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  • Brand: Audiomedia
  • Product: Car Radio
  • Model/name: AMR 417BT
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian

Table of Contents

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CONTENTS
INSTALLATION..................................................................................................................................................... 16
Notes:................................................................................................................................................................... 16
DIN FRONT-MOUNT ............................................................................................................................................ 16
Installation Opening ............................................................................................................................................ 16
Installing the unit................................................................................................................................................. 16
Removing the unit ............................................................................................................................................... 17
Information about the disposal of electronic equipment...................................................................................... 17
WIRING CONNECTION ....................................................................................................................................... 18
GENERAL OPERATION........................................................................................................................................ 19
Location of buttons.............................................................................................................................................. 19
Removing the front panel .................................................................................................................................... 20
Installing the front panel...................................................................................................................................... 20
Precautions when handling.................................................................................................................................. 20
Switching On/Off the unit ................................................................................................................................... 21
Sound adjustment ................................................................................................................................................ 21
Liquid crystal display .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Clock.................................................................................................................................................................... 21
RESET function................................................................................................................................................... 21
RADIO OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 22
Switching to radio mode.................................................................................................................................. 22
STEREO/MONO function............................................................................................................................... 22
LOCAL function.............................................................................................................................................. 22
Selecting the frequency band........................................................................................................................... 22
Selecting station............................................................................................................................................... 22
Storing and recalling stored stations................................................................................................................ 22
Automatic memory storing.............................................................................................................................. 22
Program scanning ............................................................................................................................................ 22
RDS (RADIO DATA SYSTEM) ......................................................................................................................... 22
AF function...................................................................................................................................................... 22
REG function................................................................................................................................................... 23
TA function...................................................................................................................................................... 23
PTY function ................................................................................................................................................... 23
USB OPERATIONS............................................................................................................................................ 24
Selecting songs in single step .......................................................................................................................... 24
Selecting directory up/down............................................................................................................................ 24
Pausing playing................................................................................................................................................ 24
Previewing all files .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Repeating playing............................................................................................................................................ 24
Playing in random order .................................................................................................................................. 24
Searching file................................................................................................................................................... 24
SD OPERATIONS............................................................................................................................................... 24
CAUTION for the storage media users ............................................................................................................... 24
AUXILIARY INPUT........................................................................................................................................... 24
BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS............................................................................................................................ 25
Pairing.............................................................................................................................................................. 25
Phone calls operations ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Making a calls using the front panel................................................................................................................ 25
Bluetooth audio (A2DP).................................................................................................................................. 25
SPECIFICATION.................................................................................................................................................... 26
TROUBLE SHOOTING ......................................................................................................................................... 26
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INSTALLATION
Notes:
 Choose the mounting location where the unit will not interfere with the normal driving function
of the driver.
 Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily and make sure it is all
connected up properly and the unit and the system work properly.
 Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of unauthorized
parts can cause malfunctions.
 Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other
modifications of the vehicle.
 Install the unit where it does not get in the driver’s way and cannot injure the passenger if there
is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop.
 If installation angel exceeds 30°from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum
performance.
 Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperature, such as from direct
sunlight, or from hot air, from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive
vibration.
DIN FRONT-MOUNT
Installation Opening
 This unit can be installed in any dashboard having an opening as shown below:
Installing the unit
 Be sure you test all connections first, and then follow these steps to install the unit.
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off, and then disconnect the cable from the vehicle battery’s
negative (-) terminal.
2. Disconnect the wire harness and the antenna.
3. Mount the sleeve by inserting the sleeve into the opening of the dashboard and bend open the
tabs located around the sleeve with a screwdriver. Not all tabs will be able to make contact, so
examine which ones will be most effective. Bending open the appropriate tabs behind the
dashboard to secure the sleeve in place.
53mm
182mm
3
0
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Mounting Bolt
Plain Washer
Tapping Screw
Metal Strap
Spring Washer Hex Nut
4. Reconnect the wire harness and the antenna and be careful not to pinch any wires or cables.
5. Slide the unit into the sleeve until it locks into place.
6. To further secure the unit, use the supplied metal strap to secure the back of the unit in place.
Use the supplied hardware (Hex Nut (M5mm) and Spring Washer) to attach one end of the
strap to the mounting bolt on the back of the unit. If necessary, bend the metal strap to fit your
vehicle’s mounting area. Then use the supplied hardware (Tapping Screw (5x25mm) and Plain
Washer) to attach the other end of metal strap to a solid metal part of the vehicle under the
dashboard. This strap also helps ensure proper electrical grounding of the unit.
Note to install the short threading terminal of the mounting bolt to the back of the unit and the
other long threading terminal to the dashboard.
7. Reconnect the cable to the vehicle battery’s negative (-) terminal. Then replace the outer trim
ring.
Removing the unit
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off, then disconnect the cable from the vehicle battery’s
negative (-) terminal.
2. Remove the metal strap attached the back of the unit (if attached).
3. Lift the top of the outer trim ring then pull it out to remove it.
4. Insert both of the supplied keys into the slots at the middle left and right sides of the unit, then
pull the unit out of the dashboard.
Information about the disposal of electronic equipment
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means that the
product is covered by the European Directive 2012/19/EU. Please inform yourself
about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with
your normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product helps to prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Location of buttons
1. - (Release) button
2. / MODE - source, receiving calls
3. 0 / DISP - display mode
4. 1 / - pause, play
5. 2 / INT - intro scan
6. AS/PS / TRANS - auto store, preset scan, search track
7. 3 / RPT - repeat track
8. LCD display
9. USB socket
10. AUX input
11. 6 / DIR+ / # - folder up
12. 9 / - seek tuning, next track, fast forward
13. 5 / DIR- / * - folder down
14. 4 / RDM - random play
15. 8 / - seek tuning, previous track, rewind
16. PWR / SEL - power, volume, select functions
17. 7 / BAND / - change bands, ending calls
18. SD card slot
19. Reset button
20. Microphone
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Removing the front panel
Press the release button on the front panel and pull off the front panel.
Keep front panel into the case
Installing the front panel
To install the front panel, insert the panel into the housing and make sure the panel is properly
installed. Otherwise, abnormality occurs on the display or some keys will not function properly.
Precautions when handling
 Do not drop the front panel.
 Do not put pressure on the display or control buttons when removing or installing the front
panel.
 Do not touch the contacts on the front panel or on the main unit body. It may result in poor
electrical contact.
 If any dirt or foreign substances adhered on the contacts, they can be removed with a clean
and dry cloth.
 Do not expose the front panel to high temperatures or direct sunlight in anywhere.
 Keep away any volatile agents (e.g. benzene, thinner, or insecticides) from touching the
surface of the front panel
 Do not attempt to disassemble the front panel.
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Switching On/Off the unit
Press PWR/SEL knob to turn on the unit.
When the unit is on press and hold for 2 seconds to turn off the unit.
Sound adjustment
Press PWR/SEL knob to select the adjustment mode. It will be changed in the following order:
AF-BAS-TRE-BAL-FAD-EQ-LOUD-LOC-STEREO-REG-TA-TAVOL-EON-VOL
 AF: Alternative Frequencies
 BAS: bass
 TRE: treble
 BAL: balance
 FAD: fader
 EQ: equalization (FLAT-POP-ROCK-CLASS-OFF)
 LOUD: loudness
 LOC: local
 STEREO: tuner mode
 REG: region
 TA: traffic announcements
 TAVOL: TA volume
 EON: Enhanced Other Network
 VOL: volume
By rotating the PWR/SEL knob clockwise or counter-clockwise, it is possible to adjust the desired
function.
Liquid crystal display
Shows activated functions and current settings on the display.
In RADIO mode, the display shows information sent by the radio station or frequency in the case of
stations without RDS. In USB/SD mode the display shows MP3/WMA file information. In PHONE
and AUX modes the display shows the name of the sound source.
By pressing the DISP button, you can view additional information, like a clock, PTY (Program Type
- only RDS), PS (Program Service - station name - only RDS). After a short time, the display will
show the basic information again.
Clock
Some RDS radio stations are sending accurate time signal, which is set automatically. If you did
not receive a time signal from the RDS station, the clock can be set manually. Press and hold DISP
button to enter the clock setting mode. By pressing or button set current hour, then press
the DISP button and using the same or button set current minute. Press the DISP button
again or wait a moment to save the settings.
RESET function
RESET function is needed in the following cases: initial installation of the unit when all wiring is
completed, all the buttons do not operate, Error symbol on the display.
RESET button can be activated with a thin metal object e.g. ballpoint.
If the button is pressed and the unit is still not working properly, please clean the contacts of the
front panel with a cotton swab soaked in isopropyl alcohol.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
Switching to radio mode
Press MODE button to select RADIO mode. The display appears the memory band and frequency.
STEREO/MONO function
In STEREO mode, you can receive a stereo radio signal. In MONO mode, a stereo signal is
converted to a mono signal. In case of a weak radio signal, switching to MONO mode will reduce
the noises.
Enable/disable of this function is possible in the settings menu by pressing PWR/SEL knob.
LOCAL function
LOCAL function reduces the sensitivity of the tuner when searching for radio stations. In LOC ON
mode the tuner searches only the stations with strong signal, the stations with weak signal are
skipped. LOC OFF mode increases the sensitivity of the tuner, and finds all the stations.
Enable/disable of this function is possible in the settings menu by pressing PWR/SEL knob.
Selecting the frequency band
In RADIO mode press BAND button to select desired band. The bands will change in the following
order: FM1, FM2, FM3.
Selecting station
Press or button to activate automatic seek tuning. Hold one of them until “MANUAL” symbol
appears on the display to activate the manual tuning mode. If none of these buttons will not be
pressed to tune the frequency within several seconds, the unit will return to automatic tuning mode.
Storing and recalling stored stations
Hold for 2 seconds the preset button 1 - 6 to store current station into the chosen preset number.
Press any one of the preset buttons 1 - 6 to select a station, which is stored in the memory.
Automatic memory storing
Hold AS/PS button for 2 seconds to start the automatic storing radio stations. In two searching
cycles the tuner saves maximum 18 strongest stations into preset number buttons 1-6 on all three
bands. In the first cycle the tuner will search the entire range in LOCAL mode, seeking the
strongest stations. If there are less than 18 stations it will begin the second cycle of searching with
LOCAL off mode.
Program scanning
Press AS/PS button shortly to scan stored stations on all bands.
Press it again to choose desired station.
RDS (RADIO DATA SYSTEM)
RDS is a communications protocol standard for embedding small amounts of digital information in
conventional FM radio broadcasts.
AF function
When the AF function is on, the display shows "AF" symbol. If the signal of a radio station is weak
the "AF" symbol flashes and the tuner automatically attempts to find an alternative frequency for
the same station.
Enable/disable of this function is possible in the settings menu by pressing PWR/SEL knob.
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REG function
In some countries the selected radio stations change temporarily their program from normal
broadcasting to regional broadcasting. If the REG function is on, the tuner will not search for
alternative frequencies for the same station during transmission of the regional program.
Enable/disable of this function is possible in the settings menu by pressing PWR/SEL knob.
TA function
When the TA function is on, the display shows “TA” symbol. TA function forces the automatic
seeking and switching to a radio station that periodically broadcasts the traffic announcements.
After finding such a station the display shows "TP" symbol.
In case of transmission of the traffic announcement the unit temporarily will switch from different
mode, e.g. USB, AUX to RADIO mode. If the volume level is lower than the setting of the TAVOL
function, the volume will be increased temporarily, to the TAVOL level stored in the device menu.
The current traffic announcement can be cancelled by holding MODE button for 2 seconds or
selecting STOP function in the menu by pressing the knob PWR/SEL, however the TA function will
remain enabled.
It is also possible to temporarily switch to a different radio station, when the EON system will detect
a traffic announcement from other station, which cooperates in EON network. If current radio
station starts to receive an information from EON and tuner is switched to the cooperating station
but located too far, the sound will mute for a while, then the tuner will switch back to the current
station.
Enable/Disable of the TA, EON and setting the TAVOL is possible in the settings menu by pressing
PWR/SEL knob.
PTY function
PTY function is used to select the preferred type of radio program. The programs are divided into
two groups: SPEECH and MUSIC. In order to start PTY function, hold BAND/PTY button to display
the SPEECH group. Hold BAND/PTY again to switch to the MUSIC group. Hold BAND/PTY the
third time to exit PTY mode.
By using the tips in the following table, press the number keys 1 - 6, until you see the name of the
desired program type. After a short time the tuner starts searching for a station broadcasting the
selected type of radio program. Searching stops when it finds such a radio station. If this type of
program can’t be find, the display shows NO PTY and PTY mode will be turned off.
Button SPEECH group MUSIC group
1 NEWS / AFFAIRS / INFO ROCK M / POP M
2 EDUCATE / DRAMA / SPORT LIGHT M / EASY M
3 VARIED / CULTURE / SCIENCE OTHER M / CLASSICS
4 FINANCE / CHILDREN / WEATHER COUNTRY / JAZZ
5 PHONE IN / SOCIAL / RELIGION OLDIES / NATION M
6 TRAVEL / LEISURE / DOCUMENT FOLK M
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USB OPERATIONS
USB socket is placed on the front panel of the unit. You can connect an USB stick through this
interface. The unit will search for MP3 or WMA files and starts to play automatically.
If the unit is in other mode press MODE button to select the USB mode.
Selecting songs in single step
Press or button to move to the next song or the previous song.
Selecting directory up/down
Press 6/DIR+ or 5/DIR- button to select next folder or previous folder.
Pausing playing
Press 1/ button to pause playing.
Press it again to resume playing.
Previewing all files
Press 2/INT button to INTRO scan each file.
Press it again to stop INTRO scan and start to play.
Repeating playing
Press 3/RPT button to continuously repeat the same file.
Press it again to repeat all files.
Playing in random order
Press 4/RDM button to play all files in random order.
Press it again to cancel the function.
Searching file
Press AS/PS button to activate the “Search file number” mode, the Display will show “NUM XXX“.
By rotating the PWR/SEL knob or using the numerical keys 1-10, select the desired file number.
Press PWR/SEL knob to confirm or wait a moment to start to play.
 1~6, BAND=7, =8, =9, DISP=0, SEL = confirm
SD OPERATIONS
SD card slot is placed behind the front panel of the unit. You can connect a SD card through this
interface. The unit will search for MP3 or WMA files and starts to play automatically.
If the unit is in other mode press MODE button to select SD mode.
The operation is the same with the USB operation, described above.
CAUTION for the storage media users
If USB/SD card contains any important files do not connect it to the device because of the
possibility of losing them.
The manufacturer does not take any responsibility for the loss of such files.
AUXILIARY INPUT
AUX input mini-jack 3,5mm is placed on the front panel of the unit. Using this input you can
connect e.g. MP3 player, smartphone or tablet to the head unit.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
 Please make sure that your mobile phone supports Bluetooth function.
 Different kind of mobile phones has some differences in the Bluetooth emissive power. To get
the best conversation quality, it is recommended that a distance between the mobile phone and
unit was not greater than 3m. Please also don't put any metal objects or an obstacles on the
path between the mobile phone and the unit.
Pairing
1. Select the Bluetooth set up on the mobile phone.
(Please refer to the instruction manual of your mobile phone on how to operate Bluetooth.)
2. Select “CAR KIT” on the list of found devices on your mobile phone.
If your mobile phone will ask for the PIN, please enter "0000".
3. When the pairing is successful, the Bluetooth mark appears on the display: .
Phone calls operations
Press MODE/ button to answer incoming call.
Press BAND/ button to reject incoming call or end current call.
Using TRANS button you can switch the call between the head unit and the mobile phone.
Making a calls using the front panel
1. Making an outgoing call by manually entering the number on the front panel:
Press MODE/ button to select PHONE mode. Hold MODE/ button and when the LCD
display will become BLANK you can enter a phone number using the numeric keys. In case of
incorrectly selected digit, press TRANS to delete it. Press PWR/SEL knob to make the call.
2. Redialing last number:
Press MODE/ button to select PHONE mode. Hold MODE/ button and when the LCD
display will become BLANK please hold MODE/ button again. After a while it will start to dial
the last number.
3. Dialing from the call list or phone book:
Press MODE/ button to select PHONE mode. By pressing TRANS button the LCD display
will show a lists of phone numbers in the following order: BOOK (phone book - only numbers
stored in the mobile phone, numbers from the SIM card will not be displayed), RECEIVED
(received calls), DIALED (dialed numbers), MISSED (missed calls). Using or button
please select desired phone number from the chosen list and press PWR/SEL button to make
the call.
NOTE: Some mobile phones may display a message that the CAR KIT attempts to access your
contacts and call history. Your permission is necessary to browse the lists of numbers.
NOTE for the mobile phones with two SIM cards:
Before dialing the number your mobile phone will ask you to select the SIM card, to be used for
making a call. You have to confirm your choice in the mobile phone. Some mobile phones may not
support an outgoing calls from both SIM cards.
Bluetooth audio (A2DP)
Press MODE/ button to select PHONE mode. Turn on the music player on your mobile phone
and start the playback. Press or button to move to the next song or the previous song.
Press 1/ button to pause or resume playback.
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
Chassis Dimensions: 178 (W) x 97 (D) x 50 (H)
Tone Controls
 Bass (at 100 Hz): ±10 dB
 Treble (at 10 kHz): ±10 dB
Maximum Output Power: 4 x 40 W
Current Drain: 15 A (max.)
RADIO FM
Frequency Coverage: 87.5 to 108 MHz
IF: 10.7 MHz
Sensitivity (S/N=30dB): 4 μV
Stereo Separation: >25 dB
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before going through the checklist, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist after
checklist has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom Cause Solution
No power.
The car ignition switch is not
on.
If the power supply is connected
to the car accessory circuits, but
the engine is not moving, switch
the ignition key to “ACC”.
The fuse is blown. Replace the fuse.
No sound. Volume is in minimum. Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly
connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation
keys do not work.
The built-in microcomputer is
not operating properly due to
noise.
Press the reset button.
The radio does
not Work.
The radio station
automatic
selection does
not work.
The antenna cable is not
connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The signals are too weak. Select a station manually.
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In case of questions or problems please contact our service:
2N-Everpol Sp. z o.o.
ul. Puławska 403A
02-801 Warsaw,Poland
phone:+48 22 331 99 59
e-mail:info@everpol.pl
www.everpol.pl
www.audiomedia.pl
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Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

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