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  • Brand: Panasonic
  • Product: Car Radio
  • Model/name: CQ-C7303N
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  • Available languages: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Hungarian

Table of Contents

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Safety Information
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Warning
Observe the following warnings when using
this unit.
❑The driver should neither watch the display nor
operate the system while driving.
Watching the display or operating the system will distract
the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and can cause
accidents. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and use
the parking brake before watching the display or operating
the system.
❑Use the proper power supply.
This product is designed for operation with a negative
grounded 12 V DC battery system. Never operate this prod-
uct with other battery systems, especially a 24 V DC battery
system.
❑Keep batteries and insulation film out of reach of
infants.
Batteries and insulation film can be ingested, so keep them
out of the reach of infants. If an infant ingests a battery or
insulation film, please seek immediate medical attention.
❑Protect the Deck Mechanism.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the slot of this unit.
❑Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Do not disassemble, modify the unit or attempt to repair the
product yourself. If the product needs to be repaired, consult
your dealer or an authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
❑Do not use the unit when it is out of order.
If the unit is out of order (no power, no sound) or in an
abnormal state (has foreign objects in it, is exposed to
water, is smoking, or smells), turn it off immediately and
consult your dealer.
❑The remote control unit should not lie about in the
car.
If the remote control unit lies about, it could fall on the floor
while driving, get wedged under the brake pedal, and lead to
a traffic accident.
❑Refer fuse replacement to qualified service person-
nel.
When the fuse blows out, eliminate the cause and have it
replaced with the fuse prescribed for this unit by a qualified
service engineer. Incorrect replacement of the fuse may lead
to smoke, fire, and damage to the product.
Observe the following warnings when
installing.
❑Disconnect the lead from the negative (–) battery
terminal before installation.
Wiring and installation with the negative (–) battery terminal
connected may cause electrical shock and injury due to a
short circuit.
Some cars equipped with the electrical safety system have
specific procedures of battery terminal disconnection.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE MAY LEAD TO THE
UNINTENDED ACTIVATION OF THE ELECTRICAL SAFETY
SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
❑Never use safety-related components for installa-
tion, grounding, and other such functions.
Do not use safety-related vehicle components (fuel tank,
brake, suspension, steering wheel, pedals, airbag, etc.) for
wiring or fixing the product or its accessories.
❑Installing the product on the air bag cover or in a
location where it interferes with airbag operation is
prohibited.
❑Check for piping, gasoline tank, electric wiring, and
other items before installing the product.
If you need to open a hole in the vehicle chassis to attach or
wire the product, first check where the wire harness, gaso-
line tank, and electric wiring are located. Then open the hole
from outside if possible.
❑Never install the product in a location where it inter-
feres with your field of vision.
❑Never have the power cord branched to supply other
equipment with power.
❑After installation and wiring, you should check the
normal operation of other electrical equipment.
The continuation of their using in abnormal conditions may
cause fire, electrical shock or a traffic accident.
❑In the case of installation to an airbag-equipping
car, confirm warnings and cautions of the vehicle
manufacturer before installation.
❑Make sure the leads do not interfere with driving or
getting in and out of the vehicle.
❑Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuit-
ing.
This pictograph intends to alert you to the pres-
ence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in severe injury or death.
■ Read the operating instructions for the unit and all other com-
ponents of your car audio system carefully before using the
system. They contain instructions about how to use the sys-
tem in a safe and effective manner. Panasonic assumes no
responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to
observe the instructions given in this manual.
■ This manual uses pictographs to show you how to use the
product safely and to alert you to potential dangers resulting
from improper connections and operations. The meanings of
the pictographs are explained below. It is important that you
fully understand the meanings of the pictographs in order to
use this manual and the system properly.
Warning
This pictograph intends to alert you to the pres-
ence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in injury or material dam-
age.
Caution
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3
English
Safety
Information
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Caution
Observe the following cautions when using this
unit.
❑Keep the sound volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and
traffic conditions while driving.
❑Do not insert or allow your hand or fingers to be
caught in the unit.
To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fingers caught in
moving parts or in the disc slot. Especially watch out for
infants.
❑This unit is designed for use exclusively in automo-
biles.
❑Do not operate the unit for a prolonged period with
the engine turned off.
Operating the audio system for a long period of time with the
engine turned off will drain the battery.
❑Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or exces-
sive heat.
Otherwise these will raise the interior temperature of the
unit, and it may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the
unit.
❑Do not use the product where it is exposed to water,
moisture, or dust.
Exposure of the unit to water, moisture, or dust may lead to
smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit. Make especially
sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on rainy
days.
Observe the following cautions when
installing.
❑Refer wiring and installation to qualified service
personnel.
Installation of this unit requires special skills and experience.
For maximum safety, have it installed by your dealer.
Panasonic is not liable for any problems resulting from your
own installation of the unit.
❑Follow the instructions to install and wire the prod-
uct.
Not following the instructions to properly install and wire the
product could cause an accident or fire.
❑Take care not to damage the leads.
When wiring, take care not to damage the leads. Prevent
them from getting caught in the vehicle chassis, screws, and
moving parts such as seat rails. Do not scratch, pull, bend or
twist the leads. Do not run them near heat sources or place
heavy objects on them. If leads must be run over sharp
metal edges, protect the leads by winding them with vinyl
tape or similar protection.
❑Use the designated parts and tools for installation.
Use the supplied or designated parts and appropriate tools
to install the product. The use of parts other than those sup-
plied or designated may result in internal damage to the unit.
Faulty installation may lead to an accident, a malfunction or
fire.
❑Do not block the air vent or the cooling plate of the
unit.
Blocking these parts will cause the interior of the unit to
overheat and will result in fire or other damage.
❑Do not install the product where it is exposed to
strong vibrations or is unstable.
Avoid slanted or strongly curved surfaces for installation. If
the installation is not stable, the unit may fall down while
driving and this can lead to an accident or injury.
❑Installation Angle
The product should be installed in a horizontal position with
the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than
30˚.
The user should bear in mind that in some areas there may
be restrictions on how and where this unit must be installed.
Consult your dealer for further details.
❑Wear gloves for safety. Make sure that wiring is
completed before installation.
❑To prevent damage to the unit, do not connect the
power connector until the whole wiring is complet-
ed.
❑Do not connect more than one speaker to one set of
speaker leads. (except for connecting to a tweeter)
Observe the following cautions when handling
the battery for the remote control unit.
●Use only specified battery (CR2025).
●Match the polarity of the battery with the (+) and (–) marks
in the battery case.
●Replace dead battery as soon as possible.
●Remove the battery from the remote control unit when not
using it for an extended period of time.
●Insulate the battery (by placing them in a plastic bag or cov-
ering them with vinyl tape) before disposal or storage.
●Dispose of the battery according to the local regulations.
●Do not disassemble, recharge, heat or short the battery. Do
not throw a battery into a fire or water.
In case of battery leakage
●Thoroughly wipe the battery liquid off the battery case and
insert new battery.
●If any part of your body or clothing comes into contact with
battery liquid, wash it with plenty of water.
●If battery liquid comes into contact with your eyes, wash
them with plenty of water and get immediate medical atten-
tion.
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Safety Information (continued)
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
This operating instruction manual is for 2 models CQ-C7703N and CQ-C7303N.
The difference among these models’ are mentioned below.
All screens and main body illustrations in this book represent CQ-C7703N unless otherwise specified.
Panasonic welcomes you to our constantly growing family of electronic products owners.
We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully
selected components, and assembled by people who are proud of the reputation their work has built for our company. We
know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment, and after you discover the quality, value and reliability we have
built into it, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
Before Reading These Instructions
Differences
Among
2
Models
No
Yes
AUX Setting (a page 34)
23 W
40 W
Power Output
50 W
70 W
Max. output
Analog
Digital
Amplifier
CQ-C7303N
CQ-C7703N
Models
Features
The instruction manual consists of 2 books. One is “Operating Instructions” describing the operations of the main
unit. The other is “System Upgrade Guidebook” describing the optional devices such as CD changer.
Laser
Product
Label Indications and Their Locations
CAUTION
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. DO NOT STARE INTO
BEAM.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Deck Ass’y (Upper Side)
VAROITUS – LASER-
SÄTEILYVAARA
AVATTAESSA. VARO
ALTISTUMISTA
SÄTEELLE.
FÖRSIKTIGHET –
LASERSTRÅLNING I
ÖPPNAT LÄGE. UNDVIK
ATT UTSÄTTAS FÖR
STRÅLEN.
ADVARSEL – LASER-
STRÅLING. UNNGÅ
EKSPONERING FOR
STRÅLEN VED ÅPNING.
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CAUTION - LASER RA-
DIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
VORSICHT - LASER-
STRAHLUNG, WENN
GEÖFFNET. VERMEIDEN
SIE EIN AUSSETZEN
GEGENÜBER DEM
LASERSTRAHL.
ATTENTION –
RAYONNEMENT LASER
SI OUVERT, ÉVITER
TOUTE EXPOSITION AU
FAISCEAU.
ADVARSEL – LASER
UDSENDES NÅR DER
ER ÅBNET. UNDGÅ
UDSÆTTELSE FOR
STRÅLER.
Caution
THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PER-
FORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR BY
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PER-
SONNEL.
Do not take apart this unit or attempt to
make any changes yourself.
This unit is a very intricate device that uses a laser
pickup to retrieve information from the surface of
compact discs. The laser is carefully shielded so that
its rays remain inside the cabinet.
Therefore, never try to disassemble the player or alter
any of its parts since you may be exposed to laser
rays and dangerous voltages.
Page: 4
(YEFM294135)
(YEFM294136)
(YEFM294137)
Q'ty: 1 set
(YEFM262697)
Q'ty: 1
5
Before Reading These Instructions
English
Safety
Information,
Before
Reading
These
Instructions
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Accessories
SEL
SEL
SRC
SRC
BAND
BAND MUTE
MUTE
2 3
1
5
8
0
6
4
9
7
#
VOL
VOL
DISP
CAR AUDIO
MENU
SEL
POWER
SOURCE
SRC
SET
BAND MUTE
2 3
1
5
8
0
6
4
9
7
#
VOL
RANDOM
NUMBER
TUNE TUNE
SCAN REPEAT
DISP
Remote Control Unit
(including a battery)
(CR2025)
Mounting Collar Trim Plate
Power Connector
(EUR7641010)
Q'ty: 1
(YEFX0217222)
Q'ty: 1
(YGAJ021010)
Q'ty: 1
Lock Cancel Plate Mounting Bolt
(5 mmø)
ISO Antenna
Adapter
(YEP0FZ5711)
Q'ty: 1 set
Notes:
¡ The number in parenthesis underneath each accessory part name is the part number for maintenance and service.
¡ Accessories and their parts numbers are subject to modification without prior notice due to improvements.
¡ Mounting Collar and Trim Plate are mounted on the main unit at shipment.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
OO-OOOOO
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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OO-OOOOO
Operating
Instructions
System Upgrade
Guidebook
Installation
Instructions
PAN EUROPEAN
GARANTEE
(Warranty Card)
Removable Face
Plate Case
(YEFA134150)
Q'ty: 1
(YEFM285769)
Q'ty: 1 Q'ty: 1
(YEFC051013)
Q'ty: 1
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N
6
Features
Hands-Free Phone System
Connection of the optional Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit (Hands-
Free Kit featuring Bluetooth®
technology: CY-BT100N) allows
users to talk on a handsfree cellular phone if the phone
supports Bluetooth.
Note: This unit is designed only for receiving calls. It
cannot send calls.
Bluetooth®
The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd. is under license.
Other trademarks and trade name are those of their respec-
tive owners.
Expansion Module (hub unit)
Connection of the Expansion Module (hub unit, CY-EM100N)
allows users to connect up to 4 optional devices shown below.
Wide array of components for system upgrade
Various optional components allow users to obtain availability
of wide range of system upgrade. Upgrading the system
delivers relaxed AV space in a car. For further information, refer
to the separate System Upgrade Guidebook.
¡ DVD Changer
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic DVD changer unit (CX-DH801N).
¡ CD Changer
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic CD changer unit (CX-DP880).
¡ iPod®
The optional adapter (Direct Cable for iPod: CA-DC300N)
allows you to connect the optional iPod series.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
Sound Control
SQ (Sound Quality)
You have six preset modes (FLAT, ROCK, POP, VOCAL, JAZZ,
CLUB). You can customize your settings for these and save
them for instant recall.
SQ7
This is 7-band equalizer with 60, 160, 400, 1 k, 3 k, 6 k, and 16
kHz. Each band is adjustable between – 12 dB and 12 dB in
steps of 2 dB.
Customize
Initially stored moving images and still images are editable to
taste. IMAGE STUDIO* allows you to process images from a
digital camera or other devices without difficulty. (a page 35)
* This software is downloadable from Panasonic Web site
(http://panasonic.co.jp/pas/en/software/customize/index.html)
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
WMA MP3 CD Player/Receiver
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and elec-
tronic products should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection
points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may
be able to return your products to your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential neg-
ative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate
waste handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your nearest designated col-
lection point.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legisla-
tion.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (private households)
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N 7
Contents
¡Safety Information 2
¡Before Reading These Instructions 4
¡Features 6
¡Controls Layout 8
¡Preparation (ACC Setting etc.) 10
¡General 12
¡Sound Control 16
¡Radio 18
¡Radio Data System (RDS) in FM Broadcasting 20
¡CD Player 24
¡MP3/WMA Player 26
¡Audio Setting 30
¡Function Setting (Security Function Setting etc.) 31
¡Display Setting 32
¡AUX Setting 34
¡Customize the Display (Customize Function) 35
¡Troubleshooting 37
¡Error Display Messages 41
¡Notes on Discs 42
¡Maintenance 42
¡Specifications 43
Common
Each
Source
As
Needed
English 2
Deutsch 44
Français 86
Nederlands 128
Svenska 170
Italiano 212
Español 254
Dansk 296
Polska 338
âe‰tina 380
Magyar 422
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êÛ
ÛÒ
ÒÒ
ÒÍ
ÍË
ËÈ
È 464
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y / 5 Pause/Play
(a page 24, 26)
BAND (a page 18)
SET (a page 31, 32)
APM Auto Preset Memory
(a page 19)
8
Controls Layout
Note: This instruction manual explains operations for use with the buttons on the main unit. (Different operations excluded)
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
SRC Source (a page 14)
PWR Power (a page 12)
SQ Sound Quality
(a page 17)
MENU (a page 31, 32)
VOLUME (a page 13)
PUSH SEL Select
(a page 30)
SRS WOW (a page 16)
D (DISP) Display (a page 15)
PTY Programme Type (a page 17)
TUNE (a page 18)
TRACK (FILE)
(a page 22, 24)
Release (a page 12)
u (eject) TILT (a page 13)
OPEN (a page 13)
Main
Unit
Disc slot
P·SET Preset (a page 19)
DISC (a System Upgrade
Guidebook)
FOLDER (a page 26)
MUTE (a page 13)
SBC-SW (a page 17)
TA Traffic Announcement
(a page 22)
AF Alternative Frequency
(a page 21)
When
Face
Plate
Opens
Remote control sensor
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N
English
9
Although most of the functions of this unit are executable
with both the main unit and remote control, the following
functions are excluded.
Operations executable only with main unit
¡ Face panel’s opening, closing, tilting, and removal
actions (a page 13)
¡ Disc ejection (a page 13)
¡ SRS WOW on, off, and adjustment (a page 16)
¡ SQ on, off, and adjustment (a page 17)
¡ AF ON/OFF (a page 21)
¡ TA ON/OFF (a page 22)
Operations executable only with remote control
¡Preset station calling with one-touch operation
(a page 19)
¡ Direct access to tracks on CDs (a page 25, 27)
¡ Random and repeat play with one-touch operation
(a page 25, 27)
¡ Scan playback (a page 25, 27)
¡ PI seek (a page 21)
Controls
Layout
Remote
Control
Unit
Operations
executable
only
with
main
unit/
operations
executable
only
with
remote
control
SEL
SEL
SRC
SRC
BAND
BAND MUTE
MUTE
2 3
1
5
8
0
6
4
9
7
#
VOL
VOL
DISP
CAR AUDIO
MENU
SEL
POWER
SOURCE
SRC
SET
BAND MUTE
2 3
1
5
8
0
6
4
9
7
#
VOL
RANDOM
NUMBER
TUNE TUNE
SCAN REPEAT
DISP
POWER
SRC (SOURCE)
MUTE
SBC-SW Super Bass
Control-Subwoofer
BAND
Pause/Play
SET
APM Auto Preset
Memory
SEL Select
MENU
VOL Volume
}:Up
{:Down
DISP Display
0
4
RANDOM
5
SCAN
6
REPEAT
7
9
#
NUMBER
Number Buttons
–
Number
RANDOM
0 to 9
SCAN
REPEAT
9
TUNE
TRACK (FILE)
P·SET (Preset)
DISC (FOLDER)
8
0
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10
Preparation
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
For the first use, the following screen may appear
repeatedly.
1 Set your car's ignition switch to the ACC
or On position.
2 Press [SRC] (PWR: POWER).
The demonstration screen appears.
3 Press [MENU] to display the menu
display.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
4 Press []] or [[] to display the
DISPLAY menu.
5 Press [{] or [}] to select
“DEMONSTRATION”.
6 Press [BAND] (SET) to select “OFF”
7 Press [MENU].
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
Note: This unit is operable as usual even if the
demonstration screen is activated. The demonstration
screen automatically appears if no operation is executed
for 1 minute.
Cancellation
of
demonstration
screen
Remote
Control
Preparation
Preparation Before Initial Use
Pull the insulation film out
from the backside of
remote control gently.
Battery Replacement
q
w
q Remove the battery holder
with the remote control unit
placed on a flat surface.
q Stick your thumbnail into
the groove, and push the
holder in the direction of
the arrow, and at the
same time.
w Pull it out in the direction
of the arrow using a
tough pointed object.
2
3
w Put a battery in the case
with (+) side facing up.
e Put the case back.
Tough pointed object
Back side
Insulation film
Warning
Keep batteries and insulation film out of reach of
infants. If an infant ingests a battery, please seek
immediate medical attention.
Cautions
¡Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately.
¡Do not disassemble, heat or short a battery. Do not
throw a battery into a fire or water.
¡Follow local regulations when disposing of a battery.
¡Improper use of a battery may cause overheating, an
explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a fire.
Note: Battery Information:
Battery Type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025)
(Included in the remote control)
Battery Life: Approximately 6 months under normal use
(at room temperature)
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N
English
11
Notes:
¡ Adjust the clock when “NO CT” appears on the dis-
play.
¡ When a broadcast of FM Radio Data System is
received, the clock is put right automatically by the
Clock Time service. (a page 20)
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu
display.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
2 Press []] or [[] to display the
DISPLAY menu.
3 Press [{] to select “CLOCK ADJ”.
4 Press [BAND] (SET) to confirm the
display.
5 Adjust the setting value.
[[]: Adjusting minutes
[]]: Adjusting hours
[}]: Forward
[{]: Backward
6 Press [BAND] (SET) to confirm the
adjustment.
7 Press [MENU].
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
You may need to set the following depending on the
devices to be connected.
Using Subwoofer
¡ Subwoofer level adjustment (a page 30)
¡ Subwoofer low pass filter (a page 30)
Connecting an AV device (TV,VTR)
Only for CQ-C7703N
If you connect TV to AUX1 terminal, set the AUX setting
to TV. (a page 34)
The following functions are activated when the Security
Function is ON. (a page 31)
¡ The security indicator lights up when removing the
face plate.
¡ The alarm sounds and the message appears on the
screen to warn you to remove the face plate at ACC
off. (The above phenomenon occurs when the ACC
setting of the unit is set to ON at the ignition key is at
the ACC off position or when the ACC setting of the
unit is set to OFF at the power of the unit is off)
Security Indicator
Preparation
Other
Settings
Clock
adjustment
ACC
Setting
OFF
ACC
IGN
For a ACC-equipped car, select ON. (a page 31) The
following functions are available. (default: off)
¡ The power is turned on automatically when inserting a
disc.
¡ The clock can be displayed even if the power is off.
(a page 15)
Caution
Be sure to select OFF when your car has no
ACC position in the ignition switch. Failure
to do this could cause the battery to go
dead.
Security
Function
Setting
Page: 11
Power on
Press [SRC] (PWR: POWER).
Power off
Hold down [SRC] (PWR: POWER) until
you hear a beep, then release it.
12
General
This chapter explains how to turn on or off the power, how to adjust the volume, etc.
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
You can remove the face
plate to prevent it from
being stolen.
Removing
1 Turn off the power (a page 12)
2 Press [ ]
(Release).
(The face plate disen-
gages with a click
when it is removed.)
The face plate automatically closes after a lapse of 5
seconds while it is open.
The power is automatically turned off while the unit
is active.
3 Put the face
plate in the case.
Mounting
1 Slide the left side of the face plate in
place.
2 Press the right end of the face plate
until “click” is heard.
Cautions:
¡ It is recommended to remove or mount the face
plate when the plate is at the closed position.
Do not remove or mount the face plate when the
plate is in motion.
¡ This face plate is not waterproof. Do not expose it to
water or excessive moisture.
¡ Do not remove the face plate while driving your car.
¡ Do not place the face plate on the dashboard or
nearby areas where the temperature rises to high
levels.
¡ Do not touch the contacts on the face plate or on the
main unit, since this may result in poor electrical
contacts.
¡ If dirt or other foreign substances get on the con-
tacts, wipe them off with clean and dry cloth.
¡ To avoid damaging the face plate, do not push it
down or place objects on it while it is open.
Power
On/off
(PWR:
POWER)
Face
Plate
Removing/Mounting
(ANTI-THEFT
SYSTEM)
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Open/Eject
Press [u] (OPEN).
When a disc is already loaded, the disc will automatically
be ejected.
Close
Press [u] (OPEN).
Tilt
The display angle changes among 4 levels as follows
every time you hold down [u] (TILT) for 1 sec. or
more and release.
Note: The last selected
angle is memorized even
after turning off the power.
Notes:
¡ The volume level can be set independently for each
source. (For radio, one volume setting for AM
(LW/MW), one volume setting for all FMs)
¡ The volume is not adjustable while an error display is
on the monitor. (a page 41)
¡ This unit memorizes individual volume levels for each
source. Make volume adjustments of each source
appropriately to prevent large volume fluctuation when
the source is changed.
q
w
q Up
w Down
Setting Range: 0 to 40
Default: 18
Volume off (down)
Press [MUTE].
Cancel
Press [MUTE] again.
Note: Volume-down range can be specified.
(a page 31)
Face
Plate
Motion
(Open/Close,
Tilt)
(OPEN/CLOSE,
TILT)
Volume
Adjustment
(VOLUME)
Temporary
Volume
Off
(Down)
MUTE
(ATT:
ATTENUATION)
Cautions:
¡ To avoid damaging the face plate, do not push it
down or place objects on it while it is open.
¡ Do not pinch your finger or hand in the face plate.
¡ Do not insert foreign objects into the disc slots.
¡ For the following cases, the face plate automatical-
ly closes. Use caution not to catch your finger.
¡ After a lapse of 20 seconds
¡ When a disc is inserted
¡ When the face plate is removed (a page 12)
¡ When the power is set to off (at ACC-off)
TILT 1
TILT 2
TILT 3
OPEN
TILT OFF
General
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General
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Radio
FM1, FM2, FM3, AM (LW/MW) (a page 18)
Source
Selection
(SOURCE)
The source changes as follows every time [SRC]
(SOURCE) is pressed.
Player
When loading CD (a page 24)
When loading MP3/WMA disc (a page 26)
AUX 1
Device connected to the AUX terminal of the this unit
At connecting to other than a TV
At connecting to a TV
(only for CQ-C7703N a page 34)
System-up Connector
Device connected to the System-up Connector of this
unit
When optional devices are connected:
Shift to connected devices
When an expansion module is connected:
The devices connected to the ports 1 to 4 are activated
in sequence after shifting to AUX2 (devices connected
to the AUX terminal of the expansion module).
When connecting DVD Changer
When connecting CD Changer
When connecting iPod
Note: For information about connectable devices, refer
to the System Upgrade Guidebook or the instruction
manual for each device.
When connecting Expansion Module
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English
15
The display changes as follows every time [D] (DISP:
DISPLAY) is pressed.
Note: The graphic pattern and still image are selectable.
(a page 32)
At power-off:
Note: The clock appears only at ACC on setting.
Clock display (default)
Mode
Folder hierarchy (MP3/WMA mode only.)
Ordinary display + graphic pattern
Ordinary display + still image
Ordinary display + clock
Display OFF
All displays disappear in 5 seconds.
At power-on:
Off
Only graphic pattern
Only still image
Display
Change
(DISP:
DISPLAY)
Note: The Spectrum Analyzer equalizer of 19 bands
(S.A.) is selectable when selecting a graphic pattern.
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Sound Control
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SRS
WOW
SRS
WOW
Setting
(SRS
WOW
Menu
Display)
SRS WOWTM
is 3-D sound technology based on the HRTF
(Head Related Transfer Function) theory. Unlike
conventional audio systems, “natural 3-D sound field”,
“rich bass”, and “crisp and clear sound” can be obtained
at the same time in a wide area in front of speakers.
Holding down [VOLUME] (SRS WOW) for 2 sec. or
more toggles SRS WOW on and off.
Note: If you enable SRS WOW, the following functions
are automatically disabled:
SQ, BASS/TREBLE, BALANCE/FADER, HPF, SBC-SW Lights when SRS WOW is activated.
You can make a fine adjustment to SRS WOW.
1 Set the SRS WOW mode to on.
2 Hold down [SQ] for 2 sec. or more to
display the audio menu display.
3 Press [}] or [{] to select a function to
be adjusted.
4 Press [BAND] (SET) to adjust.
5 Press [D] (DISP: DISPLAY) to confirm
the adjustment.
SRS TruBass®
: Deep bass enhancement by application of the
bass reproduction technique of a pipe organ
(default)
: No enhancement
SRS FOCUS®
Sound image movement in a vertical direction to make
sound crisp
: high (default)
: low
: off
SRS®
: Surround function on (default)
: Surround function off
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from
SRS Labs, Inc..
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English
The equalizer curve is selectable from among preset 6
types (FLAT, ROCK, POP, VOCAL, JAZZ, and CLUB)
depending on your listening category.
Note: SQ is not changeable when SRS WOW is enabled.
(a page 18)
SQ changeover
The SQ category is changed every time [SQ] (SOUND
QUALITY) is pressed.
Note: Setting of SQ, bass/treble and volume are
influenced one another. If the influence mentioned above
causes distortion to the audio signal, readjust bass/treble
or volume. (a page 30)
Lights when SQ is activated.
SQ is adjustable in accordance with your taste.
1 Hold down [SQ] (SOUND QUALITY) for 2
sec. or more when SRS WOW is disabled.
2 Press [BAND].
The targeted SQ preset appears.
3 Adjust each band.
Band: 60, 160, 400, 1 k, 3 k, 6 k, 16 k (Hz)
[]][[]: Band selection
[}][{]: Level up/down
4 Press [BAND] to determine the adjust-
ment.
The screen of Step 1 appears again.
5 Press [D] (DISP: DISPLAY).
The regular screen appears again. “USER” appears in
the category name after adjustment.
Note: If you hold down [BAND] for 2 sec. or more
on the SQ call-up screen, the presetting that is called
up can be turned into the default.
The rear speaker can be used as a substitutional
subwoofer when a subwoofer is not connected.
Holding down [MUTE] (SBC-SW) for 2 sec.
or more toggles SBC-SW on and off.
Off (default)
On
SQ
Selection
Based
on
Genre
(SQ:
SOUND
QUALITY)
SQ
adjustment
(USER)
Substitutional
Subwoofer
(SBC-SW:
SUPER
BASS
CONTROL-SUBWOOFER)
Sound
Control
Notes:
¡ If ON is selected, the settings of subwoofer level
adjustment and subwoofer low pass filter are activat-
ed. (a page 30)
¡ SBC-SW is not changeable when SRS WOW is
enabled. (a page 16)
Lights when SBC-SW is activated.
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Radio
This chapter explains how to listen to the radio.
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
1 Press [SRC] (SOURCE) to select the
radio mode.
2 Press [BAND] to select a band.
Notes:
¡ For tuning in on only stations whose receiving condi-
tions are good in the station search, set LOCAL to ON.
(a page 19)
¡ For reducing noise when a receiving FM stereo wave
is weak, set MONO to ON. (a page 19)
3 Select a station.
Frequency adjustment
[]] (TUNE): Lower
[[] (TUNE): Higher
Note: Hold down for 0.5 sec. or more and release
for station search.
Preset station selection
[{] (P·SET: Preset): Lower preset number
[}] (P·SET: Preset): Higher preset number
Note: Direct selection can be executed with [1] to
[6] buttons on remote control.
Band
Frequency
Preset Number
Radio
Mode
Display
Operation
Flow
Lights when LOCAL is
activated. (a page 19)
Lights while receiving an FM stereo signal.
Lights when MONO is activated.
(a page 19)
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19
Up to 6 stations can be preset in AM (LW/MW), FM1,
FM2, and FM3 respectively.
Preset stations can be simply called up by pressing [}]
(P·SET) or [{] (P·SET).
Notes:
¡ Direct selection can be executed with [1] to [6] but-
tons on remote control.
¡ You can switch between 6 and 18 for FM presetting
stations. (EACH BAND/ALL BAND)
Auto Preset Memory (APM)
Stations with good receiving conditions automatically
preset.
1 Select a band.
2 Hold down
[BAND] (APM)
for 2 sec. or
more.
The preset stations under best receiving conditions
are received for 5 sec. each after presetting the sta-
tions (SCAN). To stop scanning, press [}] or [{].
Notes:
¡ New stations overwrite existing saved stations.
¡ Only RDS stations will be saved at default setting (AF ON).
To select non RDS stations too, set AF OFF. (a page 21)
Manual station preset
1 Tune in to a station.
2 Hold down [}] or [{] for 2 sec. or
more.
3 Select a preset number by pressing [}]
or [{].
Note:If [BAND] is pressed while receiving an FM
station, FM broadcasting is changeable among FM 1
to FM 3.
4 Hold down [BAND] (SET) for 2 sec. or
more to determine the selection.
Notes:
¡ In step 2, a station can be registered by holding down
the numeric button [1] to [6] for 2 sec. or more.
¡ To stop presetting stations, press [D] (DISP: DIS-
PLAY).
¡ The operation above allows users to replace the cur-
rent station with the station preset in the selected
number while selecting a preset station.
Station
Preset
(APM:
AUTO
PRESET
MEMORY
P·SET:
PRESET)
Radio
Menu
Display
Only LOCAL is available while receiving an AM station.
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL](MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press [}] or [{] to select a mode to be
adjusted.
3 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
4 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
MONO (Monaural)
Noise reduction when the signal strength decreases
: Receiving in stereo (default)
: Receiving in mono and reducing the noise level
LOCAL
Setting when searching for a station
: Searching even for a relatively low-intensity radio
wave station (default)
: Searching only for a high-intensity radio wave
station
PRESET
Preset range for FM bands
: Setting of FM1–3 together (default)
: Individual setting for FM1–3 each
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Radio Data System (RDS) in FM Broadcasting
Useful functions such as AF, TA, PTY, etc. are available in the RDS (Radio Data System)-ready areas.
What
is
RDS?
Some FM stations are broadcasting added data
compatible with RDS. This radio set offers convenient
functions using such data.
RDS service availability varies with areas. Please
understand if RDS service is not available in your area,
the following service is not available, either.
The following functions are available when receiving RDS
stations.
AF (Alternative Frequency)
The following functions are available when the AF mode
is active (a page 21).
¡ When receiving conditions become bad, a station with
better receiving conditions is automatically tuned in
to.
¡ When executing APM, only RDS stations are selected.
¡ When calling up a preset station, a best receiving sta-
tion is selected automatically. (BSR Best Stations
Research)
Notes:
¡ The AF sensitivity can be adjusted. (a page 22)
¡ The AF available range can be adjusted. (a page 22)
TA (Traffic Announcement)
The following functions are
available when the TA mode
is active. (a page 22)
¡ A TP (Traffic program)
station is automatically
searched for and
received at the instant
of toggling the TA mode
on if you are receiving a
non-TP station.
¡ When executing station search or APM, only TP sta-
tions are selected.
¡ Setting to TA on with the unit in another mode, it will
automatically switch to radio mode and output the
traffic announcement when the traffic announcement
begins. The traffic announcement having finished, the
unit will return to the previous mode. (TA Standby
Mode)
PTY (Program Type)
The following functions are available when the PTY mode
is active (a page 23).
¡ The PTY of receiving station appears.
¡ Programs can be searched for by PTY.
Note: PTY language can be selected (a page 23).
Other functions of RDS
CT (Clock Time)
The clock is automatically adjusted.
PS (Program Service Name)
As well as the frequency, the name of the broadcast
station appears.
EON (Enhanced Other Network)
RDS information is updated constantly in response to the
current position.
EON-TA
Traffic information from the current and other network
stations can be received.
Emergency Announcement Reception
Emergency announcement automatically appears on the
display when it is received.
Lights while receiving the EON signal.
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Lights while receiving a TP
station (that broadcasts
TA).
Program Service Name Lights when TA is activated.
TA receiving display
PTY on display
Lights while receiving the
TA signal.
Receiving station PTY
Lights when AF is
activated.
Lights when PTY is
activated.
PI Seek (Program Identification Seek)
(only by remote control unit)
If reception becomes poor when tuning in a preset
station, press the same preset number button. The same
station with better reception will be searched for.
Press the same preset number button again to cancel.
Note: For PI Seek, cancel the TA mode first, then
execute PI Seek.
RDS
mode
display
AF
(AF:
ALTERNATIVE
FREQUENCY)
SEL
SEL
SRC
SRC
BAND
BAND MUTE
MUTE
2 3
1
5
8
0
6
4
9
7
#
VOL
VOL
DISP
DISP
CAR AUDIO
MENU
SEL
POWER
SOURCE
SRC
SET
BAND MUTE
8
0
9
7
#
VOL
RANDOM
NUMBER
TUNE TUNE
SCAN REPEAT
DISP
2 3
1
5 6
4
AF ON/OFF
Holding down [TA] (AF) for 2 sec. or more toggles AF
on and off. Set AF to off for presetting a non-RDS station
or other cases.
Note: This operation is not adjustable by the remote
control.
Radio
Data
System
(RDS)
in
FM
Broadcasting
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Radio Data System (RDS) in FM Broadcasting
TA
(TA:
TRAFFIC
ANNOUNCEMENT)
TA ON/OFF
Pressing [TA] toggles TA on and off.
Notes:
¡ This operation is not adjustable by the remote control.
¡ Traffic information is available in monaural.
¡ Adjust the TA volume only while receiving a TA.
Lights when TA is activated.
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL] (MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press [}] or [{] to select a mode to be
adjusted.
3 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
4 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
AF
Adjusting the AF sensitivity
:Switching immediately after the receiving
sensitivity becomes low (for a suburban area
with a fine view) (default) ( lights.)
:No switching even after the receiving
sensitivity temporarily becomes low (for an
area with a obstructed view) ( lights.)
REGION
Setting the AF range
:The frequency is changed also for programs
outside the region. (default)
: The frequency is changed only for programs
within the region.
AF/Region
Setting
(FM
Menu
Display)
(AF:
ALTERNATIVE
FREQUENCY/REGION)
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PTY
(PTY:
PROGRAM
TYPE)
PTY ON/OFF
Holding down [D] (PTY) for 2 sec. or more toggles PTY
mode on and off.
Program Search by PTY
Programs can be searched for by use of PTY that has
been originally preset.
Press [}] or [{] to select PTY in the PTY
mode.
Another station in the same PTY is searched for by
pressing [BAND] (SET).
Notes:
¡ Direct Access can be executed with [1] to [6] buttons
on remote control.
¡ When there is no corresponding program type station,
“NONE” is displayed.
¡ A desired PTY appears for 5 seconds.
¡ Preset contents are changeable.
Detailed PTY Selection
1 Press []] or [[] to select PTY.
2 Press [BAND] (SET).
Search starts.
Notes:
¡ To stop searching, press [BAND] (SET).
¡ When there is no corresponding program type station,
“NONE” is displayed.
PTY Preset Change
Original PTY presets can be changed as you like.
1 Select a PTY that you would like to pre-
set.
2 Follow the procedure of ordinary preset-
ting. (a page 18)
PTY language selection
Note: PTY language is selectable only when PTY
appears.
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
2 Press [BAND] (SET) to adjust.
:English a :German
a :Spanish a :Swedish
a :Italian a :French
a :Dutch a (Back to ENGLISH)
3 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
Program Type Contents
1 NEWS NEWS
2 SPEECH AFFAIRS, INFO, EDUCATE,
DRAMA, CULTURE, SCIENCE,
VARIED, WEATHER, FINANCE,
CHILDREN, SOCIAL, RELIGION,
PHONE IN, TRAVEL, LEISURE,
DOCUMENT
3 SPORT SPORT
4 POP M POP M
5 CLASSICS CLASSICS
6 MUSIC ROCK M, EASY M, LIGHT M,
OTHER M, JAZZ, COUNTRY,
NATION M, OLDIES, FOLK M
SPEECH MUSIC NEWS AFFAIRS
INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA
CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED POP M
ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS
OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN
SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL
LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M
OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT
Radio
Data
System
(RDS)
in
FM
Broadcasting
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CD Player
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
When a disc is already loaded, press [SRC] (SOURCE)
to select the CD mode.
1 Press [u] (OPEN) to open the face
plate.
When a disc is already loaded ( lights), the disc
will automatically be ejected.
2 Load a disc with the printed side facing
up.
The face plate closes automatically, and the unit rec-
ognizes the disc and starts playing automatically,
too.
Note: The panel automatically closes after 20 sec-
onds.
3 Select a desired portion.
Track selection
[7] (TRACK): Next track
[6] (TRACK): Preceding track (press twice)
Note: Hold down for fast forward/reverse.
Pause
Press [BAND] (h / 5).
Press again to cancel.
4 Press [u] (OPEN) to eject the disc.
Track number Time
Lights when the disc is
loaded.
Play Mode indicators
Lights when each mode is
activated.
CD-TEXT display
Notes:
¡ For scrolling text, hold down [D] (DISP: DISPLAY)
for 2 sec. or more.
¡ “NO TEXT” is displayed when there is no information
on the disc.
Operation
Flow
CD
Mode
Display
Printed side
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CD
Player
Cautions:
¡ This unit does not support 8 cm discs.
¡ Do not use irregularly shaped discs. (a page 42)
¡ Do not use discs that have a seal or label attached.
¡ To avoid damaging the face plate, do not push it down or
place objects on it while it is open.
¡ Do not pinch your finger or hand in the face plate when the
face plate is in motion.
¡ Do not insert foreign matter into the disc slots.
¡ Refer to the section on “Notes on CD/CD Media (CD-ROM,
CD-R, CD-RW)” (a page 42).
¡ This unit does not support a MIX mode CD (a CD containing
both CD-DA and MP3/WMA data). In case of using such a
CD, problems may occur such as anacoustic playback.
Random and Repeat play can be set.
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL] (MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press [}] or [{] to select a mode to be
adjusted.
3 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
4 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
RANDOM
: Off (default)
: Random playback
REPEAT
: Off (default)
: Playing the current track repeatedly
TEXT (CD-TEXT)
: Enabled (default)
: Disabled
Play Mode Selection
One-touch operation is available for selecting a track
playing style by use of [RANDOM] or [REPEAT].
RANDOM
Press [RANDOM].
Press again to cancel.
REPEAT
Press [REPEAT].
Press again to cancel.
SCAN play
You can find your favorite file by playing first 10-sec. of
each track.
Press [SCAN].
Press again to cancel.
Direct Access
A track can be directly selected.
Example: track number 5
1 Press [#] (NUMBER).
2 Press [5].
3 Press [SET].
Note: To suspend direct
selection, press [DISP] (DISPLAY).
Functions
Only
by
Remote
Control
Unit
Random,
Repeat
Play
(CD
Menu
Display)
(RANDOM,
REPEAT)
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MP3/WMA Player
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Operation
Flow
When a disc is already loaded, press [SRC] (SOURCE)
to select the MP3/WMA mode.
1 Press [u] (OPEN) to open the face
plate.
When a disc is already loaded ( lights), the disc
will automatically be ejected.
2 Load a disc with the printed side facing
up.
The face plate closes automatically, and the unit rec-
ognizes the disc and starts playing automatically,
too. (It may take several minutes to start for a disc
that has a lot of files.)
Note: The panel automatically closes after 20 sec-
onds.
3 Select a desired portion.
Folder selection
[}] (FOLDER): Next folder
[{] (FOLDER): Preceding folder
File selection
[7] (TRACK): Next file
[6] (TRACK): Preceding file (press twice)
Note: Hold down for fast forward/reverse.
Pause
Press [BAND] (h / 5).
Press again to cancel.
4 Press [u] (OPEN) to eject the disc.
MP3/WMA
Mode
Display
Folder number
Time
Lights when the disc is
loaded.
Play Mode indicators
Lights when each mode is
activated.
Information Display
Notes:
¡ For scrolling text, hold down [D] (DISP: DISPLAY)
for 2 sec. or more.
¡ “NO TEXT” is displayed when there is no information
on the disc.
¡ ID3/WMA tag information is displayed for the album
name and title/artist name.
File number
File type indicator
(Folder Random)
(Folder Repeat)
(Folder Scan)
Printed side
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MP3/WMA
Player
Notes:
¡ Refer to the section on “Notes on MP3/WMA” (a page 28)
¡ This unit does not support a MIX mode CD (a CD containing both CD-DA and MP3/WMA data). In case of using such a CD,
problems may occur such as anacoustic playback.
Random and Repeat play can be set.
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL] (MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press [}] or [{] to select a mode to be
adjusted.
3 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
4 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
RANDOM
: Off (default)
: Random playback (disc)
FOLDER RANDOM
: Off (default)
: Random playback (folder)
REPEAT
: Off (default)
: Playing the current file repeatedly
FOLDER REPEAT
: Off (default)
: Playing the current folder repeatedly.
TEXT
: Folder name/File name (default)
: Album/Title (tag information)
: No display
Play Mode Selection
One-touch operation is available for selecting a track
playing style by use of [RANDOM] or [REPEAT] .
RANDOM, REPEAT
Press the button. Press again to cancel.
FOLDER RANDOM, FOLDER REPEAT
Hold down the button for 2 sec. or more. Hold
down again to cancel.
SCAN play
You can find your favorite file by playing first 10-sec. of
each file.
SCAN (All files)
Press [SCAN]. Press again to cancel.
FOLDER SCAN (1st file in each folder)
Hold down [SCAN] for 2 sec. or more. Hold down
again to cancel.
Direct Access
A file in the current folder can be directly selected.
Example: file number 5
1 Press [#] (NUMBER).
2 Press [5].
3 Press [SET].
Notes:
¡ For folder selection, enter a number after pressing [#]
(NUMBER) twice.
¡ To suspend direct selection, press [DISP]
(DISPLAY).
Random,
Repeat
Play
(MP3/WMA
Menu
Display)
(RANDOM,
REPEAT)
Functions
Only
by
Remote
Control
Unit
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MP3/WMA Player
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
What is MP3/WMA?
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3) and WMA (Windows MediaTM
Audio) are the compression formats of digital audio. The
former is developed by MPEG (Motion Picture Experts
Group), and the latter is developed by Microsoft
Corporation. Using these compression formats, you can
record the contents of about 10 music CDs on a single
CD media (This figures refer to data recorded on a 650
MB CD-R or CD-RW at a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps and a
sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz).
Note: MP3/WMA encoding and writing software is not
supplied with this unit.
Points to remember when making MP3/WMA files
Common
¡ High bit rate and high sampling frequency are recom-
mended for high quality sounds.
¡ Selecting VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is not recommended
because playing time is not displayed properly and
sound may be skipped.
¡ The playback sound quality differs depending on the
encoding circumstances. For details, refer to the user
manual of your own encoding software and writing
software.
MP3
¡ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps or
more” and “fixed”.
WMA
¡ It is recommended to set the bit rate to “64 kbps or
more” and “fixed”.
¡ Do not set the copy protect attribute on the WMA file
to enable this unit to play back.
Display Information
Displayed items
Displayable characters
¡ Displayable length of file name/folder name: within 64
characters (Unicoded file and folder names are
reduced by half in the number of displayable charac-
ters.)
¡ Name files and folders in accordance with the stan-
dard of each file system. Refer to the instructions of
writing software for details.
¡ ASCII character set and special characters in each lan-
guage can be displayed.
ASCII character set
A to Z, a to z, digits 0 to 9, and the following sym-
bols:
(space) ! ” # $ % & ’ ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ˆ
_ ` { | } ~
Notes:
¡ With some software in which MP3/WMA format files
have been encoded, the character information may not
be displayed properly.
¡ Undisplayable characters and symbols will be convert-
ed into an asterisk (*).
¡ CD-TEXT
Disc title
Track title
¡ MP3/WMA
Folder name
File name
¡ MP3 (ID3 tag)
Album name
Title name/artist name
¡ WMA (WMA tag)
Album name
Title name/artist name
Notes
on
MP3/WMA
Caution:
Never assign the “.mp3”, or “.wma” file
name extension to a file that is not in the
MP3/WMA format. This may not only pro-
duce noise from the speaker damage, but
also damage your hearing.
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MP3/WMA
Player
¡ You are recommended to minimize the chances of
making a disc that contains both CD-DA files and
MP3/WMA files.
¡ If CD-DA files are on the same disc as MP3 or WMA
files, the songs may not play in the intended order,
or some songs may not play at all.
¡ When storing MP3 data and WMA data on the same
disc, use different folders for each data.
¡ Do not record files other than MP3/WMA files and
unnecessary folder on a disc.
¡ The name of an MP3/WMA file should be added by
rules as shown in the following descriptions and also
comply with the rules of each file system.
¡ You may encounter trouble in playing MP3/WMA files
or displaying the information of MP3/WMA files
recorded with certain writing software or CD
recorders.
¡ The file extension “.mp3” or “.wma” should be
assigned to each file depending on the file format.
¡ This unit does not have a play list function.
¡ Although Multi-session recording is supported, the
use of Disc-at-Once is recommended.
Supported file systems
ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Apple Extension to ISO 9660,
Joliet, Romeo
Note: Apple HFS, UDF 1.50, Mix CD and CD Extra are
not supported.
Recording MP3/WMA files on a CD-media
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
Yes
32 k – 192 kbps
Windows Media Audio Ver. 2, 7, 8, 9*
16, 22.05, 24 kHz
Yes
8 k – 160 kbps
MPEG 2 audio layer 3 (MP3)
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
Yes
32 k – 320 kbps
MPEG 1 audio layer 3 (MP3)
Sampling frequency
VBR
Bit rate
Compression method
Compression formats
(Recommendation: “Points to remember when making MP3/WMA files” on the previous page)
Folder selection order/file playback order
Root Folder
(Root Directory)
Folder Selection
File Selection
Tree 1 Tree 2 Tree 3 Tree 4 Tree 8
(Max.)
2
1
3
4
q
q
w
e
r
t
y
y
5
6
8
1 8
7
–
In the order
–
In the order
Maximum number of files/folders
¡ Maximum number of files: 511 (files + folders)
¡ Maximum number of files in one folder: 255
¡ Maximum depth of trees: 8
¡ Maximum number of folders: 255 (Root folder is
included.)
Notes:
¡ You can shorten the duration between data read and
playback by decreasing the quantity of files or folders,
or the depth of the hierarchy.
¡ This unit counts the number of folders irrespective of
the presence or absence of an MP3/WMA file.
¡ If the selected folder does not contain any MP3/WMA
files, the nearest MP3/WMA files in the order of play-
back will be played.
¡ Playback order may be different from other MP3/WMA
players even if the same disc is used.
¡ “ROOT” appears when displaying the root folder
name.
Copyright
It is prohibited by copyright laws to copy, distribute and
deliver copyrighted materials such as music without the
approval of copyright holder except enjoying yourself
personally.
No warranty
Above description complies with our investigations as of
December 2005. It has no warranty for reproducibility
and displayability of MP3/WMA.
Notes
on
MP3/WMA
(continued)
* WMA 9 Professional/LossLess/Voice are not supported.
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Audio Setting
Adjustment to each speaker and an optional subwoofer
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Main volume adjustment
(Setting range: 0 to 40, Default: 18)
q : Up
w : Down
Bass adjustment
(Setting range: -12 dB to +12 dB, 2 dB Step, Default:
Bass 0 dB)
q : Up
w : Down
Treble adjustment
(Setting range: -12 dB to +12 dB, 2 dB Step, Default:
Treble 0 dB)
q : Up
w : Down
Note: Do not activate SQ and Bass/Treble at same time
to avoid causing sound distortion.
Balance adjustment
(Setting range: L (left)15 to R (right) 15 and Centre,
Default: Center)
q : Right enhanced
w : Left enhanced
Fader adjustment
(Setting range: R (rear) 15 to F (front) 15 and Centre,
Default: Center)
q : Front enhanced
w : Rear enhanced
Subwoofer level adjustment
(Setting range : mute (-∞), -6 dB to +6 dB, 2 dB Step,
Default: 0 dB)
q : Up
w : Down
Subwoofer Low Pass Filter
(Setting range: 80 Hz, 120 Hz, 160 Hz, Default: 80 Hz)
q : Up
w : Down
High Pass Filter
(Setting range: Filter OFF, 90 Hz, 135 Hz, 180 Hz, 225 Hz,
Default: Filter OFF)
q : Up
w : Down
Rear Level Adjustment (SRS WOW)
(Setting range: 0 to –15, Default: –10)
q : Up
w : Down
Note: The rear level is adjustable only when SRS WOW
is enabled. (a page 16)
Subwoofer output range
Other speakers output ranges
AUDIO
Menu
Display
1 Press [VOLUME]
(PUSH SEL:
SELECT) to dis-
play the AUDIO
menu display.
2 Press [VOLUME] (PUSH SEL:
SELECT) to select a mode to be adjust-
ed.
3 Turn [VOLUME]
clockwise or
counterclockwise
to adjust.
Notes:
¡ If no operation takes place for more than 10 seconds
in the audio menu (2 sec. in Main volume adjust-
ment), the display returns to the regular mode.
¡ Only the main volume, subwoofer level, subwoofer
low pass filter, and rear level are adjustable when SRS
WOW is enabled. (a page 16)
q
w
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Function Setting
Adjustment to display on the FUNCTION menu
Audio
Setting,
Function
Setting
English
FUNCTION
Menu
Display
31
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu dis-
play.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL] (MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press []] or [[] to display the FUNC-
TION menu.
3 Press [}] or [{] to select a function to
be adjusted.
4 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
5 Press [MENU] to confirm the adjust-
ment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
MUTE KEY
Setting [MUTE] buttons’ functions
: Volume off (default)
: Volume down by 10 steps
: Volume down by 5 steps
EXT.MUTE (External Mute)
Volume adjustment when an interruption such as car
navigation signal occurs
: Volume off (default)
: Volume down by 10 steps
: Volume down by 5 steps
: No change in volume
SECURITY
Setting the security function (a page 11)
: ON (default)
: OFF
ACC
Setting depending on your car
: ACC not equipped (default)
: ACC equipped
BUILT-IN AMP
You can toggle the integrated amplifier on and off.
: Amplifier on (default)
: Amplifier off (when the external amplifier is used)
Lights when disactivated.
(External muting display)
Caution
Be sure to select OFF when your car has no
ACC position in the ignition switch. Failure
to do this could cause the battery to go
dead.
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Display Setting
Adjustment to display on the DISPLAY menu
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DISPLAY
Menu
Display
1 Press [MENU] to display the menu
display.
For using the remote
control, hold down
[SEL] (MENU) for 2
sec. or more.
2 Press []] or [[] to display the
DISPLAY menu.
3 Press [}] or [{] to select a function to
be adjusted.
4 Press [BAND]
(SET) to confirm
the display.
5 Adjust the setting value.
6 Press [BAND] (SET).
7 Press [MENU] to confirm the
adjustment.
For using the remote control, hold down [SEL]
(MENU) for 2 sec. or more.
COLOR
(Setting range: 10 types, default: STORM)
The illumination color changes as follows.
Switching by [}] or [{]
STORM: The color varies in conjunction with time.
LEVEL: The peripheral color decoration lights up and
goes out according to the bass volume.
FIRE: Red
ORANGE: Amber
SKY: Blue
OCEAN: Aquablue
FOREST: Green
SUN: Yellow
SNOW: White
CUSTOM: You can create your favorite color.
LEVEL ADJ
[]][[]: Function selection
[}][{]: Item selection
Color selection
The illumination color changes.
(Setting range: FIRE, ORANGE, SKY, OCEAN, FOREST,
SUN, default: FIRE)
Volume setting according to lighting
(Setting range: LEVEL1, LEVEL2, LEVEL3, default: LEVEL
1)
If the peripheral color decoration keeps lighting because
the bass part is contained abundantly, select LEVEL 1,
and for the opposite case, select LEVEL 3.
DEMONSTRATION
Switching by [BAND].
ON: Demonstration screen at no operation
(default)
OFF: Regular screen
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Display
Setting
DISPLAY
Menu
Display
(continued)
GRAPHIC PATTERN
(Setting range: 5 types, Default: All)
Switching by []] or [[]
All: Sequential display from pattern A to C.
Pattern A-C
S.A.: 19-band display (Spectrum analyzer)
CUSTOM ADJ
(Setting range: 0 to 100, default: R50, G50, B50)
You can adjust each color.
[]][[]: RGB selection
[}][{]: Adjustment (0 to 100)
SCREEN
Press [BAND] to select.
: white background (default)
: black background
STILL IMAGE
(Setting range: 11types, Default: All)
Switching by []] or [[]
All: Sequential display from pattern 1 to 10
No.1-10
CONTRAST
(Setting range: 1 to 5, Default: Contrast 3)
[[]: Tilting up view angle
[]]: Tilting down view angle
CLOCK ADJ
Note: Adjust the clock when “NO CT” appears on the
display.
[[]: Adjusting minutes
[]]: Adjusting hours
[}]: Forward
[{]: Backward
Notes:
¡ The graphic pattern and still image are changeable.
(a page 35)
¡ If corrupted data is selected, “DISPLAY FILE INCOM-
PLETE” appears. (a page 36)
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AUX Setting
When a TV is connected to the AUX 1 terminal on the main unit, follow the steps below to change the setting.
AUX
Menu
Display
(CQ-C7703N)
Only for CQ-C7703N
1 Press [SRC] (SOURCE) and select the
AUX mode.
2 Press [MENU] to call up the menu
display.
3 Press [BAND]
(SET) to adjust.
AUX
: For connection of other than a TV (default)
: For connection of a TV
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AUX
Setting,
Customize
the
Display
(Customize
Function)
Customize the Display (Customize Function)
You can edit the moving images and still images that are initially stored in the unit. You also can use the data that is downloaded from
the Panasonic Web site and the data that is stored with a digital camera or other devices and processed with exclusive software,
IMAGE STUDIO. See “Notes on Customize function” (a page 36) as well.
Note: Visit Panasonic Web site (http://panasonic.co.jp/pas/en/software/customize/index.html) for details.
CUSTOMIZE
Menu
Display
Preparation:
Put the CD-R/RW that contains data to
be customized in hand.
1 If there is a disc inside, take out the
disc.
2 Press [SRC]
(PWR) to select
the CD mode.
3 Hold down [PUSH SEL] for 4 sec. or
more to display the menu screen.
4 Load a CD-R/RW that contains data.
Notes:
¡ It may take time for the unit to identify the CD-
R/RW.
¡ Discs recorded by the packet writing software are
not supported.
5 Select an item to be customized.
[}][{]: Select
[BAND] (SET):Confirm
Note: To exit the customize menu, hold down
[PUSH SEL] 4 sec. or more.
GRAPHIC PATTERN
Moving image (graphic pattern) data (a page 32)
STILL IMAGE
Still image data (a page 32)
OPENING MESSAGE
Moving image at power on
CLOSING MESSAGE
Moving image at power off
6 Select a file.
[}][{][]][[]: Select
[BAND] (SET): Confirm
Notes:
¡ Files are automatically identified by their exten-
sions, and target files are displayed.
¡ If “BACK” is selected, the screen of step 5
appears.
7 For a moving image file or still image
file, select where to save the file.
[}][{][]][[]: Select
[BAND] (SET): Confirm
Notes:
¡ New data overwrites existing data.
¡ If “BACK” is selected, the screen of step 6
appears.
8 Confirm the changed item.
[]][[]: Select
[BAND] (SET):Confirm
Customization is performed. Do not turn off the
power in mid-operation. (It takes approx. 1 minutes
to complete this operation for a 168 kB moving
image.) After completion of this operation, the
screen of step 5 appears.
Note: If “NO” is selected, the screen of step 5
appears.
9 Press [OPEN] to eject the disc.
10Hold down [PUSH SEL] for 4 sec. or
more.
The CD mode comes back.
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Notes
on
Customize
Function
Note on Download Service
The download service may be suspended or stopped
without advance notice. The download service is not
available in some areas. Please visit the site below for
further information.
Panasonic Web site:
(http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/)
Notes on IMAGE STUDIO
¡ This download service is not available in some areas.
For details, please access the Panasonic website.
¡ IMAGE STUDIO is available only by downloading from
the address below. It is not bundled with this unit.
¡ Refer to the downloaded operating manual for how to
use IMAGE STUDIO.
Notes on File
¡ The customize-specific file is downloadable from the
URL below. You can create exclusive files stored with
a digital camera or other devices by using exclusive
software, IMAGE STUDIO that can be accessed from
the same URL.
¡ Do not change the extension. Otherwise, the data can-
not be recognized.
At Disc Making
¡ Save only customize-specific data.
¡ Save all data in the root directory. Files contained in a
folder cannot be recognized.
¡ Follow the table below with regard to the number of
files that are saved to a disc. Files beyond the speci-
fied capacity are not readable.
¡ Discs recorded by the packet writing software are not
supported.
At Customizing
¡ If customizing is interrupted on account of turning off
the power, stopping the engine, removing the face
plate or other reasons, you may lose the data. In such
a case, try customizing again.
¡ The default image exists on the Panasonic Web site. If
you would like to restore it, download the image from
the site.
Error Display Messages
NO FILES DETECTED
No customize-specific data on the disc
a Load a disc that contains customize-specific
data.
CUSTOMIZING FAILED
Customize failed
a Check to see whether or not the extension is cor-
rect and file contents are appropriate.
DISPLAY FILE INCOMPLETE
Intended moving image or still image is damaged.
a Customize it again and overwrite the file with
new one.
Type Extension Max. number
GRAPHIC PATTERN .pfm 10
STILL IMAGE .pfs 15
OPENING MESSAGE .pfo 5
CLOSING MESSAGE .pfe 5
Download site:
http://panasonic.co.jp/pas/en/software/
customize/index.html
Customize the Display (Customize Function)
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Customize
the
Display
(Customize
Function),
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If You Suspect Something Wrong
Check and take steps as described below.
If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is
recommended to take the unit to your nearest authorized Panasonic
Service Centre. The product should be serviced only by qualified
personnel. Please refer the checking and the repair to professionals.
Panasonic shall not be liable for any accidents arising out of neglect of
checking the unit or your own repair after your checking.
Never take measures especially those other than indicated by italic
letters in “Possible Solution” described below because those are too
dangerous for users to handle themselves.
Warning
¡ Do not use the unit in an irregular condition, for
example, without sound, or with smoke or a foul
smell, which can cause ignition or electric shock.
Immediately stop using the unit and consult your
dealer.
¡ Never try to repair the unit by yourself because it is
dangerous to do so.
Problem Possible cause a Possible solution
Common
No power to the
unit
The power cord (battery, power and ground) is connected in the wrong way.
a Check the wiring.
Fuse blows out.
a Eliminate the cause of fuse blowout and replace the fuse with new one.
Consult your dealer.
Sound is not
generated.
MUTE is set to ON.
a Set MUTE to OFF.
There is contact between the external mute lead and the chassis.
a Connect the external mute lead correctly. If the lead is unused, insulate it.
The wiring of speaker lines are not correct, or a break or poor contact arises.
a Check the wiring in accordance with the wiring diagram. (Installation
Instructions)
Noise
There is an electromagnetic-wave generator such as a cellular phone near the unit or
its electrical lines.
a Keep an electromagnetic-wave generator such as a cellular phone away from
the unit and the wiring of the unit. In case that noise cannot be eliminated
due to the wiring harness of the car, consult your dealer.
The contact of the ground lead is poor.
a Make sure that the ground lead is connected to an unpainted part of the chas-
sis securely.
Noise is made in
step with engine
revolutions.
Alternator noise comes from the car.
a Change the wiring position of the ground lead.
a Mount a noise filter on the power supply.
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Troubleshooting
Common
(continued)
Problem Possible cause a Possible solution
Radio
Some operations
are not executable.
Some operations are not executable in particular modes such as menu mode.
a Read the operating instructions carefully and cancel the mode. If the unit is
still out of order, consult your dealer.
No sound from
speaker(s)
BALANCE/FADER setting is not appropriate.
a Readjust BALANCE/FADER.
There is a break, a short circuit, poor contact or wrong wiring regarding the speaker
wiring.
a Check the speaker wiring.
The speaker
channels are
reversed between
right and left.
The speaker wiring is confused between right and left.
a Perform the speaker wiring in accordance with the wiring diagram.
The sound field is
not clear in the
stereo mode.
Central sound does
not settled.
The plus and minus terminals at right and left channels of speakers are connected
reversely.
a Perform the speaker wiring in accordance with the wiring diagram.
The power fails
unintentionally.
The safety device works.
a Consult your dealer, or your nearest Panasonic Service Centre.
Poor reception or
noise
Antenna installation or wiring of antenna cable is faulty.
a Check whether the antenna mounting position and its wiring are correct. In
addition, check to see whether the antenna ground is securely connected to
the chassis.
No power is supplied to the antenna amplifier (when using a film antenna, etc.).
a Check the wiring of the antenna battery lead.
FM Stereo
broadcast is
received only in
mono.
The MONO mode is active.
a Cancel the MONO mode.
Only strong signal
stations can be
received.
The LOCAL mode is active.
a Cancel the LOCAL mode.
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Troubleshooting
Problem Possible cause a Possible solution
Radio
(continued)
RDS
The number of auto
preset stations is
less than 6.
The number of receivable stations is less than 6.
a Move to an area where receivable stations number is maximum, and try pre-
setting.
Preset stations
cannot be stored.
The contact of the battery lead is poor, or the battery lead is not always powered.
a Make sure that the battery lead is connected securely, and preset stations
again.
PS does not appear
even if an RDS
station is tuned in to.
(“NO PS” appears.)
A PS code cannot be received for the reason of bad receiving conditions, etc.
a A PS code appears if it is received. Wait for a while until conditions change.
Receiving
programs differs
from PTY that was
already set up.
When the station changed between programs, the unit could not receive the PTY
code.
a An appropriate programme is searched for and tuned in to after receiving a
corresponding PTY code. Therefore, wait for a while.
“NONE” appears
when selecting
PTY.
Any specified PTY programs cannot be received. There is no desired programme
being broadcast in your area.
a Select another PTY, or wait until a desired programme starts.
The clock time (CT)
is not accurate.
The unit received a station broadcasting time that is not appropriate for you, or the
unit is receiving a station that does not broadcast time.
a Receive a station broadcasting time that is appropriate for your area, or
adjust CT manually.
An AF station
cannot be received
even if AF indicator
lights.
There is little difference in receiving conditions between the current station and AF
stations. Update of the AF list ended in failure.
a Wait until the AF list is successfully updated. For unstable reception, tune in
to a stable station by the hand.
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Problem Possible cause a Possible solution
MP3/WMA
The CD-R/RWs that
are playable on
other devices are
not playable on
this unit.
The playability of some CD-R/RWs may depend on the combination of media,
recording software and recorder to be used even if these CD-R/RWs are playable on
other devices such as a PC.
a Make CD-R/RWs in different combination of media, recording software and
recorder after referring to the description about MP3/WMA.
Sound skipping or
noise
There is a flaw or foreign material on the disc.
a Remove the foreign material, or use a flawless disc. For MP3/WMA, refer to
the description about MP3/WMA.
Playing VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files may cause sound skipping.
a Play Non-VBR files.
No playback or
disc ejected
The disc has unplayable formatted data.
a Refer to the description about MP3/WMA for playable sound data except CD-
DA (i.e. music CD).
CD
No playback or
disc ejected
The disc is inserted upside down.
a Insert a disc correctly.
There is a flaw or foreign material on the disc.
a Remove the foreign material, or use a flawless disc.
Sound skipping or
noise
There is a flaw or foreign material on the disc.
a Remove the foreign material, or use a flawless disc.
Sound skipping
due to vibration
The unit is not sufficiently secured.
a Secure the unit to the console box.
The unit is tilted at over 30˚ in the front-to-end direction.
a Make the angle 30˚ or less.
Disc unejectable
Something such as a peeled label obstructs the disc coming out.
a Press and hold the [u] (OPEN) for more than 2 seconds when the face plate
is open (disc forced ejection). In case that the disc forced ejection does not
work, consult your dealer.
The microcontroller in the unit operates abnormally due to noise or other factors.
a Unplug the power cord and plug it again. In case the unit is still out of order,
consult your dealer.
Troubleshooting
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Error Display Messages
CD/MP3/WMA
Display Possible cause a Possible solution
The player for some reason cannot read the file you are trying to play. (File recorded
in an unsupported file system, compression scheme, data format, file name exten-
sion, damaged data, etc.)
a Select a file that the player can read. Check the type of data recorded on the
disc. Create a new disc if necessary.
(After 5 seconds)
To next file automatically
The disc is dirty, or is upside down.
a Check the disc.
The disc has scratches.
a Check the disc.
No operation by some cause.
a Unplug the power cord and plug it again. In case the unit is still out of order,
consult your dealer. (a Installation Instructions)
A WMA file can be copyrighted.
a The file protected by copyright is not playable.
No disc.
Note: Refer to the System Upgrade Guidebook for error messages regarding optional products.
Troubleshooting,
Error
Display
Messages
Problem Possible cause a Possible solution
No response to
pressing buttons
The battery is inserted in the wrong direction. A wrong battery is inserted.
aInsert a correct battery in the correct direction.
The battery is weak.
aReplace the battery with new one.
The aiming direction of the remote control unit is wrong.
aAim the remote control unit at the sensor of the unit and press buttons.
The sensor is exposed to direct sunlight. (The remote control unit may not be
operable when the sensor is exposed to direct sunlight. In such a case, the
system is not faulty.)
aBlock off sunlight to the sensor.
Remote
control
unit
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Notes on Discs
How to hold the disc
¡ Do not touch the underside of the disc.
¡ Do not scratch on the disc.
¡ Do not bend the disc.
¡ When not in use, keep disc in the case.
Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
Do not leave discs in the following places:
¡ In direct sunlight
¡ Near car heaters
¡ Dirty, dusty and damp areas
¡ On seats and dashboards
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center outward.
Do not attach any seals or labels to your discs.
Do not write on the disc label with a ballpoint
pen or other hard-point pens.
If you use commercial CDs, they must have
either of these labels shown at right.
Some copy-protected music CDs are not
playable.
TEXT
¡ You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW discs recorded on CD recorders (CD-R/RW drives), either due
to their recording characteristics or dirt, fingerprints, scratches, etc. on the disc surface.
¡ CD-R/RW discs are less resistant to high temperatures and high humidity than ordinary music CDs. Leaving them
inside a car for extended periods may damage and make playback impossible.
¡ Some CD-R/RWs can not be played back successfully thanks to incompatibility among writing software, a CD
recorder (CD-R/RW drive) and the discs.
¡ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs if the session is not closed.
¡ This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs which contains other than CD-DA or MP3/WMA data.
¡ Be sure to observe the instructions of CD-R/RW disc for handling it.
Notes
on
CD/CD
Media
(CD-ROM,
CD-R,
CD-RW)
Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure the minimum of maintenance. Use a soft cloth for
routine exterior cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner, or other solvents.
Notes
on
CD-Rs/RWs
Maintenance
Cleaning
the
Unit
Fuse
If the fuse blows out, consult your dealer, or your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
Warning
¡Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or connecting the
unit directly without a fuse could cause fire or damage to the unit. If the replaced fuse fails, contact your
nearest authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Specifications
43
Notes
on
discs,
Maintenance,
Specifications
Notes:
¡Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to improvements.
¡Some figures and illustrations in this manual may be different from your product.
General
Sampling Frequency 8 times oversampling
DA Converter 4 DAC System
Pick-Up Type Astigma 3-beam
Light Source Semiconductor laser
Wavelength 790 nm
Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz (±1 dB)
Signal to Noise Ratio 96 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.01 % (1 kHz)
Wow and Flutter Below measurable limits
Channel Separation 85 dB
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range 87.5 MHz – 108 MHz
Usable sensitivity 6 dB/µV (S/N 30 dB)
Stereo separation 35 dB (at 1 kHz)
AM (MW) Radio
Frequency Range 531 kHz – 1 602 kHz
Usable Sensitivity 28 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
AM (LW) Radio
Frequency Range 153 kHz – 279 kHz
Usable Sensitivity 32 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
English
CD
Player
Power Supply DC 12 V (11 V – 16 V), Test Voltage 14.4 V, Negative Ground
Tone Controls (Bass/Treble) Bass; ±12 dB at 60 Hz, Treble; ±12 dB at 16 kHz
Equalizer Center Frequency 60, 160, 400, 1 k, 3 k, 6 k, 16 k Hz
Variable Range of Equalizer -12 dB to 12 dB (2 dB step)
Current Consumption Less than 2.2 A (CD mode, 0.5 W 4-Speaker)
Maximum Power Output 70 W x 4 (CQ-C7703N, at 1 kHz), 50 W x 4 (CQ-C7303N, at 1 kHz)
Power Output 40 W x 4 (CQ-C7703N, DIN 45 324, at 4 Ω), 23 W x 4 (CQ-C7303N, DIN 45 324, at 4 Ω)
Speaker Impedance 4 – 8 Ω
Pre-amp output voltage 2.5 V (CD mode, 1 kHz, 0 dB)
Subwoofer-output voltage 2.5 V (CD mode, 1 kHz, 0 dB)
Pre-amp output impedance 200 Ω
Subwoofer-output impedance 200 Ω
Dimensions (Main Unit) 178(W) x 50(H) x 155(D) mm
Weight (Main Unit) 1.7 kg (CQ-C7703N), 1.6 kg (CQ-C7303N)
Radio
Sales and Support Information
For UK and Ireland customers only.
Customer Care Centre
¡ For customers within the UK: 08705 357357
¡ For customers within the Republic of Ireland: 01 289
8333
¡ Visit our website for product information
¡ E-mail: customer.care@panasonic.co.uk
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
¡ Order accessories and consumable items for your prod-
uct with ease and confidence by phoning our Customer
Care Centre Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 5:30pm, Friday
9:30am - 5:30pm. (Excluding public holidays).
¡ Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering
application at www.panasonic.co.uk.
¡ Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
¡ All enquiries, transactions and distribution facilities are
provided directly by Panasonic UK Ltd.
¡ It couldn't be simpler!
¡ Also available through our Internet is direct shopping for
a wide range of finished products, so take a browse on
our website for further details.
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YEFM285769A ND0106-1125 Printed in China
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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2 CQ-C7703N/C7303N
This pictograph intends to alert you to the pres-
ence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in severe injury or death.
■ Read the operating instructions for the unit and all other com-
ponents of your car audio system carefully before using the
system. They contain instructions about how to use the sys-
tem in a safe and effective manner. Panasonic assumes no
responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to
observe the instructions given in this manual.
■ This manual uses pictographs to show you how to use the
product safely and to alert you to potential dangers resulting
from improper connections and operations. The meanings of
the pictographs are explained below. It is important that you
fully understand the meanings of the pictographs in order to
use this manual and the system properly.
Warning
This pictograph intends to alert you to the pres-
ence of important operating instructions and
installation instructions. Failure to heed the
instructions may result in injury or material dam-
age.
Caution
Warning
Observe the following warnings when using
this unit.
❑The driver should neither watch the display nor
operate the system while driving.
Watching the display or operating the system will distract
the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and can cause
accidents. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location and use
the parking brake before watching the display or operating
the system.
❑Use the proper power supply.
This product is designed for operation with a negative
grounded 12 V DC battery system. Never operate this prod-
uct with other battery systems, especially a 24 V DC battery
system.
❑Keep batteries and insulation film out of reach of
infants.
Batteries and insulation film can be ingested, so keep them
out of the reach of infants. If an infant ingests a battery or
insulation film, please seek immediate medical attention.
❑Protect the Deck Mechanism.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the slot of this unit.
❑Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Do not disassemble, modify the unit or attempt to repair the
product yourself. If the product needs to be repaired, consult
your dealer or an authorized Panasonic Service Centre.
❑Do not use the unit when it is out of order.
If the unit is out of order (no power, no sound) or in an
abnormal state (has foreign objects in it, is exposed to
water, is smoking, or smells), turn it off immediately and
consult your dealer.
❑The remote control unit should not lie about in the
car.
If the remote control unit lies about, it could fall on the floor
while driving, get wedged under the brake pedal, and lead to
a traffic accident.
❑Refer fuse replacement to qualified service person-
nel.
When the fuse blows out, eliminate the cause and have it
replaced with the fuse prescribed for this unit by a qualified
service engineer. Incorrect replacement of the fuse may lead
to smoke, fire, and damage to the product.
Observe the following warnings when
installing.
❑Disconnect the lead from the negative (–) battery
terminal before installation.
Wiring and installation with the negative (–) battery terminal
connected may cause electrical shock and injury due to a
short circuit.
Some cars equipped with the electrical safety system have
specific procedures of battery terminal disconnection.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE MAY LEAD TO THE
UNINTENDED ACTIVATION OF THE ELECTRICAL SAFETY
SYSTEM RESULTING IN DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
❑Never use safety-related components for installa-
tion, grounding, and other such functions.
Do not use safety-related vehicle components (fuel tank,
brake, suspension, steering wheel, pedals, airbag, etc.) for
wiring or fixing the product or its accessories.
❑Installing the product on the air bag cover or in a
location where it interferes with airbag operation is
prohibited.
❑Check for piping, gasoline tank, electric wiring, and
other items before installing the product.
If you need to open a hole in the vehicle chassis to attach or
wire the product, first check where the wire harness, gaso-
line tank, and electric wiring are located. Then open the hole
from outside if possible.
❑Never install the product in a location where it inter-
feres with your field of vision.
❑Never have the power cord branched to supply other
equipment with power.
❑After installation and wiring, you should check the
normal operation of other electrical equipment.
The continuation of their using in abnormal conditions may
cause fire, electrical shock or a traffic accident.
❑In the case of installation to an airbag-equipping
car, confirm warnings and cautions of the vehicle
manufacturer before installation.
❑Make sure the leads do not interfere with driving or
getting in and out of the vehicle.
❑Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuit-
ing.
Safety Information
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N 3
English
Safety
Information
Caution
Observe the following cautions when using this
unit.
❑Keep the sound volume at an appropriate level.
Keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and
traffic conditions while driving.
❑Do not insert or allow your hand or fingers to be
caught in the unit.
To prevent injury, do not get your hand or fingers caught in
moving parts or in the disc slot. Especially watch out for
infants.
❑This unit is designed for use exclusively in automo-
biles.
❑Do not operate the unit for a prolonged period with
the engine turned off.
Operating the audio system for a long period of time with the
engine turned off will drain the battery.
❑Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or exces-
sive heat.
Otherwise these will raise the interior temperature of the
unit, and it may lead to smoke, fire, or other damage to the
unit.
❑Do not use the product where it is exposed to water,
moisture, or dust.
Exposure of the unit to water, moisture, or dust may lead to
smoke, fire, or other damage to the unit. Make especially
sure that the unit does not get wet in car washes or on rainy
days.
Observe the following cautions when
installing.
❑Refer wiring and installation to qualified service
personnel.
Installation of this unit requires special skills and experience.
For maximum safety, have it installed by your dealer.
Panasonic is not liable for any problems resulting from your
own installation of the unit.
❑Follow the instructions to install and wire the prod-
uct.
Not following the instructions to properly install and wire the
product could cause an accident or fire.
❑Take care not to damage the leads.
When wiring, take care not to damage the leads. Prevent
them from getting caught in the vehicle chassis, screws, and
moving parts such as seat rails. Do not scratch, pull, bend or
twist the leads. Do not run them near heat sources or place
heavy objects on them. If leads must be run over sharp
metal edges, protect the leads by winding them with vinyl
tape or similar protection.
❑Use the designated parts and tools for installation.
Use the supplied or designated parts and appropriate tools
to install the product. The use of parts other than those sup-
plied or designated may result in internal damage to the unit.
Faulty installation may lead to an accident, a malfunction or
fire.
❑Do not block the air vent or the cooling plate of the
unit.
Blocking these parts will cause the interior of the unit to
overheat and will result in fire or other damage.
❑Do not install the product where it is exposed to
strong vibrations or is unstable.
Avoid slanted or strongly curved surfaces for installation. If
the installation is not stable, the unit may fall down while
driving and this can lead to an accident or injury.
❑Installation Angle
The product should be installed in a horizontal position with
the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than
30˚.
The user should bear in mind that in some areas there may
be restrictions on how and where this unit can be installed.
Consult your dealer for further details.
❑Wear gloves for safety. Make sure that wiring is
completed before installation.
❑To prevent damage to the unit, do not connect the
power connector until the whole wiring is complet-
ed.
❑Do not connect more than one speaker to one set of
speaker leads. (except for connecting to a tweeter)
Observe the following cautions when handling
the battery for the remote control unit.
●Use only specified battery (CR2025).
●Match the polarity of the battery with the (+) and (–) marks
in the battery case.
●Replace dead battery as soon as possible.
●Remove the battery from the remote control unit when not
using it for an extended period of time.
●Insulate the battery (by placing them in a plastic bag or cov-
ering them with vinyl tape) before disposal or storage.
●Dispose of the battery according to the local regulations.
●Do not disassemble, recharge, heat or short the battery. Do
not throw a battery into a fire or water.
In case of battery leakage
●Thoroughly wipe the battery liquid off the battery case and
insert new battery.
●If any part of your body or clothing comes into contact with
battery liquid, wash it with plenty of water.
●If battery liquid comes into contact with your eyes, wash
them with plenty of water and get immediate medical atten-
tion.
Refer to safety information of optional devices as well.
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4 CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Before Reading These Instructions
About
this
Book
This book is an instruction manual that explains how to
operate your purchased head unit and its remote control
as an accessory when the head unit is connected to
optional devices.
Head units to be targeted
¡ CQ-C7703N/C7303N
All illustrations throughout this manual represent model
CQ-C7703N unless otherwise specified.
System
Upgrade
Sample
Expansion Module (hub unit):
CY-EM100N (Option) (a Page 6)
Hands-Free Phone System:
CY-BT100N (Option)
(a Page 14)
DVD Changer
CX-DH801N
(Option) (a Page 8)
Head Unit: CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Monitor: CY-VM1500EX (Option)
iPod
(a Page 12)
Expansion Module
(CY-EM100N, option)
CD Changer
(CX-DP880, option)
Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer
(CA-CC30N, option)
System-up Connector
Direct Cable for iPod
(CA-DC300N, option)
Hands-Free Kit featuring
Bluetooth®
technology
(CY-BT100N, option)
iPod
Cellular Phone
Only 1 unit
Up to
4 units
CY-BT100U
CY-BT100U
Note:
¡ Refer to individual instruction and instal-
lation manuals for each device for detailed
installation and wiring.
Head Unit
CQ-C7703N/C7303N
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N 5
Contents
¡General 6
¡Disc Changer 8
¡iPod Control 12
¡Hands-Free Phone System 14
Common
Each
Source
¡Troubleshooting 16
As
Needed
English 2
Deutsch 18
Français 33
Nederlands 48
Svenska 63
Italiano 78
Español 93
Dansk 108
Polska 123
âe‰tina 138
Magyar 153
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ÒÒ
ÒÍ
ÍË
ËÈ
È 168
¡Safety Information 2
¡Before Reading These Instructions 4
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6 CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Connectable
Devices
General
DVD Changer
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic DVD changer unit (CX-DH801N). For details,
refer to the operating instructions for the DVD changer
unit. (a page 8, 10)
CD Changer
The optional adapter (Conversion Cable for DVD/CD
Changer: CA-CC30N) allows you to connect the optional
Panasonic CD changer unit (CX-DP880). For details, refer
to the operating instructions for the CD changer unit.
(a page 8)
iPod®
The optional adapter (Direct Cable for iPod: CA-DC300N)
allows you to connect the optional iPod series. (a page 12)
The iPod equipped with a dock connector is exclusively
connectable. Further information about the controllable
iPod is described below.
Controllable iPod/software version
¡ 3rd generation iPod/ver. 2.3
¡ 4th generation iPod/ver. 3.1
¡ iPod Photo/ver. 1.2
¡ iPod mini/ver. 1.4
¡ iPod nano/ver. 1.0
* Operation check has been completed with software
available at the end of October, 2005. We do not guar-
antee the operation with our future products or upgrad-
ed software.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
Hands-Free Phone System
You can connect the optional Hands-Free Phone System
(Hands-Free Kit featuring Bluetooth®
technology:
CY-BT100N). For details, refer to the operating
instructions for the Hands-Free Phone System.
(a page 14)
Note: This unit is designed only for receiving calls.
It cannot send calls.
Bluetooth®
The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd. is under
license. Other trademarks and trade name are those
of their respective owners.
Expansion Module (hub unit)
You can connect the optional Expansion Module (hub
unit) (CY-EM100N). Connection of the Expansion Module
allows you to simultaneously connect optional devices
mentioned before as well as other AV devices. For
details, refer to the operating instructions for the
Expansion Module.
Connectable devices
¡ CD changer (max. 1)
¡ iPod (max. 2)
¡ Hands-Free Phone System (max. 1)
Note: Market conditions regarding optional devices vary
with countries and regions. For further information,
consult your dealer.
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CQ-C7703N/C7303N 7
English
Radio
FM1, FM2, FM3, AM (a Operating Instructions)
Source
Selection
(SOURCE)
The source changes as follows every time
[SRC] (SOURCE) is pressed.
Player
When loading CD (a Operating Instructions)
When loading MP3/WMA disc (a Operating
Instructions)
AUX 1
Device connected to the AUX terminal of the this unit
System-up Connector
Device connected to the System-up Connector of this
unit
When optional devices are connected:
Shift to connected devices
When an expansion module is connected:
The devices connected to the ports 1 to 4 are activated
in sequence after shifting to AUX2 (devices connected
to the AUX terminal of the expansion module).
When connecting DVD Changer (a page 8, 10)
When connecting CD Changer (a page 8)
When connecting iPod (a page 12)
When connecting Expansion Module
General
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8 CQ-C7703N/C7303N
Disc Changer(When CDs or MP3 discs are loaded)
Connected an optional CD changer or an optional DVD changer can be controlled by this unit.
1 Load a magazine (discs).
When a magazine is already loaded, press [SRC]
(SOURCE) to select the CD changer mode.
The unit recognizes the magazine and starts playing
automatically.
2 Select a desired portion.
Disc selection
[}]: Next disc
[{]: Preceding disc
Folder up/Down
Only for DVD Changer
Hold down for 2 sec. or more.
[}] (FOLDER): Next folder
[{] (FOLDER): Preceding folder
Track/File selection
[7]: Next track/file
[6]: Preceding track/file (press twice)
Note: Hold down for fast forward/reverse.
Pause
Press [BAND] (y / 5).
Press again to cancel.
Disc number
Time
lights when the changer is
connected.
Play Mode indicators
lights when each mode is
activated.
(CD changer)
Changer indicator
Operation
Flow
CD
Changer
Mode
Display
(DVD changer)
(Disc Random, Only for CD changer)
(Disc Repeat)
(Disc Scan, Only for CD changer)
Track/file

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