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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: Car Radio
  • Model/name: FH-X700BT
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German

Table of Contents

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Thank you for purchasing this PIONEER
product
To ensure proper use, please read through this
manual before using this product. It is especially
important that you read and observe WARN-
INGs and CAUTIONs in this manual. Please
keep the manual in a safe and accessible place for
future reference.
FCC ID: AJDK054
MODEL NO.: FH-X700BT
IC: 775E-K054
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC
Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt
RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may
not cause interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference, including inter-
ference that may cause undesired operation
of this device.
This transmitter must not be co-located or op-
erated in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
The antenna for Bluetooth cannot be removed
(or replaced) by user.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radia-
tion exposure limits set forth for an uncon-
trolled environment and meets the FCC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Sup-
plement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This
equipment has very low levels of RF energy
that it deemed to comply without maximum
permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it
is desirable that it should be installed and op-
erated keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or
more away from person’s body (excluding ex-
tremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
Information to User
Alteration or modifications carried out with-
out appropriate authorization may invalidate
the user’s right to operate the equipment.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reason-
able protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio fre-
quency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio commu-
nications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particu-
lar installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television re-
ception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encour-
aged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equip-
ment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the re-
ceiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
The Safety of Your Ears is in
Your Hands
Get the most out of your equipment by playing it
at a safe level—a level that lets the sound come
through clearly without annoying blaring or dis-
tortion and, most importantly, without affecting
your sensitive hearing. Sound can be deceiving.
Over time, your hearing “comfort level” adapts to
higher volumes of sound, so what sounds “nor-
mal” can actually be loud and harmful to your
hearing. Guard against this by setting your
equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing
adapts.
ESTABLISH A SAFE LEVEL:
! Set your volume control at a low setting.
! Slowly increase the sound until you can hear
it comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
! Once you have established a comfortable
sound level, set the dial and leave it there.
BE SURE TO OBSERVE THE
FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:
! Do not turn up the volume so high that you
can’t hear what’s around you.
! Use caution or temporarily discontinue use
in potentially hazardous situations.
! Do not use headphones while operating a
motorized vehicle; the use of headphones
may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in
many areas.
About this unit
The tuner frequencies on this unit are allocated
for use in North America. Use in other areas
may result in poor reception.
WARNING
Handling the cord on this product or cords asso-
ciated with accessories sold with the product
may expose you to chemicals listed on proposi-
tion 65 known to the State of California and
other governmental entities to cause cancer and
birth defect or other reproductive harm. Wash
hands after handling.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENT OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
CAUTION:
THE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL INCREASE
EYE HAZARD.
CAUTION
! Do not allow this unit to come into contact
with liquids. Electrical shock could result.
Also, damage to this unit, smoke, and over-
heating could result from contact with
liquids.
! Always keep the volume low enough to hear
outside sounds.
! Avoid exposure to moisture.
! If the battery is disconnected or discharged,
any preset memory will be erased.
Important (Serial number)
The serial number is located on the bottom of
this unit. For your own security and conven-
ience, be sure to record this number on the en-
closed warranty card.
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Note
Function setting operations are completed even
if the menu is canceled before the operations
are confirmed.
About this manual
! In the following instructions, USB memories
and USB audio players are collectively re-
ferred to as “USB storage device”.
! In this manual, iPod and iPhone will be re-
ferred to as “iPod”.
After-sales service for
Pioneer products
Please contact the dealer or distributor from
where you purchased this unit for after-sales
service (including warranty conditions) or any
other information. In case the necessary infor-
mation is not available, please contact the com-
panies listed below:
Please do not ship your unit to the companies at
the addresses listed below for repair without ad-
vance contact.
U.S.A.
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT DIVISION
P.O. Box 1760
Long Beach, CA 90801-1760
800-421-1404
CANADA
Pioneer Electronics of Canada, Inc.
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION DEPARTMENT
340 Ferrier Street
Unit 2
Markham, Ontario L3R 2Z5, Canada
1-877-283-5901
905-479-4411
For warranty information please see the Limited
Warranty sheet included with this unit.
In case of trouble
Should this unit fail to operate properly, please
contact your dealer or nearest authorized
PIONEER Service Station.
Visit our website
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com
in Canada
http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca
! Learn about product updates (such as firm-
ware updates) for your product.
! Register your product to receive notices
about product updates and to safeguard pur-
chase details in our files in the event of loss
or theft.
! Access owner’s manuals, spare parts infor-
mation, service information, and much
more.
Head unit
1 2 4 5
8 9
7 a c
6 b d
3
Part Part
1 h (eject) 8 c/d
2 (phone) 9
MULTI-CONTROL
(M.C.)
3 1/ to 6/ a
(back)/
DIMMER
(dimmer)
4 Disc loading slot b (list)
5 DISP c
AUX input jack
(3.5 mm stereo
jack)
6 SRC/OFF d USB port
7
BAND/ (iPod
control)
CAUTION
! Use an optional Pioneer USB cable (CD-
U50E) to connect the USB storage device as
any device connected directly to the unit will
protrude out from the unit, which could be
dangerous.
! Do not use unauthorized products.
Remote control
Remote controller buttons marked with the
same numbers as on the unit operate in the
same way as the corresponding unit button re-
gardless of button name.
e
i
h
f
g
j
7
l
k
6
8
Part Operation
e VOLUME
Press to increase or decrease
volume.
f MUTE
Press to mute. Press again to
unmute.
g a/b
Press to recall preset stations.
Press to select the next/pre-
vious folder.
h
Press to end a call, reject an in-
coming call, or reject a call
waiting while on another call.
i DISP/SCRL
Press to select different dis-
plays.
Press and hold to turn dimmer
on or off.
j e
Press to pause or resume play-
back.
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Part Operation
k
Press to start talking on the
phone while operating a
phone.
l
LIST/
ENTER
Press to display the disc title,
track title, folder, or file list de-
pending on the source.
Press to display the list de-
pending on the source.
While in the operating menu,
press to control functions.
Display indication
1
b
9
8 a c
7
6
2
3
4
5
Indicator State
1
Main infor-
mation
section
! Tuner: band and frequency
! CD player, USB storage de-
vice and iPod: elapsed play-
back time and text
information
2
Appears when a lower tier of
folder or menu exists.
3
(auto
answer)
Shows when the automatic an-
swering function is on.
4
Shows when 12H is selected
under 12H/24H and CLOCK is
selected under INFO DISPLAY.
5 (list)
The list function is being oper-
ated.
Indicator State
6
Sub infor-
mation
section
Sub information is displayed.
7 LOC Local seek tuning is on.
8 (sound re-
triever)
The sound retriever function is
on.
9
(ran-
dom/shuf-
fle/Quick-
Mix)
Random play is on.
The iPod source is selected
and the shuffle or shuffle all
function is on.
The Pandora source is selected
and the QuickMix is selected.
a
(re-
peat)
Track or folder repeat is on.
b
(iPod
control)
This unit’s iPod function is op-
erated from your iPod.
c (Bluetooth
indicator)
Connected to a Bluetooth de-
vice.
The line is on hold.
Set up menu
When you turn the ignition switch to ON after in-
stallation, set up menu appears on the display.
You can set up the menu options below.
1 After installation of this unit, turn the
ignition switch to ON.
SET UP appears.
2 Turn M.C. to switch to YES.
# If you do not operate for 30 seconds, the set up
menu will not be displayed.
# If you prefer not to set up at this time, turn M.C.
to switch to NO. Press to select.
If you select NO, you cannot set up in the set up
menu.
3 Press M.C. to select.
4 Complete the procedure outlined below
to set the menu.
To proceed to the next menu option, you need to
confirm your selection.
CLOCK SET (setting the clock)
1 Turn M.C. to adjust hour.
2 Press M.C. to select minute.
3 Turn M.C. to adjust minute.
4 Press M.C. to confirm the selection.
QUIT appears.
5 To finish your settings, turn M.C. to select
YES.
# If you prefer to change your setting again, turn
M.C. to switch to NO. Press to select.
6 Press M.C. to select.
Notes
! You can set up the menu options from the
system menu. For details about the settings,
refer to System menu on page 12.
! You can cancel set up menu by pressing
SRC/OFF.
Basic operations
Turning the unit on
1 Press SRC/OFF to turn the unit on.
Turning the unit off
1 Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit turns
off.
Selecting a source
1 Press SRC/OFF to cycle between:
TUNER (tuner)—CD (CD player)—USB (USB)/
iPod (iPod)—PANDORA (Pandora)—AUX
(AUX)—BT AUDIO (Bluetooth audio)
Adjusting the volume
1 Turn M.C. to adjust the volume.
CAUTION
For safety reasons, park your vehicle when re-
moving the front panel.
Note
When this unit’s blue/white lead is connected to
the vehicle’s auto-antenna relay control termi-
nal, the vehicle’s antenna extends when this
unit’s source is turned on. To retract the anten-
na, turn the source off.
Use and care of the remote
control
Using the remote control
1 Point the remote control in the direction of the
front panel to operate.
When using for the first time, pull out the film
protruding from the tray.
Replacing the battery
1 Slide the tray out on the back of the remote
control.
2 Insert the battery with the plus (+) and minus
(–) poles aligned properly.
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WARNING
! Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Should the battery be swallowed, consult a
doctor immediately.
! Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
must not be exposed to excessive heat such
as sunshine, fire or the like.
CAUTION
! Use one CR2025 (3 V) lithium battery.
! Remove the battery if the remote control is
not used for a month or longer.
! There is a danger of explosion if the battery is
incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type.
! Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.
! Do not store the battery with metallic ob-
jects.
! If the battery leaks, wipe the remote control
completely clean and install a new battery.
! When disposing of used batteries, comply
with governmental regulations or environ-
mental public institutions’ rules that apply in
your country/area.
! “Perchlorate Material – special handling may
apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/
perchlorate. (Applicable to California,
U.S.A.)”
Important
! Do not store the remote control in high tem-
peratures or direct sunlight.
! The remote control may not function properly
in direct sunlight.
! Do not let the remote control fall onto the
floor, where it may become jammed under
the brake or accelerator pedal.
Frequently used menu
operations
Returning to the previous display
Returning to the previous list (the folder one level
higher)
1 Press /DIMMER.
Returning to the ordinary display
Canceling the main menu
1 Press BAND/ .
Returning to the ordinary display from the list
1 Press BAND/ .
Tuner
Basic operations
Selecting a band
1 Press BAND/ until the desired band (FM1,
FM2,FM3 for FM or AM) is displayed.
Switching preset stations
1 Press c or d.
! Select PCH (preset channel) under SEEK to
use this function. For details about the set-
tings, refer to SEEK (left/right key setting) on
this page.
Manual tuning (step by step)
1 Press c or d.
! Select MAN (manual tuning) under SEEK to
use this function. For details about the set-
tings, refer to SEEK (left/right key setting) on
this page.
Seeking
1 Press and hold c or d, and then release.
You can cancel seek tuning by briefly pressing
c or d.
While pressing and holding c or d, you can
skip stations. Seek tuning starts as soon as
you release c or d.
Storing and recalling stations
for each band
Using preset tuning buttons
1 When you find a station that you want
to store in memory, press one of the preset
tuning buttons (1/ to 6/ ) and hold until
the preset number stops flashing.
2 Press one of the preset tuning buttons
(1/ to 6/ ) to select the desired station.
Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
! BRDCST INFO (program service name/
song title/artist name)
! FREQUENCY (frequency)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
Notes
! BRDCST INFO text information will change
automatically.
! Depending on the band, text information can
be changed.
! Text information items that can be changed
depend on the area.
Function settings
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select FUNCTION.
3 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
BSM (best stations memory)
BSM (best stations memory) automatically stores
the six strongest stations in the order of their sig-
nal strength.
1 Press M.C. to turn BSM on.
To cancel, press M.C. again.
LOCAL (local seek tuning)
Local seek tuning lets you tune in to only those
radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for
good reception.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
FM: OFF—LV1—LV2—LV3—LV4
AM: OFF—LV1—LV2
The highest level setting allows reception of
only the strongest stations, while lower levels
allow the reception of weaker stations.
SEEK (left/right key setting)
You can assign a function to the left and right keys
of the unit.
Select MAN (manual tuning) to tune up or down
manually or select PCH (preset channel) to switch
between preset channels.
1 Press M.C. to select MAN or PCH.
CD/CD-R/CD-RW and USB
storage devices
Basic operations
Playing a CD/CD-R/CD-RW
1 Insert the disc into the disc loading slot with
the label side up.
Ejecting a CD/CD-R/CD-RW
1 Press h.
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Playing songs on a USB storage device
1 Open the USB port cover.
2 Plug in the USB storage device using a USB
cable.
Playback is performed automatically.
Stopping playback of files on a USB storage de-
vice
1 You may disconnect the USB storage device at
any time.
The unit stops playback.
Selecting a folder
1 Press 1/ or 2/ .
Selecting a track
1 Press c or d.
Fast forwarding or reversing
1 Press and hold c or d.
! When playing compressed audio, there is no
sound during fast forward or reverse.
Returning to root folder
1 Press and hold BAND/ .
Switching between compressed audio and CD-DA
1 Press BAND/ .
Switching between playback memory devices
You can switch between playback memory devices
on USB storage devices with more than one Mass
Storage Device-compatible memory device.
1 Press BAND/ .
! You can switch between up to 32 different
memory devices.
Note
Disconnect USB storage devices from the unit
when not in use.
Operations using the MIXTRAX
button
Turning MIXTRAX on or off
You can use this function when USB is selected as
the source.
1 Press 3/MIX to turn MIXTRAX on or off.
! For more details about MIXTRAX, refer to
About MIXTRAX on page 14.
! For more details about MIXTRAX functions,
refer to MIXTRAX menu on page 14.
! When MIXTRAX is in use, the sound retriever
function is disabled.
Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
CD-DA
! ELAPSED TIME (track number and play-
back time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
CD-TEXT
! TRACK INFO (track title/track artist/disc
title)
! ELAPSED TIME (track number and play-
back time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
MP3/WMA/WAV
! TRACK INFO (track title/artist name/album
title)
! FILE INFO (file name/folder name)
! ELAPSED TIME (track number and play-
back time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
Notes
! TRACK INFO and FILE INFO text information
will change automatically.
! Depending on the version of iTunes used to
write MP3 files to a disc or media file types,
incompatible text stored within an audio file
may be displayed incorrectly.
! Text information items that can be changed
depend on the media.
Selecting and playing files/
tracks from the name list
1 Press to switch to the file/track name
list mode.
2 Use M.C. to select the desired file name
(or folder name).
Selecting a file or folder
1 Turn M.C.
Playing
1 When a file or track is selected, press M.C.
Viewing a list of the files (or folders) in the se-
lected folder
1 When a folder is selected, press M.C.
Playing a song in the selected folder
1 When a folder is selected, press and hold M.C.
Operations using special buttons
Selecting a repeat play range
1 Press 6/ to cycle between the following:
CD/CD-R/CD-RW
! ALL – Repeat all tracks
! ONE – Repeat the current track
! FLD – Repeat the current folder
USB storage device
! ALL – Repeat all files
! ONE – Repeat the current file
! FLD – Repeat the current folder
Playing tracks in random order
1 Press 5/ to turn random play on or off.
Tracks in a selected repeat range are played in
random order.
! To change songs during random play, press d
to switch to the next track. Pressing c restarts
playback of the current track from the begin-
ning of the song.
Pausing playback
1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.
Function settings
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select FUNCTION.
Once selected, the function below can be ad-
justed.
! S.RTRV is not available when MIXTRAX is
turned on.
S.RTRV (sound retriever)
Automatically enhances compressed audio and
restores rich sound.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
1—2—OFF (off)
1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2
is effective for high compression rates.
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iPod
Basic operations
Playing songs on an iPod
1 Open the USB port cover.
2 Connect an iPod to the USB cable using an
iPod Dock Connector.
Playback is performed automatically.
Selecting a song (chapter)
1 Press c or d.
Selecting an album
1 Press 1/ or 2/ .
Fast forwarding or reversing
1 Press and hold c or d.
Notes
! The iPod cannot be turned on or off when the
control mode is set to CONTROL AUDIO.
! Disconnect headphones from the iPod be-
fore connecting it to this unit.
! The iPod will turn off about two minutes after
the ignition switch is set to OFF.
Operations using the MIXTRAX
button
Turning MIXTRAX on or off
1 Press 3/MIX to turn MIXTRAX on or off.
! For more details about MIXTRAX, refer to
About MIXTRAX on page 14.
! For more details about MIXTRAX functions,
refer to MIXTRAX menu on page 14.
Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
CONTROL AUDIO/CONTROL iPod
! TRACK INFO (track title/artist name/album
title)
! ELAPSED TIME (track number and play-
back time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
CONTROL APP
! CONTROL APP (APP MODE is displayed)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
Note
TRACK INFO text information will change auto-
matically.
Browsing for a song
1 Press to switch to the top menu of list
search.
2 Use M.C. to select a category/song.
Changing the name of the song or category
1 Turn M.C.
Playlists—artists—albums—songs—podcasts
—genres—composers—audiobooks
Playing
1 When a song is selected, press M.C.
Viewing a list of songs in the selected category
1 When a category is selected, press M.C.
Playing a song in the selected category
1 When a category is selected, press and hold
M.C.
Searching the list by alphabet
1 When a list for the selected category is dis-
played, press to switch to alphabet search
mode.
! You also can switch to alphabet search
mode by turning M.C. twice.
2 Turn M.C. to select a letter.
3 Press M.C. to display the alphabetical list.
! To cancel searching, press /DIMMER.
Notes
! You can play playlists created with the PC ap-
plication (MusicSphere). The application will
be available on our website.
! Playlists that you created with the PC appli-
cation (MusicSphere) are displayed in abbre-
viated form.
Operations using special buttons
Selecting a repeat play range
1 Press 6/ to cycle between the following:
! ONE – Repeat the current song
! ALL – Repeat all songs in the selected list
! When the control mode is set to CONTROL
iPod/CONTROL APP, the repeat play range will
be same as what is set for the connected iPod.
Selecting a random play range (shuffle)
1 Press 5/ to cycle between the following:
! SNG – Play back songs in the selected list
in random order.
! ALB – Play back songs from a randomly se-
lected album in order.
! OFF – Not play back in random order.
Playing all songs in random order (shuffle all)
1 Press and hold 5/ to turn shuffle all on.
! To turn off shuffle all, select OFF in shuffle. For
details, refer to Selecting a random play range
(shuffle) on this page.
Pausing playback
1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.
Playing songs related to the
currently playing song
You can play songs from the following lists.
• Album list of the currently playing artist
• Song list of the currently playing album
• Album list of the currently playing genre
1 Press and hold to switch to link play
mode.
2 Turn M.C. to change the mode; press to
select.
! ARTIST – Plays an album of the artist cur-
rently being played.
! ALBUM – Plays a song from the album cur-
rently being played.
! GENRE – Plays an album from the genre cur-
rently being played.
The selected song/album will be played after the
currently playing song.
Notes
! The selected song/album may be canceled if
you operate functions other than link search
(e.g. fast forward and reverse).
! Depending on the song selected to play, the
end of the currently playing song and the be-
ginning of the selected song/album may be
cut off.
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Operating this unit’s iPod
function from your iPod
This unit's iPod function can be operated from a
connected iPod.
If you switch to APP Mode, you can have the
sound from your iPod applications be output
from your car's speakers.
CONTROL iPod is not compatible with the fol-
lowing iPod models.
! iPod nano 1st generation
! iPod with video
CONTROL APP is compatible with the following
iPod models.
! iPod touch 4th generation
! iPod touch 3rd generation
! iPod touch 2nd generation
! iPod touch 1st generation
! iPhone 4S
! iPhone 4
! iPhone 3GS
! iPhone 3G
! iPhone
% Press BAND/ to switch the control
mode.
! CONTROL iPod – This unit’s iPod function
can be operated from the connected iPod.
! CONTROL APP – This unit’s iPod function
can be operated from the connected iPod.
The unit will play back the sound from your
iPod applications.
! CONTROL AUDIO – This unit’s iPod function
can be operated from this unit.
Notes
! Switching the control mode to
CONTROL iPod/CONTROL APP pauses song
playback. Operate the iPod to resume play-
back.
! The following operations are still accessible
from the unit even if the control mode is set
to CONTROL iPod/CONTROL APP.
— Pausing
— Fast forward/reverse
— Selecting a song (chapter)
! The volume can only be adjusted from this
unit.
Function settings
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select FUNCTION.
3 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
! AUDIO BOOK is not available when
CONTROL iPod/CONTROL APP is selected in
the control mode. For details, refer to Operat-
ing this unit’s iPod function from your iPod on
this page.
AUDIO BOOK (audiobook speed)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select your favorite setting.
! FASTER – Playback at a speed faster than
normal
! NORMAL – Playback at normal speed
! SLOWER – Playback at a speed slower
than normal
S.RTRV (sound retriever)
Automatically enhances compressed audio and
restores rich sound.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
1—2—OFF (off)
1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2
is effective for high compression rates.
Using Pandoraâ
IMPORTANT:
Requirements to access Pandora using the
Pioneer car audio/video products:
! iPhone compatibility
Apple iPhone (first generation), iPhone 3G,
iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 1G,
iPod touch 2G, iPod touch 3G or iPod touch 4G
(firmware version 3.0 or later)
Certain firmware versions for the iPhone may not
be compatible with the Pandora application. If
this appears to be the case, please update the
firmware to a version that is compatible with
Pandora.
! Latest version of the Pandora application, down-
loaded to your device (Search Apple iTunes App
Store for “Pandora”).
! Current Pandora account (Free account and paid
accounts available from Pandora; create a free
account online at
http://www.pandora.com/register or through the
Pandora application for the iPhone).
! Data Plan
Note: If the Data Plan for your iPhone does not
provide for unlimited data usage, additional
charges from your carrier may apply for accessing
the Pandora service via 3G and/or EDGE net-
works.
! Connection to the Internet via 3G, EDGE or Wi-Fi
network.
! Optional Pioneer adapter cable connecting your
iPhone to the Pioneer car audio/video products.
Limitations:
! Access to the Pandora service will depend on the
availability of a cellular and/or Wi-Fi network for
purposes of allowing your device to connect to
the Internet.
! Ability of the Pioneer car audio/video products to
access the Pandora service is subject to change
without notice and could be affected by any of
the following: compatibility issues with future
firmware versions of iPhone; compatibility issues
with future firmware versions of the Pandora ap-
plication for the iPhone; changes to the Pandora
music service by Pandora; discontinuation of the
Pandora music service by Pandora.
! Certain functions of the Pandora service are not
available when accessing the service through the
Pioneer car audio/video products, including, but
not limited to, creating new stations, deleting sta-
tions, emailing current stations, buying tracks
from iTunes, viewing additional text information,
logging in to Pandora, and adjusting Cell Net-
work Audio Quality.
Pandora internet radio is a music service not af-
filiated with Pioneer. More information is avail-
able at http://www.pandora.com.
You can play Pandora by connecting your
iPhone with the Pandora application installed.
Basic operations
Playing tracks
1 Connect an iPhone to the USB cable using an
iPhone Dock Connector.
2 Start up the Pandora application installed on
the iPhone.
Giving a Thumbs Up
1 Press 1/ to give a “Thumbs Up” for the track
currently playing.
Giving a Thumbs Down
1 Press 2/ to give a “Thumbs Down” for the
track currently playing and to skip to the next
track.
Skipping tracks
1 Press d.
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Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
! TRACK INFO (station name/track title/ar-
tist name/album title)
! ELAPSED TIME (playback time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
Notes
! TRACK INFO text information will change au-
tomatically.
! Depending on the station, text information
can be changed.
Selecting and playing the
QuickMix/station list
The device name that appears on the screen
may not be the same as the device name of the
connected device.
1 Press (list) to switch to the QuickMix/
station list mode.
2 Use M.C. to select the QuickMix or de-
sired station.
Changing the sort order
1 Press (list).
! ABC – You can sort the items in the list alpha-
betically
! DATE – You can sort the items in the list in
order of the dates on which the items were
created
Changing QuickMix or stations
1 Turn M.C.
Playing
1 When QuickMix or the station is selected,
press M.C.
Operations using special buttons
Pausing playback
1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.
Function settings
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select FUNCTION.
3 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
BOOKMARK (bookmark)
1 Press M.C. to store track information.
S.RTRV (sound retriever)
Automatically enhances compressed audio and
restores rich sound.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
1—2—OFF (off)
1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2
is effective for high compression rates.
Using Bluetooth wireless
technology
Using Bluetooth telephone
Important
! Since this unit is on standby to connect with
your cellular phone via Bluetooth wireless
technology, using it without the engine run-
ning can drain the battery power.
! Operations may vary depending on the kind
of cellular phone.
! Advanced operations that require attention
such as dialing numbers on the monitor,
using the phone book, etc., are prohibited
while driving. Park your vehicle in a safe
place when using these advanced opera-
tions.
! Be sure to park your vehicle in a safe place
and apply the parking brake when perform-
ing this operation.
Setting up for hands-free phoning
Before you can use the hands-free phoning
function you must set up the unit for use with
your cellular phone.
1 Connection
Operate the Bluetooth telephone connection
menu. Refer to Connection menu operation on
the next page.
2 Function settings
Operate the Bluetooth telephone function
menu. Refer to Phone menu operation on the
next page.
Basic operations
Making a phone call
1 Refer to Phone menu operation on the next
page.
Answering an incoming call
1 When a call is received, press .
Ending a call
1 Press .
Rejecting an incoming call
1 When a call is received, press and hold .
Answering a call waiting
1 When a call is received, press .
Switching between callers on hold
1 Press M.C.
Canceling call waiting
1 Press and hold .
Adjusting the other party’s listening volume
1 Press c or d while talking on the phone.
! When private mode is on, this function is not
available.
Turning private mode on or off
1 Press BAND/ while talking on the phone.
Notes
! If private mode is selected on the cellular
phone, hands-free phoning may not be avail-
able.
! The estimated call time appears in the dis-
play (this may differ slightly from the actual
call time).
Storing and recalling phone numbers
1 If you find a phone number that you
want to store to memory, press and hold
down one of the preset tuning buttons (1/
to 6/ ) to store it to the relevant preset
tuning button.
The functions below can be used to store phone
numbers to the memory. For details, refer to
Phone menu operation on the next page.
! MISSED (missed call history)
! DIALED (dialed call history)
! RECEIVED (received call history)
! PHONE BOOK (phone book)
2 Press one of the preset tuning buttons
(1/ to 6/ ) to recall the desired phone
number.
3 Press M.C. to make a call.
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Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
You can change the display during a call.
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
! Call time
! Name of other party
! Number of other party
Using voice recognition
This feature can be used on an iPod equipped
with voice recognition that is connected by
Bluetooth with the source set to iPod or
BT AUDIO.
% Press and hold M.C. to switch to voice
recognition mode.
The commands available with this unit are listed
below.
! Song playback
! Making a phone call
Note
For details on voice recognition features, check
the manual for the iPod you are using.
Connection menu operation
Important
! Be sure to park your vehicle in a safe place
and apply the parking brake when perform-
ing this operation.
! Connected devices may not operate properly
if more than one Bluetooth device is con-
nected at a time (e.g. a phone and a separate
audio player are connected simultaneously).
1 Press and hold to display the connec-
tion menu.
# You cannot operate this step during a call.
2 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
DEVICELIST (connecting or disconnecting a de-
vice from the device list)
! When no device is selected in the device list,
this function is not available.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the name of a device you
want to connect/disconnect.
! Press and hold M.C. to switch the
Bluetooth device address and device
name.
3 Press M.C. to connect/disconnect the selected
device.
If the connection is established, * is indicated
on the device name.
DEL DEVICE (deleting a device from the device
list)
! When no device is selected in the device list,
this function is not available.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the name of a device you
want to delete.
! Press and hold M.C. to switch the
Bluetooth device address and device
name.
3 Press M.C. to display DELETE YES.
4 Press M.C. to delete a device information from
the device list.
! While this function is in use, do not turn off
the engine.
ADD DEVICE (connecting a new device)
1 Press M.C. to start searching.
! To cancel, press M.C. while searching.
! If this unit fails to find any available cellular
phones, NOT FOUND is displayed.
2 Turn M.C. to select a device from the device
list.
! If the desired device is not displayed, select
RE-SEARCH.
! Press and hold M.C. to switch the
Bluetooth device address and device
name.
3 Press M.C. to connect the selected device.
! To complete the connection, check the de-
vice name (Pioneer BT Unit) and enter the
PIN code on your device.
! PIN code is set to 0000 as the default. You
can change this code.
! 6-digit number appears on the display of
this unit. Once the connection is estab-
lished, this number disappears.
! If you are unable to complete the connec-
tion using this unit, use the device to con-
nect to the unit.
! If three devices are already paired, DEVICE-
FULL is displayed and it is not possible to
perform this operation. In this case, delete
a paired device first.
A. CONN (connecting to a Bluetooth device auto-
matically)
1 Press M.C. to turn automatic connection on or
off.
VISIBLE (setting the visibility of this unit)
To check the availability of this unit from other de-
vices, Bluetooth visibility of this unit can be turned
on.
1 Press M.C. to turn the visibility of this unit on
or off.
PIN CODE (PIN code input)
To connect your device to this unit via Bluetooth
wireless technology, you need to enter a PIN code
on your device to verify the connection. The default
code is 0000, but you can change it with this func-
tion.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select a number.
3 Press M.C. to move the cursor to the next posi-
tion.
4 After inputting PIN code, press and hold M.C.
! After inputting, pressing M.C. returns you
to the PIN code input display, and you can
change the PIN code.
DEV. INFO (Bluetooth device address display)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to display the device information.
Device name—Bluetooth device address
Phone menu operation
Important
Be sure to park your vehicle in a safe place and
apply the parking brake when performing this
operation.
1 Press to display the phone menu.
2 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
MISSED (missed call history)
DIALED (dialed call history)
RECEIVED (received call history)
1 Press M.C. to display the phone number list.
2 Turn M.C. to select a name or phone number.
3 Press M.C. to make a call.
PHONE BOOK (phone book)
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! The phone book in your cellular phone will be
transferred automatically when the phone is
connected to this unit.
! Depending on the cellular phone, the phone
book may not be transferred automatically. In
this case, operate your cellular phone to trans-
fer the phone book. The visibility of this unit
should be on. Refer to VISIBLE (setting the visi-
bility of this unit) on the previous page.
1 Press M.C. to display SEARCH (alphabetical
list).
2 Turn M.C. to select the first letter of the name
you are looking for.
3 Press M.C. to display a registered name list.
4 Turn M.C. to select the name you are looking
for.
5 Press M.C. to display the phone number list.
6 Turn M.C. to select a phone number you want
to call.
7 Press M.C. to make a call.
PRESET1-6 (preset phone numbers)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired preset number.
3 Press M.C. to make a call.
! You can also use the preset number but-
tons 1/ to 6/ to recall a preset phone
number.
For more details about storing phone num-
bers, refer to Storing and recalling phone
numbers on page 9.
PHONE FUNC (phone function)
You can set A. ANSR, R.TONE and PB INVT from
this menu. For details, refer to Function and opera-
tion on this page.
Function and operation
1 Display PHONE FUNC.
Refer to PHONE FUNC (phone function) on this
page.
2 Press M.C. to display the function menu.
3 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
A. ANSR (automatic answering)
1 Press M.C. to turn automatic answering on or
off.
R.TONE (ring tone select)
1 Press M.C. to turn the ring tone on or off.
PB INVT (phone book name view)
1 Press M.C. to invert the order of names in the
phone book.
Bluetooth Audio
Important
! Depending on the Bluetooth audio player
connected to this unit, the available opera-
tions will be limited to the following two lev-
els:
— A2DP profile (Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile): You can only playback songs on your
audio player.
You cannot use the A2DP connection when
iPod or PANDORA is selected as a source.
— AVRCP profile (Audio/Video Remote Control
Profile): You can perform playback, pause
playback, select songs, etc.
! Since there are a number of Bluetooth audio
players available on the market, available op-
erations will vary extensively. When operating
your player with this unit, refer to the instruc-
tion manual that came with your Bluetooth
audio player as well as this manual.
! As the signal from your cellular phone may
cause noise, avoid using it when you are lis-
tening to songs on your Bluetooth audio
player.
! When a call is in progress on the cellular
phone connected to this unit via Bluetooth
wireless technology, the sound of the
Bluetooth audio player connected to this unit
is muted.
! When the Bluetooth audio player is in use,
you cannot connect to a Bluetooth telephone
automatically.
! Playback continues even if you switch from
your Bluetooth audio player to another
source while listening to a song.
! Depending on the type of Bluetooth audio
player you have connected to this unit, oper-
ation and information display may not be
available for some functions.
Setting up for Bluetooth audio
Before you can use the Bluetooth audio function
you must set up the unit for use with your
Bluetooth audio player. This entails establishing
a Bluetooth wireless connection between this
unit and your Bluetooth audio player, and pair-
ing your Bluetooth audio player with this unit.
1 Connection
Operate the Bluetooth telephone connection
menu. Refer to Connection menu operation on
the previous page.
Basic operations
Fast forwarding or reversing
1 Press and hold c or d.
Selecting a track
1 Press c or d.
Starting playback
1 Press BAND/ .
Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
! DEVICE INFO (device name)
! TRACK INFO (track title/artist name/album
title)
! ELAPSED TIME (track number and play-
back time)
! CLOCK (source name and clock)
! SPEANA (spectrum analyzer)
Notes
! TRACK INFO text information will change au-
tomatically.
! Depending on the device, text information
can be changed.
Operations using special buttons
Selecting a repeat play range
1 Press 6/ to select a repeat play range from
one or all.
! This function may not be available depend-
ing on the type of Bluetooth audio player
connected.
! The repeat play range varies depending on
the Bluetooth audio player in use.
Playing tracks in random order
1 Press 5/ to turn random play on or off.
! The random play range varies depending
on the Bluetooth audio player in use.
Pausing playback
1 Press 4/PAUSE to pause or resume.
Function settings
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select FUNCTION.
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3 Turn M.C. to select the function.
Once selected, the following functions can be
adjusted.
PLAY (play)
1 Press M.C. to start playback.
STOP (stop)
1 Press M.C. to stop the playback.
S.RTRV (sound retriever)
Automatically enhances compressed audio and
restores rich sound.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
1—2—OFF (off)
1 is effective for low compression rates, and 2
is effective for high compression rates.
Audio adjustments
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select AUDIO.
3 Turn M.C. to select the audio function.
Once selected, the following audio functions
can be adjusted.
! FADER is not available when SUB.W/SUB.W
is selected in SP-P/O MODE. For details, refer
to SP-P/O MODE (rear output and preout set-
ting) on page 15.
! SUB.W, SUB.W CTRL and HPF SETTING are
not available when REAR/REAR is selected in
SP-P/O MODE. For details, refer to
SP-P/O MODE (rear output and preout set-
ting) on page 15.
! SUB.W CTRL and HPF SETTING are not avail-
able when SUB.W is selected in OFF. For de-
tails, refer to SUB.W (subwoofer on/off
setting) on this page.
FADER (fader adjustment)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to adjust the front/rear speaker bal-
ance.
BALANCE (balance adjustment)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to adjust the left/right speaker bal-
ance.
EQ SETTING (equalizer recall)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the equalizer.
POWERFUL—NATURAL—VOCAL—CUS-
TOM1—CUSTOM2—FLAT—SUPER BASS
The equalizer band and equalizer level can be
customized when CUSTOM1 or CUSTOM2 is
selected.
If selecting CUSTOM1 or CUSTOM2, complete
the procedures outlined below. If selecting
other options, press M.C. to return to the pre-
vious display.
! CUSTOM1 can be set separately for each
source. However, USB, iPod and PAN-
DORA are all set to the same setting auto-
matically.
! CUSTOM2 is a shared setting used in com-
mon for all sources.
3 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
4 Press M.C. to cycle between the following:
Equalizer band—Equalizer level
5 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
Equalizer band: 80HZ—250HZ—800HZ—
2.5KHZ—8KHZ
Equalizer level: +6 to –6
LOUDNESS (loudness)
Loudness compensates for deficiencies in the low-
frequency and high-frequency ranges at low vol-
ume.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
OFF (off)—LOW (low)—MID (mid)—HI (high)
SUB.W (subwoofer on/off setting)
This unit is equipped with a subwoofer output
which can be turned on or off.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
NOR (normal phase)—REV (reverse phase)—
OFF (subwoofer off)
SUB.W CTRL (subwoofer adjustment)
Only frequencies lower than those in the selected
range are outputted from the subwoofer.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Press M.C. to cycle between the following:
Cut-off frequency—Output level—Slope level
Rates that can be adjusted will flash.
3 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
Cut-off frequency: 50HZ—63HZ—80HZ—
100HZ—125HZ—160HZ—200HZ
Output level: –24 to +6
Slope level: –6— –12
BASS BOOST (bass boost)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select a desired level.
0 to +6 is displayed as the level is increased or
decreased.
HPF SETTING (high pass filter adjustment)
When you do not want low sounds from the sub-
woofer output frequency range to play from the
front or rear speakers, turn on the HPF (high pass
filter). Only frequencies higher than those in the
selected range are output from the front or rear
speakers.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Press M.C. to cycle between the following:
Cut-off frequency—Slope level
3 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
Cut-off frequency: OFF—50HZ—63HZ—80HZ
—100HZ—125HZ—160HZ—200HZ
Slope level: –6— –12
SLA (source level adjustment)
SLA (Source level adjustment) lets you adjust the
volume level of each source to prevent radical
changes in volume when switching between sour-
ces.
! Settings are based on the FM volume level,
which remains unchanged.
! The AM volume level can also be adjusted with
this function.
! When selecting FM as the source, you cannot
switch to SLA.
! USB, iPod and PANDORA are all set to the
same setting automatically.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to adjust the source volume.
Adjustment range: +4 to –4
System menu
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select SYSTEM.
3 Turn M.C. to select the system menu
function.
Once selected, the following system menu func-
tions can be adjusted.
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CLOCK SET (setting the clock)
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Press M.C. to select the segment of the clock
display you wish to set.
Hour—Minute
3 Turn M.C. to adjust the clock.
12H/24H (time notation)
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
12H (12-hour clock)—24H (24-hour clock)
INFO DISPLAY (sub information)
The type of text information displayed in the sub
information section can be toggled.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
SPEANA—LEVEL METER—SOURCE—CLOCK
—OFF
! The signal bar indicator displays for SPEANA
or LEVEL METER when the source is set to
TUNER.
AUX (auxiliary input)
Activate this setting when using an auxiliary de-
vice connected to this unit.
1 Press M.C. to turn AUX on or off.
BT AUDIO (Bluetooth audio activation)
You need to activate the BT AUDIO source in order
to use a Bluetooth audio player.
1 Press M.C. to turn the BT AUDIO source on or
off.
BT MEM CLEAR (clearing the Bluetooth device
data stored on this unit)
Bluetooth device data stored on this unit can be
cleared. To protect personal information, we rec-
ommend that you clear this data before transfer-
ring this unit to other persons. The following types
of data on this unit will be cleared in such cases.
! Device list
! PIN code
! Call history
! Phone book
! Preset phone numbers
1 Press M.C. to show the confirmation display.
YES is displayed. Clearing memory is now on
standby.
If you do not want to clear the Bluetooth device
data stored on this unit, turn M.C. to display
CANCEL and press it again to select.
2 Press M.C. to clear the memory.
CLEARED is displayed and the Bluetooth de-
vice data is cleared.
! While this function is in use, do not turn
off the engine.
BT VERSION (Bluetooth version display)
You can display the system versions of this unit
and of Bluetooth module.
1 Press M.C. to display the information.
Selecting the key color
You can select desired colors for the keys of this
unit.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
3 Turn M.C. to display KEY COLOR and
press to select.
4 Turn M.C. to select the illumination color.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! Preset colors (ranging from WHITE to ROSE)
! SCAN (cycle through all colors)
! Sets of colors (WARM, AMBIENT, CALM)
! CUSTOM (customized illumination color)
Notes
! When SCAN is selected, the system auto-
matically cycles through the preset colors.
! When WARM is selected, the system auto-
matically cycles through the warm colors.
! When AMBIENT is selected, the system au-
tomatically cycles through the ambient col-
ors.
! When CALM is selected, the system auto-
matically cycles through the calm colors.
! When CUSTOM is selected, the customized
color saved is selected.
Selecting the display color
You can select the desired colors for the display
of this unit.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
3 Turn M.C. to display DISP COLOR and
press to select.
4 Turn M.C. to select the illumination color.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! Preset colors (ranging from WHITE to ROSE)
! SCAN (cycle through all colors)
! Sets of colors (WARM, AMBIENT, CALM)
! CUSTOM (customized illumination color)
Note
For details about colors on the list, refer to Se-
lecting the key color on this page.
Selecting key and display color
You can select the desired colors for the keys
and display of this unit.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
3 Turn M.C. to display BOTH COLOR and
press to select.
4 Turn M.C. to select the illumination color.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! Preset colors (ranging from WHITE to ROSE)
! SCAN (cycle through all colors)
Notes
! Once you select a color in this function, col-
ors on the keys and display of this unit auto-
matically switch to the color you selected.
! For details about colors on the list, refer to
Selecting the key color on this page.
Selecting the key colors
displayed when a call is
received
You can select the desired key colors to display
when an incoming call is received.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
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3 Turn M.C. to display PHONE COLOR and
press to select.
4 Turn M.C. to select the illumination color.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! FLASHING – The color selected from
KEY COLOR flashes.
! FLASH MODE1 to FLASH MODE6 – The sys-
tem automatically cycles through all available
key colors for this unit. Select the desired
mode.
! OFF – No change in key color made when in-
coming calls are received.
Switching the dimmer setting
You can adjust the brightness of illumination.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
3 Turn M.C. to display DIMMER and press
to select the desired setting.
OFF (off)—ON (on)
! You can also change the dimmer setting by
pressing and holding /DIMMER.
Customizing the
illumination color
You can create custom illumination colors for
both KEY COLOR and DISP COLOR.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to display ILLUMI and press to
select.
3 Turn M.C. to display KEY COLOR or
DISP COLOR. Press to select.
4 Press M.C. and hold until the customizing
illumination color setting appears in the dis-
play.
5 Press M.C. to select the primary color.
R (red)—G (green)—B (blue)
6 Turn M.C. to adjust the brightness level.
Adjustment range: 0 to 60
# You cannot select a level below 20 for all three of
R (red), G (green), and B (blue) at the same time.
# You can also perform the same operation on
other colors.
Note
You cannot create a custom illumination color
while SCAN, WARM, AMBIENT or CALM is se-
lected.
About MIXTRAX
MIXTRAX technology is used to insert a variety
of sound effects in between songs, allowing you
to experience your music as a nonstop mix com-
plete with visual and lighting effects.
Notes
! Depending on the file/song, sound effects
may not be added.
! MIXTRAX includes a MIXTRAX flashing color
mode that when switched on turns the flash-
ing colors on and off in time with the audio
track. If you find the feature distracting while
driving, please turn MIXTRAX off. Refer to Op-
erations using the MIXTRAX button on page 6.
MIXTRAX menu
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select MIXTRAX.
3 Turn M.C. to select the MIXTRAX func-
tion.
Once selected, the following MIXTRAX functions
can be adjusted. The function is enabled when
MIXTRAX is on.
SHT PLAYBACK (short playback mode)
You can select the length of the playback time.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
1.0 MIN (1.0 minute)—1.5 MIN (1.5 minutes)—
2.0 MIN (2.0 minutes)—2.5 MIN (2.5 minutes)
—3.0 MIN (3.0 minutes)—OFF (off)
! Turn this option OFF if you want to play a selec-
tion all the way through from start to finish.
FLASH AREA (flash area)
You can select areas for flashing colors.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
KEY/DISPLAY (key and display)—KEY (key)—
OFF (off)
! When OFF is selected, the color set under IL-
LUMI is used as the display color.
FLASH PATTERN (flash pattern)
You can select flashing color patterns.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! SOUND LEVEL 1 to SOUND LEVEL 6 –
Flashing colors will flash on and off in syn-
chronization with the sound level in a
song. Select the desired mode.
! LOW PASS 1 to LOW PASS 6 – Flashing
colors will flash on and off in synchroniza-
tion with the bass level in a song. Select
the desired mode.
! RANDOM 1 – The pattern for the flashing
colors is randomly selected from the sound
level mode and low pass mode.
! RANDOM 2 – The pattern for the flashing
colors is randomly selected from the sound
level mode.
! RANDOM 3 – The pattern for the flashing
colors is randomly selected from the low
pass mode.
DISPLAY FX (display effect)
The MIXTRAX special effects display can be turned
on or off.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
ON (MIXTRAX special effects display)—OFF
(normal display)
CUT IN FX (manual cut-in effect)
You can turn on or off the MIXTRAX sound effects
while manually changing tracks.
1 Press M.C. to select the desired setting.
ON (on)—OFF (off)
Initial menu
1 Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit
turns off.
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2 Press and hold M.C. until the main menu
appears in the display.
3 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select INITIAL.
4 Turn M.C. to select the initial menu func-
tion.
Once selected, the following initial menu func-
tions can be adjusted.
SP-P/O MODE (rear output and preout setting)
The rear speaker leads output and the RCA output
of this unit can be used to connect a full-range
speaker or subwoofer. Select a suitable option for
your connection.
1 Press M.C. to display the setting mode.
2 Turn M.C. to select the desired setting.
You can select any one of the options in the fol-
lowing list:
! REAR/SUB.W – Select when there is a full-
range speaker connected to the rear speak-
er leads output and there is a subwoofer
connected to the RCA output.
! SUB.W/SUB.W – Select when there is a
subwoofer connected directly to the rear
speaker leads output without any auxiliary
amp and there is a subwoofer connected
to the RCA output.
! REAR/REAR – Select when there is a full-
range speaker connected to the rear speak-
er leads output and the RCA output.
If there is a full-range speaker connected to
the rear speaker leads output and the RCA
output is not used, you may select either
REAR/SUB.W or REAR/REAR.
S/W UPDATE (updating the software)
This function is used to update this unit with the
latest Bluetooth software. For about Bluetooth
software and updating, refer to our website.
! Never turn the unit off while the Bluetooth soft-
ware is being updated.
1 Press M.C. to display the data transfer mode.
Follow the on-screen instructions to finish up-
dating the Bluetooth software.
System menu
1 Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit
turns off.
2 Press and hold M.C. until the main menu
appears in the display.
3 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select SYSTEM.
4 Turn M.C. to select the system menu
function.
For details, refer to System menu on page 12.
Using an AUX source
1 Insert the stereo mini plug into the AUX
input jack.
2 Press SRC/OFF to select AUX as the
source.
Note
AUX cannot be selected unless the auxiliary set-
ting is turned on. For more details, refer to AUX
(auxiliary input) on page 13.
Switching the display
Selecting the desired text information
1 Press DISP to cycle between the following:
! Source name
! Source name and clock
If an unwanted display appears
Turn off the unwanted display using the proce-
dures listed below.
1 Press M.C. to display the main menu.
2 Turn M.C. to change the menu option
and press to select SYSTEM.
3 Turn M.C. to display DEMO OFF and press
to select.
4 Turn M.C. to switch to YES.
5 Press M.C. to select.
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Connections
WARNING
! Use speakers over 50 W (output value) and
between 4 W to 8 W (impedance value). Do
not use 1 W to 3 W speakers for this unit.
! The black cable is ground. When installing
this unit or power amp (sold separately),
make sure to connect the ground wire first.
Ensure that the ground wire is properly con-
nected to metal parts of the car’s body. The
ground wire of the power amp and the one of
this unit or any other device must be con-
nected to the car separately with different
screws. If the screw for the ground wire loos-
ens or falls out, it could result in fire, genera-
tion of smoke or malfunction.
Ground wire
Metal parts of car’s body
POWER AMP
Other devices
(Another electronic
device in the car)
Important
! When installing this unit in a vehicle without
an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition
switch, failure to connect the red cable to the
terminal that detects operation of the ignition
key may result in battery drain.
O
N
S
T
A
R
T
O
F
F
ACC position No ACC position
! Use this unit with a 12-volt battery and nega-
tive grounding only. Failure to do so may re-
sult in a fire or malfunction.
! To prevent a short-circuit, overheating or mal-
function, be sure to follow the directions
below.
— Disconnect the negative terminal of the bat-
tery before installation.
— Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhe-
sive tape. Wrap adhesive tape around wiring
that comes into contact with metal parts to
protect the wiring.
— Place all cables away from moving parts,
such as the shift lever and seat rails.
— Place all cables away from hot places, such
as near the heater outlet.
— Do not connect the yellow cable to the battery
by passing it through the hole to the engine
compartment.
— 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 with
other devices. The current capacity of the
cable is limited.
— Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.
— Never wire the negative speaker cable directly
to ground.
— Never band together negative cables of multi-
ple speakers.
! When this unit is on, control signals are sent
through the blue/white cable. Connect this
cable to the system remote control of an ex-
ternal power amp or the vehicle’s auto-anten-
na relay control terminal (max. 300 mA
12 V DC). If the vehicle is equipped with a
glass antenna, connect it to the antenna
booster power supply terminal.
! Never connect the blue/white cable to the
power terminal of an external power amp.
Also, never connect it to the power terminal
of the auto antenna. Doing so may result in
battery drain or a malfunction.
This unit
1
3
2
6 7 8
4 5
1 Power cord input
2 Microphone input
3 Microphone
4 m (13 ft. 1 in.)
4 Rear output or subwoofer output
5 Front output
6 Antenna input
7 Fuse (10 A)
8 Wired remote input
Hard-wired remote control adapter can be
connected (sold separately).
Power cord
Perform these connections when not connect-
ing a rear speaker lead to a subwoofer.








1
8
9
c
d
6
3
2
4
5
7
a
b
e
f
h
g
L R
F
R
Perform these connections when using a sub-
woofer without the optional amplifier.










1
8
9
c
d
6
3
2
4
7
a
b
a
b
e
f
h
g
L R
F
SW
i
j
d
c
k l
1 To power cord input
2 Left
3 Right
4 Front speaker
5 Rear speaker
6 White
7 White/black
8 Gray
9 Gray/black
a Green
b Green/black
c Violet
d Violet/black
e Black (chassis ground)
Connect to a clean, paint-free metal location.
f Yellow
Connect to the constant 12 V supply termi-
nal.
g Red
Connect to terminal controlled by ignition
switch (12 V DC).
h Blue/white
Connect to system control terminal of the
power amp or auto-antenna relay control ter-
minal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).
i Subwoofer (4 W)
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j When using a subwoofer of 70 W (2 W), be
sure to connect the subwoofer to the violet
and violet/black leads of this unit. Do not
connect anything to the green and green/
black leads.
k Not used.
l Subwoofer (4 W) × 2
Notes
! With a 2 speaker system, do not connect any-
thing to the speaker leads that are not con-
nected to speakers.
! Change the initial menu of this unit. Refer to
SP-P/O MODE (rear output and preout set-
ting) on page 15.
The subwoofer output of this unit is monau-
ral.
Power amp (sold separately)
Perform these connections when using the op-
tional amplifier.








1
1
3
2
4
5
5
3
2
6
7
7
1 System remote control
Connect to Blue/white cable.
2 Power amp (sold separately)
3 Connect with RCA cables (sold separately)
4 To Front output
5 Front speaker
6 To Rear output or subwoofer output
7 Rear speaker or subwoofer
Installation
Important
! Check all connections and systems before
final installation.
! Do not use unauthorized parts as this may
cause malfunctions.
! Consult your dealer if installation requires
drilling of holes or other modifications to the
vehicle.
! Do not install this unit where:
— it may interfere with operation of the vehicle.
— it may cause injury to a passenger as a result
of a sudden stop.
! The semiconductor laser will be damaged if
it overheats. Install this unit away from hot
places such as near the heater outlet.
! Optimum performance is obtained when the
unit is installed at an angle of less than 60°.
60°
! When installing, to ensure proper heat dis-
persal when using this unit, make sure you
leave ample space behind the rear panel and
wrap any loose cables so they are not block-
ing the vents.
5cm
cm
Leave ample
space 5 cm
5 cm
! Use commercially available parts when in-
stalling.
Installation using the screw
holes on the side of the unit
% Fastening the unit to the factory radio-
mounting bracket.
Position the unit so that its screw holes are
aligned with the screw holes of the bracket, and
tighten the screws at 3 locations on each side.
1
2
4
3
1 If the pawl gets in the way, bend it down.
2 Factory radio mounting bracket
3 Use either truss (5 mm × 8 mm) or flush sur-
face (5 mm × 9 mm) screws, depending on
the bracket screw holes.
4 Dashboard or console
Installing the microphone
CAUTION
It is extremely dangerous to allow the micro-
phone lead to become wound around the steer-
ing column or shift lever. Be sure to install the
unit in such a way that it will not obstruct driv-
ing.
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.
When installing the microphone
on the sun visor
1 Install the microphone on the micro-
phone clip.
1
2
1 Microphone
2 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 voice
recognition rate.)
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1
2
1 Microphone clip
2 Clamp
Use separately sold clamps to secure the
lead where necessary inside the vehicle.
When installing the microphone
on the steering column
1 Install the microphone on the micro-
phone clip.
2
4
3
1
1 Microphone
2 Microphone base
3 Microphone clip
4 Fit the microphone lead into the groove.
# Microphone can be installed without using mi-
crophone clip. In this case, detach the microphone
base from the microphone clip. To detach the micro-
phone base from the microphone clip, slide the mi-
crophone base.
2 Install the microphone clip on the steer-
ing column.
2
1
3
1 Double-sided tape
2 Install the microphone clip on the rear side of
the steering column.
3 Clamp
Use separately sold clamps to secure the
lead where necessary inside the vehicle.
Adjusting the microphone angle
The microphone angle can be adjusted.
Troubleshooting
Symptom Cause Action
The display
automatically
returns to the
ordinary dis-
play.
You did not per-
form any opera-
tion within
about 30 sec-
onds.
Perform operation
again.
The repeat
play range
changes un-
expectedly.
Depending on
the repeat play
range, the se-
lected range
may change
when another
folder or track is
being selected
or during fast
forwarding/re-
versing.
Select the repeat
play range again.
A subfolder is
not played
back.
Subfolders can-
not be played
when FLD (fold-
er repeat) is se-
lected.
Select another re-
peat play range.
NO XXXX ap-
pears when a
display is
changed (NO
TITLE, for ex-
ample).
There is no em-
bedded text in-
formation.
Switch the display
or play another
track/file.
The unit is
malfunction-
ing.
There is inter-
ference.
You are using a
device, such as
a cellular
phone, that
transmits elec-
tric waves near
the unit.
Move electrical
devices that may
be causing the in-
terference away
from the unit.
Symptom Cause Action
The sound
from the
Bluetooth
audio source
is not played
back.
There is a call in
progress on a
Bluetooth con-
nected cellular
phone.
The sound will be
played back when
the call is termi-
nated.
A Bluetooth
connected cel-
lular phone is
currently being
operated.
Do not operate
the cellular phone
at this time.
A call was
made with a
Bluetooth con-
nected cellular
phone and then
immediately ter-
minated. As a
result, commu-
nication be-
tween this unit
and the cellular
phone was not
terminated
properly.
Reconnect the
Bluetooth con-
nection between
this unit and the
cellular phone.
Error messages
When you contact your dealer or your nearest
Pioneer Service Center, be sure to note the error
message.
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Common
Message Cause Action
AMP ERROR Unit fails to op-
erate or speaker
connection is
incorrect; pro-
tective circuit is
activated.
Check the speak-
er connection. If
the message fails
to disappear even
after the engine is
switched off/on,
contact your deal-
er or an author-
ized Pioneer
Service Station
for assistance.
CD player
Message Cause Action
ERROR-07,
11, 12, 17, 30
The disc is dirty. Clean the disc.
The disc is
scratched.
Replace the disc.
ERROR-07,
10, 11, 12,
15, 17, 30,
A0
There is an elec-
trical or me-
chanical error.
Turn the ignition
switch OFF and
back ON, or
switch to a differ-
ent source, then
back to the CD
player.
ERROR-15 The inserted
disc is blank.
Replace the disc.
ERROR-23 Unsupported
CD format.
Replace the disc.
FORMAT
READ
Sometimes
there is a delay
between the
start of playback
and when you
start to hear any
sound.
Wait until the
message disap-
pears and you
hear sound.
Message Cause Action
NO AUDIO The inserted
disc does not
contain any
playable files.
Replace the disc.
SKIPPED The inserted
disc contains
DRM protected
files.
Replace the disc.
PROTECT All the files on
the inserted
disc are em-
bedded with
DRM.
Replace the disc.
USB storage device/iPod
Message Cause Action
FORMAT
READ
Sometimes
there is a delay
between the
start of playback
and when you
start to hear any
sound.
Wait until the
message disap-
pears and you
hear sound.
NO AUDIO There are no
songs.
Transfer the audio
files to the USB
storage device
and connect.
The connected
USB storage de-
vice has secur-
ity enabled.
Follow the USB
storage device in-
structions to dis-
able the security.
SKIPPED The connected
USB storage de-
vice contains
files embedded
with Windows
Mediaä DRM 9/
10.
Play an audio file
not embedded
with Windows
Media DRM 9/10.
Message Cause Action
PROTECT All the files in
the USB storage
device are em-
bedded with
Windows Media
DRM 9/10.
Transfer audio
files not em-
bedded with
Windows Media
DRM 9/10 to the
USB storage de-
vice and connect.
N/A USB The USB device
connected to is
not supported
by this unit.
! Connect a USB
Mass Storage
Class compliant
device.
! Disconnect
your device and
replace it with a
compatible USB
storage device.
CHECK USB The USB con-
nector or USB
cable has short-
circuited.
Check that the
USB connector or
USB cable is not
caught in some-
thing or dam-
aged.
CHECK USB The connected
USB storage de-
vice consumes
more than maxi-
mum allowable
current.
Disconnect the
USB storage de-
vice and do not
use it. Turn the
ignition switch to
OFF, then to ACC
or ON and then
connect only
compliant USB
storage devices.
Message Cause Action
CHECK USB The iPod oper-
ates correctly
but does not
charge.
Make sure the
connection cable
for the iPod has
not shorted out
(e.g., not caught
in metal objects).
After checking,
turn the ignition
switch OFF and
back ON, or dis-
connect the iPod
and reconnect.
ERROR-19 Communication
failed.
Perform one of
the following op-
erations.
–Turn the ignition
switch OFF and
back ON.
–Disconnect the
USB storage de-
vice.
–Change to a dif-
ferent source.
Then, return to
the USB source.
iPod failure. Disconnect the
cable from the
iPod. Once the
iPod’s main
menu is dis-
played, reconnect
the iPod and reset
it.
ERROR-23 USB storage de-
vice was not for-
matted with
FAT12, FAT16 or
FAT32.
USB storage de-
vice should be for-
matted with
FAT12, FAT16 or
FAT32.
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Message Cause Action
ERROR-16 The iPod firm-
ware version is
old.
Update the iPod
version.
iPod failure. Disconnect the
cable from the
iPod. Once the
iPod’s main
menu is dis-
played, reconnect
the iPod and reset
it.
STOP There are no
songs in the
current list.
Select a list that
contains songs.
NOT FOUND No related
songs.
Transfer songs to
the iPod.
Bluetooth device
Message Cause Action
ERROR-10 The power failed
for the
Bluetooth mod-
ule of this unit.
Turn the ignition
switch OFF and
then to ACC or
ON.
If the error mes-
sage is still dis-
played after
performing the
above action,
please contact
your dealer or an
authorized
Pioneer Service
Station.
Pandora
Message Cause Action
ERROR-19 Communication
failed.
Disconnect the
cable from the
iPhone. Once the
iPhone’s main
menu is dis-
played, reconnect
the iPhone and
reset it.
START UP
APP
The Pandora ap-
plication has
not started run-
ning yet.
Start up the
Pandora applica-
tion from your
iPhone.
INOPERABLE The operation
was disabled.
Run the same
command for an-
other track.
TRY AGAIN Communica-
tions failed.
Try again later.
MAINTE-
NANCE
Pandora system
is undergoing
maintenance.
Try again later.
SKIP LIMIT Skip limit
reached.
! Do not exceed
the skip limit.
! Pandora limits
the number of
tracks you may
skip per station
and per day.
CHECK APP This version of
the Pandora ap-
plication is not
supported.
Connect an
iPhone that has a
compatible ver-
sion of the
Pandora applica-
tion installed.
Message Cause Action
CHECK DE-
VICE
Device error
message dis-
played in
Pandora Appli-
cation.
Unable to play
music from
Pandora.
Please check your
iPhone.
NO STATION No station
found.
Create a station
in the Pandora
application on
your iPhone.
NO ACTIVE
ST
No station se-
lected.
Select a station.
Handling guidelines
Discs and player
Use only discs that feature either of the following
two logos.
Use 12-cm discs. Do not use 8-cm discs or an
adapter for 8-cm discs.
Use only conventional, fully circular discs. Do not
use shaped discs.
Do not insert anything other than a CD into the
CD loading slot.
Do not use cracked, chipped, warped, or other-
wise damaged discs as they may damage the play-
er.
Unfinalized CD-R/RW discs cannot be played
back.
Do not touch the recorded surface of the discs.
Store discs in their cases when not in use.
Do not attach labels, write on or apply chemicals
to the surface of the discs.
To clean a CD, wipe the disc with a soft cloth out-
ward from the center.
Condensation may temporarily impair the player’s
performance. Let it rest for about one hour to ad-
just to a warmer temperature. Also, wipe any
damp discs off with a soft cloth.
Playback of discs may not be possible because of
disc characteristics, disc format, recorded applica-
tion, playback environment, storage conditions,
and so on.
Road shocks may interrupt disc playback.
Read the precautions for discs before using them.
When using discs that can be printed on label sur-
faces, check the instructions and the warnings of
the discs. Depending on the discs, inserting and
ejecting may not be possible. Using such discs
may result in damage to this equipment.
Do not attach commercially available labels or
other materials to the discs.
! The discs may warp making the disc unplay-
able.
! The labels may come off during playback and
prevent ejection of the discs, which may result
in damage to the equipment.
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USB storage device
Address any questions you have about your USB
storage device to the manufacturer of the device.
Connections via USB hub are not supported.
Do not connect anything other than a USB stor-
age device.
Firmly secure the USB storage device when driv-
ing. Do not let the USB storage device fall onto the
floor, where it may become jammed under the
brake or accelerator pedal.
Depending on the USB storage device, the follow-
ing problems may occur.
! Operations may vary.
! The storage device may not be recognized.
! Files may not be played back properly.
! The device may generate noise in the radio.
iPod
Do not leave the iPod in places with high tempera-
tures.
To ensure proper operation, connect the dock con-
nector cable from the iPod directly to this unit.
Firmly secure the iPod when driving. Do not let the
iPod fall onto the floor, where it may become
jammed under the brake or accelerator pedal.
About iPod settings
! When an iPod is connected, this unit changes
the EQ (equalizer) setting of the iPod to off in
order to optimize the acoustics. When you dis-
connect the iPod, the EQ returns to the original
setting.
! You cannot set Repeat to off on the iPod when
using this unit. Repeat is automatically
changed to All when the iPod is connected to
this unit.
Incompatible text saved on the iPod will not be dis-
played by the unit.
DualDiscs
DualDiscs are two-sided discs that have a record-
able CD for audio on one side and a recordable
DVD for video on the other.
Since the CD side of DualDiscs is not physically
compatible with the general CD standard, it may
not be possible to play the CD side with this unit.
Frequent loading and ejecting of a DualDisc may
result in scratches on the disc. Serious scratches
can lead to playback problems on this unit. In
some cases, a DualDisc may become stuck in the
disc loading slot and will not eject. To prevent this,
we recommend you refrain from using DualDisc
with this unit.
Please refer to the information from the disc man-
ufacturer for more detailed information about
DualDiscs.
Compressed audio
compatibility (disc, USB)
WMA
File extension: .wma
Bit rate: 48 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), 48 kbps to
384 kbps (VBR)
Sampling frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Windows Media Audio Professional, Lossless,
Voice/DRM Stream/Stream with video: Not com-
patible
MP3
File extension: .mp3
Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps (CBR), VBR
Sampling frequency: 8 kHz to 48 kHz (32 kHz,
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz for emphasis)
Compatible ID3 tag version: 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
(ID3 tag Version 2.x is given priority over Version
1.x.)
M3u playlist: Not compatible
MP3i (MP3 interactive), mp3 PRO: Not compatible
WAV
File extension: .wav
Quantization bits: 8 and 16 (LPCM), 4 (MS
ADPCM)
Sampling frequency: 16 kHz to 48 kHz (LPCM),
22.05 kHz and 44.1 kHz (MS ADPCM)
Supplemental information
Only the first 32 characters can be displayed as a
file name (including the file extension) or a folder
name.
This unit may not operate correctly depending on
the application used to encode WMA files.
There may be a slight delay at the start of playback
of audio files embedded with image data or audio
files stored on a USB storage device that has nu-
merous folder hierarchies.
Disc
Playable folder hierarchy: up to eight tiers (A prac-
tical hierarchy is less than two tiers.)
Playable folders: up to 99
Playable files: up to 999
File system: ISO 9660 Level 1 and 2, Romeo, Joliet
Multi-session playback: Compatible
Packet write data transfer: Not compatible
Regardless of the length of blank sections be-
tween the songs from the original recording, com-
pressed audio discs play with a short pause
between songs.
USB storage device
Playable folder hierarchy: up to eight tiers (A prac-
tical hierarchy is less than two tiers.)
Playable folders: up to 500
Playable files: up to 15 000
Playback of copyright-protected files: Not compati-
ble
Partitioned USB storage device: Only the first par-
tition can be played.
There may be a slight delay when starting play-
back of audio files on a USB storage device with
numerous folder hierarchies.
CAUTION
! Pioneer cannot guarantee compatibility with
all USB mass storage devices and assumes
no responsibility for any loss of data on
media players, smart phones, or other devi-
ces while using this product.
! Do not leave discs or a USB storage device
in any place that is subject to high tempera-
tures.
iPod compatibility
This unit supports only the following iPod mod-
els. Supported iPod software versions are shown
below. Older versions may not be supported.
Made for
! iPod touch 4th generation (software version
5.1.1)
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! iPod touch 3rd generation (software version
5.1.1)
! iPod touch 2nd generation (software version
4.2.1)
! iPod touch 1st generation (software version
3.1.3)
! iPod classic 160GB (software version 2.0.4)
! iPod classic 120GB (software version 2.0.1)
! iPod classic (software version 1.1.2)
! iPod with video (software version 1.3.0)
! iPod nano 6th generation (software version
1.2)
! iPod nano 5th generation (software version
1.0.2)
! iPod nano 4th generation (software version
1.0.4)
! iPod nano 3rd generation (software version
1.1.3)
! iPod nano 2nd generation (software version
1.1.3)
! iPod nano 1st generation (software version
1.3.1)
! iPhone 4S (software version 5.1.1)
! iPhone 4 (software version 5.1.1)
! iPhone 3GS (software version 5.1.1)
! iPhone 3G (software version 4.2.1)
! iPhone (software version 3.1.2)
Depending on the generation or version of the
iPod, some functions may not be available.
Operations may vary depending on the software
version of iPod.
When using an iPod, an iPod Dock Connector to
USB Cable is required.
A Pioneer CD-IU51 interface cable is also avail-
able. For details, consult your dealer.
About the file/format compatibility, refer to the
iPod manuals.
Audiobook, Podcast: Compatible
CAUTION
Pioneer accepts no responsibility for data lost
on the iPod, even if that data is lost while this
unit is used.
Sequence of audio files
The user cannot assign folder numbers and
specify playback sequences with this unit.
Example of a hierarchy






Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
01
02
03
04
05
: Folder
: Compressed
audio file
01 to 05: Folder
number
1 to 6: Playback
sequence
Disc
Folder selection sequence or other operation
may differ depending on the encoding or writing
software.
USB storage device
Playback sequence is the same as recorded se-
quence in the USB storage device.
To specify the playback sequence, the following
method is recommended.
1 Create a file name that includes numbers
that specify the playback sequence (e.g.,
001xxx.mp3 and 099yyy.mp3).
2 Put those files into a folder.
3 Save the folder containing files on the USB
storage device.
However, depending on the system environment,
you may not be able to specify the playback se-
quence.
For USB portable audio players, the sequence is
different and depends on the player.
Bluetooth profiles
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)
! OPP (Object Push Profile)
! HFP (Hands Free Profile) 1.5
! HSP (Head Set Profile)
! PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
! A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
! AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
1.3
Copyright and trademark
Bluetooth
The Bluetooth
â
word mark and logos are regis-
tered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and any use of such marks by PIONEER
CORPORATION is under license. Other trade-
marks and trade names are those of their re-
spective owners.
iTunes
Apple and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
MP3
Supply of this product only conveys a license for
private, non-commercial use and does not con-
vey a license nor imply any right to use this prod-
uct in any commercial (i.e. revenue-generating)
real time broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite,
cable and/or any other media), broadcasting/
streaming via internet, intranets and/or other
networks or in other electronic content distribu-
tion systems, such as pay-audio or audio-on-de-
mand applications. An independent license for
such use is required. For details, please visit
http://www.mp3licensing.com.
WMA
Windows Media is either a registered trademark
or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
This product includes technology owned by
Microsoft Corporation and cannot be used or
distributed without a license from Microsoft
Licensing, Inc.
iPod & iPhone
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod
touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean
that an electronic accessory has been designed
to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respec-
tively, and has been certified by the developer to
meet Apple performance standards. Apple is
not responsible for the operation of this device
or its compliance with safety and regulatory
standards. Please note that the use of this ac-
cessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless
performance.
Pandora
Pandora is a registered trademark of Pandora
Media, Inc.
MIXTRAX
MIXTRAX is a trademark of the PIONEER
CORPORATION.
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Specifications
General
Power source ................... 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V al-
lowable)
Grounding system ............ Negative type
Maximum current consumption
................................... 10.0 A
Dimensions (W × H × D):
DIN
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm ×
157 mm
(7 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 6-1/8 in.)
Nose .................. 188 mm × 118 mm ×
25 mm
(7-3/8 in.× 4-5/8 in.× 1 in.)
D
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm ×
165 mm
(7 in.× 3-7/8 in.× 6-1/2 in.)
Nose .................. 170 mm × 96 mm ×
17 mm
(6-3/4 in.× 3-3/4 in.× 5/8 in.)
Weight ............................. 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs)
Audio
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4
70 W × 1/2 W (for subwoofer)
Continuous power output
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz,
5 % THD, 4 W load, both chan-
nels driven)
Load impedance .............. 4 W (4 W to 8 W allowable)
Preout maximum output level
................................... 2.0 V
Loudness contour ............ +10 dB (100 Hz), +6.5 dB
(10 kHz) (volume: –30 dB)
Equalizer (5-Band Graphic Equalizer):
Frequency ................. 80 Hz/250 Hz/800 Hz/
2.5 kHz/8 kHz
Equalization range .... ±12 dB (2 dB step)
Subwoofer (mono):
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
125 Hz/160 Hz/200 Hz
Slope ........................ –6 dB/oct, –12 dB/oct
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB
Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse
CD player
System ............................ Compact disc audio system
Usable discs .................... Compact disc
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 94 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio)
(Windows Media Player)
WAV signal format ........... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
(Non-compressed)
USB
USB standard specification
................................... USB 2.0 full speed
Maximum current supply
................................... 1 A
USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
File system ....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio)
(Windows Media Player)
WAV signal format ........... Linear PCM & MS ADPCM
(Non-compressed)
FM tuner
Frequency range .............. 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 μV/75 W, mono, S/N:
30 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IHF-A network)
AM tuner
Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz
Usable sensitivity ............. 25 μV (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IHF-A network)
Bluetooth
Version ............................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
(Power class 2)
CEA2006 Specifications
Power output ................... 14 W RMS × 4 Channels (4 W
and ≦ 1 % THD+N)
S/N ratio .......................... 91 dBA (reference: 1 W into
4 W)
Note
Specifications and the design are subject to
modifications without notice.
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PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY VALID ONLY IN COUNTRY OF PRODUCT PURCHASE
WARRANTY
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. (PUSA), and Pioneer Electronics OfCanada, Inc. (POC), warrant that products distributed by PUSA in the U.S.A., and by POC in Canada that fail to
function properly under normal use due to a manufacturing defect when installed and operated according to the owner's manual enclosed with the unit will be repaired or replaced with
a unit ofcomparable value, at the option of PUSAor POC, without charge to you for parts or actual repair work. Replacement units and/or parts supplied under this warranty may be
new or rebuilt at the option of PUSAor POC.
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PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED FROM AN AUTHORIZED PIONEER DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER IN THE U.S.A. OR CANADA. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A SALES
RECEIPT OR OTHER VALID PROOF OF PURCHASE SHOWING THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE OR, IF RENTED, YOUR RENTAL CONTRACT SHOWING THE PLACE
AND DATE OF FIRST RENTAL. IN THE EVENT SERVICE IS REQUIRED, THE PRODUCT MUST BE DELIVERED WITHIN THE WARRANTY PERIOD, TRANSPORTATION
PREPAID, ONLY FROM WITHIN THE COUNTRY OF PURCHASE AS EXPLAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT. YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVALAND INSTALLATION OF
THE PRODUCT. PUSAOR POC, AS APPROPRIATE, WILL PAY TO RETURN THE REPAIRED OR REPLACEMENT PRODUCT TO YOU WITHIN THE COUNTRY OF PURCHASE.
PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIOD
Car Stereo Products
Parts
1 Year
Labor
1 Year
The warranty period for retail customers who rent the product commences upon the date product is first put into use (a) during the rental period or (b) retail sale, whichever occurs first.
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DAMAGE TO THE PRODUCT RESULTING FROM ALTERATIONS, MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY PIONEER, ACCIDENT, MISUSE OR ABUSE, DAMAGE DUE TO
UGHTNINGORTOPOWERSURGES,SUBSEQUENTDAMAGEFROMLEAKING, DAMAGE FROMINOPERATIVE BATTERIES,ORTHE USEOF BATTERIESNOTCONFORMINGTOTHOSE
SPECIFIEDINTHEOWNER'SMANUAL.
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On all complaints and concerns in the U.S.A. call Customer Support at 1-800-421-1404, or, in Canada, call Customer Satisfaction at (905) 479-4411.
IN THE U.S.A. IN CANADA
For hook-up and operation of your unit or to locate an For additional information on this warranty, please call or write:
Authorized Service Company, please call or write: CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GROUP
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