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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: Car Kit
  • Model/name: CD-BTB200
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Owner’s Manual
Mode d’emploi
Bluetooth adapter
Adaptateur Bluetooth
CD-BTB200
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
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Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate
your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this man-
ual in a safe place for future reference.
Before You Start
About this unit 5
Operating environment 5
Visit our website 5
About this manual 5
In case of trouble 6
About Bluetooth 6
Resetting this unit 6
– Resetting this unit without erasing the
data about phone 6
– Resetting this unit with clearing all
memory 7
Bluetooth Telephone
Hands-free phoning with cellular phones
featuring Bluetooth wireless
technology 8
About the telephone source 9
– Standby mode 9
Setting up for hands-free phoning 9
Basic operation of hands-free phoning 10
– Making a phone call 10
– Taking a phone call 10
Introduction of advanced hands-free phoning
operation 11
Connecting a cellular phone 12
– Searching for available cellular
phones 12
– Using a cellular phone to initiate a
connection 12
Disconnecting a cellular phone 13
Registering connected cellular phone 13
Deleting a registered phone 13
Connecting to a registered cellular
phone 14
– Connecting to a registered phone
manually 14
– Connecting to a registered phone
automatically 14
Using the Phone Book 14
– Transferring entries to the Phone
Book 15
– Changing the Phone Book display
order 15
– Calling a number in the Phone
Book 15
– Searching a number in the Phone
Book 16
– Editing the name of a Phone Book
entry 16
– Editing phone numbers 17
– Clearing a Phone Book entry 17
Clearing memory 17
Using the Call History 18
– Displaying the Call History 18
– Calling a number from the Call
History 18
Using preset numbers 18
– Assigning preset numbers 18
– Recalling preset numbers 19
Making a call by entering phone number 19
Echo canceling and noise reduction 19
Switching the ring tone 19
Setting the automatic rejecting 20
Setting the automatic answering 20
Displaying BD (Bluetooth Device)
address 20
Bluetooth Audio
Listening to songs on BT Audio (Bluetooth
audio player) 21
Connecting a Bluetooth audio player 22
Playing songs on Bluetooth audio player 22
Disconnecting a Bluetooth audio player 23
Displaying BD (Bluetooth Device)
address 23
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Initial Settings
Entering PIN code for Bluetooth wireless
connection 24
Operating with different head units
Using as an external unit 25
Function compatibility charts 26
– Head unit group 1 26
– Head unit group 2 27
– Head unit group 3 29
– Head unit group 4 30
Connecting a cellular phone 31
– Using a cellular phone to initiate a
connection 32
Registering connected cellular phone 32
Disconnecting a cellular phone 32
Voice recognition 32
Setting the automatic answering 33
Connecting to a registered phone
automatically 33
Setting the ring tone 33
Displaying the device information of this
unit 33
Connecting a Bluetooth audio player 34
Disconnecting a Bluetooth audio player 34
Connections
Connecting the units 36
Installation
Installing this unit 37
– Mounting with Velcro fasteners 37
Installing the microphone 37
– When installing the microphone on the
sun visor 38
– When installing the microphone on the
steering column 38
Adjusting the microphone angle 39
Additional Information
Error messages 40
Specifications 40
Contents
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If you want to dispose this product, do not mix
it with general household waste. There is a se-
parate collection system for used electronic
products in accordance with legislation that re-
quires proper treatment, recovery and recy-
cling.
Private households in the 25 member states of
the EU, in Switzerland and Norway may return
their used electronic products free of charge
to designated collection facilities or to a retai-
ler (if you purchase a similar new one).
For countries not mentioned above, please
contact your local authorities for the correct
method of disposal.
By doing so you will ensure that your disposed
product undergoes the necessary treatment,
recovery and recycling and thus prevent po-
tential negative effects on the environment
and human health.
About this unit
This unit is the adapter for a Pioneer head unit
to connect cellular phone featuring Bluetooth
wireless technology for hands-free and listen
to songs on Bluetooth audio player.
! This unit is designed for use in vehicles
only.
CAUTION
! Do not allow this unit to come into contact
with liquids. Electrical shock could result.
Also, this unit damage, smoke, and overheat
could result from contact with liquids.
! Keep this manual handy as a reference for op-
erating procedures and precautions.
! Always keep the volume low enough so that
you can hear sounds from outside the vehicle.
! Protect this unit from moisture.
! Should this product fail to operate properly,
contact your dealer or nearest authorized
Pioneer Service Station.
Operating environment
This unit should be used within the tempera-
ture ranges shown below.
Operating temperature range: -10 °C to +60 °C
(14 °F to 140 °F)
EN300328 ETC test temperature: -20 °C and
+55 °C (-4 °F and 131 °F)
Visit our website
Visit us at the following site:
! Register your product. We will keep the de-
tails of your purchase on file to help you
refer to this information in the event of an
insurance claim such as loss or theft.
! We offer the latest information about
Pioneer Corporation on our website.
About this manual
Operate this unit with the connected head
unit. Instructions in this manual use AVH-
P7800DVD (Russian model) as an example of
head unit.
! When using with AVH-P6800DVD (Russian
model), refer to the operation manual sup-
plied with it for operating instructions.
Before You Start
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! When using the head units other than
AVH-P7800DVD (Russian model) and AVH-
P6800DVD (Russian model), refer to Using
as an external unit on page 25.
We recommend that you familiarize yourself
with the functions and their operation by read-
ing through the manual before you begin
using this unit. It is especially important that
you read and observe WARNINGs and CAU-
TIONs in this manual.
In case of trouble
Should this product fail to operate properly,
contact your dealer or nearest authorized
Pioneer Service Station.
About Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio con-
nectivity technology that is developed as a
cable replacement for mobile phones, hand-
held PCs and other devices. Bluetooth oper-
ates in 2.4 GHz frequency range and transmits
voice and data at speeds up to 1 megabit per
second. Bluetooth was launched by a special
interest group (SIG) that comprises of Ericsson
Inc., Intel Corp., Nokia Corp., Toshiba and IBM
in 1998, and it is currently developed by nearly
2 000 companies worldwide.
! The Bluetooth word mark and logos are
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation
is under license. Other trademarks and
trade names are those of their respective
owners.
Resetting this unit
CAUTION
Pressing RESET button of this unit with the igni-
tion switch ON (ACC ON) erasing the contents of
the unit’s memory.
Resetting this unit without
erasing the data about phone
Pressing RESET button of this unit lets you
reset the unit to its initial settings without
erasing the data about phone. However the
value of the following settings are cleared:
! PHONEBOOK NAME VIEW
! AUTO ANSWER
! REFUSE ALL CALLS
! RING TONE
! AUTO CONNECT
! ECHO CANCEL
When using as an external unit, the value of
the following settings are cleared:
! automatic answering
! automatic connection
! ring tone
This unit must be reset under the following
conditions:
! Prior to using this unit for the first time
after installation
! When this unit and the head unit are re-
connected
! If the unit fails to operate properly
! When strange or incorrect messages ap-
pear on the display
! If there appear to be problems with the op-
eration of the Hands-free Phoning function
1 Turn the ignition switch OFF.
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2 Press RESET with a pen tip or other
pointed instrument.
RESET button
Resetting this unit with
clearing all memory
To protect personal and private information,
data about the phone stored in this unit can
be deleted.
1 Turn the ignition switch to ACC or ON
position.
2 Press RESET with a pen tip or other
pointed instrument.
All memory is now completely cleared.
# It takes about 10 seconds to delete the data.
To make it sure, leave the ignition switch ACC or
ON position for 10 seconds after you operate the
deletion.
# Please confirm if all data have been comple-
tely cleared. For confirmation of the data status,
refer to Registering connected cellular phone on
page 13. If all phone’s statuses are blank, data
has been completely cleared.
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Hands-free phoning with
cellular phones featuring
Bluetooth wireless technology
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If your cellular phone features Bluetooth wire-
less technology, you can use this adapter to
connect to a Pioneer head unit for hands-free,
wireless calls, even while driving.
Important
Since this unit is on standby to connect with your
cellular phones via Bluetooth wireless technol-
ogy, using this unit without running the engine
can result in battery drainage.
1 Source icon
Shows which source has been selected.
2 Source name
Shows the selected source name.
3 Phone number
Shows the phone number you selected.
4 User number indicator
Shows the registration number of the cellu-
lar phone.
5 Device name
Shows the device name of the cellular
phone.
6 Voice recognition indicator
Shows when the voice recognition function
is on (for more details, refer to Voice recogni-
tion on page 10).
7 Incoming call notice indication
Shows when an incoming call has been re-
ceived and not checked yet.
8 Automatic answering indicator
Shows when the automatic answering func-
tion is on (for more details, refer to Setting
the automatic answering on page 20).
9 Battery strength indicator
Shows the battery strength of cellular
phone.
! Battery strength indicator may differ
from the actual battery strength.
! If the battery strength is not available,
nothing is displayed in the battery
strength indicator area.
a Signal level indicator
Shows the signal strength of cellular phone.
! Signal level indicator may differ from the
actual signal level.
! Depending on the cellular phones featur-
ing Bluetooth wireless technology, radio
field intensity is not available.
b Telephone indicator
Shows when a phone connection using
Bluetooth wireless technology is estab-
lished (for more details, refer to Connecting
a cellular phone on page 12).
c Preset dial list display
Shows the Preset dial list.
Notes
! This unit’s phone call reception is on standby
when ignition switch is set to ACC or ON.
Bluetooth Telephone
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! The line-of-sight distance between this unit
and your cellular phone must be 10 meters or
less for sending and receiving voice and data
via Bluetooth wireless technology. However,
the transmission distance may become short-
er than the estimated distance, depending on
the environment in use.
! In order to use Bluetooth wireless technology,
devices must be able to interpret certain pro-
files. This unit is compatible with the following
profiles.
— GAP (Generic Access Profile)
— SDP (Service Discovery Protocol)
— OPP (Object Push Profile)
— HSP (Head Set Profile)
— HFP (Hands Free Profile)
— A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Pro-
file)
— AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Pro-
file)
! When you use RDS (radio data system) or
DAB (digital audio broadcasting) and turn the
announcement standby on, phone call may be
interrupted by receiving an announcement
signal.
! When phone is selected as a source, volume
and equalizer curve are automatically chan-
ged to suitable settings for the phone source.
When the source is returned to another
source, volume and equalizer settings auto-
matically return to the original setting.
! Equalizer curve for the phone source is
fixed.
About the telephone source
Standby mode
Once connected via Bluetooth wireless tech-
nology, the head unit will remain on telephone
source standby in the background all the
while the connection is sustained. This means
you can freely use the other functions of the
head unit, but still be ready to receive a call.
% Touch the source icon and then touch
Telephone to select the telephone.
# When the source icon is not displayed, you
can display it by touching the screen.
Setting up for hands-free
phoning
Before you can use the hands-free phoning
function you will need to set up the unit for
use with your cellular phone. This entails es-
tablishing a Bluetooth wireless connection be-
tween this unit and your phone, registering
your phone with this unit, and adjusting the
volume level.
1 Connection
For detailed instructions on connecting your
phone to this unit via Bluetooth wireless tech-
nology, refer to Connecting a cellular phone on
page 12.
# Your phone should now be temporarily con-
nected; however, to make best use of the technol-
ogy, we recommend you register the phone to
this unit.
2 Registration
To register your temporarily connected phone,
refer to Registering connected cellular phone
on page 13.
3 Volume adjustment
Adjust the earpiece volume on your cellular
phone for comfort. When adjusted, the volume
level is memorized in this unit as the default
setting.
# Caller’s voice volume and ring volume may
vary depending on the type of cellular phones.
# If the difference between the ring volume and
caller’s voice volume is big, overall volume level
may become unstable.
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# Before disconnecting cellular phone from this
unit, make sure to adjust the volume to proper
level. If the volume has been muted (zero level)
on your cellular phone, the volume level of your
cellular phone remains muted even after the cel-
lular phone is disconnected from this unit.
Basic operation of hands-
free phoning
These are the basic operations to use hands-
free phoning via Bluetooth wireless technol-
ogy. More advanced hands-free phoning op-
erations are explained starting on Introduction
of advanced hands-free phoning operation on
the next page.
Important
Advanced operations that require your attention
such as dialing numbers on the monitor, using
phone book, etc., are prohibited while you are
driving. When you need to use these advanced
operations, stop your vehicle in a safe place and
operate.
Making a phone call
Voice recognition
If your cellular phone features voice recogni-
tion technology, you can make a call by voice
commands.
! Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone. Refer to the instruction
manual that came with your cellular phone
for detailed instructions.
! This function can be operated only when
the connection is established with HFP
(Hands Free Profile).
1 Touch VOICE to turn the voice recogni-
tion function on.
Voice dial icon appears on the information bar.
Voice recognition function is now ready.
# If your cellular phone does not feature voice
recognition function, you can not touch VOICE.
2 Pronounce the name of your contact.
Taking a phone call
Answering an incoming call
Even when a source other than Telephone is
selected or when this unit is turned off, you
can still answer incoming calls. If you set this
unit to automatically answering incoming
calls, refer to Setting the automatic answering
on page 20.
1 When a call comes in, touch .
# If the private mode is selected on the cellular
phone, hands-free phoning may not be per-
formed.
2 To end the call, touch .
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
# You may hear a noise when you disconnect
the phone.
Rejecting an incoming call
You can reject an incoming call. To reject all
incoming calls automatically, refer to Setting
the automatic rejecting on page 20.
% When a call comes in, touch .
The call is rejected.
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Note
The manually rejected call is recorded in missed
call history list. About the missed call history list,
refer to Using the Call History on page 18.
Answering a call waiting
If while you are talking on the phone another
call comes in, the number (or name if it is in
your phone book) of the new caller appears on
the display to signal that you have a call wait-
ing. You can put the first caller on hold while
you answer the call waiting, or you can choose
to reject the call.
1 Touch to answer a call waiting.
2 Touch to end the call.
# The caller you have been talking to is now on
hold. To end the call, both you and your caller
need to hang up the phone.
# While your callers hold the line, touching
switches between callers.
Rejecting a call waiting
If you would rather not interrupt your current
call to answer a call waiting, you can reject it.
% Touch to reject a call waiting.
# The number you have rejected is not added to
the call history list.
Introduction of advanced
hands-free phoning operation
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Important
To perform this operation, be sure to park your ve-
hicle and apply the parking brake.
1 Function display
Shows the function names.
1 Select Telephone as a source.
2 Touch AV MENU to display MENU.
MENU appears on the display.
# When AV MENU is not displayed, you can dis-
play it by touching the screen.
# You can also display MENU by clicking the
joystick.
3 Touch FUNCTION to display the func-
tion names.
The function names are displayed and oper-
able ones are highlighted.
# To return to the previous display, touch BACK.
# To return to the playback display, touch
ESC.
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Connecting a cellular phone
To use a phone wirelessly with this unit, it is
necessary first to establish a connection using
Bluetooth wireless technology. There are sev-
eral ways you can do this.
! Connection is normally established by HFP,
which gives you a full control of functions
available on the telephone source. How-
ever, in some cases when you make con-
nection from your cellular phone, the
connection may be made by HSP and sev-
eral functions may not be available.
! A phone may be connected via Bluetooth
wireless technology but not yet registered
with this unit. In this case it is said to be
temporarily connected, and the available
features are limited. To take full advantage
of all the features available, we recommend
you register your phone with this unit.
Refer to Registering connected cellular
phone on the next page for more on this.
Searching for available cellular
phones
You can have this unit search for any available
phones in the area that have Bluetooth wire-
less technology, then select which you want to
connect to from a list displayed on-screen.
1 Touch PHONE CONNECT on the function
menu.
2 Touch Search to search for available cel-
lular phones.
While searching, SEARCHING is displayed.
When available cellular phones featuring
Bluetooth wireless technology are found, de-
vice names or Name Not Found (if names
cannot be obtained) are displayed.
# If this unit fails to find any available cellular
phones, NOT FOUND is displayed.
3 Touch the device name you want to
connect.
While connecting, CONNECTING is displayed.
To complete the connection, please check the
device name (Pioneer BT unit) and enter the
link code on your cellular phone. If the con-
nection is established, CONNECTED is dis-
played.
# The link code is set to 0000 as default. You
can change this code in the initial setting. Refer
to Entering PIN code for Bluetooth wireless con-
nection on page 24.
Using a cellular phone to
initiate a connection
Putting the unit in Connection open mode al-
lows you to establish a Bluetooth wireless con-
nection from your phone. You may need to
refer to the operation manual that came with
your phone if you are unsure how to initiate a
connection from your phone.
1 Touch PHONE CONNECT on the function
menu.
2 Touch CONNECTION OPEN.
The unit is now on standby for connection
from cellular phone.
3 Use cellular phone to connect to this
unit.
# Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone. Refer to the instruction man-
ual that came with your cellular phone for de-
tailed instructions.
# You may need to enter the link code on your
cellular phone to complete the connection.
# The link code is set to 0000 as default. You
can change this code in the initial setting. Refer
to Entering PIN code for Bluetooth wireless con-
nection on page 24.
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Disconnecting a cellular phone
When you are done using your phone with this
unit, you can close the Bluetooth wireless con-
nection.
1 Touch PHONE CONNECT on the function
menu.
2 Touch DISCONNECT to disconnect the
currently connected cellular phone from
this unit.
After the disconnection is completed,
NO CONNECTION is displayed.
Registering connected
cellular phone
You can register a phone that is temporarily
connected to this unit in order to take full ad-
vantage of the features available with Blue-
tooth wireless technology. A total of five
phones can be registered: three user cellular
phones and two guest phones. When regis-
tered as a user phone, all the possible func-
tions are available for use. When registered as
a guest phone, some functions are limited.
1 Touch PHONE REGISTER on the function
menu.
2 Touch and hold one of the registration
assignments to register the currenctly con-
nected phone.
Select from the following:
1 (user 1)—2 (user 2)—3 (user 3)—G (guest 1)
— G (guest 2)
If the registration is succeeded, the device
name of the connected phone is displayed in
the selected assignment.
# If the assignment is empty, the device name is
not displayed. If the assignment is already taken,
the device name appears. To replace an assign-
ment with a new phone, first delete the current
assignment. For more detailed instructions, see
Deleting a registered phone on this page.
# If the registration failed, device name of the
connected phone is not displayed in the selected
assignment. In this case, return to step 1 and try
again.
Note
Audio adjustment can be set independently for
each user.
Deleting a registered phone
If you no longer need to use a registered
phone with this unit, you can delete it from the
registration assignment for another phone.
1 Touch PHONE REGISTER on the function
menu.
2 Touch DELETE next to the device name
you want to delete.
A confirmation display appears. Touch YES to
delete the phone.
# It takes about 10 seconds to delete the data.
To make it sure, leave the ignition switch ACC or
ON position for 10 seconds after you operate the
deletion.
# To cancel deleting a registered phone, touch
NO.
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Connecting to a registered
cellular phone
Once your phone is registered with this unit it
is a simple matter to establish a Bluetooth
wireless connection, either manually by select-
ing a registration assignment, or automatically
when a registered phone is within range.
Connecting to a registered
phone manually
Select a phone from the registration assign-
ments to connect to the phone manually.
1 Touch PHONE CONNECT on the function
menu.
2 Touch DIRECT CONNECT.
3 Touch the device name you want to
connect.
While connecting, CONNECTING is flashing.
If the connection is established, CONNECTED
is displayed.
Connecting to a registered
phone automatically
When Automatic Connection is active the unit
will automatically establish a connection with
a registered phone when it comes into range.
! If this unit fails to find registered phones,
this unit connects automatically to a phone
registered as 1 (user 1).
! This feature may not work with all phones.
If your registered phone fails to connect
with automatic connection, use the manual
connection method explained in Connect-
ing to a registered phone manually on this
page.
! With some cellular phones, you may be re-
quired to make a confirmation on the cellu-
lar phone in connecting to this unit. In
such case, the connection may not be
made until you confirm it on the phone
even if the Automatic Connection of this
unit is set to on. If possible, set your cellu-
lar phone to not seeking a confirmation for
the Bluetooth connection. For details,
please refer to the operation manual that
came with your cellular phone.
! This feature is not possible if you are play-
ing back songs on your Bluetooth audio
player via Bluetooth wireless technology. In
such case, stop the playback and switch to
another source for your cellular phone to
connect to this unit through this function.
! While you are operating in the function
menu of Telephone source or BT AUDIO
source, this unit does not initiate an auto-
matic connection to your registered phone.
! This feature cannot be set for each different
user phone.
% Touch AUTO CONNECT on the function
menu to turn the Automatic Connection
function on.
If your cellular phone is set ready for Bluetooth
wireless connection, the connection to this
unit will be automatically established.
# To turn automatic connection off, touch
AUTO CONNECT again.
Using the Phone Book
The Phone Book can store up to 500 names
and numbers. Use the Phone Book to browse
for numbers on the unit’s display and select
numbers to call. Names and phone numbers
stored in a registered user phone’s address
book can be transferred to the Phone Book, al-
lowing you to fill the Phone Book quickly and
easily with your contacts.
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! The maximum number of characters which
can be displayed is different depending on
your cellular phone. This unit can display
up to 24 to 48 letters.
Transferring entries to the
Phone Book
To populate the Phone Book you can transfer
the numbers in a registered user phone’s ad-
dress book.
The Phone Book can hold a total of 500 en-
tries; 300 from User 1, 150 from User 2, and 50
from User 3.
! Once the transferring Phone Book function
starts, the Bluetooth connection is discon-
nected and the hands-free phoning is not
possible. In order to restart the hands-free
phoning, connect your cellular phone to
this unit again. If the automatic connection
of this unit is turned on, however, the con-
nection will be automatically established
several tens of seconds after the phone is
disconnected for the transferring.
! Some symbols used in the phone number
of the phone book entries cannot be trans-
ferred to this unit. Only +, # and * can be
correctly recognized by this unit.
! With some cellular phones, it may not be
possible to transfer whole phone book at a
time. In this case, transfer phone book en-
tries one by one from your phone by using
your cellular phone.
! Depending on the cellular phone con-
nected via Bluetooth wireless technology,
this unit cannot display the Phone Book
correctly. (Some characters may be
garbled.)
! If the phone book in the cellular phone con-
tains image data, phone book may not be
correctly transferred.
1 Touch PHONEBOOK TRANSFER on the
function menu.
2 Touch START to turn the Phone Book
Transfer function on.
The Phone Book Transfer is now on standby.
3 Use cellular phone to perform phone
book transfer.
Perform phone book transfer using the cellu-
lar phone. For detailed instruction on this,
refer to the instruction manual that came with
your cellular phone.
# While transferring the phone book, hourglass
icon is displayed.
# The display indicates how many entries have
been transferred and the total number to be
transferred.
# To cancel the transferring process, touch
STOP.
4 Completed is displayed and phone
book transfer is completed.
Changing the Phone Book
display order
You can choose to display the Phone Book
sorted alphabetically by first name or last
name.
! With some cellular phones, this feature
may not be possible.
% Touch PHONEBOOK NAME VIEW on the
function menu to turn Phone Book Name
View function on.
Display order for the Phone Book is changed.
# To change to the other display order, touch
PHONEBOOK NAME VIEW again.
Calling a number in the Phone
Book
You can select the entry in the Phone Book
and make the call.
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1 Touch PHONE BOOK to display the
Phone Book.
2 Touch a Phone Book entry you want to
call.
The display is switched to the Phone Book edit
display.
# Touch PREV or NEXT to display other phone
book entries.
3 Touch phone number of the Phone
Book entry you want to call.
If several phone numbers are entered to an
entry, touch one you want to call.
The display returns to the normal display and
the Phone Book entry you selected is dis-
played on the information bar.
4 Touch to make a call.
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
# For an international call, touch add "+" to add
+ to the phone number.
5 To end the call, touch .
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
Searching a number in the
Phone Book
After finding the number in the Phone Book
you want to call, you can select the entry and
make the call.
1 Touch PHONE BOOK to display the
Phone Book.
2 Touch SEARCH to display the Phone
Book search display.
3 Touch an alphabet letter to select the
first letter of the name you are looking for.
4 Touch ENTER to show entries starting
with the letter you chose.
The display shows the first six Phone Book en-
tries starting with that letter (e.g. “Ben”,
“Brian” and “Burt” when “B” is selected).
# Touch PREV or NEXT to display other phone
book entries.
# To refine the search with a different letter,
touch CLEAR.
5 Touch a Phone Book entry and make a
call.
See step two to five on Calling a number in the
Phone Book on the previous page for how to
do this.
Editing the name of a Phone
Book entry
You can edit the names of Phone Book entries.
Each name can be up to 16 characters long.
1 Touch PHONE BOOK to display the
Phone Book.
2 Select a Phone Book entry you want to
edit.
See step two to three on Calling a number in
the Phone Book on the previous page for how
to do this.
3 Touch EDIT next to the Phone Book
entry name.
The display is changed to the Phone Book edit
display.
4 Touch 123 or ABC to select the desired
character type.
Touching ABC switches the character types in
the following order.
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Alphabet (upper case), numbers and symbols
—alphabet (lower case)—numbers and sym-
bols—Russian characters
# Only when you use a Russian model, you can
switch the character type to Russian.
5 Touch a letter to enter.
# To delete a character and leave a space, touch
.
6 Touch MEMORY to store the new
name.
Editing phone numbers
You can edit the phone numbers of Phone
Book entries.
1 Touch PHONE BOOK to display the
Phone Book.
2 Select a Phone Book entry you want to
edit.
See step two to three on Calling a number in
the Phone Book on page 15 for how to do this.
3 Touch EDIT next to the phone number
you want to edit.
The display is changed to the Phone Book dial
edit display.
4 Touch 0—9 to input numbers.
# For an international call, touch add "+" to add
+ to the phone number.
# Touch CLEAR to delete the number.
5 Touch c or d to move the cursor and
edit the number.
Repeat these steps until you have finished
changing.
6 Touch ENTER to store the new number.
Clearing a Phone Book entry
You can delete Phone Book entries in the
Phone Book one by one.
To clear all of your entries in the Phone Book,
refer to Clearing memory on this page.
1 Touch PHONE BOOK to display the
Phone Book.
2 Select a Phone Book entry you want to
delete.
See step two to three on Calling a number in
the Phone Book on page 15 for how to do this.
3 Touch DELETE to delete the Phone Book
entry.
A confirmation display appears. Touch YES to
delete the entry.
# It takes about 10 seconds to delete the data.
To make it sure, leave the ignition switch ACC or
ON position for 10 seconds after you operate the
deletion.
# If you do not want to clear a Phone Book entry
that you have selected, touch NO.
Clearing memory
You can clear memory of each item; Phone
Book, dialled/received/missed call history list
and preset phone number.
1 Touch CLEAR MEMORY on the function
menu.
2 Touch CLEAR next to the item you want
to delete from the memory.
Select from the following:
PHONE BOOK (phone book)—DIALED CALLS
(dialled call history)—RECEIVED CALLS (re-
ceived call history)—MISSED CALLS (missed
call history)—PRESET DIALS (preset phone
numbers)
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After selecting a desired item, a confirmation
display appears. Touch OK to delete the mem-
ory.
# If you want to clear all the Phone Book,
dialled/received/missed call history list and pre-
set phone number, touch CLEAR ALL.
# It takes about 10 seconds to delete the data.
To make it sure, leave the ignition switch ACC or
ON position for 10 seconds after you operate the
deletion.
# If you do not want to clear memory that you
have selected, touch CANCEL.
Using the Call History
The 12 most recent calls made (dialled), re-
ceived and missed, are stored in the Call His-
tory. You can browse the Call History and call
numbers from it.
Displaying the Call History
The Call History is divided into three groups:
Missed calls, Dialled calls, and Received calls.
You can see the number (and name if the
number is in the Phone Book).
% Touch LOG to display the Call History.
Touching LOG repeatedly switches between
the following call histories:
Missed call — Dialled call — Received call
# If no phone numbers have been stored in the
selected list, nothing is displayed.
# You can switch between phone number and
name (if entered) by touching ABC/123.
Calling a number from the Call
History
1 Display the list and select a phone num-
ber.
Display the phone number you want to make a
call.
2 Touch a phone number or name (if en-
tered) you want to call.
The display returns to the normal display and
the phone number you selected is displayed
on the information bar.
# Touch PREV or NEXT to display other phone
number or name (if entered).
3 Touch to make a call.
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
# For an international call, touch add "+" to add
+ to the phone number.
4 To end the call, touch .
Using preset numbers
Assigning preset numbers
Numbers that you dial frequently can be as-
signed to presets for quick recall.
You can assign up to six frequently called
phone numbers to number presets (P 1-P 6).
1 Select a desired phone number from
the Phone Book or the Call History.
See the instructions explained in previous
pages for how to select a desired phone num-
ber from the Phone Book or the Call History.
The display should now be the normal display
and the selected phone number is displayed
on the information bar.
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2 Touch LIST to display preset numbers
P 1-P 6.
3 Keep touching one of P 1-P 6 to preset
the phone number.
The phone number you selected is stored in
presets.
# Up to 30 phone numbers (six phone numbers
for each of the three registered phones and two
guest phones) can be stored in memory.
Recalling preset numbers
You can easily recall the preset phone num-
bers.
1 Touch LIST to display preset numbers
P 1-P 6.
Preset numbers P 1-P 6 appear in the display.
2 Touch one of preset numbers P 1-P 6.
The selected phone number should now be
displayed on the information bar.
3 Touch to make a call.
4 To end the call, touch .
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
Making a call by entering
phone number
You can make a call by directly entering phone
numbers on this unit.
1 Touch DIRECT to display the direct dial
display.
2 Touch 0—9 to input numbers.
# For an international call, touch add "+" to add
+ to the phone number.
# Touch CLEAR to delete the number.
# Up to 24 digits can be entered.
3 When you completed entering the
number, touch to make a call.
4 To end the call, touch .
The estimated call time appears in the display
(this may differ slightly from the actual call
time).
Echo canceling and noise
reduction
When you are operating hands-free phoning
in the vehicle, you may hear undesired echo.
This function reduces the echo and noise and
keeps a certain sound quality.
! This feature cannot be set for each different
user phone.
% Touch ECHO CANCEL on the function
menu to turn Echo Cancel function on.
# To turn echo canceling off, touch
ECHO CANCEL again.
Switching the ring tone
The unit offers you to turn the ring tone for in-
coming calls on or off.
! The ring tone you select for this unit has no
effect on the ring tone used by your phone.
If you do not want your phone and this unit
to ring at the same time, we recommend
you turn the ring tone of one or the other
off.
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% Touch RING TONE on the function menu
to turn the ring tone on.
# To turn the ring tone off, touch RING TONE
again.
Setting the automatic
rejecting
If this function is on, this unit automatically re-
jects all incoming calls.
! This feature cannot be set for each different
user phone.
! The rejected call is not memorized in re-
ceived or missed call history list.
% Touch REFUSE ALL CALLS on the func-
tion menu to turn the automatic call rejec-
tion on.
ON appears in the display.
# To turn the automatic call rejection off, touch
REFUSE ALL CALLS again.
Setting the automatic
answering
If this function is on, this unit automatically
answers all incoming calls.
! This feature cannot be set for each different
user phone.
% Touch AUTO ANSWER on the function
menu to turn the automatic answer on.
ON appears in the display.
# To turn the automatic answer off, touch
AUTO ANSWER again.
Note
If both the automatic reject and automatic an-
swer functions are set to on, the automatic reject
is prioritized and all incoming calls are automati-
cally rejected.
Displaying BD (Bluetooth
Device) address
Each device featuring Bluetooth wireless tech-
nology is allocated a unique 48-bit device ad-
dress. Each device address consists of a 12-
digit of hexadecimal string.
You can display the BD address of your cellu-
lar phone and this unit.
Should this unit fails to operate properly and
you consult with dealer for repair, you may be
asked to indicate the system versions of this
unit and of Bluetooth module. You can display
the versions and confirm them.
% Touch DEVICE INFO on the function
menu to display the BD address.
Various information regarding the bluetooth
wireless technology are displayed.
! BD ADDRESS (system address)
! SYSTEM NAME (system name)
! SYSTEM VER. (version)
! BT MODULE VER. (Bluetooth module
version)
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Listening to songs on BT Audio
(Bluetooth audio player)
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If you connect this adapter to a Pioneer head
unit, you can control a Bluetooth audio player
via Bluetooth wireless technology.
Important
! This unit can control a Bluetooth audio player
via A2DP or AVRCP profile. Bluetooth audio
players (or Bluetooth adapters) compatible
with those profiles can be connected to this
unit.
— A2DP profile (Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile): Only playing back songs on your
audio player is possible.
— AVRCP profile (Audio/Video Remote Con-
trol Profile): Playing back, pausing, select-
ing songs, etc., are possible.
! Since there are a number of Bluetooth audio
players available on the market, operations
with your Bluetooth audio player using this
unit vary in great range. Please refer to the in-
struction manual that came with your Blue-
tooth audio player as well as this manual
while operating your player on this unit.
! Information about songs (e.g. the elapsed
playing time, song title, song index, etc.) can-
not be displayed on this unit.
! While you are listening to songs on your Blue-
tooth audio player, please refrain from operat-
ing on your cellular phone as much as
possible. If you try operating on your cellular
phone, the signal from your cellular phone
may cause a noise on the song playback.
! When you are talking on the cellular phone
connected to this unit via Bluetooth wireless
technology, the song playback from your Blue-
tooth audio player connected to this unit is
muted.
! Even if while you are listening to song on your
Bluetooth audio player you switch to another
source, the playback of song continues to
elapse.
1 Source icon
Shows which source has been selected.
2 Source name
Shows the selected source name.
3 Device name
Shows the device name of the connected
Bluetooth audio player (or Bluetooth adap-
ter).
4 Bluetooth audio indicator
Shows when a Bluetooth audio player con-
nection is established (for more details,
refer to Connecting a Bluetooth audio player
on the next page).
% Touch the source icon and then touch
BT AUDIO to select the Bluetooth audio
source.
Note
The line-of-sight distance between this unit and
your cellular phone must be 10 meters or less for
sending and receiving voice and data via Blue-
tooth wireless technology. However, the transmis-
sion distance may become shorter than the
estimated distance, depending on the environ-
ment in use.
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Connecting a Bluetooth
audio player
1 Function display
Shows the function names.
For this unit to control your Bluetooth audio
player it needs to establish a Bluetooth wire-
less connection.
This function initiates the connection via Blue-
tooth wireless technology.
1 Touch AV MENU to display MENU.
MENU appears on the display.
# When AV MENU is not displayed, you can dis-
play it by touching the screen.
# You can also display MENU by clicking the
joystick.
2 Touch FUNCTION to display the func-
tion names.
The function names are displayed and oper-
able ones are highlighted.
# To return to the previous display, touch BACK.
# To return to the playback display, touch ESC.
3 Touch CONNECTION OPEN.
ON is displayed. This unit is now on standby
for connection from Bluetooth audio player.
If your Bluetooth audio player is set ready for
Bluetooth wireless connection, connection to
this unit will be automatically established.
Note
Before you can use audio players you may need
to enter the PIN code into this unit. If your player
requires a PIN code to establish a connection,
look for the code on the player or in its accompa-
nying documentation. Enter the PIN code refer-
ring to Entering PIN code for Bluetooth wireless
connection on page 24.
Playing songs on Bluetooth
audio player
Important
Operation varies depending on the type of your
Bluetooth audio player. Refer to the instruction
manual that came with your Bluetooth audio
player for detailed instructions.
1 Touch f.
Playback starts.
# When you want to pause a song, touch f
again.
2 To skip back or forward to another
track, touch o or p.
Touching p skips to the start of the next
track. Touching o once skips to the start of
the current track. Touching it again will skip to
the previous track.
# You can also skip back or forward to another
track by pressing c or d button or moving the
joystick left or right.
3 To perform fast forward or reverse,
keep touching o or p.
# You can also perform fast reverse/fast forward
by pressing and holding c or d button or holding
the joystick left or right.
# When you perform fast forward or reverse,
there is a sound or not. This difference depends
on the Bluetooth audio player which you use.
4 To stop playback, touch g.
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Disconnecting a Bluetooth
audio player
When you are done using your Bluetooth
audio player with this unit, you can close the
Bluetooth wireless connection.
1 Touch AV MENU to display MENU.
MENU appears on the display.
# When AV MENU is not displayed, you can dis-
play it by touching the screen.
# You can also display MENU by clicking the
joystick.
2 Touch FUNCTION to display the func-
tion names.
The function names are displayed and oper-
able ones are highlighted.
# To return to the previous display, touch BACK.
# To return to the playback display, touch ESC.
3 Touch DISCONNECT.
After the disconnection is completed,
Disconnected is displayed.
Displaying BD (Bluetooth
Device) address
Each device featuring Bluetooth wireless tech-
nology is allocated a unique 48-bit device ad-
dress. Each device address consists of a 12-
digit of hexadecimal string.
You can display the BD address of this unit.
Should this unit fails to operate properly and
you consult with dealer for repair, you may be
asked to indicate the system versions of this
unit and of Bluetooth module. You can display
the versions and confirm them.
1 Touch AV MENU to display MENU.
MENU appears on the display.
# When AV MENU is not displayed, you can dis-
play it by touching the screen.
# You can also display MENU by clicking the
joystick.
2 Touch FUNCTION to display the func-
tion names.
The function names are displayed and oper-
able ones are highlighted.
# To return to the previous display, touch BACK.
# To return to the playback display, touch ESC.
3 Touch DEVICE INFO to display the BD
address.
Various information regarding the bluetooth
wireless technology are displayed.
! BD ADDRESS (system address)
! SYSTEM NAME (system name)
! SYSTEM VER. (version)
! BT MODULE VER. (Bluetooth module
version)
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Entering PIN code for
Bluetooth wireless connection
With some Bluetooth audio players, you may
be required to enter to this unit in advance
PIN code of your Bluetooth audio player, in
order to set this unit ready for a connection
from your Bluetooth audio player.
1 Touch the source icon and then touch
OFF to turn this unit off.
# When the source icon is not displayed, you
can display it by touching the screen.
2 Touch AV MENU and then touch INITIAL
to display the function names.
The function names are displayed and oper-
able ones are highlighted.
# When AV MENU is not displayed, you can dis-
play it by touching the screen.
# You can also display MENU by clicking the
joystick.
# To go to the next group of function names,
touch NEXT.
# To return to the previous group of function
names, touch PREV.
# To return to the previous display, touch BACK.
# To return to the display of each source, touch
ESC.
3 Touch PINCODE INPUT.
PIN code input display appears.
4 Touch 0—9 to input the PIN code of
your Bluetooth audio player.
# Touch C to delete the number.
5 After inputting PIN code (up to 16 di-
gits), touch ENTER.
The PIN code you entered is stored in this
unit.
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Using as an external unit
The following head units operate this unit as
an external unit. For more details about the ex-
ternal unit, refer to the head unit’s manual.
! 1KEY to 6KEY doesn’t be used to operate
this unit.
! When selecting TEL as a source,
AUTO/MANUAL (A/M) doesn’t be used to
operate this unit.
! When selecting BT AUDIO as a source,
FUNC3 (F3)/FUNCTION3 and FUNC4 (F4)/
FUNCTION4 doesn’t be used to operate
this unit.
Head unit group 1
The following head units featuring FUNCTION
button operation or SOFT KEY operation.
DEH-P9600MP, DEX-P90RS, DEH-P7700MP,
DEH-P7600MP, DEH-P77MP*1
, DEH-P6800MP,
DEH-P6700MP, DEH-P6600R, DEH-P5900MP,
DEH-P5800MP, DEH-P5700MP, DEH-P5600MP,
DEH-P55BT*2
, DEH-P4800MP, DEH-P3600MP,
DEH-P2600R, DEH-P40MP
, DVH-P580MP,
DVH-P5000MP, KEH-P7020R, KEH-P6020R
Head unit group 2
The following head units featuring
MULTI-CONTROL operation.
DEH-P8600MP, DEH-P88RS, DEH-P80MP,
DEH-P70BT*2
Head unit group 3
The following head units featuring touch
panel key operation.
AVH-P7500DVDN, AVH-P6600DVD, AVH-
P5700DVD
Head unit group 4
RS-D7R, RS-D7RN
Important
! Since this unit is on standby to connect with
your cellular phones via Bluetooth wireless
technology, using this unit without running
the engine can result in battery drainage.
! In order to use Bluetooth wireless technology,
devices must be able to interpret certain pro-
files. When using as an external unit, this unit
is compatible with the following profiles.
— GAP (Generic Access Profile)
— SDP (Service Discovery Protocol)
— HSP (Head Set Profile)
— HFP (Hands Free Profile)
— A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Pro-
file)
— AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Pro-
file)
! This unit can control a Bluetooth audio player
via A2DP or AVRCP profile. Bluetooth audio
players (or Bluetooth adapters) compatible
with those profiles can be connected to this
unit.
— A2DP profile (Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile): Only playing back songs on your
audio player is possible.
— AVRCP profile (Audio/Video Remote Con-
trol Profile): Playing back, pausing, select-
ing songs, etc., are possible.
! When using this unit as an external unit, the
PIN code is set to 0000. You can not change
the PIN code. This unit can connect only the
Bluetooth audio player which request 0000 as
the PIN code or does not request any PIN
code.
*1
It is necessary to use remote control (sold separately) to perform the operations by a/b/c/d.
*2
You can use this unit as an external unit to control only the Bluetooth audio functions.
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! Since there are a number of Bluetooth audio
players available on the market, operations
with your Bluetooth audio player using this
unit vary in great range. Please refer to the in-
struction manual that came with your Blue-
tooth audio player as well as this manual
while operating your player on this unit.
! Information about songs (e.g. the elapsed
playing time, song title, song index, etc.) can-
not be displayed on this unit.
! While you are listening to songs on your Blue-
tooth audio player, please refrain from operat-
ing on your cellular phone as much as
possible. If you try operating on your cellular
phone, the signal from your cellular phone
may cause a noise on the song playback.
! When you are talking on the cellular phone
connected to this unit via Bluetooth wireless
technology, the song playback from your Blue-
tooth audio player connected to this unit is
muted.
! Even if while you are listening to song on your
Bluetooth audio player you switch to another
source, the playback of song continues to
elapse.
! Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone and Bluetooth audio
player. Refer to the instruction manual that
came with them for detailed instructions.
Notes
! This unit’s phone call reception is on standby
when ignition switch is set to ACC or ON.
! The line-of-sight distance between this unit
and your cellular phone must be 10 meters or
less for sending and receiving voice and data
via Bluetooth wireless technology. However,
the transmission distance may become short-
er than the estimated distance, depending on
the environment in use.
! TEL and BT AUDIO are set to the same vo-
lume and the same SLA (Source Level Adjust-
ment) volume. Change the volume value for
TEL or BT AUDIO each time, if needed.
! If the remote control have PGM button, you
can perform following operations with it:
— When selecting TEL as a source, you can
scroll a phone number in the call history.
— When selecting BT AUDIO as a source,
you can pause a song.
Function compatibility charts
Head unit group 1
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Put the unit in VOICE
ON mode*
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
BAND.
Take a phone call
When a call comes in, press
a.
End a call Press b.
Display the received/
missed call history
Press c.
Display the dialled
call history
Press d.
Select a phone num-
ber from the dialled
or received/missed
call history
When displaying the dialled
or received/missed call his-
tory, press c or d.
If you want to return to the
telephone standby display,
press b.
Make a call
When selecting a phone
number from the dialled and
received call history, press a.
* You can use this function if your cellular phone features voice recognition technology.
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Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Select a function
When selecting TEL as a
source, press FUNCTION
(FUNC).
Scroll a phone num-
ber in the call history
When selecting TEL as a
source, press a or b in
FUNC1 (F1).
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold a or
b in FUNC1 (F1).
Put the unit in RE-
GIST mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press a or b in
FUNC2 (F2).
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold a or
b in FUNC2 (F2).
Turn the automatic
answering on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press a or b in
FUNC3 (F3).
Turn the automatic
connection on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold a or
b in FUNC3 (F3).
Turn the ring tone on
or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press a or b in
FUNC4 (F4).
Display and switch
the device informa-
tion
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold a or
b in FUNC4 (F4).
Controls of Bluetooth audio
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Skip back or forward
to another song*1
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press c or d.
Fast forward/re-
verse*2
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
c or d.
Controls of Bluetooth audio
Select a function
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press FUNC-
TION (FUNC).
Pause a song
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press a or b in
FUNC1 (F1).
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
a or b in FUNC1 (F1).
Play songs
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press a or b in
FUNC2 (F2).
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
a or b in FUNC2 (F2).
Switch between
AUTO and MANUAL
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press c or d in
AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
Note
When using as an external unit, this unit doesn't
automatically return to the original source after a
phone call. Select a desired source manually
after a phone call.
Head unit group 2
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Put the unit in VOICE
ON mode*3
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
BAND.
Take a phone call
When a call comes in, push
MULTI-CONTROL up.
*1
You can use this function when you select AUTO in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
*2
You can use this function when you select MANUAL in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
*3
You can use this function if your cellular phone features voice recognition technology.
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Controls of Bluetooth telephone
End a call
Push MULTI-CONTROL
down.
Display the received/
missed call history
Push MULTI-CONTROL left.
Display the dialled
call history
Push MULTI-CONTROL
right.
Select a phone num-
ber from the dialled
or received/missed
call history
When displaying the dialled
or received/missed call his-
tory, push MULTI-CONTROL
left or right.
If you want to return to the
telephone standby display,
push MULTI-CONTROL
down.
Make a call
When selecting a phone
number from the dialled and
received call history, push
MULTI-CONTROL up.
Select a function
When selecting TEL as a
source, use MULTI-CON-
TROL.
Scroll a phone num-
ber in the call history
When selecting TEL as a
source, press MULTI-CON-
TROL in FUNC1 (F1).
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC1
(F1).
Put the unit in RE-
GIST mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press MULTI-CON-
TROL in FUNC2 (F2).
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC2
(F2).
Turn the automatic
answering on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press MULTI-CON-
TROL in FUNC3 (F3).
Turn the automatic
connection on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC3
(F3).
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Turn the ring tone on
or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press MULTI-CON-
TROL in FUNC4 (F4).
Display and switch
the device informa-
tion
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC4
(F4).
Controls of Bluetooth audio
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Skip back or forward
to another song*1
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, push MULTI-
CONTROL left or right.
Fast forward/re-
verse*2
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, push and hold
MULTI-CONTROL left or
right.
Select a function
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, use MULTI-
CONTROL.
Pause a song
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press MULTI-
CONTROL in FUNC1 (F1).
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC1
(F1).
Play songs
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press MULTI-
CONTROL in FUNC2 (F2).
*1
You can use this function when you select AUTO in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
*2
You can use this function when you select MANUAL in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
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Controls of Bluetooth audio
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
MULTI-CONTROL in FUNC2
(F2).
Switch between
AUTO and MANUAL
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press MULTI-
CONTROL in AUTO/MAN-
UAL (A/M).
Note
When using as an external unit, this unit doesn't
automatically return to the original source after a
phone call. Select a desired source manually
after a phone call.
Head unit group 3
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, touch
BAND.
Put the unit in VOICE
ON mode*1
When selecting TEL as a
source, keep touching
BAND.
Take a phone call
When a call comes in, tou-
cha.
End a call Touch b.
Display the received/
missed call history
Touch c.
Display the dialled
call history
Touch d.
Select a phone num-
ber from the dialled
or received/missed
call history
When displaying the dialled
or received/missed call his-
tory, touch c or d.
If you want to return to the
telephone standby display,
touch b.
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Make a call
When selecting a phone
number from the dialled and
received call history, touch
a.
Select a function
When selecting TEL as a
source, touch AV MENU and
then touch FUNCTION.
Scroll a phone num-
ber in the call history
When selecting TEL as a
source, touch ab in FUNC-
TION1.
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, keep touching ab in
FUNCTION1.
Put the unit in RE-
GIST mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, touch ab in FUNC-
TION2.
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, keep touching ab in
FUNCTION2.
Turn the automatic
answering on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, touch ab in FUNC-
TION3.
Turn the automatic
connection on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, keep touching ab in
FUNCTION3.
Turn the ring tone on
or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, touch ab in FUNC-
TION4.
Display and switch
the device informa-
tion
When selecting TEL as a
source, keep touching ab in
FUNCTION4.
Controls of Bluetooth audio
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE.
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Skip back or forward
to another song*2
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, touch c or d.
*1
You can use this function if your cellular phone features voice recognition technology.
*2
You can use this function when you select AUTO in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
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Controls of Bluetooth audio
Fast forward/re-
verse*1
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, keep touching c
or d.
Select a function
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, touch AV
MENU and then touch
FUNCTION.
Pause a song
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, touch ab in
FUNCTION1.
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, keep touching
ab in FUNCTION1.
Play songs
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, touch ab in
FUNCTION2.
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, keep touching
ab in FUNCTION2.
Switch between
AUTO and MANUAL
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, touch c or d in
AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
Note
When using as an external unit, this unit doesn't
automatically return to the original source after a
phone call. Select a desired source manually
after a phone call.
Head unit group 4
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE (AUX).
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Put the unit in VOICE
ON mode*2
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
BAND.
Take a phone call
When a call comes in, press
a.
End a call Press b.
Display the received/
missed call history
Press c.
Display the dialled
call history
Press d.
Select a phone num-
ber from the dialled
or received/missed
call history
When displaying the dialled
or received/missed call his-
tory, press c or d.
If you want to return to the
telephone standby display,
press b.
Make a call
When selecting a phone
number from the dialled and
received call history, press a.
Select a function
When selecting TEL as a
source, open the cover of the
remote control.
Scroll a phone num-
ber in the call history
When selecting TEL as a
source, press FUNCTION
button 1.
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 1.
Put the unit in RE-
GIST mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press FUNCTION
button 2.
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 2.
Turn the automatic
answering on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press FUNCTION
button 3.
Turn the automatic
connection on or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 3.
*1
You can use this function when you select MANUAL in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
*2
You can use this function if your cellular phone features voice recognition technology.
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Controls of Bluetooth telephone
Turn the ring tone on
or off
When selecting TEL as a
source, press FUNCTION
button 4.
Display and switch
the device informa-
tion
When selecting TEL as a
source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 4.
Controls of Bluetooth audio
Select TEL/BT AUDIO
as a source
Press SOURCE (AUX).
Switch between TEL
and BT AUDIO
When selecting TEL/BT
AUDIO as a source, press
BAND.
Skip back or forward
to another song*1
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press c or d.
Fast forward/re-
verse*2
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
c or d.
Select a function
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, open the cover
of the remote control.
Pause a song
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press FUNC-
TION button 1.
Put the unit in
C.OPEN mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 1.
Play songs
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press FUNC-
TION button 2.
Put the unit in DIS-
CONN. mode
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press and hold
FUNCTION button 2.
Switch between
AUTO and MANUAL
When selecting BT AUDIO
as a source, press FUNC-
TION button 5.
Note
When using as an external unit, this unit doesn't
automatically return to the original source after a
phone call. Select a desired source manually
after a phone call.
Connecting a cellular phone
To use a phone wirelessly with this unit, it is
necessary first to establish a connection using
Bluetooth wireless technology.
! Connection is normally established by HFP,
which gives you a full control of functions
available on the telephone source. How-
ever, in some cases when you make con-
nection from your cellular phone, the
connection may be made by HSP and sev-
eral functions may not be available.
! A phone may be connected via Bluetooth
wireless technology but not yet registered
with this unit. In this case it is said to be
temporarily connected, and the available
features are limited. To take full advantage
of all the features available, we recommend
you register your phone with this unit.
Refer to Registering connected cellular
phone on the next page for more on this.
! If this unit is used as an external unit, this
unit does not search for available cellular
phones. Use your cellular phone to estab-
lish connection.
*1
You can use this function when you select AUTO in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
*2
You can use this function when you select MANUAL in AUTO/MANUAL (A/M).
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Using a cellular phone to
initiate a connection
Putting the unit in C.OPEN mode allows you to
establish a Bluetooth wireless connection
from your phone. You may need to refer to the
operation manual that came with your phone
if you are unsure how to initiate a connection
from your phone.
1 Put the unit in C.OPEN mode
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
# Before you put the unit in C.OPEN mode
NO TEL is displayed.
2 Use cellular phone to connect to this
unit.
When the connection is established, TEL is
displayed.
# Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone. Refer to the instruction man-
ual that came with your cellular phone for de-
tailed instructions.
# You may need to enter the link code on your
cellular phone to complete the connection.
Registering connected
cellular phone
You can register a phone that is temporarily
connected to this unit in order to take full ad-
vantage of the features available with Blue-
tooth wireless technology. Only one cellular
phone can be registered.
1 Put the unit in REGIST mode
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
Before you put the unit in REGIST mode TEL is
displayed.
2 Use cellular phone to register to this
unit.
When the registration is completed, TEL REG.
is displayed.
# Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone. Refer to the instruction man-
ual that came with your cellular phone for de-
tailed instructions.
# You may need to enter the link code on your
cellular phone to complete the connection.
Disconnecting a cellular phone
When you are done using your phone with this
unit, you can close the Bluetooth wireless con-
nection.
% Put the unit in DISCONN. mode
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
After the disconnection is completed, NO TEL
is displayed.
Voice recognition
If your cellular phone features voice recogni-
tion technology, you can make a call by voice
commands.
! Operation varies depending on the type of
your cellular phone. Refer to the instruction
manual that came with your cellular phone
for detailed instructions.
! This function can be operated only when
the connection is established with HFP
(Hands Free Profile).
1 Put the unit in VOICE ON mode.
2 Pronounce the name of your contact.
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Setting the automatic
answering
If this function is on, this unit automatically
answers all incoming calls.
% Turn the automatic answering on or off
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
The status will be displayed (e.g.,
ANSW ON).
Connecting to a registered
phone automatically
When Automatic Connection is active the unit
will automatically establish a connection with
a registered phone when it comes into range.
! This feature may not work with all phones.
! With some cellular phones, you may be re-
quired to make a confirmation on the cellu-
lar phone in connecting to this unit. In
such case, the connection may not be
made until you confirm it on the phone
even if the Automatic Connection of this
unit is set to on. If possible, set your cellu-
lar phone to not seeking a confirmation for
the Bluetooth connection. For details,
please refer to the operation manual that
came with your cellular phone.
! This feature is not possible if you are play-
ing back songs on your Bluetooth audio
player via Bluetooth wireless technology. In
such case, stop the playback and switch to
another source for your cellular phone to
connect to this unit through this function.
% Turn the automatic connection on or
off
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
The status will be displayed (e.g., AUTO ON).
# When you turn the automatic connection on
and this unit is searching for the registered cellu-
lar phone, SEARCH is displayed.
# When you turn the automatic connection on
and this unit is establishing a connection with
the registered cellular phone, WAIT is dis-
played.
Setting the ring tone
The unit offers you to turn the ring tone for in-
coming calls on or off.
The ring tone you select for this unit has no ef-
fect on the ring tone used by your phone. If
you do not want your phone and this unit to
ring at the same time, we recommend you
turn the ring tone of one or the other off.
% Turn the ring tone on or off.
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
The status will be displayed (e.g., BEEP ON).
Displaying the device
information of this unit
You can display the device information of this
unit such as the BD address and the device
name.
Should this unit fails to operate properly and
you consult with dealer for repair, you may be
asked to indicate the system versions of this
unit and of Bluetooth module. You can display
the versions and confirm them.
! Each device featuring Bluetooth wireless
technology is allocated a unique 48-bit de-
vice address. Each device address consists
of a 12-digit of hexadecimal string.
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% Display and switch the device informa-
tion
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
Each time you operate according to Function
compatibility charts the information changes
in the following order:
BD (Bluetooth Device) address—Device name
(PIONEER)—System version—Bluetooth mod-
ule version
# On your cellular phone, you can confirm the
device name of this unit as Pioneer BT unit.
Connecting a Bluetooth
audio player
For this unit to control your Bluetooth audio
player it needs to establish a Bluetooth wire-
less connection.
This function initiates the connection via Blue-
tooth wireless technology.
Important
When using this unit as an external unit, the PIN
code is set to 0000. You can not change the PIN
code. This unit can connect only the Bluetooth
audio player which request 0000 as the PIN code
or does not request any PIN code.
1 Put the unit in C.OPEN mode
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
This unit is now on standby for connection
from Bluetooth audio player.
If your Bluetooth audio player is set ready for
Bluetooth wireless connection, connection to
this unit will be automatically established.
# Before you put the unit in C.OPEN mode
NO AUDIO is displayed.
2 Use the Bluetooth audio player to con-
nect to this unit.
When the connection is established,
BT AUDIO is displayed.
# Operation varies depending on the type of
your Bluetooth audio player. Refer to the instruc-
tion manual that came with your Bluetooth audio
player for detailed instructions.
# You may need to enter the link code on your
Bluetooth audio player to complete the con-
nection.
Disconnecting a Bluetooth
audio player
When you are done using your Bluetooth
audio player with this unit, you can close the
Bluetooth wireless connection.
% Put the unit in DISCONN. mode.
Refer to Function compatibility charts on page
26.
After the disconnection is completed,
NO AUDIO is displayed.
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Important
! This unit can not be installed in a vehicle that
does not have an ACC (accessory) position on
the ignition switch.
ACC
O
N
S
T
A
R
T
O
F
F O
N
S
T
A
R
T
O
F
F
ACC posi-
tion
No ACC po-
sition
! Use this unit in other than the following condi-
tions could result in fire or malfunction.
— Vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative
grounding.
! To prevent short-circuit, overheating or mal-
function, be sure to follow the directions
below.
— Disconnect the negative terminal of the
battery before installation.
— Secure the wiring with cable clamps or ad-
hesive tape. To protect the wiring, wrap ad-
hesive tape around them where they lie
against metal parts.
— Place all cables away from moving parts,
such as gear shift and seat rails.
— Place all cables away from hot places,
such as near the heater outlet.
— Do not pass the yellow cable through a
hole into the engine compartment to con-
nect to a battery.
— Cover any disconnected cable connectors
with insulating tape.
— Do not shorten any cables.
— Never cut the insulation of the power cable
of this unit in order to share the power to
other equipment. Current capacity of the
cable is limited.
— Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.
! Refer to the owner’s manual for details on
connecting the power amp and other units,
then make connections correctly.
! IP-BUS connectors are color-coded. Be sure
to connect connectors of the same color.
Cord function may differ according to the pro-
duct, even if cord color is the same. When con-
necting this system, be sure to check all
manuals and connect cords correctly.
Connections
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Connecting the units
Black (ground)
To vehicle (metal) body.
Fuse (3 A)
Yellow
To terminal always supplied
with power regardless of
ignition switch position.
3 m
IP-BUS cable
IP-BUS cable
Blue
To IP-BUS input
(blue)
Multi-CD player
(sold separately)
Head unit
Black
Black
This unit
Microphone (supplied)
Connections
En
36
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Important
! Check all connections and systems before
final installation.
! Do not use unauthorized parts. The use of un-
authorized parts may cause malfunctions.
! Consult with your dealer if installation re-
quires drilling of holes or other modifications
of the vehicle.
! Install the unit where it does not get in the dri-
ver’s way and cannot injure the passenger if
there is a sudden stop, like an emergency
stop.
! When installing this unit, be sure to make suf-
ficient space on its top surface. There is an an-
tenna under the top surface and covering it
may cause trouble to the radio transmission
and reception.
! Depending on the location of this unit, some
noise could be heard during playback of the
songs on Bluetooth audio player. In this situa-
tion, move this unit so as to reduce noise.
! When mounting this unit, make sure none of
the leads are trapped between this unit and
the surrounding metalwork or fittings.
! Do not mount this unit near the heater outlet,
where it would be affected by heat, or near the
doors, where rainwater might splash onto it.
! Before drilling any mounting holes always
check behind where you want to drill the
holes. Do not drill into the gas line, brake line,
electrical wiring or other important parts.
! If this unit installed in the passenger compart-
ment, anchor it securely so it does not break
free while the vehicle is moving, and cause in-
jury or an accident.
! If this unit is installed under a front seat,
make sure it does not obstruct seat move-
ment. Route all leads and cords carefully
around the sliding mechanism so they do not
caught or pinched in the mechanism and
cause a short-circuit.
Installing this unit
Mounting with Velcro fasteners
Thoroughly wipe off the surface before affixing
the Velcro fasteners.
! If the Velcro fasteners (hard) adhere to the
car mat directly, you may install this unit
without using the Velcro fasteners (soft).
% Mount this unit using the Velcro fasten-
ers.
Velcro fastener (hard)
Car mat or chassis
Velcro fastener (soft)
This unit
Installing the microphone
CAUTION
It is extremely dangerous to allow the micro-
phone lead to become wound around the steer-
ing column or gearstick. Be sure to install the
unit in such a way that it will not obstruct driving.
Note
Install the microphone in a position and orienta-
tion that will enable it to pick up the voice of the
person operating the system.
Installation
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When installing the
microphone on the sun visor
1 Install the microphone on the micro-
phone clip.
To this unit.
Microphone
Microphone clip
2 Install the microphone clip on the sun
visor.
With the sun visor up, install the microphone
clip. (Lowering the sun visor reduces the re-
cognition rate for voice operations.)
Clamps
Use clamps to secure the
lead where necessary inside
the vehicle.
Microphone clip
When installing the microphone
on the steering column
1 Install the microphone on the micro-
phone clip.
Fit the microphone lead
into the groove.
Microphone clip
Microphone
2 Install the microphone clip on the steer-
ing column.
Install the microphone clip on
the rear side of the steering
column.
Double-sided tape
Clamps
Use clamps to secure the lead where
necessary inside the vehicle.
Installation
En
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Adjusting the microphone
angle
The microphone angle can be adjusted by
moving forward or backward the microphone
clip angle.
Installation
En 39
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Error messages
When you contact your dealer or your nearest
Pioneer Service Center, be sure to record the
error message.
Message Cause Action
ERROR-10 Built-in Blue-
tooth unit en-
countered an
error
Turn the ignition
OFF and ON.
ERROR-80 Built-in FLASH
ROM encoun-
tered an error
Turn the ignition
OFF and ON.
Specifications
General
Power source ............................. 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V
allowable)
Max. current consumption
..................................................... 0.2 A
Dimensions (W × H × D) ... 146 × 25 × 90 mm
Weight .......................................... 0.37 kg
Version .......................................... Bluetooth 1.2 certified
Output power ............................ +4 dBm Max.
(Power class 2)
Profile ............................................ GAP (Generic Access Pro-
file)
SDP (Service Discovery Pro-
tocol)
HSP (Head Set Profile)
HFP (Hands Free Profile)
A2DP (Advanced Audio Dis-
tribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio Video Re-
mote Control Profile)
OPP (Object Push Profile)
Note
Specifications and the design are subject to pos-
sible modifications without notice due to im-
provements.
Additional Information
En
40
Appendix
Page: 168
PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, MEGURO 1-CHOME, MEGURO-KU
TOKYO 153-8654, JAPAN
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
P.O. Box 1540, Long Beach, California 90801-1540, U.S.A.
TEL: (800) 421-1404
PIONEER EUROPE NV
Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, B-9120 Melsele, Belgium
TEL: (0) 3/570.05.11
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD.
253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
TEL: 65-6472-7555
PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
178-184 Boundary Road, Braeside, Victoria 3195, Australia
TEL: (03) 9586-6300
PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R OP2, Canada
TEL: 1-877-283-5901
PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V.
Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso
Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000
TEL: 55-9178-4270
先鋒股份有限公司
總公司 : 台北市中山北路二段44號13樓
電話 : (02) 2521-3588
先鋒電子(香港)有限公司
香港九龍尖沙咀海港城世界商業中心
9樓901-6室
電話 : (0852) 2848-6488
Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2007 by Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.
Publié par Pioneer Corporation. Copyright
© 2007 par Pioneer Corporation. Tous
droits réservés.
Printed in Thailand
Imprimé en Thaïlande
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