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  • Brand: Clarion
  • Product: Car Radio
  • Model/name: CZ501E
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Dutch, German

Table of Contents

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Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA RECEIVER
LECTEUR CD/USB/MP3/WMA Bluetooth®
Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA-RECEIVER
SINTOLETTORE CD/USB/MP3/WMA Bluetooth®
Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA-ONTVANGER
RECEPTOR Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA
Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA-RECEIVER
ODTWARZACZ CD/USB/MP3/WMA
z interfejsem Bluetooth®
Bluetooth®
CD/USB/MP3/WMA ΔΕΚΤΗΣ
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CHINA
7-2,SHINTOSHIN,CHUO-KU,SAITAMA-SHI,SAITAMA-KEN,JAPAN
MANUFACTURED: URF
PN:127070006874
TX-1062B-A
CHINA
PN:127070006821
TX-1073E-A TX-1073E-B
65 mm
65 mm
CHINA
531-1602kHz
MW
FM
LW 153-279kHz
87.5-108MHz
PN:127070007338
TX-1073E-D
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and
cannot be used or distributed without a license from MSLGP.
03 2120
65 mm
65 mm
CHINA
531-1602kHz
MW
FM
LW 153-279kHz
87.5-108MHz
PN:127070007334
TX-1073E-E
03 2120
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and
cannot be used or distributed without a license from MSLGP.
65 mm
531-1602kH
MW
FM
LW 153-279kHz
87.5-108MH
TX-1073E-F
This product includes tec
cannot be used or distrib
CHINA
530-1710kHz 87.9-107.9MHz
Bluetooth QD ID No.: B017439
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1)THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2)THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES 21 CFR CHAPTER I
SUBCHAPTER J APPLICABLE AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
CLARION CO.,LTD.
7-2,SHINTOSHIN,CHUO-KU,SAITAMA-SHI,SAITAMA-KEN,JAPAN
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and
cannot be used or distributed without a license from MSLGP.
MANUFACTURED: URF
HD Radio™, HD Radio Ready™, and the HD Radio Ready logo are proprietary
trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation.
PN:127070006861
TX-1058B-A
FCC ID:AX2CZ501
65 mm
65 mm
65 mm
65 mm
CHINA
531-1602kHz
MW
FM
LW 153-279kHz
87.5-108MHz
PN:127070006894
TX-1070E-A
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and
cannot be used or distributed without a license from MSLGP.
03 2142
Bluetooth QD ID No.: B017439
65 mm
531-1602kH
MW
FM
LW 153-279kHz
87.5-108MH
TX-1070E-B
This product includes tec
cannot be used or distrib
Bluetooth QD ID No.: B01
CAUTIONS:
This appliance contains a laser system
and is classified as a “CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT“. To use this model properly, read
this Owner’s Manual carefully and keep this
manual for your future reference. In case of
any trouble with this player, please contact
your nearest “AUTHORIZED service station”.
To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam,
do not try to open the enclosure.
!CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS
OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE
OWNER’S MANUAL MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
ADVARSEL.
Denne mærking er anbragt udvendigt på
apparatet og indikerer, at apparatet arbejder
med laserstråler af klasse 1, hvilket betyder,
at der anvendes laserstråler af svageste
klasse, og at man ikke på apparatets
yderside kan blive udsat for utilladelig kraftig
stråling.
APPARATET BØR KUN ÅBNES AF
FAGFOLK MED SÆRLIGT KENDSKAB TIL
APPARATER MED LASERSTRÅLER!
Indvendigt i apparatet er anbragt den her
gengivne advarselsmækning, som advarer
imod at foretage sådanne indgreb i apparatet,
at man kan komme til at udsaætte sig for
laserstråling.
OBS!
Apparaten innehåller laserkomponenten som
avger laserstrålning överstigande gränsen för
laserklass 1.
VAROITUS
Suojakoteloa si saa avata. Laite sisältää
laserdiodin, joka lähettää näkymätöntä
silmille vaarallista lasersäteilyä.
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1. FEATURES......................................................................................................................... 3
Expanding Systems.
........................................................................................................... 3
2. PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................................................. 4
Front Panel / Generalities.
.................................................................................................. 4
USB Port............................................................................................................................ 5
Remove the DCP............................................................................................................... 6
Attach the DCP.
.................................................................................................................. 6
Storing the DCP in the DCP Case.
..................................................................................... 6
3. CONTROLS........................................................................................................................ 7
Operational Panel.
.............................................................................................................. 7
Names of Buttons............................................................................................................... 7
Remote Control (RCX002)................................................................................................. 8
Notes of remote control using............................................................................................ 8
4. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING............................................................................................... 9
Handling Discs................................................................................................................... 9
5. OPERATIONS.
.................................................................................................................. 10
Basic Operations.............................................................................................................. 10
System Setup................................................................................................................... 11
Audio Setup...................................................................................................................... 11
Radio Operations............................................................................................................. 12
Radio Data System Operations........................................................................................ 13
CD/MP3/WMA Operations............................................................................................... 14
USB Operations............................................................................................................... 16
iPod & iPhone Operations................................................................................................ 17
AUX Operations............................................................................................................... 18
Bluetooth Operations.
....................................................................................................... 19
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING..................................................................................................... 21
7. ERROR DISPLAYS.......................................................................................................... 22
8. SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................ 23
9. 
INSTALLATION / WIRE CONNECTION GUIDE.............................................................. 24
Thank you for purchasing this Clarion product.
• Please fully read this owner’s manual before operating this equipment.
• Check the contents of the enclosed warranty card and store it in a safe place with this manual.
Contents
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1. FEATURES
•	 Built-in Bluetooth®
Handsfree (HFP) and Audio Streaming (A2DP & AVRCP)
•	 Compatible with iPod®
/ iPhone®
via USB
•	 
4V/6ch RCA Output with HPF/LPF and BEAT-EQ with 3 Band Parametric
Equalizer
Expanding Systems
4 Channel Amplifier
Bluetooth®
cellular phone
Expanding audio features
Portable Player
(Connect via AUX IN Jack)
USB Memory
(Connect via CCA-755)
iPod/iPhone
(Connect via CCA-748)
Note:
• 
The items listed outside of the frames are the commercial products generally sold.
• CCA-748 and CCA-755: Sold by separately.
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2. PRECAUTIONS
For your safety, the driver should not operate the controls while driving.
Also, while driving, keep the volume to a level at which external sounds can be heard.
1.	
When the inside of the car is very cold and
the player is used soon after switching
on the heater, moisture may form on the
disc or the optical parts of the player and
proper playback may not be possible.
If moisture forms on the disc, wipe it off
with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on
the optical parts of the player, do not
use the player for about one hour. The
condensation will disappear naturally
allowing normal operation.
2.	
Driving on extremely bumpy roads which
cause severe vibration may cause the
sound to skip.
3.	
This unit uses a precision mechanism.
Even in the event that trouble arises,
never open the case, disassemble the
unit, or lubricate the rotating parts.
4.	
“Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone”
mean that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically to
iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and has
been certified by the developer to meet
Apple performance standards.
	
Apple is not responsible for the operation
of this device or its compliance with safety
and regulatory standards. Please note
that the use of this accessory with iPod or
iPhone may affect wireless performance.
	
iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
WARNING
Front Panel / Generalities
For a longer service life, be sure to read the
following cautions.
•	 Do not allow any liquids on the set from
drinks, umbrellas, etc. Doing so may
damage the internal circuitry.
•	 Do not disassemble or modify the set in
any way. Doing so may result in damage.
•	 Do not let cigarettes burn the display.
Doing so may damage or deform the
body.
•	 If a problem should occur, have the set
inspected at your store of purchase.
•	 The remote control unit may not work if
the remote control sensor is exposed to
direct sunlight.
Cleaning the body
•	 Use a soft, dry cloth and gently wipe off
the dirt.
•	 For tough dirt, apply some neutral
detergent diluted in water to a soft cloth,
wipe off the dirt gently, then wipe again
with a dry cloth.
•	 Do not use benzene, thinner, car cleaner,
etc., as these substances may damage
the body or cause the paint to peel. Also,
leaving rubber or plastic products in
contact with the body for long periods of
time may cause stains.
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USB Port
•	
The USB memory stick may stick out
when inserted,so it may cause danger
during driving.
	
When connect USB memory stick to the
main unit, please use a USB extension
cable (CCA-755).
•	
The USB memory sticks must be
recognized as “USB mass storage class“
to work properly. Some models may not
operate correctly.
	 
When the memorized data is lost or
damaged by any chance, Clarion shall
not be liable for any damage.
	
When using an USB memory stick, we
recommend that you backup your data
stored on it before using a personal
computer etc.
•	
Data files may be broken when using USB
memory sticks in the following situation:
When disconnecting the USB memory
stick or turning the power off during
reading data.
	
When affected static electricity or electric
noise.
	
Connect/disconnect the USB memory stick
when it is not accessed.
•	

Connecting with the computer is not
covered.
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Remove the DCP
The control panel can be detached to prevent
theft. When detaching the control panel, keep
it in the safety place and prevent scratches.
W e r e c o m m e n d t a k i n g t h e D C P
(DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL) with you
when leaving the car.
1.	
Press the [SRC] button (1 sec.) to turn off
the power.
2.	
Deeply push in [OPEN] button to unlock
the DCP.
3.	
Hold the side popped out, remove the
DCP.
Attach the DCP
1.	
Hold the DCP and ensure that the panel
faces towards you. Set the right side of the
DCP into the DCP bracket.
2.	Press the left side of the DCP until it locks.
Hold the DCP, as shown in the figure below,
and put it into the supplied DCP case.
Storing the DCP in the DCP Case
CAUTION
•	
The DCP can easily be damaged by
shocks. After removing it, be carefully not
to drop it or subject it to strong shocks.
•	
Once the [OPEN] button is pressed and
DCP is unlocked, car vibrations can cause
the DCP to fall
•	
The connector for the main unit and
DCP is extremely important. Be careful
not to damage it by pressing on it with
fingernails, screwdrivers, etc.
Note:
If the DCP is dirty, wipe off the dirt with a soft,
dry cloth only.
DCP case
DCP
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[SRC/ ] [D]
[SRC / ] Button
•	 Power / Toggle the audio source
[BAND / ] Button
•	
Select tuner band / Dial / Answer
[MENU / ] Button
•	 MP3/WMA mode – Search function.
•	 BT mode – Terminate call
•	 CD mode – No function.
•	 RADIO mode – PTY select.
•	 AUX mode – No function.
[ ] Button
•	 Press to eject disc.
[ , ] Buttons
•	 Previous / Next track
•	 Search (long press)
[Open] Button
•	 Unlock the front panel.
[PS / AS] Button
•	
Scan play / Preset scan
•	
Auto memory store (long press)
[SOUND] Button
•	 Sound effect setting
[VOLUME] Knob

•	 Adjust volume level / Confirm (press)
[TA] Button

•	 Traffic announcement
[1~6] Buttons

•	 [1] Button:	
Scan play / Preset station 1.

•	 [2] Button:	
Repeat play / Preset station 2.

•	 [3] Button:	
Random play / Preset station 3.
•	 [4] Button:	
Play / Pause / Top play (long
press) / Preset station 4.

•	 [5] Button:	
Previous folder / Preset station 5.
		
10 tracks down (long press)

•	 [6] Button:	
Next folder / Preset station 6.
		 10 tracks up (long press)
[D] Button

•	 Display switch

•	 System setup (long press)
[MIC] Hole

•	 Internal microphone
3. CONTROLS
Operational Panel
Names of Buttons
[					,					] [OPEN]
[PS/AS]
[SOUND]
[VOLUME] [1~6]
[ ]
[BAND/ ]
[MENU/ ]
[TA]
TA
Disc Slot
AUX Jack
USB Connector
[MIC]
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Remote Control (RCX002)
Notes of remote control using
Inserting the Battery
1.	
Slide remote control unit’s rear cover in
the direction shown.
2.	
Insert battery (CR2025) into insertion
guides with printed side (+) up.
3.	
Press battery into compartment as shown.
4.	
Replace and slide cover until it clicks into
place.
1.	
Aim the remote control at the remote sensor
on the unit.
2.	
Remove the battery from the remote control
or insert a battery insulator if the battery has
not been used for a month or longer.
3.	
DO NOT store the remote control under
direct sunlight or in high temperature
environment, or it may not function properly.
4.	
Use “button shaped” lithium battery
“CR2025” (3V) only.
5.	
DO NOT subject battery to recharge,
disassemble, heat or dispose in fire or water.
6.	
Insert the battery in proper direction
according to the (+) and (-) polarities.
7.	
Store the battery in a place where children
cannot reach to avoid the risk of accident.
[SRC] Button
• 
Toggle the audio source
[ , ] Buttons
• 
Preset station up/down
• 
Previous/next track
• 
Search (long press)
[PS/AS/SCN] Button
• 
Scan play / Preset scan
• 
Auto memory store (long press)
[BAND/TOP] Button
• 
Select tuner band
• 
Top play (long press)
[ , ] Buttons
• Volume up / down
[ ] Button
• Play / Pause
[TA] Button
• 
Traffic announcement
[DISP] Button
• Display switch
[PTY/RDM] Button
• Programme type
• Random play
[AF/RPT] Button
• Alternative frequency
• Repeat play
[MUTE] Button
• Mute the volume
Insertion guide
[				,				]
[ ]
[DISP]
[						,						]
[MUTE]
[SRC]
[BAND/
TOP]
[TA]
[PTY/RDM]
[AF/RPT]
[PS/AS/
SCN]
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Handling Discs
Handling
•	 New discs may have some roughness
around the edges. If such discs are used,
the player may not work or the sound may
skip. Use a ball-point pen or the like to
remove any roughness from the edge of
the disc.
•	 Never stick labels on the surface of the disc
or mark the surface with a pencil or pen.
•	 Never play a disc with any cellophane tape
or other glue on it or with peeling off marks.
If you try to play such a disc, you may not
be able to get it back out of the player or it
may damage the player.
•	 Do not use discs that have large scratches,
are misshapen, cracked, etc.
	 Use of such discs may cause misoperation
or damage.
•	 To remove a disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case and
lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the
edges.
•	 Do not use commercially available disc
protection sheets or discs equipped with
stabilizers, etc. These may damage the
disc or cause breakdown of the internal
mechanism.
Storage
•	 Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or
any heat source.
•	 Do not expose discs to excess humidity or
dust.
•	 Do not expose discs to direct heat from
heaters.
Cleaning
•	 To remove fingermarks and dust, use a soft
cloth and wipe in a straight line from the
center of the disc to the circumference.
•	 Do not use any solvents, such as
commercially available cleaners, anti-static
spray, or thinner to clean discs.
•	 After using special disc cleaner, let the disc
dry off well before playing it.
On Discs
•	 Never turn off the power and remove the 	
	unit from the car with a disc loaded.
CAUTION
For your safety, the driver should not insert
or eject a disc while driving.
Ball-point pen
Roughness
4. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING
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5. OPERATIONS
Basic Operations
Note:
•	
Refer to the diagrams in “3. CONTROLS”
when reading this chapter.
CAUTION
When the unit is turned on, starting and
stopping the engine with its volume
raised to the maximum level may harm
your hearings.
Be careful about adjusting the volume.
Power on / off
Notes:
•	 Start the engine before using this unit.
•	 Be careful about using this unit for a long
time without running the engine. If you
drain the car’s battery too far, you may not
be able to start the engine and this can
reduce the service life of the battery.
1.	Start the engine. The power button / knob
illumination on the unit will light up.
Engine ON
position
2.	Press the [SRC / ] button on the front
panel to turn on the power under standby
mode. The unit goes back to the last
status after power on.
3.	Press and hold the [SRC / ] button on
the front panel to turn off the power.
CT (Clock Time) display
•	 The displayed clock data is based on the
CT (clock time) data in the RDS signal.
Mute
Press the [MUTE] button on the remote
control to mute the volume from the unit.
Note:
Doing the operation above again or adjusting
volume will release muting.
Volume adjustment
Turn the [VOLUME] knob on the front panel
or press the [ ] or [ ] button on the
remote control.
The adjustable range of volume is 0 to 40.
CAUTION
While driving, keep the volume level at
which external sounds can be heard.
Playing source selection
Press [SRC / ] button on the front panel
or [SRC] button on the remote control
repeatedly to choose desired playing source.
Notes:
•	 Playing source selection means selecting
work mode, such as DISC mode, RADIO
mode and AUX mode, etc.
Display system time
Press the [D] button on the front panel
or [DISP] button on the remote control to
switch the display information between RDS
information, system time and playing source.
RESET
Note:
* When the [RESET] button is pressed,
frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc.
stored in memory are cleared.
RESET
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At all mode, press and hold [D] button to
enter system setup. Press [ ] or [ ]
button to select options, rotate the [VOLUME]
knob to adjust.
AF: ON/OFF (RADIO mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose AF ON
or OFF.
REG: ON/OFF (RADIO mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose REG
ON or OFF.
DX/LO (RADIO mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose radio
local or distant at RADIO mode.
•	 LO: Only stations with strong signal can
be received.
•	 DX: Stations with strong and weak signals
can be received.
AUX SENS (AUX mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose AUX
Input sensitivity LOW, MID or HIGH at AUX
mode.
PIN CODE
Rotate and press the [VOLUME] knob to
choose a 4-digit password. Press the knob
more than 1 second to confirm.
SCRN SVR: ON/OFF
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose SCRN
SVR (screen saver) ON or OFF.
SCROLL: ON/OFF
For track information that is longer than the
display panel:
When SCROLL is ON, the LCD will display
System Setup
ID3 TAG information cyclely, e.g: TRACK-
> F O L D E R - > F I L E - > A L B U M - > T I T L E -
>ARTIST->TRACK->...
When SCROLL is OFF, the LCD will display
one of the ID3 TAG information, the default
is TRACK, but user can adjust it to other ID3
TAG information by press [DISP] button.
S-CTRL (IPOD mode) : ON/OFF
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose S-CTRL
(Simple Control) ON or OFF.
*	 Refer to P17.
SW PHASE
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose SUB-
WOOFER phase REVERSE or NORMAL.
DIMMER: ON/OFF
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose
DIMMER ON or OFF.
•	 ON: LCD dimmer is active when small light
of vehicle is turned ON.
•	 OFF: LCD always maximum brightness
regardless of the vehicle small light.
BEEP: ON/OFF
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose button
beep sound ON or OFF.
MIC SEL (BT mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose
Microphone EXTERNAL or INTERNAL.
MIC GAIN (BT mode)
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to choose Mic
gain: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
You can change the gain of MIC when a
telephone partner cannot hear your voice.
Press the [SOUND] button to enter sound
effect setting mode. First press shows current
EQ. Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to changes
BEAT EQ in this order:
OFF -> B-BOOST -> IMPACT -> EXCITE ->
CUSTOM
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to changes
CUSTOM, and press the [VOLUME] knob,
the press [ ] or [ ] button to select
it including: BAS-G -> BAS-F -> BAS-Q
-> MID-G -> MID-F -> MID-Q -> TRE-G ->
TRE-F, rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select a
Audio Setup
value.
BAS-G / MID-G / TRE-G: (-7)- (+7)
BAS-F: 50/100/200
BAS-Q: 0.7/1/1.4/2
MID-F: 500/1K/2K
MID-Q: 0.7/1/1.4/2
TRE-F: 5k/10k/15k
TRE-Q 0.7/1.0/1.4/2.0
Press the [SOUND] button, then press [ ]
or [ ] button to select USER preset
including:
BALANCE -> FADER -> M-B EX -> LPF(low
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Select tuner as playing source
Press [SRC / ] button on the front panel or
[SRC] button on the remote control once or
more to enter RADIO mode.
Select one radio band
Press the [BAND/ ] button on the panel
or [BAND/TOP] button on the remote control
to select one radio band among FM1, FM2,
FM3, MW and LW.
Manual tuning
During manual tuning, the frequency will be
changed in steps.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to tune in a
higher / lower station.
Auto tuning
Press and hold the [ ] or [ ] button to
seek a higher / lower station.
To stop searching, repeat the operation
above or press other buttons having radio
functions.
Note:
When a station is received, searching stops
and the station is played.
Preset scan
Preset scan receives the stations stored
in preset memory in order. This function is
useful when searching for a desired station
in memory.
1.	Press the [PS/AS] button.
2.	When a desired station is tuned in, press
the [PS/AS] button again to continue
receiving that station.
Note:
Be careful not to press and hold the [PS/AS]
button for 1 second or longer, otherwise the
auto store function is engaged and the unit
starts storing stations.
Radio Operations
Auto store
Only stations with sufficient signal strength
will be detected and stored in the memory.
Press and hold the [PS/AS] button (1 sec.) to
start automatic station search.
To stop auto store, press other buttons
having radio functions.
Notes:
1. After auto store, the previous stored
stations will be overwritten.
2. The unit has 5 bands, such as FM1, FM2,
FM3, MW, LW. FM3, MW and LW can
store by AS function. Each bands can
store 6 stations, CZ501E/CZ501ER/
CZ501EG can store 30 stations in total.
Manual store
When one expected radio station has been
detected, press and hold number button 1~6
to store it in the memory.
Recall the stored stations
Press one numeric button among 1 to 6 on
the panel to select the corresponding stored
station.
Local seeking
When LOCAL seeking is on, only those radio
stations with strong radio signal could be
received.
To open or close LOCAL function, press
and hold the [D] button on the front panel,
then press [ ] button repeatedly until
LO or DX displays on the screen, rotate the
[VOLUME] knob to select Local or Distant
mode.
Note:
The number of radio stations that can be
received will decrease after the local seeking
mode is on.
Audio Setup
pass filter) -> S-W VOL (Subwoofer Volume),
rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select a value.
BALANCE:LEFT 1-7->CENTER->RIGHT 1-7
FADER:FRONT 1-7->CENTER->REAR 1-7
M-BEX: ON/OFF
LPF: 60/90/120
HPF:60/90/120
SUBW VOL: (-6)-(+6)
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Radio Data System
This unit has a built-in “Radio Data System”
decoder system that supports broadcast
stations transmitting “Radio Data System”
data.
When using the “Radio Data System”
function, always set the radio to FM mode.
AF function
The AF function switches to a different
frequency on the same network in order to
maintain optimum reception.
* The factory default setting is ON.
1.	
Set to system setup by long pressing [D]
button.
2.	
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
“AF”.
3.	
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select ON
or OFF.
	 • AF ON:
	
“AF” indicator appears in the display and
AF function turns on.
	 • AF OFF:
	
“AF” indicator disappears in the display
and AF function turns off.
REG (Regional programme)
function
When the REG function is ON, the optimum
regional station can be received. When this
function is OFF, if the regional station area
switches as you drive, a regional station for
that region is received.
* The factory default setting is ON.
Notes:
•	
This function is disabled when a national
station such as BBC R2 is being received.
•	
The REG function ON/OFF setting is valid
when the AF function is ON.
1.	
Set to system setup by long pressing [D]
button.
2.	
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
“REG”.
3.	
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select ON
or OFF.
Manually tuning a regional station
in the same network
1.	
This function is valid when the AF function
is ON and the REG function is OFF.
Radio Data System Operations
Note:
This function can be used when a regional
broadcast of the same network is received.
TA (Traffic Announcement)
In the TA standby mode, when a traffic
announcement broadcast starts, the traffic
announcement broadcast is received as top
priority regardless of the function mode so
you can listen to it. Traffic programme (TP)
automatic tuning is also available.
*	
This function can only be used when
“TP” appears in the display. When “TP”
appears, this means that the “Radio Data
System” broadcast station being received
has traffic announcement programmes.
Setting the TA standby mode
If you press the [TA] button, “TA” lights in
the display and the unit is set into the TA
standby mode until a traffic announcement
is broadcast. When a traffic announcement
broadcast starts, “TRAF INF” appears in the
display. If you press the [TA] button while
a traffic announcement broadcast is being
received, the traffic announcement broadcast
reception is cancelled and the unit goes into
the TA standby mode.
Cancelling the TA standby mode
As “TA” appears in the display, press the [TA]
button. The “TA” in the display goes off and
the TA standby mode is cancelled.
PTY (Programme Type)
This function enables you to listen to a
broadcast of the selected programme type
even if the unit is on a function mode other
than radio.
*	
Some countries do not yet have PTY
broadcast.
*	
In the TA standby mode, a TP station has
priority over a PTY broadcast station.
Selecting PTY
Press [MENU] button, then rotate the
[VOLUME] knob to select PTY type,
press the [VOLUME] knob, the unit begin
searching.
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Folder structure
A disc with a folder having more than 8
hierarchical levels will be impossible.
Number of files or folders
1.	
Up to 999 files can be recognized per
folder.
	 Up to 3000 files can be played.
2.	
Tracks are played in the order that they
were recorded onto a disc. (Tracks
may not always be played in the order
displayed on the PC.)
3.	
Some noise may occur depending on
the type of encoder software used while
recording.
Eject function
Just pressing the [ ] button, ejects the disc
even if the power to the unit was not turned
on.
Notes:
•	
If you force a CD into before auto
reloading, this can damage the CD.
•	
If a CD (12 cm) is left ejected for 15
seconds, the CD is automatically reloaded
(Auto reload).
Listening to a disc already loaded
in the unit
Press the [SRC / ] button to select the CD/
MP3/WMA mode.
When the unit enters the CD/MP3/WMA
mode, play starts automatically.
Loading a CD

Insert a CD into the center of the CD
SLOT with label facing up. The CD plays
automatically after loading.
Notes:
•	
Never insert foreign objects into the CD
SLOT.
•	
If the CD is not inserted easily, there may
be another CD in the mechanism or the
unit may require service.
•	
Discs without the or TEXT
mark and
CD-ROMs cannot be played by this unit.
•	
Some CD-R/CD-RW discs may not be
usable.
This unit can play back MP3/WMA
files
Notes:

If you play a WMA file with active DRM (Digital
Rights Management), no audio is output.
To disable DRM
(Digital Rights Management)

When using Windows Media Player 9/10/11,
click on Tool -> Options -> Copy music tab,
then under Copy settings, unclick the Check
box for Copy protect music. Then, reconstruct
files.
Personally constructed WMA files are used
at your own responsibility.
Precautions when creating MP3/
WMA file
Usable sampling rates and bit rates
1.	
MP3: Sampling rate 8 kHz-48 kHz, Bit rate
8 kbps-320 kbps / VBR
2.	WMA: Bit rate 8 kbps-320 kbps
File extensions
1.	
Always add a file extension “.MP3”,
“.WMA” to MP3, WMA file by using single
byte letters. If you add a file extension
other than specified or forget to add the
file extension, the file cannot be played.
2.	
Files without MP3/WMA data will not play.
The files will be played soundlessly if you
attempt to play files without MP3/WMA
data.
	 * 
When VBR files are played, the play time
display may differ the play location.
	 * 
When MP3/WMA files are played, a little
no sound part is caused between tunes.
Logical format (File system)
1.	
When writing MP3/WMA file on a CD-R
disc or CD-RW disc, please select
“ISO9660 level 1, 2 or Joliet or Romeo” or
Apple ISO as the writing software format.
Normal play may not be possible if the
disc is recorded on another format.
2.	
The folder name and file name can be
displayed as the title during MP3/WMA
play but the title must be within 32 single
byte alphabetical letters and numerals
(including an extension).
3.	
Do not affix a name to a file inside a folder
having the same name.
CD/MP3/WMA Operations
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CD/MP3/WMA Operations
Pausing play
1.	
Press the [ 4 ] button on the front panel or
the [ ] button on the remote control to to
pause play.
	 “PAUSE” appears in the display.
2.	
press the above button again to resume CD
play.
Displaying CD titles
This unit can display title data for MP3/WMA
disc.
When SCROLL is OFF, each time you press
the [ D ] button to change the title display.
MP3/WMA disc
FILE --> FOLDER --> TITLE --> ARTIST -->
ALBUM -->FILE -->
Notes:
•	
If MP3/WMA disc is not input TAG, “NO
TITLE” appears in the display.
•	
Only ASCII characters can be displayed in
Tags.
Selecting a track
Track-up
1.	
Press the [ ] button to move to the
beginning of the next track.
2.	
Each time you press the [ ] button, the
track advances to the beginning of the
next track.
3.	
For MP3/WMA disc, press and hold the
[6] button (1 sec.) to move ahead to +10
tracks.
Track-down
1.	
Press the [ ] button to move back to
the beginning of the current track.
2.	
Press the [ ] button twice to move back
to the beginning of the previous track.
3.	
For MP3/WMA disc, press and hold the [5]
button (1 sec.) to move back to -10 tracks.
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse
Fast-forward
Press and hold the [ ] button .
Fast-reverse
Press and hold the [ ] button .
*	
For MP3/WMA discs, it takes some time
until the start of searching and between
tracks. In addition, some error may occur
in the play time.
Folder Select
This function allows you to select a folder
containing MP3/WMA files and start playing
from the first track in the folder.
1.	Press the [ 5 ] or [ 6 ] button.
	
Press the [ 6 ] button to move the next
folder. Press the [ 5 ] button to move the
previous folder.
2.	
To select a track, press the [ ] or [ ]
button.
Search Function
1.	
Press the [MENU] button to enter fold
sch mode. Press the [VOLUME] button
to enter the folder list search mode.
2.	Turn the [VOLUME] knob to select a folder.
3.	
Press the [VOLUME] button to enter the
file list search mode. And then the track
list 	appears in the display.
4.	Turn the [VOLUME] knob to select a track.
5.	Press the [VOLUME] knob to play.
* 	
When play back MP3 / WMA file, this
function is performed in the current folder.
Top function
The top function resets the CD player to the
first track of the disc. Press and hold the [ 4 ]
button on the front panel or the [BAND/TOP]
button on the remote control (1 sec.) to play
the first track (track No. 1) on the disc.
*	
In case of MP3/WMA, the first track of the
current folder will be played.
Other various play functions
Scan play
This function allows you to locate and play
the first 10 seconds of all the tracks recorded
on a disc.
Press the [ 1 ] button on the front panel or the
[PS/AS/SCN] button on the remote control to
to perform scan play.
Repeat play
This function allows you to play the current
track repeatedly or play a track currently
being played in the MP3/WMA folder
repeatedly.
CD:
1.	
Press the [ 2 ] button on the front panel
or [AF/RPT] button on the remote control
once or more until “RPT ON” appears on
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the LCD to perform repeat play.
2.	
Press the above button again until “RPT
OFF” appears on the LCD to cancel repeat
playback.
MP3/WMA:
1.	
Press the [ 2 ] button on the front panel
or [AF/RPT] button on the remote control
once or more until “TRK RPT” appears
on the display to perform repeat play, and
“RPT” segment lights on.
2.	
For MP3/WMA files, press [ 2 ] button on
the front panel or [AF/RPT] button on the
remote control repeatedly until “FOLD
RPT” appears on the display for folder
repeat play.
CD/MP3/WMA Operations
1.	
Open the cover of the USB connector to the
right. Insert a USB cable (CCA-755) into
the USB connector. Insert a USB device 	
into the USB cable.
	
When connecting a USB device, the unit
will read the files automatically.
2.	
To remove the USB device, you should first
select another source or turn off the power,
in order to avoid damaging the USB device.
Then take off the USB device. Close the
cover to the left.
3.	Operation is same as MP3/WMA operation.
USB Operations
3.	
Press the above button again until “RPT
OFF” appears on the display to cancel
repeat playback, and “RPT” segment goes
off.
Random play
This function allows you to play all tracks
recorded on a disc in a random order.
Press the [ 3 ] button on the front panel or
[PTY/RDM] button on the remote control to
perform random play.
Press the aforementioned button again to
cancel random playback.
CCA-755
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iPod & iPhone Operations
1.	
Press the [ 2 ] button once or more until
“RPT ON” appears on the LCD to perform
repeat play.
2.	
Press [ 2 ] button repeatedly until “RPT
OFF” appears on the LCD to cancel repeat
playback.
Random play
This function allows you to play all tracks
recorded on a disc in a random order.
1.	
Press [ 3 ] button repeatedly until “ALBUM
RDM” appears on the LCD for album random
play.
2.	
Press the [ 3 ] button once or more until
“SONG RDM” appears on the LCD to
perform random play.
3.	
Press [ 3 ] button repeatedly until “RDM
OFF” appears on the LCD to cancel
random playback.
Setting iPod simple control mode
Use this function if you wish to operate
through your iPod connected to this unit via
the USB cable.
* The factory default setting is “ OFF “.
1.	
Press and hold [ D ] button to enter system
setup.
2.	
Press [ ] or [ ] button to select
	 “ S-CTRL“.
3.	
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select
	 “ ON “ or “ OFF “ .
	 •	
ON: Operations are made through your
iPod.
	 •	
OFF: Operations cannot be made
through your iPod.
Notes:
•	
When performing iPod operations using
simple control mode, make the operations
slowly. If repetitive operations are
performed too quickly, unforeseen errors
may occur.
•	
When performing iPod operations using
simple control mode, please do not
operate the iPod and the unit at the same
time, otherwise there may be unexpected
event happened.
•	
Some iPod models do not support this
function. Consult your nearest Clarion
dealer or website to confirm which models
do not support this function.
Connect an iPod or iPhone to the USB
connector via CCA-748 cable.
When connecting a device, the unit will read
the files automatically. The track information
display on the screen once playback start.
to monitor
CCA-748
MENU
In the S-CTRL OFF mode, press [MENU]
button, rotate the [VOLUME] knob select
“MUSIC” or “VIDEO”.
Select “MUSIC”, press the [VOLUME]
knob, then rotate the [VOLUME] knob to
show PLAY LISTS / ARTISTS / ALBUMS /
GENRES / SONGS / COMPOSERS, press
and rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select a
desired option, then press the [VOLUME]
knob to confirm.
Select “VIDEO”, press the [VOLUME] knob,
then rotate the [VOLUME] knob to show
MOVIES / MUSIC / VIDEOS / TV SGIWS
/ VIDEO PODCASTS / RENTALS, press
and rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select a
desired option, then press the [VOLUME]
knob to confirm.
NOTE:
•	
In case of VIDEO Playback, CCA-748
cable and monitor (sold separately) are
required.
•	
VIDEO MENU item is different by the
model of connected iPod and language
setting.
Repeat play
This function allows you to play the current
track repeatedly or play all tracks in your
iPod/iPhone repeatedly.
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Press [SRC / ] button on the panel or [SRC]
button on the remote control to select “AUX”.
AUX is just for audio content with 3.5mm
Jack connector plugged into audio-in socket
on the front panel.
AUX Input sensitivity setting
1.	Press and hold the [D] button (1 sec.).
2.	
Turn the [VOLUME] knob to select “AUX
SENS”.
3.	
If the output level of connected external
audio player is “HIGH”, rotate [VOLUME]
knob and choose “LOW”. And if the output
level is “LOW”, choose “HIGH”.
AUX Operations
iPod & iPhone Operations
iPod menu alphabet search
This function searches the subfolders for
desired alphabetical letters.
1.	
Press the [MENU] button to select the iPod
menu mode.
2.	
Press the [VOLUME] knob to switch
between categories.
	
MUSIC: PLAYLIST, ARTISTS, ALBUMS,
GENRES, SONGS, COMPOSERS
	
VIDEO: MOVIES, MUSIC VIDEOS, TV
SHOWS VIDEO
	 PODCASTS, RENTALS
3.	
Press the [VOLUME] knob. (The contents
of the category are displayed.)
4.	
Press and hold the [ D ] button (1 sec.).
5.	
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select the
desired letter to search.
6.	
Press the [ D ] button again to next perform
search.
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Bluetooth Operations
The Bluetooth allows you to utilize your car’s
built-in audio system for wireless mobile
phone or music handsfree communication.
Some Bluetooth mobile phones have the
audio features, and some portable audio
players support Bluetooth feature. This
system can play audio data stored in a
Bluetooth audio device. The car stereo with
Bluetooth will be able to retrieve phonebook
contacts, received call, dialled call, missed
call, incoming calls, outgoing call and listen
to music.
Note:
•	
Do not leave the microphone of Bluetooth
handsfree in the places with wind passing
such as air outlet of the air conditioner,
etc. This may cause a malfunction.
•	
If leave it in the places subjected to
direct sun, high temperature can cause
distortion, discoloration which may result
in a malfunction.
•	
This system will not operate or may
operate improperly with some Bluetooth
audio players.
•	
Clarion cannot guarantee the compatibility
of all mobile phones together with the unit.
•	
Audio playback will be set to the same
volume level as set during telephone call.
This might cause problems, if extreme
volume level is set during telephone call.
Handsfree Operations
Pairing
1.	
Turn on Bluetooth function of your mobile
phone.
2.	
Enter mobile phone’s Bluetooth setup
menu.
3.	Search for new Bluetooth devices.
4.	
Select CZ501 from the pairing list on the
mobile phone.
5.	Enter “0000” as the password.
6. After pairing successfully, the unit will
enter Bluetooth mode automatically, and
“BLUETOOTH CONNECTED” will appear
on the LCD.
Making a call
Operation from Bluetooth menu
Press the [SRC / ] button to switch the
source to “BLUETOOTH”. Press [MENU / ]
button to select a way to make outgoing call:
• Dial Number
1.	Press the [MENU / ] button.
2.	
Rotate the [VOLUME] knob on the front
panel to select "DIAL NUMBER".
3.	Press the knob to enter the selected Dial
Number.
4.	Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to select a
number, press the knob to confirm and
ready to input the next digit. Repeat the
above until all numbers inputted.
5.	Press the [BAND / ] to dial.
6.	Press [MENU / ] to terminate call.
• Dialled/Missed/ Received Call History
You can search any Dialled/Missed/Received
Call History.
1.	
Rotate the knob to select “DIALLED”,
“MISSED” or “RECEIVED”.
2.	
Press the knob to enter the selected call
history.
3.	
Rotate the knob or press the [ ] or [ ]
button on the remote control to scroll the
contacts.
4.	
When the contact name or mobile phone
No. is displayed, press the [BAND / ]
button to call the mobile phone No. of that
contact.
	 *	
Press the [MENU / ] button to end the
call.
• Call from Phonebook
User can search the contact name in the
phonebook and make call.
1.	
Rotate the knob to select “SIM PHONE
BOOK” or “MEMORY PHONE BOOK“.
2.	
Press the [VOLUME] knob to enter the
selected phonebook.
3.	
Use the [ ] or [ ] button on the remote
control or rotate the [VOLUME] knob to
scroll the contacts.
4.	
When the contact name is displayed, press
the [BAND / ] button to call the mobile
phone No. of that contact.
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Bluetooth Operations
	 * 
Press the [MENU / ] button to end the
call.
Note:
Some cellular phones may not be able to
transfer the Phone Book data.
• Answering a call
You can answer an incoming call by pressing
the [BAND / ] button.
* 
Press the [MENU / ] button to reject an
incoming call.
Audio Streaming Operations
What is audio streaming?
Audio streaming is a technique for transferring
audio data such that it can be processed as
a steady and continuous stream. Users can
stream music from their external audio player
to their car stereo wirelessly and listen to the
tracks through the car’s speakers. Please
consult your nearest Clarion dealer for more
information on the product of wireless audio
streaming transmitter offered.
CAUTION
Please avoid operating your connected
mobile phone while audio streaming as
this may cause noise or sound choppy on
the song playback.
Audio streaming may or may not resume
after telephone interrupt as this is
dependent on mobile phone.
System will always return to Radio mode
if audio streaming is disconnected.
Note:
Be sure to read the chapter “Pairing before
proceeding.
Play / Pause a track
1.	
Push the [ 4 ] button to pause audio
playback.
2.	
To resume audio playback, push the [ 4 ]
knob again.
Selecting a track
Track-up
1.	
Press the [ ] button to move to the
beginning of the next track.
2.	
Each time the [ ] button is pressed,
playback proceeds to another track in the
advancing direction.
Track-down
1.	
Press the [ ] button to move the to
beginning of the previous track.
2.	
Each time the [ ] button is pressed,
playback proceeds to previous track in the
reverse direction.
Note:
Playing order will depend on Bluetooth audio
player. When [ ] button is pressed, some
A2DP devices will restart the current track
depends on the duration of playback.
During music streaming playback, “A2DP”
will be shown on the display. Information
about tracks (e.g. the elapsed playtime, song
title, etc.) cannot be displayed on this unit.
When A2DP device is disconnected, “BT
DISCONNECT” will be shown on the display
and return to previously selected audio
source. Some Bluetooth audio players may
not have play / pause synchronized with this
unit. Please make sure both device and main
unit are in the same play / pause status in BT
MUSIC mode.
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6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
DISC Player
Problem Cause Measure
Disc cannot be
loaded.
Another disc is already loaded. Eject the disc before loading the new one.
There is an object installed inside
the unit.
Remove the object inside the unit.
Sound skips or is
noisy.
Compact disc is dirty. Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth.
Compact disc is heavily scratched
or warped.
Replace with a compact disc with no
scratches.
Sound is bad when
power is first turned
on.
Condensation may form on the
internal lens when the car is parked
in a humid place.
Let dry for about 1 hour with power on.
GENERAL
Problem Cause Measure
Unit can not
power on.
Unit fuse blown. Replace with new fuse of correct rating.
Car battery fuse blown. Replace with new fuse of correct rating.
Unit can not
power on.
Nothing happens
when buttons are
pressed.
Display is not
accurate.
The microprocessor has
malfunctioned due to noise, etc.
Turn off the power and remove the DCP.
Press the [RESET] button with a thin rod.
Note:
When the [RESET] button is pressed, turn off
the ACC power.*
* When the [RESET] button is pressed,
frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored
in memory are cleared.
Remote control
does not work.
Battery depleted. Change the battery.
Battery installed incorrectly. Install the battery correctly.
No/low audio
output.
Improper audio output connection. Check wiring and correct.
Volume set too low. Increase volume level.
Speakers damaged. Replace speakers.
Heavily biased volume balance. Adjust the channel balance to center position.
Speaker wiring is in contact with
metal part of car.
Insulate all speaker wiring connections.
Poor sound quality
or distortion.
Non-standard disc used. Use a standard disc.
Speaker power rating does not
match unit.
Replace speakers.
Wrong connections. Check wiring and correct.
Speaker is shorted. Check wiring and correct.
Unit resets itself
when engine is off.
Incorrect connection between
ACC and Battery.
Check wiring and correct.
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7. ERROR DISPLAYS
Display Cause Measure
ERROR 3
Disc is inserted incorrectly. Eject the disc then reload it properly.
The disc format is not supported. Try another disc.
ERROR 5 This is a failure of deck’s mechanism. Consult your store of purchase.
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.
Take the measures described below to solve the problem.
If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the [Reset] button. If
the problem persists, turn off the power and consult your store of purchase.
*	
When the [Reset] button is pressed, frequencies of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in
memory are cleared.
USB Devices
Problem Cause Measure
USB device cannot
be inserted.
The USB device has been
inserted with wrong direction.
Reversing the connection direction of the USB
device, try it again.
The USB connector is broken. Replace with a new USB device.
USB device is not
recognized.
The USB device is damaged. Disconnect the USB device and reconnect. If
the device is still not recognized, try replacing
with a different USB device.
Connectors are loose.
No sound heard
with the display “No
File” shown.
No MP3/WMA file is stored in
the USB device.
Store these files properly in the USB device.
Sound skips or is
noisy.
MP3/WMA files are not encoded
properly.
Use MP3/WMA files encoded properly.
Bluetooth
Problem Cause Measure
Cannot pair the
Bluetooth enabled
device with the car
audio system.
The device does not support the
profiles required for the system.
Use another device to connect.
The Bluetooth function of the
device is not enabled.
Refer to the user manual of the device for how
to enable the function.
The audio quality
is poor after
connection with a
Bluetooth-enabled
device.
The microphone is not correctly
positioned.
Adjust the position of the microphone.
For example, stick the microphone onto the
dashboard where close to the driver.
The Bluetooth reception is poor.
Move the device closer to the car audio system
or remove any obstacle between the device
and the system.
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FM Tuner
Frequency range: 87.5-108.0MHz
Usable sensitivity: 8dBμ
Frequency response: 30Hz-15kHz
Stereo separation: 30dB(1kHz)
Signal/noise ratio: >55dB
MW Tuner
Frequency range: 531-1602kHz
Usable sensitivity (S/N=20dB): 30dBμ
LW Tuner
Frequency range: 153-279kHz
Usable sensitivity (S/N=20dB): 30dBμ
CD Player
System: Disc digital audio system
Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
Signal/noise ratio: >80dB
Total harmonic distortion: Less than 0.1% (1kHz)
Channel separation: >60dB
MP3/WMA mode
MP3 sampling rate: 8 kHz to 48 kHz
MP3 bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps / VBR
WMA bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps
Logical format: ISO9660 level 1,2

Joliet or Romeo file system
USB
Specification: USB 1.0/2.0
Playable audio format:
		 MP3(.mp3): MPEG 1/2/Audio Layer-3
		 WMA(.wma): Ver 7/8/9.1/9.2
Bluetooth
Specification: Bluetooth Ver. 2.0+EDR
Profile: HFP (Hands-free Profile)
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (AV Remote Control Profile)
PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
Send/Receive Sensitivity: Class 2
8. SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Amplifier
Maximum power output:
		 200W (50W x 4)
Speaker impedance: 4 (4 to 8 allowable)
Input
Audio input sensitivity:
		 High: 320mV (at 1V output)
		 Mid: 650mV (at 1V output)
		 Low: 1.3V (at 1V output)
		 (input impedance 10 k or greater)
Aux-in level: ≤2V
General
Power supply voltage:
	 14.4VDC (10.8 to 15.6V allowable),
	 negative ground
Pre-Amp output voltage:
		
4.0V (CD play mode: 1kHz, 0dB, 10k load,
volume max.)
Fuse: 15A
Dimensions of the Main Unit:
		
188mm Width × 58mm Height × 190mm Depth
Weight of the Main Unit: 1.30kg
Dimensions of the remote control unit (W × H × D):
		 43mm Width × 11mm Height × 113mm Depth
Weight of the remote control unit:
	 36g (including battery)
Notes:
•	
Specifications and design are subject
to change without notice for further
improvement.
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9. 
INSTALLATION / WIRE
CONNECTION GUIDE
1) Before Starting
1.	This set is exclusively for use in cars with a
	 negative ground 12 V power supply.
2.	Read these instructions carefully.
3.	Be sure to disconnect the battery “terminal”
	 before starting. This is to prevent short circuits
	 during installation. (Figure 1)
2) Package Contents
3) General Cautions
1.	Do not open the case. There are no 	
	 user serviceable parts inside. If you 	
	 drop anything into the unit during
	 installation, consult your dealer or an 	
	 authorized Clarion service center.
2.	
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the case. 	
Never use a rough cloth, thinner,
benzine, or alcohol etc. For tough dirt, 	
apply a little cold or warm water to a
soft cloth and wipe off the dirt gently.
CONTENTS
1) Before Starting....................................................................... 24
2) Package Contents.................................................................. 24
3) General Cautions................................................................... 24
4) Cautions on Installation.......................................................... 25
5) Installing the Source Unit....................................................... 25
6) Removing the Source Unit..................................................... 27
7) Wiring and Connections......................................................... 28
8) Connecting the Accessories.
.................................................. 29
Source unit........................................... 1
Front panel........................................... 1
Trim ring............................................... 1
Mounting bracket.................................. 1
Special screw(M4x42).......................... 1
Rubber cap........................................... 1
Screws M5x6 mm................................. 4
L-key.
.................................................... 2
Wire connector..................................... 1
Remote control unit (with battery)........ 1
DCP case............................................. 1
Owner’s manual................................... 1
Warranty card....................................... 1
Special screw (Front panel lock).......... 1
Car battery
Figure 1
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English
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4) Cautions on Installation
1.	
Prepare all articles necessary for
installing the source unit before
starting.
2.	Install the unit within 30° of the
	 horizontal plane. (Figure 2)
3.	
If you have to do any work on the car	
body, such as drilling holes, consult
your car dealer beforehand.
4.	
Use the enclosed screws for
installation.
	
Using other screws can cause
damage.
	 (Figure 3)
5) Installing the Source Unit
1.	
Place the mounting bracket into the instrument panel, use a screwdriver to bend
each stopper of the mounting bracket inward, then secure the stopper.
2.	Wire as shown in Section 7) .
3.	Insert the source unit into the mounting bracket until it locks.
4.	
Take care of the top and bottom of the trim ring and mount it so that all the hooks
are locked.
Notes:
1.	Some car models require special mounting kits for proper installation.
	 Consult your Clarion dealer for details.
2.	Fasten the front stopper securely to prevent the source unit from coming loose.
•  Console opening dimensions
(182 mm)
53
mm
Max 30˚
Chassis Chassis
Damage
Max. 6 mm (M5 screw)
Figure 2 Figure 3
Hole
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English
Notes of installation
1.	Before installation, please make sure
proper connections are conducted and
the unit operates normally. Improper
connection may result in damage to the
unit.
2.	Use only accessories designed and
manufactured for this unit and other
unauthorized accessories may result in
damage to the unit.
3.	Before installation, please fasten all power
cables.
4.	DO NOT install the unit in the place where
close to hot area to prevent damage to
electrical components such as the laser
head.
5.	Install the unit horizontally. Installing the
unit more than 30 degree vertically may
result in worse performance.
6.	To prevent electric spark, connect the
positive pole first and then the negative
pole.
7.	DO NOT block the cooling fan exit to
ensure sufficient heating dissipation of this
unit, or it may result in damage to this unit.
Unit installation
Method A
1.	Insert mounting bracket into dash board,
choose appropriate mounting tab according
to the gap width, bending the mounting
tab outwards with a screwdriver to fix the
mounting bracket in place.
2.	Screw in 1 piece of M4×42 to the hole of
the unit back and put on a rubber cap over
the screw. (see picture below)
3.	Slide the unit into the bracket until you hear
a click sound.
Dashboard
Mounting Bracket
Screwdriver
Rubber cap
Special Screw (M4x42)
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Disassemble trim ring
1. Push the trim ring to right and pull out the
right part.
2. Push the trim ring to left and pull out the
left part.
Disassemble the unit
1. Switch off the power.
2.	Remove the panel.
3.	Remove the trim ring.
4. 
Insert the removal keys straight back until
they lock, then pull the unit out.
5.	Disconnect all the wires.
Method B 6) Removing the Source Unit
Mounting Frame
Dashboard
M5x6
1. Insert this unit directly to the opening of
the dashboard.
2. Place M5×6 cylindrical screw through the
holes of the mounting frame located inside
the opening to holes of the unit and fasten
the screws to left & right.
Trim ring installation
Attach the trim ring around the front panel.
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English
7) Wiring and Connections
Rear audio
output terminal
Front audio
output terminal
Purple
Purple
4 Channel Amplifier
Black
Black
Gray
White
White
Left
Left
Right
Right
Red
Red
Black
Steering wheel
control terminal
External Microphone
(RCB-199: Sold by separately)
Subwoofer output 1
Subwoofer output 2
SUB
OUT
2
SUB
OUT
1
SWC
MIC
Refer to next page
Antenna
Fuse 15A
(Black)
A
B
C
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
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English
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•	Connecting to the external amplifier
	 External amplifiers can be connected to the 4 channel RCA output connections. 	
	
Ensure that the connectors are not grounded or shorted to prevent damage to the
unit.
8) Connecting the Accessories
For VW and Audi: Change wiring like above.
A
B
C
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
Rear right -
Front right -
Front left +
Rear left +
Remote on
ACC +
Ground
Rear right +
Front right +
Front left -
Rear left -
Illumination
Phone Mute
Battery +
Rear right (+) / Purple
Rear right (-) / Purple with black stripe
Front right (+) / Gray
Battery 12V(+) / Yellow Front right (-) / Gray with black stripe
Remote On / Blue with white stripe Front left (+) / White
Illumination / Orange with white stripe Front left (-) / White with black stripe
ACC+ / Red Rear left (+) / Green
Ground / Black Rear left (-) / Green with black stripe
Yellow
Yellow
Red Red
Function
Connector A Connector B
Location
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Clarion Europe S.A.S.
Z.I. du Pré à Varois, Route de Pompey, 54670 Custines, FRANCE (Γαλλία)
Clarion Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2010: Clarion Co., Ltd.
Printed in China / Imprimé en Chine / Gedruckt in China
Stampato in Cina / Gedrukt in China / Impreso en China
Tryckt i Kina / Wydrukowano w Chinach / Εκτυπώθηκε στην Κίνα
English:
Declaration of conformity
We Clarion declares that this model CZ501E/
CZ501ER/CZ501EG is following the provision of
Directive 1999/5/EC with the essential requirements
and the other relevant regulations.
Français:
Déclaration de conformité
Nous, Clarion, déclarons que ce modèle CZ501E/
CZ501ER/CZ501EG est conforme aux exigences
essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes
de la directive 1999/5/CE.
Deutsch:
Konformitätserklärung
Wir, Clarion, erklären, dass dieses Modell
CZ501E/CZ501ER/CZ501EG den Bestimmungen
der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG im Hinblick auf die
grundlegenden Anforderungen und andere
relevante Bestimmungen entspricht.
Italiano:
Dichiarazione di conformità
Clarion dichiara che il presente modello CZ501E/
CZ501ER/CZ501EG è conforme ai requisiti
essenziali e alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabiliti
dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Nederlands:
Conformiteitsverklaring
Clarion verklaart dat het model CZ501E/CZ501ER/
CZ501EG in overeenstemming is met de essentiële
eisen en andere relevante voorschriften van de
bepalingen van Richtlijn 1999/5/EC.
Español:
Declaración de conformidad
Clarion declara que este modelo CZ501E/
CZ501ER/CZ501EG cumple con los requisitos
esenciales y otras disposiciones aplicables
descritos en la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Svenska:
Intyg om överensstämmelse
Härmed intygar Clarion att denna modell CZ501E/
CZ501ER/CZ501EG uppfyller kraven i direktiv
1999/5/EG gällande väsentliga egenskaper och
övriga relevanta bestämmelser.
Polski:
Deklaracja zgodności
Firma Clarion niniejszym oświadcza, że model
CZ501E/CZ501ER/CZ501EG jest zgodny z
istotnymi wymogami oraz innymi odpowiednimi
postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/WE
Ελληνικά:
Δήλωση συμμόρφωσης
Εμείς στην Clarion δηλώνουμε ότι αυτό το μοντέλο
CZ501E/CZ501ER/CZ501EG τηρεί τις διατάξεις
της Οδηγίας 1999/5/ΕΚ σχετικά με τις ουσιώδεις
απαιτήσεις και τους άλλους σχετικούς κανονισμούς.
Ιταλία
Dichiarazione di conformità:
Io mandatario nell’ UE: Clarion Europe S.A.S.
Z.I. du Pré à Varois, Route de Pompey, 54670
Custines, Francia Dichiaro che il prodotto
CZ501E/CZ501ER/CZ501EG è conforme al DM 28-
08-1995
ottemperando alle prescrizioni dei DM
25-06-1985 e DM 27-08-1987.
Ministerial authorization FI DM 27-08-1987 nº of
protocol: 0071311 date 22/10/2010
PN: 127075002856

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