AUDIO SYSTEM                                                                    SECTION                        6AUDIO SYST...
AUDIO SYSTEMQuick referenceOperations such as selecting a preset station and adjusting the sound balance are car-ried out ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                                 Using your audio system —                                    ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                          (a) Speech command systemD Laser products  D Do not take this unit a...
AUDIO SYSTEM(b) Turning the system on and off            (c) Switching between functions“AUDIO”: Push this button to displ...
AUDIO SYSTEMPush these buttons or tabs if you want toswitch from one mode to another.If the disc is not set, the CD change...
AUDIO SYSTEMThe touch−screen buttons for radio, CDchanger, Bluetoothr audio player, AUXand USB memory/iPod operation aredi...
AUDIO SYSTEM(d) DSP control                               (e) Tone and balance1. Push the “AUDIO” button.                 ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                            (f) Your CD changer                                            Whe...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                               — Radio operation(g) AUX adapter                               ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                               (b) Presetting a station                                       ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Selecting a station                        (d) Radio Data SystemTune in the desired station using one of t...
AUDIO SYSTEM“Type A "”                               “TypeSeek”Each time you touch “A Type ” or “Type   When a program is ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                              (e) Traffic announcement“Message”If the system receives a radio ...
AUDIO SYSTEM— Radio operation(XMr Satellite Radiobroadcast)To listen to a satellite radio broadcast in     The XMr Satelli...
AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Listening to satellite radio            (d) Channel category                                            To...
AUDIO SYSTEM(e) Presetting a channel                       (f) Selecting a channel1. Tune in the desired channel.         ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(g) Displaying the title and nameWhen you touch “Text”, the song/programtitle and the artist name/feature are ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(h) If the satellite radio tuner malfunctionsWhen problems occur with the XMr tuner, a message will appear on ...
AUDIO SYSTEM              NOTICE                                INFORMATIONThis equipment has been tested and         This...
AUDIO SYSTEM— CD changer operation(a) Inserting discs                                              3. The amber indicators...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                         (b) Ejecting discs               CAUTION                   D A single...
AUDIO SYSTEMD All the discs:                                  3. Remove the disc.                                         ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Playing a disc                              (d) Selecting a desired disc                                  ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(e) Playing an audio discPush the “AUDIO” button and touch the“CD” tab, then touch the “ChangeDiscs”. Choose a...
AUDIO SYSTEMTouch the desired track number. The              SEARCHING FOR A DESIRED TRACKchanger will start playing the s...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                                “RAND”: Use it for automatic and random                       ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(f)   Playing a MP3/WMA disc            SELECTING A DESIRED FOLDER                                        “Fol...
AUDIO SYSTEMSELECTING A DESIRED FILE                        “TUNE/FILE” knob: Use for direct access“SEEK/TRACK” button: Us...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                                         U6027GS“Select” for File: The desired file can be    ...
AUDIO SYSTEMSEARCHING FOR A DESIRED FILE                    SEARCHING FOR A DESIRED FOLDERTouch “SCAN” on the screen brief...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                                 “RAND”: Use it for automatic and random                      ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                              — Bluetoothr audio                                              ...
AUDIO SYSTEM            INFORMATIONPortable players must correspond tothe following specifications in order    Bluetooth i...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                               An antenna for the Bluetoothr                                  ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                            (a) Connecting Bluetoothr audio play- FCC ID : HYQDNNS025         ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                           D When the connection method is                                    ...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Reconnecting the portable player            (b) Playing a Bluetoothr audioVehicles with smart key system —  ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                           D Selecting a desired trackSome titles may not be displayed depend-...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired album             D Other function“Album Y”: Touch this button to go to   “RPT”: Use thi...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                               — USB memory/iPod                                              ...
AUDIO SYSTEM(a) Connecting a USB memory or iPod      (b) Playing a USB memory or iPod                                     ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                               D Selecting a play mode           INFORMATION                  ...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired folder   (USB memory only)                                              Touch the desire...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired file or track                                               “TUNE/FILE” knob: Use for di...
AUDIO SYSTEM" USB memory                                     Touch the desired file or track number. The                  ...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Searching for a desired file                 D Searching for a desired folder   (USB memory only)           ...
AUDIO SYSTEMD Other function                                   Repeating a folder (USB memory                             ...
AUDIO SYSTEMAudio remote controls(steering switches)                                               2     “      ” switch  ...
AUDIO SYSTEM                                                    Audio system operating                                    ...
AUDIO SYSTEMFM                                              XMrFading and drifting stations — Generally,       Cargo loade...
AUDIO SYSTEMCARING FOR YOUR CD CHANGERAND DISCSD Your CD changer is intended for use  with 4.7 in. (12 cm) discs only.D Ex...
AUDIO SYSTEM      6U5B93X                           6U5B96X" Special shaped discs            " Labeled discs              ...
AUDIO SYSTEM       6U5B97X                                         6U5B98X" Correct              " Wrong                  ...
AUDIO SYSTEMMP3/WMA FILES                                    Sampling frequencyD MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) and WMA         ...
AUDIO SYSTEMD The MP3/WMA player does not play    back MP3/WMA files from discs re-    corder using packet write data tran...
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2012 Toyota Avalon Audio System Baltimore, Maryland

  1. 1. AUDIO SYSTEM SECTION 6AUDIO SYSTEMD Quick reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142D Using your audio system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Some basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Radio operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 CD changer operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Bluetoothr audio operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 USB memory/iPod operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181D Audio remote controls (steering switches) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189D Audio system operating hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 141
  2. 2. AUDIO SYSTEMQuick referenceOperations such as selecting a preset station and adjusting the sound balance are car-ried out on the touch screen. To display the audio screen, push the “AUDIO” button.1 Function menu display screen 3 “SEEK/TRACK” button To control the radio, CD changer, Push “ ” or “ ” button to seek up Bluetoothr audio player, AUX or USB or down for a station, or to access a memory/iPod, touch the touch− desired track, file. For details, see screen buttons. For details, see page pages 152, 157, 165, 169, 179 and 145. 185.2 Function menu tab 4 “TUNE/FILE” knob To control the radio, CD changer, Turn this knob to move the station Bluetoothr audio player , AUX or band and files up or down. For de- USB memory/iPod, touch the touch− tails, see pages 151, 156, 169 and screen tabs. For details, see page 185. 145.142
  3. 3. AUDIO SYSTEM Using your audio system — — Some basics5 “ ” button This section describes some of the basic Push this button to display the features of your audio system. Some in- “Load·Eject” screen or close the dis- formation may not pertain to your system. play. For details, see page 161. Vehicles with smart key system —6 “AUDIO” button Your audio system works when the “EN- Push this button to display the audio GINE START STOP” switch is turned to control screen. For details, see page ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode. 145.7 “PWR/VOL” knob Vehicles without smart key system — Push this knob to turn the audio sys- Your audio system works when the engine tem on and off, and turn it to adjust the switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” posi- volume. For details, see page 145. tion.8 “AUX” button Push this button to turn the CAUTION Bluetoothr audio player, AUX or USB memory/iPod on. For details, see For vehicles sold in U.S.A. and Cana- pages 145, 150, 178 and 181. da:9 “CD” button D Part 15 of the FCC Rules Push this button to play a CD. For de- FCC Warning: tails, see pages 145 and 164. Changes or modifications in10 “SAT” button construction not expressly approved Push this button to choose a SAT sta- by the party responsible for com- tion. For details, see pages 145 and pliance could void the user’s author- 156. ity to operate the equipment. Radio11 “FM” button frequency exposure. This device is Push this button to choose an FM sta- approved for Mobile Application only tion. Each time this button is pushed, and, to comply with applicable FCC the mode switches between FM1 and radio frequency exposure regula- FM2. For details, see pages 145 and tions, must be used with a distance of 150. at least 7.9 in. (20 cm) between the an-12 “AM” button tenna and the body of any person at Push this button to choose an AM sta- all time during use. tion. For details, see pages 145 and 150. 143
  4. 4. AUDIO SYSTEM (a) Speech command systemD Laser products D Do not take this unit apart or at- tempt to make any changes yourself. This is an intricate unit that uses a laser pickup to re- trieve information from the sur- face of compact discs. The la- ser is carefully shielded so that its rays remain inside the cabi- net. Therefore, never try to dis- assemble the player or alter any of its parts since you may be ex- posed to laser rays and danger- ous voltages. D This product utilizes a laser. By pushing the switch above, you can Use of controls or adjustments operate the speech command system. or performance of procedures For the operation of the speech command other than those specified here- system and the list of commands, see in may result in hazardous radi- pages 44 and 47. ation exposure. NOTICETo prevent the battery from being dis-charged, do not leave the audio sys-tem on longer than necessary whenthe engine is not running.144
  5. 5. AUDIO SYSTEM(b) Turning the system on and off (c) Switching between functions“AUDIO”: Push this button to display Push the “AM”, “FM”, “SAT”, “CD” ortouch−screen buttons for audio system “AUX” button to turn on the desired(audio control mode). mode.“PWR/VOL”: Push this knob to turn theaudio system on and off. Turn this knob toadjust the volume. The system turns on inthe last mode used.You can select the function that enablesautomatic return to the previous screenfrom the audio screen. See page 208 fordetails. Push the “AUDIO” button and touch the “AM”, “FM”, “SAT”, “CD”, “BT”, “AUX” or “USB” tab to turn on the desired mode. 145
  6. 6. AUDIO SYSTEMPush these buttons or tabs if you want toswitch from one mode to another.If the disc is not set, the CD changer doesnot turn on.You can turn off the CD changer by eject-ing all the discs. If the audio system waspreviously off, then the entire audio systemwill be turned off when you eject all thediscs. If the other function was previouslyplaying, it will come on again.146
  7. 7. AUDIO SYSTEMThe touch−screen buttons for radio, CDchanger, Bluetoothr audio player, AUXand USB memory/iPod operation aredisplayed on the function touch−screen button display screen when theaudio control mode is selected. Touchthem lightly and directly on the screen.Touch the tab to select the desired modewhen the audio control mode is selected.The selected switch is highlighted. INFORMATIOND If the system does not respond to a touch of a touch−screen button, move your finger away from the screen and then touch it again.D You cannot operate dimmed touch−screen buttons.D Wipe off fingerprints using a glass cleaning cloth. Do not use chemi- cal cleaners to clean the touch screen. 147
  8. 8. AUDIO SYSTEM(d) DSP control (e) Tone and balance1. Push the “AUDIO” button. Tone How good an audio program sounds to you is largely determined by the mix of the treble, mid and bass levels. In fact, differ- ent kinds of music and vocal programs usually sound better with different mixes of treble, mid and bass. Balance A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear sound levels is also important.2. Touch “Sound” to display the sound Keep in mind that if you are listening to aadjustment screen. stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the vol- ume of one group of sounds while de- creasing the volume of another. U6074GS3. Touch “DSP” tab to display thisscreen.4. Touch the desired button.Surround function:Select “On” of “Surround” and touch“OK”.The surround function will turn on.Automatic sound levelizer (ASL):When the audio sound becomes difficult tohear due to road noise, wind noise or othernoises while driving, select “On”. The sys-tem adjusts to the optimum volume andtone quality according to the speed of car.148
  9. 9. AUDIO SYSTEM (f) Your CD changer When you insert a disc, insert it with the la- bel side up. This CD changer can store up to four discs. The changer will play from U6007GS track 1 through to the end of the disc. Then it will play from track 1 of the next disc. The changer is intended for use with 4.7 in. (12 cm) discs only.1. Touch “Sound” tab to display thisscreen.2. Touch the desired button.“Treble” “+” or “–”: Adjust high−pitchedtones.“Mid” “+” or “–”: Adjust mid−pitchedtones.“Bass” “+” or “–”: Adjusts low−pitchedtones.“Front” or “Rear”: Adjusts sound bal-ance between the front and rear speakers.“L” or “R”: Adjusts sound balance be-tween the left and right speakers. NOTICE3. Touch “OK”. D Do not stack up two discs for inser-The tone of each mode (for such as AM, tion, or it will cause damage to theFM and CD changer) can be adjusted. changer. Insert only one disc into the slot at a time. D Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the changer. Do not insert anything other than a disc into the slot. 149
  10. 10. AUDIO SYSTEM — Radio operation(g) AUX adapter (a) Listening to the radioThe sound of portable audio playersconnected to the AUX adapter can beenjoyed. Push the “AUX” button or pushthe “AUDIO” button to display audioscreen and touch the “AUX” tab to switchto AUX mode. When the portable audioplayer is not connected to the AUXadapter, the tab will tone down. Fordetails, refer to the “Owner’s Manual”.(h) USB portIt is available to connect a USBmemory/iPod device with the USB port.When the USB memory/iPod is notconnected to the USB port, the tab will tonedown. For details, see “(a) Connecting a Push the “AM” or “FM” buttons or pushUSB memory or iPod” on page 182. the “AUDIO” button to display audio screen and touch the “AM” or “FM” tabs to choose either an AM or FM sta- tion. “AM”, “FM1” or “FM2” appears on the screen. When you push the “SAT” button or touch the “SAT” tab on AUDIO screen, “SAT1”, “SAT2”, “SAT3” station appears on the screen. For details about satellite radio broadcast, see “— Radio operation (XMr Satellite Radio broadcast)” on page 155.150
  11. 11. AUDIO SYSTEM (b) Presetting a station 1. Tune in the desired station. 2. Touch one of the touch−screen but-Turn the knob clockwise to step up the tons (1 — 6) you want and hold it untilstation band or counterclockwise to a beep is heard. This sets the station tostep down. the touch−screen button and the fre-Your radio automatically changes to stereo quency appears on the touch−screenreception when a stereo broadcast is re- button.ceived. “ST” appears on the screen. If the Each radio mode (AM, FM1 or FM2) cansignal becomes weak, the radio reduces store up to 6 stations. To change the pre-the amount of channel separation to pre- set station to a different one, follow thevent the weak signal from creating noise. same procedure.If the signal becomes extremely weak, theradio switches from stereo to mono recep- The preset station memory is cancelledtion. In this case, “ST” disappears from the when the power source is interrupted byscreen. the battery disconnection or a blown fuse. 151
  12. 12. AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Selecting a station (d) Radio Data SystemTune in the desired station using one of the Your audio system is equipped with Radiofollowing methods. Data Systems (RDS). RDS mode pro-Preset tuning: Touch the touch−screen vides you to receive text messages frombutton (1 — 6) for the station you want. radio stations that utilize RDS transmit-The touch−screen button is highlighted ters.and the station frequency appears on the When RDS is on, the radio canscreen. — only select stations of a particular pro-Seek tuning: Push the “ ” or “ ” but- gram type,ton of “SEEK/TRACK”. The radio will be- — display messages from radio stations,gin seeking up or down for a station of the — search for a stronger signal station.nearest frequency and will stop on recep- RDS features are available for use only ontion. Each time you push the button, the FM stations which broadcast RDS infor-stations will be searched automatically mation.one after another.To scan all the frequencies: Touch“SCAN” on the screen briefly. “SCAN” ap-pears on the screen. The radio will find thenext station and stay there for a few se-conds, and then scan again. To select astation, touch “SCAN” again.To scan the preset stations: Touch“SCAN” on the screen for longer than asecond. “P. SCAN” appears on the screen.The radio will tune in the next preset sta-tion, stay there for a few seconds, and thenmove to the next preset station. To selecta station, touch “SCAN” again.152
  13. 13. AUDIO SYSTEM“Type A "” “TypeSeek”Each time you touch “A Type ” or “Type When a program is set, “Type Seek” ap-"”, the program type changes as in the pears. Touch the switch and the systemfollowing: starts to seek the station in the relevantD ROCK program type.D MISC (Miscellaneous) If any type program station is not found, “Nothing” appears on the display.D INFORM (Information)D EASY LIS (Easy listening)D CLS/JAZZ (Classical music and Jazz)D R & B (Rhythm and Blues)D RELIGIOND ALART (Emergency message) 153
  14. 14. AUDIO SYSTEM (e) Traffic announcement“Message”If the system receives a radio text from “Traffic”RDS station, “MSG” appears on the dis- A station that regularly broadcasts trafficplay. Touch “Message”, and a text mes- information is automatically located.sage is displayed on the screen. This func-tion is available only when the vehicle is When you touch “Traffic”, “Traf. Seek”not moving. appears on the display and the radio will start seeking any traffic program station.When you touch “Message Off”, the dis-play returns. If no traffic program station is found, “Nothing” appears on the display. If a traffic program station is found, the name for traffic program station is dis- played for a while until a traffic announce- ment is received.154
  15. 15. AUDIO SYSTEM— Radio operation(XMr Satellite Radiobroadcast)To listen to a satellite radio broadcast in The XMr Satellite Radio is solely responsi-your vehicle, a subscription to the XMr ble for the quality, availability and contentSatellite Radio service is necessary. of the satellite radio services provided, which are subject to the terms and condi-(a) How to subscribe to an XMr Satel- tions of the XMr Satellite Radio customer lite Radio service agreement.An XMr Satellite Radio is a tuner designed Customers should have their radio IDexclusively to receive broadcasts provided ready; the radio ID can be found by tuningunder a separate subscription. Availability to “channel 000” on the radio. For details,is limited to the 48 contiguous U.S. states see “(b) Displaying the radio ID” below.and some Canadian provinces. All fees and programming are the respon-How to subscribe: sibility of the XMr Satellite Radio and areYou must enter into a separate service subject to change.agreement with the XMr Satellite Radio in Satellite tuner technology notice:order to receive satellite broadcast pro- Toyota’s satellite radio tuners are awardedgramming in the vehicle. Additional activa- Type Approval Certificates from XMr Sat-tion and service subscription fees apply ellite Radio Inc. as proof of compatibilitythat are not included in the purchase price with the services offered by the XMr Satel-of the vehicle and optional digital satellite lite Radio.tuner. (b) Displaying the radio IDFor complete information on subscriptionrates and terms, or to subscribe to the XMr Each XMr tuner is identified with a uniqueSatellite Radio. radio ID. You will need the radio ID when activating XMr service or when reportingU.S.A. — a problem.Visit on the web at www.xmradio.com orcall 1−800−967−2346. If you select the “CH 000” using the “TUNE/FILE” knob, the ID code of 8 al-Canada — phanumeric characters appears. If you se-Visit on the web at www.xmradio.ca or call lect another channel, display of the ID1−877−438−9677. code is canceled. The channel(000) alter- nates the display between the radio ID and the specific radio ID code. 155
  16. 16. AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Listening to satellite radio (d) Channel category Touch either “A Type” or “Type "” to go to the next or previous category.Push the “SAT” button or push the “AU-DIO” button to display audio screenand touch the “SAT” tab to choose aSAT channel.“SAT1”, “SAT2” or “SAT3” appears on thescreen.Turn this knob to select the next or pre-vious channel.If you turn continuously, you can rapidlyscroll forward or down through the chan-nels.156
  17. 17. AUDIO SYSTEM(e) Presetting a channel (f) Selecting a channel1. Tune in the desired channel. Tune in the desired channel using one of the following methods. Preset tuning: Touch the channel selec- tor button (1 — 6) for the channel you want. The button (1 — 6) is highlighted and chan- nel number appears on the display. To select channel within the current category: Push the “ ” or “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK”. The radio will step up or down the channel within the current chan- nel category. Touch “TypeSeek”. The ra-2. Touch one of the channel selector dio will step up the channel within the cur-buttons (1 — 6) and hold it until a beep rent channel category.is heard.This sets the channels to the touch−screen button and the name and numberof the channel appears on the touch−screen button.Each touch−screen button can store threeSAT channels. To change the preset chan-nel to a different one, follow the same pro-cedure.The preset channel memory is cancelledwhen the power source is interrupted by To scan the currently selected channelthe battery disconnection or a blown fuse. category: Touch “SCAN” briefly. “SCAN” appears on the display. The radio will find the next channel in the same channel cate- gory, stay there for a few seconds, and then scan again. To select a channel, touch “SCAN” a second time. To scan the preset channels: Touch “SCAN” and hold it until you hear a beep. “P.SCAN” appears on the display. The ra- dio will find the next preset channel, stay there for a few seconds, and then move to the next preset channel. To select a chan- nel, touch “SCAN” a second time. 157
  18. 18. AUDIO SYSTEM(g) Displaying the title and nameWhen you touch “Text”, the song/programtitle and the artist name/feature are dis-played.Up to 16 alphanumeric characters can bedisplayed. (Some information will not befully displayed.)When you touch “Text” again, the displayreturns.158
  19. 19. AUDIO SYSTEM(h) If the satellite radio tuner malfunctionsWhen problems occur with the XMr tuner, a message will appear on the display. Refer-ring to the table below to identify the problem, take the suggested corrective action. The XMr antenna is not connected. Check whether the XMr antenna cable is attached securely. ANTENNA A short circuit occurs in the antenna or the surrounding antenna cable. See a Toyota certified dealer for assis- tance. You have not subscribed to the XMr Satellite Radio. The radio is being updated with the latest encryption code. Contact the XMr Satellite Radio for subscription information. When a contract is canceled, you can choose the “CH000” and all free−to−air channels. UPDATING The premium channel you selected is not authorized. Wait for about 2 seconds until the radio returns to the previous channel or “CH001”. If it does not change au- tomatically, select another channel. If you want to listen to the premium channel, contact the XMr Satellite Ra- dio. The XMr signal is too weak at the current location. Wait NO SIGNAL until your vehicle reaches a location with a stronger sig- nal. The unit is acquiring audio or program information. Wait LOADING until the unit has received the information. The channel you selected is not broadcasting any pro- OFF AIR gramming. Select another channel. There is no song/program title or artist name/feature −−−−− associated with the channel at that time. No action needed. The channel you selected is no longer available. Wait for about 2 seconds until the radio returns to the pre- −−− vious channel or “CH001”. If it does not change auto- matically, select another channel.Contact the XMr Listener Care Center at 1−800−967−2346 (U.S.A.) or1−877−438−9677 (Canada). 159
  20. 20. AUDIO SYSTEM NOTICE INFORMATIONThis equipment has been tested and This XMr tuner supports “Audiofound to comply with the limits for a Services” (Music and Talk) of onlyclass B digital device, pursuant to XMr Satellite Radio and “TextPart 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits Information”∗ linked to the respectiveare designed to provide reasonable “Audio Services”.protection against harmful interfer- ∗:Text Information includes, Stationence in a residential installation. This Name, (Artist) Name, (Song) Title andequipment generates, uses and can Category Name.radiate radio frequency energy and, ifnot installed and used in accordancewith the instructions, may causeharmful interference to radio com-munications. However, there is noguarantee that interference will notoccur in a particular installation.If this equipment does cause harmfulinterference to radio or television re-ception, which can be determined byturning the equipment off and on, theuser is encouraged to try to correctthe interference by one or more of thefollowing measures:— Reorient or relocate the receivingantenna.— Increase the separation betweenthe equipment and receiver.— Connect the equipment into anoutlet on a circuit different from thatto which the receiver is connected.— Consult the dealer or an experi-enced radio/TV technician for help.Information to userAlternation or modifications carriedout without appropriate authoriza-tion may invalidate the user’s right tooperate the equipment.160
  21. 21. AUDIO SYSTEM— CD changer operation(a) Inserting discs 3. The amber indicators at either side of the slot start blinking. When the indi-Vehicles with smart key system — cators change to green, insert only oneThe “ENGINE START STOP” switch must disc. After the disc is loaded, the amberbe in ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON indicators at either side of the slot startmode. blinking again. When the indicatorsVehicles without smart key system — change to green, you can insert the next disc.The engine switch must be in the “ACC” or“ON” position. 4. Push the “ ” button to close theYour CD changer can store up to 4 discs. display.You can set a disc at the lowest empty disc The changer will automatically start play-number. ing from the last disc you inserted. If the label faces down, the disc cannot be1. Push the “ ” button. The played. In this case, “Check CD” appears“Load·Eject” screen appears. on the screen. U6066GS2. Touch “Load”. The display opens. 161
  22. 22. AUDIO SYSTEM (b) Ejecting discs CAUTION D A single disc alone:D Do not place anything on the opened display, as such items may be thrown about and possibly in- jure people in the vehicle during sudden braking or in an accident.D To reduce the chance of injury in case of an accident or sudden stop while driving, keep the display closed.D Take care not to jam your hand while the display is moving. Other- wise, you could be injured. 1. Push the “ ” button. The NOTICE “Load·Eject” screen appears.D Do not obstruct the display while it is moving. It could damage your audio system.D Do not insert one disc stacked on top of another one or feed them in continuously, to prevent discs U6019GS from getting stuck in the changer. INFORMATION 2. Touch the disc number to beUnder extremely cold conditions, the ejected.display may react slowly or operationsound may become louder. The display opens and the amber indica- tors at either side of the slot start blinking. After the disc is ejected, the amber indica- tors change to green. A disc can be in- serted.162
  23. 23. AUDIO SYSTEMD All the discs: 3. Remove the disc. The indicators start blinking again and the next disc is ejected. If a disc is not removed within 15 seconds after it is ejected, the operation will be can- celed. When all the discs are removed, the amber indicators change to green. A disc can be inserted.1. Push the “ ” button. The U6018GS“Load·Eject” screen appears. The numbers of the trays where the disc is not set are dimmed. U6020GS NOTICE If a disc cannot be ejected, do not for- cibly take out the disc. Keep pushing2. Touch “Eject All”. the “ ” button for approximately 5The display opens and the amber indica- seconds and release it. At this time,tors at either side of the slot start blinking. the audio disc and the map DVD−After the disc is ejected, the blinking indi- ROM will be ejected.cators stay on. 163
  24. 24. AUDIO SYSTEM(c) Playing a disc (d) Selecting a desired disc U6021GS Touch “Change Discs” on “CD” screen and touch the desired disc number on the screen.Push the “CD” button or push the “AU- The selected disc number is highlighted.DIO” button to display audio screen The changer will start playing the selectedand touch the “CD” tab if the discs are disc from the first track.already loaded in the changer.The discs set in the changer are playedcontinuously, starting with the last disc youinserted. The disc number of the disc cur-rently being played, the track number andthe time from the beginning of the programappear on the screen.When play of one disc ends, the first trackof the following disc starts. When play ofthe final disc ends, play of the first discstarts again.The changer will skip any empty disc trays.164
  25. 25. AUDIO SYSTEM(e) Playing an audio discPush the “AUDIO” button and touch the“CD” tab, then touch the “ChangeDiscs”. Choose an audio disc number SELECTING A DESIRED TRACKto display this screen. “SEEK/TRACK” button: Use for direct access to a desired track. Push the “ ” or “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” and repeat it until the de- sired track number appears on the screen. As you release the button, the changer will start playing the selected track from the beginning. “Select” for Track: The desired track can be selected from a list. This function is available only when the vehicle is not mov- ing. Touch “Select”. The track list is displayed. 165
  26. 26. AUDIO SYSTEMTouch the desired track number. The SEARCHING FOR A DESIRED TRACKchanger will start playing the selected OR DISCtrack from the beginning. Searching for a desired track — Touch “SCAN” on the screen briefly : By touching this touch−screen but- while the disc is playing.ton, the list moves up by 5 track groups. If “SCAN” appears on the screen. Thethis button is touched when the top page of changer will play the next track for 10 sec-the list is displayed, the last page is dis- onds, then scan again. To select a track,played. touch “SCAN” on the screen a second time. If the changer reaches the end of the : By touching this touch−screen but- disc, it will continue scanning at track 1.ton, the list moves down by 5 track groups. After all the tracks are scanned in oneIf this button is touched when the last page pass, normal play resumes.of the list is displayed, the top page is dis- Searching for a desired disc —played. Touch “SCAN” on the screen for longer", A: If " appears to the right of the item than a second while the disc is playing.name, the complete name is too long for “D.SCAN” appears on the screen. Thethe display. program at the beginning of each audioTouch " to scroll to the end of the name. disc will be played for 10 seconds. To con-Touch A to scroll the beginning of the tinue listening to the program of yourname. choice, touch “SCAN” on the screen aFast forward: Push the “ ” button of second time.“SEEK/TRACK” and hold it to fast for- After all the audio discs are scanned in oneward the disc. When you release the but- pass, normal play resumes.ton, the changer will resume playing fromthat position.Reverse: Push the “ ” button of“SEEK/TRACK” and hold it to reverse thedisc. When you release the button, thechanger will resume playing.166
  27. 27. AUDIO SYSTEM “RAND”: Use it for automatic and random selection. Playing the tracks on one disc in ran- dom order — Touch “RAND” briefly while the disc is playing. “RAND” appears on the screen. The system selects a track on the disc be- ing listened to in random order. To cancel it, touch “RAND” once again. Playing the tracks on all the audio discsOTHER FUNCTIONS in random order —“RPT”: Use it for automatic repeat of the Touch “RAND” for longer than a secondtrack or disc you are currently listening to. while the disc is playing. “D.RAND” ap-Repeating a track — pears on the screen. The system selectsTouch “RPT” briefly while the track is play- a track on all the audio discs in the changering. “RPT” appears on the screen. When in random order. To cancel it, touchthe track is finished, the changer will auto- “RAND” once again.matically go back to the beginning of the If a CD−TEXT disc is inserted, the title oftrack and play the track again. To cancel the disc and track will be displayed. Up toit, touch “RPT” once again. 29 letters can be displayed.Repeating a disc —Touch “RPT” for longer than a secondwhile the disc is playing. “D.RPT” appearson the screen. When the disc is finished,the changer will automatically go back tothe beginning of the disc and play the discagain. To cancel it, touch “RPT” onceagain. 167
  28. 28. AUDIO SYSTEM(f) Playing a MP3/WMA disc SELECTING A DESIRED FOLDER “FolderY”: Touch this touch−screen but- ton to go to the next folder. “FolderB”: Touch this touch−screen but- ton to go to the previous folder. “Select” for Folder: The desired folder can be selected in a list. This function is available only when the vehicle is not mov- ing. Touch “Select”. The folder list is dis- played.Push the “AUDIO” button and touch the“CD” tab, then touch the “ChangeDiscs”. Choose an MP3/WMA discnumber to display this screen. U6026GS Touch the desired folder number. The changer will start playing the first file of the selected folder. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves up by 5 folder groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the top page of the list is displayed, the last page is displayed. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves down by 5 folder groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the last page of the list is displayed, the top page is displayed.168
  29. 29. AUDIO SYSTEMSELECTING A DESIRED FILE “TUNE/FILE” knob: Use for direct access“SEEK/TRACK” button: Use for direct to a desired file in the disc.access to a desired file. Turn the “TUNE/FILE” knob to step up orPush the “ ” or “ ” button of down all the files in the disc you are cur-“SEEK/TRACK” and repeat it until the de- rently listening to. The file number ap-sired file number appears on the display. pears on the display. When “RAND” orAs you release the button, the changer will “FLD.RPT” is on, all the files in the folderstart playing the selected file from the be- you are currently listening to can beginning. When “RAND” or “FLD.RPT” is stepped up or down.on, the file number within the folder you arecurrently listening to appears.Fast forward: Push the “ ” button of“SEEK/TRACK” and hold it to fast for-ward the disc. When you release the but-ton, the changer will resume playing fromthat position.Reverse: Push the “ ” button of“SEEK/TRACK” and hold it to reverse thedisc. When you release the button, thechanger will resume playing. 169
  30. 30. AUDIO SYSTEM U6027GS“Select” for File: The desired file can be Touch the desired file number. The chang-selected in a list. This function is available er will start playing the selected file fromonly when the vehicle is not moving. the beginning.Touch “Select”. The file list is displayed. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves up by 5 file groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the top page of the list is displayed, the last page is displayed. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves down by 5 file groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the last page of the list is displayed, the top page is displayed.170
  31. 31. AUDIO SYSTEMSEARCHING FOR A DESIRED FILE SEARCHING FOR A DESIRED FOLDERTouch “SCAN” on the screen briefly Touch “SCAN” on the screen for longerwhile the disc is playing. than a second while the disc is playing.“SCAN” appears on the screen. The “FLD.SCAN” appears on the screen. Thechanger will play the next file in the folder program at the beginning of each folder willfor 10 seconds, then scan again. To select be played for 10 seconds. To continue lis-a file, touch “SCAN” on the screen a sec- tening to the program of your choice, touchond time. If the changer reaches the end “SCAN” on the screen a second time.of the folder, it will continue scanning from After all the folders are scanned in onefile 1. pass, normal play resumes.After all the files are scanned in one pass,normal play resumes. 171
  32. 32. AUDIO SYSTEM “RAND”: Use it for automatic and random selection of the folder or the disc which you are currently listening to. Playing the files in one folder in random order — Touch “RAND” briefly while the disc is playing. “RAND” appears on the screen. The system selects a file in the folder you are currently listening to. To cancel it, touch “RAND” once again.OTHER FUNCTIONS Playing the files in all the folders on one“RPT”: Use it for automatic repeat of the disc in random order —file or folder you are currently listening to. Touch “RAND” for longer than a secondRepeating a file — while the disc is playing. “FLD.RAND” ap-Touch “RPT” briefly while the file is play- pears on the screen. The system selectsing. “RPT” appears on the screen. When a file in all the folders. To cancel it, touchmatically go back to the beginning of the “RAND” once again.file and play the file again. To cancel it, When a file is skipped or the system is in-touch “RPT” once again. operative, touch “RAND” to reset.Repeating a folder —Touch “RPT” for longer than a secondwhile the folder is playing. “FLD.RPT” ap-pears on the screen. When the folder isfinished, the changer will automatically goback to the beginning of the folder and playthe folder again. To cancel it, touch “RPT”once again.172
  33. 33. AUDIO SYSTEM — Bluetoothr audio operation(g) If the player malfunctions The Bluetoothr audio system enablesIf “CD Error” appears on the screen, audio users to enjoy music played on a porta-signals of the disc cannot be read or the ble player from the vehicle speaker viasystem has trouble. Push the “CD” button wireless communication.once again.If the changer does not operate, check thatthe disc surface is not soiled or damaged.If the disc is O.K., the temperature of thechanger’s internal mechanism may beraised because of high external tempera-ture. Remove the disc from the changer tocool it.If the changer still does not operate, haveit checked by your dealer.If an MP3/WMA disc contains CD−DA This audio system supportsfiles, only CD−DA files are played. If an Bluetoothr, a wireless data systemMP3/WMA disc contains files other than capable of playing portable audioCD−DA, only MP3/WMA files are played. music without cables. If your portable player does not support Bluetoothr, the Bluetoothr audio system will not function. 173
  34. 34. AUDIO SYSTEM INFORMATIONPortable players must correspond tothe following specifications in order Bluetooth is a trademark owned byto be connected to the Bluetoothr au- Bluetooth SIG. Inc.dio system. However, please notethat some functions may be limited CAUTIONdepending on the type of portableplayer. Do not operate the player’s controlsD Bluetoothr Specification or connect to the Bluetoothr audio Ver.1.1 or higher system while driving. (Recommended: Ver.2.0+EDR or higher)D Profile NOTICE D A2DP (Advanced Audio Dis- Do not leave your portable player in tribution Profile) Ver.1.0 or the car. In particular, high tempera- higher tures inside the vehicle may damage D AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote the portable player. Control Profile) Ver.1.0 or higher (Recommended: Ver.1.3 or higher) INFORMATIONPlease go to “http://www.toyota. D In the following conditions, thecom/” to find approved Bluetoothr system may not function.phones for this system. D The portable player is turned off. D The portable player is not con- nected. D The portable player has a low bat- tery. D It may take time, the phone con- nection is carried out during Bluetoothr audio play.174
  35. 35. AUDIO SYSTEM An antenna for the Bluetoothr connection is built in to the display. The indication of the Bluetoothr connection may turn yellow and the system may not function when you use the Bluetoothr portable player in the following conditions. D Your portable player is hiding behind from the display (behind the seat or in the glove box or console box).1 Indicates the condition of the D Your portable player touches or is cov- Bluetoothr connection. ered with metal materials.“Blue” indicates an excellent connection Leave the Bluetoothr portable player in ato Bluetoothr. place where the “Blue” indication is dis-“Yellow” indicates a bad connection to played.Bluetoothr, resulting in possible deteriora- The portable player information is regis-tion of audio quality. tered when the Bluetoothr audio system is connected. When you release possession : No connection to Bluetoothr. of your vehicle, remove your portable play-2 Indicates the amount of battery er. (See “(a) Removing a Bluetoothr au- charge left. dio” on page 268.)Empty FullRemaining charge is not displayed whilethe Bluetoothr is connecting.The amount left does not always corre-spond with the one of your portable player.This system doesn’t have a charging func-tion. 175
  36. 36. AUDIO SYSTEM (a) Connecting Bluetoothr audio play- FCC ID : HYQDNNS025 er Type : DNNS025 To use the Bluetoothr audio system, IC : 1551A−DNNS025 Canada 310 you need to enter your portable playerThis device complies with Part 15 of the into the system. Once you haveFCC Rules and RSS−210. Operation is registered it, you can enjoy your musicsubject to the following two conditions : on the vehicle’s audio system. (See “—(1) This device may not cause harmful Setting Bluetoothr audio” on pageinterference, and (2) this device must 267.)accept any interference received, in- For the operation procedure for thecluding interference that may cause un- portable player, see the instructiondesired operation. manual that comes with it. D When the connection method is “From Vehicle”. CAUTION D When the auto connection is onFCC WARNING: Changes or modifi- Vehicles with smart key system —cations not expressly approved by When the portable player is stand-the party responsible for compliance by for the connection, it will be au-could void the user’s authority to op- tomatically connected whenevererate the equipment. the “ENGINE START STOP” switch is in either ACCESSORY orCAUTION: Radio Frequency Radi- IGNITION ON mode.ation ExposureThis equipment complies with FCC/ Vehicles without smart keyIC radiation exposure limits set forth system —for uncontrolled equipment and When the portable player is stand-meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) by for the connection, it will be au-Exposure Guidelines in Supplement tomatically connected wheneverC to OET65 and RSS−102 of the IC ra- the engine switch is in eitherdio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. “ACC” or “ON” position.This equipment has very low levels ofRF energy that it deemed to comply D When the auto connection is offwithout maximum permissive expo- Manually connect the portablesure evaluation (MPE). But it is desir- player in accordance with the fol-able that it should be installed and lowing procedure.operated with at least 20 cm and morebetween the radiator and person’sbody (excluding extremities: hands,wrists, feet and ankles).Co−location: This transmitter mustnot be co−located or operated in con-junction with any other antenna ortransmitter.176
  37. 37. AUDIO SYSTEM D When the connection method is “From Portable Player” Operate the portable player and con- nect it to the Bluetoothr audio system. For the operation procedure for the portable player, see the instruction manual that comes with it.Touch “Connect”. U6033GS Touch “Connect”.When the connection is completed, this U6035GSscreen is displayed. Now you can use theportable player. U6034GS Connect the portable audio player to the Bluetoothr audio system.This screen will appear when the connec-tion has failed. U6036GS This screen will appear when the connec- tion has been successfully established. 177
  38. 38. AUDIO SYSTEMD Reconnecting the portable player (b) Playing a Bluetoothr audioVehicles with smart key system — D Playing and pausing a BluetoothrIf the portable player is disconnected with audioa poor reception from the Bluetoothr net-work when the “ENGINE START STOP”switch is in ACCESSORY or IGNITIONON mode, the system automatically re-connects the portable player. In this case,the connection result is not displayed.Vehicles without smart key system —If the portable player is disconnected witha poor reception from the Bluetoothr net-work when the engine switch is in the“ACC” or “ON” position, the system auto- Push the “AUX” button or push thematically reconnects the portable player. “AUDIO” button to display this screenIn this case, the connection result is not and touch the “BT” tab if thedisplayed. Bluetoothr audio player is alreayIf the Bluetoothr is disconnected on pur- connected.pose such as you turned your portable Touch and the music will start playing.player off, this does not happen.Reconnect it by the following method. Touch and the music will pause.D Select the portable player again. Touch and the music will start playingD Enter the portable player. again. Depending on the portable player that is connected to the system, the music may start playing when touching while it is paused. On the other hand, the music may pause when touching while it is play- ing.178
  39. 39. AUDIO SYSTEM D Selecting a desired trackSome titles may not be displayed depend-ing on the type of portable player. “SEEK/TRACK” button: Use for direct access to a desired track. Push the “ ” or “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” and repeat it until the de- sired track number appears on the screen. As you release the button, the portable player will start playing the selected track from the beginning. Fast forward: Push and hold the “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” to fast forward the play- er. When you release the button, the porta- ble player will resume playing from that position. Reverse: Push and hold the “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” to reverse the player. When you release the button, the player will resume playing. INFORMATION Depending on the portable player that is connected to the system, certain functions may not be available. 179
  40. 40. AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired album D Other function“Album Y”: Touch this button to go to “RPT”: Use this control to automatic re-the next album. play the track you are currently listening to.“Album B”: Touch this button to go to Repeating a track —the previous album. While the track is playing, touch “RPT” briefly. INFORMATION “RPT” appears on the screen. When the track is finished, the player will automati-Depending on the portable player that cally play it again. To cancel the repeat,is connected to the system, certain touch “RPT” once again.functions may not be available.180
  41. 41. AUDIO SYSTEM — USB memory/iPod operation“RAND”: Use this for automatic and ran- Connecting a USB memory or iPod en-dom selection of tracks on the album that ables you to enjoy music from the ve-you are currently listening to. hicle speakers.Playing the tracks in the album in ran-dom order — CAUTIONWhile the track is playing, touch Do not operate the player’s controls“RAND” briefly. or connect the USB memory or iPod“RAND” appears on the screen. The sys- while driving.tem selects a track in the album you arecurrently listening to. To cancel this func-tion, touch “RAND” once again. NOTICE INFORMATION D Do not leave your portable player in the car. In particular, high tempera- Depending on the portable player that tures inside the vehicle may dam- is connected to the system, certain age the portable player. functions may not be available. D Do not push down on or apply un- necessary pressure to the portable player while it is connected as this may damage the portable player or its terminal. D Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage the portable player or its terminal. 181
  42. 42. AUDIO SYSTEM(a) Connecting a USB memory or iPod (b) Playing a USB memory or iPod D Playing and pausing a file or track " USB memory1. Open the console box. " iPod Push the “AUX” button or push the2. Open the cover and connect a USB “AUDIO” button to display this screenmemory or iPod. and touch the “USB” tab to display this screen if the USB memory or iPod is al-Turn on the power of the USB memory or ready connected.iPod if it is not turned on.3. Close the console box. Touch and the music will start playing. Touch and the music will pause. Touch and the music will start playing again.182
  43. 43. AUDIO SYSTEM D Selecting a play mode INFORMATION (iPod only)D When an iPod is connected and the audio source is changed to iPod mode, the iPod will resume play from the same point in which it was last used.D When the USB memory is con- nected and the audio source is changed to USB memory mode, the USB memory will start playing the first file in the first folder. If the same device is removed and rein- 1. Touch “Menu”. serted (and the contents have not been changed), the USB memory will resume play from the same point in which it was last used.D Depending on the iPod or USB memory that is connected to the system, certain functions may not be available. 2. Touch the desired play mode. 183
  44. 44. AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired folder (USB memory only) Touch the desired folder number. The sys- tem will start playing the first file of the se-“FolderY”: Touch this touch−screen but- lected folder.ton to go to the next folder.“FolderB”: Touch this touch−screen but- : By touching this touch−screen but-ton to go to the previous folder. ton, the list moves up by 5 folder groups.“Select” for Folder: The desired folder If this touch−screen button is touchedcan be selected in a list. This function is when the top page of the list is displayed,available only when the vehicle is not mov- the last page is displayed.ing.Touch “Select”. The folder list is dis- : By touching this touch−screen but-played. ton, the list moves down by 5 folder groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the last page of the list is displayed, the top page is displayed.184
  45. 45. AUDIO SYSTEMD Selecting a desired file or track “TUNE/FILE” knob: Use for direct access“SEEK/TRACK” button: Use for direct to a desired file or track in the player.access to a desired file or track. Turn the “TUNE/FILE” knob to step up orPush the “ ” or “ ” button of “SEEK/ down all the files or tracks in the player youTRACK” and repeat it until the desired file are currently listening to.or track appears on the screen. As you re-lease the button, the USB memory oriPod will start playing the selected file ortrack from the beginning.Fast forward:Push and hold the “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” to fast forward the player. Whenyou release the button, the player will re-sume playing from that position.Reverse:Push and hold the “ ” button of “SEEK/TRACK” to reverse the player. When yourelease the button, the player will resumeplaying. 185
  46. 46. AUDIO SYSTEM" USB memory Touch the desired file or track number. The changer will start playing the selected file or track from the beginning. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves up by 5 file or track groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the top page of the list is dis- played, the last page is displayed. : By touching this touch−screen but- ton, the list moves down by 5 file or track" iPod groups. If this touch−screen button is touched when the last page of the list is“Select” for File or Track: The desired displayed, the top page is displayed.file or track can be selected in a list. Thisfunction is available only when the vehicleis not moving.Touch “Select”. The file or track list is dis-played.186
  47. 47. AUDIO SYSTEMD Searching for a desired file D Searching for a desired folder (USB memory only) (USB memory only)Touch “SCAN” briefly while the music Touch “SCAN” for longer than a secondis playing. while the music is playing.“SCAN” appears on the screen. The play- “FLD.SCAN” appears on the screen. Theer will play the next file for 10 seconds, program at the beginning of each folder willthen scan again. To select a file, touch be played for 10 seconds. To continue lis-“SCAN” a second time. If the player tening to the program of your choice, touchreaches the end of the memory, it will con- “SCAN” a second time.tinue scanning at file1. After all the folders are scanned in oneAfter all the files are scanned in one pass, pass, normal play resumes.normal play resumes. 187
  48. 48. AUDIO SYSTEMD Other function Repeating a folder (USB memory only) — While the folder is playing, touch “RPT” for longer than a second. “FLD.RPT” appears on the screen. When the folder is finished, the changer will auto- matically go back to the beginning of the folder and play the folder again. To cancel it, touch “RPT” once again. “RAND”: Use this for automatic and ran- dom selection of files or tracks on the al-" USB memory bum that you are currently listening to. Playing the file or track in random or- der — While the file or track is playing, touch “RAND” briefly. “RAND” appears on the screen. The sys- tem selects a file or track you are currently listening to. To cancel this function, touch “RAND” once again. Playing the files in all folders in random order — Touch “RAND” for longer than a second" iPod while the music is playing. “FLD.RAND” appears on the screen. The system se- lects a file in all folders. To cancel it, touch“RPT”: Use this control to automatic re- “RAND” once again.play the file or track you are currently lis-tening to. When a file is skipped or the system is in- operative, touch “RAND” to reset.Repeating a file or track —While the file or track is playing, touch“RPT” briefly.“RPT” appears on the screen. When thefile or track is finished, the player will auto-matically play it again. To cancel the re-peat, touch “RPT” once again.188
  49. 49. AUDIO SYSTEMAudio remote controls(steering switches) 2 “ ” switch Radio This switch has the following features — To select a preset station: Quickly push and release the “ ” or “ ” side of the switch. Do this again to select the next preset station. To seek a station: Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” side of the switch until you hear a beep. Do this again to find the next station. If you push the switch on either side during the seek mode, seeking will be cancelled.Some parts of the audio system can be ad- To step up or down the frequency, pushjusted using the switches on the steering and hold the switch even after you hear awheel. beep. When you release from the switch,Details of the specific switches, controls, the radio will begin seeking up or down forand features are described below. a station. Do this again to find the next sta- 1 Volume control switch tion. 2 “ ” switch XMr Satellite Radio — 3 “MODE” switch To select a preset channel, push the “ ” or “ ” side of the switch. Repeat until a desired channel is found. 1 Volume control switch CD changerPush “+” side to increase the volume. The Use this switch to skip up or down to a dif-volume continues to increase while the ferent track in either direction.switch is being pressed. To select a desired track or file:Push “–” side to decrease the volume. Quickly push and release the “ ” or “ ”The volume continues to decrease while side of the switch until the track you wantthe switch is being pressed. to listen to is set. If you want to return to the beginning of the current track, push the “ ” side of the switch once, quickly. To select a desired disc: Push and hold the “ ” or “ ” switch until you hear a beep to change to the next or the previous disc. Repeat this operation until you reach the disc you want to listen to. 189
  50. 50. AUDIO SYSTEM Audio system operating hintsBluetoothr audio playerUse this switch to skip up or down to a dif- NOTICEferent track or album in either direction.To select a desired track: To ensure correct audio system op-Quickly push and release the “ ” or “ ” erations:side of the switch until the track you want D Be careful not to spill beveragesto listen to is set. If you want to return to the over the audio system.beginning of the current track, push the D Do not put anything other than an“ ” side of the switch once quickly. appropriate disc into the CDTo select a desired album: changer.Push and hold “ ” or “ ” switch until D The use of a cellular phone insideyou hear a beep to change to the next or or near the vehicle may cause athe previous album. Repeat this operation noise from the speakers of the au-until you reach the album you want to listen dio system which you are listeningto. to. However, this does not indicateUSB memory/iPod a malfunction.Use this switch to skip up or down to a dif-ferent file or track in either direction. RADIO RECEPTIONTo select a desired file or track: Usually, a problem with radio receptionPush the “ ” or “ ” side of the switch does not mean there is a problem with youruntil the file or track you want to listen to is radio — it is just the normal result of condi-set. If you want to return to the beginning tions outside the vehicle.of the current file or track, push the “ ”side of the switch once quickly. For example, nearby buildings and terrain can interfere with FM reception. PowerTo select a desired folder (USB memory lines or telephone wires can interfere withonly): AM signals. And of course, radio signalsPush and hold “ ” or “ ” switch until have a limited range. The farther you areyou hear a beep to change to the next or from a station, the weaker its signal will be.the previous folder. Repeat this operation In addition, reception conditions changeuntil you reach the folder you want to listen constantly as your vehicle moves.to. Here are some common reception prob- 3 “MODE” switch lems that probably do not indicate a prob-Push “MODE” switch to select an audio lem with your radio:mode. Each push changes the mode se-quentially if the desired mode is ready touse.To turn the audio system on, push the“MODE” switch.To turn the audio system off, push and holdthe “MODE” switch until you hear a beep.190
  51. 51. AUDIO SYSTEMFM XMrFading and drifting stations — Generally, Cargo loaded on the roof luggage carrier,the effective range of FM is about 25 miles especially metal objects, may adversely(40 km). Once outside this range, you may affect the reception of XMr Satellite Radio.notice fading and drifting, which increase Alternation or modifications carried outwith the distance from the radio transmit- without appropriate authorization may in-ter. They are often accompanied by distor- validate the user’s right to operate thetion. equipment.Multi−path — FM signals are reflective, iPodmaking it possible for two signals to reachyour antenna at the same time. If this hap- About iPod —pens, the signals will cancel each other D Apple is not responsible for the opera-out, causing a momentary flutter or loss of tion of this device or its compliance withreception. safety and regulatory standards.Static and fluttering — These occur when D iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., regis-signals are blocked by buildings, trees, or tered in the U.S. and other countries.other large objects. Increasing the bass Compatible models —level may reduce static and fluttering.Station swapping — If the FM signal you Model Generation Software versionare listening to is interrupted or weakened, iPod 5th Ver. 1.2.0 orand there is another strong station nearby generation higheron the FM band, your radio may tune in the iPod 1st Ver. 1.3.0 orsecond station until the original signal can nano generation higherbe picked up again. 2nd Ver. 1.1.2 orAM generation higherFading — AM broadcasts are reflected by 3rd Ver. 1.0.0 or generation higherthe upper atmosphere — especially atnight. These reflected signals can inter- iPod 1st Ver. 1.1.0 orfere with those received directly from the touch generation higherradio station, causing the radio station to iPod 1st Ver. 1.0.0 orsound alternately strong and weak. classic generation higherStation interference — When a reflected Depending on differences between mod-signal and a signal received directly from els or software versions etc., some modelsa radio station are very nearly the same listed above might be incompatible withfrequency, they can interfere with each this system.other, making it difficult to hear the broad- iPod 4th generation and earlier models arecast. not compatible with this system.Static — AM is easily affected by external iPhone, iPod mini, iPod shuffle and iPodsources of electrical noise, such as high photo are not compatible with this system.tension power lines, lightening, or electri- USB memorycal motors. This results in static. USB memory that can be used for MP3 and WMA playback. D USB communication formats: USB 2.0 FS (12 MBPS) D File formats: FAT 16/32 (Windowsr) D Correspondence class: Mass storage class 191
  52. 52. AUDIO SYSTEMCARING FOR YOUR CD CHANGERAND DISCSD Your CD changer is intended for use with 4.7 in. (12 cm) discs only.D Extremely high temperatures can keep your CD changer from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning to cool XS18016 the vehicle interior before you use the changer.D Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make your CD changer skip.D If moisture gets into your CD changer, you may not play even though they ap- pear to be working. Remove the disc CD changer from the changer and wait until it dries. D Use only discs marked as shown abo- ve. The following products may not be playable on your changer. CAUTION Copy−protected CD CD changer uses an invisible laser CD−ROM beam which could cause hazardous radiation exposure if directed out- side the unit. Be sure to operate the changers correctly.192
  53. 53. AUDIO SYSTEM 6U5B93X 6U5B96X" Special shaped discs " Labeled discs NOTICE D Do not use special shaped, trans- parent/translucent, low quality or labeled discs such as those shown 6U5B95X in the illustrations. The use of such discs may damage the changer, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. D This system is not designed for use of Dual Disc. Do not use Dual Disc because it may cause damage to" Transparent/translucent discs the changer. D Do not use a disc with protection ring. The use of such disc may damage the changer, or it may be impossible to eject the disc. D If a disc cannot be ejected, do not forcibly take out the disc. Keep pushing the “ ” button for 6U5B94X approximately 5 seconds and re- lease it. At this time, the audio disc and the map DVD−ROM will be ejected." Low quality discs 193
  54. 54. AUDIO SYSTEM 6U5B97X 6U5B98X" Correct " Wrong To clean a disc: Wipe it with a soft, lint− free cloth that has been dampened withD Handle discs carefully, especially water. Wipe in a straight line from the cen- when you are inserting them. Hold ter to the edge of the disc (not in circles). them on the edge and do not bend the- Dry it with another soft, lint−free cloth. Do m. Avoid getting fingerprints on them, not use a conventional record cleaner or particularly on the shiny side. anti−static device.D Dirt, scratches, warping, pin holes, or other disc damage could cause the player to skip or to repeat a section of a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the disc up to the light.)D Remove discs from the players when you are not using them. Store them in their plastic cases away from moisture, heat, and direct sunlight.194
  55. 55. AUDIO SYSTEMMP3/WMA FILES Sampling frequencyD MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) and WMA MP3 files for MP3 player: (Windows Media Audio) are audio MPEG 1 LAYER 3 — 32, 44.1, 48 kHz compression standards. MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3 — 16, 22.05, 24D The MP3/WMA player can play MP3 kHz and WMA files on CD−ROM, CD−R MP3 files for USB memory: and CD−RW discs. MPEG 1 AUDIO LAYER 2, 3 — 32, 44.1, 48 kHz The unit can play disc recordings com- MPEG 2 AUDIO LAYER 2, 3 — 16, patible with ISO 9660 level 1 and level 22.05, 24 kHz 2 and with the Romeo and Joliet file MPEG 2.5 — 8, 11.025, 12 kHz system. WMA files for WMA player:D When naming an MP3 or WMA file, add Ver. 7, 8, 9 CBR — 32, 44.1, 48 kHz the appropriate file extension (.mp3 or WMA files for USB memory: .wma). Ver. 9 — HIGH PROFILE 32, 44.1, 48D The MP3/WMA player plays back files kHz with .mp3 or .wma file extensions as D The sound quality of MP3/WMA files MP3 or WMA files. To prevent noise generally improves with higher bit rate- and playback errors, use the appropri- s. In order to achieve a reasonable lev- ate file extensions. el of sound quality, discs recorded withD The MP3/WMA player can play only a bit rate of at least 128 kbps are rec- the first session using multi−session ommended. compatible CDs. Playable bit ratesD MP3 player — MP3 files are compat- MP3 files for MP3 player: ible with the ID3 Tag Ver. 1.0, Ver. 1.1, MPEG1 LAYER3 — 64 to 320 kbps Ver. 2.2, and Ver. 2.3 formats. The unit MPEG2 LSF LAYER3 — 64 to 160 cannot display disc title, track title and kbps artist name in other formats. MP3 files for USB memory:D USB memory — MP3 files are com- MPEG 1 AUDIO LAYER 2, 3 — 32 to patible with the ID3 Tag Ver. 1.0, Ver. 320 kbps 1.1, Ver. 2.2, Ver. 2.3 and Ver. 2.4 for- MPEG 2 AUDIO LAYER 2, 3 — 32 to mats. The unit cannot display track title 160 kbps and artist name in other formats. MPEG 2.5 — 32 to 160 kbps WMA files for WMA player:D WMA files can contain a WMA tag that Ver. 7, 8 CBR — 48 to 192 kbps is used in the same way as an ID3 tag. Ver. 9 CBR — 48 to 320 kbps WMA tags carry information such as WMA files for USB memory: track title, artist name. Ver. 9 CBR — 32 to 320 kbpsD The emphasis function is available only when playing MP3/WMA files re- corded at 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz. 195
  56. 56. AUDIO SYSTEMD The MP3/WMA player does not play back MP3/WMA files from discs re- corder using packet write data transfer (UDF format). Discs should be re- 001.mp3 corded using “pre−mastering” software 002.wma rather than packet−write software. Folder 1D M3u playlists are not compatible with the audio player. 6U5161aX 003.mp3 Folder 2 004.mp3D MP3i (MP3 interactive) and MP3PRO 005.wma formats are not compatible with the au- Folder 3 dio player. 006.mp3D The player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate). D The play order of the compact disc withD When playing back files recorded as the structure shown above is as fol- VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files, the play lows: time will not be correctly displayed if 001.mp3 002.wma . . . 006.mp3 fast−forward or reverse operations are used.D It is not possible to check folders that D MP3/WMA player — It is possible to do not include MP3/WMA files. play up to 192 folders or 255 files on one disc.D MP3/WMA files in folders up to 8 levels deep can be played. However, the D USB memory — It is possible to play start of playback may be delayed when up to 999 folders, 255 files per folder or using discs containing numerous lev- 65,025 files in device. els of folders. For this reason, we rec- D The order changes depending on the ommend creating discs with no more PC and MP3/WMA encoding software than two levels of folders. you use.196

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