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Dvd multimedia receiver with internal gps navigation and 6.

Press once to turn manuual unit on, press again to turn unit off. In-dash DVD video functions will only operate when vehicle is in Park and the parking. Warranty This warranty gives you specific legal rights. The DVD video display of the in-dash unit will not operate while the vehicle is moving.

Dual XDVD : DVD Multimedia Receiver OWNER’S MANUAL

Dvd multimedia receiver with bluetooth featuring a 6. This is a safety feature to prevent driver distraction. Check media for scratches. Press to display the next page. Check connections at speakers. Press OPEN to open or close the monitor. The distance is defined in milliseconds. In-dash DVD video functions will only operate when vehicle is in Park and the parkingbrake is engaged. Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. Page 57 Touch screen here to enter the Audio Setup Menu.

If Stop is touched a second time, then playback stops completely and will restart from the beginning of the disc. From the remote control or the front panel: Received CallsPress Received Call to retrieve the list of received calls from the mobile device. Page 65 Press OK to temporarily stop and resume playback. You must connect the phone to the head unit manually each time. Comments to this Manuals Your Name. DVD and AV1 audio can be heard while the vehicle is in motion without engaging the parking brake.


Table Of Contents Some DVD discs can be played only in certain playback modes according to the intentions of the software.

Page 13 If you experience abnormal operation or, your unit is inoperable, press the RESET xvd8183 for 3 seconds, located on the front bottom-right corner of the unit.

Step 1Step 2L11 Touch top left corner of screen. Page 35 DVD and AV1 audio can be heard while the vehicle is in motion without engaging the parking brake.

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This icon will remain highlighted until touched to disable. Use of this copyright protectiontechnology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, manuzl is intended for home and other limited viewing uses onlyunless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Select Present if a subwoofer is included in your system. Please be sure toread the instructions provided with each disc. L3Step 33 Touch Use the numeric keypad to enter the desired song xvd8183.

Enter desired track number and press OK.


Touch and hold to continuously tune up. Copyright NotesThis product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U. To turn thisfeature on, follow the steps below.

Follow thesesteps as described. Only WMA files with filename extension. Don’t show me this message again. Yellow wire not connected or incorrect voltage Red wire not connected or incorrect voltage. LL54Step 44 Touch the setting for your region.

This player has been designed to play back DVD software that has been encoded for specific region areas. The original sampling frequency is preserved when Offis selected. Refer to the owner’s manual of your mobile devicefor more details. Auto The head unit will automatically connect to a previously paired phone. Pressto skip to the next track. The DVD audio output will bedownsampled to 48kHz.

Use Rapid Dial by turning the right rotary clockwise orcounter-clockwise, and pressing in to select the highlighted channel. Focus error or disc is in upside down. Press the BAND button. Please make sure that Bluetooth is activated on your mobile device beforeyou begin the pairing process. Refer to page 21 for more details.