justin g Bass Leve l/T re ble Level /
lance (Between Le ft and Righ t)/Fader
twee n Fron t and Rear )
ess Ro tary encoder (AUDIO) repeat edly to
hoose the d esired mode .
ch pres s chan ges thde e mo as follows :
SS TRE BLE BALA NCE F ADER Return to nor mal
s: -12 ~ +12 dB
reble: -12 ~ + 12dB
lance : L15 ~ R1 5
der : R15 ~ F15
If no operation is pe rformed for 5 se conds after sel ec ting the BASS,
NCE or F ADER mode, the unit automa tically returns
to normal mode.
urn the R until the desired sound is otary encoder
tained in ea ch m ode .
ualiz er Pr esets (Fact ory’ s EQ)
6 typical equa
lizer settings are pre set at the factory for a variety of
ess S OUND r epeatedly until the desi red Factory’s EQ
type is di
ch press of t he butt onthe , equa lizer mo de will display
the selected equa
lizer characte ristic.
A T (O FF) ROCK POP JAZ Z VO CAL CLUB
FLA T ( OFF)
upp orted playback sampling rates and bit rates
is devi ce may not pl ay b ack cor rect ly depen ding on samp ling
3 ta gs/WMA tags
is devic e suppor ts ID3 tag and WMA tag.
ta g da ta is in an MP3/WMA ﬁle, this device can display
title (t rac k title), arname, tis t an d album name ID3 ta gWMA /
is dev ice can only disp lay up to 64 characters. (Uni coded ﬁle
d fold er names are up to 32 characters.)
r non-su ppor ted char acters and symb ols an as terisk is
inat form ion conta ins characte rs other than ID3 ta g info rmat ion,
ﬁle may not be played back.
ta g inform ation may not be corr ectly displayed , dep ending
the contents .
ducing MP3/ WMA discs
3/WMA ﬁles are prepared, then wri tten to a CD -R or
using CD-R wr iting softwar e. A di sc can hold up to 255
/folders (i nclud ing Root Folders), and the maximum numb er
fo lders is 255 .
ayb ack may not b e perfor med if a di sc exceeds the itat lim ions
me dia th at this devi ce can play b ack are CD-RO Ms, CD-Rs,
rresponding File Systems
is devic e suppor ts disc
s formatted with IS
O 9660 Level 1 or
is devi ce also can play back discs in Joliet, Romeo, etc., and
r stan dards that conform to ISO 9660. However , sometimes
ﬁle name s, fo lder names, etc., are not displaye dco rr ectly .
ats suppor ted
is device su ppor ts Multi-Sessi on.
is device cannot correct ly pl ay back discs recorded with
r ack At Once or p ack et writ ing.
HFS, UDF 1.50, Mi xed Mode CD and E nhanced CD (CD-
a) are not suppor ted.
der of ﬁ les
les are pl ayed back in the order that the writing softwa re wr ites
to the di sc. Ther efor e, the playback order ma
ex pecte d. V erify the writ ing order in the so ftware’ s
ocumentati on. The pl ayb ack order of the fold ers and ﬁ les is as
The folder No./ f older Name w ill not be displayed if n o ﬁle is
contained in the f
This is the “sound”
compression rate speciﬁed for en coding. The
higher the bit rate, the high
er the sound qu ality, b ut also th e larger
This value shows
how many times pe r second the d ata is sampled
ded). F or example, music CDs use a sampling
rate of 44.1 kHz,
so the sound is s
ampled (recorded) 44,100 times per second . The
higher the sam
pling rate, the higher the sound qual ity, but also the
larger the volume of data.
music CDs, W A VE (AIFF) ﬁles, and other sound ﬁ les into
the speciﬁed audio com
such as track t itles, artist names, al bum names,
etc., written int
o MP3 /WMA ﬁles.
The root folder (or root dir
ectory) is found at the top of the ﬁle
system. The root
a ll folders and ﬁles. It is created
a ll burned discs.
ling r ates : kHz, 48 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz,
6 kHz , 12 kHz, 11 .025 kHz, 8 kHz
rat es 8 - 320 kbps
ling ra tes : kHz, 48 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz
rates: 64 - 160 kbps
der the ISO9660 stan dard, there are so me restri cti ons to
maximum neste d fold er depth is 8 (i nclud ing the root
ectory). The number of char acters for a folder /ﬁle name is
aracters for fold er/ﬁle names are le tters A-Z, a-z,
bers 0-9 an d sym b ols.
der MP3 /WMA Fil e
disc with the lel s ab ide facing up.
e di sc will be pulledinto the unit automat ically, and the
DISC IN” indicator li ghts up .
hen a disc is alr eady inser t edpr , ess SOURC E/ to
witch to the DISC mode.
e mode will chan gev e ery timbu e the tton is press e d.
Displayed only w
hen a disc has been inserted.
Displayed only wh
en USB memory i s connected.
ile pl aying ba ck MP3 /WMA , press or
select the desir ed fo lder .
ess or to select the d esired t rack (ﬁle).
turning to the beginning of the current track ( ﬁ le):
ast back ward:
ess and hol d .
Advancing to the beginning of the next track (ﬁle):
ast fo rward:
ess and hol d .
o pa use playback , s pre s
essing BA ND/ / again will resume play back.
o eject the disc, press .
Do not remove a CD during i ts eject cycle. Do not load more than
one disc at a
time. A malfun ction may resu lt from doing either .
The “ DISC IN” indicator lights u p wh
en a disc is inser
Three-inch (8 cm) CDs cannot be used.
The CD-player can play discs containing audi o data, MP3 data,
and WMA data.
WMA format ﬁles tha t are pr otected by DRM (Dig ital Rights
The track display for MP 3/ WMA data playba ck is the ﬁle
numbers recorded on the disc.
The playback time m ay not be correc tly displayed wh en a VBR
ariable Bit R ate) recorded ﬁ le is pla yed back.
MP3/WMA Play Display
folder number and ﬁle nu mber will be disp layed as
scribed belo w.
Press VIEW to swi
tch the display. See “D
isplaying the T ext” for
tion about di splay switching.
ess 6( RPT) to repeatedly play back the current track.
RP T” indica tor lights up, and the tr ack (ﬁ le) will be
ed repe atedly .
6(RP T) again to ca ncel.
lder Repeat Play (MP3 /WMA )
ess and hold 6(R PT) for at lst 2 s ea e conds.
FO LDER” and “ RPT” indicato rs ap pear in t he
y , and only ﬁles in the current fo lder are re peatedly play ed
and hold 6(RPT) ag ain to ca ncel.
ning to Rad io
ess S OURC E/ to select RAD IO mode.
rep eat edly unt il the d esired radio
nd is di spla yed.
FM2 FM3 AM FM 1
ess or to tune ire n the desi d station .
and hold or for at lea st 0 .5 s econd s to seek
ting Stat ions Manua lly
lect the radi o band and tun e in a desired r adio
tati on y ou wi sh to s tore in the preset memory .
ess a nd hold, for at least 2 se conds, any one of the
eset buttons (1 th roug h 6) in to which you wish
store the st ation.
e selec ted station ed is stor .
The display show
s the band , preset numb er and station
A total of 24 sta tions can be stored in the preset memory (6 stations
for each band; FM1, F
M2, FM3 and AM).
If you store a sta tion in a pr eset m
emory which already
has a station,
the current station will be clea
red and replaced with the new station.
esetti ng Sta tions Au toma ticall y
peatedly unt t il he de sired rad io
isp s di l ayed.
ess a nd hold A.ME for at lst 2 se ea conds.
he fr eque ncy on the display c ontin ues to ch ange while the
ry is in progress. The tuner will
eek and store 6 str ong stat ions in t he
lected b and. They will be stor ed in to p res et butt ons 1 to 6
order osignal f streng th.
If no sta tions are stored, the tuner wi ll return to the or iginal sta tion
you were listening to before the auto memor
unin g to Pres et St ation s
repeat edly unt il the desi red ba nd
ess any one of the st ation pr eset buttons
th rough 6) that h as your desi red ra dio stati on in
he display shows the ba nd, preset number an d fr equ ency
t stat he ion selec ted.
(1 through 6)
may result in malfunc
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u rni ng Power On and Off
ss rn SO to tu URCE/ on the un it.
The ﬁrst time power is turne d on, the volume will start from level 18.
ss and hold S for at least 2 OURCE/ sec onds to
turn off the u
etaching and Atta ching the Front Panel
u rn off t he unit power.
ess at (Rel ease) the upp er right side unt il the
ont panel pops out.
Grasp the ri
ght si de of t he fr ont pa ned p l an ul l it out.
The front panel may become hot in normal usage (esp ecia lly the
inals on the back of the front panel). This is not a
T o protect the front panel, place it i n the supplied carr ying case.
When detaching the f r ont pan el, do not apply excessi ve force as it
sert th eft le side of tpa he front nel into th e main
it. Agn li th e groove on th e fron t pan el with the
ecti ons on the main unit.
Push the ri
ght side of the front panel unt il it locks
rmly io t nt he main unit.
Before attaching the front panel, make sure that there is no dirt or
dust on the conne
ctor terminals and no foreign object between t he
front panel and the main unit.
Attach the fr ont panel carefully, ho lding the sides of the front panel to
buttons by mistake.
ing Volum e
urn the R otar y enco der unti l the desired sou nd is
ing Vo lume : 0 ~ 40
ess a nd hold VI EW for at least 2 sec onds.
he ho ur indicat ion will blink.
ess or to adjust the hours whil e the
me in dication is b linki ng.
When the ho
ur has been ad justed, pre ss VIEW.
he Mi nute in dication wi ll bl ink.
ess or to adjust the minut es while the
me in dication is b linki ng.
When the m
inute has been adju sted, pre ss V IEW .
he sett ing time mo de is com plet ed.
or to change numbers rapidly.
with Remo te Control
un it can be cont roth lled wi an optiona l Alpi ne
mote control . d For etail s, consult your Alpi ne d ealer .
nt the opti onal re mote control transmi tter at the
mote-control sensor .
mote cont ron l se sor
NOT OPER A TE ANY FUNCTION TH AT T AKE S YOUR
TTENTION A WA Y FROM SA FEL Y DRIVI NG YOUR VEHICLE.
Any function that requires your prolonged
attention should only be
ter coming to a co mplete st op. Always sto pth e ve hicle
safe lo cation bef ore performing th ese fun ctions. Failure to do
may resu lt in an accide n t.
KEEP THE VOLUME AT A LEVEL WHERE YOU CAN STILL
AR OUTSI DE NOISES WHILE DRIV ING.
ive v olume lev els that ob scure sou nds such as emer gency
cle sirens or road warn ing sig n als (tr ain crossings, etc.) can be
angerous and m ay r esult in an accident. LIS TENING A T LOUD
LUME LEVELS IN A CAR MA Y ALSO CAUSE HEA RING
IMIZE DISPL A Y VI EWI NG WHILE DRIVI NG.
iewing the display m ay distract the driver from looking ah ead of
cle and cause an accid ent.
NOT DISA SSEMBLE OR AL TER .
Doing so m
ay r esul t in an accid en ﬁre or t, electric sho ck.
E ON L Y IN CA RS WITH A 12 VOL T NEGATIVE GROUND.
(Check with your
dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may
result in ﬁre, etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE
ACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in
serious injury. If swallowed,
nsult a physic ian im medi ately .
E TH E CORREC T AMPER E RATING WH EN REP LAC ING
Failure to do so may result
in ﬁre or electric shock.
NOT BLOCK VENTS OR RADIATOR P A NE LS.
Doing so may cause heat
to build up inside and may r esult in ﬁre.
E THIS PRODUCT FOR MOBILE 12V APPLIC ATIONS .
Use for other th
an its designed application may result in ﬁre,
electric shock or other
NOT PLA CE HANDS, FINGERS OR FOREIGN OBJE C TS IN
RTION SLOTS OR GAPS .
Doing so may result
in personal injury or damage to the pro duct.
L T USE IMMEDIA TEL Y IF A PROBLEM APPEARS.
Failure to do so may cause pers
onal injury or damag e to the
product. Return it to
your authori zed A l pine d ealer or the nearest
ne Servi ce Cent re for repairing.
Use a soft dry cloth for
periodic cleaning of the product . For more
ere st ains, pl ease d amp en the cloth with w ater only. Anyt hing
has the chance of dissol vin gpai the nt or da magng i the plastic .
e mper ature
sure the temperatueh re inside the v icle ibe s tween +55°C
(+131°F) and –10
°C (+14°F) before turning your unit on.
ou may notice CD the playbac k so und wavering due to
. If this happ ens, rem ov e the disc from the playe r and
wait about an hour for
the moisture to evaporate.
Do not at
tempt to play cracked , rped wa , or dama ged discsy . Pla ing
bad disc could seve rely dama ge the pl ayback m echan ism.
If you have problems
, do not attem pt to repair the un it yourself.
urn it to your ea Alpine d ler or the nea res t Alpine Se rvice
tion for se rvi c ing.
This symbol means important
ilure to heed th em can r esult in serious inj ury
symbol means impo rtant instruct ions.
ilure to heed them can r esult in injury or
ial prope rty damage.
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OWNER ’S MANU AL
Please read before using this equipment.
recorded under unstab
le conditions, CDs on w hich a recording
ed or a re-r ecording was at temp ted, copy-prot ected CDs
which do not confor
m to the audio CD i ndustry standard.
U se di scs wi th MP3/ WMA ﬁ les written in a format
compatible with th
is unit. For details, see “About MP3/WMA”.
ROM data other than audio ﬁles contained i n a disc w ill not
uce so und when pla yed back .
Protecting the USB connection term
Only a USB memo ry can be conn ected to the USB conn ection
terminal on this uni
t. Correct performan ce using other USB
odu cts can not be gu aran teedA USB h . ub is not sup por ted.
Do not connect a USB memory over 20 mm wide. Also, avoid
connecting USB mem
ory and Front Aux at the same time.
If a USB de vi ce is in sert ed in the unit, it proj ects out and may be
danger while driv ing. Use a comm erci ally avai lable USB
dard exte nsion cab le, an dnnec co t it in a safe wa y.
De p ending on the co nnect ed U
SB memory devi
ce, the unit m ay
not function or som
e functions may not be performed.
The audio ﬁle format th at can be pl ayed b ack on the uni t is
A rtist/ song nam e, etc., can be displ ayed, however characters
may not be correctly di
to something other than USB, then rem ove the
ce to prevent po ssible damage to its memor y .
W indows M edia and the Windows logo are trademarks , or
gi stered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
ates and /or other cou ntries .
“MPEG Layer-3 audio coding te chnology licensed from
raunhofer IIS and Thomson. ”
“S upply of th is prod uct on ly conv eys a license for priate v ,
comm ercial use and does not conv ey a licen se nor imply
ri ght to use this product any in co mmerci al (i.e. re venue-
rareal tion) time broadc asting (terres trial,sate ll ite, cable
and/or any other media
) , broadcasting/streami ng via internet,
or other netw orks or in ot her electronic content
bution systems , such as pay -audioon or audio- -dem and
applications. An i
ndependent license for su ch use is required.
or details , please visit http:/ /www. mp3licensing.com”
ling Compa ct Discs (C D/CD -R/CD -RW )
Do not touch the surf ace.
Do not expose the disc to d irect sunlight.
Do not afﬁx stickers or labels.
C lean the disc when it is du sty .
Make sure th at there are no bumps around the disc.
Do not use comm erciall y av ailable di sc accessori es.
not leave the disc in the car or the uni t for a lo ng ti me. Ne ver
disc to di rect su nlight. Heat and humidity may damage
the CD and you may no
t be able to play it again.
o custome rs using CD-R/CD-RW
If a CD-R/C D-RW can not be pl ayed b ack, make sure the l ast
ecord ing session was closed (ﬁ nali zed).
F inali ze the CD-R/CD-RW if n eces sary , and attempt pl ayback
About media that can be played
Use only comp
act di scs with the la bel side showing the CD logo
If you u
se un speciﬁed comp act di scs, corr ect perf ormance cannot
ou can pl ay CD-Rs (C D-Recordab les)/CD-RWs (CD-
Writables) whic h have been recorde d only ondi au o devices .
ou can al so play CD -R s/CD -RWs containing MP3/WMA
ted audio ﬁ les.
Some of the following CD s may not play on th is unit:
awed CDs, CDs with ﬁngerpri nts , CDs exposed to extreme
temperatures or sunli
ght (e.g., left in the car or this unit), CD s
Han dling USB Memory
T o prevent malfunction or damage, note th e following points.
USB the me mory Ow ne r’ s Manu al tho roughly .
Do not touch the ter
minals by hand or metal.
Do not subject U
SB memory to exce ssive shock.
Do not bend
, drop , disassemb le, modify or soak in the water .
A vo id usage or storage in the fo llowing l o catio ns:
Anywhere in the car exposed to direct
sunlight or high
Anywhere the possibility o
f high humidity or corrosive
bstan ces are pr esent.
Fix the USB mem ory in a lo cation wh ere driver opera tio
not be hindered.
USB memory may not function cor
rectly at high or low temperature
The USB ﬂash memory supports
a maximum of 4 GB per partition.
The unit recognizes only one par
Use only certiﬁed USB me
mory . Note that eve n certiﬁed USB
, may not functi on corre ctly de pendi ng on its typ e or state.
USB memory function is not guar anteed. Use USB memory
rdin g to the terms of agree ment .
Depending on the settings of the USB m emory type , memor y
state or encoding software, the
unit may not play back or display
A ﬁle th at is copy-prot ected (copyrig ht protect ion) cannot be
yed back .
take t ime to start pl ayback. If there i s a
particular ﬁle other than audio
in the USB memory, it may take
derab le time before the le ﬁ is pla yed back or searched .
The unit can pl ay back “m p3”, “wm a” or “m4 a” ﬁle exte nsions.
not add th e ab o ve ext ens ions to a ﬁ le othe r than au dio data .
is n on- audio dat a wi ll no t be r eco gnis ed. Th e re sultin g play back
ay cont ain noise th at can dama ge sp eakers and/o r am pl iﬁer s.
rec omme nded to back up i mportant data on a pers onal c omputer.
Do not remove the USB devi ce wh ile pl ayback is in prog ress.
Alpine accepts n
o responsibi lity for lost data, etc., even if data, etc.
is lost while using
Never Attempt the Following
Do not grip
or pull out the disc while it is being pulled back into the
ayer by the automatic reload ing m echan ism.
Do not attempt
to insert a disc into the unit when the u nit power is
our pl ayer accepts on ly one di sc at a ti me for pl ayback. Do not
attempt to load mo
re than one disc.
Make sure the label si
de is facing up when you insert the disc.
lay ing a di sc while driving on a very bumpy road may result in
skips, but this will no
t scratch the disc or damage the player.
o p revent the CD from ja mming, the LCD is displayed as error if
scs wi th irregu lar surf aces are ins erted or if d i scs are in serted
corr ectly . Wh en a n ew disc is ej ected i mme diately afte r ini tial
ng, use your ﬁnger to f eel around the insid e of the centre hole
outsi de edge of t he disc. If you feel any small bumps or
, this could in hibit proper loadi ng of the disc. T o
ove the bumps, rub the inside edge of the hole and outside edge
disc with a ballpoint pen or other such instrume
nt, then insert
Irregular Shaped Discs
Be sure to use round shape
discs only for thi s unit and never use
speci al sh ape discs.
of sp ecial shape di s cs m ay cause dama ge to the mec hanis m.
Make sure this unit will not
be installed in a locati on subjected to:
Dir ect sun and heat
High humidity and water
Ex cessive dust
Ex cessive vibrat ions
Do not drop the di
sc while handling . Hol d the disc so you w ill not
ave ﬁngerprin ts on the su rface. Do not afﬁx ta pe, pa peror ,
gummed labels to t
he disc. Do not write o n the disc.
erprin tsst, , du or soi l on the surf ace of the di sc could cause the
player to skip.ne For routi clean ing, wi pe tace he playing surf
th a clean, sof t cloth from the centre of th e disc to the ou ter edge.
the surf ace is heavily soil ed, da mpen a clean , soft cloth in a
solution of mild
neutral detergent before clean ing the disc.
are vari ous accessories availa ble on the mark et for protect ing
sc surf ace and improvi ng sound qual ity . However , mo st of
em will inﬂ uence the thic kness an d/or diame ter of the disc. Usi ng
accessories ca n ca use the disc to be ou t of stand ard
ﬁca tio ns an d may crea te operatio nprob al lems. W e
ecomm end not usin g these accessori es on di scs pl ayed in Alpi ne
NCO RRECT CORRECT
r ansp arent Sheet D isc Stabi lizer
(Ran dom Play )
ss mo 4( M.I.X.) in the p lay de.
M.I.X.” indicator lights up, and the track s (ﬁles) on the
sc wil l be pla yed ba ck rand in om sequ enc e .
4 (M. I.X.) again to canc el.
er M. I.X. (R andom Play) (MP3 /
ss and hold for at le 4(M.I.X.) ast 2 se conds.
he “ FO LDER” and “ M.I.X.” indicat ors appe ar in the
splay , and all ﬁ les in the curr enfolder are t played back in
ss and ho ld 4(M.I.X.) ag ain to ca ncel.
ning Program s
ss 5( SCAN) to activate the scan mode .
he ﬁrst 10 s eco nds of each tr ack (ﬁl e) will be play ed back in
ss 5( SCAN) ag ain to c ancel.
er Sc annin g Programs (MP 3/WMA)
ss and hold 5(S C AN) for at least 2 se conds.
From the next fo
lder , t he ﬁrs t 10 sec onds of tr he ﬁ st ﬁle in ea ch
lder is play ed bac k in se que nce.
ss and ho ld 5(SCAN) aga in to can cel.
3, whose of ﬁcial name is “MPE G-1 Audio Layer 3,” is a
pres sion stan dard pr escribed by the ISO, the International
andardizati on Organization and MPE G which is a joint activity
itution of the IEC.
les contain compr essed aud io da ta. MP3 encoding i s
pable of com pressing tios, aud io da ta at extr emely high ra
ucing the size of music ﬁles to as much as one- tenth their
iginal size. Th is is ach ieved whe il still mai ntai ning near CD
ual ity . Theession MPfo 3 rmat rea lies s such hi gh com pr rat ios
inating the sounds that are either i naudib le to the human
A, or “Wind ows Media™ Audi o,” is compr essed aud io data.
WMA is si
mil ar to MP 3 aud io da ta and can achi eve CD quality
ound wi th sma ll ﬁle sizes.
thod for creating MP3/WMA ﬁ les
ata is compr essed using s oftware with MP 3/WMA
decs. For d etails on cr eating MP 3/WMA ﬁles, r efer to the
manual for that softwar e.
3/WMA ﬁl es that are playabl e on this d evi ce have the
le extens ions “m p3” / “wm a” Fil es wi th no ex tensi on
be pl ayed b ack (W MA ver . 7-9 are suppor ted). Pr otected
not suppor ted.
Except for priva
te use, duplicating aud io data (includ ing
MP3/WMA data) or
distributing, transferring, or copying it,
whether for free or for a fee, with
out permission o f the copyright
holder is strict
ly prohib ited by the Copyright Act an d by
ing the T e xt
ext information, suc h as the disc name and the track name, w ill be
displayed if pl
aying a CD text compatibl e disc. It is also p ossible to
display the folder
name, the ﬁle name and the tag, etc. , wh ile playing
ss VI EW .
will cha nge ever y time the button is pressed.
T o scro ll text, press 3(SCROLL).
The display in Radio mode:
CLOCK FREQ UE NCY
The display in CD mode:
NO./ ELA PSED TI ME AM TEXT ( DISC N E)
CLOCK TRACK N O./E LAPSED TIME
The display in
DER NO./ FIL E NO. ER ELAPSED TIME FOLD NAME
FILE NAME ALBUM NAME
SON G NAM E
OCK FOL DER N O./FILE NO.
The display in AUX mode:
IN CLO CK AU X IN
g playback of a disc w ith CD text.
If an MP3/
WMA ﬁle contains ID3 tag/ WMA tag informa tion,
the ID3 tag/WMA
tag information is displ ayed (e.g., song name,
artist name, and album na
me). All other tag dat a is ignored.
out “T ext”
e xt comp atible CDs contain text in form ati on s uch as the disc
an d track name. Such text in form ati on is re ferred to as
Some characters may not be di splayed correc tly w ith this device,
depending on the
“NO TEXT” is displ ayed if text information ca nnot be displayed o n
The text or tag information may not be correc tly displayed,
depending on the
ess VIEW r epe atedly until the ti me is di spl ay. ed
ch pres s cha nges the displa y.
details, see “Displaying the T ex t”.
Selecting any radio or CD function wh ile i n the clock priority mode
ll interrupt the time display moment ar ily . The func tion selected
ll be displayed for a bout 5 seconds before the time returns to the
g the Fro nt AUX Input T e rminal
Connect a portab
le music player, etc. by s imply connect ing it to the
input on the front panel. An optional adapter cable is requir
RCA to 3.5ø mini-ph
ono plug or 3.5ø to 3.5ø mini phon o plug).
ess Sand select the A O URCE/ , UX mode to listen to
portable device .
Displayed only wh
en a disc has b een inserted.
when USB memory is connected.
le player , etc.
tion al adap ter cab le (RCA pin
[red, white] 3.5ø miniplug s)
or (3.5ø miniplug
CDE-110UB does not support WMA.
CDE-110UB does not support WMA.
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*CDE-110UB does not support WMA