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Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
Clarion Max385vd user manual
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  • 1. Owneis manual & Installation manualManual de instrucciones y de instalaci6nVRX485VDMAX385VDMULTIMEDIA STATION &7-inch TOUCH PANEL CONTROLEQUIPO DVD MULTIMEDIA YPANEL DE CONTROL TAcTIL DE 7 pulgadas2-DIN DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION &6.S-inch TOUCH PANEL CONTROLEQUIPO DVD MULTIMEDIA 2-DIN YPANEL DE CONTROL TAcTIL DE 6.S pulgadas
  • 2. CLARION PRODUCT REGISTRATION INFORMATION For USA and Canada only www.clarion.com Dear Customer: Congratulations on your purchase of a Clarion mobile electronic product. We are confident that youll enjoy your Clarion experience. There are many benefits to registering your product. We invite you to visit our website at www.clarion.com to register your Clarion product. We have made product registration simple with our easy to use website. The registration form is short and easy to complete. Once youre registered, we can keep you informed of important product information. Register at www.clarion.com - its easy to keep your Clarion product up to date.Contents1. FEATURES 3 Expanding Systems...................................................................................................... 32. PRECAUTIONS ...............•........................................................................................... 43. CONTROLS/COMMANDES/CONTROLES 5 Names of Buttons......................................................................................................... 6 Outline of Button and Touchkey Operation 7 Remote Control............................................................................................................ 10 Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons 114. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING 13 Operation panel 13 Cleaning....................................................................................................................... 13 Handling Discs 145. DVD VIDEO SYSTEM 15 DVD Video Features 15 Discs............................................................................................................................. 16 About the registered marks etc. 166. OPERATIONS.............................................................................................................. 17 Basic Operations.......................................................................................................... 18 Radio Operations 21 DVD Video Player Operations...................................................................................... 227. ACCESSORIES 31 iPod Operations............................................................................................................ 31 AUX In Operations. 32 Sirius Radio Operations... 338. TROUBLESHOOTING 359. ERROR DISPLAYS...................................................................................................... 361O. SPECIFICATIONS 37INSTALLATION AND WIRE CONNECTION MANUAL. 38 VRX48SVD/MAX38SVD 2
  • 3. • Motorized 7" Widescreen LCD • CD-R1CD-RW/DVD±R1DVD±RW Compatible • Double Din Motorized 6.5" Widescreen LCD • Built-in 40 W x 4 Amplifier o • Touch Panel Control :f: • iPod@ Control ~ • DVD Video/CD-DAlMP3/WMA Playback "iPod" is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., :- Capability registered in the U.S. and other countries. ~ • RCA 6-Channel Output ::::l c:: Ql , .0_._._. . , .~---- ! SIRIUS~ J2!2 VIDEO "-"_t_lllk ~_ _ _._. OOlOOLBVl DIGITAL ~ 8 _ _. _ ",?~ ID3TAG • ....,..__ ~ REA 0 y~ .. ...""_.... ~ ~~ Expanding Systems Expanding audio features Expanding visual features Satellite Radio (SIRIUS: 5(-(1) Rear monitor . :ul II .. i , 0iPod ;/ VTRetc.~ ~ Note: The items listed outside of the External Power Amplifiers frames are the commercial products generally sold. Expanding sound features 3 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 4. A. WARNING For your safety, the driver should not watch any video sources and/or operate the controls while driving. Please note that watching and operating any video sources while driving are prohibited by law in some countries. Also, while driving, keep the volume to a level at which external sounds can be heard. 3 Ql ::J c·1. When the inside of the car is very cold and the particular installation. If this equipment does ~ player is used soon after switching on the cause harmful interference to radio or heater, moisture may form on the disc (DVDI television reception, which can be determined CD) or the optical parts of the player and by turning the equipment off and on, the user proper playback may not be possible. If is encouraged to consult the dealer or an moisture forms on the disc (DVD/CD), wipe it experienced radio/TV technician for help. off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on the optical parts of the player, do not use the INFORMA TION FOR USERS: player for about one hour. The condensation CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS will disappear naturally allowing normal PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE operation. MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND WILL VIOLATE FCC2. Driving on extremely bumpy roads which APPROVAL. cause severe vibration may cause the sound to skip. 12V 0 GROUND AM 530-1710kHZI FM 87.9-107.9MHz3. This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even fHtSOEVECEC()toIPlIE5W1I .. fItJlT50fT1EFCCAlA.ES OPEi,l11Q!l; IS SU8Jf:CT TO IhE FOo-L()M1iQ rwoCQN:)IlIONS 11lTl<iS lJ~I.cE """V toOl CtI;,JSE""-lJl ;EQFEIE~CE ,ulO in the event that trouble arises, never open 12,-t<rSC~IiCfl.lUSllICC!.T""",,""Uln,Q£t.lC£AfCENEC. JoClUOtNGIKf(W"£1fNce· .....lolA,vCAl.JS£UIoOESlA£C oP£~~TI()Oo the case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate SPRQOvCTlONCOt.AIUESWlI.. UHtiSAlA.ESl erR SUBC,",AfTEf;l J APPliCABlE: AT CloA.T£ OF" IUoHOF"l:TUR£ the rotating parts. ClAAlO"l CO~PORA Otl Ol AAlERlC... 62OOGAJeWAYOflNE C"~SS.CAUfORN.".USA ThI.pt-.cl _ _....., , _ . . . , :=.o:=:::.;noor....-...... IritIu- MANUFACTlIlEO: LI ---4. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio l J communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a , VRX485VD/MAX385VD 4
  • 5. 3. CONTROLS • Operation panel SENSOR3DI~ [DVD]c~i [A] I( Ii ,I ,, [V] Ii I ! II ["III ] II Ii I [PS] [AS] IIII r RESET [OPEN] 11,11 [CLOSE] III Ii I .I II ~mPI ~ ~!~I!J~! Clarion ~~~~~~~~~=================================================!:b:dI Iii I, L I,: Il",-,- - - - - - - [ M O D E ] [MENU] ~~~i~ l~_===.=======~~~-=--- -- [AM] [FM] - - - - [MONITOR ADJ.] [INFO] BAND CLOSE - - [PWR] [MUTE] ~~l==============:i;=1~ .."" Clarloo ,.;.. / __~-----++fI-- [TILT DOWN] / "___ [TILT UP] ! ( / [INFO] [MONITOR ADJ.] I "., I .J... IIG0811 ----, SENSOR- -~ [I I] ~ [EJECT] (/- -;~ - I • I ; I -; I ~ I ~~ I ,-. JJ r/ " . .un ~ ....++--[ENT] ! I I I I ~~~~] I I I i I I I [RESET] I [MUTE] [..... ] [~] [_] [~/II] [SOURCE] 5 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 6. Names of ButtonsNote: [BAND] Button Be sure to read this chapter while referring to the • Use this button to enter the AM/FM tuner front diagrams for chapter "3. CONTROLS" on mode from any source. page 5 (unfold). • Once in the AM/FM tuner mode, you can[POWER/MUTE] Button press it to change bands between FM1, FM2,• Press this button to turn on the power. Keep FM3, and AM bands. pressing this button more than 1 second to turn [MENU] Button off the power. • Pressing this button in the any mode will return• Press this button to attenuate the sound of the the unit to the main menu. receiver, press again to restore sound. • The main menu allows selection of any avail-[D.d OPEN/CLOSE Button able source to included AMiFM tuner, DVD• Use this button to open/close the operation mode, AV input, Sirius radio, and iPod mode. panel. The main menu also has a MONITOR OFF• Keep pressing this button more than 2 seconds function to turn off the display to reduce glare to adjust the angle of the operation panel. The or distraction while driving. angle of the operation panel is adjustable in the • The SETIING menu is also located in the main range of 0° to 30°. (MAX385VD only) menu. Please do not make adjustments to the setting menu while the vehicle is in motion.Sensor• Receiver for the remote control unit (operating [DVD] Button range: 30° in all directions). • Press this button to enter the DVD mode from any source.[AM/FM] Button• Use this button to enter the AM/FM tuner [AS/PS] Button mode from any source. • Press this button to start the preset scan mode.• Once in the AM/FM tuner mode, you can • Press and hold this button to start the auto preset press it to change bands between FM1, FM2, scan and setting mode. This function is very useful FM3, and AM bands. when traveling to unfamiliar areas.[Reset] Button [~] (EJECT) Button• Press this button to reset the unit. • Use this button to eject the disc set in this unit.[MONI/ADJ] button• Press this button to enter/exit the playback information mode while in DVD mode.• Keep pressing this button more than 1 second to enter/exit the Monitor Adjust mode.[Mode] Button Press this button to scroll through the available sources such as AM/FM tuner, DVD mode, AV input, Sirius Radio, and iPod mode.[~!II] Button• Press this button to enter the play pause mode in the DVD/CD/MP3IWMA , and iPod modes. Press the button again to resume playback.[A], [V] [..... ] [~] Buttons• Use these buttons to change to the previous/ next preset station in the TUNER/Sirius Radio modes.• Use these buttons to select a track in the CD, MP3IWMA,and iPod modes.• Use these buttons to select a chapter in the DVD video mode. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 6
  • 7. Outline of Button and Touchkey Operation Turning the power on o ~ clarion ~ POWER BANO Clarion ClOSE TILT .MONI ~~ ~ ~!~IP~~ II G"J G"J ~ II ----, O~ll I) 0 EtlT .on I ... i .... I . I .,,, I SOURCE JJ • 0 POWER7 VRX485VO/MAX385VO
  • 8. Outline of Button and Touchkey OperationTUNER mode operation • (Source menu) (Key Pad screen) (Preset List screen) • Enters desired PRESET. • Selects desired station. Note: *1: These images indicate the buttons to press or keys to touch. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 8
  • 9. Outline of Button and Touchkey OperationDVD Video mode operation . - -_ _.... r-,;: (Source menu) _~_,.. ,-I (INFO Screen) F-" .,........... hi ... ~ . . . • . -., ~ (SEARCH menu) ! Note: * 4: When displaying movies in DVD video mode, touching the screen surface will cause the DVD PLAYER mode screen to be displayed.Adjusting audio/video settings (SEL) OR II d~ (AUDIO menu) (PICTURE menu) ( i PIC: r:j-OR IMONII *2 ADJ *2: Press and hold button to access setting menu.9 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 10. Remote ControlRemote control unit ~ Signal transmitter [MUTE]-+-------.. ------- / Operating range: 30 in all directions ~---<I---[OPEN] [MODE]-+-~---.J -++-+--[POWER] [O-g]-+- -+-+--[VOLUME] [INFO] r---+--[. BAND] [SRCH]-+-""-l +--+--[SEL] [.] [Y]-+---- .;----t--[MENU] [ESC] [PIC] [<llII][~ ] ---------[ A - B] ~-[OK] [TITLE] (REPEAT] ~-[ROOT] [~][~] [~] [ZOOM] [SUB TITLEIVIDEO iPod MODE*] [AUDIO] [ANGLE/AUDIO iPod MODE*] clarion * Only when capable iPod is connectedReplacing the Batteries1. Press the retention tab and pull out the battery tray and remove the old battery.2. Insert the new CR2025 battery and slide the battery tray back in the remote control the same direction that you removed it. Please ensure the tray is inserted in the correct direction.Note:Using batteries improperly can cause them toexplode. Take note of the following points:• When replacing batteries, replace both batteries with new ones.• Do not short-circuit, disassemble or heat batteries.• Do not dispose of batteries into fire or flames.• Dispose of spent batteries properly. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 10
  • 11. Functions of Remote Control Unit ButtonsYou can use the remote control unit to control the MAX385VD and VRX485VD.Note:• The wireless remote control operation may not be optimal in direct sunlight.Shared modes [..... ], [~] buttons[MODE] button • Press to manually select the next higher or• Press this button to scroll through the various lower station in TUNER and Satellite Radio available sources such as the AM/FM tuner, modes. DVD player, iPod, Sirius Radio, or AUX IN. [ .A ], [ ~ ] buttons[VOLUME] buttons • Press to scroll through the saved presets in• Increase and decrease volume. the TUNER mode. Press [OK] to tune to the highlighted preset.[MUTE] button [INFO] button• Turns mute on and off. • Press to switch in and out of the LIST mode[POWER] button while in the TUNER/ Sirius Radio mode.• Press this button to turn the unit on or off. menu screens. DVD PLA YER mode[OPEN] button• Press this button to OPEN or CLOSE the [INFO] button motorized screen. Please ensure there are • Press to turn on and off the playtime display in no obstructions before starting the operation. the DVD video.[MENU] button • Press to switch in and out of the LIST mode• Press this button to enter the MAIN MENU. while playing CD audio. From the main menu, you can select your [SEARCH] button desired source or change your settings. • Press to open the direct search menu while in [PIC] button the DVD video mode. • Press this button to change your monitor [OK] button settings such as Brightness, Color, and • Press to select, play or pause video and Contrast. audio media. [SEL] button [ ./BAND] button • Press this button to change your audio • Press to stop video and audio media playback. settings such as Tone, Fader, and Balance. [0 - 9] buttons [ESC] button • Press to enter DVD video chapters/titles in the • Press this button to exit selection and Key Pad screen. . adjustment menus. • Press to set the track/folder number of the CD,TUNER/Satellite Radio mode or MP3IWMA in the Key Pad screen.[BAND] button [DISC SEL] button • Press to show/hide the Track List screen in the• Switches reception band. CD mode.[0 - 9] buttons • Press to show/hide the Folder List screen in the• Use in the Key Pad screen to set the radio MP3IWMA mode. frequency or Satellite Radio channels.• Use to select the preset number in the Preset [TITLE] button List screen. • Press to go to the title menu on the DVD.[SEARCH] button [ROOT] button• Press to show/hide the Key Pad screen. • Press to go to the root menu on the DVD.[OK] button [.A], [~], [.... ], [~] buttons• Press to fix the entered data in the Key Pad • Press to select button items on the menu screen. screen of a DVD video. • Press [.... ], [~] to scroll the through the page [......], [~] buttons screens in the CD and MP3IWMA modes.• Press to seek the next available higher or lower station in TUNER mode. In Sirius Radio mode,you will scroll through the categories.11 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 12. Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons[..... ], [~] buttons iPodmode• Press to select the next higher or lower chapter [OK] button number in DVD video mode. • Press to play or pause the selected media.• Press to select the next higher or lower track in [.], [~] buttons CD. • Press to scroll the list screens.[.... ], [~ ] buttons [..... ], [~] buttons• Press to perform fast-forward and fast- • Press to select the next higher or lower track backward. Press again to advance to higher numbers. speed reversing or forwarding such as 2x, [.... ], [~] buttons 4x, ax and 16x. Press once more to resume • Press to perform fast-forward or fast-backward normal speed playback. searching. Press again to change the speed[RPn button to 2x, 4x, ax or 16x.• Press to perform chapter repeat in the DVD video mode, and track repeat in CD and MP3/ WMA modes.• Press again to perform title repeat in DVD video mode or folder repeat in MP3IWMA mode. In CD mode, this will activate the repear all mode.• Press again to perform all repeat in MP3IWMA playback mode.[A->B] button• Press to set initial starting point of repeat. The screen will show REP A-.• Press again to set repeat ending point. The screen will show REP A-B• Press again to turn off A-B repeating. The screen will show REP AB Off [ZOOM] button • Press to turn on and zoom in while in DVD Video mode. You can zoom in up to 3x.[AUDIO] button• Press to switch the AUDIO function in the DVD video mode.[SUB-T] button• Press to display subtitles in the DVD video mode.[ANGLE] button• Press to switch the ANGLE function in the DVD video mode when the Angle mark is displayed. VRX485VO/MAX385VO 12
  • 13. 4. CAUTIONS ON HANDLINGOperation panelFor a longer service life, be sure to read the following cautions.• The operation panel will operate properly in a • The remote control unit may not work if the temperature range of 0 to 60°C. remote control sensor is exposed to direct• Do not allow any liquids on the set from drinks, sunlight. umbrellas etc. Doing so may damage the • In extremely cold weather, the display internal circuitry. movement may slow down and the display may• Do not disassemble or modify the set in any darken, but this is not a malfunction. The way. Doing so may result in damage. display will work normally when the• Subjecting the operation panel to shocks may temperature increases. result in breakage, deformation or other • Small black and shiny spots inside the liquid damage. crystal panel are normal for LCD products.• Do not let cigarettes burn the display. Doing so • The touchkeys on the display operate when may damage or deform the cabinet. slightly touched. Do not press the touch key• If a problem should occur, have the set screen with much force. inspected at your store of purchase. • Do not push the case surrounding the touchkey• Do not insert objects or poke in the space panel with much force. This may cause between the operation panel and the main unit malfunctioning of the touch keys. when the panel is tilted.Cleaning• Cleaning the cabinet Use a soft, dry cloth and gently wipe off the dirt. For tough dirt, apply some neutral detergent diluted in water to a soft cloth, wipe off the dirt gently, then wipe again with a dry cloth. Do not use benzene, thinner, car cleaner, etc., as these substances may damage the cabinet or cause the paint to peel. Also, leaving rubber or plastic products in contact with the cabinet for long periods of time may cause stains.• Cleaning the liquid crystal panel The liquid crystal panel tends to collect dust, so wipe it off occasionally with a soft cloth. The surface is easily scratched, so do not rub it with hard objects.13 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 14. Handling DiscsHandling Storage• New discs may have some roughness around • Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or any the edges. If such discs are used, the player heat source. may not work or the sound may skip. Use a • Do not expose discs to excess humidity or ball-point pen or the like to remove any dust. roughness from the edge of the disc. • Do not expose discs to direct heat from heaters. Ball-point pen ~ Cleaning ~~~.~~iJ • To remove fingermarks and dust, use a soft cloth and wipe in a straight line from the center I! ~ of the disc to the circumference. • Do not use any solvents, such as commercially available cleaners, anti-static spray, or thinner to clean discs. • After using special disc cleaner, let the disc dry• Never stick labels on the surface of the disc or off well before playing it. mark the surface with a pencil or pen.• Never playa disc with any cellophane tape or other glue on it or with peeling off marks. If you On Discs try to play such a disc, you may not be able to • Exercise a good precaution when loading a get it back out of the DVD player or it may disc. The operation panel will close damage the DVD player. automatically when leaving it open for a while.• Do not use discs that have large scratches, are • Never turn off the power and remove the unit misshapen, cracked, etc. Use of such discs from the car with a disc loaded. may cause misoperation or damage.• To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the center of the case and lift the disc ACAUTION out, holding it carefully by the edges. For your safety, the driver should not insert• Do not use commercially available disc or eject a disc opening the operation panel protection sheets or discs equipped with while driving. stabilizers, etc. These may damage the disc or cause breakdown of the internal mechanism. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 14
  • 15. DVD video is a high-quality digital video source that provides crisp and clear images. One 12 cm disc contains either one film or four hours of music.o~ DVD Video Features"".V>~ This unit provides the following functions in~ Multi-story functioncaddition to the high image quality and soundQl When a DVD video contains more than one story quality of DVD video. for a film, you can select the story you wish to Note: enjoy. The operation procedures vary with the • The functions described in this section, for disc; observe the instructions for selecting a story example, the recorded language, subtitles, angles, provided during playback. etc. differ depending on the OVO video disc. Refer to the instructions provided with the OVO video. • Some disc functions may operate differently from Menu screens described in this manual. Menus can be called up during DVD video playback to perform menu setting. Multi-sound function • Example showing menu display DVD video can store up to 8 languages for one film; select the language of your preference. • The languages stored on the disc are indicated by the icon shown below. ,. 0)) " l w >" r ~! ·-··~. P ; Multi-angle function A DVD video that is filmed from multiple angles allows you to select the angle of choice. • The number of recorded angles are indicated by the icon shown below. Subpicture (subtitles) function A DVD video can record subtitles for up to 32 languages and you can select the language of the subtitles you wish to see. • The number of recorded subtitle languages are indicated by the icon shown below. 15 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 16. DiscsPlayable discs Discs that cannot be played backThis DVD video player can play the following This DVD video player cannot play back DVD-discs. Audio, DVD-RAM, Photo CDs, etc. 0 Note: :e Playable discs • It may also not be possible to play back CDs ~ . recorded on a CD-R unit and CD-RW unit. (Cause: ~ DVD video discs MP31D3TAG disc characteristics, cracks, dust/dirt, dust/dirt on ~ m?3 players lens, etc.) 103 TAG • If a CD-R or CD-RW disc that has not been VIDEO finalized is played, it will take a long time to start Audio CDs WMA playing. Also, it may not be possible to play rnJD~~ I ••",.=~~~ J depending on its recording conditions. ••Gmll AU••• ··~ • You cannot play Super Audio CDs. Playback of the CD player is not supported even if it is a hybrid disc.About CD Extra discs About MP3IWMA playbackA CD Extra disc is a disc in which a total of two This unit can play back CD-R/CD-RW, DVD-R/sessions have been recorded. The first session is RW and DVD+R/RW discs on which MP3IWMAAudio session and the second session is Data music data have been recorded.session. For a detailed information, see the sectionYour personally-created CDs with more than entitled "Listening to an MP3IWMA" (page 42).second data sessions recorded cannot be playedon this DVD video player. Note on region numbersNote: The DVD video system assigns a region number• When you playa CD Extra disc, only the first to DVD video players and DVD discs by sales session will be recognized. area. DVD video players sold in the United States can play back DVD discs with the region numberAbout playing a CD-R/CD-RW disc "ALL", "1" or any combination of numbers that(MP3, WMA) also incorporate a "1".This player cen play CD-R/CD-RW discs The DVD video region number is marked on thepreviously recorded in music CD format (MP3, disc jacket as shown below.WMA) or video CD format.About playing a DVD-R/RW or fll.·.·.·.·.j·.·.·.£.L.·.·] ":-.-," i,:-/ ~,-~,;y . 1DVD+R/RW discThis player cannot play DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW discs previously recorded in video CDformat.However, MP3IWMA files recorded on DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW discs can be played.About the registered marks etc.• This product incorporates copyright protection • Manufactured under license from Dolby technology that is protected by U.S. patents Laboratories. and other intellectual property rights. Use of • "Dolby" and the double-D symbol this copyright protection technology must be are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for • "iPod" is for legal or rightholder-authorized home and other limited viewing uses only copying only. Do not steal music. unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. • Windows Media™, and the Windows® logo are Reverse engineering or disassembly is trademarks, or registered trademarks of prohibited. Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries. VRX48SVD/MAX38SVD 16
  • 17. Basic Operations~;:,~ Note: • Be sure to read this chapter referring to the chapter Adjusting the volume3 "3. CONTROLS" (page 5). 1. Turn the volume knob to adjust the volume.01;:, Clockwise: Increases the volume.C Counter- clockwise: Decreases the volume.~ ACAUTION • The volume level indicated in the display is When the unit is turned on, starting and in a range from 0 (min.) to 40 (max.). stopping the engine with its volume raised to the maximum level may harm your hearings. Be careful about adjusting the volume. ACAUTION While driving, keep the volume level at which Turning on and off the power external sounds can be heard. Note: Mute • Start the engine before using this unit. 1. If using a MAX385VD, press the PWR/MUTE • Be careful about using this unit for a long time without running the engine. If you drain the cars button to turn the mute on and off. battery too far, you may not be able to start the the mute on and off. engine and this can reduce the service life of the 2. If using a VRX485VD, press the [MUTE] button battery. to turn the mute on and off. • When the mute is turned on, "-4x" appears 1. Start the engine. The power button / knob on the LCD screen. illumination on the unit will light up. ~ EngineON Opening the operation panel ~ position and adjusting the angle Open the operation panel when inserting/ejecting 2. Press the (POWER) button to turn on the a disc. power. The angle of the operation panel can be adjusted * Pressing this button while the power is turned depending on the mounting angle of the unit or on will mute the volume on the MAX385VD, light coming into the car. on the VRX485VD, the audio settings appear. 3. To turn off the power, press and hold the [POWER] button for more than 1 second. ACAUTION • Do not move the operation panel forcibly or Selecting a mode do not apply strong force to the operation panel. 1. Press the [MENU] button to display the • When the operation panel is operating, be Source menu. careful not to get your hand or finger caught * External equipment not connected to this unit between the operation panel and main unit is not displayed. or its mechanical parts. • The driver should not operate the operation 2. Touch the desired mode key. panel while driving. 17 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 18. Basic OperationsOpening/closing the operation panel Returning the operation panel to the1. Press the [0/:.1 (OPEN/CLOSE) button. original angle (MAX385VD) The operation panel will be opened or closed. 1. Press the [lk] (OPEN/CLOSE) button to open the motorized LCD panel. 0 2. Keep pressing the Wt.] (OPEN/CLOSE) button :E until the panel is back at the normal position. ~ ""l lI Adjusting the AUDIO 1. Press the [EO] button on the screen or the [SEL] button on the remote control. 2. Touch the item key to adjust. 3. Perform the adjustment. See the following sections for detail.Note: 4. Touch the [Back] key to return to the previous• The operation panel will close automatically when screen. a disc is inserted. (MAX385VO only)• When the operation panel is open, the touch panel * In the following sections, only the details should not be operated. (MAX385VO only) regarding adjustments are described, procedures to select items are skipped.Adjusting the angle of the operation Adjusting the balance/faderpanelThe angle of the operation panel can be adjusted 1. Touch the BALANCE or FADER in thein the range of 00 to 30 0. audio menu.1. Keep pressing the [OA] (OPEN/CLOSE) button 2. Touch the [F ] or [R] key to adjust to the more than 2 seconds. fader level. A beep will sound and the operation panel • The factory default setting is "0". will start moving. (Adjustment range: front 9 to rear -9) 3. Touch the [L] or [R] key to adjust to the balance level. • The factory default setting is "0". (Adjustment range: left -9 to right 9) Adjusting the BASS The bass gain and bass frequency can be adjusted as follows. 1. Enter the Audio settings menu. 2. Touch the [-] or [+] key to set the desirable level. GAIN: -7 to 7 (The factory default setting is "0") 3. To set the bass center frequency, enter the ASP adjustment in the SETTING menu. ~ ... - ... ~ I 1: :0-1-11-11. __,,- . ---L_ Adjusting the TREBLE The treble gain and treble frequency can be2. When the operation panel is moved to your adjusted as follows. desired angle, release the button. 1. Enter the Audio settings menu. The operation panel will stop. 2. Touch the [-] or [+] key to set the desirable3. For the VRX485VD, simply adjust your level. desired angle by pressing the [v] or [A] tilt GAIN: buttons on your control panel. -7 to 7 (The factory default setting is "0".) 3. To set the treble center frequency, enter the ASP adjustment in the SETTING menu. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 18
  • 19. Basic Operations• Adjusting the non fader output Adjusting the brightness, contrast phase and color levels You can adjust the subwoofer phase from the 1. Touch the [PIC] key on the remote control SETTING adjustment menu. or [MONI/ADJ] key on the MAX385VD. 1. Touch the ASP tab in the SETTING menu. 2. Touch the [-] or [+] key to make adjustments 2. Touch the [SUB PHASE] button in the ASP to the settings to your desired levels. menu and a selection menu will appear. "Bright": Setting range: Adjusts the brightness of the display. o or 180 (The factory default setting is "0") "Color": Adjusts the color saturation. Adjusting the non fader output "Contrast": Low Pass Crossover Adjusts the level of black. You can adjust the subwoofer phase from the or green is emphasized). SETTING adjustment menu. Bright/Color/Contrast: 1. Touch the ASP tab in the SETTING menu. The factory default setting is medium level. 2. Touch the [SUB FILTER] button in the ASP menu and a selection menu will appear. Adjusting the SETTING Setting range: 1. Press the [MENU] button, then touch the 80,120 or 160Hz (The default setting is "60") [SETTING] key. Adjusting the non fader output 2. Touch the top navigation tabs to switch volume between the SETTING menus. You can navigate between General, Screen, ASP, You can adjust the volume output from the units Regional, and Rating. Audio adjustment menu. 3. Perform the adjustment for the desired item. 1. Touch the [-] or [+] key of the SW VOL item See the following sections for detail. to adjust to desirable level. 4. Touch the [Back] key to return to the previous Setting range: screen. -7 to 7 (The factory default setting is "0".) * In the following sections, only the details regarding adjustments are described, Turning on/off the LOUDNESS procedures to select items are skipped. The Loudness setting emphasizes the low and high sound level areas to provide a more full and dynamic sound without distortion. 1. Enter the Audio settings menu. 2. Touch [ON] or [OFF] of the [LOUDNESS] item to turn on or off the loudness effect. (The factory default setting is "OFF"). Adjusting the MONITOR 1. Press the [PIC] button on the remote control or [MONI/ADJ] button on the MAX385VD. 2. Perform the adjustment for the desired item. See the following sections for detail. 3. Touch the [Back] key to return to the previous screen. * In the following sections, only the details regarding adjustments are described, procedures to select items are skipped. 19 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 20. Basic OperationsAdjusting the CLOCK1. Press the [SETTING] button, then touch the [CLOCK] key.2. The entry keypad will appear. Enter your time without spaces. For example, 12:45 would be entered as 1245. Press [OK] to accept or [... ] to backspace and correct your entry. If you have selected to display your time in 24 hour format, you must enter your time in 24 hour format such as 1745 for 5:45PM.3. To change your time from AM to PM, press AM or PM text in the CLOCK selection box. If you have selected to display your time in 24 hour format, you will not have this selection. Adjusting the RADIO region1. Press the [SETTING] button, then touch the [RADIO] key.2. A region selection menu will appear. Scroll down using the arrow at the bottom of the menu. Scroll up using the arrow at the top of the menu. Once you have located the region that matches your areas radio spacing and frequency range, touch the region to make your selection. If the region selected is incorrect, radio reception will be poor. Reset to Factory Defaults1. Press the [SETTING] button, then touch the [LOAD FACTORY] key.2. A selection menu will appear. Select [YES] to restore your unit to factory default settings. This function will erase all memory from the unit and you must reset all personalized items such as tuner presets. NOTE: You will be asked once to confirm that you would like to reset the unit. The unit will power down and restart with factory defaults. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 20
  • 21. Radio Operations Listening to the radio Recalling a preset station 1. Press the [MENU] button, and touch the There are total of 48 preset positions (12-FM1, [TUNER] key. 12-FM2, 12-FM3, 12-AM) to store individualo The TUNER mode screen is displayed. radio stations in memory.:E There are 2 ways available to recall the preset~ttl.... station.Vl~3 .Using the remote controllerQl:::l 1. Press the [BAND] button to select the desiredCQl band (FM or AM). 2. Press the preset number desired on the 0-9 numeric keypad . • Using the Preset List screen 2. Press the [BAND] button or touch the [Band] 1. Touch the [List] key. key to select the radio band. Each time the button is pressed, the radio reception band changes in the following order: FM1 ... FM2" FM3" AM ... FM1 ... Seek tuning 1. Press the [BAND] button or touch the [Band] key to select the desired band (FM or AM). 2. Touch the [..... ] or [~] key to automatically seek a station. 2. Touch the corresponding Preset key to recall • When touching the [~] key, the station is the stored station. sought in the direction of higher * You can select the desired band by touching frequencies. the [Band] key. Scroll through pages using • When touching the [..... ] key, the station is scroll bar buttons to the right of the presets. sought in the direction of lower frequencies. * Touching and holding the desired Preset key for more than 2 seconds will store the current Selecting presets by direct access station to the preset memory. This function displays the Key Pad on the screen 3. Touch the [List] key to return to the previous allowing you to tune by entering a preset number. screen. 1. Press the [BAND] button or touch the [Band] Manual memory key to select the desired band (FM or AM). 1. Touch the [Band] key to select the desired 2. Touch the [DIRECT] key to display the Key band. (FM or AM) Pad screen. 2. Select the desired station with the seek 3. Touch the [0] to [9] key corresponding with the tuning, manual tuning, or preset tuning. preset you desired. When you input the wrong number, touch the [~ ] key to delete 3. Touch the [List] key. the last input number. 4. Touch and hold one of the Preset key for more 4. Touch the [ENT] key to tune in to the entered than 2 seconds to store the current station into preset. the preset memory. 5. Scroll through the 3 pages of presets in each Manual tuning band by pressing the scroll bar buttons to the 1. Press the [BAND] button or touch the [Band] right of the presets. key to select the desired band (FM or AM). 2. Touch the [....] or [. .] key to manually select a station. • When touching the [. .] key, the frequency is tuned in the direction of higher frequencies. • When touching the [.... ] key, the frequency is tuned in the direction of lower frequencies. 21 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 22. Radio OperationsAuto store Channel scanThe Auto Store is a function for storing up to 12 The Channel Scan receives the stations seq-stations that are automatically tuned in uentially and scans continuously. This functionsequentially. If 12 receivable stations cannot be is useful when searching for the desired stationreceived, a previously stored station remains in an unfamiliar area.unoverwritten at the memory position. 1. Touch the [Band] key to select the desired1. Touch the [Band] key to select the desired band. (FM or AM) band. (FM or AM) 2. Touch the [SCAN] key to start the Channel 3 QI2. Touch the [AS] key momentarily to start Scan. The unit starts scanning each station ::::l c: the Auto Store function. for 10 seconds sequentially. QI A beep sounds and the stations with good 3. When the desired station is tuned in, touch the reception are stored automatically to the [SCAN] key again to continue receiving that preset channels. station. DX / LOC settingPreset scan The OX / LOC setting changes the tuner sen-The Preset Scan receives the stations stored in sitivity in order to seperate closely spacedthe preset memory in order. This function is stations. This feature is useful in areas thatuseful when searching for the desired station in have many radio stations in close proximity.memory. 1. Touch the [DX] key to switch to LOCAL1. Touch the [Band] key to select the desired tuner sensitivity. band. (FM or AM) 2. Touch the [LOC] key to switch to OX tuner2. Touch the [PS] key to start the Preset Scan. sensitivity. The unit starts scanning each station for 10 seconds sequentially.3. When the desired station is tuned in, touch the [PS] key again to continue receiving that station.DVD Video Player OperationsChanging DVD System Screen Saver FeatureSettings 1. Press the [MENU] button, and touch the [SETIING] key.Note: The main SETIING screen is displayed.• If the Setup operation is performed in the middle of 2. Touch the [Screen] key to display the Display DVD video play, the disc will restart from settings menu. beginning. 3. Touch the [Screen Saver] key to display theSelecting the DVD SETUP menu screen saver selection menu.1. Press the [MENU] button, and touch the 4. Touch the [OFF] or [ON] key to turn off or on [SETIING] key. the screen saver feature The main SETIING screen is displayed.2. Touch the [Screen] key to display the Display Note: • If the screen saver is not for entertainment purposes. settings menu. The feature is intended to prevent screen damage if3. Touch the [Regional] key to display the the unit is paused or stopped for an extended period Language settings menu. of time.3. Touch the [Rating] key to display the Parental Controls settings menu.4. Perform setting for the desired setting items. See the following sections for detail.5. Touch the [Back] key. * In the following sections, only the details regarding settings are described, the procedures to select items are skipped. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 22
  • 23. DVD Video Player Operations Setting up the screen size Setting up the password for setting 1. Touch the [Aspect Ratio] button to enter up of the parental level the TV DISPLAY item to change the screen • The factory default setting is "0000".~ size to " 16:9 " or" 4:3 ". 4-1. Touch the [RATING] key in the SETIING:::l • The factory default setting is" 4:3 "./l) menu.;;} • When watching a wide type through a con-3 4-2. Touch the [Set Password] key and a keyQj ventional type of the rear view monitor (4:3):::l pad will appear.c:Qj 4:3 : • Input the old password, and touch the The leftmost and rightmost areas of the screen [OK] key. are cut off. * Input "4356" to return password to "0000". • Input a new password, and touch the [ENT] key. Note: • When a disc with view restrictions is inserted, you will be prompted to input a password. The disc will not be viewable until the correct password is This function allows displaying the important entered. part of image fully on the screen. In some cases, image is displayed while being panned Setting up the parental level (scrolled). You can change the level of parental lock (audio- • When watching a wide type through a wide visual restriction) . type of the rear view monitor (16:9) This function allows cutting scenes that are 16:9 : unfavorable for children or replacing them The leftmost and rightmost areas of the screen automatically with other scenes prepared in are cut off. advance. For example, by replacing scenes of radical violence or portrayals of sex with safe scenes, you can make a trouble-free story as if it were so from the beginning. 4-1. Touch the [RATING] key in the SETIINGS menu. 4-1. Touch the [PARENTAL CONTROL] key in Setting up the audio language the RATING menu. 4-2. Touch the ten-key (0 to 9) to input a 4-digit 4-1. Touch the [REGIONAL] key in the SETIING password, and touch the [ENT] key. menu. • The factory default setting of the The Language menu is displayed. password is "0000". 4-2. Touch the [Audio] key to select a. desired 4-3. Touch the appropriate parental rating that language and set it by touching the is desired. 1 is similar to G and 8 is similar available languages. to NR. • The factory default setting is "ENGLISH". • The factory default setting is "8". Setting up the subtitle language 4-1. Touch the [REGIONAL] key in the SETIING menu. The Language menu is displayed. 4-2. Touch the [Subtitle] key to select a desired language and set it by touching the available languages. • The factory default setting is "ENGLISH". 23 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 24. DVD Video Player OperationsThe relationship between DVD video categorycodes and parental level are shown in the tablebelow. Use this table when setting the parentallevel. • Some videos may be recorded at higher than desired volume levels. Increase the LEVEL7 NC-17 volume gradually from the minimal (NO ONE 17 AND UNDER setting after the video has started. ADMITTED) • For your safety, the driver should not watch the video or operate the controls LEVEL6 R while driving. Please note that watching (RESTRICTED) and operating the video while driving are LEVEL4 PG-13 prohibited by law in some countries. (PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED) Note: LEVEL3 PG • For your safety, your entertainment system has a (PARENTAL GUIDANCE safety function which turns off the picture when the car is moving, so only the audio can be heard. The SUGGESTED) picture can only be watched when the car is LEVEL1 G stopped and the parking brake is applied. (GENERAL AUDIENCES) • If "AUDIO ONL Y" appears on the screen just after turning on the ACC power of the car, release the• The contents that the parental level restricts parking brake while confirming safety, and then vary with the country code. engage the parking brake again.Basic Operations Pausing play 1. Press the [OK] button or touch the [~/II] key to pause play.Loading a disc "PAUSE" appears in the display.1. Press the [01.] (OPEN/CLOSE) button to open 2. To resume disc play, press the [~III] button the operation panel. (MAX385VD only) again.2. Insert a disc into the center of the insertion slot with the label side facing up. The disc Ejecting a disc plays automatically after loading. 1. Press the [01.] (OPEN/CLOSE) button to openNote: the operation panel. (MAX385VD only)• Never insert foreign objects into the disc insertion slot. 2. Press the [~] (EJECT) button to eject disc.• If the disc is not inserted easily, there may be "EJECT" appears in the display. The play another disc in the mechanism or the unit may mode then switches to the TUNER mode. require service. * If a disc is left in the ejected position for 15• 8 cm (single play) discs cannot be used. seconds, the disc is automatically reloaded (Auto reload). In this case, however, the play mode will remain set to the TUNER mode. ACAUTION Note:For your safety, the driver should not insert • If you force a disc into before auto reloading, thisor eject a disc opening the operation panel can damage the disc.while driving.Watching/Listening to a disc alreadyinserted1. Press the [MENU] button, and touch the [DVD/CD] key to select the DVD PLAYER mode. Play starts automatically. If no disc is loaded in the unit, the DVD/CD icon will be shaded in the display. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 24
  • 25. DVD Video Player Operations Watching a DVD-Video Operating the DVD menu After disc loading, the play mode is automatically You can select the button items displayed in the engaged. DVD menu by directly touching it. • When playback is not started, press the [OK] If the button items are hard to select correctly,~ button or touch the [~/II ] key. you can also operate them by using the remote~ • Button operation may differ depending on the control directional buttons.;} story of the disc.3 On the MAX385VD, you can press the volume~ • After the menu screen is displayed knob in momentarily, then turn it to change the~ For normal DVD-Video discs, the DVD menu selected items on the screen. Press the [~/II] screen appears. button to select it. After the DVD menu screen is displayed, select an item in the following operations and play it back. On the VRX485VD, you can use the right knob to change the selected items on the screen. Press the right knob or [~/II] button to select it. Showing the DVD PLA YER mode screen Stopping playback The DVD PLAYER mode screen is used to 1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen, control the playback mode from the screen. touch the [ • ] key. Playback is stopped. 1. Touch the screen. On the VRX485VD, you can also press the The DVD PLAYER mode screen is displayed. [.] key on the front control panel. If you do not touch the screen for 5 seconds, 2. To resume playback, press the [~/II ] button. the display will return to the playback screen. Playback resumes from the scene where playback is stopped. Pausing playback 1. Press the [ OK] button or touch the [~/II ] key during playback. Playback pauses. 2. To resume playback, press the [ ~!II] button again. Playback resumes. Showing the DVD menu 1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen, touch the [Menu] key during playback. The DVD menu appears. The displayed contents may differ depending * on the DVD software. • Example showing DVD menu display 25 VRX485VO/MAX385VO
  • 26. DVD Video Player OperationsSkipping a chapter (searching) • Title• About chapter A large segment to divide the data area of the disc.Chapter means a small segment to divide the • Chapterdata area of the disc. A small segment to divide the data area of 01-1. Press the [A] or [v] button during the disc. ~ playback. (MAX385VD) • Time !!{1-2. Press the [ .... ] or [~] button during A specific time on the disc. 3 playback. (VRX485VD) 2. Input the number of the title/chapter/time that ~ til Chapters are skipped, as many as the times you want to play back with the [0] to [9] key. !!!. the button is pressed, and playback starts. 3. Touch the [ENT] key. Playback starts from the scene of the input Current title number, time or chapter number. ~ location ~ T * If the input title/chapter/time number does not <i, ii exist or searching with a title/chapter number I is not allowed, the screen image will not change. Chapter Chapter Chapter 4. Touch the [Back] key. down.....- ---+ up • Pressing the [~] or [V] button starts play- back from the beginning of the next chapter. • Pressing the [.... ] or [A] button starts play- back from the beginning of the current chapter. When this button is pressed again within about 3 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of the previous chapter.Fast forward and fast backward Repeat playback1. Press the [..... ] or [~] button to start your This operation plays back chapters recorded on fast backward or fast forward during playback. the DVD-Video repeatedly. The playback speed starts at 2x, then will in- crease to 4x,8x, and 16x with each additional 1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen, press. touch the [Repeat] key. * No audio is reproduced during fast forward and 2. Touch the [Repeat] key once for Chapter fast backward operation. Repeat, again for Title Repeat. * The fast forward and fast backward speed may 3. Press the [Repeat] button again to turn off differ depending on the disc. the repeat playback. Using the title menuSearching with a chapter/title On DVD discs containing two or more titles, younumber can select from the title menu for playback.You can locate the beginning of a scene using 1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen,the chapter numbers or title numbers recorded touch the [Top Menu] key during playback.on the DVD-Video disc. The title menu screen appears.1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen, * Depending on the disc, the title menu cannot touch the [CHAP] key. be called. The Key Pad screen appears with the chapter number input mode. Touching the [Title] key 2. Select the button items displayed in the title turns the Key Pad to the title number input menu screen by the same way of the DVD mode. Touching the [Time] key turns the Key menu operation. Pad to the time number input mode. * Depending on the disc, items cannot be selected with the ten-key buttons. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 26
  • 27. DVD Video Player Operations Switching among languages Switching angles On discs in which two or more audios or audio On DVD discs in which video images have been languages have bee recorded, you can switch recorded in two or more angles, you can switch among the audio langLlages during playback. among the angles during playback.~::l 1. Touch the [Audio] key during playback. 1. Touch the [Angle] button on the remotem controller during playback. Each time you",III • Each time you touch the key, you can switch touch the key, you can switch among angles. among audio languages. • It may take time to switch among angles. • It may take time to switch among audios. * Depending on the disc, up to 9 angles may be * Depending on the disc, up to 8 audios may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc (fIt: indicates multi-angie). (0)): Indicates that 8 audios have been recorded). * Depending on the disc, angles may switch smoothly or switch with a momentary still * When the power is turned on and when the image. disc is changed to a new one, the language set as the factory default is selected. If that * Depending on the disc, switching may be language has not been recorded, the language completely impossible or impossible on some specified on the disc. scenes. * Depending on the disc, switching may be * Depending on the disc, scenes recorded in two completely impossible or impossible on some or more angles may be played back. scenes. 2. The DVD PLAYER mode screen will hide in Displaying the playback status 5 seconds after your selection is made. 1. Showing the DVD PLAYER mode screen, touch the [INFO] key. Switching subtitles 2. or Touch the [INFO] button on the remote. On DVD discs in which two or more subtitle 3. Touch the screen to hide the playback status languages have been recorded, you can switch screen. among the subtitle languages during playback. Playback status is displayed on the screen until it is manually hidden. 1. Touch the [Sub T.] key during playback. Each time you touch the key, you can switch among subtitles. • It may take time to switch among subtitles. * Depending on the disc, up to 32 kinds of subtitles may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc (QJ Indicates that 8 kinds of subtitles have been recorded). * Depending on the disc, switching may be completely impossible or impossible on some scenes. 2. The DVD PLAYER mode screen will hide in 5 seconds after your selection is made . • To turn off subtitles 1. Repeat touching the [Sub T.] key until" Sub Title: OFF" is displayed on the screen. Subtitles are turned off. 27 VRX48SVD/MAX385VD
  • 28. DVD Video Player Operations Listening to a CD Selecting a track on the Track List • screen Pausing playback This function allows you to select tracks from a 1. Press the [OK] button or touch the [~/II] displayed list. key during playback. 1. Touch the [List] key. ~ Playback pauses. The Track List screen is displayed. ~ 2. To resume playback, press the [OK] button 2. When the desired track is not displayed, touc!" 3~ or touch the [~!II] key. the [A] or [~] key to scroll the track list. ~ Playback resumes. 3. Touch the desired track title key. ~ The corresponding track is started playback. - Skipping a track (searching) 4. Press the [LIST] key to return to the previous 1. Press the [ .....] or [~] button during screen. playback. Tracks are skipped, as many as the times the Other various play functions button is pressed, and playback starts. • Pressing the [~] button starts playback 1. Touch the touch key of the function you want from the beginning of the next track. to play. • Pressing the [ ..... ] button starts playback [Repeat]: Press once to start a single track from the beginning of the current track. repeat. Press again to activate a repeat all. When this button is pressed again within To turn off, press until Repeat Off is shown about 2 seconds, playback starts from the on the display. beginning of the previous track. • Repeat symbols are displayed in the info window in the upper right area of the screen.Fast forward and fast backward [Track Random]: track random playback1. Press the [~ ] or [~] button during play- This operation plays back all tracks on the back. disc in no particular order. Press again to Press again to advance to higherspeed turn off the feature. reversing or forwarding such as 2x,4x, ax • A random symbol is displayed in the info and 16x. Press once more to resume window in the upper right area of the screen. normal speed playback.Searching with a track numberThis operation allows searching using the tracknumbers recorded on the CDs.1. Touch the [Direct] key.2. Input the track number that you want to play back with [0] to [9] key.3. Touch the [OK] key. Playback starts from the track of the input track number. • If the input track number does not exist or searching with a track number is not allowed, the screen image will not change. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 28
  • 29. DVD Video Player Operations Listening to an MP3IWMA • Logical format (File system) 1. When writing an MP3IWMA file on a disc, This unit is an ID3 Tag compatible model. please select "1809660 level 1 or level 2 This unit supports the ID3 TAGs of the Version (without including expansion format)" as~ 2.4, 2.3, 1.1 and 1.0. the writing software format. Normal playback:§ In displaying, this unit gives priority to the Version may not be possible if the disc is recorded on~ 2.3 and 2.4 TAGs. another format.3 After disc loading, the play mode is automatically 2. The folder name and file name can be~ engaged. displayed as the title during MP3IWMA playc:~ but the title must be within 31 single byte What is MP3IWMA? alphabetical letters and numerals for the MP3 is an audio compression method and folder name and file name (including an classified into audio layer 3 of MPEG standards. extension). Entering more letters or numerals WMA is an audio compression method than specified may cause an incorrect developed by Microsoft Corporation. display. These audio compression methods have • Folder structure penetrated into PC users and become a standard 1. A disc with a folder having more than 8 format. hierarchical levels will conflict with the These features compress the original audio data IS09660 and playback will be impossible. to about 10 percent of its initial size with a high sound quality. This means that about 10 music .Number of files or folders CDs can be recorded on a CD-R disc or CD-RW 1. The maximum allowable number of folders is disc to allow a long listening time without having 255 (including root directory); the maximum to change CDs. allowable number of files is 512 (max. 255 per Note: folder). This represents the maximum number • Some CDs recorded on CD-R/RW mode may not of tracks that can be played back. be usable. 2. Tracks are played in the order that they were recorded onto a disc. (Tracks might not Displaying MP3IWMA TAG titles always be played in the order displayed on the Tag information such as title, artist and album PC.) title can be displayed for an MP3/WMA file • Some noise may occur depending on the containing Tag information. type of encoder software used while recording. • In case of a track recorded at VBR (variable Precautions when creating an MP3 bit rate), the display for the play time of the disc track may be slightly different from the • File extensions actual play time. Also, the recommended 1. Always add a file extension ".MP3" or ".mp3" value of VBR ranges from 32 kbps to 320 to an MP3 file, and ".WMA" or ".wma" to a kbps. WMA file by using single byte letters. If you • After disc selection, the play mode is add a file extension other than specified or automatically engaged. forget to add these file extension, the file Note: cannot be played. In addition, if you use upper • If Tag information was entered with 2-byte case and lower case letters (capital and small characters, it may occur that the characters are not letters) mixedly for file extensions, normal reproduced properly on the display. play may not be possible. • MP3IWMA files that the DRM (Digital Rights Management) function is set cannot be played. 2. Files other than MP3IWMA data cannot be played. Playing files with a format not supported will be skipped, and the scan, random and repeat playback mode may be canceled. 29 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 30. DVD Video Player OperationsRegarding MP3IWMA folder creation Selecting a folder/track on the LIST •up to 8 folder levels (including the root directory) screencan be created for MP3IWMA files (items 1 - in 1. Touch the [List) key during playback.the illustration). However, on this unit, folders Folder List screen is displayed.created above the third level will be converted to o 2. When the desired folder is not displayed, ~2 levels. touch the [A] or [~] key to scroll the list. ~ 3. Touch the desired folder name key. 3 "". The Track List screen appears. nI ::l 4. Touch the [~] or [A] key to scroll the list, and C ~ touch the desired track name key. The corresponding track is started playback. 5. Touch the [LIST] key. Other various play functions 1. Touch the touch key of the function you wantPausing playback to play.1. Press the [ OK] button or touch the [ ~/ II ] [Repeat): track random playback key during playback. Repeat Single: track repeat playback Playback pauses. This operation plays back the tracks currently2. To resume playback, press the [ OK] button being played back repeatedly. or touch the [ ~!II) key again. • An icon is displayed in the info window in Playback resumes. the upper right corner of the display. Repeat Folder: folder repeat playbackSkipping a track (searching) This operation plays back tracks in an MP31 WMA folder repeatedly.1. Press the [~] or [~] button during • An icon is displayed in the info window in playback. the upper right corner of the display. Tracks are skipped, as many as the times the Repeat All : repeat all playback button is pressed, and playback starts. This operation plays back tracks in an MP31 • Press the [~) button starts playback from WMA disc repeatedly. the beginning of the next track. • An icon is displayed in the info window in • Press the [~] button starts playback from the upper right corner of the display. the beginning of the current track. When this button is pressed again within about 2 [Random]: folder random playback seconds, playback starts from the This operation plays back tracks recorded on beginning of the previous track. the disc in no particular order. * This function performs in the current folder • An icon is displayed in the info window in only. the upper right corner of the display.Fast forward and fast backward1. Press the [.... ) or [~) button during play- back to start the fast backward or fast for- ward. A second press will increase speed to 4x , then 8x, and 16x. Press [ ~/ II] for normal playback speed. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 30
  • 31. iPod Operationso~ This unit can be used to control a connected Controlling the iPod~ Apple iPod (iPod Mini, fourth generation, iPod3 nano, iPod with video). • Selecting the iPod mode 1. Connect the iPod to the connector.~ Note:i · Note that iPod versions higher than those noted 2. Press the [iPod] key on the Source menu. above may not be playable or offer all features. • ,Pod menu screen operation keys • The unit will not operate, or may operate [VIDEO] key improperly with unsupported versions. • First, second and third generation iPod and iPod • Switches to the screen of which the video shuffle cannot be used. output from the iPod is displayed. Note: • Note that not all iPod devices are compatible Notes regarding use of Apple iPod to output video to this unit. • When using an iPod, after connecting the iPod to the connector, select the iPod mode by [FOLDER] List key touching the [iPod] key on the Source menu. • Displays the corresponding list screen. • After the iPod has been connected to this unit [Composers], [Artists], [Albums], [Songs] the iPods buttons are disabled for operation. and [Genres] are available from the iPod • When the iPod mode has been selected, a folder list menu screen. special iPod control screen is displayed different [Shuffle] key from the main screens for other modes. • Use to switch the shuffle mode on or off. • This unit can display the Podcast titles*, Artist When enabled, this function performs names, Album titles, Song titles, Genre names, playback of tracks in random order, Composer names and Audio Book titles* regardless of the order in which they are registered on the iPod. When no data is recorded. present, the title display will remain blank. * Whether these functions are available or not [~/II] key depends on the iPod version. • Use to control playback and pause. • The iPod is used with the equalizer function turned OFF. • Operation display • Do NOT connect an iPod to the unit with a headset connected to the iPod. Pausing playback 1. Press the [ OK] button or touch the [~/II ] key during playback. • Precautions regarding battery Playback pauses. consumption: 2. To resume playback, press the [ OK] button When the iPods internal battery becomes or touch the [~/II] key again. depleted, the recharge warning indicator Playback resumes. will appear in the iPods display. In this condition, the iPod cannot be played even if attached to the unit. Also, the units Skipping a track (searching) recharging function cannot be used to 1. Press the [~] or [~] button during recharge the iPod. playback. As a result, when the iPods battery Tracks are skipped, as many as the times the becomes depleted, use the dedicated button is pressed, and playback starts. charger provided with it to recharge the • Pressing the [~] button starts playback battery. from the beginning of the next track. • Pressing the [~] button starts playback from the beginning of the current track. When this button is pressed again within about 2 seconds, playback starts from the beginning of the previous track. 31 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 32. iPod Operations Fast forward and fast backward 1. Touch the [VIDEO] key on the iPod menu 1. Press the [.... ] or [~] button during play- screen. The screen will be changed to a back. "waiting for iPod video" screen. The first press will advance the music at 2x In this condition, the iPod cannot be controlled speed. Following presses will increase the from this unit. The iPod is turned into the 0 speed to 4x, ax, and 16x. normal operation mode, and you can control ~ Press the [~/ II ] button to resume normal the iPod using the original controls of the iPod ~ speed playback. (iPod operation mode). 3 QI Selecting a list item from a list screen 2. Play back your desired video data or ::;l C 1. Touch the Folder List icon in the iPod slideshow data from the iPod. ~ selection screen. The specified image data will be displayed on the display.2. Touch a desired list item on the screen to display the corresponding list of tracks. 3. To return to the iPod menu screen, stop your • Use the [A] and [¥] keys to scroll the list. video content and press the[VIDEO] key. * Skip this operation for the Songs list. * When you touch the [Music] key during playing back image data, the playback is terminated3. Touch the desired track name on the list to and the first track of the first playlist will be played back. play back. • Use the [A] and [¥] keys to scroll the list. Note: • "AUDIO ONLY" is displayed when the automobileViewing video data in the iPod (only is moving.for the iPod with video features) • Image data may not be played back according to the status of the iPod.When you connect an iPod with video features byusing the optional connector cable for iPod withvideo, you can enjoy the video data andslideshow data stored in the iPod showing themon the display of this unit (and the rear monitor ifconnected).Note:• Do not connect the iPod to this unit when a Video Playlists item is selected on the iPod.AUX IN OperationsThis function is available when a VTR, etc. is connected to the visual terminal. A. WARNING For your safety, the driver should not watch the VTR, etc. or operate the controls while driving. Please note that watching and operating the VTR, etc. while driving are prohibited by law in some countries.Switching to the AUX IN modeNote:• For your safety, the unit has a safety function which turns off the picture when the car is moving, so only the audio can be heard. The picture can only be watched when the car is stopped and the parking brake is applied.Press the [MENU] button, and touch the[AV IN] key. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 32
  • 33. Sirius Satellite Radio Operations This function is available when a Sirius Satellite Confirming your Radio ID Radio Receiver is connected through the. .SIRIUS dedicated connection. This unit requires the following receiver: 1. Touch the [Search] key to display the Key~ • SIRIUS Satellite Radio Receiver: SC-C1 Pad screen.~ 2. Touch the [0] key, then touch the [ENT] key.(I) Note: Your Radio ID (12-digits number) will be......II> SIRIUS satellite radio is a subscription service. displayed.~ Please contact Sirius Radio to begin or alter~ your subscription: 3. To return to the Sirius Radio, enter a newc channel to resume.Q1 • Internet: www.sirius.com Telephone: 888-539-SIRIUS (747487) Selecting a Satellite Radio mode 1. Press the [MODE] or [SOURCE] button until SIRIUS is displayed or select SIRIUS in the main menu. You can reach the main menu by pressing the [MENU] button on your unit. The system changes to the Sirius Satellite Radio mode. Displaying channel labels 1. Touch the [LIST] button and the next four channels are displayed for your ease of viewing. 2. Touch the [LIST] button again to return to the main display screen. Selecting your presets 1. Press the [BAND] button or touch the [Band] key to enter the preset memory menu. You can save up to 20 presets for your favorite channels for quick access. • Information displayed during reception The following information is displayed when the Channel selection satellite radio cannot be received normally. Channels are selected with the [ ........ ] or [~ ~ ] • When the receiver is turned on the first time or buttons. after a reset: "UPDATING" followed by a percentage of completion. * For details, see the following operation descriptions. • When a channel is being tuned in (no signal is yet received): "ACQUIRING SIGNAL" Note: • A channel without a broadcast has been • The audio output is muted and other button operations are not accepted during channel selected: "INVALID CHANNEL" selection. • A channel not covered by your contract: " CALL 888-539-SIRIUS" Call (888)539-747487 to activate your radio • When a channel is out of air time: "OFF AIR" • When the antenna is disconnected or has been damaged: "ANTENNA ERROR" 33 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 34. Satellite Radio OperationsSelecting a station with the channel Recalling a preset stationnumber A total of 20 satellite radio stations can be recalled1. Touch the direct access button on the Sirius from the receivers memory. You can access the screen to enter direct channel selection. The presets by pressing the BAND button This allows button is at the top right corner. you to store your favorite satellite radio stations ~ the memory for later recall. :)2. Enter the channel number of your desired fl) station by touching the [0] to [9] keys. 1. Touch the [BAND] button to enter the preset ~ list to select or save your presets. 3 If you enter a wrong number, you can cancel QJ ::J it by touching the [BACK] key. 2. Touch the corresponding Preset key (1 to 4) c: QJ3. Touch the [OK] key. to recall the desired preset station. The radio channel you entered will be tuned. * There are 5 pages of preset memory space available for your use. You can scroll theSelecting a station with in the pages using the scroll bar buttons to the right of the screen.tuning mode 3. Touch the [BAND] key to return to the previous• Seek tuning screen.Only channels that can be received are selected.Channels that are locked and channels notcovered by the contract will be skipped. Deleting a preset1. Touch the [~ ~] or [~ ~] key. 1. Touch the [BAND] button and enter the preset The receiver seeks the next available channel menu. below or above the current channel. 2. Select the preset you would like to delete by touching it in the preset menu.Saving a preset station 3. Touch and hold the [DEL] button for more thanA total of 20 satellite radio stations can be stored 3 seconds.in the receivers memory. You can access thepresets by pressing the BAND button This allows Receiving stations selected byyou to store your favorite satellite radio stations categorythe memory for later recall. Satellite Radio allows you to select broadcast1. Touch the [BAND] button to enter the preset channel category (contents). list to select or save your presets. 1. Touch the [I ~~] or [~ ~ I] key.2. Touch and hold for more than 2 seconds the corresponding preset key to save the selected Scroll the category and select a channel channel. 1-1. Touch the scroll bar buttons on the right * There are 5 pages of preset memory space to scroll through the available pages. available for your use. You can scroll the pages using the scroll bar buttons to the right 1-2. Touch the [I ~~] or [~ ~ I] key to of the screen. scroll through the available categories.3. Touch the [BAND] key to return to the previous 1-3. Select your desired channel by touching screen. it momentarily on the screen. 1-2. Touch the desired Category item key toA uto preset store select the category.1. Touch the [BAND] button and hold it for 3 sec- 2. Touch the [LIST] button to exit category onds and the selected channel will be stored in tuning mode. the next available empty preset location. Note: • When the category selection mode is entered. the category of the last received channel is displayed first. VRX48SVO/MAX38SVO 34
  • 35. GENERAL Problem Cause Measure Power does not turn Fuse is blown. Replace with a fuse of the same amperage. If the on. (No sound is fuse blows again, consult your store of purchase.3 produced.)QI Incorrect wiring. Consult your store of purchase.::::sc~ Nothing happens The microprocessor has Turn off the power and open the operation panel. when buttons are malfunctioned due to Press the reset button with a thin rod. pressed. noise, etc. Note: When the Reset button is pressed, turn off the ACC Display is not power. accurate. * When the Reset button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared. The remote control Direct rays of the sun fall on When direct rays of the sun fall on the light- unit does not work. the light-receptive part of receptive part of the remote control unit, it may not the remote control unit. work. The batteries of the remote Check the batteries of the remote control unit. control unit are dead or there is no battery in the remote control unit. DVD Player Problem Cause Measure Disc cannot be Another disc is already Eject the disc before loading the new one. loaded. loaded. There is a foreign matter Eject the foreign matter forcibly. already in place. Sound skips or is Compact disc is dirty. Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth. noisy. Compact disc is heavily Replace with a compact disc with no scratches. scratched or warped. Sound is bad directly Water droplets may form Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on. after power is turned on the internal lens when on. the car is parked in a humid place. The image is not The parking brake is not Check that the parking brake is engaged. displayed. engaged. Disc cannot play with Feature exceeds set the display parental level. "PARENTAL See the subsection "level" VIOLATION" shown. 35 VRX485VO/MAX385VO
  • 36. If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.Take the measures described below to solve the problem.DVD Player Display Cause Measure BAD DISC A disc is caught inside the This is a failure of DVD decks mechanism and CD deck and is not ejected. consult your store of purchase. BAD DISC A disc cannot be played Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped disc. due to scratches, etc. BAD DISC A disc is loaded upside- Eject the disc then reload it properly. down inside the DVD deck and does not play. PARENTAL Parental level error Set the correct Parental level. VIOLATIONWRONG REGION Region code error Eject the disc, and replace correct region code disc.If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the Reset button. If the problempersists, turn off the power and consult your store of purchase.* When the Reset button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are cleared. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 36
  • 37. FM Tuner LCD Monitor Frequency Range: 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz VRX485VD Screen Size: 7-inch wide type~ Usable Sensitivity: 9 dBf 153 mm Width x 87 mm Height~ 50dB Quieting Sensitivity: 15 dBf MAX385VD Screen Size: 6.5-inch wide type~ Alternate Channel Selectivity: 70 dB 141 mm Width x 78 mm Height3 Stereo Separation (1 kHz): 32 dB~ Frequency Response (±3 dB): 30 Hz to 15 kHz Display method:c:~ Transmission type TN liquid crystal display AM Tuner Drive method: TFT (thin-film transistor) Frequency Range: 530 kHz to 1710kHz active matrix driving Usable Sensitivity: 28 dBJ-lV Pixels: 336,960 (480 x 3 (RGB) x 234) DVD Player General System: Power source voltage: Digital Versatile Disc System with CODA 14.4 V DC (10.8 to 15.6 V allowable) capable Ground: Negative Usable discs: Current consumption: 4.0 A (1 W) DVD video disc, Compact disc Auto Antenna Rated Current: 500 mA less Frequency Response: MAX385VD Dimensions of the Main Unit: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (CD) (±1 dB) 7" Width (178 mm) x 3-15/16" Height Dynamic Range: 100 dB (1 kHz) (100 mm) x 6-1/2" Depth (165 mm) Distortion: 0.006% MAX385VD Weight of the Main Unit: 2.8 kg VRX485VD Dimensions of the Main Unit: Audio Amplifier 7" Width (178 mm) x 2" Height Maximum power output: (50 mm) x 6-5/16" Depth (160 mm) 160 W (40 W x 4) VRX485VD Weight of the Main Unit: 2.15 kg Speaker impedance: 4 Q (4 to 8 Q allowable) Dimensions of the Remote Control Unit: Input 2-1/8" Width (54 mm) x 9/16" Height Audio input: (14 mm)x 4-13/16" Depth (122 mm) 130 ±60mVrms (High) Weight of the Remote Control Unit: 600 ±80mVrms (Mid) 50 g (including battery) 840 ±1 OOmVrms (Low) (input impedance 10 kQ or greater) Video input: 1.0 ±0.2 Vp-p (input impedance 75 Q) Note: Video Output • Specifications comply with JEITA Standards. Video output: • Specifications and design are subject to change 1.0 ±0.2 Vp-p (output impedance 75 Q) without notice for further improvement. Power Output: ..•t 9·"· 8~~ 18 W RMS x 4 Channels at 4 Q ./ ~ and 1 % THD+N Signal to Noise Ratio: 76 dBA (reference: 1 W into 4 Q) 37 VRX48SVD/MAX38SVD
  • 38. • Contents1. BEFORE STARTING 382. PACKAGE CONTENTS 383. GENERAL CAUTIONS 384. CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION 395. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT 406. CAUTIONS ON WIRING 427. WIRE CONNECTION 431. BEFORE STARTING1. This set is exclusively for use in cars with a negative ground 12 V power supply.2. Read these instructions carefully.3. Be sure to disconnect the battery "- "terminal before starting. This is to prevent short circuits during installation. (Figure 1) Car battery Figure 12. PACKAGE CONTENTS1. Main unit 5. Remote control unit2. Manuals 6. Battery Owners manual & Installation manual (installed in remote control unit) Warranty card 7. Finishers3. Power supply cord4. Bag for accessories (No.1) Flat head screw (M5 x 8) 8 or 4 Sems hexagonal bolt (M5 x 8)............. 8 or 43. GENERAL CAUTIONS1. Do not open the case. There are no user- 2. Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the case. Never serviceable parts inside. If you drop anything use a rough cloth, thinner, benzine, or alcohol, into the unit during installation, consult your etc. For tough dirt, apply a little cold or warm dealer or an authorized Clarion service water to a soft cloth and wipe off the dirt center. gently. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 38
  • 39. 4. CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION 1. Prepare all articles necessary for installing the 4. If you have to do any modification on the car main unit before starting. body, such as drilling holes, consult your car 2. This model features an operation panel that dealer beforehand. slides forward. 5. Use the included screws for installation. Using z On some types of cars, the operation panel other screws can cause damage. (Figure 4) F~~ may make contact with the dashboard or Chassis Chassis!,>F gearshift lever, in which cause it cannot be>~-0 Z installed. Before installing, check that the unit will not hamper operation of the gearshift lever or obstruct your view before selecting the +<~~~age instailation iocation. (Figure 2) Dashboard 114~~~:. 8 mm (M5 Figure 4 ~cr~~) - - 6. This unit has a fan motor in the back of the main unit so as not to raise the temperature in MAX385VD the main unit. When the fan motor vent is covered with cords or mounting bracket, it may cause a malfunction. Be sure not to cover it when wiring cords. Gearshift lever (check that it does not touch the LCD) VRX485VD Dashboard Shift lever,/ Gearshift lever (check that it does not touch the LCD) Figure 2 3. Install the unit within 30° of the horizontal plane. (Figure 3) Max. 30 . Max. 30 ... Figure 3 39 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 40. 5. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNITThis unit is designed for fixed installation in the 2. Wire as shown in Section 7 (see page 72).dashboard. 3. Reassemble and secure the unit in the1. When installing the main unit in NISSAN dashboard and set the face panel and center vehicles, use the parts attached to the unit panel. and follow the instructions in Figure 6. When installing the main unit in TOYOTA vehicles, use the parts attached to the vehicle and follow the instructions in Figure 7. r---- Mounting Screw Holes (Side View of the Main Unit) - - - - - , r r jJr l ~@~ ~, " ~r® ~@~ ® ~ ""- ""- For NISSAN vehicle For TOYOTA vehicleInstalling the Main Unit in a NISSAN Vehicle Finisher (*1 ) Mounting bracket - - - - - (1 pair for the left and right sides) Figure 6Note:*1: Position the face panel with its wide edge at the bottom. Fit the edge into the groove of the main unit. VRX48SVD/MAX38SVD 40
  • 41. Installing the Main Unit in a TOYOTA VehicleInstall by using parts attached to the vehicle. (Screws marked * are attached to the vehicle.) - - - - - - Mounting bracket Center Panel (1 pair for the left (* 2) and right sides) Figure 7Note:*2: Some panel openings are too small for the unit *3: If a hook on the installation bracket interferes depending on the vehicle type and model. In with the unit, bend and flatten it with a nipper or such a case, trim the upper and lower sides of the similar tool. panel frame by about 0.5 to 1.5 mm so the unit can be inserted smoothly. Typical Mounting Brackets .... 1 - ur--........._ ..... Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Affix the screws to the. marks.Vehicles other than NISSAN and TOYOTAIn some cases the center panel may require modification. (Trimming, filing, etc.)• Removing the Main UnitWhen the main unit is to be removed, disassemble it in the reverse of the order in "INSTALLING THEMAIN UNIT (see page 48).41 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 42. 6. CAUTIONS ON WIRING1. Be sure to turn the power off before wiring.2. Be particularly careful where you route the wires. Keep them well away from the engine, and exhaust pipe, etc. Heat may damage the wires.3. If the fuse should blow, check to see if the wiring is correct. If a fuse is blown, replace it with a new one of the same amperage rating as the original (15A FUSE).4. To replace the fuse, remove the old fuse of the power supply cord and insert the new one. (Figure 8)Note:• There are various types of fuse holder. Do not let the battery side touch other metal parts. ACAUTION .After the connection, fix the cord by a clampor insulation tape for protection. Fuse (15A FUSE) Fuse holder Figure 8 VRX485VO/MAX385VD 42
  • 43. 7. WIRE CONNECTION Note: • Before installing, be sure to disconnect the negative cable of the car battery. e • In the optional devices, the RCA cables and the Connector cables are separately-sold items. MAX385VD Black SIRlusii Black Radio rr=:~=====!llillil_tI1!, •••••• fip=i1 SATEWTE RADIO Antenna Jack IC=JI::ydB~la~c~kb=#=ll Sirius --------- I 1111111 Sirius @ ! I tuner : (SC-C1) White l i iPod - t ==lIII[ D: 1111I w White ,.__._._._•• Refer to the following page Purole ~ Connector cable (CCUIPOD1) @~ - ~te Line Out PurDie Subwoofer IIIIrTi - 111I1 Gray ~ Line Out Gray - RearR ~te Line Out ! I I -- ---- ----------- - ------ --- --- 4-Channel Amplifier Black ..l.L- RearL ~ Line Out -- • , ! :J=====C: :J===t:: I Front R ! Black ~e Line Out -- Front L g ~ - - ... "" ," ." I -- "" "" "" ~ - ~. -- - - - -- -- - - - - Black 1!#=~======tIlII(_lJEDLJ ~ow Rear Monitor : !~ ~ Rear monitor I I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J! l!= =:=:=:= -:I ~rnl]:dlilile. :~: ::~ ~isu-a~i:~) - )- terminal ! BI k Yellow I l!====a:::::c=::::lIII(:JTi]lillLLD AUX In Video ! I , __. - __ 0 ... _.0.43 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 44. VRX485VD rr=====:sCII==:]1 Radio Antenna Jack Wh ite White iPod f i@: iPod r.:=======~===~u~~*~-~*¥~· I D: I I I , I [ Connector cable f::::::: : ! III U (CCUIPOD1) t ~~ ,- . ...- _------------------ I - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - ~ ~----...,i ~ Black I SIRlusii b:::::::l:B~la~c:£k==III!I-B • d ••• , tI~.-==;] SATEUITE RADIORefer to the following Siriuspage. ~._._._,_ •• -------- : Connector I cable : (SC-C1) , "- - - - - - - - --------- -- ~ ! ---------------------; I I I ! :~ I Yellow Rear monitor I k I I !:::::=====B:::la:::c==:::m(::=m.:::n Rear Monitor I I , I I - _. - - - - - - - - - I VRX485VD/MAX385VD 44
  • 45. ..... Yellow 15A + 12V main power Black ~ "R" " Ground ~ Purple Rear rig ht + Purple/Black Rear rig ht - Red +12V accessory Gray Front rig ht + ~~ /. - /. )J Gray/Black Front rig ht - Ri ~ White Front Ie ft+ White/Black Front Ie ft- Green Rear left + Green/Black Rear left Blue/White B ~ I Amplifie r turn-on cord Orange/White - IIlumination Blue :a::==:: I Auto antenna Brown :a::==::1 Phone interrupt (*1) Grass-green Parking brake cordNote:*1: Connecting the PHONE INTERRUPT terminal The phone interrupt will mute the audio if the lead receives a negative or ground signal. See next page for how to connect the parking brake cord.45 VRX485VD/MAX385VD
  • 46. .Connecting the parking brake cordConnect the cord to parking brake lamp ground in the meter panel.Note:• Connecting the parking brake cord to lamp ground allows you to watch iPod video/DVD video/A V input when the parking brake is engaged.• When the parking brake cord is not connected, the monitor will not show any video sources.• If "AUDIO ONL Y" appears on the screen just after turning on the ACC power of the car, release the parking brake while confirming safety, and then engage the parking brake again. Z $:~ ~~ z c ~~ ,- .How to attach the electro-tap o cord to battery z 1. Place the Parking brake cord at the stopper, and fold it back in the direction of the arrow. 2. Pass the Parking brake signal cord through, and fold it back in the direction of the arrow. Parking brake signal cord Parking brake ~ ./ signal cord ~~c) )Ir ~ ! Parking brake cord (Grass-green) Stopper Parking brake cord (G rass-green)Connecting the Accessories.Connection to the external amplifier The external amplifiers can be connected to the 6 channel RCA output connections. Ensure that the connectors are not grounded or shorted to prevent damage to the unit..Connection to iPod devices The iPod device can be connected to dedicated iPod connection on the main unit. For detailed information, refer to the instruction sheet or manual for the iPod cable.Note:• This unit may not support all functions of all iPod devices• The iPod connection will charge your iPod unless the iPod battery is completely depleted..If the specified cord of the cellular phone is connected to the phone interrupt cord of the main unit, the audio mute is available when the cellular phone is used.• Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver When a Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver is to be connected, use the dedicated connector. For detailed information, refer to the instruction manual of the Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver. VRX485VD/MAX385VD 46
  • 47. Clarion Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.Copyright © 2007: Clarion Co., Ltd.2008/02 Printed in China /Imp rime au Chine Ilmpreso en China VRX485VO/MAX385VD
  • 48. I ilWIffiIE GARANTIE LIMITEE DE 1 AN CLARION Clarion Pour Ie Canada et les Etats-Unis seulement Ce produit Clarion vendu par marchand autorise Clarion est garanti contre tous defauts de materiel et de mise en CEuvre pour une duree de un (1) an a compter de la date de vente initiale quand Iachat ET Iinstallation ont ete effectues chez un marchand autorise Clarion. Tous cablages, fils et autres accessoires Clarion achetes chez un marchand autorise Clarion, sont garantis contre taus defauts de materiel et de mise en CEuvre pour une duree de quatre-vingt-dix (90) jours de la date dachat initiale. TOUT ACHAT DE PRODUITS CLARION EFFECTUE CHEZ UN MARCHAND NON-AUTORISE CLARION SERA SOUMIS A DES RESTRICTIONS DE GRANANTIES DECRI CI-DESOUS. Les conditions de cette garantie limitee et Iimplication de la responsabilite de Clarion Corporation of America "Clarion" sous cette garantie limitee sont les suivantes: 1. DANS LE CAS DE LA GARANTIE L1MITEE DE UN (1) AN, UNE PREUVE DACHAT ET UNE PREUVE DINSTALLATION SONT REOUISES. DES INFORMATIONS SUPPLEMENTAIRES CONCERNANT LES CENTRES DES SERVICES AUTORISES PAR CLARION PEUVENT ETRE OBTENUES AUX ADRESSES A LA FIN DE CE DOCUMENT. 2. Cette Garantie Limitee sera annulee si un dommage est survenu au bien lors dun service effectue par personne ou entreprise qui nest pas accredite comme un Centre de Service et Garantie Clarion. 3. Cette Garantie Limitee nest pas applicable a un aucun produit sujet a Iabus, negligence, accidentes, installation ou utilisation incorrects ou que les numeros de serie ont ete modifies, obstrue ou efface, ou qui a ete raccordes, installes, ajustes ou repares autrement indique par Clarion. 4. Cette Garantie Limitee ne couvre pas des interferences electrostatiques, electriques, ni les ajustements ou nettoyage de la tete de lecture (en cas de radio cassette) ou elements laser, ni les frais relies a la manutention pour Ie retrait ou la reinstallation 5. La responsabilite de Clarion sous cette Garantie Limitee est limitee uniquement a la reparation ou au rem placement a du produit, qui est sujet uniquement la discretion de Clarion. 6. Ce produit doit est livree dans son emballage dorigine ou equivalent. Le colis doit etre entierement assure et tous frais de transport doivent etre prepayes. Clarion nassumera aucune responsabilite en cas de perte ou dommages survenue lors du transport. 7. TOUS PRODUITS CLARION ACQUIS PAR UNE ENTREMISE AUTRE QUUN MARCHAND AUTORISE PAR CLARION, INCLUANT TOUS ACHATS VIA UN MARCHAND VIRTUEL (ACHAT INTERNET) QUI NEST PAS AUTORISE PAR CLARION, NE SONT PAS COUVERTS PAR LES GARANTIES L1MITEES DE CLARION, ET CE, EN ACCORD AVEC LES LIMITATIONS DEFINIES PAR LA LOL DANS LE CAS OU LES LOIS APPLICABLES NE PERMETTENT PAS LELIMINATION DES GARANTIES SOUS CES CONDITIONS, LA PERIODE DE GARANTIE L1MITEE QUI SAPPLIQUE AU PRODUIT SERA DE QUINZE (15) JOURS A PARTIR DE LA DATE DACHAT INITIALE. 8. AUCUNE GARANTIE IMPLICITE NE POURRA SETENDRE AU-DELA DE LA PERIODE DE GARANTIE DECRITE CI-DESSUS, ET CE, EN ACCORD AVEC LES L1MITES DEFINIES PAR LA LOL CLARION NE POURRA EN AUCUN CAS ETRE TENUE RESPONSABLE DES PERMETS OU DOMMAGES DIRECTS OU INDIRECTS DU A LUTILISATION ou LIMPOSSIBILITE DAuTILISATON DU PRODUIT. PUISQUE CERTAINS ETATS NE PERMETTENT PAS DE LIMITER LA DUREE DES GARANTIES IMPLICITES, OU DE LIMITER LA RESPONSABILITE EN CAS DE DOMMAGES DIRECTS OU INDIRECTS, CES LIMITATIONS OU EXCLUSIONS PEUVENT NE PAS SAPPLIOUER A VOUS. 9. CETTE GARANTIE L1MITEE VOUS DONNE DES DROITS LEGAUX PRECIS. VOUS POUVEZ POSSEDER DES DROITS SUPPLEMENTAIRES SELON VOTRE LIEU DE RESIDENCE. 10. Les lois de jetat de la Californie contralent totalement cette garantie limitee, son interpretation et sa mise en execution. 11. Si vous eprouvez des problemes de performance du produit pendant la peri ode de garantie, veuillez communiquer a avec Clarion ou visitez notre site Web Iadresse ci-dessous afin dobtenir une resolution de tout probleme relie aux produits Clarion. Aux Etats-Unis: Au In Canada: Clarion Corporation of America Clarion Canada Inc. Attn:Customer Service Manager Centre de Service et Garantie 6200 Gateway Drive Cypress, CA 90630 2239 Winston Park Drive Oakville, 1-800-GO-CLARION Ontario L6H 5R1 (905)829-4600 www.c1arion.com www.clarion.com
  • 49. 281-0639-00 2007/9 clarion CLARION 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY For USA and Canada onlyThis Clarion product purchased from an authorized Clarion dealer are warranted against all defects in materials andworkmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase, when purchased from AND installed byan authorized Clarion dealer.All Clarion cables, wires and other accessories if purchased from an authorized Clarion dealer are warranted againstall defects in materials and workmanship for ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase.ALL PURCHASES OF CLARION PRODUCTS FROM NON-AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALERS ARE SUBJECTTO FURTHER WARRANTY RESTRICTIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW.The conditions of this Limited Warranty and the extent of responsibility of Clarion Corporation of America ("Clarion")under this Limited Warranty are as follows:1. PROOF OF DATE OF PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALER WILL BE REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE OF THIS PRODUCT. CENTERS MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING CLARION AT THE ADDRESS LISTED BELOW.2. This Limited Warranty will become void if service performed by anyone other than an approved Clarion Warranty Service Center results in damage to the product.3. This Limited Warranty does not apply to any product which has been subject to misuse, neglect or accident, or which has had the serial number altered, defaced or removed, or which has been connected, installed, adjusted or repaired, other than in accordance with the instructions furnished by Clarion.4. This Limited Warranty does not cover car static or other electrical interferences, tape head or laser pick-up cleaning or adjustments, or labor costs for the removal or reinstallation of the unit for repair.5. The sole responsibility of Clarion under this Limited Warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product or replacement of the product, at the sole discretion of Clarion.6. Product must be shipped in its original carton or equivalent carton, fully insured, with shipping charges prepaid. Clarion will not assume any responsibility for any loss or damage incurred in shipping.7. CLARION PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM A SOURCE OTHER THAN AN AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALER, INCLUDING ANY AND ALL PURCHASES VIA THE INTERNET FROM A NON INTERNET AUTHORIZED CLARION DEALER, SHALL NOT BE COVERED BY ANY CLARION LIMITED WARRANTY TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW. IN THE EVENT AND TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS ELIMINATION OF WARRANTIES UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE FIFTEEN (15) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. 8. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW SHALL HAVE NO GREATER DURATION THAN THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CLARION BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT. BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. 9. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.10. The laws of the State of California shall govern and control this Limited Warranty, its interpretation and enforcement.11. Should you have any difficulties with the performance of this product during the warranty period, please call Clarion or visit our web site for a listing of Authorized Warranty Service Centers in your area. You may also contact Clarion Customer Service at the address listed below for any service help you may need with Clarion products. In USA: In Canada: Clarion Corporation of America Clarion Canada Inc. Attn:Customer Service Manager Warranty Service Center 6200 Gateway Drive 2239 Winston Park Drive Cypress, CA 90630 Oakville, Ontario L6H 5R1 1-800-GO-CLARION (905) 829-4600 www.c1arion.com www.clarion.com

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