJ effects that
38 Random1:
make them sound.
The flash pattern changes randomly according to the sound fo
2 Touch [Display Effect] to switch On or Off. level mode and low pass mode.
MIXTRAX EZ operation Random2:
1
Setting the cut-in effect The flash pattern changes randomly according to the sound

You can use this unit to play iPod/USB audio files. level mode.
MIXTRAX EZ is used to add a variety of sound effects between Random3:
songs for arranging the pauses between songs. You can set the effect tone that sounds when you skip tracks The flash pattern changes randomly according to the low
forwards or backwards. 2
It allows you to enjoy listening to music non-stop. pass mode.
This function is only available when a file on a USB storage The default setting is On. Off: 3
device or a song on an iPod is being played. 1 Display the MIXTRAX Settings screen. The flash pattern does not flash.
4
This function is not available when the control mode is set to Refer to Displaying the MIXTRAX Settings screen on page
App Mode. 38
Depending on the file/song, sound effects may not be Re
2 Touch [Cut-In Effect] to switch On or Off.
available. m
Depending on the file/song, non-stop playback may not be
available.
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System settings
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page 2 Touch [Ever Scroll] to switch On or Off.
Displaying the System set- 39
ting screen 2 Touch [Steering Wheel Control]. Setting the beep tone
3 Touch [W/o Adapter]. The default setting is On.
1 Press .
4 Touch the item to select the brand of your 1 Display the System setting screen.
2 Touch , and then . vehicle.
The System setting screen appears. Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
5 Touch the item to set. 39
Follow the on-screen instructions to register the function setting.
Setting the steering wheel 2 Touch [Beep Tone] to switch On or Off.
If you touch [Clear], all the settings is cleared.
control Setting the auto audio mix
t. You can set the steering wheel control on the display via a wired Setting Bluetooth audio source function
remote cable.
Refer to Power cord on page 51 activation You can select whether or not to use the auto audio mix function.
p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a The default setting is On.
safe place and apply the handbrake. X7850BT X7850TV
nd
p This setting is available when turn all the sources off. The default setting is On. 1 Display the System setting screen.
This setting is required for using the steering wheel remote Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
control function. 1 Display the System setting screen. 39
p You can set a function key to more than one steering wheel Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
39 2 Touch [Auto Mix] to switch On or Off.
key.
p You can set only one function key to a steering wheel key. 2 Touch [AV Source Settings].
p If you make a mistake after connecting this product with the Setting the rear view camera
supplied wired remote cable, please reset it. 3 Touch [Bluetooth Audio] to switch On or
p If this function does not work correctly, contact your dealer Off. A separately sold rear view camera (e.g. ND-BC8) is required
or an authorised Pioneer Service Station. for utilising the rear view camera function. (For details, consult
your dealer.)
p When you start to set, all the default key settings is automati-
cally cleared.
Setting Spotify source
Rear view camera
ect activation This product features a function that automatically switches to
For steering wheel control adapter the full-screen image of the rear view camera installed on your
The default setting is On. vehicle, when the gearstick is in the REVERSE (R) position.
nd for Pioneer users
1 Display the System setting screen. Camera for Camera View mode
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page Camera View mode also allows you to check what is behind you
nd 1 Display the System setting screen. 39 while driving.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page 2 Touch [AV Source Settings]. To display the camera image, touch [Camera View] on the AV
39 source selection screen.
3 Touch [Spotify] to switch On or Off. Refer to Source on the AV source selection screen on page
2 Touch [Steering Wheel Control].
12
3 Touch [With Adapter]. Setting the ever scroll p To set the rear view camera as the camera for Camera View
mode, set Back Camera Input to On.
4 Touch [OK]. Refer to Setting rear view camera activation on page 40
When Ever Scroll is set to On, the recorded text information
scrolls continuously in the display while the vehicle is stopped. CAUTION
Registering function to each key The default setting is Off.
Pioneer recommends the use of a camera which outputs
manually 1 Display the System setting screen. mirror reversed images, otherwise the screen image may
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page appear reversed.
39
1 Display the System setting screen.
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System settings
p Immediately verify whether the display changes to a 1
rear view camera image when the gearstick is moved to Selecting the system language Adjusting the response posi-
REVERSE (R) from another position.
p When the screen changes to full-screen rear view camera
If the embedded language and the selected language setting tions of the touch panel (touch
are not the same, text information may not display properly. 2
image during normal driving, switch to the opposite setting
Some characters may not be displayed properly. panel calibration)
in Camera Polarity. 3
p If you touch while the camera image is displayed, the 1 Display the System setting screen. If you feel that the touch panel keys on the screen deviate from
displayed image will turn off temporarily. Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page the actual positions that respond to your touch, adjust the 4
39 response positions of the touch panel screen.
Setting rear view camera activation p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a
2 Touch [System Language]. safe place and apply the handbrake.
3 Touch the language. p Do not use sharp pointed tools such as a ballpoint or
The default setting is Off. After the language is selected, the previous screen returns. mechanical pen, which could damage the screen.
p Do not turn off the engine while saving the adjusted position
1 Display the System setting screen.
data.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
39
Selecting the using location
1 Display the System setting screen.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page Se
2 Touch [Camera settings]. X7850BT X6850DVD
p This setting is not available while using the Pandora.
39 or
3 Touch [Back Camera Input] to switch On or
Off. 2 Touch [Touch panel calibration].
1 Display the System setting screen. p
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page 3 Touch [Yes].
Setting the polarity of the rear view 39
4 Touch two corners of the screen along the p
camera 2 Touch [Location Setting] to switch the follow- arrows, and then touch the centres of two +
ing items. marks at the same time twice. 1
South America (default)
p This function is available when Back Camera Input is
Australia 5 Press .
On. The adjustment results are saved.
Refer to Setting rear view camera activation on page 40 2
1 Display the System setting screen. Setting the keyboard language 6 Press once again.
Proceed to 16-point adjustment. 3
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
39
with the application for iPhone 7 Gently touch the centre of the + mark dis-

You can use the keyboard in AppRadioMode by setting the played on the screen.
2 Touch [Camera settings]. The target indicates the order.
language of the keyboard for iPhone.
3 Touch [Camera Polarity]. p This function is only available in AppRadioMode on the When you press , the previous adjustment
Battery (default): iPhone. position returns.
The polarity of the connected lead is positive.
Ground:
1 Display the System setting screen. When you press and hold , the adjustment is Se
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
The polarity of the connected lead is negative.
39
cancelled. op
2 Touch [Keyboard]. 8 Press and hold .
Setting the demo mode The adjustment results are saved. You
3 Touch the language. p
After the language is selected, the previous screen returns.
1 Display the System setting screen.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
Setting the dimmer p
39
2 Touch [Demo Mode] to switch On or Off. Setting the dimmer trigger 1

p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a
safe place and apply the handbrake. 2
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System settings
1 Display the System setting screen. 3 Touch [Dimmer Duration]. Adjusts the colour temperature, resulting in a better white
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page The Duration Setting screen appears. balance. (3 to +3)
h 39
4 Drag the cursors to set the dimmer duration.
p With some pictures, you cannot adjust Hue and Colour.
2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. When you touch [Rear View], the mode changes
You can also set the dimmer duration touching to the selected camera mode. By touching
3 Touch [Dimmer Trigger]. or .
m [Source], [Navi] or [Apps], you can return to the
4 Touch the item. Each touch of or moves the cursor back- selected mode.
Auto (default): wards or forwards in the 15 minute width.
Switches the dimmer to on or off automatically according to p The default setting is 18:00-6:00 (6:00 PM-6:00 AM). 5 Touch , , , to adjust.
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your vehicles headlight turning on or off. p When the cursors are placed on the same point, the dimmer p The adjustments of Brightness, Contrast and Dimmer
Manual: available time is 0 hours. are stored separately when your vehicles headlights are off
Switches the dimmer to on or off manually. p When the cursor for off time setting is placed on the left end (daytime) and on (nighttime).
Time: and the cursor for on time setting is placed on the right end, p Brightness and Contrast are switched automatically
on
Switches the dimmer to on or off at the time you adjusted. the dimmer available time is 0 hours. depending on whether the vehicles headlights are on or off.
p When the cursor for on time setting is placed on the left end p Dimmer can be changed the setting or the time to switch
and the cursor for off time setting is placed on the right end, it to on or off.
Setting the dimmer duration in day the dimmer available time is 24 hours. Refer to Setting the dimmer on page 40
or night p The time display of the dimmer duration adjusting bar is p The picture adjustment may not be available with some rear
depending on the clock display setting. view cameras.
Refer to Setting the time and date on page 49 p The setting contents can be memorised separately.
p You can use this function when Dimmer Trigger is set to
Manual.
p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a Adjusting the picture Displaying the firmware
safe place and apply the handbrake.
1 Display the System setting screen.
You can adjust the picture for each source and rear view camera. version
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page CAUTION
39 1 Display the System setting screen.
For safety reasons, you cannot use some of these functions Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. while your vehicle is in motion. To enable these functions, you 39
must stop in a safe place and apply the handbrake.
3 Touch [Day/Night] to switch the following 2 Touch [System Information].
items. 1 Display the screen you wish to adjust.
Day (default):
3 Touch [Firmware Information].
2 Display the System setting screen. The Firmware Information screen appears.
Turns the dimmer manually to off. Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
Night: 39
Turns the dimmer manually to on.
3 Touch [Picture Adjustment].
Displaying the open source
Setting the dimmer duration 4 Touch the item to select the function to be licences
optional adjusted.
Brightness: 1 Display the System setting screen.
Adjusts the black intensity. (24 to +24) Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page
You can adjust the time that the dimmer is turned on or off. Contrast: 39
p You can use this function when Dimmer Trigger is set to Adjusts the contrast. (24 to +24)
Time. 2 Touch [System Information].
Colour:
p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a Adjusts the colour saturation. (24 to +24) 3 Touch [Licence].
safe place and apply the handbrake. Hue: The open source licences of the functions that this product is
1 Display the System setting screen. Adjusts the tone of colour (which colour is emphasised, red equipped with appear.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page or green). (24 to +24)
39 Dimmer:
na Adjusts the brightness of the display. (+1 to +48)
2 Touch [Dimmer Settings]. Temperature:
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System settings Audio adjustments
p
Updating firmware Displaying the Audio setting Adjusting source levels
CAUTION
screen SLA (source level adjustment) lets you adjust the volume level of 1
each source to prevent radical changes in volume when switch-
The USB storage device for updating must contain only the ing between sources.
1 Press . 2
correct update file. p Settings are based on the FM tuner volume level, which
Never turn this product off, disconnect the USB storage 2 Touch , and then . remains unchanged. 3
device while the firmware is being updated. The Audio setting screen appears. p This function is not available when the FM tuner is selected The
You can only update the firmware when the vehicle is as the AV source. Off
stopped and the handbrake is engaged.
Using fader/balance adjustment 1 Compare the FM tuner volume level with the
1 Download the firmware update files. level of the source. Se
2 Connect a blank (formatted) USB storage 1 Display the Audio setting screen. 2 Display the Audio setting screen.
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 This
device to your computer, and then locate the Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 whi
correct update file and copy it onto the USB 2 Touch [Fader/Balance]. 3 Touch [Source Level Adjuster]. The
storage device. p Only the balance can be adjusted when Network Mode is
selected as the speaker mode. Touch [Balance] and skip to 4 Touch or to adjust the source volume. 1
3 Connect the USB storage device to this step 4. p If you directly touch the area where the cursor can be moved,
product. the SLA setting will be changed to the value of the touched 2
3 Touch or to adjust the front/rear speaker point.
4 Turn the source off. balance. p +4 to 4 is displayed as the source volume is increased
Refer to Selecting a source on page 12 p Set Front and Rear to 0 when using a dual speaker or decreased. A
5 Display the System setting screen. system. p The default setting is 0.
Refer to Displaying the System setting screen on page 4 Touch or to adjust the left/right speaker
va
39
balance. Using the auto level control You
6 Touch [System Information]. You can also set the value by dragging the point The
This function corrects automatically the audio level difference Sta
7 Touch [Firmware Update]. on the displayed table. between the music files or the sources. Net
8 Touch [Continue] to display the data transfer 1 Display the Audio setting screen. p
mode. Switching sound muting/ Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
p Follow the on-screen instructions to finish updating the
firmware. attenuation 2 Touch [Automatic Level Control].
1
p This product will reset automatically after the firmware 3 Touch the item.
update is completed if the update is successful. You can automatically mute or attenuate the AV source volume
and the iPhone application volume when the navigation outputs Off (default):
p If an error message appears on the screen, touch the display Turns the auto level control setting off. 2
and perform the above steps again. the guidance voice.
Mode1: 3
1 Display the Audio setting screen. Corrects a little the audio level difference between the music
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 files or the sources (for the narrow dynamic range audio 4
2 Touch [Mute Level]. signal). 5
Mode2:
3 Touch the item. Corrects widely the audio level difference between the p
ATT (default): music files or the sources (for the wide dynamic range audio
The volume becomes 20 dB lower than the current volume. signal).
Mute:
The volume becomes 0.
Off: Adjusting loudness
The volume does not change.
This function compensates for deficiencies in the low-frequency
and high-frequency ranges at low volume.
The default setting is Off.
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Audio adjustments
p This function is not available while you make or receive a call p This function is not available when adjusting the High
using the hands-free function. speaker. Adjusting the speaker output
of 1 Display the Audio setting screen. levels finely
h- Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 Switching the rear speaker Fine adjustments of the speaker output level can be made by
2 Touch [Loudness]. output listening to audio output.
3 Touch the item. p This function is available when Subwoofer is set to On.
ed The following items are available: p This function is available when Standard Mode is selected Refer to Setting the subwoofer output on page 43
Off, Low, Mid, High. as the speaker mode.
The default setting is Rear. 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
1 Turn the source off.
Setting the subwoofer output Refer to Selecting a source on page 12 2 Touch [Speaker Level].
This product is equipped with a subwoofer output mechanism, 2 Display the Audio setting screen. 3 Touch or to select the listening position
which can be turned on or off. Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 if necessary.
The default setting is On. The following items are available:
3 Touch [Rear Speaker Output]. Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All.
1 Display the Audio setting screen. p The default setting is Off.
ved, Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 4 Touch to switch Rear or Subwoofer.
p All is not available when Network Mode is selected as
d 2 Touch [Subwoofer] to switch On or Off. the speaker mode.
Using BASS Boost p If you change the listening position setting, the output
d levels of all the speakers will change in conjunction with the
Adjusting the cutoff frequency 1 Display the Audio setting screen. setting.
value Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 4 Touch or to adjust the speaker output
2 Touch [Bass Boost]. level.
You can adjust the cutoff frequency value of each speaker. The following speakers are available:
The following speakers can be adjusted: 3 Touch to select the bass boost level from 0 to Standard Mode: Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right,
Standard Mode: Front, Rear, Subwoofer. +6. Subwoofer
Network Mode: High, Mid, Subwoofer. Network Mode: High Left, High Right, Mid Left, Mid Right,
p Subwoofer Settings is available only when Subwoofer
is On. Selecting the listening position Subwoofer
p To use this function, the vehicles acoustics must be meas-
Refer to Setting the subwoofer output on page 43 ured in advance.
You can select a listening position that you want to make as the
1 Display the Audio setting screen. centre of sound effects.
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 The default setting is Off. Adjusting the time alignment
2 Touch [Crossover] or [Subwoofer Settings]. 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
By adjusting the distance from each speaker to the listening
3 Touch or to switch the speaker. Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
position, time alignment is able to correct the time required for
sic 2 Touch [Listening Position]. sound to reach the listening position.
4 Drag the graph line to set the cutoff position.
5 Drag the lowest point of the graph to set the 3 Touch the desired position to change the lis- 1 Measure the distance between the head of the
cutoff slope. tening position. listener and each speaker unit.
p The following items can also be set. The following items are available:
dio Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All.
2 Display the Audio setting screen.
: Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
Switches the subwoofer phase between normal and reverse p All is not available when Network Mode is selected as
position. the speaker mode. 3 Touch [Time Alignment].
LPF/HPF: 4 Touch or to select the listening position
Switches the LPF/HPF setting to On or Off. if necessary.
cy When it is turned off, the high-pass filter or low-pass filter of The following items are available:
each speaker can also be turned on by touching the graph Off, Front-L, Front-R, Front, All.
lines.
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Audio adjustments
p The default setting is Off. p If you trail a finger across the bars of multiple equaliser
p All is not available when Network Mode is selected as Using the equaliser bands, the equaliser curve settings will be set to the value of
Be
the speaker mode. the touched point on each bar. fu
p If you change the listening position setting, the output
levels of all the speakers will change in conjunction with the
Recalling equaliser curves
setting.
Setting the auto-adjusted equaliser
There are seven stored equaliser curves that you can easily recall
5 Touch or to input the distance between at any time. Here is a list of the equaliser curves: You can set the auto-adjusted equaliser to suit the vehicles
the selected speaker and the listening position. S.Bass is a curve in which only low-pitched sound is boosted. acoustics. To use this function, the vehicles acoustics must be
p You can input the value every 2.5 cm (between 0 and 350 Powerful is a curve in which low- and high-pitched sounds measured in advance.
cm).
are boosted. The default setting is Off.
The following speakers are available: Natural is a curve in which low- and high-pitched sounds Refer to Adjusting the equaliser curve automatically (Auto EQ)
Standard Mode: Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right, are slightly boosted. on page 44
Subwoofer Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the human p To manually adjust the equaliser curve, set Auto EQ&TA to
Network Mode: High Left, High Right, Mid Left, Mid Right,
vocal range, is boosted. Off.
Subwoofer
Flat is a flat curve in which nothing is boosted.
p This function is available only when the listening position 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
Custom1 is an adjusted equaliser curve that you create. If
setting is set to Front-L or Front-R. Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
you select this curve, the effect is applied to all AV sources.
p To use this function, the vehicles acoustics must be meas- Custom2 is an adjusted equaliser curve that you create. If 2 Touch [Auto EQ&TA] to switch On or Off.
ured in advance. you select this curve, the effect is applied to all AV sources.
p The default setting is Powerful.
If you touch [TA On], the time alignment is turned Adjusting the equaliser curve
off mandatorily. 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 automatically (Auto EQ)
Switching the time alignment 2 Touch [Graphic EQ]. By measuring the vehicles acoustics, the equaliser curve can be
adjusted automatically to suit the vehicle interior.
preset 3 Touch the equaliser.

WARNING
1 Display the Audio setting screen. Customising the equaliser curves A loud tone (noise) may be emitted from the speakers when
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 measuring the vehicles acoustics. Never perform Auto EQ
You can adjust the currently selected equaliser curve setting measurement while driving.
2 Touch [Time Alignment Preset].
as desired. Adjustments can be made with a 13-band graphic CAUTION
3 Touch the item. equaliser.
Initial (default): Thoroughly check the conditions before performing Auto
p If you make adjustments when a curve S.Bass, Powerful,
Sets to the initial setting value. EQ, as the speakers may be damaged if this is performed
Natural, Vocal, or Flat is selected, the equaliser curve
ATA: under the following conditions:
settings will be changed to Custom1 mandatorily.
Reflects the result of A-EQ&TA Measurement to the When the speakers are incorrectly connected. (For
p If you make adjustments when the Custom2 curve is Pe
setting value. selected for example, the Custom2 curve will be updated. example, when a rear speaker is connected as a subwoofer
Off: p Custom1 and Custom2 curves can be created common output.)
Resets all setting values to 0. to all sources. When a speaker is connected to a power amp delivering p
Custom: output higher than the speakers maximum input power
Sets to the value adjusted at Time Alignment. 1 Display the Audio setting screen. capability.
p When you adjust the time alignment, the preset item will Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 If a microphone for acoustical measurement (sold
switch automatically to Custom. 2 Touch [Graphic EQ]. separately) is not placed in an appropriate location, the
p Custom can be selected only when the listening position is measurement tone may become loud and measurement p
set to Front-L or Front-R. 3 Select a curve that you want to use as the basis may take a long time, resulting in battery drainage. Be sure
of customising. C
to place the microphone in the specified location.
Do
4 Touch the frequency for which you want to pro
adjust the level.
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Audio adjustments
Before operating the Auto EQ 1 Stop the vehicle in a quiet place, close all the 13 Store the microphone carefully in the glove box
of doors, windows and sun roof, and then turn the or another safe place.
function engine off. If the microphone is subjected to direct sunlight for an extended
If the engine is left running, engine noise may prevent correct period, high temperatures may cause distortion, colour change
Perform Auto EQ in as quiet a place as possible, with the Auto EQ. or malfunction.
vehicle engine and air conditioning switched off. Also, cut p If driving restrictions are detected during measurement,
power to car phones or mobile phones in the vehicle, or
remove them in advance. Surrounding sounds may prevent
measurement is cancelled.
Saving the sound settings
e
correct measurement of the vehicles acoustics. 2 Fix the microphone for acoustical measurement
(sold separately) in the centre of the headrest You can save to recall the following current sound settings:
Be sure to use the microphone for acoustical measurement bass boost, slope, subwoofer phase, speaker level, Graphic EQ,
(sold separately). Using another microphone may prevent of the drivers seat, facing forwards. HPF/LPF, listening position, crossover, time alignment.
EQ) The Auto EQ may differ depending on where you place the micro-
measurement, or result in incorrect measurement of the
vehicles acoustics. phone. If desired, place the microphone on the front passenger 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
to seat and perform Auto EQ. Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
To perform Auto EQ, the front speakers must be connected.
When this product is connected to a power amp with input
3 Disconnect the iPhone or smartphone device. 2 Touch [Save Settings].
level control, Auto EQ may be impossible if the power amps
input level is set below the standard level. 4 Turn on the ignition switch (ACC ON). 3 Touch [OK].
When this product is connected to a power amp with an LPF If the vehicles air conditioner or heater is turned on, turn it off. All of the current sound settings are saved.
. (low pass filter), turn the LPF off before performing Auto EQ.
Also, set the cut-off frequency for the built-in LPF of an active
5 Switch the AV source to Source OFF. When you touch [Cancel], return to the Audio
Refer to Selecting a source on page 12 setting screen.
subwoofer to the highest frequency.
The distance has been calculated by a computer to provide 6 Display the Audio setting screen.
optimum delay to ensure accurate results. Do not change
this value.
Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42 Loading the sound settings
n be The reflected sound within the vehicle is strong and delays 7 Touch [A-EQ&TA Measurement].
occur. The A-EQ&TA Measurement screen appears. 1 Display the Audio setting screen.
The LPF on active subwoofers or external amps delay the Refer to Displaying the Audio setting screen on page 42
8 Connect the microphone for acoustical meas-
lower sounds. urement (sold separately) with this product. 2 Touch [Load Settings].
n If an error occurs during measurement, check the following Plug the microphone into the AUX input jack on this product.
before measuring the vehicles acoustics. 3 Touch the item.
Use an extension cable (sold separately) if the cord of the
Front speakers (left/right) The following items are available:
Microphone (sold separately) is not long enough.
Rear speakers (left/right) AEQ Setting,Sound Setting.
Noise 9 Touch [Front Left] or [Front Right] to select the p AEQ Setting is available only when you have already
o performed Auto EQ measurement.
Microphone for acoustical measurement (sold separately) current listening position.
d Refer to Adjusting the equaliser curve automatically (Auto EQ)
Low battery
10 Touch [Start]. on page 44
A 10-second countdown starts. p Sound Setting is available only when you have already
ofer Performing Auto EQ p The Bluetooth connection is disconnected before the pro- saved the sound settings.
cess starts. Refer to Saving the sound settings on page 45
p Auto EQ changes the audio settings as follows: 11 Exit the vehicle and keep the doors closed until
The fader/balance settings return to the centre position. the countdown finishes.
Refer to Using fader/balance adjustment on page 42 When the countdown finishes, a measurement tone (noise)
Mute Level is set to Off. is emitted from the speakers and the Auto EQ measurement
Refer to Switching sound muting/attenuation on page 42 begins.
p Previous settings for Auto EQ will be overwritten.
ure 12 Wait until the measurement is completed.
CAUTION When Auto EQ is completed, a message is displayed.
Do not turn off the engine while the measurement is in p The measurement time varies depending on the type of
progress. vehicle.
To stop the measurement, touch [Stop].
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Theme menu
3 Touch the colour you want.
Selecting the background Coloured keys: Selects the desired preset colour.
Selecting the theme colour Se
display (custom): Displays the screen to customise the illumina-
tion colour.
A theme colour can be selected from 5different colours. la
The background display can be selected from 9different preset Refer to Creating a user-defined colour on page 46 1 Display the Theme screen. You
displays for the AV operation screen and 6different preset (rainbow): Shifts gradually between the five default tle,
displays for the Top menu screen. Furthermore, you can change colours in sequence. is re
the background display to other images imported from an USB You can preview the Top menu screen or the AV or o
storage device. p
operation screen by touching [Home] or [AV]
1 Display the Theme screen. respectively.
2 Touch [Theme].
Se
Creating a user-defined colour 3 Touch the colour you want.
You can preview the Top menu screen or the AV You
You can create a user-defined colour. The created colour is tles
operation screen by touching [Home] or [AV]
stored, and you can select the colour when setting the illumina-
2 Touch [Background]. tion colour the next time. respectively. 1
3 Touch [Home] or [AV] to switch the screen 1 Display the Theme screen.
displays. Selecting the clock image
The setting contents can be memorised separately for the AV The clock on the AV operation screen and the Top menu screen
operation screen and the Top menu screen. can be selected from 3different images.
4 Touch the item. 1 Display the Theme screen.
Preset displays: Selects the desired preset background 2
display. 2 Touch [Illumination]. 3
(custom): Displays the background display image
imported from the USB storage device. 3 Touch the following key. The
Refer to Saving the image as the wallpaper on page 28
(off): Hides the background display. Displays the screen to create a user-defined 4
colour and store it to memory. Wh
2 Touch [Clock]. sho
Setting the illumination colour 3 Touch the item. tou
4 Touch the following keys. Preset images: Selects the desired preset clock image. p
The illumination colour can be selected from 7different colours.
(off): Hides the clock display.
Furthermore, the illumination can be switched between these p
7colours in order.
Adjusts the brightness and the level of red,
green and blue to create a favourite colour. p
Selecting the colour from the preset
colours
You can select an illumination colour from the colour list.
You can also adjust the colour tone by dragging Se
the colour bar.
1 Display the Theme screen. The
5 Touch and hold [Memo] to store the custom- ang
ised colour in the memory. p
The customised colour is stored in the memory.
The set colour will be recalled from the memory the next time
you touch the same key. 1

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Setting up the video player
p The TV aspect ratio cannot be changed for some discs. For
Setting the top-priority details, refer to the discs instructions.
languages
You can assign the top-priority language to the top-priority subti-
Setting parental lock
tle, audio and menu in initial playback. If the selected language 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. Some DVD-Video discs let you use parental lock to set restric-
is recorded on the disc, subtitles, audio and menu are displayed tions so that children cannot watch violent or adult-oriented
or output in that language. 3 Touch [Multi Angle] repeatedly until the scenes. You can set the parental lock level in steps as desired.
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc, desired setting appears. p When you set a parental lock level and then play a disc fea-
CD, Video CD or DVD. On (default): Turns the multi-angle setting on. turing parental lock, code number input indications may be
Off: Turns the multi-angle setting off. displayed. In this case, playback will begin when the correct
Setting the language code number is input.
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc,
Setting the aspect ratio CD, Video CD or DVD.
V You can set a language preference. When available, the subti-
tles, audio or menu will be provided in the selected language. There are two kinds of displays. A wide screen display has a
width-to-height ratio (TV aspect) of 16:9, while a regular display Setting the code number and level
1 Display the Video Setup screen. has a TV aspect of 4:3. If you use a regular rear display with a TV
aspect of 4:3, you can set the aspect ratio suitable for your rear
When you first use this function, register your code number.
display. (We recommend use of this function only when you want
If you do not register a code number, the parental lock will not
to fit the aspect ratio to the rear display.)
operate.
n p When using a regular display, select either Letter Box
or Pan Scan. Selecting 16:9 may result in an unnatural 1 Display the Video Setup screen.
image.
2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. p If you select the TV aspect ratio, this products display will
change to the same setting.
3 Touch [Subtitle Language], [Audio Language]
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc,
or [Menu Language]. CD, Video CD or DVD.
The pop-up menu appears.
1 Display the Video Setup screen.
4 Touch the desired language. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup].
When you select Others, a language code input screen is
3 Touch [Parental].
shown. Input the four-digit code of the desired language then
The Parental screen appears.
touch .
p If the selected language is not available, the language speci- 4 Touch [0] to [9] to input a four-digit code
fied on the disc is displayed. number.
p You can also switch the language by touching the switch
2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. 5 Touch the following key.
languages key during playback.
p The setting made here will not be affected even if the lan- 3 Touch [TV Aspect].
guage is switched during playback using the appropriate The pop-up menu appears. Registers the code number, and you can now
key. set the level.
4 Touch the item.
16:9 (default): Displays the wide screen image (16:9) as it is
Setting the angle icon display (initial setting). 6 Touch any number between [1] to [8] to select
Letter Box: Makes the image in the shape of a letterbox with the desired level.
The angle icon can be set so it appears on scenes where the black bands on the top and bottom of the screen. [8]: Enables playback of the entire disc (initial setting).
angle can be switched. Pan Scan: Cuts the image short on the right and left sides of [7] to [2]: Enables playback of discs for children and non-
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc, the screen. adult oriented discs.
CD, Video CD or DVD. p When playing discs that do not have a panscan system, the [1]: Enables only playback of discs for children.
disc is played back with Letter Box even if you select the
1 Display the Video Setup screen. 7 Touch the following key.
Pan Scan setting. Confirm whether the disc package bears
the mark.
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Setting up the video player
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc, 1 Display the Video Setup screen. Reg
Sets the parental lock level. CD, Video CD or DVD. quic
the
1 Display the Video Setup screen. p
p We recommend to keep a record of your code number in
case you forget it.
p The parental lock level is recorded on the disc. You can con-
firm it by looking at the disc package, the included literature
2 Touch [Video Signal Setting].
Cr
or the disc itself. You cannot use parental lock with discs that
do not feature a recorded parental lock level. 3 Touch [Camera].
p With some discs, parental lock operates to skip certain 1
2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. The pop-up menu appears.
scenes only, after which normal playback resumes. For
details, refer to the discs instructions. 3 Touch [DivX VOD]. 4 Touch the item.
The DivX VOD screen appears. Auto (default): Adjusts the video signal setting
automatically.
Displaying your DivX VOD reg- 4 Touch [Deregistration Code].
Your 8-digit deregistration code is displayed. PAL: Sets the video signal to PAL.
NTSC: Sets the video signal to NTSC. 2
istration code p Make a note of the code as you will need it when you deregis-
PAL-M: Sets the video signal to PAL-M. The
ter from a DivX VOD provider.
PAL-N: Sets the video signal to PAL-N.
If you want to play DivX VOD (video on demand) content on this
SECAM: Sets the video signal to SECAM.

product, you must first register this product with your DivX VOD
content provider. You do this by generating a DivX VOD registra- Automatic playback of DVDs
tion code, which you submit to your provider.
p Keep a record of the code as you will need it when you
When a DVD disc with a DVD menu is inserted, this product will
cancel the menu automatically and start playback from the first
Se
register this product to the DivX VOD provider.
chapter of the first title.
p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc, 1
p Some DVDs may not operate properly. If this function is not
CD, Video CD or DVD.
fully operable, turn this function off and start playback.
1 Display the Video Setup screen. p This setting is available when the selected source is Disc,
CD, Video CD or DVD.
1 Display the Video Setup screen.
2

2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup]. Re


3 Touch [DivX VOD]. 1
The DivX VOD screen appears. 2 Touch [DVD/DivX Setup].
p If a registration code has already been activated, it cannot be
displayed.
3 Touch [DVD Auto Play] repeatedly until the
desired setting appears.
4 Touch [Registration Code]. Off (default): Turns the DVD Auto Play setting off
Your 10-digit registration code is displayed. On: Turns the DVD Auto Play setting on
p Make a note of the code as you will need it when you deregis- 2
ter from a DivX VOD provider. The
Setting the video signal for the scre
Displaying your DivX VOD rear view camera
deregistration code When you connect a rear view camera to this product, select the
suitable video signal setting.
A registration code registered with a deregistration code can p You can operate this function only for the video signal input
be deleted. into the AV input.
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Favourite menu Common operations
Registering your favourite menu items in shortcuts allows you to
quickly jump to the registered menu screen by a simple touch on
1 Setting the Sound Retriever

CD 21 48 function
the Favourites screen. 6/10
p Up to 12menu items can be registered in the favourite
menu. The Sound Retriever function automatically enhances com-
Abcdefghi pressed audio and restores rich sound.
Creating a shortcut 1 Touch to switch the settings.
(Mode1) (default), (Mode2): Activates the
1 Display the Settings screen. 04
Sound Retriever function.
(Off): Deactivates the Sound Retriever function.
p Mode2 has a stronger effect than Mode1.
2
Changing the wide screen

AV
2 Touch the star icon of the menu item. 6/10
21 48 mode
The star icon for the selected menu is filled in.
You can set the screen size for the video and JPEG images.
To cancel the registration, touch the star icon in p The default setting is Full, and for JPEG images is
the menu column again. Normal.
p JPEG can be set to either Normal or Trimming in wide
Selecting a shortcut screen mode.
Full 1 Touch the following key.
1 Display the Favourites screen. p The appearance of this key changes according to the current
setting.
3
2 Touch the desired mode.
1 Clock display Full:
Displays the time and date setting screen A 4:3 picture is enlarged in the horizontal direction only,
Refer to Setting the time and date on page 49 enabling you to enjoy an image without any omissions.
2 Touch the desired menu item. 2 S.Rtrv key Zoom:
Switches the sound retriever setting A 4:3 picture is enlarged in the same proportion both verti-
Refer to Setting the Sound Retriever function on page cally and horizontally.
Removing a shortcut 49 Normal:
3 Screen display mode key A 4:3 picture is displayed normally, without changing its
1 Display the Favourites screen. Changes the wide screen mode proportion.
Refer to Changing the wide screen mode on page 49 Trimming
An image is displayed across the entire screen with the
Setting the time and date horizontal-to-vertical ratio left as is. If the screen ratio differs
from the image, the image may be displayed partly cut off
either at the top/bottom or sides.
2 Touch the favourite menu column. 1 Touch the current time on the screen. p This setting is for JPEG images only.
The selected menu item is removed from the Favourites 2 Touch or to set the correct time and p You cannot operate this function while driving.
screen. date. p Different settings can be stored for each video source.
You can operate the following items: Year, month, date, hour, p When a video is viewed in a wide screen mode that does not
You can also remove a shortcut by touching the match its original aspect ratio, it may appear different.
minute.
star icon in the registered menu column. p The video image will appear coarser when viewed in Zoom
p You can change the time display format to 12hour (default)
or 24hour. mode.
p You can change the order of date display format: Day-month-
year, Month-day-year, Year-month-date.
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Other functions Connection
T
Restoring this product to the Precautions CAUTION
p
Secure all wiring with cable clamps or electrical tape.
default settings Do not allow any bare wiring to remain exposed.
t
p
Your new product and this manual Do not directly connect the yellow lead of this product
You can restore settings or recorded content to the default T
to the vehicle battery. If the lead is directly connected
settings. Various methods are used to clear user data. u
Do not operate this product, any applications, or the rear to the battery, engine vibration may eventually cause
s
Method 1: Remove the vehicle battery view camera option (if purchased) if doing so will divert your the insulation to fail at the point where the wire
e
Resets various settings registered to this product. attention in any way from the safe operation of your vehicle. passes from the passenger compartment into the
g
p The settings configured on the Theme screen are not Always observe safe driving rules and follow all existing engine compartment. If the yellow leads insulation
reset. traffic regulations. If you experience difficulty in operating tears as a result of contact with metal parts, short-
Method 2: Restore the default settings from the this product or reading the display, park your vehicle in a circuiting can occur, resulting in considerable danger.
safe location and apply the handbrake before making the It is extremely dangerous to allow cables to become
System menu necessary adjustments. wound around the steering column or gearstick. Be
Method 3: Press the RESET button Do not install this product where it may sure to install this product, its cables, and wiring
Refer to Resetting the microprocessor on page 5 (i) obstruct the drivers vision, away in such so that they will not obstruct or hinder
(ii) impair the performance of any of the vehicles operating driving.
systems of safety features, including airbags, hazard lamp
Restoring the default settings buttons, or
Make sure that the cables and wires will not interfere
with or become caught in any of the vehicles moving
(iii) impair the drivers ability to safely operate the vehicle.
parts, especially the steering wheel, gearstick,
p This setting is available only when you stop your vehicle in a In some cases, it may not be possible to install this product
handbrake, sliding seat tracks, doors, or any of the
safe place and apply the handbrake. because of the vehicle type or the shape of the vehicle
vehicles controls.
interior.
CAUTION Do not route wires where they will be exposed to
Do not turn off the engine while restoring the settings. high temperatures. If the insulation heats up, wires
Important safeguards may become damaged, resulting in a short circuit or
1 Display the System setting screen. malfunction and permanent damage to the product. W
Do not shorten any leads. If you do, the protection t
WARNING circuit (fuse holder, fuse resistor or filter, etc.) may T
Pioneer does not recommend that you install this fail to work properly. (
product yourself. This product is designed for Never feed power to other electronic products by
professional installation only. We recommend that only cutting the insulation of the power supply lead of
2 Touch [Restore Settings]. authorised Pioneer service personnel, who have special this product and tapping into the lead. The current
A message confirming whether to initialise the settings appears. training and experience in mobile electronics, set up and capacity of the lead will be exceeded, causing
3 Touch [Restore]. install this product. NEVER SERVICE THIS PRODUCT overheating.
p The source is turned off and the Bluetooth connection is YOURSELF. Installing or servicing this product and its
disconnected before the process starts. connecting cables may expose you to the risk of electric
shock or other hazards, and can cause damage to this Before installing this product
product that is not covered by warranty. Use this unit with a 12-volt battery and negative earthing
only. Failure to do so may result in a fire or malfunction.
Precautions before connecting To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be sure to discon-
nect the () battery cable before installation.
the system

To prevent damage
WARNING
Do not take any steps to tamper with or disable the WARNING
handbrake interlock system which is in place for your
Use speakers over 50 W (maximum input power) and
protection. Tampering with or disabling the handbrake
between 4 to 8 (impedance value). Do not use 1
interlock system could result in serious injury or death.
to 3 speakers for this unit.
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Connection
The black cable is earth. When installing this unit or c SubWoofer output (STD)/Low range output (NW)
power amp (sold separately), make sure to connect Notice for the blue/white lead
pe.
the earth wire first. Ensure that the earth wire is
properly connected to metal parts of the cars body.
When the ignition switch is turned on (ACC ON), a control Power cord
uct signal is output through the blue/white lead. Connect to an
The earth wire of the power amp and the one of this external power amps system remote control terminal, the
ted
unit or any other device must be connected to the car auto-aerial relay control terminal, or the aerial booster power 1
se
separately with different screws. If the screw for the control terminal (max. 300mA 12VDC). The control signal is
earth wire loosens or falls out, it could result in fire output through the blue/white lead, even if the audio source
2
generation of smoke or malfunction. is switched off.
n
Ground wire POWER AMP
er. This product 3
e 4
5
6
r 7
1 3 8
2
re 9
ng a
4 5
Other devices Metal parts of cars body c
(Another electronic b
device in the car) 9
d
r
When replacing the fuse, be sure to only use a fuse of
the rating prescribed on this product. 8 76
This product cannot be installed in a vehicle without ACC
a
(accessory) position on the ignition switch. 1 To power supply
b 2 Power cord
3 Yellow
c To terminal supplied with power regardless of ignition switch
ACC O O position.
F F
OF

OF
N

4 Red
1 Hideaway TV tuner
To electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (12 V DC)
STAR

STAR

(GEX-1550DTV (sold separately))


ON/OFF.
T T 2 RGB cable (supplied with Hideaway TV tuner)
5 Orange/white
3 Microphone 4 m
To lighting switch terminal.
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
6 Black (earth)
ACC position No ACC position 4 This product
To vehicle (metal) body.
5 Aerial jack
7 Violet/white
6 Power supply
To avoid short-circuiting, cover the disconnected lead with Of the two lead wires connected to the back lamp, connect
7 Fuse (10 A)
insulating tape. It is especially important to insulate all the one in which the voltage changes when the gear shift
8 Wired remote input
unused speaker leads, which if left uncovered may cause a is in the REVERSE (R) position. This connection enables
Hard-wired remote control adapter can be connected (sold
short circuit. the unit to sense whether the car is moving forwardss or
separately).
For connecting a power amp or other devices to this product, backwardss.
9 TV aerial jack (AVH-X7850TV)
refer to the manual for the product to be connected. 8 Yellow/black
d Screw the cable to the terminal.
If you use an equipment with Mute function, wire this lead
a Front output (STD)/High range output (NW)
to the Audio Mute lead on that equipment. If not, keep the
b Rear output (STD)/Middle range output (NW)
Audio Mute lead free of any connections.
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9 Blue/white 6
Connect to system control terminal of the power amp (max.
L R Power amp (sold separately)
300 mA 12 V DC). 3 4 7
a Light green f b d Without internal amp
Used to detect the ON/OFF status of the handbrake. This 8
lead must be connected to the power supply side of the SW c e
handbrake switch. 9
Important
b Power supply side
c Handbrake switch g The speaker leads are not used when this connection is in
d Earth side
use.
b d

h i 1 3
Speaker leads c e 2
4 iP

1
1 To power supply
5 5

2 2 Power cord 3
3 Left
4 Right 1 2
5 Front speaker (STD) or high range speaker (NW)
6
7 7
6 Rear speaker (STD) or middle range speaker (NW)

7 White
8 White/black 3
9 Grey 2
a Grey/black 1 8 iP

b Green 9 9
L R c Green/black co
3 4 d Violet
e Violet/black
5
7 9 f Subwoofer (4) With internal amp Co
F/H g When using a subwoofer of 2, be sure to connect the
8 a subwoofer to the violet and violet/black leads of this unit. Do
not connect anything to the green and green/black leads. Important
h Not used. Front speaker and Rear speaker signals (STD) or middle range
6 b d i Subwoofer (4) 2
speaker and high range speaker signals (NW) are output from
R/M c e
When a subwoofer is connected to this product instead of
the speaker leads when this connection is in use.
a rear speaker, change the rear output setting in the initial
setting. The subwoofer output of this product is monaural. 3
Perform these connections when using a subwoofer without the Refer to Switching the rear speaker output on page 43 1
optional amplifier. With a two-speaker system, do not connect anything to the 2
speaker leads that are not connected to speakers.
8
9 9

1 System remote control


Connect to Blue/white cable. 1
2 Power amp (sold separately) 2
3 Connect with RCA cable (sold separately) 3
4 To Rear output (STD)
To middle range output (NW) 4
5 Rear speaker (STD)
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6 To Front output (STD)
To high range output (NW) iPhone with 30-pin connector Android device
7 Front speaker (STD)
High range speaker (NW)
8 To subwoofer output (STD)
Connecting via the AUX input Connecting via the USB port
To low range output (NW)
9 Subwoofer (STD)
Low range speaker (NW) 4
Please select the appropriate speaker mode between stand- 1
ard mode (STD) and network mode (NW). 1
Refer to On first-time startup on page 9 5
iPhone and smartphone 2

For details on how to connect an external device using a


separately sold cable, refer to the manual for the cable. 2 3
For details concerning the connection, operations and
compatibility of iPhone, refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or
smartphone on page 17. 4
For details concerning the connection and operations of 1 USB port
3 2 USB cable (supplied with CD-MU200 (sold separately))
Android device, refer to Setup for iPod / iPhone or smartphone
on page 17. 3 USB - micro USB cable (Type USB A - micro USB B) (sup-
plied with CD-MU200 (sold separately))
1 USB port 4 Android device
iPhone with Lightning 2 AUX input
USB cable 1.5 m
connector
3
4 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU201V) (sold Camera
separately)
5 iPhone with 30-pin connector About rear view camera
Connecting via the USB port When you use the rear view camera, the rear view image is
automatically switched from the video by moving the gearstick
Connecting via the USB port to REVERSE (R). Camera View mode also allows you to check
4 what is behind you while driving.
nge WARNING
om
4
USE INPUT ONLY FOR REVERSE OR MIRROR IMAGE REAR
1 1 VIEW CAMERA. OTHER USE MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR
DAMAGE.
CAUTION
The screen image may appear reversed.
3 With the rear view camera you can keep an eye on
2 trailers, or back into a tight parking spot. Do not use for
2 3 entertainment purposes.
Objects in rear view may appear closer or more distant
1 USB port than in reality.
2 USB cable 1.5 m The image area of full-screen images displayed while
3 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU52) (sold 1 USB port
backing or checking the rear of the vehicle may differ
separately) 2 USB cable 1.5 m
slightly.
4 iPhone with Lightning connector 3 USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone (CD-IU51) (sold
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c To Yellow
1
External video component and d To Red, white Pr
the display e
f
To video output
To audio outputs C
g External video component (sold separately) Nev
1 The appropriate setting is required to use the external video tha
2 3 2 component. C
Refer to AV input on page 37 s
3 M
8 WARNING
4 5 NEVER install the rear display in a location that enables v
6 the driver to watch the video source while driving. s
This products rear video output is for connection of a display T
4 to enable passengers in the rear seats to watch the video s
source. a
p
7 6 c
5 t
d
1 This product w
2 Power supply D
3 Power cord 8 (
4 Violet/white (REVERSE-GEAR SIGNAL INPUT) (
Refer to Power cord on page 51 b a o
5 Rear view camera (ND-BC8) (sold separately) 9 7 a
6 To video output (
7 RCA cable (supplied with ND-BC8) v
8 Brown (REAR VIEW CAMERA IN) c d
N
Connect only the rear view camera to REAR VIEW CAMERA
p
IN. Do not connect any other equipment.
3 o
Some appropriate settings are required to use rear view
cameras. t
Refer to Setting the rear view camera on page 39 d

Be
e f
g

1 Rear display with RCA input jacks


2 To video input
3 RCA cables (sold separately)
4 This product In
5 Yellow (REAR MONITOR OUTPUT)

6 AUX input
7 Mini-jack AV cable (CD-RM10) (sold separately)

8 Yellow

9 Red, white
a Red, white (AUDIO INPUT)

b Yellow (VIDEO INPUT)
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Install this product horizontally on a surface within 0to
Precautions before installation 30degrees tolerance (within 5degrees to the left or right).
1
Improper installation of the unit with the surface tilted more
CAUTION than these tolerances increases the potential for errors in 2
Never install this product in places where, or in a manner the vehicles location display, and might otherwise cause
eo that: reduced display performance.
Could injure the driver or passengers if the vehicle 3
stops suddenly.
May interfere with the drivers operation of the
es vehicle, such as on the floor in front of the drivers 1 Dashboard
seat, or close to the steering wheel or gearstick. 2 Leave gap
To ensure proper installation, be sure to use the When installing, to ensure proper heat dispersal when using 3 LCD panel
ay
supplied parts in the manner specified. If any parts this unit, make sure you leave ample space behind the rear
are not supplied with this product, use compatible
parts in the manner specified after you have the parts
panel and wrap any loose cables so they are not blocking the DIN front/rear-mount
vents.
compatibility checked by your dealer. If parts other This unit can be properly installed using either front-mount or
than supplied or compatible ones are used, they may rear-mount installation.
damage internal parts of this product or they may Use commercially available parts when installing.
work loose and the product may become detached.
Do not install this product where it may DIN Front-mount
(i) obstruct the drivers vision, Leave ample
(ii) impair the performance of any of the vehicles space 5 cm
operating systems or safety features, including 1 Decide the position of the side brackets.
airbags, hazard lamp buttons or When installing in a shallow space, change the position of side
(iii) impair the drivers ability to safely operate the 5 cm
brackets (small).
vehicle.
Never install this product in front of or next to the
place in the dashboard, door, or pillar from which one
of your vehicles airbags would deploy. Please refer
to your vehicles owners manual for reference to the The cords must not cover up the area shown in the figure
deployment area of the frontal airbags. below. This is necessary to allow the amplifiers to radiate
freely.

Before installing
Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires
drilling holes or other modifications of the vehicle.
Before making a final installation of this product, temporarily
connect the wiring to confirm that the connections are 1
correct and the system works properly. 2
1 1 Side bracket (small)
Installation notes 2 Flush surface screw (5 mm 6 mm)
1 Do not cover this area.
Do not install this product in places subject to high tempera- Make sure you leave enough gap between the dashboard 2 Install the unit into the dashboard.
tures or humidity, such as: and the LCD panel of this unit so the LCD panel can be Insert the mounting sleeve into the dashboard. And then secure
Places close to a heater, vent or air conditioner. opened and closed without contacting with the dashboard. the mounting sleeve by using a screwdriver to bend the metal
Places exposed to direct sunlight, such as on top of the tabs (90) into place.
dashboard.
Places that may be exposed to rain, such as close to the door
or on the vehicles floor.
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Use any of binding screws (4 mm 3 mm), binding screws (5 Inst
1 mm 6 mm) or flush surface screws (5 mm 6 mm), depend- Installing the microphone pos
ing on the shape of screw holes in the bracket. in th
X7850BT X7850TV
182 1 Install the microphone in a place where its direction and dis-
tance from the driver make it easiest to pick up the drivers In
53 voice.
Be sure to turn off (ACC OFF) the product before connecting
co
the microphone.
1

2 Mounting on the sun visor


2 1 Fit the microphone lead into the groove.

3 3
1
1 Screw
4 2 Dashboard or console
3 Factory radio mounting bracket
2
1 Dashboard
2 Mounting sleeve In some types of vehicles, discrepancy may occur between
3 Side bracket the unit and the dashboard. If this happens, use the supplied 1
4 Screw (2 mm 3 mm) frame to fill the gap. 2
1 Microphone lead
2
DIN Rear-mount Removing the unit 2 Groove
2 Attach the microphone clip to the sun visor.
Extend top and bottom of the trim ring outwards to remove the
1 Determine the appropriate position where the trim ring. And then loosen the screws (2 mm 3 mm) to remove 1
holes on the bracket and the side of the unit the mounting sleeve.
match. When reattaching the trim ring, push the trim ring onto the
When installing in a shallow space, use the following screw unit until it clicks. (If the trim ring is attached upside down,
holes. the trim ring will not fit properly.)

1 1
1
1
2 3 2
1 Microphone clip
1 Mounting sleeve
2 Clamps
2 Screw (2 mm 3 mm)
Use separately sold clamps to secure the lead where neces- 3
1 Use binding screws (4 mm 3 mm) only. 3 Trim ring
sary inside the vehicle.
2 Tighten two screws on each side.
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Install the microphone on the sun visor when it is in the up
position. It cannot recognise the drivers voice if the sun visor is Adjusting the microphone Allowable area for installation
in the down position.
angle
dis-
s Installation on the steering
ng
column
1 Detach the microphone base from the micro-
phone clip by sliding the microphone base
while pressing the tab.

Installing the TV aerial


1
X7850TV

CAUTION
This TV aerial is dedicated for inside of the vehicle. Do not
2 install it outside of the vehicle.

1 Tab
2 Microphone base Assembling the TV aerial
2 Mount the microphone on the steering column. 1 Screw the rod to the aerial

1 Windshield with ceramic line


2 Windshield without ceramic line
3 Allowable area for installation: Within 25 mm
4 Windshield
2 1 Aerial
2 Rod

Mounting the TV aerial


1 Double-sided tape 1 Check the installation location.
2 Clamps
2 Remove the sheet from the back of TV aerial,
Use separately sold clamps to secure the lead where neces-
sary inside the vehicle. and attach the TV aerial to the windshield.
Wipe the humidity, dust, dirt and oil from the installation
es- 3 Keeping it away from the steering wheel. location.
Attach the TV aerial within the following allowable area.

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Troubleshooting No sounds are produced. The volume level will not rise.
Cables are not connected correctly.
iPod cannot be operated.
The iPod is frozen.
The

Connect the cables correctly. Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface cable for iPod /
If you have problems operating this product, refer to this section. The system is performing still, slow motion, or frame-by- iPhone.
The most common problems are listed below, along with likely frame playback with DVD-Video. Update the iPod software version.
causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot There is no sound during still, slow motion, or frame-by- An error has occurred.
be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorised frame playback with DVD-Video. Reconnect the iPod with the USB interface cable for iPod /
Pioneer service facility. The system is paused or performing, fast reverse or forwards iPhone.
during the disc playback. Park your vehicle in a safe place, and turn off the engine. The
Common problems For the media other than music CD (CD-DA), there is no Turn the ignition key back to off (ACC OFF). Then restart
A black screen is displayed, and operation is not possible sound on fast reverse or forwards. the engine, and turn the power to this product back on.
using the touch panel keys. The icon is displayed, and operation is impossible. Update the iPod software version.
Power OFF mode is on. The operation is not compatible with the video configuration. Cables are not connected correctly.
Press any button on this product to release the mode. This operation is not possible. (For example, the DVD Connect the cables correctly.
playing does not feature that angle, audio system, subtitle Sound from the iPod cannot be heard.
language, etc.) The audio output direction may switch automatically when
Problems with the AV screen The picture stops (pauses) and this product cannot be the Bluetooth and USB connections are used at the same
CD or DVD playback is not possible. operated. time.
The disc is inserted upside down. The reading of data is impossible during disc playback. Use the iPod to change the audio output direction.
Insert the disc with the label upward. Stop playback once, then restart.
The disc is dirty. The picture is stretched, with an incorrect aspect ratio. Er
Clean the disc. The aspect setting is incorrect for the display.
Problems with the phone screen
The disc is cracked or otherwise damaged. Select the appropriate setting for that image. Dialling is impossible because the touch panel keys for Wh
Insert a normal, round disc. dialling are inactive. app
A parental lock message is displayed and DVD playback
The files on the disc are in an irregular file format. Your phone is out of range for service. pro
Check the file format. is not possible. Retry after re-entering the range for service.
The parental lock is on. per
The disc format cannot be played back. The connection between the mobile phone and this product you
Replace the disc. Turn the parental lock off or change the level. cannot be established now.
The loaded disc is a type this product cannot play. The parental lock for DVD playback cannot be cancelled. Perform the connection process.
Check what type of disc it is. The code number is incorrect. Of the two mobile phones connected to this product at the
Co
Input the correct code number. same time, if the first phone is dialling, ringing or a call is AM
The screen is covered by a caution message and the video
Playback is not with the audio language and subtitle in progress, dialling cannot be performed on the second
cannot be shown.
The handbrake lead is not connected or applied. language settings selected in DVD/DivX Setup. phone.
When the operation on the first of the two mobile phones
Connect the handbrake lead correctly, and apply the The DVD playing does not feature dialogue or subtitles in the
handbrake. language selected in DVD/DivX Setup. is completed, use the switch devices key to switch to the
The handbrake interlock is activated. Switching to a selected language is not possible if the second phone and then dial.
Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the handbrake. language selected in DVD/DivX Setup is not recorded
No video output from the connected equipment. on the disc.
Problems with the Application screen
The AV Input or AUX Input setting is incorrect. The picture is extremely unclear/distorted and dark during
A black screen is displayed.
Pa
Correct the settings. playback.
While operating an application, the application was ended Erro
The audio or video skips. The disc features a signal to prohibit copying. (Some discs
on the smartphone side.
This product is not firmly secured. may have this.)
Press to display the Top menu screen.
Secure this product firmly. Since this product is compatible with the copy guard
analogue copy protect system, the picture may suffer from The smartphone OS may be awaiting screen operation.
horizontal stripes or other imperfections when a disc with Stop the vehicle in a safe place and check the screen on Skip
that kind of protection signal is viewed on some displays. the smartphone.
This is not a malfunction.

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The screen is displayed, but operation does not work at all. Check Device Different Region Disc
An error has occurred. You are not logged in to the Pandora application. The disc does not have the same region number as this
od / Park your vehicle in a safe place, and then turn off the Please log in to the Pandora application. product.
ignition switch (ACC OFF). Subsequently, turn the ignition Incompatible USB Replace the DVD with one bearing the correct region
switch to on (ACC ON) again. The connected USB storage device is not supported by this number.
When an Android device is connected, disconnect the product. Unplayable Disc
od / Bluetooth connection from this product and then recon- Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible This type of disc cannot be played on this product.
nect it. USB storage device. Replace the disc with one that can be played on this
e. The smartphone was not charged. product.
t Check USB
Charging stopped because the temperature of the smart- The USB connector or USB cable has short-circuited. Unplayable File
phone rose due to prolonged use of the smartphone during Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught This type of file cannot be played on this product.
charging. in something or damaged. Select a file that can be played.
Disconnect the smartphone from the cable, and wait until The connected USB storage device consumes more than
the smartphone cools down. Skipped
maximum allowable current. The inserted disc contains DRM protected files.
More battery power was consumed than was gained from Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn
n charging. The protected files are skipped.
the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then
This problem may be resolved by stopping any unneces- connect a compliant USB storage device. Protect
sary services on the smartphone. All the files on the inserted disc are embedded with DRM.
Cannot play music due to licensing restrictions. Replace the disc.
The Pandora application is accessed/relocated from outside
the licencing region. TEMP
Error messages Access Pandora from within the licencing region. The temperature of this product is outside the normal operat-
ing range.
Wait until this product returns to a temperature within the
When problems occur with this product, an error message
normal operating limits.
appears on the display. Refer to the table below to identify the Spotify
problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error This DivX rental has expired.
Skip limit reached.
persists, record the error message and contact your dealer or The inserted disc contains expired DivX VOD content.
Skip limit reached.
ct your nearest Pioneer service centre. Select a file that can be played.
Do not exceed the skip limit.
Spotify limits the total number of skips per hour. Unable to write to flash memory.
e
Common Check USB
The playback history for VOD contents cannot be saved for
some reason.
AMP Error The USB connector or USB cable has short-circuited.
Retry.
This product fails to operate or the speaker connection is Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught
If the message appears frequently, consult your dealer.
incorrect; the protective circuit is activated. in something or damaged.
es Check the speaker connection. If the message fails to The connected USB storage device consumes more than Your device is not authorized to play this DivX protected
e disappear even after the engine is switched off/on, contact maximum allowable current. video.
your dealer or an authorised Pioneer Service Station for Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn This products DivX registration code has not been author-
assistance. the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then ised by the DivX VOD contents provider.
connect a compliant USB storage device. Register this product to the DivX VOD contents provider.
en Video frame rate not supported
Pandora DivX files frame rate is more than 30 fps.
d Error-19 Disc Select a file that can be played.
Communication failed. Error-02-XX/FF-FF Audio Format not supported
Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPods main The disc is dirty. This type of file is not supported on this product.
menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it. Clean the disc. Select a file that can be played.
n Skip limit reached. The disc is scratched.
Skip limit reached. Replace the disc.
Do not exceed the skip limit. The disc is loaded upside down.
Pandora limits the total number of skips per hour. Check that the disc is loaded correctly.
There is an electrical or mechanical error.
Press the RESET button.
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Use 12-cm discs. Do not use 8-cm discs or an adapter for
USB storage device USB was disconnected for device protection. Do not re-in-
8-cm discs.
Error-02-9X/-DX sert this USB memory into the unit. Please restart the unit.
The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. When using discs that can be printed on label surfaces,
Communication failed. check the instructions and the warnings of the discs.
Turn the ignition switch OFF and back ON. Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught
Depending on the discs, inserting and ejecting may not be
Disconnect the USB storage device. in something or damaged.
possible. Using such discs may result in damage to this
CD
Change to a different source. Then, return to the USB The connected USB storage device consumes more than
maximum allowable current. equipment.
storage device. Do not attach labels, write on or apply chemicals to the
Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn
Unplayable File the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then surface of the discs.
This type of file cannot be played on this product. connect a compliant USB storage device. Do not attach commercially available labels or other materi-
Select a file that can be played. The USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone is short-circuited. als to the discs.
Security for the connected USB storage device is enabled. Confirm that the USB interface cable for iPod / iPhone or To clean a disc, wipe it with a soft cloth, moving outward
Follow the USB storage device instructions to disable USB cable is not caught in something or damaged. from the centre.
security. Condensation may temporarily impair the built-in drives
Audio Format not supported performance.
Skipped This type of file is not supported on this product.
The connected USB storage device contains DRM protected Playback of discs may not be possible because of disc
Select a file that can be played. characteristics, disc format, recorded application, playback
files.
The protected files are skipped. environment, storage conditions and so on.
Protect iPod
Road shocks may interrupt disc playback. AV
Read the precautions for discs before using them.
All the files on the connected USB storage device are Error-02-6X/-9X/-DX
embedded with DRM. This
iPod failure. Ambient conditions for playing a disc
Replace the USB storage device. (Ad
Disconnect the cable from the iPod. Once the iPods main
Incompatible USB AVC
menu is displayed, reconnect the iPod and reset it.
The connected USB storage device is not supported by this At extremely high temperatures, a temperature cutout
Error-02-67
product. The iPod firmware version is old.
protects this product by switching it off automatically. Pl
Disconnect your device and replace it with a compatible Despite our careful design of the product, small scratches
Update the iPod version.
USB storage device. that do not affect actual operation may appear on the disc
surface as a result of mechanical wear, ambient conditions
Check USB
for use or handling of the disc. This is not a sign of the
The USB connector or USB cable is short-circuited. Bluetooth malfunction of this product. Consider it to be normal wear
Check that the USB connector or USB cable is not caught
Error-10 and tear.
in something or damaged.
The power failed for the Bluetooth module of this product.
The connected USB storage device consumes more than
Turn the ignition switch to OFF and then to ON.
maximum allowable current.
Disconnect the USB storage device and do not use it. Turn
If the error message is still displayed after performing the Playable discs
above action, please contact your dealer or an authorised
the ignition switch to OFF, then to ACC or ON and then
Pioneer Service Station.
connect a compliant USB storage device. DVD-Video
HUB Error
The connected USB hub is not supported by this product.
Directly connect the USB storage device to this product. Handling and care of discs
No Response Some basic precautions are necessary when handling your
This product cannot recognise the connected USB storage
discs.
device.
Disconnect the device and replace it with another USB
storage device. Built-in drive and care Do
Use only conventional, fully circular discs. Do not use is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing This
shaped discs. Corporation. the
Do not use cracked, chipped, warped, or otherwise damaged
discs as they may damage the built-in drive.
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It is not possible to play DVD-Audio discs. This DVD drive p Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. It may not be possible to playback CD-R/CD-RW discs
may not be able to play all discs bearing the marks shown Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby recorded on a music CD recorder or a computer because
above. Laboratories. of disc characteristics, scratches or dirt on the disc, or dirt,
scratches or condensation on the lens of the built-in drive.
e Playback of discs recorded on a computer may not be pos-
CD sible, depending on the recording device, writing software,
their settings, and other environmental factors.
Please record with the correct format. (For details, please
contact manufacturer of media, recorders, or writing
ri- software.)
Titles and other text information recorded on a CD-R/CD-RW
disc may not be displayed by this product (in the case of
audio data (CD-DA)).
Detailed information for playa- Read the precautions with CD-R/CD-RW discs before using
them.
ble media
ck Common notes about the USB storage
Compatibility device
AVCHD recorded discs Do not leave the USB storage device in any location with
high temperatures.
This unit is not compatible with discs recorded in AVCHD Common notes about disc Depending on the kind of the USB storage device you use,
sc (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) format. Do not insert compatibility this product may not recognise the storage device or files
AVCHD discs. If inserted, the disc may not be ejected. may not be played back properly.
Certain functions of this product may not be available for The text information of some audio and video files may not
some discs. be correctly displayed.
Playing DualDisc Compatibility with all discs is not guaranteed. File extensions must be used properly.
s
It is not possible to playback DVD-ROM/DVD-RAM discs. There may be a slight delay when starting playback of files
c
DualDiscs are two-sided discs that have a recordable CD Playback of discs may become impossible with direct expo- on an USB storage device with complex folder hierarchies.
ns
for audio on one side and a recordable DVD for video on the sure to sunlight, high temperatures, or depending on the Operations may vary depending on the kind of an USB
other. storage conditions in the vehicle. storage device.
r
Playback of the DVD side is possible with this product. It may not be possible to play some music files from USB
However, since the CD side of DualDiscs is not physically DVD-Video discs because of file characteristics, file format, recorded applica-
compatible with the general CD standard, it may not be DVD-Video discs that have incompatible region numbers tion, playback environment, storage conditions, and so on.
possible to play the CD side with this product. cannot be played on this DVD drive. The region number of
Frequent loading and ejecting of a DualDisc may result in USB storage device compatibility
the player can be found on this products chassis. For details about USB storage device compatibility with this
scratches to the disc.
product, refer to Specifications on page 66.
Serious scratches can lead to playback problems on this DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD-R SL (Single Protocol: bulk
product. In some cases, a DualDisc may become stuck Layer)/DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs
in the disc-loading slot and will not eject. To prevent this, You cannot connect a USB storage device to this product via
we recommend you refrain from using DualDisc with this Unfinalised discs which have been recorded with the Video a USB hub.
product. format (video mode) cannot be played back. Partitioned USB storage device is not compatible with this
Please refer to the manufacturer for more detailed informa- Discs which have been recorded with the Video Recording product.
tion about DualDiscs. format (VR mode) cannot be played back. Firmly secure the USB storage device when driving. Do not
DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs which have been recorded with let the USB storage device fall onto the floor, where it may
Layer Jump recording cannot be played back. become jammed under the brake or accelerator.
Dolby Digital For detailed information about recording mode, please There may be a slight delay when starting playback of audio
contact the manufacturer of media, recorders, or writing files encoded with image data.
This product will down-mix Dolby Digital signals internally and software. Some USB storage devices connected to this product may
the sound will be output in stereo. generate noise on the radio.
CD-R/CD-RW discs Do not connect anything other than the USB storage device.
The sequence of audio files on USB storage device
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For USB storage device, the sequence is different from that of For materials that use a high transfer rate, the subtitles and Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR US
USB storage device. video may not be completely synchronised. Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz,48 kHz File
If multiple subtitles are programed to display within a very for emphasis) Bit
Handling guidelines and supplemental information
short time frame, such as 0.1 seconds, the subtitles may not ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 Sam
This product is not compatible with the Multi Media Card
be displayed at the correct time.
(MMC). USB storage device
Copyright protected files cannot be played back. File extension: .mp3
FL
Media compatibility chart Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR
US
Common notes about DivX files Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
File
ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
Notes specific to DivX files Bit
Only DivX files downloaded from DivX partner sites are guar-
General WMA compatibility Sam
anteed for proper operation. Unauthorised DivX files may not Maximum playback time of audio file stored in the disc: 60 h
operate properly. Maximum playback time of audio file stored on an USB This product is not compatible with the following: Windows Di
storage device: 7.5 h (450 minutes) Media Audio 9 Professional, Lossless, Voice
DRM rental files cannot be operated until playing back is
started. CD-R/-RW CD-R/-RW
This product corresponds to a DivX file display of up to 1 590 File system: ISO9660 level 1.ISO9660 level 2.Romeo, Joliet.UDF File extension: .wma
minutes 43 seconds. Search operations beyond this time Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR
1.02/1.50/2.00/2.01/2.50
limit are prohibited. Maximum number of folders: 700 Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
DivX VOD file playback requires supplying the ID code of this Maximum number of files: 999 DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW
product to the DivX VOD provider. Regarding the ID code,
Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2, File extension: .wma
refer to Displaying your DivX VOD registration code on page MPEG4 Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR
48.
DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
For details on the Divx video versions that can be played on
this product, refer to Specifications on page 66. File system: ISO9660 level 1.ISO9660 level 2.Romeo, Joliet.UDF USB storage device
For more details about DivX, visit the following site: 1.02/1.50/2.00/2.01/2.50 File extension: .wma
http://www.divx.com/ Maximum number of folders: 700 Bit rate: 5 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR
Maximum number of files: 3 500 Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
DivX subtitle files Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2,
Srt format subtitle files with the extension .srt can be used. WAV compatibility CD
MPEG4
Only one subtitle file can be used for each DivX file. Multiple File
subtitle files cannot be associated. USB storage device The sampling frequency shown in the display may be Pro
Subtitle files that are named with the same character string File system: FAT16/FAT32 rounded. Ver.
as the DivX file before the extension are associated with the Maximum number of folders: 1 500 WAV files on the CD-R/-RW, DVD-R/-RW/-R SL/-R DL cannot Com
DivX file. The character strings before the extension must be Maximum number of files: 15 000 be played. Bit
exactly the same. However, if there is only one DivX file and Playable file types: MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, H.264, MPEG4, USB storage device Sam
one subtitle file in a single folder, the files are associated JPEG File extension: .wav 48 k
even if the file names are not the same. Format: Linear PCM (LPCM) Max
The subtitle file must be stored in the same folder as the MP3 compatibility Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz Max
DivX file. Ver. 2.x of ID3 tag is prioritised when both Ver. 1.x and Ver. 2.x Quantization bits: 8 bits and 16 bits DV
Up to 255subtitle files may be used. Any more subtitle files exist. File
will not be recognised. This product is not compatible with the following: MP3i (MP3 AAC compatibility Pro
Up to 64characters can be used for the name of the subtitle interactive), mp3 PRO, m3u playlist This product plays back AAC files encoded by iTunes. Ver.
file, including the extension. If more than 64characters
CD-R/-RW Com
are used for the file name, the subtitle file may not be CD-R/-RW
File extension: .mp3 Bit
recognised. File extension: .m4a
Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Sam
The character code for the subtitle file should comply with Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR)
Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz,48 kHz 48 k
ISO-8859-1. Using characters other than ISO-8859-1 may Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 44.1 kHz
for emphasis) Max
cause the characters to be displayed incorrectly.
ID3 tag: ID3 tag Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW Max
The subtitles may not be displayed correctly if the displayed
File extension: .m4a
characters in the subtitle file include control code. DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR)
File extension: .mp3 Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 44.1 kHz
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USB storage device Video files compatibility (USB) Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit
z File extension: .m4a rate.
Files may not be played back properly depending on the
Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR)
environment in which the file was created or on the contents .mkv
Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
of the file. Format: MPEG-4/H.264
FLAC compatibility This product is not compatible with packet write data Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base
transfer. Line Profile)
USB storage device This product can recognise up to 32 characters, beginning Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3/AC-3
File extension: .flac with the first character, including extension for the file and Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels
Bit rate: 8 kbps, 16 kbps, 24 kbps folder name. Depending on the display area, this product Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps
Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz may try to display them with a reduced font size. However, Maximum file size: 2 GB
the maximum number of the characters that you can display Maximum playback time: 150 minutes
ws DivX compatibility varies according to the width of each character, and of the Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit
display area. rate.
This product is not compatible with the following: DivX Ultra
Folder selection sequence or other operations may be
format, DivX files without video data, DivX files encoded with .mov
altered, depending on the encoding or writing software.
LPCM (Linear PCM) audio codec Format: MPEG-4/H.264
Regardless of the length of blank section between the songs
Depending on the file information composition, such as the Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base
of original recording, compressed audio discs play with a
number of audio streams, there may be a slight delay in the Line Profile)
short pause between songs.
start of playback on discs. Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3
If a file contains more than 4 GB, playback stops before the .avi Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels
end. Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps
Some special operations may be prohibited because of the Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base Maximum file size: 2 GB
composition of DivX files. Line Profile) Maximum playback time: 150 minutes
Files with high transfer rates may not be played back cor- Compatible audio codec: Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit
rectly. The standard transfer rate is 4 Mbps for CDs and 10.08 Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels rate.
Mbps for DVDs. Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps
DivX files on the USB storage device cannot be played. Maximum file size: 2 GB Example of a hierarchy
Maximum playback time: 150 minutes This product assigns folder numbers. The user cannot
CD-R/-RW
Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit assign folder numbers.
File extension: .avi/.divx
rate.
Profile (DivX version): Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/

ot
Ver. 6.x
Compatible audio codec: MP3, Dolby Digital
.mp4
Format: MPEG-4/H.264
Bluetooth
Bit rate (MP3): 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base
Sampling frequency (MP3): 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, Line Profile)
48 kHz for emphasis) Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3
Maximum image size: 720 pixels 576 pixels Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels
Maximum file size: 4 GB Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps
Maximum file size: 2 GB
DVD-R/-R SL/-R DL/ DVD-RW
Maximum playback time: 150 minutes
File extension: .avi/.divx
Files may not be able to be played back depending on the bit
Profile (DivX version): Home Theater Ver. 3.11/Ver. 4.x/Ver. 5.x/
rate.
Ver. 6.x
Compatible audio codec: MP3, Dolby Digital .3gp
Bit rate (MP3): 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR Format: MPEG-4/H.264 The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks
Sampling frequency (MP3): 16 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, Compatible video codec: MPEG-4 (Simple Profile)/H.264 (Base owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
48 kHz for emphasis) Line Profile) PIONEER CORPORATION is under license. Other trademarks
Maximum image size: 720 pixels 576 pixels Compatible audio codec: AAC/Linear PCM (LPCM) MP3 and trade names are those of their respective owners.
Maximum file size: 4 GB Maximum resolution: 640 pixels x 360 pixels
Maximum Frame rate: 30 fps
Maximum file size: 2 GB
Maximum playback time: 150 minutes
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DivX Certified devices have been tested for high-quality DivX
WMA (.divx, .avi) video playback. When you see the DivX logo, you
iPhone and iPod iT
know you have the freedom to play your favourite DivX movies.
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark iTun
DivX, DivX Certified and associated logos are trademarks of
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other oth
DivX, LLC and are used under license.
countries.
This DivX Certified device has passed rigorous testing to ensure
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft
it plays DivX video.
Corporation and cannot be used or distributed without a license
To play purchased DivX movies, first register your device at vod.
U
from Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
divx.com. Find your registration code in the DivX VOD section of
your device setup menu.
co
FLAC Refer to Displaying your DivX VOD registration code on page
I
48
Copyright 2000-2009 Josh Coalson Req
Copyright 2011-2013 Xiph.Org Foundation serv
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or AAC Made for iPod and Made for iPhone mean that an electronic
L
accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or
without modification, are permitted provided that the following c
AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to an audio iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to
conditions are met: t
compression technology standard used with MPEG-2 and meet Apple performance standards.
Redistributions of source code must retain the above A
MPEG-4. Several applications can be used to encode AAC files, Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following S
but file formats and extensions differ depending on the appli- compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
disclaimer. N
cation which is used to encode. This unit plays back AAC files Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above v
encoded by iTunes. may affect wireless performance.
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following y
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trade-
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
marks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. c
provided with the distribution. Android C
Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names
Lightning n
of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote prod- Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
O
ucts derived from this software without specific prior written
permission. t
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS Detailed information regarding Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
Lim
AND CONTRIBUTORS AS IS AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
connected iPod devices App Store A
a
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost from an t
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT iPod, even if that data is lost while using this product. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. I
SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR Please back up your iPod data regularly. S
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
Do not leave the iPod in direct sunlight for extended iOS r
amounts of time. Extended exposure to direct sunlight a
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
can result in iPod malfunction due to the resulting high A
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS iOS is a trademark on which Cisco holds the trademark right in
temperature. s
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF the US and certain other countries.
Do not leave the iPod in any location with high b
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY temperatures. f
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED Firmly secure the iPod when driving. Do not let the iPod f
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the f
brake or accelerator. c
For details, refer to the iPod manuals.
DivX
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Pan
trad
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Pandora is only available in certain countries. Please visit http://
iTunes www.pandora.com/legal for more information. Using the LCD screen correctly
iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries. Spotify Handling the LCD screen
When the LCD screen is subjected to direct sunlight for
Using app-based connected a long period of time, it will become very hot, resulting in
content possible damage to the LCD screen. When not using this
product, avoid exposing it to direct sunlight as much as
possible.
IMPORTANT The LCD screen should be used within the temperature
Requirements to access app-based connected content ranges shown in Specifications on page 66.
ic services using this product: Do not use the LCD screen at temperatures higher or lower
or Latest version of the Pioneer compatible connected than the operating temperature range, because the LCD
o content application(s) for the smartphone, available from screen may not operate normally and could be damaged.
SPOTIFY and the Spotify logo are among the registered trade- The LCD screen is exposed in order to increase its visibility
the service provider, downloaded to your smartphone.
marks of Spotify AB. Compatible mobile digital devices and within the vehicle. Please do not press strongly on it as this
A current account with the content service provider. premium subscription required, where available, see http://
Smartphone Data Plan. may damage it.
pioneer.eu/spotify. Do not push the LCD screen with excessive force as this may
Note: if the Data Plan for your smartphone does not pro-
vide for unlimited data usage, additional charges from scratch it.
e- your carrier may apply for accessing app-based connected Notice regarding video viewing Never touch the LCD screen with anything besidess your
s. content via 3G, EDGE and/or LTE (4G) networks. finger when operating the touch panel functions. The LCD
Remember that use of this system for commercial or public view- screen can scratch easily.
Connection to the Internet via 3G, EDGE, LTE (4G) or Wi-Fi
ing purposes may constitute an infringement on the authors
network.
rights as protected by the Copyright Law. Liquid crystal display (LCD) screen
Optional Pioneer adapter cable connecting your iPhone to
this product.
Limitations: Notice regarding DVD-Video If the LCD screen is near the vent of an air conditioner, make
sure that air from the air conditioner is not blowing on it.
Access to app-based connected content will depend on the viewing Heat from the heater may break the LCD screen, and cool
availability of cellular and/or Wi-Fi network coverage for
This item incorporates copy protection technology that is pro- air from the cooler may cause moisture to form inside this
the purpose of allowing your smartphone to connect to the product, resulting in possible damage.
Internet. tected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights of
Rovi Corporation. Reverse engineering and disassembly are Small black dots or white dots (bright dots) may appear on
Service availability may be geographically limited to the the LCD screen. These are due to the characteristics of the
region. Consult the connected content service provider for prohibited.
LCD screen and do not indicate a malfunction.
additional information. The LCD screen will be difficult to see if it is exposed to direct
n Ability of this product to access connected content is Notice regarding MP3 file sunlight.
subject to change without notice and could be affected When using a mobile phone, keep the aerial of the mobile
by any of the following: compatibility issues with future usage phone away from the LCD screen to prevent disruption of the
firmware versions of smartphone; compatibility issues with video in the form of disturbances such as spots or coloured
future versions of the connected content application(s) Supply of this product only conveys a license for private, stripes.
for the smartphone; changes to or discontinuation of the non-commercial use and does not convey a license nor imply
connected Content application(s) or service by its provider. any right to use this product in any commercial (i.e. revenue-gen-
erating) real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or Maintaining the LCD screen
any other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet, intranets
Pandora and/or other networks or in other electronic content distribution When removing dust from or cleaning the LCD screen, first
systems, such as pay-audio or audio-on-demand applications. turn this product off and then wipe the screen with a soft dry
Pandora, the Pandora logo, and the Pandora trade dress are An independent license for such use is required. For details, cloth.
trademarks or registered trademarks of Pandora Media, Inc. please visit When wiping the LCD screen, take care not to scratch the
Used with permission. http://www.mp3licensing.com. surface. Do not use harsh or abrasive chemical cleaners.
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LED (light-emitting diode) backlight Frequency......... 50Hz/80Hz/125Hz/200Hz/315Hz/500Hz/800Hz Frequency response ...... 5Hz to 22 000Hz (with DVD, at sampling AM
/1.25kHz/2kHz/3.15kHz/5kHz/8kHz/12.5kHz frequency 48kHz)
Gain ................................................................... 12dB (2dB /step) Signal-to-noise ratio ......91dB (1kHz) (IEC-A network) (RCA level) Freq
A light emitting diode is used inside the display to illuminate the <Standard Mode> Output level: Freq
LCD screen. HPF: Video .............................................................. 1.0Vp-p/75 (0.2V) Usa
At low temperatures, using the LED backlight may increase Frequency........... 50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz/125Hz/160Hz/200Hz Number of channels...........................................................2 (stereo) Sig
image lag and degrade the image quality because of the Slope ..............6dB/oct, 12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct, OFF MP3 decoding format............................. MPEG-1 & 2Audio Layer 3
characteristics of the LCD screen. Image quality will improve Subwoofer/LPF: WMA decoding format .........Ver.7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2ch audio) TV
with an increase in temperature. Frequency........... 50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz/125Hz/160Hz/200Hz (Windows Media Player) (AV
The product lifetime of the LED backlight is more than Slope ..............6dB/oct, 12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct, OFF AAC decoding format ........... MPEG-4AAC (iTunes encoded only): Col
10 000 hours. However, it may decrease if used in high Gain ...................................................+10dB to 24dB (1dB /step) .m4a (Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Rec
temperatures. Phase....................................................................... Normal/Reverse DivX decoding format . Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6 (Except ultra Sen
If the LED backlight reaches the end of its product lifetime, Time alignment ......................................0 to 140 step (2.5 cm/step) and HD) : .avi, .divx Aer
the screen will become dimmer and the image will no longer Bass boost: MPEG video decoding format .MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 (part2), Aer
be visible. In that case, please consult your dealer or the Gain ........................................................................... +12dB to 0dB MS MPEG-4 (ver. 3) Vide
nearest authorised Pioneer Service Station. Speaker level .....................................+10dB to 24dB (1dB/step) Aud
<Network Mode> USB
HPF (High):
Specifications Frequency ....... ..... 1.25kHz/1.6kHz/2kHz/2.5kHz/3.15kHz/4kHz
USB standard spec ..... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed, USB 2.0 high
speed
/5kHz/6.3kHz/8kHz/10kHz/12.5kHz Max current supply ................................................................... 1.0A
General Slope ...................... 6dB/oct, 12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct USB Class ......... MSC (Mass Storage Class), MTP (Media Transfer
HPF (Mid): Protocol)
Rated power source........................................................... 14.4V DC Frequency .25Hz/31.5Hz/40Hz/50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz/125Hz
( 12V to 14.4V allowable) File system ....................................................................FAT16, FAT32
/160Hz/200Hz/250Hz MP3 decoding format............................. MPEG-1 & 2Audio Layer 3
Earthing system...........................................................Negative type Slope ..............6dB/oct, 12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct, OFF
Maximum current consumption ....................................... .... 10.0A WMA decoding format.........Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2ch audio)
LPF (Mid): (Windows Media Player)
Dimensions (W H D): Frequency ....... ..... 1.25kHz/1.6kHz/2kHz/2.5kHz/3.15kHz/4kHz
DIN AAC decoding format.....MPEG-4AAC (iTunes encoded only) (Ver.
/5kHz/6.3kHz/8kHz/10kHz/12.5kHz 10.6 and earlier)
Chassis ......................................... .... 180mm 50mm 160mm Slope ..............6dB/oct, 12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct, OFF
Nose .................................................... 188mm 58mm 32mm FLAC decoding format ........Ver. 1.3.0 (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
Subwoofer: WAV signal format (MSC Mode only)............................Linear PCM
D Frequency .25Hz/31.5Hz/40Hz/50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz/125Hz
Chassis ......................................... .... 178mm 50mm 165mm Sampling Frequency..........Linear PCM: 16kHz, 22.05kHz, 24kHz,
/160Hz/200Hz/250Hz 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
Nose .................................................... 170mm 46mm 27mm Slope ......12dB/oct, 18dB/oct, 24dB/oct, 30dB/oct, 36dB/
Weight ...................................................................................... 2.0kg JPEG decoding format (MSC Mode only) ................ .jpeg, .jpg, .jpe
oct, OFF Pixel Sampling..................................................................4:2:2, 4:2:0
Gain ...................................................+10dB to 24dB (1dB /step)
Display Phase....................................................................... Normal/Reverse
Decode Size.........MAX: 8 192 (H) x 7 680 (W), MIN: 32 (H) x 32 (W)
H.264 video decoding format ............................... Base Line Profile
Screen size/aspect ratio ................................ .... 7.0inch wide/16:9 Time alignment ......................................0 to 140 step (2.5 cm/step) MPEG4 video decoding format .................................. Simple Profile
(effective display area: 154.1mm 85.9mm) Bass boost:
Pixels ..................................................... .... 1 152 000( 2 400 480) Gain ........................................................................... +12dB to 0dB Bluetooth
Display method......................................... TFT Active matrix driving Speaker level .....................................+10dB to 24dB (1dB/step)
Colour system......... PAL/NTSC/PAL-M/PAL-N/SECAM compatible (AVH-X7850BT/AVH-X7850TV)
DVD drive Version .......................................................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified
Audio System..........DVD-Video, VCD, CD, MP3, WMA, AAC, DivX, MPEG
Output power.............................................................. +4dBm Max.
(Power class 2)
Maximum power output ......................................50W 4ch/4 player Frequency band ...................................... 2 400MHz to 2 483.5MHz
50W 2ch/4 + 70W 1ch/2 (for subwoofer) Usable discs...DVD-VIDEO, VIDEO-CD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R,
Continuous power output ...... 22W 4 (50Hz to 15kHz, 5 %THD, DVD-RW, DVD-RDL FM tuner
4 LOAD, Both Channels Driven) Region number ................................................................................4
Load impedance ............... 4 (4 to 8 [2 for 1ch] allowable) Signal Format: Frequency range ............................................ 87.5MHz to 108MHz
Preout output level (max) .......................................................... 4.0V Sampling frequency........................ 32kHz/44.1kHz/48kHz/96kHz Usable sensitivity ..............12dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N: 30dB)
Equaliser (13-Band Graphic Equaliser): Number of quantization bits.................... 16 bit/20 bit/24 bit; linear Signal-to-noise ratio ......................................72dB (IEC-A network)

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ling AM tuner
vel) Frequency range ...............................530kHz to 1 640kHz (10kHz)
Frequency range .................................531kHz to 1 602kHz (9kHz)
2V) Usable sensitivity ................................................ 28 V (S/N: 20dB)
reo) Signal-to-noise ratio ..................................... 62dB (IEC-A network)
er 3
dio) TV tuner
(AVH-X7850TV)
nly): Colour System......................................................................... ISDB-T
Reception Channel...................................................... Ch14 to Ch69
ltra Sensitivity............................................................ less than -95dBm
Aerial input..................................................................................50
rt2), Aerial terminal type...........................................1ch (SMA plug type)
Video Format ............................... AVC/H.264, BP@L1.3, 320 240
Audio Format ................................. MPEG4 HE-AAC@L2, SBR+PS
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Gracias por comprar este producto Pioneer. Fuente AV compatible.....................................78 Compatibilidad con dispositivo Android.........84 Control del men del DVD mediante las teclas Sel
Lea detenidamente estas instrucciones para Visualizacin de la pantalla de operacin Informacin sobre las conexiones y las del panel tctil............................................92 n

Archivos comprimidos.....92 F
AV..............................................................78 funciones para cada dispositivo.................85
saber cmo utilizar adecuadamente este
Radio.................................86
Seleccin de una fuente..................................78
modelo. Despus de leer las instrucciones, Cambio del orden de visualizacin de las Procedimiento de inicio (para el Disco)...........94 Pro
guarde este documento en un lugar seguro fuentes.......................................................78 Procedimiento de inicio...................................86 Procedimiento de inicio (para el dispositivo Aju
para consultarlo en el futuro. Uso del panel tctil..........................................78
E
Bsqueda por informacin de PTY.................86 USB)..........................................................94

Importante
Registro y conexin de Almacenamiento de las frecuencias de
transmisin ms potentes..........................86
Funcionamiento comn de todos los tipos de
archivos.....................................................95 Pro
dispositivo Bluetooth .....79
Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de Funcionamiento de archivos de audio.............95 Aju
radio..........................................................86 Funcionamiento de los archivos de imgenes
M
Es posible que las pantallas mostradas en Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth...........79
Registro de sus dispositivos Bluetooth............79 Sintonizacin de las frecuencias ms estticas....................................................95
los ejemplos sean distintas a las pantallas
iPod...................................96
Conexin manual de un dispositivo Bluetooth potentes.....................................................86
reales, ya que podran modificarse sin previo Ajuste del paso de sintonizacin de FM o Ope
registrado...................................................80 Ope
aviso para mejorar el desempeo y las AM.............................................................87
Cambio de la visibilidad..................................80 Conexin de su iPod.......................................97 Visu
funciones. Ajuste de la bsqueda de frecuencia
Introduccin del cdigo PIN para la conexin Procedimiento de inicio...................................97 M
inalmbrica Bluetooth................................80 alternativa..................................................87 Seleccin de fuentes de canciones o video Aju
Precauciones....................70 Visualizacin de la informacin del Ajuste de la autobsqueda de PI....................87 a partir de la pantalla de la lista de

Informacin importante sobre seguridad.........70


dispositivo..................................................80
Eliminacin del contenido de la memoria
Lmite de las emisoras a la programacin
regional......................................................87
reproduccin..............................................97
Uso de la funcin para iPod de este producto
A
Bluetooth...................................................80 Recepcin de anuncios de trfico (TA)............87 desde su iPod............................................97 Visu
Para garantizar una conduccin segura..........71
Actualizacin del software Bluetooth..............80 Recepcin de anuncios de noticias.................87 Seleccin de una cancin a partir de la lista
Cuando utilice una pantalla conectada a rear
Visualizacin de la versin del software Recepcin de transmisiones de alarma..........87 relacionada con la cancin reproducida en Aju
monitor output............................................71
Sintonizador de TV...........88
Bluetooth...................................................80 ese momento (bsqueda de vnculos).......97 Aju
Para evitar la descarga de la batera...............71
B
AppRadioMode.................98
Cmara de visin trasera................................71 Cambio del dispositivo Bluetooth
conectado..................................................80 Procedimiento de inicio...................................88 Aju
Uso del conector USB.....................................71
Aju
Telefona manos libres.....81
En caso de problemas....................................71 Almacenamiento de emisoras.........................88 Uso de AppRadioMode...................................98 Aju
TV digital...........................88
Visite nuestro sitio web...................................71 Uso de la funcin de mezcla de audio.............99 Aju

Pandora...........................99
Proteccin del panel y la pantalla LCD............72 Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del a
Notas sobre la memoria interna......................72 Telfono.....................................................81 Procedimiento de inicio...................................89 Aju
Acerca de este manual...................................72 Hacer una llamada telefnica..........................81 Recepcin de la informacin del programa.....89 Funcionamiento de Pandora.........................100 Aju
La proteccin de su unidad contra robo..........72 Recepcin de una llamada telefnica.............82 Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin Procedimiento de inicio.................................100 Sel
Uso y cuidado del control remoto....................73 Minimizar la pantalla de confirmacin de DTV..........................................................89 Seleccin de una emisora de Pandora a partir Sel
Funcionamiento marcado.....................................................82
Cambio de los ajustes telefnicos...................82
Cambio del ajuste de los subttulos.................89
Cambio del ajuste de salida de sonido............89
de la lista..................................................100
Aadir una emisora.......................................101
Aju
p
bsico................................73 Uso de la funcin de reconocimiento de voz Ajuste del control parental..............................89 Almacenamiento de las emisoras Aju
Revisin de los nombres y las funciones de las (para iPhone).............................................83 Visualizacin de la versin del software preestablecidas........................................101 t
Ajuste de la sincronizacin automtica de la DTV...........................................................89

Disco.................................90
piezas........................................................73 Aju
Control remoto................................................74 agenda telefnica.......................................83
Notas sobre la telefona manos libres.............83
Spotify............................101 Aju
Notas sobre el uso del panel LCD...................74 Usar Spotify con el audio/video para vehculos Visu
Apertura y cierre del panel LCD......................74
Colocacin horizontal del panel LCD..............75 Configuracin para Procedimiento de inicio...................................91
Seleccin de archivos desde la lista de
de Pioneer...............................................102
Procedimiento de inicio.................................103
Visu
a
Ajuste de la posicin de deslizamiento del panel iPod/iPhone o telfono nombres de archivos..................................91 Seleccin de una pista o una emisora a partir Act
inteligente.........................84
A
LCD...........................................................75 Cambio del tipo de archivo multimedia............91 de la lista..................................................103
Bsqueda de la parte que usted desea
Reproductor de audio
Ajuste del ngulo del panel LCD.....................75
El flujo bsico de configuracin de iPod/iPhone
Insercin/expulsin/conexin de soportes......76 reproducir..................................................92 Visu
o telfono inteligente..................................84
Al arrancar por primera vez.............................76 Control del men del DVD...............................92
Cmo utilizar las pantallas..............................77
Cmo establecer el mtodo de conexin del
Cambio del idioma de los subttulos o el Bluetooth.........................103 Uso

dispositivo..................................................84 Procedimiento de inicio.................................103
audio..........................................................92 b
Compatibilidad con iPod.................................84
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s Seleccin de archivos desde la lista de Cambio de la supresin/atenuacin del Cambio del modo de pantalla panormica....118 Android.......................................................134

Otras funciones..............118
.92 nombres de archivos................................104 sonido......................................................110 Informacin detallada sobre los dispositivos

Fuente AUX.....................104
Ajuste de los niveles de la fuente..................110 iPod conectados......................................134
92 Uso del control automtico del nivel..............110 Restablecimiento de este producto a los ajustes Uso del contenido con conexin basado en
.94 Procedimiento de inicio.................................104 Ajuste de la sonoridad..................................111 predeterminados......................................118 aplicaciones.............................................135
Ajuste de la salida del subwoofer..................111 Pandora.......................................................135
Conexin.........................119
Ajuste de la seal de video...........................104
Ajuste del valor de frecuencia de corte.........111 Spotify.........................................................135
Entrada AV......................105
.94
Cambio de la salida de la bocina trasera.......111 Aviso acerca de la visualizacin de video.....135
Uso del Realce de BAJOS............................111 Precauciones................................................119 Aviso acerca de la visualizacin de DVD-Video .
.95 Procedimiento de inicio.................................105 Precauciones antes de conectar el sistema..119
.95 Seleccin de la posicin de escucha............111 135
Ajuste de la seal de video...........................105 Ajuste preciso de los niveles de salida de las Antes de instalar este producto.....................119 Aviso acerca del uso de archivos MP3..........135
s
MIXTRAX.........................105 bocinas....................................................111 Para evitar daos..........................................119 Uso correcto de la pantalla LCD...................135
.95 Aviso para el cable azul/blanco.....................120
Ajuste del alineamiento de tiempo................112 Especificaciones...........................................136
Operacin MIXTRAX....................................105 Este producto................................................120
96 Operacin MIXTRAX EZ...............................105
Cambio del alineamiento de tiempo
preestablecido.........................................112 Cable de alimentacin..................................120
.97 Visualizacin de la pantalla Ajustes de Uso del ecualizador......................................112 Cables de bocina..........................................121
.97 MIXTRAX................................................106 Ajuste automtico de la curva del ecualizador Amplificador de potencia (de venta por
Ajuste del patrn de parpadeo......................106 (Auto EQ).................................................113 separado)................................................121
iPhone y telfono inteligente.........................122
Ajustes del sistema........106
Ajustes de sonido guardados........................114
.97 Carga de los ajustes de sonido.....................114 iPhone con conector Lightning......................122
o iPhone con conector de 30 clavijas...............122
.97 Visualizacin de la pantalla de ajustes
Sistema.................................................106 Men de temas................114 Dispositivo Android.......................................122
Cmara.........................................................123
n Ajuste del control del volante........................106 Seleccin de la visualizacin de fondo..........114 Componente de video externo y la
.97 Ajuste de la activacin de la fuente de audio Ajuste del color de iluminacin......................114 visualizacin............................................123
Bluetooth.................................................107 Seleccin del color de tema..........................115
98 Ajuste de la activacin de la fuente Spotify...107 Seleccin de la imagen de reloj....................115 Instalacin.......................124
Configuracin del
Ajuste del desplazamiento continuo..............107
.98 Ajuste del tono de pitido................................107 Precauciones antes de la instalacin............124
.99 Ajuste de la funcin de mezcla automtica de Antes de la instalacin..................................124
audio........................................................107
reproductor de video......115 Notas acerca de la instalacin......................124
99 Ajuste de la cmara de visin trasera...........107 Ajuste de los idiomas de mayor prioridad......115 Montaje delantero/posterior DIN...................124
100 Ajuste del modo de demostracin.................108 Ajuste de la visualizacin del icono de Instalacin del micrfono..............................125
100 Seleccin del idioma del sistema..................108 ngulo......................................................115 Montaje en el parasol....................................125
ir Seleccin de la ubicacin de uso..................108 Ajuste de la relacin de aspecto...................115 Instalacin en la columna de direccin.........126
100 Ajuste del idioma del teclado con la aplicacin Ajuste del bloqueo paterno...........................116 Ajuste del ngulo del micrfono....................126
101 para iPhone.............................................108 Visualizacin de su cdigo de registro DivX Instalacin de la antena de TV......................126
Ajuste de las posiciones de respuesta del panel VOD.........................................................116 Ensamble de la antena de TV.......................126
101 tctil (calibracin del panel tctil).............108 Visualizacin de su cdigo de cancelacin de Montaje de la antena de TV..........................126

Apndice.........................127
Ajuste de la atenuacin.................................108 registro DivX VOD....................................116
01 Ajuste de la imagen......................................109 Reproduccin automtica de DVD................116
Ajuste de la seal de video para la cmara de
os Visualizacin de la versin del firmware........109 Solucin de problemas.................................127
Visualizacin de las licencias de cdigo visin trasera...........................................117 Mensajes de error.........................................128
102
103
r
abierto.....................................................109
Actualizacin del firmware............................109 Men Favorito.................117 Manipulacin y cuidado de los discos...........130
Discos que pueden reproducirse..................130

Ajustes de audio.............110
103 Creacin de un acceso directo......................117 Informacin detallada de los soportes que se
Seleccin de un acceso directo....................117 pueden reproducir....................................131
Visualizacin de la pantalla de ajustes Eliminacin de un acceso directo..................117 Bluetooth......................................................133

Operaciones comunes...117
WMA.............................................................134
03 Audio.....................................................110
Uso del ajuste de desvanecimiento/ FLAC.............................................................134
103 balance....................................................110 Ajuste de la hora y la fecha...........................117 DivX..............................................................134
Ajuste de la funcin Sound Retriever..........118 AAC..............................................................134
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Precauciones
En aras de fomentar la seguridad, algunas funciones estn
PRECAUCIN
Este es un producto lser clase 1 clasificado en la directiva
Informacin importante sobre desactivadas hasta que el vehculo se haya detenido o se Pa
IEC 60825-1:2007 relativa a la seguridad de productos lser seguridad haya accionado el freno de mano.
Conserve este manual en un lugar de fcil acceso para
se
y contiene un mdulo de lser clase 1M. Para garantizar
una seguridad continua, no extraiga ninguna tapa ni intente consultar los procedimientos de funcionamiento y la infor-
ADVERTENCIA macin de seguridad. A
acceder a la parte interna del producto. Solicite al personal
No intente instalar este producto ni realizar trabajos de No instale este producto donde quiz (i) obstruya la visin E
capacitado que realice todos los trabajos de mantenimiento.
mantenimiento por su cuenta. La instalacin o los trabajos del conductor, (ii) afecte el funcionamiento de cualquiera M
de mantenimiento de este producto a cargo de personas de los sistemas de operacin del vehculo relacionados con E
sin la capacitacin y la experiencia adecuadas en equipo la seguridad, como las bolsas de aire, los botones de luces C
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1 electrnico y accesorios vehiculares podran ser peligrosos de advertencia (intermitentes), o (iii) afecte la capacidad del
conductor de manejar el vehculo de forma segura.
G
y exponerlo a usted al riesgo de descargas elctricas, L
lesiones u otros riesgos. No olvide usar el cinturn de seguridad en todo momento C
Evite que este producto entre en contacto con lquidos. mientras conduce su vehculo. En caso de un accidente, sus P
Podran producirse descargas elctricas. Adems, el lesiones pueden ser mucho ms graves si no tiene el cintu- N
rn de seguridad bien puesto.
contacto con lquidos puede provocar daos al producto, m
PRECAUCINAL ABRIR LA RADIACIN A LASER VISIBLE Nunca utilice audfonos mientras conduce.
humo y sobrecalentamiento. p
E INVISIBLE DE LA CLASE 1M, NO MIRAR DIRECTAMENTE En caso de que ingresen al producto lquidos u objetos ex- t
CON INSTRUMENTOS PTICOS. traos, estacione su vehculo en un lugar seguro, apguelo p
(ACC OFF) de inmediato y comunquese con su distri- P
buidor o el centro de servicio de Pioneer autorizado ms i
cercano. No utilice este producto en dicha condicin; de d
lo contrario, podra producirse un incendio, una descarga v
La operacin de este equipo est sujeta a las siguientes dos elctrica u otra falla. E
condiciones: (1) es posible que este equipo o dispositivo no En caso de detectar humo, un ruido extrao o un olor que e
cause interferencia perjudicial y (2) este equipo o dispositivo salga de este producto, o cualquier otra seal anormal n
debe aceptar cualquier interferencia, incluyendo la que en la pantalla LCD, apague el producto de inmediato y l
pueda causar su operacin no deseada. comunquese con su distribuidor o el centro de servicio de d
Pioneer autorizado ms cercano. Si utiliza este producto Si in
en esta condicin, podran producirse daos permanentes en l
en el sistema. en
No desarme ni modifique este producto, ya que los com- una
ponentes de alta tensin en el interior podran provocar luga
una descarga elctrica. Asegrese de comunicarse con su sin
distribuidor o el centro de servicio de Pioneer autorizado
ms cercano para solicitar inspecciones internas, ajustes Cu
o reparaciones.
Antes de utilizar este producto, asegrese de leer y comprender lla
completamente la siguiente informacin de seguridad:
No utilice este producto, ninguna aplicacin, ni la opcin de ou
la cmara de visin trasera (en caso de haberla adquirido) si
al hacerlo se distraer de alguna forma y no podr manejar El te
su vehculo con seguridad. Siempre respete las reglas para con
conducir con seguridad y el reglamento de trfico vigente. Si tras
enfrenta dificultades al usar este producto o al leer la visua- A
lizacin, estacione su vehculo en un lugar seguro y accione NU
el freno de mano antes de realizar los ajustes necesarios.
al c
Nunca suba el volumen de este producto a un nivel tan alto
que le impida escuchar el trfico exterior y los vehculos de
los servicios de emergencia.
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n
Para garantizar una conduccin Para evitar la descarga de la En caso de problemas
segura batera Si este producto dejara de funcionar correctamente, pngase en
contacto con su distribuidor o el centro de servicio de Pioneer
r- Asegrese de encender el motor del vehculo mientras utiliza
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este producto. La batera podra descargarse si este producto se
n EL CABLE VERDE CLARO DEL CONECTOR DE ALI- utiliza sin el motor encendido.
MENTACIN EST DISEADO PARA DETECTAR
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Visite nuestro sitio web
on EL ESTADO ESTACIONADO DEL VEHCULO Y DEBE
s CONECTARSE EN EL LADO DE LA FUENTE DE ENER- No instale este producto en un vehculo que no disponga de Visite nuestro siguiente sitio:
del GA DEL INTERRUPTOR DEL FRENO DE MANO. cables o circuitos ACC. En Mxico
LA CONEXIN O EL USO INCORRECTOS DE ESTE http://www.pioneer-mexico.com/
En Singapur
sus
CABLE PODRAN INFRINGIR LA LEY APLICABLE Y
PRODUCIR LESIONES O DAOS GRAVES.
Cmara de visin trasera http://www.pioneer.com.sg/
u- En Malasia
No intente alterar ni desactivar el sistema de bloqueo Si dispone de una cmara opcional de visin trasera, puede http://www.pioneer.my/
mediante el freno de mano, provisto para su propia utilizar este producto como apoyo para observar vehculos de En Tailandia
proteccin. La alteracin o la desactivacin del sis- gran volumen o para dar marcha atrs y estacionarse en un http://www.pioneer-thailand.com/
tema de bloqueo mediante el freno de mano podran lugar estrecho. En Filipinas
producir lesiones graves o la muerte. http://www.pioneer.ph/
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Para evitar el riesgo de daos y lesiones y la posible En Vietnam
infraccin de las leyes aplicables, este producto no LA IMAGEN DE LA PANTALLA PUEDE VERSE AL REVS.
http://www.pioneer.vn/
debe utilizarse con una imagen de video que sea USE ESTA FUNCIN SOLO PARA DAR MARCHA ATRS O
En Indonesia
visible para el conductor. VER UN REFLEJO DE LA CMARA DE VISIN TRASERA.
http://www.pioneer.co.id/
En algunos pases, la visualizacin de imgenes de video CUALQUIER OTRO USO PODRA PRODUCIR LESIONES O
En Australia
en una pantalla dentro de un vehculo incluso por perso- DAOS. http://www.pioneer.com.au/
nas distintas al conductor podra estar prohibida por la PRECAUCIN En Israel
ley. Deben obedecerse estas disposiciones en los lugares El modo de visin trasera sirve para utilizar este producto http://www.pioneerisrael.co.il/
donde estn vigentes. como apoyo para observar vehculos de gran volumen o En Medio Oriente / frica
Si intenta ver una imagen de video mientras conduce, aparecer http://www.pioneer-mea.com/en/
para dar marcha atrs. No utilice esta funcin con fines de
en la pantalla la siguiente advertencia: una fuente de video En Latn
entretenimiento.
en el asiento delantero durante la conduccin.. Para ver http://www.pioneer-latin.com/en/about-pioneer.html
una imagen de video en esta pantalla, detenga el vehculo en un En Hong Kong
lugar seguro y accione el freno de mano. Pise el pedal del freno Uso del conector USB http://www.pioneerhongkong.com.hk/ct/index.php
sin soltarlo antes de quitar el freno de mano. En Taiwn
http://www.pioneer-twn.com.tw/
PRECAUCIN
En Corea
Cuando utilice una panta- Para evitar la prdida de datos y daos al dispositivo de al- http://www.pioneer.co.kr/
macenamiento, nunca lo extraiga de este producto durante
lla conectada a rear monitor la transferencia de datos.
Ofrecemos la informacin ms reciente acerca de PIONEER
CORPORATION en nuestro sitio web.
output Pioneer no puede garantizar la compatibilidad con todos
los dispositivos de almacenamiento masivo USB y no asu-
Pioneer ofrece peridicamente actualizaciones de software
para mejorar an ms sus productos. Consulte la seccin
El terminal de salida de video (rear monitor output) sirve para me ninguna responsabilidad por ningn tipo de prdida de soporte tcnico del sitio web de Pioneer para encontrar
conectar una pantalla y permitir a los pasajeros de los asientos de datos en reproductores multimedia, iPhone, telfono todas las actualizaciones de software disponibles.
traseros la visualizacin de imgenes de video. inteligente u otros dispositivos mientras se utiliza este
producto.
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NUNCA instale la pantalla trasera en un lugar que le permita
al conductor ver imgenes de video mientras conduce.

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Precauciones
1 Gire la llave de encendido del vehculo a la
Proteccin del panel y la panta- posicin de apagado (OFF).
Retiro del panel frontal U
lla LCD 2 Pulse el botn RESET con la punta de un bol- re
grafo u otro instrumento puntiagudo. 1 Presione las partes superior e inferior de su
No exponga la pantalla LCD a la luz solar directa cuando lado derecho y extraiga el panel frontal.
no se utilice este producto. Lo anterior puede provocar una Consulte Revisin de los nombres y las funciones de las In
piezas en la pgina 73 No sujete el panel frontal con fuerza ni permita que caiga. Evite
avera en la pantalla LCD debido a las altas temperaturas. el contacto con el agua u otros lquidos para no provocar daos
Al utilizar un telfono celular, mantenga la antena del tel- Los ajustes y el contenido grabado se reinician a los ajustes de
fbrica. permanentes. Des
fono celular alejada de la pantalla LCD para evitar interrup-
y co
ciones en la transmisin de video que se manifiestan como
alin
manchas, lneas de color, etc.
Para proteger la pantalla LCD contra daos, asegrese de
Acerca de este manual
tocar las teclas del panel tctil suavemente y solo con los Este manual utiliza diagramas de pantallas reales para describir
dedos. las operaciones. No obstante, las pantallas de algunas unidades
quiz no coincidan con las mostradas en este manual segn el
Notas sobre la memoria interna modelo utilizado.

Significado de los smbolos utilizados


Antes de extraer la batera del en este manual
Colocacin del panel frontal
vehculo
Esto indica el nombre del modelo compatible
X0000BT
con las operaciones descritas.
Algunos ajustes y contenido grabado no se restablecern. 1 Deslice el panel frontal hacia la izquierda.
Esto indica que debe tocarse la tecla digital El panel frontal y la unidad de la cabeza estn conectados al
adecuada en la pantalla tctil. lado izquierdo.
Es posible que se eliminen datos A
Asegrese de que el panel frontal se haya conectado correcta- N
Esto indica que debe tocarse y mantenerse
mente a la unidad de la cabeza.
HOLD presionada una tecla digital adecuada en la E
La informacin se elimina si se desconecta el cable amarillo de
pantalla tctil. c
la batera (o si se extrae la batera).
Esto indica que hay una referencia o informa- b
Algunos ajustes y contenido grabado no se restablecern.
cin complementaria relativa a la tecla o la i
pantalla. m
Restablecimiento del M
microprocesador d
La proteccin de su unidad con- d
i
PRECAUCIN tra robo S
Al pulsar el botn RESET, se restablecen los ajustes y el 2 Presione el lado izquierdo del panel frontal s
El panel frontal se puede extraer para evitar robos. l
contenido grabado a los ajustes de fbrica. hasta que quede firme.
No realice esta operacin cuando un dispositivo est Importante En caso de que no logre conectar el panel frontal a la unidad de L
conectado a este producto. la cabeza, vuelva a intentarlo. d
Algunos ajustes y contenido grabado no se restablecern. Pueden provocarse daos si acomoda el panel frontal mediante s
Proceda con cuidado al retirar o colocar el panel frontal.
El microprocesador debe restablecerse en las siguientes Evite someter el panel frontal a golpes excesivos. la fuerza. P
condiciones: Evite exponer el panel frontal a la luz solar directa y a
Antes de utilizar este producto por primera vez despus de la E
temperaturas altas. u
instalacin. En caso de haberlo retirado, vuelva a colocar el panel
Si este producto no funciona correctamente. S
frontal en la unidad antes de encender su vehculo. r
Si el funcionamiento del sistema parece tener problemas.
Para evitar daos al dispositivo o el interior del vehculo, m
Si la posicin de su vehculo se muestra en el mapa con un
retire todos los cables y dispositivos conectados al panel N
error de posicionamiento significativo.
frontal antes de extraerlo. N
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En caso de filtracin de lquido de la batera, limpie el
bsico
Uso y cuidado del control control remoto completamente e instale una batera nueva.
remoto Al desechar las bateras usadas, atienda las disposiciones
gubernamentales o los reglamentos de las instituciones Revisin de los nombres y las
pblicas medioambientales vigentes en su pas/rea.
te Instalacin de la batera Material de perclorato: Es posible que se apliquen funciones de las piezas
os lineamientos especiales de manipulacin. Consulte www.
Deslice la bandeja de la parte posterior del control remoto afuera dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. (Vigentes en 1
y coloque la batera con los polos positivo (+) y negativo () California, EE. UU.)
alineados de forma adecuada.
Al utilizar el producto por primera vez, jale la pelcula que Uso del control remoto
sale de la bandeja.
Dirija el control remoto en la direccin del panel frontal para
que funcione.
Es posible que el control remoto no funcione correctamente
en la luz solar directa.
Importante
No conserve el control remoto en altas temperaturas o la
luz solar directa.
No permita que el control remoto caiga al piso, donde
podra quedar atrapado debajo del freno o el acelerador.
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a- No ingiera la batera, Peligro de quemadura qumica.
Este producto, incluyendo el control remoto suministrado,
contiene una batera de tipo moneda/botn. Tragarse la
batera de tipo moneda/botn puede causar quemaduras
internas graves en tan solo dos horas y puede causar la
muerte.
Mantenga las bateras nuevas o usadas fuera del alcance a
de los nios. Si se traga la batera o se coloca dentro
de cualquier parte del cuerpo, consulte a un mdico de 1 Pantalla LCD
inmediato. 2 Volume/ Presione para recorrer todas las fuentes
Si el compartimiento de la batera no se cierra de forma SRC/OFF disponibles.
segura, deje de usar el producto y mantngalo alejado de En la pantalla Aplicacin o el modo de nave-
los nios. gacin, presione para visualizar la barra de
de Las bateras (el paquete de bateras o las bateras instala- control lateral. Mantenga presionado el botn
das) no deben exponerse al calor excesivo como los rayos para apagar la visualizacin.
nte solares, incendios o fuentes de calor semejantes. Mantenga presionado el botn para desactivar
PRECAUCIN la fuente.
Extraiga la batera si el control remoto no se utiliza durante
un mes o un periodo ms prolongado.
Si la batera se sustituye de forma incorrecta, existe el
riesgo de una explosin. Sustituya las bateras solo con el
mismo tipo de batera o uno equivalente.
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3 Botn
DISP
En la pantalla de operacin AV, pulse para
apagar la visualizacin.
Control remoto 11 Interrumpe o reanuda la reproduccin.
o En el caso del audio: Mantenga presionado el
En la pantalla Aplicacin o el modo de navega- botn para adelantar o retrasar rpidamente.
cin, pulse para visualizar la barra de control 1 23 En el caso del video: Pulse el botn para
lateral. Mantenga presionado el botn para adelantar o retrasar rpidamente.
apagar la visualizacin. 8 a
o Pulse para volver a la pista anterior (captulo)
p Cuando la visualizacin se haya apagado,
o ir a la pista siguiente (captulo).
toque la pantalla para volver a la pantalla 7 4 b Pulse el botn para contestar o terminar una
original. 9
5 llamada.
4 Botn Pulse para alternar entre la pantalla Aplicacin
6 c Detiene la reproduccin.
MODE y la pantalla de operacin AV.
Si reanuda la reproduccin, esta comenzar a
Mantenga presionado el botn para cambiar al
partir del punto donde usted la detuvo. Vuelva
modo de visualizacin de la cmara.
a tocar la tecla para detener la reproduccin
5 Botn TRK Pulse para volver a la pista anterior (captulo) o por completo.
( / ir a la pista siguiente (captulo).
1 Volume (+/) 12 FOLDER/P. Selecciona el disco o la carpeta siguiente o
) Mantenga presionado el botn para adelantar
2 MODE Pulse para alternar entre la pantalla CH anterior.
o retrasar rpidamente.
Aplicacin y la pantalla de operacin AV. Recupera frecuencias de emisoras de
Pulse el botn para contestar o terminar una
Mantenga presionado el botn para cambiar radio asignadas a teclas de canales
llamada.
al modo de visualizacin de la cmara. preestablecidos.
6 Botn Pulse para visualizar la pantalla del Men 1
superior. 3 SRC Pulse para recorrer todas las fuentes
disponibles.
Mantenga presionado el botn para activar la
funcin de reconocimiento de voz. Mantenga presionado el botn para desacti-
var la fuente.
Notas sobre el uso del panel
Consulte Uso de la funcin de reconoci-
miento de voz (para iPhone) en la pgina 4 TOP MENU Vuelve al men superior durante la reproduc- LCD Aj
83 cin del DVD.
5 MENU Muestra el men del DVD durante su ADVERTENCIA
au
7 Botn Presione OPEN/CLOSE para abrir el panel LCD.
OPEN/ Para cerrar el panel LCD, vuelva a presionar reproduccin. Mantenga las manos y los dedos fuera de este producto al
CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE. 6 Almohadilla Elige un men dentro del men del DVD. Par
abrir, cerrar o ajustar el panel LCD. Tenga especial cuidado
8 del pulgar veh
Botn con las manos y los dedos de los nios.
7 MUTE cua
9 Ranura Consulte Insercin y expulsin de un disco No utilice el producto con el panel LCD abierto. Pueden
aut
para en la pgina 76 8 AUDIO Cambia el idioma del audio, el idioma de producirse lesiones en caso de un accidente. mod
cargar SUBTITLE los subttulos o el ngulo de visualizacin
ANGLE durante la reproduccin del DVD. PRECAUCIN 1
discos
9 BAND/ESC Elige la banda del sintonizador cuando este No abra ni cierre el panel LCD por la fuerza. Puede provo-
10 Botn Consulte Restablecimiento del microproce-
se selecciona como la fuente. car una avera.
RESET sador en la pgina 72
Cancela el modo de control de funciones. No ponga en funcionamiento este producto hasta que
Alterna entre tipos de archivos multimedia el panel LCD se haya abierto o cerrado por completo. El
cuando se reproducen los datos del disco, panel LCD podra detenerse en ese ngulo por razones de
USB. seguridad. 2
10 RETURN Vuelve al punto especificado y comienza la No coloque ningn vaso o lata sobre el panel LCD abierto.
reproduccin a partir de este.
Apertura y cierre del panel LCD
El panel LCD se abrir y cerrar de forma automtica al activar
o desactivar el interruptor de encendido del vehculo. Es posible
desactivar la funcin de cierre o apertura automticos.
No cierre el panel LCD mediante la fuerza con sus manos;
de lo contrario, provocar una avera.
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La funcin de cierre o apertura automticos har que la
pantalla funcione de la siguiente manera. Colocacin horizontal del panel Ajuste del ngulo del panel LCD
el
e.
Cuando se desactive el interruptor de encendido mientras
el panel LCD est abierto, el panel se cerrar despus de
LCD Importante
seis segundos. Cuando el panel LCD est en la posicin vertical y obstruya
Cuando se vuelva a activar el interruptor de encendido (o el funcionamiento del aire acondicionado, el panel se puede Si escucha que el panel LCD golpea la consola o el ta-
o) se coloque en la posicin ACC), el panel LCD se abrir de colocar en posicin horizontal temporalmente. blero de su vehculo, toque la tecla de apertura temporal
forma automtica. del men de apertura para nivelar el panel LCD temporal-
a El panel LCD se cerrar o abrir de forma automtica al 1 Mantenga presionado OPEN/CLOSE para mos-
mente.
retirar o colocar el panel frontal. trar el men de apertura. Al ajustar el ngulo del panel LCD, asegrese de realizar
La proteccin de su unidad contra robo en la pgina 72
a
2 Toque la tecla de apertura temporal para abrir el ajuste desde el men de apertura. Es posible que se
Cuando se desactive el interruptor de encendido despus de
va que el panel LCD se haya cerrado, el panel LCD no se abrir el panel LCD hasta la posicin horizontal. dae el panel LCD si lo ajusta mediante la fuerza con las
n manos.
si se vuelve a activar el interruptor de encendido (o se coloca
en la posicin ACC). En este caso, presione OPEN/CLOSE
Abre temporalmente el panel LCD a la posicin
para abrir el panel LCD.
horizontal.
Al cerrar el panel LCD, revselo para asegurarse de que se
haya cerrado por completo. Podran provocarse daos si se
deja que el panel LCD se detenga a la mitad.
1 Presione OPEN/CLOSE para abrir el panel LCD. Para volver a la posicin original, mantenga pre-
sionado OPEN/CLOSE.
Para cerrar el panel LCD, vuelva a presionar
OPEN/CLOSE. El panel LCD vuelve a la posicin original de
forma automtica. Esto se indica con sonidos
Ajuste de la funcin de apertura cortos de 10 segundos despus de la operacin.
automtica
Ajuste de la posicin de desliza-
al
ado
Para evitar que la pantalla golpee la palanca de cambios de un miento del panel LCD
vehculo automtico colocada en la posicin P (estacionar) o
cuando no desee que la pantalla se abra o se cierre de forma Es posible ajustar la posicin de deslizamiento del panel LCD de 1 Mantenga presionado OPEN/CLOSE para mos-
automtica, puede ajustar la funcin de apertura automtica al modo que quede colocado hacia atrs o hacia adelante. trar el men de apertura.
modo manual. 2 Toque la tecla de inclinacin hacia abajo o la
1 Mantenga presionado OPEN/CLOSE para mos-
1 Visualice la pantalla de ajustes Sistema. trar el men de apertura. tecla de inclinacin hacia arriba para ajustar
o- el panel LCD a un ngulo de visualizacin
2 Toque la tecla de deslizamiento hacia atrs
cmoda.
o la tecla de deslizamiento hacia adelante
para mover el panel LCD hacia atrs y hacia
de adelante.
2 Toque [Auto Flap].
to. Act. (ajuste predeterminado): El panel LCD se abrir y
cerrar de forma automtica al activar o desactivar el inte- El panel LCD se desliza hacia atrs.
D rruptor de encendido del vehculo.
Des.: Debe presionar OPEN/CLOSE para abrir o cerrar el
ar panel LCD.
ble
El panel LCD se desliza hacia adelante.
;

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Aparece la pantalla del men superior.
p Una vez establecido el modo de las bocinas, no es posible C
Movimiento hacia abajo del panel. cambiar los ajustes, a menos que este producto se res-
1
tablezca a los ajustes predeterminados. Restablezca los
ajustes predeterminados para cambiar los ajustes del modo
2 de las bocinas.
Consulte Restablecimiento de los ajustes predeterminados en
Regreso del panel a la posicin vertical. la pgina 118
1 Cable USB
2 Dispositivo de almacenamiento USB Cambio del modo de las bocinas
Revise que no haya acceso a ningn dato antes de extraer el
Dado que el ngulo ajustado est guardado, el dispositivo de almacenamiento USB.
Para cambiar el modo de las bocinas, es necesario restablecer
panel LCD se ajustar de forma automtica a la este producto a los ajustes predeterminados.
misma posicin la prxima vez que se abra. Al arrancar por primera vez 1 Restablezca los ajustes predeterminados.
Consulte Restablecimiento de los ajustes predeterminados en
Insercin/expulsin/conexin 1 Encienda el motor para iniciar el sistema. la pgina 118
Aparece la pantalla Selecc. idioma programa.
de soportes p A partir de la segunda vez, la pantalla mostrada ser distinta
en funcin de las condiciones anteriores.
PRECAUCIN 2 Toque el idioma.
En la ranura de carga de discos, solo se pueden insertar
3 Toque .
discos.
Aparece la pantalla Ajuste de ubicacin.

Insercin y expulsin de un disco 4 Toque el elemento para seleccionar la ubica-


cin de uso.
5 Toque .
Insercin de un disco Aparece la pantalla Configuracin del modo bocinas.

1 Inserte un disco en la ranura de carga de 6 Toque los modos de las bocinas.


Modo estndar
discos. Sistema de cuatro bocinas con bocinas frontales y traseras,
o sistema de seis bocinas con bocinas frontales y traseras
Expulsin de un disco y subwoofers.
1 Pulse el botn para expulsar un disco. Modo red
Sistema de tres vas con bocina de alto rango, bocina de
medio rango y subwoofer (bocina de bajo rango) para la
Conexin y desconexin de un dispo- reproduccin de frecuencias altas, medias y bajas (bandas).
sitivo de almacenamiento USB ADVERTENCIA
No utilice la unidad en modo estndar cuando un sistema de
p Es posible que este producto no logre el desempeo ptimo bocinas del modo de red de tres vas est conectado a esta
con algunos dispositivos de almacenamiento USB. unidad. Lo anterior podra provocar daos en las bocinas.
p No es posible la conexin mediante un concentrador USB.
p Para la conexin es necesario un cable USB. 7 Toque [OK].
Aparece la pantalla Config. smartphone.
1 Extraiga el conector del puerto USB del cable
USB. 8 Toque el elemento.
Consulte Informacin sobre las conexiones y las funciones
2 Conecte un dispositivo de almacenamiento para cada dispositivo en la pgina 85
USB al cable USB. 9 Toque .
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e Cmo utilizar las pantallas
*4
do
Pantalla de men de la aplicacin Pantalla de ajuste de fecha y hora

en
10 6 2016 21 48
Pantalla de men de
Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg Abcdefg configuracin
Month/Date d/m/y m/d/y y/m/d System

Time Format 12hour 24hour


er 6/10
21 48

Dependiendo del mtodo de conexin,


*1 *2
en
se visualizar la pantalla configuracin Pantalla de men principal
del telfono inteligente .

Pantalla de operacin de la aplicacin


Source Select
*4 6/10
21 48 Pantalla de operacin AV

iPod 21 48
6/10

Abcdefg Abcdefg

Abcdefghi
Abcdefghi
Abcdefg Abcdefg

ABC Pops
6/10
21 48 iPod
99999/99999

Puede controlar las aplicaciones


999999 -999999

del iPhone o telfono inteligente


directamente desde este producto.
Pantalla de men del telfono
Phone Book 3 ABC
abcdefghi...

Iconos de aplicaciones recientes Iconos de fuentes *3 abcdefghi A

favoritas abcdefghi
B
C

Pantalla de seleccin de fuente *5 abcdefghi


D
E
de AV abcdefghi F
G

21 48
abcdefghi
6/10

Disc Radio Pandora AUX iPod

Bluetooth Camera
TV Spotify AV Audio View Radio

Source OFF Power OFF

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2 Toque la tecla de operacin AV.
*1 La pantalla del men superior de este manual es la
pantalla cuando se utiliza el AppRadioMode. Los Aparece la pantalla de operacin AV.
Cambio del orden de visualiza-
elementos mostrados en la pantalla quiz varen en
1 cin de las fuentes Us
funcin del dispositivo de conexin o el modo. Al

iPod 21 48
conectar un iPhone mediante tecnologa inalmbrica 6/10
Bluetooth o un telfono inteligente mediante un cable Cambio del orden de visualizacin de
USB, aparece la pantalla Config. smartphone Abcdefghi
despus de tocar [APPS].
los iconos de las fuentes
Abcdefghi
*2 Al pulsar el botn en cualquier pantalla, podr
visualizar la pantalla de Men superior. ABC Pops 1 Visualice la pantalla Seleccin de fuente AV.
Al conectar el sistema de navegacin externa a esta
*3
99999/99999

unidad, se muestra la tecla del modo de navegacin 999999 -999999


en el margen inferior izquierdo de la visualizacin.
Pulse el botn MODE para alternar entre la pantalla
*4 Aplicacin y la pantalla de operacin AV. 1 Muestra la lista de fuentes.
Al seleccionar Power OFF, puede desactivar casi
2 Mantenga presionado el icono de la fuente y
*5 arrstrelo a la posicin deseada.
todas las funciones. El modo Power OFF se inicia Seleccin de una fuente
en los siguientes casos: 1
Se recibe una llamada entrante. Cambio del orden de visualizacin de
Se recibe una imagen de la cmara de visin Fuente en la pantalla de seleccin de las teclas de las fuentes 2
trasera cuando el vehculo da marcha atrs.
Un botn de este producto est presionado.
fuentes AV
Se apaga el interruptor de encendido (ACC OFF) y 3
luego se enciende (ACC ON).
1 Visualice la lista de fuentes.
1 Visualice la pantalla Seleccin de fuente AV. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de operacin AV en la
pgina 78

Fuente AV compatible 2 Toque .


3 Arrastre la tecla de la fuente a la posicin Us
Puede reproducir o utilizar las siguientes fuentes con este
producto.
deseada.
2 Toque el icono de la fuente que desea
Radio
seleccionar.
CD
p Al seleccionar Source OFF, se desactiva la fuente AV. Uso del panel tctil
ROM (archivos de audio comprimidos)
DVD-Video Puede controlar este producto tocando las teclas de la pantalla
USB Fuente en la lista de fuentes directamente con los dedos.
Las siguientes fuentes pueden reproducirse o utilizarse p Para proteger la pantalla LCD contra daos, asegrese de
mediante la conexin de un dispositivo auxiliar. tocar la pantalla suavemente solo con los dedos.
1
iPod 1 Visualice la lista de fuentes.
Spotify Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de operacin AV en la
Pandora pgina 78
Teclas del panel tctil comunes p
Audio Bluetooth (AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
Entrada AV (AV)
2 Toque la tecla de la fuente. : Vuelve a la pantalla anterior.
p Al seleccionar Source OFF, se desactiva la fuente AV. : Cierra la pantalla. Ca
AUX

Visualizacin de la pantalla de 1
Apa
operacin AV p

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bsico Bluetooth
Consulte Cambio de la visibilidad en la pgina 80
Uso de las pantallas con listas X7850BT X7850TV p Pueden conectarse dos telfonos celulares a este producto
al mismo tiempo.
e
1 2 Visualizacin de la pantalla Consulte Cambio del dispositivo Bluetooth conectado en la
pgina 80
Songs Bluetooth p Si intenta conectar un telfono celular desconectado
mientras que dos telfonos celulares ya estn conectados,
. Playlist abcdefghi
1 Pulse .
el primero de los dos telfonos celulares conectados sern
desconectados y el telfono celular sin conexin se conec-
Music Artist abcdefghi
2 Toque ; y despus, . tar en su lugar.
Alburm abcdefghi 3 Aparece la pantalla Bluetooth.

Songs abcdefghi
Conexin automtica de un disposi-
Video

Podcast abcdefghi
Registro de sus dispositivos tivo Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Esta funcin conecta el dispositivo Bluetooth conectado por
1 Al tocar un elemento de la lista, puede reducir las opciones y
p Si ya estn emparejados tres dispositivos, se muestra ltima vez a este producto de forma automtica tan pronto como
e pasar a la siguiente operacin.
Memoria llena. Antes elimine un dispositivo emparejado. los dos dispositivos estn a menos de unos metros de distancia.
2 Aparece cuando no se muestran todos los caracteres en el
Consulte Eliminacin de un dispositivo registrado en la El ajuste predeterminado es Act..
rea de visualizacin.
pgina 79 p Si dos dispositivos Bluetooth se conectaron la ltima vez,
Al tocar la tecla, el resto se desplaza para su visualizacin.
los dos dispositivos se conectan a este producto de forma
3 Aparece cuando los elementos no se pueden mostrar en una 1 Active la tecnologa inalmbrica Bluetooth en automtica en el orden en que estn registrados en la lista
sola pgina. sus dispositivos. de dispositivos.
Arrastre la barra de desplazamiento o la lista para ver los
elementos ocultos. 2 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
pgina 79 pgina 79
Uso de la barra del tiempo
3 Toque [Conexin]. 2 Toque [Conexin autom.] para cambiar a Act.
4 Toque . o bien a Des..
1 El sistema busca dispositivos Bluetooth en espera de una
conexin y los muestra en la lista en caso de encontrarse algn Eliminacin de un dispositivo
la dispositivo.
999999 -999999
registrado
5 Toque el nombre del dispositivo Bluetooth.
e Despus de que el dispositivo se haya registrado exitosamente,
1 Puede modificar el punto de reproduccin arrastrando la el sistema establece una conexin Bluetooth. Una vez estable- PRECAUCIN
tecla. cida la conexin, el nombre del dispositivo se muestra en la lista. Nunca apague este producto mientras se est eliminando el
p El tiempo de reproduccin correspondiente a la posicin p En caso de que su dispositivo sea compatible con el dispositivo Bluetooth emparejado.
de la tecla se muestra mientras se arrastra la tecla. Emparejamiento Simple Seguro (SSP), aparece un nmero
de seis dgitos en la visualizacin de este producto. Toque 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
[S] para emparejar el dispositivo. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
Cambio del panel de funcin p La conexin Bluetooth tambin se puede lograr mediante la pgina 79
deteccin de este producto desde el dispositivo Bluetooth.
Antes del registro, asegrese de que Visibilidad en el
2 Toque [Conexin].
1 Toque . men Bluetooth est en Act.. Consulte informacin 3 Toque .
Aparece la tecla de funciones ocultas. detallada sobre las operaciones de dispositivos Bluetooth en
p Esta tecla no aparece en algunas fuentes AV. las instrucciones de operacin que acompaan al disposi-
tivo Bluetooth.
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Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la p Este ajuste est disponible solo cuando detiene el vehculo
Conexin manual de un dispo- pgina 79 en un lugar seguro y acciona el freno de mano.
sitivo Bluetooth registrado 2 Toque [Entrada de cdigo PIN].
p Debe guardar con antelacin el archivo de actualizacin de
la versin en el dispositivo de almacenamiento USB.
Conecte manualmente el dispositivo Bluetooth en los siguientes 3 Toque de [0] a [9] para ingresar el cdigo PIN PRECAUCIN
casos: (hasta 8-dgitos).
Nunca apague este producto ni desconecte el telfono mien-
Dos o ms dispositivos Bluetooth estn registrados, y
usted desea seleccionar manualmente el dispositivo que se
4 Toque . tras se est actualizando el software. p
utilizar. 1 Conecte a esta unidad el dispositivo de alma-
Usted desea reconectar un dispositivo Bluetooth Visualizacin de la informacin cenamiento USB que contiene el archivo de
desconectado. actualizacin de la versin.
La conexin no se puede establecer automticamente por del dispositivo Consulte Conexin y desconexin de un dispositivo de alma-
alguna razn. cenamiento USB en la pgina 76
1 Active la tecnologa inalmbrica Bluetooth en 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la 2 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
sus dispositivos. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
pgina 79
2 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. pgina 79 p
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la 2 Toque [Inform. dispositivo].
Se muestran el nombre del dispositivo y la direccin del disposi- 3 Toque [Actualiz. software BT].
pgina 79
tivo Bluetooth en este producto. 4 Toque [Iniciar].
3 Toque [Conexin]. Siga las instrucciones que aparecen en la pantalla para terminar
4 Toque el nombre del dispositivo. Eliminacin del contenido de la de actualizar el software Bluetooth.
p Para desconectar el dispositivo, toque el nombre del disposi-
tivo conectado que aparece en la lista. memoria Bluetooth Visualizacin de la versin del p

Cambio de la visibilidad
p Este ajuste est disponible solo cuando detiene el vehculo
en un lugar seguro y acciona el freno de mano.
software Bluetooth
PRECAUCIN Si este producto no funciona correctamente, quiz deba
Esta funcin sirve para permitir o evitar que este producto est
comunicarse con su distribuidor para solicitar las reparaciones
visible en el otro dispositivo. Nunca apague este producto mientras se est eliminando el correspondientes.
El ajuste predeterminado es Act.. contenido de la memoria Bluetooth. En estos casos, lleve a cabo el siguiente procedimiento para
1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. revisar la versin de software de esta unidad.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
pgina 79 pgina 79 Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
2 Toque [Visibilidad] para cambiar a Act. o bien 2 Toque [Borr. memo. Bluetooth]. pgina 79
a Des.. 2 Toque [Inform. versin Bluetooth].
3 Toque [Borrar].
Aparece la pantalla de confirmacin. Aparece la versin del mdulo Bluetooth de este producto.
Introduccin del cdigo PIN
para la conexin inalmbrica Actualizacin del software Cambio del dispositivo
Bluetooth Bluetooth Bluetooth conectado
Esta funcin se utiliza para actualizar este producto con Despus de registrar y conectar los dispositivos Bluetooth a este
Para conectar su dispositivo Bluetooth a este producto, debe
el software Bluetooth ms reciente. Consulte informacin producto, puede alternar entre los dispositivos usando la tecla
ingresar un cdigo PIN.
detallada en nuestro sitio web sobre el software Bluetooth y la de cambio de dispositivos de la funcin telefnica y algunas
Puede cambiar el cdigo PIN con esta funcin.
actualizacin. fuentes de audio.
p El cdigo PIN predeterminado es 0000.
p La fuente se desactiva y la conexin Bluetooth se desco- p Puede registrar hasta tres dispositivos Bluetooth en este
1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. necta antes de comenzar el proceso. producto.

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o
xin de disposi- Cambia a la funcin de reconocimiento de voz (para
*5
tivo Bluetooth
X7850BT X7850TV
iPhone).
de Consulte Uso de la funcin de reconocimiento de
Sincroniza los contactos de la agenda voz (para iPhone) en la pgina 83
telefnica de este producto con los Si conecta dos telfonos celulares a este producto
Consulte Registro de sus dispositivos Bluetooth en la contactos de su telfono manualmente. *6 al mismo tiempo, puede alternar entre los telfonos
n- pgina 79 celulares usando la tecla de cambio de dispositivos.
p Puede conectar uno de los dispositivos registrados a este Se muestran los siguientes elementos en la tecla.
- producto. En los casos en que el dispositivo registrado Phone Book
3
abcdefghi... ABC Nombre del telfono celular actual
incluya una funcin telefnica, se pueden conectar un total Nmero de la lista del telfono celular actual
de dos dispositivos al mismo tiempo al utilizar la funcin *1
abcdefghi A Estado de la batera del telfono celular actual
telefnica. Si dos de los tres dispositivos registrados ya B Estado de recepcin del telfono celular actual
a- *2
estn conectados, puede conectar el tercer dispositivo abcdefghi C Consulte Cambio del dispositivo Bluetooth conec-
restante para utilizar la funcin de audio nicamente de la *3 tado en la pgina 80
D
tecla de cambio de dispositivos en la pantalla de fuente de abcdefghi
E
audio. *4
p El icono del telfono celular que se est utilizando en ese abcdefghi F PRECAUCIN
momento se muestra en la pantalla Men de telfono. *5 G Por su seguridad, evite hablar por telfono mientras conduce.
Si conecta dos telfonos celulares a este producto al mismo abcdefghi
Para utilizar esta funcin, debe conectar en primer lugar su
tiempo, puede alternar entre los telfonos celulares usando telfono celular a este producto mediante Bluetooth.
nar la tecla de cambio de dispositivos. El contenido del men Consulte Registro y conexin de dispositivo Bluetooth en la
*6
telefnico se conserva en la memoria en el caso de cada pgina 79
telfono celular conectado.
Consulte Telefona manos libres en la pgina 81
p La tecla de cambio de dispositivos aparecer en el caso de Cambia el idioma de bsqueda Visualizacin de la pantalla del
algunas fuentes de audio. Es posible que la fuente de audio a ingls o al idioma del sistema.
se cambie automticamente a la otra fuente segn el dispo- men del Telfono
sitivo seleccionado.
es *1 Cambia a la pantalla de marcacin preestablecida. 1 Pulse .
Consulte Uso de las listas de marcado preestable-
cido en la pgina 82 2 Toque .
Aparece la pantalla del men del telfono.
Cambia a la lista de la agenda telefnica.
*2 Consulte Llamar a un nmero de la agenda telef-
nica en la pgina 82 Hacer una llamada telefnica
Cambia a los registros de llamadas perdidas, recibi-
*3 das y marcadas. Puede hacer una llamada telefnica de varias formas.
Consulte Marcacin desde el historial en la pgina
82 Marcacin directa
Cambia el modo para ingresar el nmero telefnico
*4 directamente.
Consulte Marcacin directa en la pgina 81 1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en
la pgina 81
ste 2 Toque .
a
3 Toque las teclas numricas para ingresar el
nmero telefnico.
4 Toque para hacer una llamada.
5 Toque para concluir una llamada.
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p Quiz escuche un ruido al colgar el telfono.
Uso de las listas de marcado Minimizar la pantalla de confir- In
Llamar a un nmero de la agenda preestablecido macin de marcado te
telefnica p La pantalla de confirmacin de marcado no se puede mini- Pue
Registro de un nmero telefnico mizar en la pantalla de operacin AV. bre
p Los contactos de su telfono se transferirn a este producto Puede almacenar con facilidad hasta seis nmeros telefnicos p Las fuentes AV no se pueden seleccionar incluso si la panta-
de forma automtica. lla de confirmacin de marcado se minimiza mientras habla 1
por dispositivo como opciones preestablecidas.
p Debe activarse la opcin Visibilidad de la pantalla por telfono o recibe una llamada entrante.
Bluetooth. 1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono.
Consulte Cambio de la visibilidad en la pgina 80 Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en 1 Toque .
2
p Si dos telfonos celulares se conectan automticamente a la pgina 81 Toque para mostrar otra vez la pantalla de
este producto con la funcin de autoconexin del dispositivo confirmacin de marcado.
Bluetooth, se muestra la agenda telefnica del segundo
2 Toque o . Aj
En la pantalla Directorio de telfonos, toque el nombre
telfono.
1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono.
deseado para que se muestre el nmero telefnico del contacto. Cambio de los ajustes Dur
3 Toque . (ha
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en telefnicos
la pgina 81 Marcacin desde la lista de marcado 1
2 Toque . preestablecido Cmo contestar una llamada p
3 Toque el nombre deseado de la lista. 1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono. automticamente
4 Toque el nmero telefnico. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en
Aparece la pantalla de marcacin y el dispositivo comienza a la pgina 81 Tiene la opcin de contestar una llamada automticamente. p
marcar. El ajuste predeterminado es Des..
2 Toque .
5 Toque para concluir una llamada. p Incluso si se recibe una llamada entrante en el otro telfono
3 Toque el elemento deseado. conectado mientras usted habla por telfono, no contestar
Aparece la pantalla de marcacin y el dispositivo comienza a automticamente la llamada entrante.
Marcacin desde el historial marcar.
1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono. Recepcin de una llamada pgina 79
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en
telefnica 2 Toque [Respuesta automtica] para cambiar a Aj
la pgina 81 Act. o bien a Des.. ot
2 Toque . p Cuando dos telfonos estn conectados al mismo tiempo, si
el segundo telfono recibe una llamada entrante mientras
3 Toque el elemento para cambiar la lista del est hablando en el primer telfono, se mostrar la pantalla Cambio del tono de llamada Este
historial. per
de confirmacin de marcado del segundo telfono.
Estn disponibles los siguientes elementos: Tiene la opcin de usar el tono de llamada de este producto. 1
: Registro de llamadas recibidas 1 Toque para contestar una llamada. El ajuste predeterminado es Act..
: Registro de llamadas marcadas Si toca mientras recibe una llamada en
: Registro de llamadas perdidas 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth.
espera, puede cambiar de interlocutor.
4 Toque la entrada deseada del registro para
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la
pgina 79
U
Toque para rechazar la llamada.
hacer una llamada.
2 Toque para concluir una llamada. 2 Toque [Timbre] para cambiar a Act. o bien a m
Aparece la pantalla de marcacin y el dispositivo comienza a
marcar. Des.. Al c
de r
5 Toque para concluir una llamada. pro
p
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p En este captulo, se har referencia al iPhone y al iPod touch Si se selecciona el modo privado en el telfono celular, es
r- Inversin de nombres en la agenda con la denominacin iPhone. posible que se desactive la telefona manos libres.
telefnica
1 Visualice la pantalla Men de telfono. Registro y conexin
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla del men del Telfono en Las operaciones de telefona celular varan en funcin del
i- Puede utilizar esta funcin para cambiar el orden de los nom- la pgina 81 tipo de telfono celular. Consulte instrucciones detalladas en
bres y los apellidos que aparecen en la agenda telefnica. el manual de instrucciones provisto con su telfono celular.
nta- 2 Toque . Cuando una transferencia de agenda telefnica no funcione,
bla 1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. Se inicia la funcin de reconocimiento de voz y aparece la
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la desconecte su telfono y realice un emparejamiento nueva-
pantalla de control de voz.
pgina 79 mente desde su telfono a este producto.
p Tambin puede iniciar la funcin de reconocimiento de voz
2 Toque [Invertir nombre]. al pulsar y mantener presionado . Cmo hacer y recibir llamadas
p Si dos telfonos celulares se conectan automticamente a Es posible que escuche un ruido en las siguientes
este producto con la funcin de autoconexin del dispositivo situaciones:
Ajuste del modo privado Bluetooth, la funcin de reconocimiento de voz (modo Eyes Al contestar el telfono mediante el botn del telfono.
Free de Siri) se establecer en el segundo telfono. Cuando el interlocutor cuelgue el telfono.
Durante una conversacin, puede cambiar al modo privado p Si desea utilizar la funcin de reconocimiento de voz Si el interlocutor no puede escuchar la conversacin debido
(hablar directamente en su telfono celular). (modo Eyes Free de Siri) en otro iPhone conectado, toque a un eco, disminuya el nivel de volumen de la telefona
1 2 3
para cambiar al otro iPhone. El iPhone al que manos libres.
1 Toque o para activar o desactivar el cambie se establecer como el dispositivo actual. Con algunos telfonos celulares, incluso despus de pulsar
modo privado. el botn del telfono celular para aceptar una llamada
p Si dos telfonos celulares estn conectados a este producto entrante, es posible que no se lleve a cabo la telefona
y el primer telfono est en el modo privado, puede recibir Ajuste de la sincronizacin manos libres.
llamadas entrantes en el segundo telfono mientras con-
serva la llamada en desarrollo del primer telfono.
automtica de la agenda El nombre registrado aparecer si el nmero telefnico ya
est registrado en la agenda telefnica. Cuando un nmero
p Cuando dos telfonos celulares estn conectados a este pro-
ducto y el modo privado del primer telfono est apagado,
telefnica telefnico est registrado con distintos nombres, solo se
mostrar el nmero telefnico.
no si contesta una llamada entrante en el segundo telfono Tiene la opcin de sincronizar la agenda telefnica con los
ar mientras una llamada est en curso en el primer telfono o contactos de su telfono de forma automtica cuando conecte
Los historiales de llamadas recibidas y nmeros
mientras marca o recibe una llamada en el primer telfono, el telfono a este producto. marcados
se termina la llamada, la marcacin o la recepcin en el El ajuste predeterminado es Des.. No puede realizar una llamada en la entrada de un usuario
primer telfono. desconocido (sin nmero telefnico) que aparezca en el
1 Visualice la pantalla Bluetooth. historial de llamadas recibidas.
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Bluetooth en la Si se realizan llamadas mediante el uso de su telfono
a Ajuste del volumen de audio de la pgina 79 celular, no se guardar en este producto ningn dato del
otra persona 2 Toque [Sincronizar autom. directorio] para historial.
cambiar a Act. o bien a Des.. Transferencias de la agenda telefnica
Este producto se puede ajustar al volumen de audio de la otra Si aparecen ms de 1 000entradas de la agenda telefnica
persona. en su telfono celular, es posible que no se descarguen por
Notas sobre la telefona manos completo todas las entradas.
1 Toque para alternar entre los tres niveles
de volumen. libres Segn el telfono, este producto quiz no muestre la agenda
telefnica correctamente.
Si la agenda telefnica del telfono contiene datos de
Uso de la funcin de reconoci- Notas generales imgenes, quiz no se transfiera correctamente la agenda
No se garantiza la conexin a todos los telfonos celulares telefnica.
a miento de voz (para iPhone) con tecnologa inalmbrica Bluetooth. La disponibilidad de la funcin de transferencia de la agenda
La distancia de lnea visual entre este producto y su telfono telefnica depende del telfono celular.
Al conectar su iPhone a este producto, puede utilizar la funcin celular no debe ser mayor a 10 metros al enviar y recibir voz
de reconocimiento de voz (modo Eyes Free de Siri) en este y datos mediante la tecnologa Bluetooth.
producto. Con algunos telfonos celulares, es posible que el sonido del
p Cuando se utiliza un iPhone con iOS 6.1 o superior, el modo tono de llamada no se emita desde las bocinas.
Eyes Free de Siri est disponible con este producto.
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Configuracin para iPod/iPhone o telfono inteligente
Al utilizar un iPod/iPhone o un telfono inteligente con este Se desconecta el medio de conexin del telfono inteli- p La compatibilidad con este producto depende de la versin
producto, configure los ajustes de este producto para que sean gente (USB y Bluetooth). del Android OS. In
acordes con el dispositivo que se conectar. p No se garantiza la compatibilidad con todos los dispositivos
Los
Esta seccin describe los ajustes necesarios para cada Android.
dispositivo. Compatibilidad con iPod Para obtener informacin detallada acerca de la compatibilidad
de este producto con el dispositivo Android, consulte la informa- iP
Este producto es compatible solo con los siguientes modelos de
cin que aparece en nuestro sitio web. M
El flujo bsico de configura- iPod y versiones de software de iPod. Otros quiz no funcionen
correctamente.
cin de iPod/iPhone o telfono iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus: iOS 7.0 o posterior. Co
iPhone 3GS: iOS 6.0.1
inteligente iPod touch (4.a, 5.a generacin): iOS 6.0.1 Co
iPod touch (3.a generacin): iOS 5.1.1 Fue
1 Seleccione el mtodo de conexin de su dispositivo. iPod touch (2.a generacin): iOS 4.2.1
Consulte Cmo establecer el mtodo de conexin del iPod classic 160 GB (2009): Ver. 2.0.4
dispositivo en la pgina 84 iPod classic 160 GB (2008): Ver. 2.0.1
2 Conecte su dispositivo a este producto. iPod classic 80 GB: Ver. 1.1.2
Consulte Conexin en la pgina 119 iPod nano (7.a generacin)
3 En caso necesario, conecte su dispositivo a este produc- iPod nano (6.a generacin): Ver. 1.2
iPod nano (5.a generacin): Ver. 1.0.2
iP
to mediante conexin Bluetooth.
iPod nano (4.a generacin): Ver. 1.0.4 M
Consulte Registro y conexin de dispositivo Bluetooth en
iPod nano (3.a generacin): Ver. 1.1.3
la pgina 79
p Puede conectar y controlar un iPod compatible con este pro- Co
ducto mediante cables conectores adquiridos por separado.
p Es posible que los mtodos de operacin varen en funcin Co
Cmo establecer el mtodo de del modelo del iPod y la versin del software.
Fue
p La compatibilidad del iPod con este producto depende de la
conexin del dispositivo versin del software del iPod.
Para obtener informacin detallada acerca de la compatibi-
Para utilizar la aplicacin para iPhone o telfono inteligente
lidad de este producto con el iPod, consulte la informacin
en este producto, seleccione el mtodo de conexin de su
que aparece en nuestro sitio web.
dispositivo.
Este manual corresponde a los siguientes modelos de iPod.
Los ajustes deben ser acordes al dispositivo conectado.
iPod con conector de 30 clavijas
1 Visualice la pantalla de ajustes Sistema. iPhone 3GS, 4, 4s Di
iPod touch de 2.a, 3.a, 4.a generacin
M
iPod classic 80 GB, 160 GB
iPod nano de 3.a, 4.a, 5.a, 6.a generacin
iPod con conector Lightning Co
iPhone 6, 6 Plus
iPhone 5, 5c, 5s Co
2 Toque [Config. entrada/salida].
iPod touch de 5.a generacin Fue
3 Toque [Config. smartphone]. iPod nano de 7.a generacin
4 Toque los siguientes ajustes.
Dispositivo: Seleccione el dispositivo que se conectar. Compatibilidad con dispositivo
Conexin / Aplicacin: Seleccione el mtodo de conexin.
Consulte Informacin sobre las conexiones y las funciones Android
para cada dispositivo en la pgina 85
El ajuste cambiar despus de que se ejecuten automtica- p Es posible que los mtodos de operacin varen en funcin
mente los siguientes procesos. del dispositivo Android y la versin del software del Android
La fuente est desactivada. OS.
Se cierra AppRadioMode.
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n
Informacin sobre las conexiones y las funciones para cada dispositivo
os
Los ajustes y los cables necesarios para conectar cada dispositivo, y las fuentes disponibles, se explican a continuacin.
ad
ma- iPod/iPhone con un conector de 30 clavijas
Mtodo de conexin del dispositivo Al conectarse mediante Bluetooth Al conectarse mediante CD-IU201V (de venta Al conectarse mediante CD-IU51 (de venta
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV) por separado) por separado)
Config. smartphone Dispositivo iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod
Conexin Inalmb. por BT USB USB
Conexin Bluetooth La conexin Bluetooth es necesaria.
Fuentes disponibles iPod (audio)
iPod (video)
Pandora
Spotify

iPod/iPhone con un conector Lightning


Mtodo de conexin del dispositivo Al conectarse mediante Bluetooth Al conectarse mediante CD-IU52 (de venta por separado)
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
Config. smartphone Dispositivo iPhone / iPod iPhone / iPod
Conexin Inalmb. por BT USB
Conexin Bluetooth La conexin Bluetooth es necesaria.
Fuentes disponibles iPod (audio)
iPod (video)
Pandora
Spotify
AppRadioMode

Dispositivo Android
Mtodo de conexin del dispositivo Al conectarse mediante Bluetooth Al conectarse mediante CD-MU200 (de venta por separado)
(AVH-X7850BT) (AVH-X7850TV)
Config. smartphone Dispositivo Otros Otros
Aplicacin USB/MTP AppRadioMode
Conexin Bluetooth La conexin Bluetooth es necesaria.
Fuentes disponibles Pandora
Spotify
AppRadioMode
Cuando Aplicacin de Config. smartphone est en
AppRadioMode.

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Radio
Muestra la lista del canal preajustado. p Al mantener presionado o , tambin puede llevar a
cabo la sintonizacin de bsqueda ininterrumpida. Vuelva a
2 Toque para comenzar una bsqueda. A
Mientras se muestra el mensaje, las seis frecuencias de transmi-
Seleccione un elemento de la lista ( 1 a tocar para cancelar. sin ms potentes se almacenarn en las teclas de presintona ci
6 ) para cambiar el canal preajustado. en el orden de su fuerza de seal.
Pue
Selecciona la banda FM1, Procedimiento de inicio El proceso de almacenamiento se cancela al tocar ban
FM2, FM3 o AM. [Cancelar]. la b
1 Visualice la pantalla Seleccin de fuente AV. p

Radio
1 6/10
21 48 Visualizacin de la pantalla de
1
2 FM1 AM los Ajustes de radio

3 Abcdefghi 1 Visualice la pantalla de ajustes Sistema.


2
2 Toque [Radio].
Abcdefghi
4 Abcdefghi
Aparece la pantalla Radio.

5
000.00 MHz Bsqueda por informacin de 3
6 PTY 2 Toque [Config. fuentes AV]. Los
Pas
Puede sintonizar una emisora mediante la informacin de PTY 3 Toque [Configuracin de la radio].
Realiza la sintonizacin manual. (identificacin del tipo de programa).


p Esta funcin est disponible cuando el sintonizador FM se
HOLD Realiza la sintonizacin de bsqueda o selecciona. Sintonizacin de las frecuencias Pas
la sintonizacin de bsqueda sin parada.
1 Toque . ms potentes
Soltar la tecla en unos segundos salta desde
2 Toque o para seleccionar el elemento. p Este ajuste est disponible solo cuando se selecciona
la frecuencia actual a la emisora ms cercana. Estn disponibles los siguientes elementos: Radio como la fuente. A
Mantener la tecla pulsada durante varios Noticias e informacin (ajuste predeterminado), Popular, La sintonizacin de bsqueda local le permite sintonizar solo
segundos realiza la sintonizacin de Clsica, Otros. aquellas emisoras de radio con seales suficientemente cu
bsqueda sin parada. potentes.
3 Toque para comenzar la bsqueda. Cua
El proceso de bsqueda se cancela al tocar 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la sint
Recupera el canal preajustado radio. pro
[Cancelar].
vinculado a una tecla de la memoria. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio El a
en la pgina 86 1
HOLD Almacena la frecuencia de Almacenamiento de las fre- 2 Toque [Local].
emisin actual en una tecla.
cuencias de transmisin ms 3 Toque el elemento.

Des. (ajuste predeterminado):
potentes Desactiva el ajuste de sintonizacin de bsqueda. 2
Busca una transmisin por informacin de PTY. Nivel1 a Nivel4:
Consulte Bsqueda por informacin de PTY en la La funcin de memoria de mejores emisoras (BSM) almacena
automticamente las seis frecuencias de transmisin ms Ajusta el nivel de sensibilidad para FM en Nivel1 a Nivel4
pgina 86 (para AM Nivel1 o Nivel2).
potentes en las teclas de presintona 1 a 6.
p Es posible que el almacenamiento de frecuencias de trans- p El ajuste de FM Nivel4 (AM Nivel2) permite la recepcin A
p Al pulsar o , tambin puede cambiar los canales de las emisoras con las seales ms potentes nicamente.
preestablecidos. misin con BSM sustituya a las que ya tenga guardadas. PI
p Al mantener presionado o y soltarlo, tambin p Es posible que las frecuencias de transmisin previamente
puede llevar a cabo la sintonizacin de bsqueda. almacenadas se mantengan as si el nmero de frecuencias Cua
almacenadas no ha llegado al lmite. dato

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transmisin del cdigo de PI (Identificacin del Programa) de
Ajuste del paso de sintoniza- toda la banda de frecuencia de forma automtica. Recepcin de anuncios de
smi-
a cin de FM o AM El ajuste predeterminado es Des..
noticias
1 Desactive la fuente.
Puede cambiar el paso de bsqueda de sintonizacin para la Consulte Seleccin de una fuente en la pgina 78 Las noticias se pueden recibir desde la ltima frecuencia selec-
car banda FM y el paso de bsqueda de sintonizacin/manual para cionada y puede interrumpir a las otras fuentes.
la banda AM. 2 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la El ajuste predeterminado es Des..
p Para la banda FM, el paso de sintonizacin manual se fija en radio.
50 kHz. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la
en la pgina 86 radio.
1 Desactive la fuente. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio
Consulte Seleccin de una fuente en la pgina 78 3 Toque [Id. prog. auto.] para cambiar a Act. o en la pgina 86
2 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la bien a Des..
p Incluso si la fijas en Des., la bsqueda de PI se realiza de 2 Toque [Interrupcin noticias] para cambiar a
radio. forma automtica cuando el sintonizador no puede obtener Act. o bien a Des..
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio una buena recepcin.
en la pgina 86
Recepcin de transmisiones de
3 Toque [FM Step] o [FM Step] para cambiar el
paso de sintonizacin.
Lmite de las emisoras a la pro- alarma
Los siguientes elementos estn disponibles para cada ajuste: gramacin regional Las transmisiones de alarma se pueden recibir desde la ltima
Paso FM
100kHz(ajuste predeterminado) Puede cambiar independientemente que el cdigo de rea se frecuencia seleccionada y puede interrumpir a las otras fuentes.
50kHz verifique durante la autobsqueda de PI. El ajuste predeterminado es Act..
as Paso AM El ajuste predeterminado es Act.. 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la
9kHz (ajuste predeterminado) radio.
10kHz
1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la
radio. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio en la pgina 86
Ajuste de la bsqueda de fre- en la pgina 86 2 Toque [Interrupcin de alarma] para cambiar a
cuencia alternativa 2 Toque [Regional] para cambiar a Act. o bien a Act. o bien a Des..
Des..
Cuando el sintonizador no pueda obtener una buena recepcin,
sintoniza otra emisora de transmisin compatible con el mismo
programa de la red actual. Recepcin de anuncios de tr-
io El ajuste predeterminado es Des..
fico (TA)
1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la
radio. El anuncio de trfico se puede recibir desde la ltima frecuencia
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio seleccionada y puede interrumpir a las otras fuentes.
en la pgina 86 El ajuste predeterminado es Des..

2 Toque [FREC alternativa] para cambiar a Act. 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin de la


o bien a Des.. radio.
4 Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla de los Ajustes de radio
en la pgina 86
n Ajuste de la autobsqueda de 2 Toque [Interrupcin AT] para cambiar a Act. o
e.
PI bien a Des..
Cuando cambie a la emisora de transmisin que contiene
datos RDS, se realizan las bsquedas de la misma emisora de

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Sintonizador de TV TV digital
X7850BT X6850DVD X7850TV Pr
Oculta las teclas de control del sintonizador. Oculta las teclas de control del 1
Para volver a visualizar las teclas, toque sintonizador.
en cualquier parte de la pantalla. 2 Toque [TV]. Para volver a visualizar las teclas, toque
Aparece la pantalla TV.
en cualquier parte de la pantalla.
Muestra la gua
electrnica de programas. Almacenamiento de emisoras Recupera el servicio preajustado.
2
Esta funcin almacena automticamente las emisoras. Estado de la recepcin Apa

TV
Las frecuencias almacenadas durante este paso pueden reem-
6/10
21 48 plazar a aquellas guardadas previamente. de la televisin digital.
Re
1 Toque [Menu].

TV
1 abcdefghi abcdefghi
6/10
21 48 de
abcdefghi
2 Toque [Channel Search].
2 abcdefghi Los canales preestablecidos se enumeran en orden de frecuen-
3 abcdefghi EPG Menu
cia del canal.
abcdefghi 1
1/3
4 abcdefghi El proceso de almacenamiento se cancela al tocar abcdefghi
005
Full
CH
5 abcdefghi [Cancelar]. 2
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6 abcdefghi
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V
Cambia los canales preajustados
hacia arriba o hacia abajo. C
1
Muestra el men del Cambia los servicios hacia
2
sintonizador de la televisin. arriba o hacia abajo.
3
Recupera el canal preajustado. 4
Actualiza la informacin de la
lista de servicios preajustados.
p Al pulsar
preestablecidos.
o , tambin puede cambiar los canales
Tocar [Cancelar], interrumpe el Ca
p Cmo cambiar el modo de pantalla panormica. proceso de bsqueda. su
Consulte Operaciones comunes en la pgina 117
Puede controlar un sintonizador de TV, como GEX-1550DTV (de Pue
venta por separado). Muestra la Gua electrnica de programas (EPG). El a
Las siguiente descripcin difiere del manual de instruccio- Consulte Recepcin de la informacin del programa 1
nes del sintonizador de TV. en la pgina 89

Procedimiento de inicio p Cuando comience a utilizar esta fuente, se actualiza auto-


mticamente la informacin preestablecida de la lista de 2
servicios.
1 Visualice la pantalla Seleccin de fuente AV. p Al pulsar o , tambin puede cambiar los servicios
preestablecidos.

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TV digital
Procedimiento de inicio Cambio del ajuste de salida de 7 Toque .
8 Introduzca la nueva contrasea de nuevo.
1 Visualice la pantalla Seleccin de fuente AV.
sonido
9 Toque .
1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin DTV. Se confirma el nuevo cdigo.
e Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin DTV
en la pgina 89 Visualizacin de la versin del
2 Toque [Configuracin salida sonido].
2 Toque [TV]. software DTV
Aparece la pantalla TV. 3 Toque el elemento.
Estn disponibles los siguientes elementos: 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin DTV.
Principal (ajuste predeterminado), Sub, Princ. + Sub. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin DTV
Recepcin de la informacin en la pgina 89
del programa Ajuste del control parental 2 Toque [Informacin de versin de DTV].
Aparece la versin del mdulo de TV digital de este producto.
1 Toque para mostrar la EPG del servicio 1 Sintonice el servicio para el cual desea ajustar
actual. el control parental.
2 Toque el ttulo del programa para recibir la 2 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin DTV.
informacin. Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin DTV
en la pgina 89

Visualizacin de la pantalla 3 Toque [Control paterno].


4 Introduzca la contrasea.
Configuracin DTV El cdigo predeterminado es 0000.

1 Pulse . 5 Toque .
2 Toque ; y despus, . 6 Toque el elemento para ajustar la clasificacin
de bloqueo.
3 Toque [Config. fuentes AV]. Estn disponibles los siguientes elementos:
4 Toque [Configuracin DTV]. Des. (ajuste predeterminado), Menos de 10 aos, Menos de
12 aos, Menos de 14 aos, Menos de 16 aos, Menos de
18 aos.
Cambio del ajuste de los
subttulos Ajuste de la contrasea
Puede establecer la visualizacin de los subttulos.
El ajuste predeterminado es Des.. 1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin DTV.
ma Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin DTV
1 Visualice la pantalla Configuracin DTV. en la pgina 89
Consulte Visualizacin de la pantalla Configuracin DTV
en la pgina 89 2 Toque [Control paterno].
-
2 Toque [Subttulos] para cambiar a Act. o a 3 Introduzca la contrasea.
Des.. El cdigo predeterminado es 0000.
ios 4 Toque .
5 Toque [Ed. cd.].
6 Introduzca la nueva contrasea.
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Disco
Indicador del nmero de pista Oculta las teclas del panel tctil. P
Reproduce los archivos en orden aleatorio.
Pantalla de fuente de audio 1 Esta funcin est disponible con los CD de msica. Para volver a visualizar las teclas, toque
en cualquier parte de la pantalla.

CD 21 48
6/10
: No reproduce las pistas en orden aleatorio.
Lleva a cabo la reproduccin
: Reproduce todas las pistas en orden aleatorio. fotograma a fotograma.
*1
Track 99 Pantalla de fuente de audio 2 HOLD Lleva a cabo la reproduccin a cmara lenta.

CD 21 48
6/10
Cada vez que toque cambia la velocidad
en cuatro pasos en el siguiente orden:
999999 Pause -999999 1/16 1/8 1/4 1/2
Track 99
Pantalla de fuente de vdeo 1

DVD 21 48
*2
Salta archivos hacia 6/10

delante o hacia atrs.


Alterna entre reproduccin y *3
pausa. Stop *4
Establece un rango de reproduccin 99 99

de repeticin. Full 01 OFF


*5

: Repite el disco actual.


999999 Pause -999999

: Repite la pista actual.

Avanza o retrocede
rpidamente.
Vuelva a tocar para cambiar la
velocidad de reproduccin.
Detiene la reproduccin.

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Pantalla de fuente de vdeo 2 Pantalla de fuente de vdeo 2 Cambia el idioma de los subttulos o el audio.
*5 Consulte Cambio del idioma de los subttulos o el

DVD DVD
e 6/10
21 48 6/10
21 48 audio en la pgina 92
Muestra el teclado del men del DVD.
*6 Consulte Control del men del DVD mediante las
teclas del panel tctil en la pgina 92

Stop Stop p Al presionar o , tambin puede adelantar o


99 99 99 99
retrasar para saltar archivos/captulos.
p Al mantener presionado o , tambin puede
L+R 01 L+R 01
atrasar o adelantar rpidamente.
999999 Pause -999999 999999 Pause -999999
p Si se est reproduciendo un CD de video con PBC On,
aparece .
*6
p Puede ajustar el tamao de la pantalla para imagen de video.
Consulte Operaciones comunes en la pgina 117
Establece un rango de
reproduccin de repeticin. Procedimiento de inicio
Reanuda la reproduccin (marcador).
: Repite todos los archivos. Esta funcin est disponible con los DVD de vdeo.
Puede reproducir un CD musical normal, un Video CD, o DVD-
3 : Repite el captulo actual. Puede memorizar un punto como marcador para Video mediante el lector integrado de este producto.
un disco (hasta un mximo de cinco discos).
4 : Repite el ttulo actual. PRECAUCIN
Para borrar el marcador del disco, toque y Por razones de seguridad, no pueden verse las imgenes
5 Cambia el ngulo de mantenga pulsada esta tecla. de video mientras el vehculo est en movimiento. Para ver
visualizacin (ngulo mltiple). imgenes de video, detngase en un lugar seguro y accione
Esta funcin est disponible con los DVD
Regresa y comienza la reproduccin el freno de mano.

que posean grabaciones de ngulo mltiple.


desde el punto especificado. 1 Inserte el disco.
Esta funcin est disponible con los DVD La fuente cambia y la reproduccin comenzar en seguida.
Selecciona la salida de audio entre de vdeo y los CD de vdeo que posean Consulte Insercin y expulsin de un disco en la pgina 76
[L+R], [Left], [Right], [Mix]. p Si el disc